Check out the bite-sized podcast preview of this week's new Marvel Comics!

Happy New Comic Book Day, True Believers! Celebrate with Marvel’s The Pull List!

Ryan and Tucker give you bite-sized previews of March 14’s new comic releases, including AVENGERS, OLD MAN LOGAN, STAR WARS: THRAWN, UNBEATABLE SQUIRREL GIRL, and all the other books in stores now!

Here’s the full list of what’s available from Marvel this week:


  • AVENGERS #684
  • FALCON #6
  • MARVEL 2-IN-ONE #4
  • WEAPON X #15
  • X-MEN: BLUE #23




  • MASTER OF KUNG FU (1974) #17-28




  • HAWKEYE #10
  • ICEMAN #5
  • IRON FIST #7
  • ROYALS #7
  • SPIDER-MAN #20
  • X-MEN: GOLD #11

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Mariko Tamaki and Juann Cabal pop the claws!

This July, Laura Kinney forgoes the Wolverine mantle, and returns to the title that made her famous. Prepare for a new beginning with writer Mariko Tamaki and artist Juann Cabal‘s X-23 #1!

Since her debut nearly 15 years ago, Laura has emerged as one of the most dynamic, distinctive, and ferocious characters in the Marvel Universe. Trained to be a weapon, and sporting a signature two claws on each hand, X-23 has been tested against some mighty forces—as a person and as a hero—but never relents, never gives up. And this summer, she’ll begin again.

“I am so psyched to have the opportunity to write for X-23. How often do you get to write a comic that has its own iconic sound effect?” says Tamaki. “This is a story about being in the very weird kind of family that someone like Laura/X-23 finds herself in. It’s about what it means to wrestle with legacy and identity when you were created to be a weapon and not someone with a birthday and a sister. I love writing these characters, I love the ferocity that comes with them, and I love the supporting cast we’ve put together for these issues.”

X-23 #1 Cover by Mike Choi, colors by Jesus Aburtov

Cabal, who’s been illustrating Laura and her sister Gabby—A.K.A. Honey Badger—in the pages of ALL-NEW WOLVERINE alongside writer Tom Taylor, explains his unique perspective on this inspired creative shift: “It’s very exciting to work with a different author’s view of the same character you’ve been working on recently.” He continues, “I feel very lucky to be working with someone as brilliant as Mariko. She has her own voice and ideas, so the series’ tone is going to be different from ALL-NEW WOLVERINE, but you can feel her fondness and respect for the characters. So fans, rest assured! We’ll continue enjoying the Laura and Gabby (and Jonathan the Wolverine) we all know and love!”

Read X-23 #1, by Mariko Tamaki and Juann Cabal, this July! And stay up-to-date with all the exciting announcements coming from Marvel Comics right here!

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Peek at the artist's concept art for Tony Stark: Iron Man!

On June 20, Tony Stark returns—but he’ll look a little different this time.

In TONY STARK: IRON MAN, writer Dan Slott teams up with artist Valerio Schiti to tell a different kind of super hero story. Forged by the future, the cutting-edge hero is always changing, always evolving. So, naturally, the most famous inventor in the Marvel Universe will have a lineup of armors to help him protect the innocent—and achieve his high-flying goals.

Check out this gallery of Schiti’s concept art for a taste of what to expect from the upcoming series…

On June 20, read TONY STARK: IRON MAN #1 by Dan Slott and Valerio Schiti! And stay up-to-date with all the exciting announcements coming from Marvel Comics, right here!

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Charles Soule and David Marquez unravel the mystery!

On April 25, writer Charles Soule and artist David Marquez present HUNT FOR WOLVERINE #1! Reaching across space, time, and all that seems possible, a mystery surrounding the death and life of Wolverine begins to unravel in this oversized one-shot.

