It’s s six month backlog, which is a little bothersome when it comes to events making the news like Civil War II and the like, but on the other hand, it allows you to read EVERY crossover title (if you are so inclined).
I am very unhappy to hear that Marvel is doing this. I love my codes getting me digital copies of all my comics, I don’t want to get instead whatever Marvel wants to sell me this month.
Man, Doc Doom is really bad at connect-four. Reed had two winners lined up, and Doom didn’t block either one.
Right there’s a guy who is very, very glad he wasn’t driving with his windows down.
To be fair, they don’t really need NASA’s help, they’ve gotten pretty far “borrowing” other people’s ships.
Perfect as that panel would be at almost any point in history, didn’t Peter have a really good job at Horizon Labs at the time? There’s not a lot of leeway either, because the Spidey in the Avengers was definitely of the Superior variety a few issues later, which places this almost immediately prior to the switcheroo.
Pretty much the only credit I give to DC for the whole New 52 mess is Snyder’s run on Batman, and the way they handled the reintegrated Vertigo properties like Animal Man, Swamp Thing, and (to an extent) Justice League Dark.
So now that they’ve introduced John Constantine to the Arrowverse, who wants to see them do a Swamp Thing TV show? Hell if they get it right, it’d be one of the weirdest things on TV, especially if they brought up the Rite of Spring.
Just looking now, but I am glad that Spider-Girl is popping up in some form!
also it’s worth noting that trade paperbacks and collection are usually cheaper than buying single issues. depending on the comic and how new it is it can be a few dollars or a $50 difference in price. so if you want to save some money consider getting trade paperbacks and collections.
As someone who’s moved 12 long boxes from place to place over two decades, physical comics can be a chore. While I’m old enough to feel like a sucker paying cover price for a digital comic, I love Marvel Unlimited. Whether I’m catching up with modern story lines, or keeping valuable back issues from being handled,…
I'm pretty sure I remember Fitz calling Skye's genetics "inhuman" shortly after she was changed, but I don't remember it well enough to be sure that it wasn't a promo.
Of course the New 52 didn't "wipe away" the previous stories. You can still read and enjoy them, right?
Am I the only one who wants to see a moratorium on all big events? I think the whole comics industry could take a cue from Swamp Thing and the recent Daredevil and Hawkeye runs which have had episodic, contained, emotionally gripping stories that don't try to do anymore than that. I of course realize that big events…
I was actually fairly bummed that this wasn't the way it was in the film.
I was severely disappointed when the was left uncensored. Of course, that would also require Nova Corps to have a database of human obscenities...
There's even precedent for this; 3PO telling the Ewoks a cut down version of the events from the start of Episode IV to that point in Jedi. The ide that, after the events of Jedi, Luke discovers that his father built 3PO and that 3PO and R2 were either witness or party to some of the most important moments in Galactic…