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Classic Hawkeye Costume Revealed in Latest Avengers 4 Set Photos

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Classic Hawkeye Costume Revealed in Latest Avengers 4 Set Photos
Even though Avengers: Infinity War hasn't even hit theaters yet, Joe Russo and Anthony Russo are already hard at work filming Avengers 4, which is set to close out Phase 3 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. That means some big changes are on the way for some of the characters in the McU. One such character who looks to be changing things up quite a bit is Jeremy Renner's Hawkeye, who's been spotted wearing a brand new, possibly spoilery suit on the set of Avengers 4. You've been warned if you'd rather avoid minor spoilers.

The latest set photos from Avengers 4 feature Jeremy Renner walking around in a brand new Hawkeye costume. The photos don't show him in action, but they show us enough to know that this is not at all what we've come to expect from Hawkeye. In fact, these photos make it look like he may not even go
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Marvel Announces Old Man Hawkeye Series

By now, you’re probably familiar with the concept of Old Man Logan, a gritty take on an older, more grizzled Wolverine that saw him outlive many of his peers. And since Mark Millar and Steve McNiven launched what can only be described as a modern classic back in 2009, we’ve seen their story not only influence a major motion picture, but that particular version of Logan has actually been integrated into the Marvel Universe proper.

Having said all that, it doesn’t come as much of a surprise that the House of Ideas would want to go down that road again. This time, though, they’re shining the spotlight on the avenging archer with Old Man Hawkeye, a prequel occurring five years before the events of Old Man Logan. In other words, this’ll “be set 45 years into the future, taking place in a darker world where the heroic
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Marvel announces Old Man Hawkeye series

Clint Barton is set to return to the Marvel Universe this coming January in the Old Man Logan prequel series Old Man Hawkeye, which comes from New York Daily News writer Ethan Sacks and artist Marco Checchetto (Star Wars: Captain Phasma).

“Ethan’s been a journalist for years, and he’s a certified nerd,” said Chief Creative Officer Joe Quesada. “I’ve known him well over a decade, and I never knew he could write non-fiction until one day, he told me, ‘I wrote this Star Wars one-shot.’ When I find anyone who’s talented, I always hand them to our editors and say, ‘do not be affected by the fact this is coming from me.’ And everyone loved the Star Wars story and what he had done.”

Old Man Hawkeye will be set 45 years into the future, taking place in a darker world where the heroic archer must avenge
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Marvel's "Sub-Mariner" Makes A Splash

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With screen rights to Marvel Comics' 'Atlantean' superhero "Namor: The Sub-Mariner" returning to the Marvel fold, a big budget "Sub-Mariner" feature could make DC's "Aquaman" look like 'Charlie The Tuna':

"I can't speak for the studios," said Marvel's Joe Quesada about Disney recovering screen rights to Namor from Universal.

"But as far as I know, yeah we do (have screen rights). It’s not at Fox, it’s not at Sony...Yeah."

"Yes," confirmed Marvel Studios' Kevin Feige about Marvel controlling screen rights to Namor, "but it’s slightly more complicated than that."

"Let’s put it this way – there are entanglements that make it less easy.

"There are older contracts that still involve other parties that means we need to work things out before we move forward on it.

"...as opposed to an 'Iron Man' or any of the 'Avengers' or any of the other Marvel characters
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Marvel’s Spider-Man swings onto Disney Xd in the UK

2017 has been a banner year for the friendly neighborhood wall-crawler. Not only did he make his full Marvel Cinematic Universe debut with the Marvel Studios and Sony-produced reboot Spider-Man: Homecoming, but the beloved superhero is also making his return to the small screen for the brand new animated series Marvel’s Spider-Man, which airs in the UK on Saturdays at 8.30 am on Disney Xd and DisneyLife.

This fresh new take on Spider-Man follows Peter Parker as he’s accepted into Horizon High –a high school for brilliant young scientific minds –while he’s learning responsibility that comes along with being a new, super powered hero in New York City. He struggles with the duality of his social life at school and hiding his secret identity of Spider-Man from everyone, including his best friend, Harry Osborn, who attends the competing Osborn Academy for Geniuses.