Providing the first piece of a mystery that will leave no corner of the Marvel Universe untouched, the RETURN OF WOLVERINE begins here. Just as the X-Men have finally come to terms with Logan’s death, they learn a terrible secret. Old wounds will be re-opened, truths questioned, and an epic quest begun. The earliest clues to the mystery of Wolverine’s return are laid down here…who will solve it first?

Hunt for Wolverine #1 Cover by Steve McNiven

“It was an honor and a privilege to write ‘Death of Wolverine’ back in 2014, and even maybe a bit of a surprise, considering I hadn’t been writing for Marvel that long at that point. So, back then I was mostly concerned with landing the story well, giving the amazing Steve McNiven cool things to draw, and giving Logan a fitting sendoff. That said, I’d be lying if I didn’t start thinking about ways to get Wolverine out of his adamantium tomb almost as soon as I put him in it,” explains Soule. “The main goal with HUNT FOR WOLVERINE #1 is to set up a huge mystery about the return of Wolverine from the dead. We’ve seen hints, we know he’s around, but how did it happen? What has he been up to? Is the person we’ve been seeing actually Wolverine, or is there something else going on?”

“Naturally, given both that this story leads directly from ‘Death of Wolverine,’ and since Charles—the writer of ‘Death of Wolverine’—is also writing HUNT FOR WOLVERINE, I took a look back at that series to get myself reinvested in Logan’s world,” says Marquez. “But most of all, I’ve been a life-long Wolverine fan, so I always have my own understanding of the character and his story to pull from.” The artist sums it all up: “Wolverine is just so damn cool.”

Hunt for Wolverine is just a piece of the puzzle…

“Wolverine has always been a man of mystery…from his past to his powers, from his motivations to his mortal enemies, every answer has only ever led to more questions. And now, with Wolverine seemingly alive again, his apparent resurrection has people guessing once again. The X-Men want to know how. And why? Is there a reason he has not contacted them? His enemies, who thought they were free of him forever, need to start looking over their shoulders again. And there are plenty of people, both friends and foes, who would have liked to study his adamantium skeleton and his mutant healing factor more closely,” notes Marvel Comics editor-in-chief, C.B. Cebulski. “Will they finally get their chance? Well, they all have to find him first. So the HUNT FOR WOLVERINE is on! Who will eventually get to him? Does he even want to be found? And will they like they discover?”

Read HUNT FOR WOLVERINE #1, by Charles Soule and David Marquez, on April 25! Order now!

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Authors Shannon Hale and Dean Hale talk all things fuzzy!

Doreen Green may seem like your average 14-year-old girl but she’s got a super-powered fuzzy alter-ego that’s just bursting to fight crime! As the Super Hero Squirrel Girl, she has unimaginable powers but also has to deal with the daily life of being a teen. Doreen knows that her life is anything but normal— as if her text-chains with the Avengers weren’t a dead giveaway—always bright-eyed and literally bushy-tailed, she’s ready to take on anything that threatens her family, friends, or little rodent pals.

Authors Shannon Hale and Dean Hale talked with about what it was like writing the newest book in the Squirrel Girl novel series,“The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl: 2 Fuzzy, 2 Furious”—writing from the perspective of a teen, coming up with super heroic animal names, the Avengers’ eating habits—and oh yeah, the authors also happen to be fluent in squirrel. [In case you missed it, read an excerpt here.] Other than the genetically mutated Super Hero part, Doreen is an average 14-year-old girl. Was it hard to get into the mind of a middle-schooler?

Dean Hale: I have no memories of life before the age of 30 and have therefore conducted several long-term brain studies to understand the “lives” of small and medium-sized humans.

Shannon Hale: Conveniently, we have four in-house on which to perform our experiments. Truly, one of the reasons why I love writing for young readers is I do remember a lot of what that felt like and I want to honor that experience for readers that age. Was it harder to write from the point of view of a 14-year-old or from the POV of a squirrel? Seeing as how a big part of this book is told from a squirrel’s eye view.

