Thursday, August 17, 2017

Out today from Panini UK

Panini's latest Marvel Collector's Edition comics are out today, available from WH Smith and selected newsagents (and comic shops).

Marvel Legends Vol. 3 #14. On sale 17th August 2017.

100-Page Action-Packed Special, Featuring Marvel’s ‘Big 3’ – Iron Man, Captain America and Thor! £3.99!

A Civil War II chapter! While the war is tearing the super-human community apart, Captain America tries to bring peace! 

Plus, A Civil War II chapter! Civil War II takes its toll. Can Iron Man and Captain Marvel come to an agreement that will end the bloodshed?!!

Also, The Asgard/Shi'ar War begins! To defeat Malekith, Thor must form a new League of Realms! 

By Nick Spencer, Jesús Saiz, Brian Michael Bendis, Mike Deodato, Jason Aaron and Russell Dauterman!

Includes material reprinted from Captain America: Steve Rogers #6, Invincible Iron Man Vol. 8 #14, and Thor #12, 13 and 14!


Astonishing Spider-Man Vol.6 #27. On sale 17th August 2017. 

76 pages of action-packed arachnid-adventure! Only £3.99!

A Clone Conspiracy chapter! We finally learn the shocking truth: how did Ben Reilly become The Jackal?!

Also, Silk versus Spider-Woman! ‘Nuff said!

Plus, a Civil War II chapter! Iron Man asks Spider-Man the all-important question: 
Whose side are you on?!!
By Dan Slott, Giuseppe Camuncoli, Robbie Thompson, Irene Strychalski, Brian Michael Bendis and Nico Leon.

Includes material reprinted from Amazing Spider-Man #22, Silk #15 and Spider-Man: Miles Morales #6.

4 comments:

Robert Carnegie said...

So in Marvel Legends... that's two Civil War Chapters, and three Thor War Chapters??

Maybe this is time to skip an issue if you don't care for wars.

I think it's meant to be a Captain America Civil War II Chapter and an Iron Man Civil War II Chapter, but, they are probably in all of each other's chapters. But I am not sure if the chapters that aren't from the Captain America comic "know" that Captain America - Steve Rogers - got turned into a bad guy. I'm still not enjoying that.

Lew Stringer said...

They haven't reached the point where everyone finds out yet.

Robert Carnegie said...

I bought the comics, I think I read all the pages provided and I don't think that an "Asgard Shi'ar War" as promised was mentioned. The Shi'ar are bird-people from outer space and the X-Men comics who own most of a galaxy, but not this one. And of course Asgard is where Norse gods live. But occasionally they fight space aliens (in these comics).

Lew Stringer said...

It's only the beginning of the story.

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