Wolverine is currently slicing and dicing his way through his bloodiest adventures yet in WOLVERINE: BLACK, WHITE, AND BLOOD and soon Carnage will show readers why he’s Marvel’s most terrifying villain in CARNAGE: BLACK, WHITE, AND BLOOD. Come August, it’ll be Deadpool’s turn.
ALIEN is coming. Marvel’s first venture into the iconic—and terrifying—world of the ALIEN franchise arrives next month.
Building on the success of its highly-anticipated first issue, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Last Ronin #2 achieved an astounding new milestone: the largest print run for a single comic book in IDW’s 22-year history, with over 130,000 copies printed.
Writer Dan Slott and artist R.B. Silva’s thrilling run on Fantastic Four is jam-packed with sweeping sci-fi storytelling, unpredictable twists and incredible high-stakes adventure.
The Marvel Universe has always been protected by Earth’s Mightiest Heroes. But this May, the world will be reborn without the Avengers.
This May, the high-seas adventures continue in MARAUDERS #20, but one of the Marauders will plot a new course. As the preparations for the Hellfire Gala come to a head, Storm’s eyes are pointed to a future that takes her off the seas and over the horizon.
The X-Book every fan has been waiting for is finally here. X-CORP, written by Tini Howard (Excalibur) and drawn by Alberto Foche (Dan Dare) will hit stands this May. Taking Jonathan Hickman’s masterplan for mutantkind to the next level, the series will premiere a brand-new group of X-Men that will prove once and for all that mutantkind means business.
Debuting next month, Jen Bartel’s WOMEN’S HISTORY MONTH variant covers have already captivated fans with their incredible depictions of Marvel’s most popular female heroes. Now, check out the remaining four covers in this extraordinary collection that will adorn issues of your favorite ongoing series throughout March.
To help honor the 50th anniversary of Man-Thing, Patrick Gleason has delivered another showstopping cover, depicting the misunderstood swamp monster in Gleason’s now iconic cover style. On sale in March, this gripping piece of artwork will grace the cover of AVENGERS: CURSE OF THE MAN-THING #1.
Amazing Spider-Man #55 continues to be one of the hottest single issues on stands, and today, Marvel Comics is proud to announce that this sold out issue will receive a third printing.
In honor of Women’s History Month, the women of Marvel will be celebrated in an all-new variant cover collection by superstar artist Jen Bartel.
Last week’s issue of STAR WARS: DOCTOR APHRA has sold out at comic shops across the country. Continuing writer Alyssa Wong and artist Minkyu Jung’s high-octane run on the title, STAR WARS: DOCTOR APRHA #7 saw Aphra daring to do business with Lady Proxima, the famous Corellian gangster from Solo: A Star Wars Story.
Deadpool’s 30th anniversary will be celebrated all year long with an incredible series of variant covers all drawn by Deadpool co-creator and legendary artist Rob Liefeld.
For Earth, there are the Avengers. For everywhere else, there’s the Guardians of the Galaxy. This April, writer Al Ewing teams up with artist Juan Frigeri for a new arc of his epic run on GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY. The double-sized milestone 175th issue, GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY #13, will introduce the book’s new lineup, reveal the Guardian’s bold new mission, and welcome readers to Marvel’s new space age.
Announced earlier today in an exclusive interview with IGN, the final issue of Donny Cates and Ryan Stegman’s hit run on VENOM will arrive in April. The all-star creative team will be saying farewell to a character they helped redefine in a special milestone issue: VENOM #200. With the revolutionary work on the symbiote mythology, the team’s incredible run will leave a lasting impact not only on the character of Venom but on the Marvel Universe as a whole.
Announced last year, Marvel Comics will honor Black History Month with a series of variant covers depicting their most prominent Black heroes. A celebration of the legacy of Black heroes in Marvel Comics’ storytelling, these beautiful pieces of art will grace the covers of our most popular ongoing titles throughout the month of February and feature depictions of Storm, Black Panther, Miles Morales, Falcon, War Machine, Blade, Ironheart, and the new Valkyrie who recently appeared in KING IN BLACK: RETURN OF THE VALKYRIES #1.
