“Worlds will live. Worlds will die. And the DC Universe will never be the same.” Oops! Sorry, that’s the other guys, as Stan Lee calls them “the Distinguished Competition.” But what Marvel Comics will be embarking on in May accounts to essentially their version of DC’s 1985 mega-event, Crisis on Infinite Earths.
Few walking-dead-reanimated-corpse girls have the charm and wit of Lenore, created with loving care by Roman Dirge. What began as a playful distraction, Lenore has grown to be a cult favorite.
Those who lamented IDW’s loss of the rights to publish Doctor Who comic books may be appeased by what Titan Books has been doing with the property. With three main titles and a fourth on the way, fans of Doctor Who have a lot to be excited about.
Lavishly illustrated, this new comic adaptation has been produced with the full and enthusiastic endorsement of Moorcock himself, who has written an original introduction for this edition.
Just in time for the theatrical release of The Amazing Spider-Man 2, Marvel is rebooting the Spidey universe on the printed page.