Dean Hale:  Oh, Doreen’s point of view was harder for sure. Writing Tippy and her pals is like writing personal journal entries. With so much animal-action in the story, this book pits dog lovers against cat fans — which side do you choose?

Shannon Hale: Confession: we have two cats at home. But ultimately we agree with Squirrel Girl—why all the fighting, folks? It’s just silly!

Dean Hale:  With cats in the house, they have the upper paw here. But if I channel my squirrel-self, I would prefer a respectful cavalry-capable dog. One of the opening scenes has Thor eating empanadas — which sounds like you tapped into my dreams. How did you decide that the hand pie was to become one of his favorite foods?

Dean Hale:  Empanadas pack all of the comfort and deliciousness of a mead hall dinner into a convenient portable bundle. Fighting demons and giant serpents is hungry work and a hero doesn’t always have time to stop at an ale-house to replenish.

Shannon Hale: Also, I closed my eyes and tried to imagine the best possible thing in the world. Speaking of Thor, not to give anything away but it’s revealed (through group text, obviously) that the Avengers are in space fighting Thanos. So does this story run parallel to the Infinity War we’ll be seeing on the big screen?

Shannon Hale: Yes! Absolutely! We’re 100% confident that it is! And we have zero authority to make these claims, and yet, here we are! (Note: please do not email us for “Avengers: Infinity Wars” spoilers. We have none.)

Dean Hale: And to be honest, since he is notoriously difficult to deal with, there’s a better-than-average chance that at any given moment, the Avengers are in space fighting Thanos. Squirrel Girl has access to Avengers group texts, which is a comedy within itself. How did you come up with the idea — and how did you come up with the voices for the heroes in the group chat?

Shannon Hale: We both love Ryan North and Erica Henderson’s UNBEATABLE SQUIRREL GIRL comics. They start each issue with a page of twitter interactions between heroes and sometimes villains. We wanted to tap into the spirit of that but keep it middle school, which means—texting. Constant, constant texting. Also it just seemed like a great way to up the comedy. I had a blast writing our version of Winter Soldier and Thor. Which I’m sure is canon now and completely accurate in every way. Right away I noticed Amanat Street — a reference to Marvel’s Sana Amanat — what other Easter eggs might readers find in the book?

Dean Hale: The masses of squirrel names in both books are packed with references to other in-universe characters. Most of them are so obscure or obtuse they likely don’t even qualify as eggs. Easter shells, maybe?

Shannon Hale: Also we named a bunch of squirrels after people who generously donated to the Trevor Project. Good work, squirrel friends! Finally, would you say the fact that Hydra uses Comic Sans for party flyers is a dead giveaway of their evilness?

Shannon Hale: It’s a good point. Hydra is good a lot of things, but graphic design is not one of them.

Dean Hale: We just googled “evil fonts” and chose the first one that wasn’t legit demon script. Or not OBVIOUSLY demon script, anyway.

The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl: 2 Fuzzy, 2 Furiousis available now wherever books are sold. Interested in learning more about Doreen Green, Marvel TL;DR gives you everything you need to know in 2 minutes!

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Dive deep into the beginning of the end for Dan Slott's Amazing Spider-Man!

Happy Friday, True Believers! It’s time for a brand-new episode of This Week in Marvel!

This week, Ryan and Tucker take a look at AMAZING SPIDER-MAN, INFINITY COUNTDOWN, ROGUE & GAMBIT, the latest Marvel news, and more!

Download the episode from, check out Marvel Podcast Centralgrab the TWiM RSS feed, and subscribe to This Week in Marvel on iTunes so you never miss an episode! Then head over to our Soundcloud hub to listen to the entire run of the show!

With new episodes every Friday, This Week in Marvel delivers all the latest Marvel discussion and news about comics, TV, movies, games, toys, and beyond! We want your feedback—as well as questions for us to answer on future episodes—so tweet your questions and comments about the show to @AgentM, @tuckermarkus, or @Marvel with the hashtag #ThisWeekinMarvel!

