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Marvel Jumping-On Points: January 2020 Edition

Marvel Jumping-On Points: January 2020 Edition

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One of the most common questions I get on this site is “where is a good place to start reading Marvel?” With so many comics being published every month this is a very valid question to ask. To answer this question, each month I will highlight the new series, one-shots, reprints, and trade paperback collections that new readers can jump in and read.

January 2020 is a MASSIVE month. There are heaps of new series, including relaunches of Thor and Guardians of the Galaxy; trade paperbacks for Star Wars, Conan, and Black Widow; plenty of $1 reprints, and heaps more.

As part of letting you know about these comics, I have included the solicitation text, information on when these comics and collections are released, creator credits, and additional details.

All of these are available at any good comic book store, Comixology or the Marvel Comics App.

New Series

Thor (2020) #1 cover by Oliver Coipel.
Thor (2020) #1 cover by Oliver Coipel.

Thor #1

Written by Donny Cates. Art by Nic Klein.

What Marvel says:

A BRAND-NEW, SUPERSTAR CREATIVE TEAM TAKES THE KING OF ASGARD TO NEW REALMS OF GLORY!

The prince is now a king. All Asgard lies before Thor, the God of Thunder. And after many months of war, the Ten Realms are finally at peace. But the skies above the Realm Eternal are never clear for long. The Black Winter is coming. And the God of the Storm will be powerless before it.

What How to Love Comics says:

Donny Cates is Marvel’s hot up-and-coming writer who has created many hits for the publisher in a very short period of time. He’ll have some big shoes to fill after Jason Aaron’s 8-year epic run, but with Cate’s track record his Thor will be a comic to look out for.

Thor #1 is available from January 1st.

Guardians of the Galaxy (2020 series) #1 cover by Juann Cabal.
Guardians of the Galaxy (2020 series) #1 cover by Juann Cabal.

Guardians of the Galaxy #1

Written by Al Ewing. Art by Juann Cabal.

What Marvel says:

Once, they were a team of misfits. Now they’re a family, and they’ve earned their peace. But the universe is not a peaceful place — and it’s only getting worse. The Great Empires are in turmoil. The rule of law is dead. And amidst the chaos, the Gods of Olympus have returned — harbingers of a new age of war, reborn to burn their mark on the stars themselves. Someone has to guard the galaxy – but who will accept the mission? And will they survive it? Al Ewing (IMMORTAL HULK) and Juann Cabal (FRIENDLY NEIGHBORHOOD SPIDER-MAN) bring you in on the ground floor of a whole Marvel Universe of action and suspense!

What How to Love Comics says:

Al Ewing is a writer who has big ideas and produces plenty of excellent comics when he has free reign to execute them. It’s exciting to see what he and Juann Cabal can do when they have all of the outer space to play with.

Guardians of the Galaxy #1 is available from January 22nd.

Iron Man 2020 #1 cover by Pete Woods.
Iron Man 2020 #1 cover by Pete Woods.

Iron Man 2020 #1

Written by Dan Slott and Christos Gage. Art by Pete Woods.

What Marvel says:

• The future is now! Artificial Intelligences presents a clear and present danger to humanity and must be brought to heel!
• The Robot Rebellion battles for the establishment of robot rights!
• And Arno Stark IS Iron Man!
PLUS! Pete Woods’ main cover art will feature a 5th Color Flourescent Ink treatment!

What How to Love Comics says:

All the way back in the obscure 1984 Machine Man miniseries, readers were introduced to Arno Stark – the Iron Man of 2020. Now that we’re in the year 2020 it’s time to find out how he became Iron Man.

Iron Man 2020 is Marvel’s first comic book event for the year and should have big ramifications for the Iron Man and artificial intelligence in the Marvel Universe.

Iron Man 2020 #1 is available from January 15th.

Star Wars (2020 series) #1 cover by Jesus Saiz.
Star Wars (2020 series) #1 cover by Jesus Saiz.

Star Wars #1

Written by Charles Soule. Art by Jesus Saiz.

What Marvel says:

“No…I am your father.”

In the wake of the events following The Empire Strikes Back, it is a dark time for the heroes of the Rebellion. The Rebel fleet…scattered following a disastrous defeat at the Battle of Hoth. Han Solo…lost to the bounty hunter, Boba Fett, after being frozen in carbonite. And after being lured into a trap on Cloud City and bested in a vicious lightsaber duel against the evil Darth Vader, Luke Skywalker…learned the horrible truth about his past. Vader did not kill Luke’s father Anakin–Vader is Luke’s father! Now, after narrowly escaping the dark lord’s clutches, and wounded and reeling from the revelation, Luke, Princess Leia, Lando Calrissian, the Wookiee Chewbacca and the droids C-3PO and R2-D2 must fight their way back to the Rebel Alliance—for the fate of the entire galaxy is at stake! After so many losses is victory still possible? But, what Leia, Luke and their ragtag band of freedom fighters do not realize is that they have only traded one Imperial trap for another! Enter the cunning and vengeful Imperial Commander Zahra, at the helm of the Tarkin’s Will!

