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This April, WOMEN OF MARVEL #1 will spotlight iconic characters from the X-Men to the Avengers in a collection of tales by an all-female lineup of incredible talent from throughout the entertainment industry. And today on International Women’s Day, Marvel is proud to reveal new variant covers and share more details about the incredible special.  

Last fall, the announcement of the upcoming graphic novel inspired by the titans of thrash metal’s landmark 1987 album dominated the news cycle across the music and pop culture landscape. The Among the Living graphic novel pulls together a who’s who of names from around comics and music for a track-by-track storyline inspired by one of heavy metal’s most iconic albums, with the full creative lineup announced today. An anthology narrated by longtime mascot “The Not Man” newly designed by Greg Nicotero (The Walking Dead) and written by Jimmy Palmiotti (Harley Quinn, Blondie: Against the Odds) and illustrated by classic Aliens artist Nelson;Among the Living unites bandmembers Joey Belladonna, Frank Bello, Charlie... 

This May, the Marvel Universe will be reborn without the Avengers in HEROES REBORN, a bold new super hero saga from mastermind creators Jason Aaron and Ed McGuiness. In a world where the Avengers never assembled, the Squadron Supreme has taken their place as Earth’s mightiest heroes, including Power Princess!  

This May, HEROES REBORN will welcome readers to a world without Avengers! Rising up to take their place as Earth’s Mightiest Heroes will be the Squadron Supreme in a startling new vision of the Marvel Universe brought to you by super hero masterminds Jason Aaron and Ed McGuiness.  

Last week’s reprints of the bestselling series Crossover by Donny Cates (Venom, Thor) and Geoff Shaw (Thanos Wins) with Dee Cunniffe (Redneck) and John. J. Hill (Nailbiter) sent a surge of new customers to stores interested in picking up the series everyone is talking about. Image Comics will rush Crossover #4 back to print in order to keep up with the growing readership.  

Mega popular cover artist Peach Momoko made her highly-anticipated writing and interior art debut in DEMON DAYS: X-MEN #1! The Marvel’s Stormbreaker artist invited fans to enter a breathtaking new vision of the Marvel Universe complete with her extraordinary versions of the X-Men, the Avengers, Venom, and more.  

Here’s a first look at “Justice Society: World War II,” the next entry in the popular series of the DC Universe Movies. This quartet of images highlights the true ensemble nature of the film.  

Writer Gerry Duggan and artist Phil Noto’s action-packed run on CABLE will reach its explosive climax this June. While the rest of the X-Men gear up for the highly-anticipated Hellfire Gala, young Nathan Summers will have to contend with his grizzled war veteran future self in CABLE #12. The past and future of Nathan Summers will finally collide in a game-changing confrontation that will set this iconic character on a new path!  

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. This exploration of never-before-seen corners of the Alien universe will entertain both longtime fans and newcomers to the legendary horror/science-fiction saga as writer Phillip Kennedy Johnson and artist Salvador Larroca tell an all-new tale of the titan of horror and science fiction that has scared audiences for decades.  

Warner Bros. has announced they are going the reboot the Superman franchise. With author and journalist Ta-Nehisi Coates writing and J.J Abrams’ Bad Robot label producing, there is still no word of a director attached to the project. Deadline reports that the project is a “reboot” of the Superman “Man of Steel” film. It is unclear if Henry Cavill will return as Supes again. Coates is responsible for a couple of Marvel Comics series ranging from Captain America to Black Panther. There are rumors going around that Michael B. Jordan might be up for wearing the cape and tights. IGN reported that Michael B. Jordan was being considered to play Superman when Henry Cavill was considering leaving... 

Per the website Deadline, reports are leaking that Warner Bros. has brought in Ta-Nehisi Coates and J.J. Abrams to Re boot The MAN OF STEEL!  

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