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First Look – Fantastic Four: 4 Yancy Street #1

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Last year, Marvel introduced the wildly popular Web of Venom series – a series of quarterly specials featuring new and exciting stories about the deadly symbiote that included some of the industry’s best talent. This August, Marvel invites you to once again explore new stories, exciting adventures, and thrilling surprises with a series of stories featuring Invisible Woman, The Thing, Human Torch, and Mr. Fantastic, all set within the continuity of the current Fantastic Four series!

The Fantastic Four have made their home on Yancy Street, but their arrival doesn’t exactly make their neighbors happy. To make matters worse, when our heroes start to investigate a nasty piece of vandalism, The Thing is forced to relive painful memories of his Yancy Street tormentors…and if that’s not enough, danger lurks in every corner with the arrival of The Terrible Trio!

Fantastic Four: 4 Yancy Street #1

Written by Gerry Duggan
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Marvel announces new series Fantastic Four: Yancy Street

Marvel has announced the upcoming launch of a brand new series Fantastic Four: Fancy Street, which will feature thrilling stories and exciting adventure featuring the Invisible Woman, The Thing, Human Torch, and Mr. Fantastic, all set within the continuity of the current Fantastic Four series.

“Last fall, Greg Smallwood and I got to take a big swing at Dr. Strange in ‘The Best Defense’ and now we’re re-teaming to scratch our Fantastic Four itches,” teased Gerry Duggan. “We’re exploring some of the ripples created by their move to Yancy Street, and some classic Jack & Stan villains are invited, too. It’s an oversized love letter to Marvel’s first family, just in time for Marvel’s eightieth birthday.”

The Fantastic Four have made their home on Yancy Street, but their arrival doesn’t exactly make their neighbors happy. To make matters worse, when our heroes start to investigate a nasty piece of vandalism,
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Infinity Countdown Continues the Strange Saga of Ultron Pym

Spoiler Warning: This article contains major spoilers for Infinity Countdown Prime #1 by Gerry Duggan, Mike Deodato Jr., Frank Martin and Cory Petit, on sale now.

Things for Hank Pym have never been all that great. From his contentious turn as a domestic abuser back in the ’80s to his often self-destructive grabs for glory and respect from his fellow Avengers, it really seems like Hank just can’t win.
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Infinity Stones: A C-List Daredevil Villain Has the Mind Stone

Spoiler Warning: This article contains major spoilers for Infinity Countdown Prime #1 by Gerry Duggan, Mike Deodato Jr., Frank Martin and Cory Petit, on sale now.

The Infinity Stones are back in a major way throughout the Marvel Universe, which means every hero, villain, cosmic being and god is in search of them. Slowly but surely, the Stones have begun to materialize; the newly-resurrected Wolverine has the Space Stone, Guardians of the Galaxy’s Drax is guarding the massive Power Stone, and Captain Marvel just returned from another dimension with the Reality Stone.
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‘Infinity Countdown: Adam Warlock #1′ Review

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Written by Gerry Duggan | Art by Michael Allred

Gerry Duggan has quietly been reshaping the Marvel cosmic universe into its past glory. Back when series like Annihilation, Nova, and Guardians of the Galaxy where some of the best books in comics. Marvel must have noticed the success he was having as they have given him the reigns to their next big event and the buildup is already underway. The term event can be a dirty word in comics as the industry has burn many bridges due to over saturation. Despite those past failings Infinity Countdown brings with it some promise. If this issue is any indication of what we are in store for this may actual live up to the hype if its namesake.

This is a true prologue issue solely designed to provide hints for what is to come. When you have a character like Kang the Conqueror though
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A Major Avengers Foe Is At the Heart of Infinity Countdown

Warning: This article contains Massive Spoilers for Infinity Countdown Prime #1 by Gerry Duggan and Mike Deodato Jr., in stores now.

In Gerry Duggan and Marcus To’s Guardians of the Galaxy #146, the first issue of the series as part of Marvel’s Legacy relaunch, the team of cosmic superheroes found a new ally in Scott Lang’s Ant-Man. The team then secretly joined the Nova Corps to help rebuild it, and in the process <a href="https://www.
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Start the clock for Marvel’s ‘Infinity Countdown’

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With a Crash and a Bang, the cosmic strike of the Countdown begins as the greatest epic in the history of the Infinity Stones explodes onto the pages of Infinity Countdown – and it’s a beginning so huge, it can only be told in one sweeping, mind-bending tale.

This March, Gerry Duggan (All-New Guardians of the Galaxy) and Aaron Kuder (All-New Guardians of the Galaxy) are bringing you a spectacular, huge Infinity tale that will lead to an even greater story – and one that will impact the entire Marvel Universe! The Infinity Stones, thought to be lost forever, have suddenly reappeared – bringing with them the ultimate power for good and evil. Three stones have fallen into the hands of the mightiest heroes in the galaxy… but where are the rest?

