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iWolverine (Marvel)

WOLVERINE’s android counterpart returns in iWOLVERINE #1 this May

This May will see the return of Marvel’s robot Wolverine as the character gets his own title, iWolverine. At a time when no robot is safe in the Marvel Universe it seems that maybe the tide is about to turn.

Get all the details on the upcoming title from Larry Hama and Roland Boschi in the press release below!


Larry Hama and Roland Boschi team up for a new Albert story for a new robot era!

Marvel in the year 2020 marches on! In the wake of Arno Stark’s crusade against A.I.s, no robot is safe. Fearing of Elsie-Dee’s safety in these tumultuous times, Albert, the robot Wolverine, goes to Madripoor to find her… but what he finds is a fight against Madripoor’s criminal underbelly instead! IWOLVERINE 2020 #1, written by Marvel legend Larry Hama with art by Roland Boschi, will hit comic shops this May!

Hama shared his excitement over penning a new story for Albert and Elsie-Dee, characters he co-created with Marc Silvestri, with CBR.com: “I’m super amped to be returning to two of my favorite supporting characters from my ’90s WOLVERINE run. Elsie-Dee and Albert started out as an odd, Bizarro version of Wolvie and Jube, but they quickly developed lives of their own, and their dialog was gosh-darn fun to write. Exhilarating to be able to dip into this particular font again, and I’m having a blast.”

Have a look at the cover by Juan José Ryp!

iWolverine 2020 #1
IWOLVERINE 2020 (2020) #1

IWOLVERINE 2020 #1, written by Larry Hama with art by Roland Boschi, goes on sale in May! Stay tuned to Marvel.comfor news about all upcoming comic releases!


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Amazing Spider-Man (Marvel Comics)

MARVEL reveals cover art for two Free Comic Book Day titles

Marvel has unveiled covers for two of its upcoming titles which will be available on Free Comic Book Day 2020.

First up, the publisher will release a special Spidey-issue that brings together Spider-Man, Venom, and Black Cat back for an adventure through Manhattan. We don’t have more details on the story, but the creative team includes Venom writer Donny Cates and Amazing Spider-Man artists Ryan Stegman and Patrick Gleason, additionally Black Cat writer Jed MacKay will be involved.

Next up is a new X-Men story from writer Jonathan Hickman and his House of X collaborator, artist Pepe Larraz. The story is set to feature the likes of Magik, Rogue, Nightcrawler, Storm, and Wolverine and will also feature another story that leads into a new project from writer Tom Taylor and artist Iban Coello.

Free Comic Book Day 2020 takes places on May 2.


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New Mutants (20th Century Studios)

New poster artwork for NEW MUTANTS debuts

Following the release of an exciting second trailer, 20th Century Studios and new partners Walt Disney Studios have released a new poster for Josh Boone’s New Mutants.

Similar to the first poster it features the main cast of the X-Men spin-off looking highly stylised and sufficiently moody. Look carefully inside the text and you might get to see a little more than you bargained for!

New Mutants stars Anya Taylor-Joy, Maisie Williams, Charlie Heaton, Blu Hunt, Henry Zaga, and Alice Braga. The film is directed by Josh Boone from a screenplay by Boone and Knate Lee. Production credits go to Simon Kinberg, Lauren Schuler Donner and Karen Rosenfelt.


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Patrick Stewart has met with Kevin Feige and talked X-MEN

Time for some news which nobody saw coming: Sir Patrick Stewart has revealed he recently met with Kevin Feige to talk all things Marvel, including X-Men and Professor Xavier!

Whilst out on the promotional trail for Star Trek: Picard which hits the UK on Friday, Sir Patrick sat down with Digital Spy for a career spanning interview and he revealed some interesting tidbits of information.

“I met with Kevin Feige a couple of months ago and we had long, long conversations,” he says. “And there have been moves and suggestions, which include Charles Xavier.”

But it’s not all great news as the actor went on to say Here’s the problem. If we had not made Logan, then yes, I would probably be ready to get into that wheelchair one more time and be Charles Xavier,” Stewart adds. “But Logan changed all that.”

Lamenting on the filming of Logan, Sir Patrick reminisced about filming his final scenes as Charles. “Hugh took my hand, and we held hands with the last seven or eight minutes of the film because there was so many things we were upset about,” he explains. “We were moved by the story. We were moved by one another. We were moved by the movie. But we also both made the decision that we were saying goodbye to our characters as well. In that sense, it was not just the deaths of those two men in the franchise, but it was also goodbye to our part in them as well.”

So whilst he may have talked Professor X with Feige it may not lead to another appearance any time soon. For now we continue to watch and wait for news as to where the X-Men will make their debut in the MCU.


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The second trailer for NEW MUTANTS has arrived

Finally, over two years after the release of the first trailer, we have our second look at director Josh Boone’s upcoming New Mutants.

The film is the first Marvel property to be released following Disney’s takeover of 20th Century Fox. The film had been undergoing a turbulent time as Fox reportedly looked to heavily alter the narrative through reshoots.

Recently, Boone confirmed that the version of the film which will hit cinemas in April will be his original vision.

