Brian Michael Bendis
All this talk of death, begs the question: What are all the Nova and Star-Lord fans out there going to do?
Check out some pages from Moon Knight #1, Avengers #11 and see what Tom Brevoort has to say from his latest weekly column.
Seeing just how bad this issue was, M.E. Byron Brewer decided to at least jazz it up and make it fun - turning this into a grab for gold!
Big Shots spotlights three major launches of all-new ongoing series for the Marvel Universe.
Timelord is back with a vengence! Check out the blazing hot Op-Ed piece, "Marvel Editorial to Cosmic: We're just not that into you!"
Just because we have left the organization of the Avengers Mansion kitchen to Wong this issue does not mean we are short on character moments. Far from it. And -- a New Avenger falls!
Marvel sent over the following teaser featuring Moon Knight with the powers Wolverine and Spider-Man while riding on top of Captain America's shield.
Like last issue, this is another great Roy Thomas-feel issue in which Jessica Jones uses her better half as a sounding board to weigh the pros and cons and mom/wife vs. superhero/Avenger.
There is not a lot of action in this outing of the Marvel Universeâ€™s most secret group, the Illuminati, but there is a lot of character and plot forwarding.
On March 2nd, the powerhouse creative team of writer Brian Michael Bendis and artist Michael Avon Oeming, take the comics industry by storm with their first all-ages graphic novel â€“ TAKIO!