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Marvel Noise Episode 287

January 23rd, 2017 Comments off

Steve, Kevin & Andrew fire off a bunch of recent reads before covering Thunderbolts 116-121: Caged Angels….Enjoy!

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Marvel Noise Episode 273

June 26th, 2016 Comments off

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Steve steps in as host and grades 8 more 1st arcs of All-New, All-Different Marvel titles before being joined by Andrew & Kevin to cover the 1st 16 issues of Luke Cage Hero for Hire and close out with New Thunderbolts 7-12!

Marvel Noise Episode 228

September 28th, 2014 Comments off

Steve, Kevin, Andrew, and Phil discuss the ‘sins’ that were revealed in the Original Sin. Plus, recent reads like All-New Invaders 9-10, Daredevil 8, Deadpool 26, Spider-Man 2099 1, New Avengers, Thanos Infinity Revelation, Secret Avengers, and Deadpool vs Carnage! Our host mentions Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD, Thor: God of Thunder, Moon Knight, and Spider-Man stuff.

Stephen Wacker Reveals The Secret History of Spider-Man Fans!

July 29th, 2010 Comments off

Marvel’s Senior Editor Stephen Wacker is about to shed light on the secret history of Spider-Man fans—are you ready for the wildest, web-slinging blog in the world? Head on over to the official Spider-Office Blog at http://fans.marvel.com/spider-office/blog and discover rarely seen fan letters from the mail-bag of the world’s friendliest neighborhood super hero! This week, learn just how award-winning writer Kurt Busiek felt about Spider-Man in the 70s and how he would’ve “fixed” Amazing Spider-Man.

“The one thing that’s great about Marvel fans is that there’s nothing they won’t argue about,” said Wacker. “That kind of dedication and love is the reason our characters resonate with so many readers. So for everyone who thinks debate and controversy and over our favorite wall-crawler is something new, you may be surprised to find out that Marvel’s been screwing Spidey up from #1!”

Now’s your chance to get a look at a piece of Marvel Comics history—just click over to the Spider-Office Blog now!

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Marvel Announces All-New Spider-Man & Super Heroes Ongoing All Ages Series!

January 13th, 2010 Comments off

Spider-Man01Marvel is proud to announce a bold new beginning for the critically acclaimed Marvel Adventures line with Spider-Man #1 and Super Heroes #1! Perfect for readers of all ages, these two all-new series are the perfect jumping on point for readers new and old with oversized debut issues, packed with a full length all-new stories and bonus back up stories, just like the comics from when you were a kid! Subsequent issues will be regular sized and priced at $2.99, perfect for everyone’s summer reading!SuperHeroes01

“The Marvel Adventures line has been a runaway success for over 5 years now,” said Marvel’s Senior Vice President of Sales David Gabriel. “We’re extremely proud of not only the longevity of the line and the strength of the brand, but also of the quality of all the series. These are the perfect starting point for the youngest of readers. You’re going to see all the biggest Marvel heroes—Thor, Iron Man, Captain America and more—appearing in Super Heroes. Along with Spider-Man, these books are a fresh new start for the Marvel Adventures line—but with the same unparalleled all ages storytelling you’ve experienced!”

In Spider-Man #1, join Peter Parker as he balances homework, family and saving New York from the deadliest villains around! Acclaimed scribe Paul Tobin and fan favorite artist Matteo Lolli join forces to bring you Spidey’s newest ongoing series!

Join Iron Man, Marvel’s box office sensation, as he unites a team of super stars in Super Heroes #1! Tobin and dynamic artist Ronan Cliquet send the newly formed Avengers against Magneto’s Brotherhood of Mutants in a battle you can’t miss!

Fans and critics agree—the Marvel Adventures titles are a hit!

Marvel Adventures Spider-Man maintains a sense of history while presenting Spider-Man in a thoroughly modern form”—Ray Tate, ComicsBulletin.Com

“For an all ages read, [Marvel Adventures Super Heroes] provides a great deal for younger readers, a few treats for old hands and the promise of stories that are not steeped in darkness”– Doug Zawisza. ComicBookResources.Com

This April, there’s only one place for the greatest all ages, action packed super hero comics in the world—don’t miss Spider-Man #1 and Super Heroes #1!