As Peter embraces his alter-ego and takes on Super Villains like Vulture,
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Sdcc Hasbro Exclusive Marvel Legends Daredevil Giveaway

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It’s not San Diego Comic-Con without an exclusive or two, and one of this year’s Hasbro's exclusive was a 12 inch Marvel Legends Daredevil figure, based on the classic Marvel comic character. The figure features more than 30 points of articulation, and comes with 12 interchangeable parts and accessories, including an alternate head, alternate hands, and a baton, as well as two posters.

The packaging features original artwork by Marvel’s chief creative officer Joe Quesada, and includes braille on the back in a nice added touch to the character.

Lrm is giving away one 12 inch Marvel Legends Daredevil figures to one lucky email newsletter subscriber on our site. To sign up for our newsletter and enter this giveaway contest please fill out the form below, for our mobile users please send an e-mail to contest@lrmonline.com with Sdcc Hasbro Daredevil Giveaway in the subject line. Please give your name,
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The Defenders: creating Marvel's Netflix team

Mike Cecchini Aug 14, 2017

Getting four street-smart Marvel heroes on screen together in The Defenders took a superhuman behind the scenes effort...

The Defenders aren’t the Avengers or the Justice League. Those are the crown jewels of superhero intellectual property, instantly recognisable icons with decades of history in everything from comics to toys to video games. Most of Marvel’s roster of Netflix heroes—collectively known as the Defenders—operate under their real names and don’t even bother with costumes. They’re literal social justice warriors, working to change their neighbourhoods, not the world, for the better. The Defenders are underdogs, and if there’s one thing New York City loves, it’s an underdog.

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Marvel’s interlocking group of Netflix shows are not only set in New York City,
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5 Reasons That We are Getting Excited About Marvel Legacy

Earlier this year at the Chicago Comic & Entertainment Expo, Marvel Comics announced its Marvel Legacy initiative. Unlike recent relaunches which placed greater emphasis on the creation of new superheroes, the Marvel Legacy relaunch which focuses on expanded and redefining the older, more popular heroes. According to Joe Quesada, the Chief Creative Officer of Marvel Comics, the company is using this new initiative as a modality to embrace its roots through the creation of a new line of comic books that revisit old heroes and cast them in a more expansive way.relaunches which placed greater emphasis on the creation of

5 Reasons That We are Getting Excited About Marvel Legacy
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‘Marvel’s Spider-Man’ Disney XD Series Rounds Out Cast, Gets Premiere Date

‘Marvel’s Spider-Man’ Disney XD Series Rounds Out Cast, Gets Premiere Date
Marvel announced the cast and premiere date for its new animated series “Marvel’s Spider-Man” during the the comic giant’s panel at D23 Expo in Anaheim, Calif., on Friday.

The show, premiering Aug. 19 on Disney XD, takes a fresh look at Peter Parker as the superhero gets accepted into Horizon High, a high school for brilliant young scientific minds. He struggles to balance his social life while hiding his secret identity from his classmates while using his alter ego to take on supervillains.

“Marvel’s Spider-Man” voice cast includes Robbie Daymond (“Bread Winners”) as Spider-Man, Patton Oswalt as Uncle Ben, Max Mittelman (“Transformers: Robots in Disguise”) as Harry Osborn, Nadji Jeter (“Jessie”) as Miles Morales, and Alastair Duncan (“The Batman”) as Vulture.

A scene that screened during the D23 panel on Friday showed Spidey fighting with his Venom suit. “This is like some invasion of the body-grabbers. Get off me, you
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Marvel Pays Tribute to Stan Lee's Wife Joan Lee in Touching Video

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Marvel Pays Tribute to Stan Lee's Wife Joan Lee in Touching Video
Joan Lee, wife of comic book icon Stan Lee, passed away on Thursday after suffering from a stroke earlier in the week at the age of 95. Marvel Entertainment has shared a touching tribute to the late actress/model. The past few days have shown an amazing outpouring of heartfelt support for Stan Lee, including from rival DC Comics, and many tributes have gone up for Joan, but the Marvel tribute really seems to be the perfect celebration of her life. If it weren't for Joan Lee we probably wouldn't have Marvel Entertainment as we know it today, as she pushed her husband to continue and tell the stories that he wanted to tell.

