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First teased last year at San Diego Comic-Con, the time has finally come to reveal what writer Jonathan Hickman and artist Valerio Schiti have planned for Marvel Comics. This fall, the forces at the heart of the Marvel Universe will be stunningly reimagined and evolved in a new series from two of the industry’s most brilliant minds.

Over the last decade, Hickman has boldly transformed the worlds of the FANTASTIC FOUR, the AVENGERS, and the X-MEN. G.O.D.S. will mark his most ambitious undertaking to date, dramatically reshaping Marvel’s pantheon of cosmic beings and the entities behind the very fabric of reality.

Known for his outstanding work on events like EMPYRE and A.X.E. JUDGMENT DAY, acclaimed artist Valerio Schiti will join Hickman to bring forth this epic journey into the unknown. Together, along with master colorist Marte Gracia, the team will build a new Marvel mythology overflowing with daring concepts, intricate systems, and fascinating new characters, some of whom have been in action long before your favorite Marvel heroes. At last year’s New York Comic Con, fans got a glimpse at the new cast in early concept art, but who are they really? And what catastrophe finally draws them out of the shadows?

Meet Wyn, a mysterious player in a war that exists outside of the orders we know and a vital member of an eons-old hierarchy that includes the omnipotent rulers of the universe such as Eternity, Infinity, and the Living Tribunal. After a fateful meeting with Doctor Strange, Wyn hints at something even bigger than the forces of good and evil, where the very building blocks of creation scheme and clash. It’s the beginning of a breathtaking epic at the crossroads of science and magic, one that will shatter our understanding and open our eyes to ideas beyond all that we perceive.

What happens when The Powers That Be meet The Natural Order of Things? You wouldn’t believe us if we told you. Be among the first to dive into this extraordinary new series on May 6 with a special preview in FREE COMIC BOOK DAY: AVENGERS/X-MEN #1.



It has been years since we heard from Scott Pilgrim, but the cult hero is ready to make a comeback to the screen. Yes, you heard right. Scott Pilgrim vs The World lives on! Today, Netflix announced with director Edgar Wright that Scott Pilgrim is returning to the screen with a full-blown anime. And yes, the television series will feature the original cast from Wright's live-action film!

Yes, you read that right. Wright took to Twitter to share the big news with fans today about Scott Pilgrim. It turns out Scott Pilgrim: The Anime is being worked on by Science SARU right now with Netflix. And of course, no one is more excited about this adaptation than Wright himself.

"This is not a drill! This is happening! After much musing over the years about there being potential for an anime adaptation of 'Scott Pilgrim', I'm thrilled to say one is IMMINENT, with the whole cast back together and... you are going to lose your minds," the director shared.

"One of the proudest, most enjoyable achievements of my career was assembling the dynamite cast of Scott Pilgrim. Since the film's release in 2010 we've done Q&As and charity read-throughs, but there was never the occasion to reunite the gang on an actual project. Until now..."



Movie fans may have to wait until late 2024 for Marvel Studios’ Blade to hit theaters, but for comic book fans the adventures of the Daywalker will continue very soon indeed. Courtesy of Marvel Comics, Polygon can reveal that a new Blade series kicks off this summer in comic shops everywhere.

Bryan Hill (Killmonger, Batman and the Outsiders) is set to write the new ongoing series, with art by Elena Casagrande (Black Widow, Trial of the Amazons) — and that’s a pretty good combo. Hill is a great adventure writer with a smart sense of character; Casagrande draws some of the best fight scenes in modern superhero comics.

“I think that the first goal of drawing a fight scene is to let it be powerful and fluid at the same time,” Casagrande told Polygon via email. “I see fighting like dancing, so my first thought is always about choreography and then the movements that I need to make strong. Obviously every character needs a different choreography, a different way to fight — it’s fun to personalize it — and with Blade, I’m happy to have the chance to use the swords and showcase his strength.”

What’s up with Blade in Marvel Comics today? Well, he was sheriff of Chernobyl for a bit, after Dracula finagled the disaster site into becoming a sovereign vampire nation. And he just met his secret daughter, Brielle Brooks, who’s growing into her very own vampire slayer powers. Judging by Marvel’s official summary of the first issue, this series will be blazing a new trail, with Blade “unknowingly” unleashing a “dark, ancient power” and having to deal with the consequences — but we won’t know for sure until Blade #1 hits shelves in July.

“Blade is a treasured character for me,” Hill told Polygon. “Here, we have an opportunity to explore his history, reveal new aspects of his world and create a story that’s brutal, sexy, and bold as it travels into the world of monsters and magic.”



Fifteen years after starring in The Incredible Hulk, Liv Tyler is making her return to Marvel Studios, The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed.

Tyler has joined the cast of Captain America 4, currently titled Captain America: New World Order. She will reprise the role of scientist Betty Ross. Ross is the daughter of General Thaddeus “Thunderbolt” Ross, who was played by the late William Hurt in several films and will now be portrayed by Harrison Ford in the new installment.


Netflix released the first teaser trailer for Sweet Tooth Season 2, streaming exclusively on Netflix April 27.



The Chosen One is destined to debut soon on Netflix. The streamer has revealed a new look at its live-action series adaptation of Image Comics' American Jesus trilogy of graphic novels — renamed The Chosen One, or El Elegido in Spanish — from creators Mark Millar (Kick-Ass, Jupiter's Legacy) and artist Peter Gross (The Books of Magic, Lucifer). The Baja California, Mexico-set series follows the titular chosen one Jodie, who "finds out he's the new Jesus Christ and will grow up to face the Antichrist in The Apocalypse."

"Relocating American Jesus to Mexico makes the mythological much more authentic and the apocalyptic all the more real," Millar said in a statement included on the teaser poster.

Netflix describes The Chosen One: "Jodie, a twelve-year-old boy in Baja California, suddenly discovers he has Jesus-like powers: he can turn water into wine, make the crippled walk, and, perhaps, even raise the dead! As the Evangelical and the Yaquí leaders in town try to get him to use his powers to save mankind, all Jodie wants to do is impress the girl he likes and stand up to his bullies. As Jodie struggles and eventually comes to terms with his destiny, everything gets thrown for a loop when he realizes he discovers the truth around his identity."



The Man of Steel is returning to small screens later this year, as Adult Swim has announced that it will broadcast the new animated series My Adventures With Superman.

Originally scheduled to launch on Warner Bros. Discovery's HBO Max streaming service and Cartoon Network, My Adventures With Superman follows 20-something versions of Clark Kent (voiced by Jack Quaid), Lois Lane (Alice Lee), and Jimmy Olsen as they juggle their social lives with their jobs at the Daily Planet. And Kent's other job as the protector of Metropolis.

On the production side, the series will be executive produced by DC veteran Sam Register, Josie Campbell (She-Ra and the Princess of Power), Jake Wyatt (Invader Zim: Enter the Florpus), and Brendan Clogher (Voltron: Legendary Defender). The show will arrive later in 2023 during "Adult Swim's late-night primetime hours" and will have reruns on the Toonami block.


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