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SPIDER-MAN #1
Written by PAUL TOBIN
Penciled by MATTEO LOLLI
Cover by KARL KERSCHL
MARVEL ADVENTURES All Ages …$3.99
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SUPER HEROES #1
Written by PAUL TOBIN
Penciled by RONAN CLIQUET
Cover by CLAYTON HENRY
Variant Cover by TODD NAUCK
MARVEL ADVENTURES All Ages …$3.99
ON SALE IN APRIL!

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Marvel Noise Episode 90 – Spider-Man by Frank Miller

August 31st, 2009 Comments off

Pat’s back with the shipping list (he was back last week, but we won’t talk about that), Steve’s back with the second part of Infinity Abyss, and Adam’s back with another Marvel Unbound on Spider-Man by Frank Miller!  Plus, there’s an audio comment from none other than Derek Coward asking a question that our host answers (not like some other shows that record, say, at 11:00)!!  You’ll also hear talk of Fantastic Four, Daredevil, and Marvel Divas!

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Review: Venom: Dark Origin #1

August 3rd, 2008 Comments off

Yeah, okay, where to start? I guess, as Eddie Brock would want, with the truth. I hadn’t intended to read this series. I’m not a fan of Venom. Now I’ve enjoyed his appearances over the years in Spider-Man, but have never picked up any of the series focusing on him. This was going to be no different, to my mind. Of all the titles coming out on August 6th, I’m not even sure why I decided to read this one first, but I did and I’m glad of it. This first issue is not dedicated to the origin of Venom, but rather focuses solely on Eddie Brock. Let me just say this, by the second page I had decided that Brock was waaaayyy more messed up then I ever imagined. I always saw him as a guy who made some bad choices and that his erratic/psychotic behavior was a result of his bond with the symbiote. Evidently this is not even remotely the case. This issue shows Brock’s life from elementary age up to college. We only see little snippets, but they are very telling. Within the first few pages, pages that are previewed here for you, there is an implication that Eddie Brock may have shown some early indications that he was a serial killer in the making. Or perhaps a spree killer.

Zeb Wells does an excellent job of creating interest in a character you thought you already knew. Usually, when reading a comic, or any bit of fiction really, there is the hope for some surprise twist in the story, something you didn’t see coming. The interesting thing about this story is I didn’t see the tone or direction of this story coming. Perhaps I should have, though, because it makes perfect sense. Eddie Brock becomes a much more interesting and compelling character. The question this all raises in my mind concerns the morality that played a fairly important role in Venom’s attitude toward protecting innocents. As I’ve said I’m no Venom scholar, and my recollection is vague, but I always thought his goal was to kill Spider-Man and protect the innocents. Wells may be intending to change things up a bit. I’m very interested to see where he goes from here.

The art on the book was excellent. I’ve always associated Angel Medina with Spawn, a character created by Todd McFarlane, so it seems a natural fit for him to be working on Venom, another McFarlane creation. Well, partially created by McFarlane. Anyway, the art matches the tone of the story wonderfully. It is a very detailed, but strongly cartoon based style with great use of cross-hatching, contrast, angles and perspective. The inker for Medina is Scott Hanna and colorist is Matt Milla. These three work seamlessly together. I would love to see the work at each stage to really get a feel for what each artist added to each page.

Venom: Dark Origin #1 was an interesting read, adding a great deal to a character who’s been around for quite awhile. The great thing about it is you don’t have to be a fan of Venom or Eddie Brock, you don’t have to be reading Spider-Man, or even have any knowledge of either character, really, to enjoy this book. It’s really an excellent introduction to the character. For long time fans, this starts at the beginning before Eddie Brock was Venom, so I think it’s safe to say, you’ll want to read this, too.

Surprisingly, recommended for any fan of Marvel comics.

COVER BY: ANGEL MEDINA
WRITER: ZEB WELLS
PENCILS: ANGEL MEDINA
INKS: SCOTT HANNA
COLORS: MATT MILLA
LETTERS: JOE CARAMAGNA
EDITOR: ALEJANDRO ARBONA

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Marvel Noise Episode 18

January 23rd, 2008 Comments off

This week, our host introduces a new segment (and after listening to it, wonders why) titled Marvel Tales. But before we get to that, we have the week’s new releases to through along with the Pick of the Week, and Backwards Dave brings us a Bring ‘Em Back that should interest the mutant lovers among us. Pat Loika joins us with Current Events which not only tells us what happened last week, but touches on the future of the segment.

Within you’ll find some rambling thoughts on The Order, The Punisher, Ultimate Fantastic Four, Messiah CompleX, Annihilation: Conquest Book 1, and Fantastic Four: The End.