Writer Charles Soule (DARTH VADER) and artist Jesus Saiz (DOCTOR STRANGE) are taking us all to the galaxy far, far away next year! With covers by RB Silva (POWERS OF X)!

THE GREATEST SPACE ADVENTURE OF ALL TIME BEGINS THIS JANUARY!

What How to Love Comics says:

This brand-new Star Wars ongoing series picks up directly after the conclusion of The Empire Strike Back. It’s an interesting period for the comics to explore as it hasn’t really been touched on – with Marvel’s canonical comics choosing to mostly focus on earlier periods.

Star Wars #1 is available from January 1st.

Ravencroft #1 cover by Kyle Hotz.
Ravencroft #1 cover by Kyle Hotz.

Ravencroft #1

Written by Frank Tieri. Art by Angel Unzueta.

What Marvel says:

After the hellish horrors of ABSOLUTE CARNAGE, the Ravencroft Institute has received a much-needed facelift and is open for business with a new staff, including JOHN JAMESON, looking to atone for the part he played in ABSOLUTE CARNAGE. But will Ravencroft return the mentally unstable villains of the Marvel Universe to upstanding citizens and give John the redemption he’s looking for, or will they fall prey to the hospital’s seemingly sinister nature?

What How to Love Comics says:

Marvel is positioning Ravencroft as their version of Arkham Asylum, as seen in Batman. If you want to see the Marvel equivalent to the home of the criminally insane then this five-issue miniseries is for you.

Ravencroft #1 is available from January 29th.

Star #1 cover by Carmen Carnero.
Star #1 cover by Carmen Carnero.

Star #1

Written by Kelly Thompson. Art by Javier Pina.

BORN OF THE REALITY STONE, THE BREAKOUT CHARACTER FROM CAPTAIN MARVEL FLIES SOLO!

Ambitious reporter Ripley Ryan rocked New York City when she became the hero STAR, adored by everyone. But in truth she was Dr. Minerva’s attempt at a Kree-human Super-Soldier. Desperate for the strength to control her own destiny, she tried to kill Captain Marvel — and failed. Ripley was left, defeated and powerless, in the Raft…or so she thought. The Reality Stone has found her, and now no prison can hold her. You thought you knew what the Infinity Stones were capable of. Think again.

What How to Love Comics says:

After being the breakout character in series Captain Marvel series throughout 2019, Star is back for a solo miniseries. If you’re looking to try out a new character then Star #1 is a good place to start.

Star #1 is available from January 8th.

Marvels x #1 cover by Alex Ross.
Marvels x #1 cover by Alex Ross.

Marvels X #1

Written by Alex Ross and Jim Krueger. Art by Well-Bee.

What Marvel says:

David has a problem. He lives in a world of monsters that would love to devour him. He’s the last boy on Earth. The last human being on Earth. And these creatures that see him only as prey, they’re his former neighbors. He has one hope: to get to New York. To get to where Captain America and the rest of the heroes are. Alex Ross and Jim Krueger combine their abilities with artist Well-Bee to tell a very uncanny prequel to the legendary EARTH X trilogy.

What How to Love Comics says:

Earth X was a trilogy of maxiseries that explored a dystopian Marvel Universe that ran between 1999 and 2003. This new series is a prequel to this classic trilogy so if you haven’t had the chance to read it yet then this is a great jumping-on point.

No other prior knowledge should be needed as it is set on another universe and not involved with the immediate ongoings on the regular universe.

Marvels X #1 is available from January 8th.

Amazing Spider-Man: Daily Bugle #1 cover by Mark Bagley.
Amazing Spider-Man: Daily Bugle #1 cover by Mark Bagley.

Amazing Spider-Man: Daily Bugle #1

Written by Mat Johnson. Art by Mack Chater.

What Marvel says:

The journalist must speak truth to power—whether or not it’s wielded responsibly. Helmed by Peter Parker’s mentor, Robbie Robertson, the Daily Bugle staff is at last chasing stories that matter. And in a city under Mayor Wilson Fisk, keeping the public informed is as essential as it is dangerous. Weaving between events in AMAZING SPIDER-MAN and DAREDEVIL, Mat Johnson (Hellblazer Special: Papa Midnite, Incognegro, Loving Day) and Mack Chater (BLACK PANTHER AND THE CREW, Briggs Land) are following a lead into Kingpin and Spider-Man’s past that will change the way you look at the webslinger now, and as his story continues.

What How to Love Comics says:

The Daily Bugle has been a cornerstone of the Spider-Man franchise since the early days and with this new miniseries we get to explore some of the journalists who work there. There are never enough investigative journalism stories in the Marvel Universe so it will be exciting to see this it unfold.

Amazing Spider-Man: Daily Bugle #1 is available from January 29th.

Avengers of the Wasteland #1 cover by Juan Jose Ryp.
Avengers of the Wasteland #1 cover by Juan Jose Ryp.

Avengers of the Wastelands #1

Written by Ed Brisson. Art by Jonas Scharf.

What Marvel says:

A NEW STORY FROM THE WORLD OF OLD MAN LOGAN!

