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This Week in Marvel Unlimited

12 July 2016 4:14 PM, PDT | LatinoReview | See recent LatinoReview news »

On top of all the new releases this week in Marvel Unlimited, including the final issue of Secret Wars, I wanted to re-read a few issues of one of my favorite comics “Ms. Marvel”. Set in New Jersey, it details the rise of one Kamala Khan, bringing her from your average teenager dealing with all the pressures of being a young woman to, thanks to a cloud of Terrigan Mist, taking over the mantle of Ms. Marvel from Carol Danvers.

I fell in love with this comic from page one. Much like how Stan Lee presented Peter Parker in Amazing Fantasy #15 all those years ago, G. Willow Wilson and company present a character that anyone can relate to. She’s awkward, dealing with the feelings young kids get when they first realize others can be attractive. She has family that she feels is overbearing but she loves them nonetheless. She »

- Tim Jousma

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Thor Odinson returns in Marvel’s Unworthy Thor

9 July 2016 8:00 PM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Thor Odinson is set to headline his own new ongoing title this October, with Jason Aaron and Olivier Coipel teaming up for the Mighty Thor companion series Unworthy Thor, which gets underway in October.

Thor’s escape and captivity is revealed to be at the hands of none other than cosmic archiver the Collector. Follow Thor’s journey to becoming a hero once more. But he’s not taking Jane’s place: Unworthy Thor is expressly a companion series to Mighty Thor. The Odinson is forging his own path, and will even wield his own hammer… one that actually has some pretty huge connections to the Pre-Secret Wars Marvel universe.

Unworthy Thor #1 is set for release in October.

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- Gary Collinson

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Marvel releasing Prostate Cancer Awareness variant covers in September

22 June 2016 6:10 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Marvel Entertainment has announced that it is teaming up with The American Cancer Society to commemorate National Prostate Cancer Awareness Month this September with a series of variant covers to help bring awareness and combat the disease.

“Working with The American Cancer Society, we learned that more than 2 million men in the Us count themselves as prostate cancer survivors and it’s an honor to continue bringing awareness to further increase the survival rate,” said David Gabriel, Svp Sales & Marketing, Marvel. “We hope that all our fans take a moment during the month of September to educate themselves, as well as their loved ones, on how they can work with their healthcare provider on how to combat this disease.”

“The American Cancer Society is honored to be invited to work with Marvel to raise awareness of prostate cancer this September,” said Dr. Richard Wender, Chief Cancer Control Officer for the American Cancer Society. »

- Gary Collinson

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5 Heroes Stronger Than Hulk And Thor That The McU Should Introduce

18 June 2016 11:15 AM, PDT | ComicBookMovie.com | See recent ComicBookMovie news »

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Comic Book Reviews: Marvel Round Up Week

2 June 2016 6:22 AM, PDT | LatinoReview | See recent LatinoReview news »

Here are some Marvel Comics I got to read for the week of May 25.

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Totally Awesome Hulk #6

Story: Greg Pak Art: Mike Choi Colors: Andrew Crossley

Review: Greg Pak turns in another fun chapter in the “Chulks” life, as Amadeus experiences the fun “misunderstanding/fight/team up against villain” encounter with Thor. Last issue Hulk was brainwashed into doing something pretty bad for Enchantress and now he must make things right. The story loosely ties into the struggles Thor is going through in her own book at the moment with Malekith nicely, and I enjoyed the continuity there. Mike Choi continues to deliver some absolutely spectacular art and really is a stand out to keep an eye on, along with the beautiful colors by Andrew Crossley. The series continues to be entertaining and nice departure from the old “Hulk Smash” story lines. »

- Jeremy Scully

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Marvel unveils Death of X variant covers featuring Nightcrawler, Colossus and Jean Grey

10 May 2016 5:00 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

This July, Marvel will celebrate its Death of X storyline with a series of variant covers across twenty of its regular titles, and the publisher has given fans a sneak peek at three in Daredevil #9 By Rahzzah (featuring Nightcrawler), Mighty Thor #9 by Tradd Moore (featuring Colossus), and Uncanny Inhumans #12 by Harvey Tolibao (featuring Jean Grey).

The full list of titles receiving Death of X variant covers are:

– All-New X-Men #11

– All-New, All-Different Avengers #12

– Amazing Spider-Man #15

– Black Panther #4

Captain America: Steve Rogers #3

– Daredevil #9

– Deadpool #15

Doctor Strange #10

– Extraordinary X-Men #12

Guardians of the Galaxy #10

– Invincible Iron Man #11

Mighty Thor #9

– New Avengers #13

– Old Man Logan #8

– Power Man and Iron Fist #6

– Spider-Man #6

– The Astonishing Ant-Man #10

– Uncanny Avengers #11

– Uncanny Inhumans #12

– Uncanny X-Men #10

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- Gary Collinson

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Marvel teases Civil War II with Thor ‘Choose Your Side’ promo image

2 March 2016 1:35 PM, PST | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

With Civil War II set to erupt this June, the heroes of the Marvel Universe will soon have to choose their side, and Marvel has released a teaser image for the big summer event featuring the Mighty Thor

See Also: Preview of Marvel’s Fcbd Civil War II #1

The Marvel Universe is at a crossroads. A new power has emerged, one that can predict the future—for good or ill— and the heroes of the Marvel Universe are faced with a choice: Wield the power of “predictive justice” to change the future as they see fit, or reject it and allow tomorrow to unfold unaltered.

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- Gary Collinson

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Mindy Newell is Just Ramblin’ On

18 January 2016 10:00 AM, PST | Comicmix.com | See recent Comicmix news »

Sometimes a writer can sit in front of the computer screen for hours, fingers poised on the keyboard, and – nothing happens. Not a word, not a syllable. Not a random thought, not a brainstorm. There’s not one single idea that can be expanded upon, not a hint of anything that seems at least remotely interesting.

Hmm, here’s something.

Did you read Denny’s column last week, the one about the Mighty Marvel Method? This writer came late to that particular game; in fact, I didn’t even know it existed, and the first time I heard the words “Marvel style” – another way to describe the “method” – I didn’t have a clue, though I was familiar with what a “script” was, having read numerous plays, including a whole lotta Shakespeare, in high school and college. I do think that, for novices, the best way to learn how to »

- Mindy Newell

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