This week, New to Comics returns with Last Legs, the story from The Amazing Spider-Man #600, which marks a turning point for Doctor Octopus, and the changes within, in turn, would go on to influence the super-villain’s portrayal in the new Spider-Man game.
PS4’s Spider-Man has been played, reviewed and completed. So now it’s time to look at some comic-books you may want to check out if you loved swinging around New York City and dug the story behind Marvel’s newest game.
This week we’re looking at volume two of Ultimate Spider-Man, in which Spider-Man fights the Kingpin.
Mark Millar was a pretty hot commodity at Marvel during the 2000s, so this week, we’re returning to look at some more of his work. You’ll know the basic story from the hit 2016 film. It’s Avenger vs. Avenger. Friend vs. Friend. Captain America vs. Iron Man. It’s Marvel’s Civil War.
Continuing our ‘Premiere Super-Team’ month, this week, we’re moving on to the Justice League. And like the Avengers, we’re kicking it off with a film review, courtesy of emrysmoungabio.com. Enjoy!
If you enjoyed Avengers Assemble, why not come check out the comic-book that inspired it.
This week, we’re looking at the modern retelling of the Avengers origin; witness the birth of The Ultimates.
Looking for some background to your new favourite comic-book characters? If so, here are some quick character bios on every hero New to Comics has covered so far.
Updated 02/10/18: Supergirl
We’re tackling our oldest comic yet on New to Comics, which is appropriate when dealing with Marvel’s ‘First Family’ of superheroes. So without further ado, come and check out the 1966 classic The Coming of Galactus.