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Marvel Titles On Sale, 1.23.08

Comics

AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #548
COVER BY: STEVE MCNIVEN
WRITER: DAN SLOTT
PENCILS: STEVE MCNIVEN
INKS: DEXTER VINES
AMAZING! AMAZING! AMAZING!
Dan Slott (SHE-HULK, AVENGERS:THE INITIATIVE) and Steve McNiven (CIVIL WAR) wrap up the first amazing month of Brand New Day with a deadly conflict and surprise revelation that promises to make Spider-Man’s life much more difficult in the coming months. Listen up Spider-philes, three times a month won’t be nearly enough for you!
Rated A …$2.99

ASTONISHING X-MEN #24 (and VARIANT)
COVER BY: JOHN CASSADAY
WRITER: JOSS WHEDON
PENCILS and INKS: JOHN CASSADAY
“UNSTOPPABLE”
Everything, from #1 to now, comes down to this. Things will change. One will not return. This is the end. Or is it? Part 6 (of 6)
Rated T+ …$2.99

Iron Man #25, $3.99
Marvel Adventures Iron Man #9, $2.99
Marvel Illustrated Picture Dorian Gray #2 (of 6), $2.99
Marvel Zombies 2 #4 (of 5), $2.99

PUNISHER #54
COVER BY: TIM BRADSTREET
WRITER: GARTH ENNIS
PENCILS and INKS: GORAN PARLOV
“LONG COLD DARK,” PART 5
The wild conclusion to the bloodiest PUNISHER arc yet, as Frank Castle squares off against Barracuda for the final time! It ends here. No rule—or bone—will be left unbroken. And only one walks away.
Explicit Content …$2.99

She-Hulk 2 #25, $3.99

THE ORDER #7
COVER BY: BARRY KITSON
WRITER: MATT FRACTION
PENCILS: BARRY KITSON
INKS: MARK MORALES
Following up on the shocking conclusion of THE ORDER #6: the United States military is on high alert. Civilians are being evacuated. S.H.I.E.L.D. has been mobilized. The eyes of the entire world are on southern California and the international crisis unfolding there…and standing between it and a happy ending is Henry Hellrung, the leader of the Order. In this special issue marking the midway point of THE ORDER’s first year and revisiting several key moments in Marvel history, Henry—unproven, untested, and unaccustomed to operating on a global scale, especially when there are millions of lives on the line—finds himself alone in a room with a man that could end the world as we know it. If he wins, the Order might just have a chance to survive. If Henry fails—we’re all doomed. No pressure there, guy. By Matt Fraction (IMMORTAL IRON FIST, Casanova) and Barry Kitson (Legion of Super-Heroes, Empire).
Rated T+ …$2.99

ULTIMATE FANTASTIC FOUR #50 (and WHITE COVER)
COVER BY: MARKO DJURDJEVIC
WRITER: MIKE CAREY
PENCILS: TYLER KIRKHAM
INKS: SAL REGLA
Thanos returns as a new story arc begins in our fateful 50th issue! The F.F. return from Siberia to find the Baxter Building—and the rest of New York City—under siege! The prize is the greatest force in existence—the Cosmic Cube! And in the race to command this deadliest of weapons, treachery and overkill are the order of the day…even from former friends! Writer Mike Carey has been building up to this saga for months—and new series penciler Tyler Kirkham (NEW AVENGERS/TRANSFORMERS) has arrived to kick off the action!
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X-MEN #207 (and VARIANT)
COVERS BY: DAVID FINCH and JIM CHEUNG
WRITER: MIKE CAREY
PENCILS: CHRIS BACHALO
INKS: TIM TOWNSEND
MESSIAH COMPLEX PART 13
The stunning conclusion to Messiah CompleX. Everyone has an agenda, but do any trump the child’s destiny? Mutant savior or mutant destroyer, the combatants may come to regret their roles in this fight. And what becomes of the X-Men in the wake of the biggest fight of their lives?
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X-Men First Class Vol 2 #8 (of 8), $2.99

YOUNG AVENGERS PRESENTS #1
COVER BY: JIM CHEUNG
WRITER: ED BRUBAKER
PENCILS: PACO MEDINA
INKS: JUAN VLASCO
They’re back at last! Patriot, Hulkling, Wiccan, Vision, Stature and Hawkeye! Where have they been and what is their place in this new post-CIVIL WAR Marvel Universe? It will take six issues by six top creative teams to tell the tale! In this first installment, featuring PATRIOT, the grandson of the black Captain America struggles with his unresolved feelings about the death of Steve Rogers, and seeks out the Winter Soldier hoping to find some guidance. But who he’s looking for and who he finds may be two different things! By Eisner and Harvey Award-Winning Best Writer Ed Brubaker and rising star Paco Medina.
32 PGS./Rated T+ …$2.99

