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Marvel Comics

  1. Review: Marvel Comics’ Angela: Asgard’s Assassin #2-5

    Ah, quality, how I’ve missed thee!

    With five issues under its belt and its first arc nearly complete, Angela: Asgard’s Assassin continues to be a standout comic book series on every level in terms of artwork, character, and story.

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  2. Pull Wisely: The Mary Sue’s Weekly Comic Counsel and Chat

    Ms. Marvel! Thor! Lumberjanes! And more!

    It’s time for Pull Wisely (why yes, that is an Indiana Jones reference), where we give you short snippets of which comics we’re looking forward to each week—and then ask for your recommendations in the comments.

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  3. Things We Saw Today: The World’s Most Adorable Scarlet Witch

    Collector Corps, assemble!

    So cute! So badass!

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  4. Marvel’s Captain Marvel & Carol Corps Welcomes Jem‘s Kelly Thompson As Co-Writer

    Captain Marvel's about to get truly outrageous.

    Now that she's already got an awesome book on her hands with Jem and the Holograms, comics writer Kelly Thompson will be making her Marvel debut as co-writer on Captain Marvel & The Carol Corps along with Kelly Sue Deconnick and David Lopez.

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  5. The Mary Sue Exclusive Interview: Marvel’s Sana Amanat and Author James Patterson on Why YA Lit Fans Will Love the Complex Female Characters of Max Ride: First Flight

    Max Ride: First Flight is Marvel's newest lady-led comic offering, and it soars into shops today. We had the chance to speak with some of the creative team about the new book, YA literature, and what Marvel is doing to bring more female readers to the world of comics.

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  6. The Mary Sue Exclusive: Comixology’s Recent Marvel Sale Boasted 7 Out of 10 Female-Led Titles in the Top 10

    Last month, digital comics retailer Comixology did a buy one, get one free sale for any and all Marvel titles. Who made the top 10? Hint: it wasn't Wolverine.

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  7. Pull Wisely: The Mary Sue’s Weekly Comic Counsel And Chat

    So many girl gangs this week!

    It’s time for Pull Wisely (why yes, that is an Indiana Jones reference), where we give you short snippets of which comics we’re looking forward to each week – and then ask for your recommendations in the comments.

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  8. Just Because You Can, Doesn’t Mean You Should

    C'mon now.

    You may not be surprised to learn that we don't like Frank Cho's Spider-Gwen sketch cover - but you may be surprised as to why.

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  9. Clark Gregg Joins The Women of Marvel Podcast To Talk About His Nerdy, STEM-Loving Teen Daughter

    And his female role models.

    We love Clark Gregg - not just because he plays the director of SHIELD, but also because he's just an all-around nice human. He stopped by the Women of Marvel podcast this week to talk with social media manager Adri Cowan and Marvel.com producer Judy Stephens all about what it's like parenting a teen daughter who's into tech and science, his female role models, and more.

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  10. Review: Marvel’s Black Vortex Crossover Event Is Slowly Letting Us Down

    Credit where credit’s due: they made me feel sorry for Ronan the Accuser.

    So, remember in my last review how I called The Black Vortex event “refreshing,” “engrossing” and “engaging?” Yeah… I take that back now.

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  11. Pull Wisely: The Mary Sue’s Weekly Comic Counsel And Chat

    The Ninth Doctor gets his own comic? Fantastic!

    It’s time for Pull Wisely (why yes, that is an Indiana Jones reference), where we give you short snippets of which comics we’re looking forward to each week – and then ask for your recommendations in the comments.

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  12. President Obama Professes His Love for Comics Via Email, Asks for Supporters’ “Origin Stories”

    Barack Obama, president of DGAF.

    I love me some laid-back, no-more-campaigns-to-run, do-whatever-I-please, last-two-years-in-office president Barack Obama. Not that the president's love for comics was ever a better kept secret than Superman's real identity, but he'll pretty much say anything these days, which has resulted in a recent mass email involving Spider-Man, Conan, and a direct comparison between his supporters and superheroes.

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  13. The First Image of Ryan Reynolds’ Deadpool in Costume is Perfect

    "If the Internet could see us like this, it would have fits."

    With its February 2016 release date less than a year away, the Deadpool movie is finally becoming more real than the voices in Deadpool's head. Here's our first look at Ryan Reynolds in costume from the actor itself, and it's perfectly suited to Deadpool's sense of humor.

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  14. The Post-Secret Wars Avengers Have Been Fully Revealed!

    Amazing! Spectacular! Ultimate, even.

    After teasing us all with a silhouetted cover earlier in the week, Marvel has finally revealed the lineup of the "All New, All Different" Avengers, and it's got some universe-shaking implications.

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  15. Marvel Reveals First Look at Post-Secret Wars Avengers Team Including New Thor & Ms. Marvel

    The new, new, new, new, new, new, new, new, new, new, new, new, new, new, new, Avengers!

    Our first shadowy look at Marvel's "All-New, All-Different Avengers" has been released, and two of our favorite players are involved!

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  16. Pizza Dog Finally Gets His Own Marvel Select Figure, All’s Right With the World

    Bro!

    In search of an animal companion to snarf down pizzas with? After appearing in some Disney stores, a Marvel Select Lucky the Dog figurine is now also available for online order from The Marvel Shop for $24.95 (Hawkguy included).

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  17. Chris Sims Goes on “Voluntary” Leave From Comics Alliance as Valerie D’Orazio Leaves Twitter

    After the shocking events of last week, it seems both Chris Sims and Valerie D'Orazio have decided to cool their internet presences for a while.

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  18. Mashup Artist Butcher Billy Reimagines Classic Pop Icons as Marvel Heroes

    Not only do these covers make some great references—dated as some of them may be—but Butcher Billy's perfect vintage-looking comic art really sells the concept. I totally buy this as a weird Marvel alternate universe thing, and I won't lie; I'd be 100% into it.

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  19. Lady Thor Outsells Dude Thor, Surprising No One

    Except maybe the folks who still insist that no one wants to buy female-led comics.

    Thor as a character never really seemed to be my bag, which is the only reason why I have yet to pick up the current Jason Aaron run on the character. But that hasn't stopped a BUNCH of other people from buying the title! In fact, according to Comichron, new Thor's first four issues outsold the last four issues of male Thor's last standalone, God of Thunder, by nearly 20,000 copies - not including digital sales!

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  20. The Nightly Show Aired A Beautiful Take-Down Of Trolls Who Can’t Stand Diversity In Comics

    Hip-hop artist Jean Grae, comedian Mike Lawrence, Angela: Asgard's Assassin artist Phil Jimenez, and Marvel’s director of content and character development Sana Amanat showed up on Comedy Central's The Nightly Show to talk about the pushback against comics' move toward inclusivity and racial and gender diversity.

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