Saturday, December 1, 2012

Marvel comics murder

  • Marvel Comics Glass Murder: Erik Jensen Allegedly Stabbed Cousin To Death ...

    A bizarre and tragic scene unfolded on Chicago's northwest side when a man allegedly stabbed his own cousin to death with a pair of scissors--all over a broken Marvel Comics collector glass. Erik Jensen, 45, who faces first-degree murder charges ...

  • Hopeless Battles To The Death In "Avengers Arena"

    This week, Marvel Comics continues its push for Marvel NOW! in a series of press conference calls with the publisher's top creators responsible for the upcoming major relaunches and new titles for the initiative.

  • A slew of new Marvel titles highlight a roundup of recent comics

    Hopefully Marvel won't stretch the writer too thin, because with two X-books, Guardians Of The Galaxy, Ultimate Comics Spider-Man, and the relaunched Powers all slated for the next few months, Bendis has a lot on his plate… After turning Daredevil ...

  • The Weekly Round-Up #154 with Punk Rock Jesus, The Walking Dead, Death of ...

    Image Comics does it again, with a strong debut for new series Great Pacific. This comic stars Chas Worthington, the scion of a gigantic American energy company.

  • Bendis Looks Back on His Term as the "Avengers" Assemblyman

    In 2004, Bendis was an established indy comic creator who had been making a name for himself at Marvel on titles like "Ultimate Spider-Man" and "Daredevil" when he was invited to one of the first Marvel publishing retreats of then Editor In Chief Joe ...

  • Nathan Fillion References Josh Whedon's Firefly On Castle

    In the preview clip below, Richard Castle, who is played by Nathan Fillion, is shown signing copies of his Storm Season graphic novel by Marvel Comics. After taking a stroll with Kate Beckett around the convention floor, they come upon a display booth ...

  • Deathstroke Terminates In Latest 'Injustice: Gods Among Us' Trailer [Video]

    Justice Leaguers like Superman, Batman and the Flash wouldn't fight their friends to the death, right? For bad guys and gals like the newly-announced Deathstroke, however, the pill is much easier to swallow.

  • Marvel Now! Review: Thor: God of Thunder #1 by Jason Aaron & Esad Ribic

    A body washes up on the shores, and when Thor goes to check it out, he discovers it is a murdered god. Present ... Since Marvel doesn't price drop their digital comics in any kind of logical fashion, there really is no way I can keep buying this book ...

  • The original team is back in Bendis' 'All-New X-Men'

    And that's the sort of story he's telling in All-New X-Men, a new Marvel Comics biweekly title Bendis launches on Wednesday.

  • Comic Nexus Weekly Buying Guide – November 28, 2012

    And well, some weeks you get a big turkey feast and other weeks you get leftovers. Not necessarily bad comics, but most of the November Marvel NOW books have debuted, and most of the heavy hitters from DC aren't published in "Week 4″. So, maybe we ...

  • Three Thors are better than one for Jason Aaron

    "I'd only be worried if I was sitting still and not challenging myself," says Aaron, the writer of the new Marvel Comics series Thor: God of Thunder, illustrated by artist Esad Ribic. "I don't ever want to be afraid to write outside my comfort zone ...

  • CBR TV @ NYCC: Ennis Directs "Crossed" and Murders "The Boys"

    Writer Garth Ennis made his first ever CBR TV appearance at this year's "The Punisher," why his focus is on creator-owned books right now, returning to "Crossed" in both comics and webisodes and the joy of directing. The conversation ... On what it ...

  • Uncanny Avengers #2 Review

    ... the narrative quality to new heights. Uncanny Avengers #2 is an excellent release that flexes its intellectual muscles while embracing some honestly dark themes that have long been the cornerstone of the X-Men side of the Marvel Universe. Recommended.

  • Theater Listings for Nov. 30-Dec. 6

    P.S. Jones is the protagonist in this comic-book-style adventure story, and the utopian Frozen City is where his dimwitted brother is about to be deified.

  • Remender Expands The Cast Of "Uncanny Avengers"

    John Cassaday's cover to "Uncanny Avengers" #5. As the first book of Marvel Comics rolling Marvel NOW! relaunch, "Uncanny Avengers" had a lot of weight on its shoulders.

  • [Interview] Kelly Sue DeConnick Resurrects 'Ghost' At Dark Horse

    She returns as a phantom spirit sent back to avenge her own death, while keeping her loved ones out of harm's way. Dark Horse has given writer Kelly Sue DeConnick ("Captain Marvel", "Avengers") and artist Phil Noto ("X-Men") the job of resurrecting ...

  • Out At The New York Times: Gays, Lesbians, AIDS And Homophobia Inside ...

    And Marvel Comics was given a pat on the back for breaking ground in having one of its superheroes, Northstar, come out of the closet.

  • What Are You Reading? with Gardner Linn and Dave Lentz

    And the strength of these comics is that even when you have barely any knowledge of what she's riffing on, they lose none of the entertainment.

  • What are you reading this month? (November 2012)

    The Holmes story is horrifying: He was a charming man who seemed to enjoy the gamesmanship in murder, and he built a hotel specifically for the purpose of torturing and murdering people, complete with its own crematory.

  • Flesh canvas

    INKED WELL | Reynolds has turned himself into a walking comic book, with every member of Marvel's Avengers on his left arm.

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