Hot on the heels of the leaked Civil War images, Marvel unveiled some pretty exciting news, via the NY Times. Ta-Nehisi Coates, correspondent from the Atlantic, Black author and overall Marvel super-fan, will pen the new Black Panther series along with artist, Brian Stelfreeze.
Fox announced the Assassins Creed film nearly two years ago with Michael Fassbender at the helm. It’s needless to say the first official image released was a long time coming.
I’ll be the first to admit, I haven’t been pleased with Marvel’s comic lineup as of late. Besides the wildly popular Secret Wars and A-Force titles, Marvel hasn’t been on the vanguard of evolved storytelling, and as a long time fan, that was disappointing to acknowledge.
That said, Marvel announced their latest endeavor Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur, and I pretty much lost my sh*t!
The Justice League aren’t my standard heroes of choice. The roster boasts itself with Apex heroes; mighty, infallible heroic additions. But when Cyborg was introduced in The New 52 as a part of the new Justice League, I suddenly took interest in their adventures. Since then we’ve seen the evolution of what could be one of comics’ most dynamic characters, and he’s finally received his own book.
Shortly after reports of Fox’s newly established cinematic universe, and a potential X-Men/Fantastic Four crossover, things seem to be quickly falling apart. It was announced that Fox has placed an embargo for all Fantastic Four reviews for a day prior to the films release. This does not bode well for Fox. Embargoes are rarely used for films and when they are, it’s usually an indication that the said film isn’t any good.