In a world where most of the super heroes fell at the hands of the RED SKULL over fifty years ago, a new force rises in the Wastelands! DANI CAGE wields the mighty Mjolnir for the cause of peace, but when the brutal regime of DOCTOR DOOM forces DWIGHT (a.k.a. the owner of the surviving Ant-Man technology) to Dani and HULK in a last ditch effort to survive, the AVENGERS may ASSEMBLE once more! Spinning out of the saga begun in OLD MAN LOGAN, and following up OLD MAN QUILL and DEAD MAN LOGAN, this is the can’t miss premiere of Ed Brisson and Jonas Scharf’s magnum opus!

What How to Love Comics says:

This Avengers story is for any fans of dystopian futures.

Avengers of the Wastelands #1 is available from January 29th.

Tarot #1 cover by Paul Renaud.
Tarot #1 cover by Paul Renaud.

Tarot #1

Written by Alan Davis. Art by Paul Renaud.

What Marvel says:

An all-new epic adventure teaming the classic Earth’s Mightiest Heroes with Marvel’s premiere Non-Team by Alan Davis and Paul Renaud!

A strange and impossible lost memory from his days in World War II draws Namor the Sub-Mariner to his one-time compatriot Captain America—but the two heroes and their respective allies find themselves pulled into a labyrinth of pain, destruction and madness courtesy of the Infernal Ichor of Ish’lzog!

What How to Love Comics says:

If you’re a fan of old-school Marvel then you’ll be a fan of this series which features classic line-ups of The Avengers and the Defenders. Alan Davis is a fan-favourite creator who is the perfect pick for a story with a retro vibe. Paul Renaud is also a great choice who has style that can accommodate the retro throwback while feeling modern and fresh.

Tarot #1 is available from January 1st.

Jessica Jones- Blind Spot #1 cover by Valerio Giangiordano.
Jessica Jones- Blind Spot #1 cover by Valerio Giangiordano.

Jessica Jones: Blind Spot #1

Written by Kelly Thompson. Art by Mattia De Iulis.

What Marvel says:

Jessica Jones was once the costumed super hero known as Jewel. She sucked at it. Now she’s a private investigator at her own firm, Alias Investigations. She sucks less at that. With the Purple Man gone, her relationship with her husband, Luke Cage, and their daughter, Danielle, is better than ever. But her past always comes knocking, and when a woman whose case she fumbled winds up dead on her office floor, Jessica goes from private investigator to prime suspect. Can she find the real killer and clear her name?

The critically acclaimed Marvel Digital Original series by Kelly Thompson and Mattia De Iulis, released for the first time as a print miniseries!

What How to Love Comics says:

If you’re still upset that the Jessica Jones series on Netflix was cancelled then this six-part miniseries is the remedy.

Jessica Jones: Blindspot #1 is available from January 15th.

Hawkeye: Freefall #1 cover by Kim Jacinto.
Hawkeye: Freefall #1 cover by Kim Jacinto.

Hawkeye: Freefall #1

Written by Matthew Rosenberg. Art by Otto Schmidt.

What Marvel says:

hen a mysterious and ruthless new Ronin starts tearing a destructive path through the city, suspicion immediately falls on Hawkeye, but Clint has more to worry about than who’s wearing his old costume. After a clash with the Hood ends badly, Hawkeye gives himself a new mission that will place him in the crosshairs of one of New York’s most dangerous villains. Hawkeye’s mission and Ronin’s secret plans will set them on a collision course that only one of them will walk away from. Fan favorite Clint Barton returns in a brand new series from Matthew Rosenberg (UNCANNY X-MEN, THE PUNISHER) and Otto Schmidt (Green Arrow).

What How to Love Comics says:

Otto Schmidt is no stranger to archers, doing a lot of exciting and energetic art for Green Arrow. It will be interesting to see what he can do with Hawkeye.

Hawkeye: Freefall #1 is available from January 1st.

Atlantis Attacks #1 cover Rock-He Kim.
Atlantis Attacks #1 cover Rock-He Kim.

Atlantis Attacks #1

Written by Greg Pak. Art by Ario Anindito.

What Marvel says:

WAR WITH THE WATER KINGDOM!

The armies of ATLANTIS face ATLAS in a showdown destined to shake allegiances and break hearts! AMADEUS CHO, SILK, WAVE, SHANG-CHI, and all the heroes of the Atlas have bonded with each other after the challenges of WAR OF THE REALMS. But when a terrible secret incurs the wrath of KING NAMOR, who’s the true friend — and who’s the true enemy? A titanic tale of love and betrayal, heroes and monsters, gods and underdogs — plus the shocking return of JIMMY WOO and the original AGENTS OF ATLAS!

What How to Love Comics says:

The next chapter in Greg Pak’s Agents of Atlas story continues in Atlantis Attacks. For those unfamiliar with the most recent incarnation of the team, it is made up of heroes of Asian descent, with a cast of characters with very different abilities.

Atlantis Attacks #1 is available from January 22nd.

Marvel's Black Widow Prelude #1
Marvel’s Black Widow Prelude #1

Marvel’s Black Widow Prelude #1

Written by Peter David. Art by Carlos Villa.

What Marvel says:

TRACE THE BLACK WIDOW’S HISTORY IN THE MARVEL CINEMATIC UNIVERSE!