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The King of Wakanda offers experience and wisdom to a Fantastic Force and fights against Onslaught!

For more than 50 years, the Black Panther has stood at the forefront on the Marvel Universe. With T’Challa appearing on the big screen again this year in both Marvel Studios’ “Black Panther” and “Avengers: Infinity War,” take a look back at over five decades worth of comic book adventures for the King of Wakanda!

Returning to his native Wakanda in FANTASTIC FORCE #4, T’Challa expressed surprise that his government decided to revive a vibranium research facility that proved unsafe in the past. His protests grew more strident in FANTASTIC FORCE #5 as his young charges back in the States battled the Super-Adaptoid.

T’Challa encountered Night Thrasher in NIGHT THRASHER #18, teamed with Black Widow and Thunderstrike in THUNDERSTRIKE #20, and in FANTASTIC FOUR #400, he participated in an all-out struggle between the Celestials and the Watchers, and fought against opponents plucked from different points in the timestream. Afterward, he attended the funeral of his believed-dead friend, Reed Richards.

After playing a role in the Atlantis Rising incident in FANTASTIC FOUR: ATLANTIS RISING #1, T’Challa landed in New York City in FANTASTIC FORCE #10, angry over his protégé Vibraxas’ killing of a street thug and Franklin Richards’ leadership over the team the Panther funded. Mollified somewhat by Franklin handing the reins over to Johnny Storm, The Black Panther joined in a struggle with Lord Moses and his agents in FANTASTIC FORCE #11.

Following the Moses incident, T’Challa traveled with his team to the other-worldly Elsewhen to aid Psi-Lord against the armies of Vangaard in FANTASTIC FORCE #12. Back on Earth, he stopped a mind-controlled She-Hulk during her raid on a museum in FANTASTIC FORCE #13, and, after welcoming her to the group, flew back to Wakanda for the trial of Vibraxas and the deepening situation with the small nation’s Vibranium Research Facility.

Still in his native Wakanda in FANTASTIC FORCE #15, Black Panther fought alongside his young compatriots against a towering monster called the Vibravore, a creature spawned from vibranium metal itself. Psi-Lord became the key to defeating it, but T’Challa possessed no answers to the Wakandan parliament cutting off all funding of Fantastic Force in the aftermath of the Vibravore’s rampage.

Returning once more to the States, the Panther witnessed the emergence of a new Wasp in AVENGERS #394, a radical evolution of Janet Van Dyne’s heroic persona and the arrival of a teenage Tony Stark from another timeline in AGE OF INNOCENCE: THE REBIRTH OF IRON MAN #1. Later, T’Challa encountered Daredevil in OVER THE EDGE #6, and found himself fighting shadow forms that resembled past foes of the Avengers in AVENGERS #400 – a devilish scheme by Loki, god of mischief, to crush the heroes once and for all.

Iron Man (1968) #332

Iron Man (1968) #332

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In IRON MAN #332, T’Challa worked alongside Tony Stark to fashion strong psychic shields for their fellow champions to use against Onslaught’s destructive and intrusive mental powers, and when his old friends the Fantastic Four needed him, Black Panther swept in to aid Nathaniel Richards in FANTASTIC FOUR #416 in a battle with a simulation of the Red Ghost and his apes. In the aftermath of the skirmish, Fantastic Force finally disbanded for good while the massive threat of Onslaught grew.

Finally, the Avengers and other heroes joined with the X-Men to confront the menace directly and en masse in ONSLAUGHT: MARVEL UNIVERSE #1. Though ultimately defeated, Onslaught brought about the disappearance of T’Challa himself, along with several of his closest comrades in the super hero community.

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Dead Souls writer Matthew Rosenberg on what to expect from the series!