New Mutants stars Anya Taylor-Joy, Maisie Williams, Charlie Heaton, Blu Hunt, Henry Zaga, and Alice Braga. The film is directed by Josh Boone from a screenplay by Boone and Knate Lee. Production credits go to Simon Kinberg, Lauren Schuler Donner and Karen Rosenfelt.


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New Mutants

Josh Boone confirms NEW MUTANTS will be his vision for the movie

After confirming that the second trailer for New Mutants will arrive on Monday, director Josh Boone has further discussed the upcoming April release.

When a fan asked Boone if the version of the film coming to theatres would be his “og” vision he responded confirming “I wouldn’t be promoting it here if it wasn’t.”

After several delays, an abundance of rumours about reshoots and the eventual sale of 20th Century Fox to Walt Disney, it seems Boone’s original vision for the film has returned and is fully intact. We’ll know much more when the trailer arrives on Monday.

For now, here’s that initial trailer for the film released back in October 2017!

New Mutants stars Anya Taylor-Joy, Maisie Williams, Charlie Heaton, Blu Hunt, Henry Zaga, and Alice Braga. The film is directed by Josh Boone from a screenplay by Boone and Knate Lee. Production credits go to Simon Kinberg, Lauren Schuler Donner and Karen Rosenfelt.


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New Mutants (20th Century Fox)

Josh Boone confirms second NEW MUTANTS trailer is coming Monday

The first trailer for New Mutants debuted back in October of 2017 and brought the promise of an exciting new entry to the X-Men franchise. Following that trailer things went wildly off track and a series of delays saw the film pushed back to April 2020.

Many believed that the film would never see the light of day but now it seems we are finally moving forwards.

Director Josh Boone has confirmed rumours that a new trailer for the film will debut on Monday, January 6. The director confirmed the news on his Instagram overnight:

“New trailer supervised by myself, co-writer @knatelee and color corrected by the great @peter_deming arrives January 6th. We’re very excited to share it with you! In theaters everywhere April 3rd!” Boone said in the caption.

In case you had forgotten about it, here’s a reminder of the film’s first trailer.

New Mutants stars Anya Taylor-Joy, Maisie Williams, Charlie Heaton, Blu Hunt, Henry Zaga, and Alice Braga. The film is directed by Josh Boone from a screenplay by Boone and Knate Lee. Production credits go to Simon Kinberg, Lauren Schuler Donner and Karen Rosenfelt.


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Giant-Size X-Men: Magneto (Marvel Comics)

Marvel announces new Magneto-centric GIANT-SIZE X-MEN issue

As the X-Men begin shifting back towards the core Marvel Universe the comics are beginning to reflect the situation soon to play out on the silver screen. With the universe being reset during the Dawn of X/House of X event we’re seeing a new creative power behind-the-scenes.

Now, Marvel has announced a new issue of Giant-Size X-Men which will focus on Magneto. We’ve got all the details for you in the press release below.


MAGNETO UNDERTAKES A NEW MISSION IN HICKMAN AND OLIVER’S GIANT-SIZE X-MEN

The artist-focused X-Men series continues in March with a tale about the master of magnetism!

New York, NY— November 26, 2019 — When Giant-Size X-Men hits stands next year, X-Men fans will get to see Jonathan Hickman’s bold vision for mutantkind unfold in epic adventures told by the industry’s most acclaimed artists. These large-scale but standalone stories will be specifically designed to highlight the artist’s talents, and each issue will focus on a specific character. This March, Hickman will team up with legendary artist Ben Oliver to turn the spotlight on the master of magnetism, Magneto! 

Created by Stan Lee himself, Magneto’s been a fixture in the X-Men mythos since the very beginning. Although he debuted in 1963’s X-MEN #1 as the X-Men’s premiere super villain, he eventually became one of their fiercest members. Under Chris Claremont’s pen, Magneto was equipped with a tragic backstory, shedding light on his motivations and developing him into one of the most complex characters in the Marvel Universe. An unrelenting champion for mutantkind, Magneto once again finds himself leading a mutant nation, but this time, he has all of mutantkind including the X-Men standing at his side. Determined to make this new dream of Krakoa prosper, Magneto must now make dealings with his former sworn enemy— humanity!

Ben Oliver, known for his seminal work on ULTIMATE X-MEN, is the perfect artist to capture the emotion behind Magneto’s new role as mutant ambassador. “It’s been many years since I last worked on an X-Men related project, and I couldn’t be happier than to be working with Jonathan,” Oliver said. “I’ve long been a fan of Jonathan’s work, and Magneto as a character, so to collaborate on this project is fantastic.”

GIANT-SIZE X-MEN: MAGNETO will be the second of five essential one-shots with the first, GIANT-SIZE X-MEN: JEAN GREY AND EMMA FROST debuting in February. Uniting Jonathan Hickman with the best artists in the industry, these stories are destined to be instant classics that fans won’t want to miss! Stay tuned for upcoming announcements about more GIANT-SIZE X-MEN issues coming your way next year and which of your favorite artists will be showcased next! 


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