The only Avengers book I’ve been reading regularly since the end of Secret Wars is All-New All-Different Avengers. That is mostly because of the presence of Miles Morales. (I read Uncanny Avengers for about 5 minutes before Peter Parker/Spider-Man left the team.) And much like I mentioned in my Spider-Women Alpha review, I’m a sucker for crossovers, especially those that interrupt my regular monthly readings with tie-ins. As such, I’ve been reading the Avengers Standoff event. Some spoilers and thoughts on the latest chapter, Uncanny Avengers #8, after the break.
No theme to this post, just trying to clue up some odds and ends. After the cut I will take a look at series final issues: Red Skull #3, Amazing Spider-Man: Renew Your Vows #4-5, Captain Marvel And The Carol Corps #3-4 and Deadpool’s Secret Secret Wars #4
Be sure to check out our latest Secret Wars Power Rankings, which also features links to the other parts of my read through.
Continuing my Friday afternoon filler with cameos that don’t quite make the cut to be included in the Spider-Man Complete Chronology.
After the break see such groundbreaking panels as:
- Peter saying hello!
- Peter saying nothing!
- Peter saying nothing, but thinking something!
- Peter in someone else’s book for no reason other than his Spider-Sense to go off!
Can’t wait until next week to get a taste of the premiere of
Inhumans Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.? After the cut, you can watch the opening scene from next Tuesdays episode.
Black Widow:Forever Red features all the heart-pounding adventure readers expect from Marvel, written by #1 New York Times best-selling author Margaret Stohl. Uncover a new side of the Marvel Universe that will thrill loyal fans and newcomers alike, as Stohl reveals the untold story of Black Widow for the very first time.
See full synopsis after the break:
Cartoon Network a number of years back spun-off a line of late night shows, many only about ten minutes per episode, under the “Adult Swim” umbrella. A number of their short original programming often looks crudely animated (on purpose), and may require some substances illegal in most states to really enjoy. One such show that is neither ten minutes long nor requires such stimulation is The Venture Brothers.
The Venture Brothers is often hilarious, and much of it comes across as a distorted Geek pop culture argument on acid.
Fear not true believers, my obsession with the Spider-Man Complete Chronology and posts you won’t read has not wavered, just been waylayed by Convergence and Secret Wars.
After the break, check out some cameos that Spidey has made in the Marvel Universe over the years that are not significant enough to include in the reading order.
Three classified areas remain on Battleworld as Marvel confirmed the last 8 announced zones.
Marvel Films recently cut a deal with Sony to get some of the rights back for their flagship character and allow Spider-Man to appear in their movies alongside the Avengers. There’s been plenty of speculation all over the dang place as to what this means aside from the idea that the most obvious place to insert Spidey into the Marvel Cinematic Universe is in the upcoming Captain America: Civil War.
Now, Ryan has added his own speculation on what this means going forward for the MCU. I don’t follow a lot of spoiler stuff online outside of Gabbing Geek, but I have some thoughts of my own.