As the hunt for the stones begins, a new weapon of unimaginable power is being forged…and it’s a
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Marvel unveils new event Infinity Countdown

This March, Gerry Duggan (All-New Guardians of the Galaxy) and Aaron Kuder (All-New Guardians of the Galaxy) are bringing you a spectacular, huge Infinity tale that will lead to an even greater story – and one that will impact the entire Marvel Universe – with Infinity Countdown. Check out the cover artwork to Infinity Countdown Prime #1 and Infinity Countdown #1 (of 5) here…

“As we worked on the Infinity Stones’ story, it became clear the story was much bigger than we could contain in the Guardians of the Galaxy series,” said editor Jordan D. White. “It starts with the Guardians, but the story extends out into the entire Marvel Universe, with stones popping up in some Very surprising places. Countdown is the next step in the story…but as the name implies, it’s leading to something even greater.”

The Infinity Stones, thought to be lost forever, have suddenly reappeared — bringing with them the
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The Guardians Of The Galaxy Disassemble In Infinity Countdown

In recent years, Marvel’s big events have been somewhat reactionary to whatever may be going on in the movies, with Civil War II being a prime example of that. And with the theatrical release of Avengers: Infinity War being just around the corner, many True Believers were probably expecting for some sort of grand cosmic tale to develop. Well, if that was your assumption, then you were 100% correct.

As it turns out, it’ll come in the form of Infinity Countdown, a five-issue series which we’re learning about via the exact same hyberbole that preceded every Marvel event in the past decade or so. Being billed as “the greatest epic in the history of the Infinity Stones” that will “lead to an even greater story – and one that will impact the entire Marvel Universe.”

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Image announces new series Analog from Gerry Duggan and David O’Sullivan

At New York Comic Con, Image Comics has announced that bestselling writer Gerry Duggan and artist David O’Sullivan are teaming up for the all-new ongoing series Analog.

Analog is the future our society is failing to prepare for. The basic security of the internet crumbles after devastating attacks on the internet result in mass doxxing. People, corporations and governments are all affected and the world is changed overnight. Secrets once entrusted to encrypted emails are now printed on paper, put into briefcases and sent around the world in the hands of discreetly armed couriers. Jack McGinnis is a hard-drinking, hard headed former member of the Us intelligence community who now earns a living as a “ledger man”.

“David O’Sullivan is lushly rendering a world that is chaotic, beautiful and repulsive, sometimes on the same page,” said Duggan. “He and Jordie Bellaire are the perfect collaborators to leap over
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Adam Warlock returns to the Marvel Universe!

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Adam Warlock is returning to the galaxy…but the mystery surrounding his return remains. Is he here for the Infinity Stones? Has he come to take them back for himself? The Infinity Stone saga continues in Guardians of the Galaxy #150: The Return of Adam Warlock Part 1, written by Gerry Duggan with art by Marcus To & Aaron Kuder.

More information about Adam Warlock’s return will be revealed by Duggan at the Marvel Legacy: Next Big Thing Panel today during New York Comic Con.

Guardians Of The Galaxy #150: The Return Of Adam Warlock Part 1

Written by Gerry Duggan

Art by Aaron Kuder

Cover by Alex Ross
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Wade Wilson Is A Villain Again In The Despicable Deadpool

As Marvel fans will know, Deadpool was originally created by Rob Liefeld back in the 1990s as a parody of DC’s Deathstroke. Hence the almost identical names – Slade Wilson/Wade Wilson. As the Merc with the Mouth’s popularity grew over the years, though, the character left behind his darker traits and pretty much became a hero, even serving alongside the Avengers. That’s all about to change, though, in his latest solo series.

First, let’s recap the tumultuous journey Wade went through in the recent Secret Empire event. As a double agent for the good guys, Deadpool worked alongside HydraCap to uphold the corrupted hero’s fascist regime while still feeding info to the underground resistance. The turning point came when he killed Phil Coulson under Steve Rogers’ orders. In an attempt to prove he was still on their side, Wade gave S.H.I.E.L.
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The ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ get a new teammate!

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They’re earth’s mightiest heroes – in space, and beyond! And the Guardians are adding a new member to their team that will make them mightier, as one of Marvel’s best-loved heroes will make the biggest impact when he debuts in All-New Guardians of the Galaxy #12

The Guardians have been tasked with some wacky and big adventures while doing the Grandmaster’s bidding, which includes stealing from The Collector – and Star-Lord even accidentally destroyed one of his favorite mix-tapes. Now, as they prepare for their Legacy arc The Infinity Quest, they’ll have to team up with the group that has been on their tails – the Nova Corps – as well as one ex-Avenger if they want to keep the universe safe.

Who exactly is this Avenger? One of the five Marvel superstars on this cover should give you a hint…

All-new Guardians Of The Galaxy #12

Written by Gerry Duggan
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Panel Discussion #42

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Hello again, and welcome to the recently resurrected Panel Discussion. I’m Kieran, and every week I’m going to go through some of the best comics of the week to give you an idea what you should pick up that you might have missed. This is another stacked week with some fantastic first issues and great jumping on points for books you might be behind on, so let’s take a look at what’s on offer.