From spy to Avenger, the enigmatic BLACK WIDOW has lived many secret lives. But how do these disparate episodes add up to the life of the heroic Avenger, and what is the thread that connects her past to her future?

Get ready for MARVEL STUDIOS’ BLACK WIDOW solo film with this glimpse into the storied history of NATASHA ROMANOFF in this tale set in the Marvel Cinematic Universe!

What How to Love Comics says:

If you’re looking forward to the upcoming Black Widow movie then this two-part story will be a must-read for MCU fans.

Marvel’s Black Widow Prelude #1 is available from January 15th.

Marvel's Spider-Man: The Black Cat Strikes #1 cover by Sana Takeda.
Marvel’s Spider-Man: The Black Cat Strikes #1 cover by Sana Takeda.

Marvel’s Spider-Man: The Black Cat Strikes #1

Written by Dennis “Hopeless” Hallum. Art by Luca Maresca.

What Marvel says:

As if the events of MARVEL’S SPIDER-MAN: VELOCITY and CITY AT WAR weren’t harrowing enough, Spider-Man finds himself in the middle of a gang war in New York City. But as he butts heads with the likes of HAMMERHEAD and the MAGGIA, the unexpected reappearance of old flame FELICIA HARDY, also known as the BLACK CAT, sets Spider-Man’s world on fire!

Black Cat’s heroic days are behind her, but what is the secret behind the treasures she’s thieving? And why would Spider-Man let her go?! Delve into previously untold tales of Spider-Man and Black Cat’s relationship, and a shock ending that will make your webs spin! Don’t miss the excitement as your favorite wall-crawler returns in the next GAMERVERSE series!

What How to Love Comics says:

This is a brand-new story set in the world of the PS4 Spider-Man game. If you loved the game and you’re looking for more adventures in this world then you should definitely hunt down this miniseries.

Marvel’s Spider-Man: The Black Cat Strikes #1 is available from January 15th.

One-Shots

Looking for a story that’s done in one issue? Check out the below.

Ruins of Ravencroft: Carnage #1 cover by Gerardo Sandoval.
Ruins of Ravencroft: Carnage #1 cover by Gerardo Sandoval.

The Ruins of Ravencroft One-Shots

What Marvel says:

The Ruins of Ravencroft: Carnage

Written by Frank Tieri. Art by Guiu Villanova.

In the aftermath of ABSOLUTE CARNAGE, the Marvel Universe still needs a place to treat and rehabilitate the criminally insane, and efforts to reconstruct RAVENCROFT are well underway. But Ravencroft is no ordinary facility, and untold secrets may yet be waiting to be unearthed in the destruction Carnage left after his attack on the facility.

The Ruins of Ravencroft: Sabretooth

Written by Frank Tieri. Art by Guillermo Sanna.

The history of the Ravencroft Institute for the Criminally Insane has been shrouded in mystery for years. NO LONGER! In the wake of ABSOLUTE
CARNAGE, the facility’s past has started to unravel, and in doing so has revealed hidden chapters in the lives of some of the Marvel Universe’s most recognizable heroes and villains!

The Ruins of Ravencroft: Dracula

Written by Frank Tieri. Art by Stefano Landini.

To the men and women of the Marvel Universe, Ravencroft Institute for the Criminally Insane appeared to be a hospital devoted to the rehabilitation of society’s most violent offenders. But appearances can be deceptive, and — as Captain America learned the hard way – some secrets have teeth.

What How to Love Comics says:

If the Ravencroft miniseries, as mentioned above, isn’t enough Criminal Insanity for you then Marvel has three additional one-shots that focus on villains that have been residents there. Read them all or pick which one appeals to you the most.

These Ruins of Ravencroft are released weekly between January 8th and January 22nd.

Miles Morales: The End cover by Rahzzah.
Miles Morales: The End cover by Rahzzah.

The End One-Shots

What Marvel says:

Captain America: The End

Written and art by Erik Larsen.

THE FINAL CAPTAIN AMERICA STORY!

Steve Rogers fights for survival in a post-apocalyptic wasteland populated by hordes of Red Skulls! Legendary writer/artist Erik Larsen (SPIDER-MAN, WOLVERINE, NOVA) returns to Marvel for an oversized last tale of Simon & Kirby’s American Hero!

Deadpool: The End

Written by Joe Kelly. Art by Mike Hawthorne.

THE FINAL DEADPOOL STORY!

Wade Wilson may seem like he is unkillable, but there is more than one way to put an end to him… but don’t take my word for it! Quintessential Deadpool scribe Joe Kelly and record-setting Deadpool artist Mike Hawthorne team-up to prove it to you! Deadpool is done for!

Captain Marvel: The End

Written by Kelly Thompson. Art by Carmen Carnero.

THE FINAL CAPTAIN MARVEL STORY!

Fifty years ago, Carol Danvers went into the deepest reaches of the cosmos to spread peace and justice and she hasn’t seen a familiar face since!
Whatever happened to the planet she once called home? Reuniting CAPTAIN MARVEL superteam KELLY THOMPSON and CARMEN CARNERO!

