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27.06.2015
When Marvel’s new Secret Wars series hits next year, one of the biggest secrets may be who exactly is in this comic. Not only the classic iteration of Marvel’s Superman stand-in Hyperion, but also his counterpart from J. In addition to the original incarnation of current Avengers member Starbrand, the New Universe is also represented by armored fighter Spitfire.
And speaking of alternate Marvel realities, the MC2 line is represented by teen superhero American Dream, who joins a host of Captain Americas as well as Darkdevil. The further future of the Marvel U is also held down by what appears to be Ghost Rider 2099. Obnoxio the Clown is taking in the battle from his vantage point in the upper-right corner. One of the Captain Americas is from the Mangaverse (between Hulk 2099 (?) and classic Cap to the left of the poster. The character in the bottom center to the right of the fuelling Hyperions looks an awful lot like Horus from the ancient New Warriors three parter Forever Yesterday. I hope that this event can bring into the Marvel fold some of the Malibu comics characters. With the months and months of teaser images, spin-off announcements, and everything else in between, it seems like Marvel’s Secret Wars has been a thing for so long that I forgot it was actually a comic, and one that just now happens to be coming out.
Most of the major players of the Marvel universe are here, including the Fantastic Four and the X-Men, hopefully silencing those rumors that are saying that Marvel is downplaying those characters because of film rights issues with Fox. Amidst all the chaos and reality-ending destruction, Jonathan Hickman provides real human moments for all the characters. Now to address the elephant in the room: How does this compare to DC’s Convergence, their very, very similar event, going on at the same time?
With Marvel’s brand new Secret Wars getting underway, the original creators behind the 1984 Marvel Super Heroes Secret Wars are getting together for a reunion tour!
Secret Wars is here, with the Marvel Universe paying the ultimate price once the event is over and done with. This May, Marvel is launching a new comic called Secret Wars 2099 by writer Peter David and artist Will Sliney.
David previously worked with Sliney on Spider-Man 2099, so re-teaming on this new comic is a natural fit for the creators.
To say that the history of Secret Wars has a lot of moving parts is a vast understatement: Marvel’s mammoth summer event is a Russian Nesting Doll of moving parts, if Russian Nesting Dolls could time travel and break into the fourth dimension.
That said, the Secret Wars miniseries, whose first issue debuts today, certainly won’t be impenetrable to those unfamiliar with the twists and turns that preceded it. That failure to prevent the cosmic apocalypse occurs in the pages of Secret Wars #1, but before we address exactly why the Marvel Universe falls into the end times—and who’s responsible—we’re going to look at how this sprawling event influences the other 70 comics that Marvel publishes monthly. As Secret Wars closes the door on 54 years of publishing history (not counting the time when the company was known as Atlas or Timely), all current series will be involved in the event in some way—some more heavily than other. This even applies to more character-driven series that might not interact as much with other comics or company-wide crossovers, such as Unbeatable Squirrel Girl. Click to discover how the Marvel Universe is ending, how Doctor Doom Started his own religion and to learn the secrets of Battleworld.
Today is my 60th birthday, and I will spend it doing exactly what I most love - selling comic books!


