I beat Shocker in #MarvelHeroes and got a card that unlocked Old Lace. This game is like every #Marvel thing I’ve ever wanted. #gaming #comics #dinosaurs #runaways #cable
Thursday morning Sugarman!
Cable and Deadpool and gore and insanity! Exciting!
Get ready, Marvel fans! The Merc with a Mouth will be coming into your home this summer in his brand new video game! Check out these mind-blowing images from the upcoming game featuring Deadpool, Cable, and his beloved Death. And get the full scoop on the game and more exclusive images here!
Will you be able to handle Deadpool’s very first video game?
YES YOU ARE THE MOST CORRECT EVER.
I hope you crushed his heart into a million little pieces and every one of those pieces was kinetically charged and exploded inside him and he then realized the error of his ways. He will pine over you for decades. You will go on to find the true love you deserve, a person with whom you can read volumes of Cable Classic together in front of a roaring fire and love life.
You have done well.
That is a very good question! Deadpool is…Deadpool. He’s fun to use and very wacky, but he’s certainly not the best character strategy-wise in Marvel: Avengers Alliance. On the other hand, Cable is actually pretty amazing in PVP if used correctly and excellent in everyday use. I’m about to level Cable up to 11 (DP’s currently level 10 as well) and he’s pretty great.
My advice: go with Cable!
It’s a toss-up between Cable and Deadpool. :)
Oh my good lord, that Cable and Deadpool shirt is just going to murder me with its adorableness. Nicole - please save me one!
Just added to our arsenal of Marvel kawaii chibi awesomeness: Storm, Magneto and Mystique! Mens and womens tees available!
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You’ll be hearing tons about Marvel NOW! in the coming months. This image, by Marvel Chief Creative Officer Joe Quesada, is a cool teaser and just the tip of the iceberg. Read the full interview on Marvel.com and stay tuned to Marvel.com and the Marvel social channels during Comic-Con next week for more! Who do you think should be on the Uncanny Avengers team?
Beginning in October 2012, Marvel starts a bold new chapter in its history, with Marvel NOW!, a publishing initiative extending into 2013 that will touch every major Marvel character from the Avengers to the X-Men to Spider-Man to the Fantastic Four and beyond.
Marvel.com spoke with Marvel Chief Creative Officer Joe Quesada, Editor-in-Chief Axel Alonso and Senior VP – Executive Editor Tom Brevoort to get all the details on what to expect from Marvel NOW!
Marvel.com: In your words, what is Marvel NOW!?
Axel Alonso: Marvel NOW! is the next chapter in the ongoing saga of the Marvel Universe. From October through February, we’ll provide at least one great reason for readers—old, lapsed or new—to go into a comic store each week: a new issue #1, featuring an exciting new creative team and driving concept, that’s an easy entry-point into the Marvel Universe. Each and every one of these launches is built to last.
Tom Brevoort: Marvel NOW! is a coordinated creative refresh across our entire publishing line, a unique moment in which the creative reins on virtually all of our quintessential series are being passed from one person to another. As a result, there’ll be both the excitement and uncertainty of seeing a new creative partnership handle characters and series that have been in other hands consistently for many years. And at the same time, this is the perfect instance for readers both new and lapsed to dip their toes back into the Marvel pool, in that all of these creators are going to be beginning their story-cycles during this time, so it’s about a clean a point of entry as there’s ever likely to be.
Joe Quesada: Marvel NOW! is the next step in Marvel story evolution and character evolution. It’s not a reboot. It is a universe-shifting catch-all, which really just tells fans that if you enjoyed Avengers vs. X-Men, get ready for what the outcome is because there’s some major, major changes coming to the Marvel Universe. A lot of changes to the character status quos, alter egos, costumes, creator shifts, design shifts, the way that we do our covers, digital shifts and the way we start delivering our books. We’re continuing with our evolution push as we start to embrace more and more of the digital world and its technology; the sky’s the limit with Infinite Comics, AR, and all sorts of things. As the technology changes we’re going to change with it and our fans are going to eventually tell us what it is that they really love out of all those things that we’re playing with. But it’s a big shift because it’s not just story and character. There’s also the way we tell our stories and the way we deliver our stories that are starting to change as well.
Ever is impossible to speak to. That’s, like, a long time. So…maybe? But I have no definite info for ya, sorry.
If you go digital, we’re always adding Cable comics and collections to the Marvel digital comics shop and app.
Favorite super hero: Cable.
Favorite super villain: M.O.D.O.K.
Dear Mighty Fine: Damn you and your ridiculously wonderful Marvel shirts.
Sure, there are times when all you want out of life is a taco. But friends come a close second.
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I was a guest on my buddy Pat Loika’s Loikamania podcast this week. It was fun and I got kinda heated about comic book journalism stuff. Also, we talked about tacos and Cable and my job and what have you.
I was also on Chris Snider’s Just Talking podcast this week. Also fun!
And Chris Baker, who runs the blog, wrote a haiku about Scarlet Spider:
Ben Reilly wondered,
“Am I Spidey? Or a clone?”
He fought crime. Then died.
Cable vs. Captain America!
This is Ed McGuinness’ cover to AVENGERS: X-SANCTION #1, on sale December 14. So psyched for this.