Mile Morales: The End

Written by Saladin. Art by Damon Scott.

THE FINAL MILES MORALES STORY!

Humanity makes its last stand in the only place strong enough to survive: BROOKLYN. Former Spider-Man, Miles Morales, leads the last bastion of civilization into the future! Penned by MILES MORALES: SPIDER-MAN author SALADIN AHMED!

Venom: The End

Written by Adam Warren. Art by Chamba.

THE FINAL VENOM STORY!

The alien symbiote who bonded with Eddie Brock has been through a lot… but not nearly as much as he has coming. In a tale that literally spans over a trillion years, Venom travels the length of space and time as the last defender of life in the universe!

Doctor Strange: The End

Written by Leah Williams. Art by Filipe Andrade.

THE FINAL DOCTOR STRANGE STORY!

The Sorcerer Supreme makes his final journey through a cyberpunk sprawl that forgot about magic! Reteaming the critically-acclaimed creative team of LEAH WILLIAMS (GWENPOOL STRIKES BACK) and FILIPE ANDRADE (ABSOLUTE CARNAGE: IMMORTAL HULK)!

What How to Love Comics says:

‘The End’ are stories that are made to be the final stories of heroes. Marvel did a bunch of these in the 2000s for characters such as the X-Men and The Hulk and now they’re back for more. Each of these one-shots explores a different character in their final bouts of heroism.

Immortal Hulk: Great Power cover by Jorge Molina.
Immortal Hulk: Great Power cover by Jorge Molina.

Immortal Hulk: Great Power

Written by Tom Taylor. Art by Jorge Molina.

What Marvel says:

THE HULK FINDS A NEW HOST: THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN!

When Bruce Banner wakes up in the middle of the night without the Hulk, he thinks he’s finally free. But the Hulk is immortal — and the night’s not over yet. If you thought he was dangerous in the body of mild-mannered Bruce Banner, wait till you see him now. Peter Parker is a man with the proportional strength and agility of a spider, capable of lifting trains on his bad days. And he’s about to get a big, green power-up — with a temper to match.

What How to Love Comics says:

The Hulk with Spider-Man’s powers? This sounds like it’s going to be one hell of a fun comic.

Immortal Hulk: Great Power is available from January 29th.

Marvel's Avengers: Thor cover by Stonehouse.
Marvel’s Avengers: Thor cover by Stonehouse.

Marvel’s Avengers: Thor

Written by Jim Zub. Art by Robert Gill.

What Marvel says:

THOR’S MIGHTY PREQUEL TO THE UPCOMING VIDEO GAME, MARVEL’S AVENGERS!

The adventure leading to MARVEL’S AVENGERS continues, with an all-new story leading directly into the events of the highly anticipated video game! When the GOD OF THUNDER uses his mighty Mjolnir to aid TONY STARK, a.k.a. IRON MAN, with his latest experiment, why does this lead to an unexpected Asgardian encounter…and a one-on-one battle between THOR and the green gamma goliath known as THE HULK?! Is all as it seems, or is an ancient enemy planting seeds of distrust that will bloom into the disassembling of the AVENGERS?!

What How to Love Comics says:

If you’re looking forwards to the upcoming Avengers video game then you’ll want to have this prelude one-shot on your radar – especially if you’re a fan of Thor.

Marvel’s Avengers: Thor is available from January 8th.

Reprints

True Believers Reprints

Marvel’s True Believers is a line that reprints older issues at the low price of just $1. January sees a selection of reprints that focus on early appearances of villains.

  • True Believers: The Criminally Insane – Bullseye (Reprinting Daredevil #131)
  • True Believers: The Criminally Insane – Green Goblin (Reprinting Amazing Spider-Man #14)
  • True Believers: The Criminally Insane – Bushman (Reprinting Moon Knight (1980 series) #1)
  • True Believers: The Criminally Insane – Master of Evil (Reprinting Avengers #6)
  • True Believers: The Criminally Insane – Manarin (Reprinting material from Tales of Suspense #50 and #56)
  • True Believers: The Criminally Insane – Gypsy Moth (Reprinting Spider-Woman (1978 series) #10)
  • True Believers: The Criminally Insane – Dracula (Reprinting Tomb of Dracula #24)
  • True Believers: The Criminally Insane – Purple Man (Reprinting Daredevil #4)
  • True Believers: The Criminally Insane – Absorbing Man (Reprinting Journey Into Mystery #114)
  • True Believers: The Criminally Insane – Klaw (Reprinting Black Panther (1977 series) #14)

Facsimile Editions

Facsimile Editions are reprints which reproduce comic book issues as they were originally produced. This includes all the advertisements, letters pages, and editorial messages. They’re a fun time capsule and an accessible way to read some of the more pricey comics in the secondary market.

  • Incredible Hulk #180
  • Fantastic Four Annual #6
  • Amazing Spider-Man #347

Other Reprints

January also sees a reprint collection of early appearances of the Ravencroft institute and a 3D reprint (with glasses) o a classic Wolverine story.