In April of 2017, Stan Lee sat down with Marvel's Joe Quesada during in event at the Paley Center. The video comes to us via Marvel Entertainment's official YouTube channel and was meant to be shown later
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Marvel Legacy #1 And Secret Empire Omega #1 Make For Two Of Marvel’s Must Reads This September

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If anything, September will be an important month for Marvel because, if all goes according to plan, they’ll be just about ready to put their currently in progress crossover event, Secret Empire, behind them and poised to move forward with whatever their next major initiative may be. And while we haven’t been in contact with any flies on the walls over at the House of Ideas, we’re pretty sure the Marvel Legacy one-shot is the vanguard.

First, let’s talk a bit about Secret Empire because that seems like the logical thing to do. Not long ago, it was revealed that a tenth issue would be added to the limited series, something not unheard of when it comes to major events – especially those from Marvel. And although this would seem like a definitive end to the story, there where rumors swirling that an eleventh wasn’t out of the question.

From what we can tell, that’s not going to happen, but an epilogue of sorts in Secret Empire Omega #1 has been announced. Upon examining the solicitation below, it quickly becomes apparent that this will likely be an essential read given that it retains the very same creative team that worked on the mainline series itself.

Nick Spencer (W) • Andrea Sorrentino (A)

Cover by Mark Brooks

Variant Cover by Michael Cho

Variant Cover By Michael Turner

Black And White Variant Cover By Michael Turner

No More Hydra Variant Cover Also Available

Secret Empire Aftermath!

• Hydra has fallen, but the world is still not secure! As the heroes of the Marvel Universe stir from the wreckage of the battlefield, the inevitable rebuilding must begin.

• However, one question hangs in the air over the proceedings: What redemption can there be for Captain America?

40 Pgs./Rated T+ …$4.99

Should that meet its targeted September release – which may be a feat, especially when you consider that Secret Empire #6 has been delayed until July 19 – that’ll smoothly transition into the all important Marvel Legacy #1 (solicitation below). So, if the publisher does allow it to ship before Secret Empire concludes, we can only hope that it doesn’t completely spoil the crossover’s ending. But, then again, let’s not forget this is the same lot that released Who Will Wield The Shield? before Captain America: Reborn wrapped.

Jason Aaron (W) • Esad Ribic (A)

Double Gatefold Cover By Joe Quesada

Wraparound Variant Cover by Mark Brooks

Variant Cover by Alex Ross

Variant Cover by Greg Land Trading Card Variant Cover By John Tyler Christopher

Black And White Variant Cover By Joe Quesada

Black And White Variant Cover By Alex Ross

Young Variant Cover By Skottie Young

Variant Cover By Amy Reeder

Everything Starts Here!

It begins at the dawn of the human race, and ends with a child’s prayer! In between, empires fall, mysteries brew, secrets are revealed, quests are undertaken and legends are forged! All leading up to the dramatic return you’ve been waiting for — and one you’ve been dreading!

Jason Aaron (Mighty Thor) and Esad Ribic (Secret Wars) usher in a new dawn — one whose rays will touch every corner of the Marvel Universe in the days to come!

Marvel Legacy: It’s everything you’ve been longing for — and more!

64 Pgs./On-shot/Rated T+ …$5.99
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Marvel Legacy #1 Will Unite “The First Avengers”

“An Asgardian titan. A Wakandan warrior bred to be a king. The very first Sorcerer Supreme.”

When you read a teaser as cryptic and powerful as that, you know you’re in for something special. But when you also consider that the story its hyping up will be written by Jason Aaron and illustrated by Esad Ribic, with a double gatefold cover provided by the legendary Joe Quesada, then you truly know the House of Ideas isn’t messing around. Such is the case with Marvel Legacy #1, a monumental one-shot slated to hit shelves this fall that intends on showing us how it’s “all connected.”

