As crossovers can sometimes be confusing, I have put together the Weapons Of Mutant Destruction Reading Order Checklist to help make sense of everything. Not only does it have the reading order, but also background reading, creative teams and release dates too. No need to Hulk out just figuring out how to read this crossover anymore!
If you’re new to the concept of crossovers, don’t stress, the Star Wars: The Screaming Citadel Reading Order Checklist is here to save the day! Not only does it give the recommended order to read this story, but also release dates and creative teams.
With the huge number of tie-ins, Marvel’s mega-events can be confusing for readers. Luckily, the Secret Empire Reading Order Checklist is here to save the day. Not only does it list all of the comics involved and where they fit in, it also features creative credits, release dates and background reading suggestions.
If you’re looking to dig a bit deeper with your Wolverine reading here are five more stories you should read. This list is a real mix bag of selections featuring time-travelling team-ups, fights with the Hulk and Sabretooth and grounded stories featuring real world villains.
Comic book crossovers can be confusing, especially if you’re not already reading all of the comics involved. The Deadpool: Til Death Do Us… Reading Order Checklist makes reading as simple as possible with not only the reading order, but also listing background reading, release dates and creative teams.
As stories with heaps of tie-ins can be confusing, I’ve put together a handy Monsters Unleashed Reading Order Guide with everything you need to know. Not only does it contain the reading order but also a list of tie-ins, release dates and creative teams too.
If you haven’t been paying attention to the comic book news or solicitations crossover events such as this can be confusing to follow. To make reading easy I’ve put together the Inhumans Vs X-Men Reading Order Guide. This includes a list of all the issues involved, tie-ins, creative teams, release dates and more.
In 2008 Mark Millar, Steve McNiven and Marvel introduced the world to a very different version of Wolverine, the one of the distant (and alternate) future. With this version inspiring the upcoming ‘Logan’ film I have put together a reading order for this aged version of Marvel’s favourite mutant.
To save some confusion I’ve collated 22 comics that are great places to start reading Marvel in November 2016. Read on to discover which comics you can jump into this month and learn to love the Marvel Universe.