Tony Stark is back (figuratively and literally) with a new series in this week’s Iron Man #1, helmed by writer Christopher Cantwell.
After emerging as the breakout star of the Avengers game, Kamala Khan makes her return to comics in this week’s Magnificent Ms. Marvel #14.
Just when life couldn’t get anymore complicated batting supervillains and saving lives, adding an infected Galactus changes everything…
After a delayed start and some scaling back, Empyre #6 concludes Marvel’s latest crossover event, but does it stick the landing?
A major oversight in comicbook history is corrected with this week’s Fantastic Four: Antithesis #1, the first F4 story by legend Neal Adams.
Maestro #1 explores the origin story of one of Bruce Banner’s most perilous foes: an evil, alternate version of himself.
The X-Men finally assemble to mourn Kate Pryde in this week’s Marauders #11, but a funeral on Krakoa doesn’t quite go as planned.
From its cover and premise, Stargazer seems like yet another fun but ultimately run-of-the-mill ’80s nostalgia trip. However, the execution keeps the story fresh and engaging with tight pacing, relatable characters, and great artwork.
The penultimate issue of Jonathan Hickman’s Giant-Size X-Men quasi-series is here, shining a spotlight on the other elusive mutant(?) merc with a mouth.