  • Marvel Tales: Ravencroft (Reprinting Spectacular Spider-Man #178, Spider-Man Unlimited (1993 series) #1, and Amazing Spider-Man #798)
  • Wolverine Vs Sabretooth 3D (Reprinting Wolverine (1988 series) #10 in 3D)

Trade Paperback Collections

Prefer to read your comics in the collected format? Check out below the trade paperback collections, both recent and classic content, that you can jump into.

Black Cat Volume 1: Grand Theft Marvel cover J Scott Campbell.
Black Cat Volume 1: Grand Theft Marvel cover J Scott Campbell.

Black Cat Volume 1: Grand Theft Marvel

Written by Jed MacKay and Nao Fuji. Art by Mike Dowling, Travel Foreman, and Nao Fuji.

What Marvel says:

Collects Black Cat (2019) #1-5.

The Black Cat is back! Felicia Hardy has a taste for the finer things in life and a certain set of skills that can get her into any mansion, vault or museum to – procure them. But now Felicia’s on the run from the New York Thieves Guild and their boss, Odessa Drake! Prepare for high-octane heists, climactic chases and twists to keep you on the edge of your seat! The Black Cat prides herself on being able to break into anywhere — but does that include Doctor Strange’s Sanctum Sanctorum? In a magical place where any wrong turn might mean death, it will take an insane amount of luck just to get out alive. But getting out with the loot is even more difficult!

What How to Love Comics says:

If you love a good heist story with a Marvel twist then check out this collection issues from Black Cat’s ongoing series.

Black Cat Volume 1: Grand Theft Marvel is available January 1st.

Conan: Hour of the Dragon cover by Gil Kane.
Conan: Hour of the Dragon cover by Gil Kane.

Conan: Hour of the Dragon

Written by Roy Thomas. Art John Buscema and Gil Kane.

What Marvel says:

Collects Giant-Size Conan (1974) #1-4, Conan the Barbarian Annual (1973) #4-5 and material from Savage Sword of Conan (1974) #8, 10.

Presenting Marvel’s epic adaptation of Robert E. Howard’s sole Conan novel, The Hour of the Dragon, plus its amazing comic book sequels! The evil Xaltotun has returned from the dark ages of Acheron to depose Conan, King of Aquilonia. But while the world thinks him dead, Conan battles his way from dungeon to tower and mounts an all-out war — for upon usurpers, Conan must mete out a savage vengeance! In the process, he encounters Zenobia, the stunning slave woman who will become a key figure in his future. Classic creators Roy Thomas, Gil Kane and John Buscema bring the gripping story of palace intrigue and eldritch horrors to life — and for the first time ever, the complete saga is presented in full color!

What How to Love Comics says:

Come for this interesting take on the classic Conan tales and stay for the incredible Gil Kan and John Buscema art.

Conan: The Hour Of The Dragon is available January 1st.

Savage Sword of Conan: Conan Gambler cover by Marco Checchetto.
Savage Sword of Conan: Conan Gambler cover by Marco Checchetto.

Savage Sword of Conan: Conan Gambler

Written by Meredith Finch, Roy Thomas, and Jim Zub. Art by Alan Davis, Luke Ross, and Patch Zircher.

What Marvel says:

Collects Savage Sword of Conan (2019) #6-11.

More foes fall before the savage sword of Conan! A past wrong comes back to haunt Conan in a tale of revenge! Stripped of his weapons, his strength and even his wits, the Cimmerian must dig deep if he wants to live to see the dawn! Then, a violent encounter in Shadizar puts young Conan in the hot seat in a deadly game of Serpent’s Bluff! Now, he must navigate the seedy underworld of “civilized” gambling. But when the chips are down, he’ll play his best hand — the one holding good Brythunian steel! Plus: Legendary creators Roy Thomas and Alan Davis spin an unforgettable tale as Conan leads a mysterious band of adventurers into the Himelian Mountains in search of a lost comrade. But Conan may get more than he bargained for when the startling truth behind the quest is uncovered!

What How to Love Comics says:

If that’s not enough Conan for you then check out this collection of modern stories. Savage Sword of Conan rotates its creative team for every story so each tale has it’s own unique take on everyone’s favourite barbarian.

Savage Sword of Conan: Conan Gambler is available from January 15th.

Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur: Full Moon cover by Natacha Bustos.
Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur: Full Moon cover by Natacha Bustos.

Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur: Full Moon

Written by Brandon Montclare and Amy Reeder. Art by Natacha Bustos and Ray-Anthony Height.

What Marvel says:

Collects Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur (2015) #13-24.

Brains and brawn! Tony Stark, Victor von Doom, T’Challa, Amadeus Cho – the greatest minds in the Marvel Universe all have one thing in common: They’re not smarter than a fourth-grader! Lunella Lafayette is the smartest there is — and her brain is matched by Devil Dinosaur’s brawn! They’ll need both to stand up to some of the worst villains the world has to offer — and maybe even one of its greatest heroes! Because while Reed Richards, the guy who used to be the cleverest of all, is away, his best pal, Benjamin J. Grimm, is here to defend his pole position! Then Lunella has her biggest adventure yet: A journey to the Living Planet! But are you ready for Moon Girl to meet – Girl-Moon? And who exactly are Devil Girl and Moon Dinosaur?!

