A supernatural showdown. An agent down. Supernatural threats give rise to a sinister new scientific enemy. A thrilling Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Season Four Winter Finale meant mysterious exits and a shocking twist.
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The first half of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.season four was fueled by Ghost Riders, vengeful spirits, attracted agents in love, possessed agents in ghostly, ghastly torment, a stunning LMD and the quest for one of the most sinister artifacts from Marvel Comics supernatural canon.
Supernatural and science collided in a fast-paced thrilling first half. Quake went rogue and joined Robbie Reyes (Gabriel Luna) on the road to vengeance. Coulson lost his Director job in his quest for find his lost agent. The obsession for the Darkhold took hold of renegade scientists.
ResurrXion marks a rebirth for the X-Men books in 2017.
Marvel announced new titles starring Iceman, Jean Grey, Cable, Weapon X, Generation X and two flagship books: X-Men Gold, X-Men Blue.
If the news has your feeling nostalgic for more ’90’s excitement we’re with you. After all Blue and Gold teams were the stars of the first X-Men #1 by the legendary team of Chris Claremont and Jim Lee and Uncanny X-Men #281 by Claremont and Whilce Portacio.
As the mutants experience a rebirth next year, we can’t help but hope for a return of more mutants, books and teams. Here are our more ResurrXion X-books for your consideration:
FX sets the date for the premiere of Legion as the X-Men franchise evolves.
Marvel announced the launch details and new trailer.
Legion is the new drama series from Noah Hawley (Fargo on FX) and the powers of Fox’s X-Men film franchise teaming up with Marvel Studios. Legion will premiere on FX on Wednesday, February 8 at 10 pm. Hawley serves as Executive Producer, along with Lauren Shuler Donner, Bryan Singer, Simon Kinberg, Jeph Loeb, Jim Chory and John Cameron.
After 41 years, Zanadu Comics is in jeopardy. Old school brick and mortar comic book shops like this Seattle icon are essential elements of the comics industry. After years of fighting in a changing business, a number of financial factors including forced relocation are hitting this store hard all at once.
An all-star team launches a new beginning for X-O Manowar.
Valiant announced via Entertainment Weekly the all-new X-O MANOWAR #1 a new series from writer Matt Kindt (Divinity, Ninjak, Mind MGMT) and an all-star cast of artists including Tomas Giorello (4001 A.D.: War Mother, Bloodshot Reborn), Doug Braithwaite (Armor Hunters, Bloodshot U.S.A.), Clayton Crain (Rai, Carnage), Ryan Bodenheim, and Mico Suayan (Bloodshot Reborn) – that together will span the series’ first year in 2017 and beyond. Continue reading X-O MANOWAR 2017 All-Star Relaunch
Powerhouse women dominate the first new comic book picks of December! From classic television heroes to a new Star Wars rogue and a brand new anti-hero from a fan-favorite creative team. Start your engines!