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Thursday, February 08, 2018

Preview: The latest Marvel comics from Panini UK...

MIGHTY WORLD OF MARVEL #18. On sale 8th February!
100-page special! Five amazing stories! £3.99!
The Black Panther is here! Don't miss the shocks as the Panther's history is revealed at last! By Reginald Hudlin and John Romita Jr!
The Champions get a new member: The Unbelievable Gwenpool! By Mark Waid and Humberto Ramos!
Star-Lord goes on the run from the Nova Corps! Outer space fun from Gerry Duggan and Chris Samnee!
The Black Widow battles the deadly Red Room assassins, with SHIELD's survival hanging in the balance! By Chris Samnee and Mark Waid!
Doctor Strange battles the sinister Nightmare! Classic Marvel from Steve Ditko and Stan Lee!
Featuring material first printed in Black Panther #1, Champions #5, All-New Guardians of the Galaxy #5, Black Widow #11 and Strange Tales #116.

DEADPOOL UNLEASHED #11. On sale 8th February!
76 pages of Marvel’s hottest hero! Three crazy adventures! £4.50! 
The stunning conclusion to 'Til Death Do Us Part! Deadpool and Spider-Man take the fight straight to Shiklah – and they've got Dracula, lord of the vampires, on their side! By Gerry Duggan and Salva Espin!
The Black Cat has confused Deadpool with Spider-Man! Is Wade going to set her straight?! Back in Black is by Cullen Bunn and Salva Espin!
Deadpool begins a journey through the universe of classic Marvel Comics covers! By Gerry Duggan and Scott Koblish!
Featuring material first printed in Deadpool: Mercs for Money #10, Deadpool #29 and Deadpool: Back in Black #3.

ESSENTIAL X-MEN #20. On sale 8th February!
76 pages of mutant mayhem! The Inhumans vs X-Men saga continues! £3.99!
Magneto attacks! The Inhumans strike back! And Cyclops discovers a shocking secret about Emma Frost! By Dennis Hopeless and Mark Bagley!
Monet and Sabretooth make a dark decision in Limbo! Don’t miss ‘Monsters’ by Cullen Bunn and Ken Lashley!
Featuring material first printed in Inhumans vs X-Men #4-5, All-New X-Men #18 and Uncanny X-Men #17.

...and still available from previous weeks...

Astonishing Spider-Man Vol.6 #39. On sale 1st February! 
76 pages packed with arachnid-adventure! Only £3.99!
Spider-Man vs. the Terrible Tinkerer (in a tank – a tinker tank)!
Also, Peter is thrust into a world espionage and murder, as he meets his sister Teresa Parker!
Plus, the Spider-Family and the X-Men vs. Magneto and his Brotherhood of Evil Mutants!
By Chip Zdarsky, Adam Kubert, Mark Waid, James Robinson, Gabrielle Dell’Otto, Gerry Conway, Nathan Stockman.
Includes material reprinted from Peter Parker, The Spectacular Spider-Man #3, Amazing Spider-Man: Family Business: Original Graphic Novel and Amazing Spider-Man: Renew Your Vows #7.

WOLVERINE & DEADPOOL #1. On sale 25th January!
100-page special! Marvel’s two toughest heroes together! £4.50!
It's a new volume, a new number one, and we're starting with a BANG! Wolverine and Gambit battle monsters in New Orleans! By Jeremy Whitely and Carlo Barberi!
Deadpool in space! Wade Wilson fights the Nova Corps, the Brood and a bunch of very unlucky redshirts! By Gerry Duggan and Mike Hawthorne!
Featuring material first printed in All-New X-Men: MU #1 and Deadpool #30.

AVENGERS UNIVERSE #2. On sale 25th January!
76 pages of Earth’s Mightiest Heroes! £4.50!
‘The Kang War’ continues! The Avengers wage temporal war against one of their deadliest enemies, with all reality at stake! By Mark Waid and Michael del Mundo!
Featuring material first printed in Avengers #4-5 and Uncanny Avengers #23.


paul Mcscotty said...

Thanks for this Im looking forward to getting the MWOM issue with the Doctor classic

Lew Stringer said...

Don't you already have those early Lee/Ditko Dr.Strange strips, Paul? They've been reprinted many times over the years.

Paul Mcscotty said...

I do indeed Lew I have them all in the Dr Strange omnibus but that's not a book I tend to read very often in fact I have only scanned through it (several times) since I got it for XMas (similar to my John Romita Spider-man collectors edition that I got half price) so I haven't really read them properly in quite some time. Also I don't buy too many comics at all now but still enjoy the "thrill" of picking up the odd Pannini title when there are 1960/70's reprints in it (like the recent Dr Strange , Capt America and Hulk reprints) silly I know but it takes me back and I don't feel bad reading them in this cheaper format and bending the pages over etc so its nice to have these older tales in the Pannini books handy for a wee read and keeping my "big" book safe (my partner thinks that's daft as well especially as she bought me that book).

Lew Stringer said...

Fair enough. Actually, the colouring is different in the MWOM reprint to the Omnibus. Panini are still using old files from when the strips were recoloured for the early printings of the Marvel Masterworks. The Omnibus edition uses the correct colouring based on the original comics.

Lew Stringer said... you'll be able to compare the differences.

(Sorry for the double post. I clicked publish before I needed to.)

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