All of the previous having been said, it is only because of the sum of the fans who support Mile High Comics through their purchases that I am able to continue to do what I so dearly love. Moving on to news, the comics world is abuzz right now with all sorts of exciting developments being revealed about Marvel's upcoming new SECRET WARS series.
Meanwhile, the Iron Mans (Iron Men?) include the likes of Iron Man 2020, Superior Iron Man and classic roller skating-era Iron Man. Not only is there American Dream and Darkdevil, but Stinger, Mainframe, and Thunderstrike are in the mix too.
I’m not going to lie, because of all the hype going into it, I was sick of Secret Wars long before it ever came out.
If Secret Wars is as huge and game-changing to the Marvel Universe as Marvel keeps saying that it will be, then Ribic is definitely giving this book the love and attention that it deserves, and it shows. The first issue of that seminal book featured a world already in the process of being destroyed, and we see the Crime Syndicate of Earth-3 try to fight a wave of entropy as it engulfs their world, ultimately losing, watching as their reality get destroyed. I’m a DC fanboy, so it kills me to say this, but based on their first issues, Secret Wars slaps Convergence around and leaves it crying for mommy on the playground. As many of us know, however, this brand new Secret Wars is in many ways a nice homage to the original 1984 Marvel Super Heroes Secret Wars, brought to us by the creative force of Jim Shooter, Mike Zeck, and John Beatty.
Or, more specifically, these creators will be embarking on a limited Secret Wars Reunion Tour. This report coming to us from Bleeding Cool, they are reporting that a pre-tour will take place with Zeck and Beatty at Heroescon, from June 19-21 at the Charlotte Convention Center in Charlotte, North Carolina.
The current ongoing Spider-Man 2099 series, by the same creative team, will come to an end and it's story will continue in Secret Wars 2099. Writer Jonathan Hickman and artist Esad Ribic’s eight-issue miniseries—set to conclude the Marvel Universe as we know it—lies on a foundation of 77 issues of comics Hickman’s been writing since 2012 in Avengers and New Avengers. Comics of this magnitude cater to the curious as much as the converted, and the authors have crafted this event with newcomers in mind.
That said, if you’re curious about the building blocks of this event, want to understand what exactly this event will mean for the most popular editorial line in comics and want to learn about one of the coolest, most involved superhero story arcs in recent memory, we’re here to support you. The only exceptions to this development are Marvel’s licensed books: Star Wars comics, Max Ride, the Stephen King Universe and comics based on Marvel Animation will not partake in Secret Wars.
I have now been in the comics business now for 45+ years, and I have to confide in you that, even after all those many years of effort, I just cannot wait to get into work at Mile High Comics each morning. As such, I personally owe you a debt of gratitude for any patronage you may have provide our company, even if was only to mention that we exist as an option to your friends. Anyone one pre-ordering our variant edition of SECRET WARS #1 will also receive a free copy of SECRET WARS #0. As per usual, only new comics, a few variants, and our CGC graded comics are excluded from the 60% off HAPPY50th!
Well, this proves that I’m a very silly person, because Secret Wars #1 just knocked it out of the park. It also has a great moment that showcases how awesome and powerful the Invisible Woman is, on top of everything else. The entire first issue of Secret Wars is very much like that classic first issue of Crisis (even the Alex Ross cover is very similar to George Perez’s cover for that book) as the heroes of both the classic Earth-616 Marvel universe and the Ultimate universe try their hardest to keep their worlds from colliding and ultimately destroying each other.
While the first issue of Convergence had decent art, the writing was sloppy and filled with clunky  exposition. Then the real fun is set to begin, as Shooter joins in on the fun at Florida Supercon from June 25-28 in Miami, Florida, followed by stops at the Kansas City Comic Con and the Connecticut Comic Con from August 7-9 and August 14-16, respectively.


We have your exclusive first look at the cover, the solicit text, a few character sketches, and some info from David himself. These two series have featured scores of orbiting characters, emerging and receding in alternating story arc cycles to solve meticulous mysteries seeded years in advance. Brevoort, whose maintained a borderline-omniscient knowledge on all things Marvel for decades, generously offers his insight and expertise on the characters and developments.
The universe where such iconic characters including The X-Men, The Avengers, Spider-Man, Fantastic Four and The Inhumans fly, fight and love has reached a violent extinction point. So with the universe ending, does that mean every current comic book will be ending as well? That doesn’t mean that Captain America isn’t selling; it means that Captain America’s 616 adventures are ending here.
I still work seven days a week, though I do try to pace myself a little by working for local charitable causes (through my involvement with the Imperial Court of the Rocky Mountain Empire), and also try to spend at least a few moments with my family at our farm in Boulder. If you’re in the area, make sure you check out these three legends of comics when they come to town. The great thing about Will is that if I say something isn’t right and it needs to be changed in some way, he does it immediately and comes up with stuff that’s even better than what I was thinking of." Captain America 2099 sketch by Will Sliney. And then, eventually, as we get into Secret Wars, the new Marvel Universe Captain America book will launch. Having a rolling handoff between the old Marvel Universe and the new Marvel Universe is how we are proceeding with this.
At the end of the day, however, I live and breathe primarily to provide comics to the avid fans in Colorado, and those of you living elsewhere in America, and all around the world. Strange, and Molecule Man are bearing witness to the end, and Doom even seems to have a religious moment during all of it. Sure, these characters will all be back, but Hickman and Ribic truly produced this issue as if it were the last stand of the Marvel heroes, and they all were going out doing what they do best: fighting the good fight and trying to save innocent lives. Even books like Unbeatable Squirrel Girl and Punisher will get to their 616 conclusion, and then some iteration of them—or some book like them—will emerge on the other side as part of the new Marvel Universe,” Brevoort says. The opening issue is really a chronicle of the final moments of these worlds, as the two Earths came crashing into each other. Revisit the world of 2099 and see it a whole new light, as characters who have never been seen before make their first appearances – including the AVENGERS 2099. That is all to come.” So if you do like some of the comics coming out that have been slated for their “616” cancellation, keep in mind they’ll most likely re-emerge after this event concludes, albeit with a potentially different creative team. While the question remains if the rest of the series can live up to the first installment, based on this issue they’re off to a great start. Can the ideal of Earth’s Mightiest Heroes survive in a world where megacorporations rule with an iron fist?



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