On March 14, class is back in session with the release of NEW MUTANTS: DEAD SOULS! Writer Matthew Rosenberg joins artists Adam Gorham and Michael Garland for a six-issue limited series that finds Magik, Wolfsbane, Rictor, Boom-Boom, and Strong Guy diving headfirst into the creepier corners of the Marvel Universe. And to start, they’ll be fighting a horde of zombies after a hurricane…and that’s just the appetizer.

Before this team clashes with agents of the undead, however, we spoke with Mr. Rosenberg about his fondness for the underdogs contained within the group’s ranks, the challenges they’ll be facing, and their unique legacy within the pages of Marvel Comics. Characters like Magik, Wolfsbane, Rictor, Boom-Boom, and Strong Guy aren’t ones we see very often. Can you do a quick rundown of each member and the strengths they bring to the team?

Matthew Rosenberg: First of all, if you aren’t hearing about these five very often it means you aren’t hanging out in my house. Which is good. That would be weird.

The X-corner of the Marvel Universe is particular, in how rich and full all of the characters are. Even the ones who aren’t household names are really unique, fully-formed characters that people identify with and love. So these are some of my all time favorite X-characters, and I know they are a lot of other people’s too. But if you aren’t as up on them as you should be, here’s what I can tell you:

Magik. Illyana Rasputin. The team’s leader. Most known for being a member of the X-Men and the New Mutants. She’s a teleporter, knows some magic, is sometimes the demon queen of the realm known as Limbo, has a giant sword, is Colossus’ little sister, is way goth.

Rictor. Julio Richter. The team’s biggest weapon. Most known for being a member of X-Factor, X-Force, and the New Mutants. He makes earthquakes, has some problems with authority even though his heart’s in the right place, is in a relationship with Shatterstar. Very snarky.

Wolfsbane. Rahne Sinclair. The team’s scout and moral compass. Most known for being a member of X-Men, X-Factor, Excalibur, and the New Mutants. She’s a Scottish werewolf, has strong convictions, is incredibly loyal, is very religious, has some issues with Strong Guy, and has a great accent.

Strong Guy. Guido Carosella. The team’s Strong Guy. Most known for being a member of X-Factor. He’s very strong and can absorb kinetic energy and channel it into himself. Despite the way he presents himself sometimes, he’s quite smart. He lost his soul for a bit and did some things that he’s trying to atone for now. Loves his friends fiercely.

Boom-Boom. Tabitha Smith.The team’s firepower. Most known for being a member of X-Force, X-Terminators, Nextwave, and the New Mutants. She makes bombs out of mental energy, is basically a jerk (but a lovable one), is maybe the coolest X-member and all the other X-Men know it. Blows #$!% up. Looks good doing it. Without giving too much away, what kind of paranormal threats will the New Mutants be facing in this limited series?

Matthew Rosenberg: When the team starts out, they are in over their heads and facing off against some unknown dangers. The first issue has them facing down zombies in the wake of a hurricane. But as is always the case with this stuff, things aren’t quite what they seem. There is some supernatural stuff, some stuff from ancient realms. But as they go through their seemingly random encounters with these threats, a pattern will emerge. There is a big bad who starts to become clear, working behind the scenes. It’s someone with a very long, and slightly complicated, history with the New Mutants. I can’t really say much more. But folks who know their NEW MUTANTS history might be a little shocked. How creepy does the story get?

Matthew Rosenberg: It’s not really a horror book. When we started out that was a goal for us, for sure. But as we worked on it we realized that this team, they are full on super heroes. There is definitely a way to make it a horror book, go down more psychological paths, and we explore that a bit. But more than not it’s a super hero book about them dealing with the supernatural. We got some creepy stuff in there, but you should be okay. I think.

New Mutants: Dead Souls #1 Cover by Ryan Stegman How will these mutants deal with the challenges ahead? And, for you, what was the most challenging part about writing this title?