I say that because the publisher intends on taking us back to 1,000,000 BC, when “when iconic torch-bearers such as Odin, Iron Fist, Star Brand, Ghost Rider, Phoenix, Agamotto, and Black Panther come together for the startling origin of the Marvel Universe.” From the sound of that,
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Marvel's Spider-Man: Disney Xd Previews New Young Spidey Series

Your friendly neighborhood Spider-Man is back. Recently, Disney Xd released a new sneak peek for their upcoming TV show Marvel's Spider-Man.The new animated series will follow Peter Parker from the beginning, as he transforms from an insecure teenager to a courageous superhero. The show is being produced by Alan Fine, Dan Buckley, Joe Quesada, and Jeph Loeb.Read More…
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Disney's Guardians of the Galaxy Ride Is Not Connected to the McU

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Disney's Guardians of the Galaxy Ride Is Not Connected to the McU
Disney is getting ready to unveil their latest attraction, Guardians of the Galaxy Mission: Breakout, on the eager public soon. The ride is taking the place of Disney's Twilight Zone Tower of Terror ride that had been a staple of Disney's California Adventure for years. There are tons of cool Easter eggs and fun things for fans of the Marvel Cinematic Universe to enjoy, as revealed during a recent preview of the attraction. But don't get too excited over some of the things being teased in the ride, because it is not actually part of the McU.

Joe Rohde, a creative executive at Walt Disney Imagineering who helped create the ride, recently spoke with i09 about Guardians of the Galaxy Mission: Breakout. Because James Gunn directed and helped create the attraction, with the stars of the movie turning up to play their respective parts, it was reasonable to assume that
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Ant-Man: animated shorts coming to Disney Xd

Rob Leane May 23, 2017

Ant-Man will shrink onto the small screen, for a series of shorts on Disney Xd...

Fittingly enough, Ant-Man is going to flit between the big and small screens. Scott Lang is shrinking to telly size for Disney Xd, to appear in a series of shorts entitled Marvel's Ant-Man.

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Josh Keaton (heard recently in Ben-10 and Voltron: Legendary Defender) will step into Paul Rudd's shoes to voice crook-turned-hero Scott.

The shorts will follow on from the events of Peyton Reed's 2015 Ant-Man movie, but, as with the Guardians Of The Galaxy animated series, we wouldn't expect them to be officially canonical with the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The cinematic sequel Ant-Man And The Wasp, we expect, won't need to shape its script to account for these events.

Entertainment Weekly broke the news,
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Hasbro unveils Sdcc exclusive Marvel Legends Series 12-Inch Daredevil

Hasbro has released a batch of promotional images for its upcoming Marvel Legends Series 12-Inch Daredevil action figure, which is set for release this July as a San Diego Comic-Con exclusive, and comes with 30 points of articulation and various accessories, along with premium packaging designed by Marvel’s Chief Creative Officer, Joe Quesada.

Protect the citizens of Hell’s Kitchen from ever-impending danger with the Marvel Legends Series 12-inch Daredevil Figure. This impressively detailed figure features more than 30 points of articulation for heroic poses and display, and comes in premium red packaging with braille on the back and original artwork by Marvel’s Chief Creative Officer, Joe Quesada. Maximize this figure’s potential with its 12 character-inspired accessories, including an alternate head, alternate hands, and a baton. Includes 12-inch scale figure, 12 accessories, and 2 posters. The Marvel Legends Series 12-inch Daredevil Figure will be for sale at San Diego Comic-Con 2017. Following the convention,
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Marvel Legacy To Bring Publishing Line Back To Its Roots

A few months back, we reported on a rumor stating that the House of Ideas would be returning many of its top titles to their classic numbering in a post-Secret Empire world. Well, that turned out to be 100% true as Marvel Legacy was announced this past weekend at one of the biggest shows around, C2E2.

But before the wealth of the publishing line reverts back to original numbering as opposed to the annual relaunches we’ve grown accustomed to, a 50-page one-shot by Jason Aaron and Esad Ribic dubbed Marvel Legacy #1 will spearhead the movement and is set to include “the Earth-shattering return of a beloved Marvel mainstay,” causing many to believe this has something to do with the Fantastic Four.

Often referred to as “Marvel’s first family,” Mr. Fantastic, the Invisible Woman, the Human Torch and the Thing are referred to as such because they were the
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