What How to Love Comics says:

Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur are fun comics that people of any age can enjoy. This collection combines the third and fourth trade paperback collections so you can twice the fun.

Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur: Full Moon is available January 1st.

Absolute Carnage TPB cover by Ryan Stegman.
Absolute Carnage TPB cover by Ryan Stegman.

Absolute Carnage

Written by Donny Cates. Art by Ryan Stegman.

What Marvel says:

Collects Absolute Carnage (2019) #1-5 and material from Free Comic Book Day 2019 (Spider-Man/Venom) #1.

Paint the town red – blood red! Carnage, the psychotic offspring of Venom, has returned — and he plans to slaughter everyone who’s ever worn a symbiote! Cletus Kasady has skirted the periphery of the Marvel Universe for months, but now he stands poised to make his grand return to New York — and he’s more powerful than ever! To make matters worse, a new player is on the board, and it’s not who you’d expect! Spider-Man and Venom must face down Carnage’s madness, but things aren’t looking good. Barely able to escape with their lives, the uneasy allies have no choice but to drag a slew of other heroes into Carnage’s crosshairs. And the hard truth is that not everybody will make it out of this conflict in one piece – if they make it out at all!

What How to Love Comics says:

If you’re looking for a massive Carnage story then you’ve come to the right place. Absolute Carnage was very popular in single issues and I have a feeling will sell well in trade paperback too.

Marvel will also be releasing the following tie-in collections in January:

  • Absolute Carnage vs Deadpool
  • Absolute Carnage: Immortal Hulk And Other Tales
  • Absolute Carnage: Lethal Protectors
  • Absolute Carnage: Scream
  • Absolute Carnage: Mile Morales

You can find out how the content of these collections fit into the overall story in the Absolute Carnage Reading Order.

Absolute Carnage is available from January 8th.

Black Widow: Welcome To The Game cover by Greg Land.
Black Widow: Welcome To The Game cover by Greg Land.

Black Widow: Welcome to the Game

Written by Richard K. Morgan. Art by Goran Parlov, Sean Phillips, and Bill Sienkiewicz.

What Marvel says:

Collects Black Widow (2004) #1-6, Black Widow: The Things They Say About Her (2005) #1-6.

The deadliest agent in the Marvel Universe has finally gotten out of the spy game! The Black Widow’s not asking much — just a life of her own. But an assassination attempt provides a harsh reality check, kicking off a string of international killings that leads Natasha Romanoff back to a Russia she can barely recognize. Whoever said you can’t go home again never reckoned with the Black Widow! People may say that she’s a traitor, a murderer or worse. But one thing’s for sure — the Black Widow is not to be crossed! The last man foolish enough to do so paid the highest price, but his powerful friends will ensure that Natasha doesn’t get off easy – and not even Nick Fury can protect her this time!

What How to Love Comics says:

Did you know that Richard K. Morgan, the author of Altered Carbon, wrote comics for a while? Neither did I. This collection of Black Widow stories collects two miniseries penned by Morgan and art by a crew of incredible artists.

2020 will be seeing a lot of older Black Widow material back in print and this only the beginning.

Black Widow: Welcome To The Game is available from January 8th.

Black Widow: Widowmaker cover by Adi Granov.
Black Widow: Widowmaker cover by Adi Granov.

Black Widow: Widowmaker

Written by Joe Ahearne, Cullen Bunn, Paul Cornell, Kelly Sue DeConnick, Marjorie Liu, Jim McCann, and Duane Swierczynski. Art by Daniel Acuna, Brian Ching, Manuel Garcia, John Paul Leon, David Lopez, Jamie McKelvie, Peter Nguyen, and Tom Raney.

What Marvel says:

Collects Black Widow: Deadly Origin (2009) #1-4, Black Widow (2010) #1-8, Widowmaker (2010) #1-4, Fear Itself: Black Widow (2011) #1, Black Widow Saga (2010) #1; material from Enter the Heroic Age (2010) #1, Iron Man: Kiss and Kill (2010) #1.

Thrilling adventures of Marvel’s deadliest superspy! Natasha’s shadowy past once again threatens all she holds dear in a globe-hopping thriller! As the Black Widow’s house of cards comes crashing down around her, what will she do to keep her deepest secret buried? When a senator is seduced and assassinated, why does the trail followed by his journalist son lead back to Natasha? Meanwhile, espionage agents around the world are being assassinated by an all-new Ronin! The next two targets: Black Widow and Mockingbird! But Hawkeye is determined to unmask the killer! Let the spy games begin!

What How to Love Comics says:

In terms of bang for your buck, this is one of the best Black Widow collections you can pick up. There’s a lot of comics to sink your teeth into.

Some of the highlights include Deadly Origin, a modern retelling of her origin; the 2010 series, which has incredible art by Daniel Acuna; and Widowmaker miniseries.

Black Widow: Widowmaker is available from January 29th.

Loki: The God Who Fell To Earth cover by Ozgur Yildirim.
Loki: The God Who Fell To Earth cover by Ozgur Yildirim.

Loki: The God Who Fell To Earth

Written by Daniel Kibblesmith. Art by Oscar Bazaldua.