Matthew Rosenberg: Honestly? They won’t deal with them that well. This team has some issues to get through. Trust issues. Leadership issues. Honesty issues. They are going to be put through the ringer on this and they aren’t necessarily going to come out the other side better. They may not even all come out the other side.

As for the biggest challenge in writing this? NEW MUTANTS is a dream project for me. It’s one of my favorite series of all time. I think the biggest challenge for me was channeling that. I had so many big ideas, so many plans, and distilling that down to six issues was pretty tough. Also, I wanted a book that felt fresh and new, but paid tribute to the rich history of the title and the characters. I wanted folks who’ve never read a NEW MUTANTS book before to be able to pick this up and get it. But I also wanted the nerds like me who’ve read every issue to feel like this is a worthy addition to the legacy. What is the legacy of the New Mutants? And how did you look to honor what came before in DEAD SOULS?

Matthew Rosenberg: I thought about that a lot going in. For me, the New Mutants real legacy is three things. First, the New Mutants are the team that fights out of their weight class the most. They are constantly the underdogs, constantly in over their heads. They were the backup team when they started, and they fought a lot of fights they shouldn’t have had to. That often means fighting foes you can’t just punch. It often means confronting fears you keep a secret. All of that is key to understanding them.

The second thing I consider key to the New Mutants is how ever-changing it is. From the days of wide-eyed kids learning to use their powers, to a skilled X-team, to Cable’s soldiers, to teachers and elder statesmen of the mutant world, the New Mutants are ever-changing. Adding members, losing members, changing focus. That was a big part of what this book is about. What would the next step for the New Mutants be? Could they look forward or are they going to be dragged back?

And lastly, they are a family. They may not all like each other. They may fight. They may leave for a while or turn on each other, but in the end this is a book about how strong the bonds of shared experience can be. The New Mutants care about each other in a way that other teams do not. And maybe that’s a product of being young and growing up around each other. Maybe it’s a way to deal with the constant change in turmoil in their lives. Maybe it’s just who they are. But the strength of this team is each other. And we are going to test that strength. I hope this family can make it through.

Start the journey with NEW MUTANTS: DEAD SOULS #1, by Matthew Rosenberg and Adam Gorham, on March 14!

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Witness the hellish first appearance of the demon!

Every Friday, we use the powers of Marvel Unlimited to look back at the very first appearance of a major character, place, or object that made waves this week.

They say that magic always comes with a price. Though he’s more than familiar with the concept, Stephen Strange finds himself learning that lesson once again in the pages of DOCTOR STRANGE: DAMNATION, by writers Nick Spencer and Donny Cates alongside artists Rod Reis and Szymon Kudranski.

The Master of the Mystic Arts had great intentions—to bring the fallen city of Las Vegas back after the events of Secret Wars. However, in doing so, he opened up a door for none other than Mephisto to saunter through. Now, Strange needs to work with other mystically inclined heroes to put an end to the evil lord’s machinations.

But who was the very first hero Mephisto tangled with? That would be the Sky-Rider of the Spaceways, as seen in the pages of 1968’s SILVER SURFER #3, by legends Stan Lee and John Buscema. Much like the X-Men, Norrin Radd found himself trying to help a world that feared him. Taking it upon himself to teach humanity a lesson, he unleashed power-disrupting bolts that brought machines and technology to a standstill.

The ensuing panic rippled through the dimensions to Mephisto’s dark realm where he had his servant prepare mystic vapors to witness Earth’s calamitous state. The ruler of the depths needed to make sure our planet survived, as long ago he developed a plan that would keep humans fairly hostile until Armageddon when he would harvest all of their souls.

Silver Surfer (1968) #3

Silver Surfer (1968) #3

  • Published: December 01, 1968
  • Added to Marvel Unlimited: November 13, 2007
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Upon seeing the Surfer and sensing the goodness that would soon overcome the rage, Mephisto wanted to kill the one who could ruin his long term plans. So Mephisto traveled to Zenn-La and offered Shalla Bal a chance to see her love, Radd, who had been transformed by Galactus into the Silver Surfer. Back near Earth, the Surfer saw the error of his ways and ceased his attack on Earth just as Mephisto and Shalla arrived in their spaceship. The ship, which Mephisto tampered with, crash-landed with Norrin’s love still inside.