Recently announced as a member of the inaugural class of Marvel’s Stormbreakers, superstar artist Peach Momoko continues to turn out bestselling variant covers for Marvel’s hottest titles.
In the same vein as his iconic Amazing Spider-Man #55 cover, Marvel Stormbreaker Patrick Gleason delivers another stunning cover for the debut issue of CARNAGE: BLACK, WHITE, & BLOOD and Cletus Kasady has never looked more frightening.
One of Marvel’s most popular 90s creations, Darkhawk will return in April in a special giant-sized celebration issue. Honoring the iconic hero’s 30th anniversary, DARKHAWK: HEART OF THE HAWK will feature three spectacular tales from all-star creative teams including Darkhawk’s creators: writer Danny Fingeroth and artist Mike Manley.
The classic comic book tales set in the iconic—and terrifying—world of the Alien franchise are being collected in brand-new hardcover collection starting in April with ALIENS OMNIBUS VOLUME 1.
After their cataclysmic showdown with Knull in KING IN BLACK: RETURN OF THE VALKYRIES, Asgard’s greatest warriors will embark on another glorious quest in a brand-new series. Launching in April, THE MIGHTY VALKYRIES will be crafted by the returning all-star creative team of writers Jason Aaron and Torunn Grønbekk and artist Mattia de Iulis.
Ta-Nehisi Coates’ acclaimed run on BLACK PANTHER returns next month with BLACK PANTHER #23. Featuring art by Daniel Acuña and Ryan Bodenheim, BLACK PANTHER #23 marks the beginning of the epic conclusion of Coates’ redefining work on BLACK PANTHER that began in 2016.
Led by Nightcrawler, a brand-new team of mutants will assemble to confront the dark mysteries of the X-Men’s new way of life.
Last month’s AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #55 gave fans the startling conclusion to the “Last Remains” storyline they’ve been waiting for. Marvel announced this groundbreaking sold out issue will return to comic shops next month with a second printing.
Legendary creators Louise Simonson and Walter Simonson will be returning to the X-Men franchise this April in X-MEN LEGENDS #3. The pair will be teaming up for an all-new, in-continuity story set during their groundbreaking run on X-Factor…
Over the years, Spider-Man donned a host of iconic costumes from his classics digs to the black suit to Iron Spider. Now in 2021, everyone’s favorite wallcrawler will get a brand-new costume to add to his legendary wardrobe.
The debut issue of the epic TMNT miniseries, The Last Ronin, has taken comic fandom by storm as one of the biggest events of 2020 with more than 180,000 copies in print. Now, IDW welcomes hardcore fans to a special behind-the-scenes look at the creation of this instant classic with Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Last Ronin #1 Director’s Cut, due to hit stores in March 2021.
Following January’s KING IN BLACK: BLACK KNIGHT, acclaimed writer Simon Spurrier (X-Men Legacy, X-Force) will continue to pen the legend of the Black Knight in a brand-new series. Launching in March, BLACK KNIGHT: CURSE OF THE EBONY BLADE will further expand the fascinating mythology behind the cursed hero and introduce his adventures to a new generation of fans.
Award-winning artist Michael Cho will bring some of Marvel’s most iconic heroes to life on a series of extraordinary variant covers this March. Done in his trademark two-tone style, these vibrant covers capture Marvel’s heroes at their most timeless versions.
The Merc with a Mouth turns 30. Three decades ago, Deadpool first appeared in the legendary NEW MUTANTS #98 by Rob Liefeld and Fabian Nicieza, and the comic book world has never been the same. Throughout 2021, Marvel is proud to celebrate the character’s anniversary in grand Marvel fashion starting with DEADPOOL NERDY 30 #1, a giant-sized special issue of classic Deadpool creators exploring the past, present, and future of Wade Wilson.