Collections

ANNIHILATION: CONQUEST BOOK 1
COVER BY: ALEKSI BRICLOT
WRITER: KEITH GIFFEN, CHRISTOS GAGE, and DAN ABNETT & ANDY LANNING
PENCILS: TIMOTHY GREEN, MIKE LILLY, and MIKE PERKINS
The next sci-fi epic blasts off here! In the grim aftermath of the Annihilation War, a devastated universe struggles to rebuild. Gripped by fear and paranoia, civilizations have collapsed and entire worlds are now smoking ruins. What is next for the battle-weary heroes known as Nova, Peter Quill and Quasar? What are Ronan’s plans for the once-mighty Kree Empire? Which cosmic characters of the past are about to return? Who is the new hero approaching on the horizon? And what is the new threat that no one suspects? Collecting ANNIHILATION: CONQUEST PROLOGUE; ANNIHILATION: CONQUEST – QUASAR #1-4; ANNIHILATION: CONQUEST – STARLORD #1-4; and ANNIHILATION SAGA.
Rated T+ …$29.99
ISBN: 978-0-7851-2782-6

FANTASTIC FOUR: THE END
COVER BY: ALAN DAVIS
WRITER: ALAN DAVIS
PENCILS: ALAN DAVIS
INKS: MARK FARMER
Alan Davis writes and pencils the final story of Marvel’s first family! Even the strongest family can be torn apart by tragedy – and in the futuristic world of tomorrow, the members of the once-Fantastic Four are divided and vulnerable to opponents from their past. What events could have caused the FF to go their separate ways, and how does their disbanding set the stage for a conflict that will send shockwaves across the galaxy and beyond? Collecting FANTASTIC FOUR: THE END #1-6.
Rated T+ …$14.99
ISBN: 978-0-7851-1945-6

HULK VISIONARIES: PETER DAVID VOL. 5
COVER BY: DALE KEOWN
WRITER: PETER DAVID
PENCILS: JEFF PURVES, DALE KEOWN, SAM KIETH, and ANGEL MEDINA
The latest collection for David devotees starts off with a crisis countdown that takes the gray Hulk from one fight to another against the Abomination, the Fantastic Four and a Madman who can’t decide if he’s Bruce Banner’s biggest fan or worst enemy! Then, it’s a reunion with Doctor Strange and Namor the Sub-Mariner when the Hulk joins his fellow founding Defenders against an invasion from a universe even stranger than they are! Plus: the fate of Betty Brant Banner! Also featuring Mister Hyde and the mutants of Freedom Force! Collecting INCREDIBLE HULK #364-372 and ANNUAL #16.
Rated T+ …$19.99
ISBN: 978-0-7851-2757-4

MARVEL MASTERWORKS: GOLDEN AGE DARING MYSTERY VOL. 1 HC (and VARIANT)
COVER BY: ALEX SCHOMBURG
Following the phenomenal success of Marvel Comics #1, Timely released its second superhero anthology Daring Mystery Comics, in January 1940. This hardcover collection remasters and restores these early adventures that introduce brand-new characters into the Marvel mythos (several of whom will be appearing in The Twelve by J. Michael Straczynski & Chris Weston). See the startling introduction of the Fiery Mask where he faces the fantastic thriller of the walking corpses. Soldier of fortune John Steel sneaks behind enemy lines. The Phantom Bullet, scourge of the underworld, faces off against a dastardly band of Head Hunters. District Attorney Dennis Burton decides to take the law into his own hands as the Laughing Mask and then later as the Purple Mask. Meet the Phantom Reporter – cub reporter by day…scourge of the underworld by night. Plus: The Texas Kid; Monako, Prince of Magic; Flash Foster, Phantom of the Underworld, Barney Mullen, Sea Rover; Zephyr Jones and his rocket ship; Trojak the Tiger Man; Captain K-4 and his Sky Devils; Mr. E; Dale of the FBI; Breeze Barton in the Miracle City; Marvex the Super-Robot; Captain Strong of the Foreign Legion; Whirlwind Carte of the Interplanetary Secret Service; and more!
Rated A …$59.99
ISBN: 978-0-7851-2476-4

