Looks like Marvel’s plans for 2014 include a change of interest regarding the women in their comic books universe. Probably that’s the reason they’ve announced three new solo series and a relaunch for their female superheroes comic books. Here is a list of some of the most powerful women in the Marvel Comic Books Universe:
This week another troubled comic book is out but this time it’s not a LGBT feature. “Lost Raven” is a four-issue comic about a HIV positive man and is based on writer Darren G. Davis’ journal ho has the disease for 14 years.
Bluewater Production released a new biography comic book about the decorated journalist Anderson Cooper illustrating his life story. Written by Michael Troy and art by Jason Moser, “Political Power: Anderson Cooper” is focused on his career as a CNN newsman and his life as a bonafide gay
Artist Max Dunbar and Marvel Zobies writer Fred Van Lente teamed up for a “Walking Dead” comic book parody titled “Mocking Dead” while Flash Gordon, The Phantom, and Mandrake the Magician team-up in the upcoming Dynamite series, “Kings Watch” written by Jeff Parker and drawn by Marc Laming.
Zenescope Entertainment plans big changes in their popular "Grimm Fairy Tales: No Tomorrow". As the main character is now gone, another one takes the lead and tries to discover a way to fight the evil. It’s not what we were used to. He will have to defeat Goddess of Death who is set to destroy Earth at any price.
DC Entertainment is focusing on the digital side of its features. Publisher Jim Lee announced a new digital experience. DC2 and DC2 Multiverse will add layers to the artwork and will debut in the digital world with Batman’ 66 series.
Bluewater Production makes another issue of “15 minutes of Fame” comics presenting this time the Kardashians. Artist and writer Michael Troy portrayed the so-called celebrity Kris Jenner (Kardashian’s mother). “15 minutes: Kris Jenner” was released on June, 5th.
Warner Bros. has closed a deal for a live-action movie based on the gang from Riverdale (Archie comic book). The movie will be directed by “Pitch Perfect” helmer Jason Moore and will the script will be penned by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa (Glee).
DC Entertainment plans to bring this fall a villain’s book making September the month of villains. superheroes will take a vacation at a recreation center and the villains will have a one-month party without any good guy to stop them. Take a look at the 3D covers
Real comic book readers know the pleasure and joy of reading one superhero story, the amazing artwork brings you to their world to live the action, suffer and be happy with your favorite heroes. But what if you can’t see? Many blind people can’t have the experience of reading a good comic book but Philipp Meyer has found the solution.
Everyone is a star in a comic book or has its own graphic novel so why not having a former U.S President involved. Bill Clinton decided that he has to be more active when it comes to media industry. Top Shelf Comix graphic novel “March: Book One” will have a cover blurb from the 42nd President William J. Clinton.
Marvel Comics gathers all superhero females to fight the bad guys in the first issue of “X-Men”. Storm, Psylocke, Kitty Pryde, Rogue, Rachel Grey and Jubilee are set to do some justice in the all-action comic book. The story comes for both men and women having action mixed with drama (girls will be girls).
Dynamite Entertainment is expanding the Vampirella line with another five-part miniseries “Vampirella: Southern Gothic”. This time it’s all about dark magic and mystery in a story written by Nate Cosby and illustrations by Jose Luis. The first issue will be out in August.
Another Marvel Comic mutant, Dazzler is going to become a comic book star in S.H.I.E.L.D. This week’s “Uncanny X-Men” #6 revealed that Dazzler is going to be a huge element in the story’s future. She tapped by the super-spy agency to keep S.H.I.E.L.D out of the mutant activity.
Marvel is set to release the second installment of the box office hit “Avengers” but they are not settling with that. The company wants to expand the brand to TV with Avengers Assemble” on Disney XD channel. "Marvel's Avengers Assemble" debuts on Sunday, July 7.
TARZAN And JANE Comic Book And Their Friend From Mars In New Dynamite Entertainment Comic LORDS OF MARS
Dynamite Entertainment announces another comic book to be released in August this year. “Lords of Mars” revives Tarzan and Jane Porter as the lords of the jungle just like the comic book of the same name. The six-issue series will be written by Arvid Neslon and illustrated by Roberto Castro.
Comic book artist Pete Woods announced his exit from DC Comics a week after “Justice Society of America” writer James Dale Robinson announced his departure as well, last Friday.
The legendary scientific mind, Stephen Hawking is getting superhero status in new Bluewater comic book “Stephen Hawking: Riddles of Time&Space”. The story follows the professor, physicist, cosmologist and author from his early days at Cambridge University while he struggles with his disease and reaches major academics achievements.
Dark Horse Comics is constantly bringing new superheroes to its comic books. From “Ghost” to “x” to “Captain Midnight” we have now the Blackout debut from editor Mike Richardson, writer Frank Barbiere and artist Micah Kaneshiro. Blackout is the traditional superhero who suddenly discovers some new abilities.