The Surfer used his Power Cosmic to resuscitate Shalla Bal just before Mephisto reappeared to tell our hero he was too good to let live, before transporting himself and Shalla Bal away to his own realm. While there, Mephisto realized that he wanted to break the Surfer, destroy his goodness, and turn him into an agent of evil. Having followed the dark one to his lair, Silver Surfer appeared and staunchly refused.

To change his opponent’s mind, Mephisto offered the Surfer riches beyond measure, a trio of beautiful women, and his own galactic empire—none of which appealed to our hero. After sending monsters against the cosmic champion (to no avail), Mephisto paralyzed him, reduced Norrin Radd to a thought, and implanted him inside the dark one’s own brain, where Mephisto figured he could eventually erode the hero’s the goodness.

Instead, the Surfer’s goodness shone through and nearly drove Mephisto mad, resulting in his cranial expulsion. With that, Mephisto played his last hand and gave the Surfer a choice: “Swear me your undying allegiance—or I send her back—back to Zenn-La—and Shalla Bal will be lost to you—forever!” Shalla spoke up and said that they could never truly love one another if he chose the former.

Though that fit the Silver Surfer’s plan to get Shalla Bal out of this situation with her life, the brief reunion and ensuing loss pained the hero to no end. Though he would menace the Surfer on his next several appearances, Mephisto eventually branched out to trouble everyone from Thor and Ghost Rider to Doctor Doom and Doctor Strange!

Flash Forward

Mephisto unwittingly facilitated one of the more unique partnerships in comics when he decided to kill Cynthia von Doom while her son Victor was still a boy. Many years later, Doom tricked a certain powerful sorcerer into helping him get his mother’s soul away from Mephisto’s realm as seen in DOCTOR STRANGE & DOCTOR DOOM: TRIUMPH AND TORMENT by Roger Stern and Mike Mignola! As you can imagine, that journey forged a complicated bond between the main characters, but also ensured that the demon called Mephisto would have no shortage of enemies any time soon.

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Revel in artwork from some of the brightest artists!

In celebration of International Women’s Day, Marvel is excited to show off 10 never-before-seen covers for upcoming issues of some of your favorite stories – brought to you by some of the brightest female artists in the industry!

Feast your eyes on the below covers and find them on these select titles at your local comic shop starting this April!

  1. Black Panther #1 by YASMINE PUTRI

    Black Panther #1 by YASMINE PUTRI

  2. Doctor Aphra #21 by ASHLEY WITTER

    Doctor Aphra #21 by ASHLEY WITTER

  3. Hunt For Wolverine #1 by ELIZABETH TORQUE

    Hunt For Wolverine #1 by ELIZABETH TORQUE

  4. Life of Captain Marvel #1 by SANA TAKEDA

    Life of Captain Marvel #1 by SANA TAKEDA

  5. Marvel Rising #1 by GURIHIRU

    Marvel Rising #1 by GURIHIRU

  6. Marvel Rising #1 by GURIHIRU

    Marvel Rising #1 by GURIHIRU

  7. Marvel Rising Connecting Cover by RIAN GONZALES

    Marvel Rising Connecting Cover by RIAN GONZALES

  8. Moon Knight #196 by BECKY CLOONAN

    Moon Knight #196 by BECKY CLOONAN

  9. The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl #33 by ERICA HENDERSON

    The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl #33 by ERICA HENDERSON

  10. Tales of Suspense #104 by YASMINE PUTRI

    Tales of Suspense #104 by YASMINE PUTRI

Interested in other ways to celebrate Marvel Women, watch the video below and take a look at this post.

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