In terms of big debuts, this week’s runaway hit is Kyle Starks and Gabo’s Dead of Winter #1 from Oni Press. Now, I have absolutely no idea about the franchise this is based on, I believe it’s a board game? However, this debut issue gives you everything you need to know which is namely 1) There are zombies and 2) There’s a dog that really hates zombies. I think we all
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Marvel unveils America, Despicable Deadpool, Invincible Iron Man, Defenders and All-New Wolverine Legacy covers and creative teams

A couple of days ago we brought you a first look at Marvel Legacy’s Falcon, The Incredible Hulk and X-Men Gold and Blue titles [see here], and now we’ve got cover artwork and details on the creative teams and renumbering for America, Despicable Deadpool, Invincible Iron Man, Defenders and All-New Wolverine; check them out here…

Merica #8: Exterminatrix Part 1

Written by Gabby Rivera

Art by Joe Quinones

Despicable Deadpool #287: Deadpool Kills Cable Part 1

Written by Gerry Duggan

Art by Scott Koblish

Invincible Iron Man: The Search For Tony Stark Part 1

Written by Brian Michael Bendis

Art by Stefano Caselli

Defenders #6: Kingpins Of New York Part 1

Written by Brian Michael Bendis

Art by David Marquez

All-new Wolverine #25

Written by Tom Taylor

Art by Juann Cabal

Expect more announcements over the coming weeks ahead of the Marvel Legacy launch in the fall.
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‘Deadpool #32′ & ‘Generation X #3′ Review

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Deadpool #32

Written by Gerry Duggan | Art by Matteo Lolli | Published by Marvel Comics

Who would have thought the character that would benefit the most from Secret Empire would be the merc with a mouth Deadpool? After the last issue, Gerry Duggan showed that Wade Wilson was more than random reference humor and breaking the fourth wall. When the time is right he can actually give us a story with some feeling behind it.

Now with Hydra in full America take over mode Deadpool has found himself still on the side of his hero Captain America Steve Rogers, although he is having his doubts. This is demonstrated in his unwillingness to spout out Hydra’s most infamous rallying cry. Rogers has slated Deadpool as the man to take out those who have failed to fall in line. This time his focus is on everyone’s favorite New Warrior, Speedball.

Last time
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‘All-New Guardians of the Galaxy #3′ Review

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Written by Gerry Duggan | Art by Frazer Irving | Published by Marvel Comics

After two issues of stirring adventure issue number three of All-New Guardians of the Galaxy goes in an entirely different direction. It is the type of issue that will catch many of guard with the drastic change in tone and story. What we have is one gigantic dream sequence with little lead in to what exactly is happening. Gerry Duggan is getting these characters back to their roots and making them more than a long combination of jokes and gags. Considering how close this is to the release of the most recent film it is surprising Marvel is giving him so much freedom. Here’s hoping he turns it into something special.

Most of this issue surrounds the character of Gamora as we get a brief rehash of her origin that leads into her current dreamlike state, and
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Spider-Man/Deadpool Vol. 2: Side Pieces Review

This review is based off a volume that collects Spider-Man/Deadpool #6-7, 11-12 and 1.Mu.

As enjoyable as books chronicling the adventures of the Justice League or Avengers may be, they often don’t get to explore the interpersonal relationships shared between specific superheroes as often as we’d like. But, when you pare it down to two, you’re given a much different kind of team-up comic. Personally, I enjoy seeing the best buddy dynamic offered whenever Batman and Superman join forces or, likewise, whenever the Flash and Green Lantern go back to back. On the other hand, I also get a kick out of the veritable powder keg that is Daredevil and Punisher.

The focus of today’s review, though, Spider-Man/Deadpool, may be in a class of its own. You’ve got a do-gooder in Peter Parker and a mercenary in Wade Wilson, so, logically, they shouldn’t get along.
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‘Deadpool #31′ Review

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Written by Gerry Duggan | Art by Matteo Lolli | Published by Marvel Comics

Way back when Steve Rogers was killed at the end of Civil War (Spoiler!) Marvel used that moment to showcase just how important of a character he was to the universe. They took the time to show just how many characters were greatly impacted by his death and why his downfall was so shocking. Now with Secret Empire they are taking that same idea but expanded upon it in some interesting ways.

With Deadpool #31 we see two different ways idolization impacts characters. On one side we have Deadpool, who has long admired Steve Rogers and Captain America specifically. He has long been searching for his acceptance and now that he has it he is finding he is unable to let it go no matter where Rogers’s loyalty lies. On the other side of the spectrum is Phil
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‘All–New Guardians of the Galaxy #2′ Review

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Written by Gerry Dugan | Art by Aaron Kuder | Published by Marvel Comics

All–New Guardians of the Galaxy has a lot working against it immediately. For one the ‘All New’ tagline has greatly been overused by Marvel and for that matter so have the Guardians of the Galaxy. While it is understandable they would want to cash in one on of the biggest blockbusters of all time they milked that cow a little too much with so many crossovers and solo series. Brian Michael Bendis’s run left a lot to be desire so many are automatically overlooking this series just out of spite. If you are a fan of the Guardians I implore you to pick this up because this book is better than it’s been in years.

Writer Gerry Duggan made a smart choice of breaking the narrative down to its simplest form. These two issues so
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