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April 20, 2018

Marvel

The Marvel Comics / Northrop Grumman Comic Book Cancellation (but why was NGEN named after a US Navy IT project?)

Thus began and ended the tie-up between the world’s fifth largest defence contractor, Northrop Grumman, and US superhero comic book publisher Marvel Comics. The Washington Post and other news sources have reported that multi-part comic, Avengers, Featuring N.G.E.N. – Start Your N.G.E.N.S!, had been cancelled. The title, as demonstrated by the cover, was to feature

“Lost in the Funhouse” Thirty Years Later: Uncanny X-Men Giant Sized Annual Vol. 1 #11

“Lost in the Funhouse” Thirty Years Later: Uncanny X-Men Giant Sized Annual Vol. 1 #11 Marvel Comics, November 1987 Writer: Chris Claremont Chris Claremont wrote Uncanny X-Men for US publisher Marvel Comics from 1975 to 1991, a period of time comparable to peers in the French comic book industry but unheard of in the American comic book

Punisher: The Platoon #1 (review)

Punisher: The Platoon #1 Marvel Comics, October 2017 Writer: Garth Ennis Punisher: The Platoon is a new comic book mini-series from American publisher Marvel Comics. It focuses on the character named Frank Castle, a vigilante operating under the name “The Punisher.” This mini-series is notable because the writer, Garth Ennis, is very closely associated with

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