ULTIMATE VISION
COVER BY: BRANDON PETERSON
WRITER: MIKE CAREY and MARK MILLAR
PENCILS: BRANDON PETERSON and JOHN ROMITA, JR.
Picking up directly from the events of ULTIMATE EXTINCTION! The Earth was saved from the Ultimate threat: Gah Lak Tus. But scientist George Tarleton has captured a piece of that awesome entity and plans to reactivate it for his own evil purposes. The only hope for mankind against this mad scheme: the strange alien being called the Vision! Collecting ULTIMATE VISION #0-5.
Rated T+ …$14.99

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8 PGS./RATED T+ (each)

Posters

SPIDER-MAN: BRAND NEW DAY JIMENEZ POSTER
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Amazing Spider-Man #546

I’m sure this surprises no one coming from me, but as far as Spider-Man stories go, this was really, really good.

I’m not writing this as a full on review, but I had to jot down some notes regarding the main story of this issue (I’m not talking about any of the three backup tales, although the one spotlighting Aunt May was cute).

The art was top-notch. There may be some well of stock poses Steve McNiven goes to from time to time, but no more than George Perez, John Byrne, Dan Jurgens, or Jerry Ordway. Peter looked great, the women looked hawt, and Harry hasn’t looked this good since Gil Kane last drew the chap. Dexter Vines is a phenomenal inker, whose lines give the art just so much more depth. And of course, Morry Hollowell’s colors make everything shine. When the situation calls for it, that is. There are some scenes in alleys and the way they are colored, well, let’s say I’d keep my distance from the walls just out of the fear that I wouldn’t be able to wash the dirt out.

I like Dan Slott. No, actually, I love Dan Slott. He writes an.. er, amazing Spidey tale. And this is only the first part! Peter is witty, Harry is arrogant (in a good way), May cares but doesn’t want her nephew lounging around the house, and J.J.J…. Well, he’s J.J.J.

This issue explains that it’s been a few months since there have been any Spider-Man sightings. We do not know why Peter and Mary Jane split up. Yet. All we know is that she left for California after they’ve been seriously dating for years. We find out where Harry met his current squeeze, what May does at night, that the “Parker Luck” is still in full effect, and that things aren’t all sunshine and roses at the Daily Bugle.

There’s a spread that gives you the status quo and when I read it, I immediately felt that this is something that Stan would have written. Well done, Mr. Bob Gale. Having it illustrated by John Romita Jr. and Klaus Janson doesn’t hurt, either.

I’m not going to spoil anything because I think this is an issue that should be read. Judge it on its own merits. Without complaining about editors. Or tales from the past. Or delays. If you don’t think this is a real and honest-to-goodness Spider-Man story, I’d love to know why.

Highly recommended.

Writer: Dan Slott
Pencils: Steve McNiven
Inks: Dexter Vines
Colors: Morry Hollowell
Letters: Cory Petit
Editor: Stephen Wacker

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News: Iron Man Continues the Adventure In New AdverVideos!

January 9th, 2008 Comments off

Fans all over the world thrilled to the first groundbreaking Marvel Adventures Animated AdverVideos last week, as your favorite heroes were brought to life like never before! In the second AdverVideo, Iron Man arrives on the scene to take on a seemingly unstoppable foe — but will his genius and amazing suit of armor be enough? Or could a certain “incredible” ally be the key to victory? Click on http://www.marvelkids.com to experience the Mighty Marvel adventure that has everyone buzzing!

The second Marvel Adventures Animated AdverVideos debuts this Thursday, January 10th, at http://www.marvelkids.com/videos and then the can’t miss final installment smashes into your web browsers on January 17th! True Believers, have you spotted all the special cameos and bonus Easter Eggs hidden throughout the first AdverVideos? Keep your eyes open cause there are more to come!

Also don’t miss Marvel Adventures Iron Man #1 Special, a new digital comic book that stars Iron Man, Hulk and Spider-Man; the exciting prequel to The Marvel Adventures Animated AdverVideos! It’s a brand-new story featuring your favorite heroes…and it’s free at http://www.marvelkids.com/ironman!

Don’t forget, you can pick up Marvel Adventures comics and digests every month wherever comics are sold — ask for Marvel Adventures Iron Man, Marvel Adventures Hulk, Marvel Adventures Spider-Man and more by name!

Visit http://www.marvelkids.com to experience it now!

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