Marvel: special and new for the 80th anniversary
Marvel Comics announced at New York Comic con, a series of one-shots that will celebrate the 80th anniversary of the publishing house.
Were announced at the meeting with the retailers in the panel New York Comic con Diamond, the books for the anniversary include: Invaders of the writer Chip Zdarsky and artist Carlos Magno and Butch Guice; Marvel Comics Presents writers Charles Soule, Ann Nocenti and Greg Pak and artist Paulo Siqueira and others to be announced; as well as Crypt of Shadows of Al Ewing and Garry Brown, War Is Hell, Howard Chaykin and Philip Kennedy, Johnson, Journey Into Unknown Worlds, Ziggy Pig Silly Seal, Love, Romance, and Gunhawks. Of these the last special you don't know the creative teams, but will come out in February.
The books will be available starting in January.
The new series of the Invaders, written by Chip Zdarsky and drawn by Carlos Magno and Butch Guice take you away from the future relaunch of the Defenders of Al Ewing and it will link to the narrative arc currently underway on Avengers, Jason Aaron. Marvel may be the protagonist, and the narrative will develop between the present and the past.
Marvel Comics Presents is an anthology that will present three separate stories starring Wolverine, Captain America, and Marvel.
The story of the Wolverine will take place in the ’40s, While the story of Captain America will see the place in the present. Finally, Marvel will be involved in a story not yet told, with the protagonist an atomic bomb.
The list of creators to work on Marvel Comics Presents includes Charles Soule, Greg Pak, Ann Nocenti, Tomm Coker and Paulo Siqueira. The cover of the first issue is illustrated by Arthur Adams.
The first volume of the anthology Marvel Comics Presents was originally published every two weeks between 1988 and 1995, the second volume was published between 2007 and 2008. The series will starring those characters of the C series which often do not find space elsewhere with the stories and individuals, with the numbers that will also contain four stories to eight pages. One of the stories most worthy of note are presented in this anthology we find in the numbers 72-84. Written and illustrated by Barry Windsor-Smith “Weapon X” has revealed for the first time the origin of Wolverine.
From the creative team of Charles Soule, Greg Pak, Ann Nocenti, Tomm Coker and Paulo Siqueira with the covers by Arthur Adams, Marvel Comics Presents will be on sale from January 2019.
In addition, it appears that they are transposing some of the classic Marvel in 3D version. Among these there is a story of war by Chris Claremont and Jim Lee. Let's start with Uncanny 3D X-Men #1.
Wednesday, on the back cover of the Marvel Universe Magazine, was also shown a teaser of Age of X-Man, what will most likely be the second story arc of the Uncanny X-Men after the end of Disassembled. Age of X-Man: Alpha #1 kicks off new story arc and will be signed by Zac Thompson, Lonnie Nadler and Ramon Rosanas.
Already by the advances of December we could see the introduction of this enigmatic X-Man, now comes the confirmation. The character is named Nate Grey, aka X-Man, the son, created in the tube from the Left, Cyclops and Jean Grey from an alternate universe known as the age of Apocalypse, survived the collapse of his world to find themselves in the Marvel Universe with classic. X-Man is a mutant-level Omega, and probably the one with the psychic abilities more powerful than ever.
With regard to the Guardians of the Galaxy, writer Donny Cates, who is working on the relaunch of the head together with his friend, Geoff Shaw , has revealed the first member of the new team galactic: the Ghost Rider Cosmic. Pretty obvious seen as the character has been welcomed by the american readers, and how soon was launched a mini-series dedicated to the character is still in progress.
Marvel has announced the special Web of Venom: Venom Unleashed, linked to the main series of Donny Cates, but with the lyrics of its designer, Ryan Stegman, and drawn by Kyle Hotz.
In closing, after the announcement of the new series about Carol Danvers, Captain Marvel, comes a new for February: a mysterious new project dedicated to the alien shape-shifting Skrull, which will appear in the film, Captain Marvel, starring Brie Larson in March.
The announcement was accompanied by several classic images of Jack Kirby and some of the pages of the comic books of Secret Invasion as the Secret Invasion: Skrull Kill Krew.
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