A female lawyer who has habit of turning green with anger gets an All-New series from Marvel courtesy of writer Charles Soule and artist Javier Pulido who have teamed together for She-Hulk #1.
Juggling her caseload and kicking bad guy butt might be a bit more complicated than Jennifer Walters imagines. Not to mention the growing number of supervillains she’s making personal enemies of. Sure she can knock The Thing out in one punch, but this time she may have bit off more than she can chew! And that’s just the start of it.
“One of the big themes I’m going to play with is how in the world Jennifer is supposed to do everything she’s supposed to do,” stated Charles Soule, in an interview with Marvel.com. “We don’t want things to be easy for our heroes—we want to see them overcome great difficulties. She-Hulk will battle one of the greatest villains of all: scheduling.”
She-Hulk #1 which features a cover by Kevin Wada as well as variants by Milo Manara, Ryan Stegman, Siya Oyum and Skottie Young arrives on February 12, 2014.
As the publicity for Captain America: The Winter Soldiercontinues to build towards its big screen release, Bucky Barnes will also be appearing in a five-part comic book tale written by Rick Remender and illustrated by Roland Boschi.
At the height of the Cold War, S.H.I.E.L.D. sends their top operative, agent Ran Shen, deep into enemy territory to retrieve two Nazi scientists that could be the key to winning the war. But they aren’t the only ones who want these high value scientists. The Soviet Union have unleashed their most ruthless agent – The Winter Soldier! His mission: acquire the scientists by any means necessary – or kill them before they fall into enemy hands!
“In the late 1960s, a S.H.I.E.L.D. mission gone wrong begat the creation of the Iron Nail, the foe whose schemes and strategies are bedeviling Captain America in the present in his own series,” says Marvel Executive Editor Tom Brevoort. “Winter Soldier: The Bitter March tells the story of that fateful mission, and the events that set S.H.I.E.L.D. operative Ran Shen onto the path that would result in him becoming the dreaded Iron Nail.”
Winter Soldier: The Bitter March #1 which includes a cover by Andrew Robinson along with variants by In-Hyuk Lee and Chris Eliopoulos goes on sale February 12, 2014.
Collaborating for the next instalment of The Trail of Jean Grey storyline are writer Brian Michael Bendis and artist Stuart Immonen who have produced All-New X-Men #23.
The alien Shi’ar Empire has abducted Jean Grey, placing her on trial for the cataclysmic crimes of her future self. On the edge of deep space, the young mutant and original host of the Phoenix Force pleads for her life amidst alien races who would see her destroyed! As her fellow X-Men and new allies the Guardians of the Galaxy race across the stars to her aid, will they arrive in time? Or will it be too late?
All-New X-Men #23 which features a variant cover by Dale Keown makes an appearance on February 12, 2014.
War rages in the first instalment of the Goblin Nation storyline conceived by writer Dan Slott and artist Giuseppe Camuncoli for Superior Spider-Man #27.NOW.
The Superior Spider-Man has failed. From the shadows, Goblin has taken complete control of New York’s underworld, right under his very nose. And it’s all Otto Octavius’ fault. The pieces are in play. The Goblin and his army are poised to dismantle his life piece by piece. But the Superior Spider-Man isn’t going down without a fight. Otto faces his greatest battle yet against Spider-Man’s greatest nemesis.
Superior Spider-Man #27.NOW which includes variant covers by Mark Brooks and Jenny Parks arrives on February 12, 2014.
Some Nightcrawling is in store for writer Chris Claremont who has partnered with artist Todd Nauck to create Nightcrawler #1.
When Nightcrawler sacrificed his life to protect mutantkind, a hole was left in the X-Men’s ranks that has never been filled. Now, with his recent resurrection in the pages of Amazing X-Men, the world Kurt Wagner left behind has changed. Charles Xavier is dead. Scott Summers leads the mutant revolution as a fugitive. Wolverine guides the mutants of tomorrow at the Jean Grey School for higher learning. Deep schisms divide the X-Men, and his closest friends now find themselves bitter enemies.
“He’s smart, tough, creative and daring, with an instinctive understanding of people and situations. He has a wicked sense of humour and a devastating charm,” stated Claremont, in an interview with Marvel.com. ”His ‘normal’ is revolutionary to most people; throw him a problem, he’ll find a way to solve it that’s unique to him. He quite simply is the kind of man others trust; to know him is to have faith in him.”
Nightcrawler #1which features a cover by Chris Samnee arrives in April 2014.
For half a century Matt Murdock has been responsible for making sure that justice is not blind and to celebrate the occasion writer Mark Waid and artist Javier Rodriguez have produced an anniversary issue titled Daredevil #1.50.
What will tomorrow bring for Matt Murdock, and how will this year’s events play into his unexpected future? Can a man truly stay fearless forever?
“At Editor Steve Wacker’s suggestion, we’re celebrating the Man Without Fear’s 50th anniversary not by looking back–but by looking forward,” remarked series writer Mark Waid. “With a special story set in the future, on Matt Murdock’s 50th birthday, peppered with clues for sharp-eyed readers as to what the rest of 2014 will hold for Daredevil!”
Daredevil #1.50which includes a cover by Paulo Rivera as well as variants by Marcos Martin and Chris Samnee goes on sale in April 2014.