What Marvel says:

Collects Loki (2019) #1-5, material from War of the Realms: Omega (2019) #1.

Loki is – Earth’s Mightiest Hero?! After dying a grisly death in WAR OF THE REALMS, the reborn Trickster learned a valuable lesson in warmongering: Don’t get caught. But now Loki has a whole new set of responsibilities — and his brother Thor isn’t about to let him walk away from them. Restless with his new duties, Loki seeks out the advice of the closest thing Midgard has to a king — Tony Stark, the invincible Iron Man! Close enough, right? But it turns out that Shellhead isn’t too happy to see Loki on account of all that stuff he did in the past. Now the God of Mischief/Stories/Evil/Chaos has to outsmart the cleverest man on Earth — or die (again) trying. Meanwhile, could Thor be hatching a mischievous plot of his own?

What How to Love Comics says:

Loki has always lusted for power, but now that he has some the trickers doesn’t want to deal with the responsibility. If you’re looking for a fun and humorous take on Loki then this miniseries spinning out of War of the Realms is what you should read.

Loki: The God Who Fell To Earth is available from January 8th.

Punisher Kill Krew cover by Tony Moore.
Punisher Kill Krew cover by Tony Moore.

Punisher Kill Krew

Written by Gerry Duggan. Art by Juan Ferreyra.

What Marvel says:

Collects Punisher Kill Krew (2019) #1-5, material from War of the Realms: Omega (2019) #1.

The War of the Realms may be over — but for the Punisher, the conflict never ends! To combat Malekith’s invasion, Frank Castle raised his own personal army. And now, in the war’s aftermath, they have some scores to settle! The Punisher has stolen Thor’s flying goat and is traversing the Ten Realms on a mission. But why is his first stop – Counter-Earth?! Frank made a promise of vengeance — and he keeps his promises. But a van full of orphans is about to make that vow a lot more complicated. And while Frank has picked up some unlikely allies, can he keep them alive? Featuring the Black Knight, Foggy Nelson and more in an action epic unlike anything you’ve ever seen. One Krew. Ten Realms. All-out war!

What How to Love Comics says:

Another miniseries spinning out of the conclusion of War of the Realms. This one sees The Punisher take his skills into a fantasy setting. If you’re looking for a Punisher story that’s completely different to all the others out there then check this one out.

Punisher Kill Krew is available from January 22nd.

Valkyrie: Jane Foster Volume 1: The Sacred And The Profane

Written by Jason Aaron and Al Ewing. Art by Cafu.

What Marvel says:

Collects Valkyrie: Jane Foster (2019) #1-5, material from War of the Realms: Omega (2019) #1.

Jane Foster is back! For years, you knew her as Dr. Jane Foster, one of Thor Odinson’s most steadfast companions. Then you knew her as Thor, Goddess of Thunder, who took up the mantle when nobody else was worthy. Now Jane takes on a new role as Valkyrie, guide and ferrywoman to the dead! But her days of battle are far from over — especially when Marvel’s deadliest shot gets his hands on the sword of a god! With the Asgardian weapon Dragonfang in his hand, who is Bullseye targeting — and what is he really after? Jane must learn a hard lesson: Not every death can be prevented. And when a friend falls, Jane discovers that Valhalla is only one hall of the dead. The multiversal afterlife awaits!

What How to Love Comics says:

If you’ve missed Jane Foster as Thor then this series is a good remedy.

Valkyrie: Jane Foster Volume 1: The Sacred And The Profane is available from January 22nd.

Contagion TPB cover by Juan Jose Ryp.
Contagion TPB cover by Juan Jose Ryp.

Contagion

Written by Ed Brisson. Art by Roge Antonio, Mack Chater, Damian Couceiro, Adam Gorham, and Stephen Segovia.

What Marvel says:

Collects Contagion (2019) #1-5.

A tale of terror unlike any the Marvel Universe has ever seen! An evil beyond understanding has arrived on Earth — and now it’s poised to overwhelm the planet! A strange substance is taking over heroes and citizens alike — draining them of their life force, stealing their knowledge and abilities — and neither science nor magic can stop it! Where did this horror come from? Can anything destroy it? And who will fall to its awful, overwhelming power? As the dread contagion spreads, it’s going to take every one of New York’s defenders and protectors to maintain life as we know it! But how many will they lose in the process?

What How to Love Comics says:

If you’re a fan of the potential end of the world pandemic story and want one with a MArvel twist then this is the story for you.

Contagion is available from January 15th.

Fantastic Four: Grand Design cover by Tom Scioli.
Fantastic Four: Grand Design cover by Tom Scioli.

Fantastic Four: Grand Design

Written by Tom Scioli and Stan Lee. Art by Tom Scioli and Jack Kirby.

What Marvel says:

Collects Fantastic Four: Grand Design (2019) #1-2, Fantastic Four (1961) #51.

The best-selling GRAND DESIGN format continues with Marvel’s First Family! Critically acclaimed cartoonist Tom Scioli re-examines the FF’s early days in the “sole-authorship” tradition made famous by Ed Piskor’s X-MEN: GRAND DESIGN trilogy! Join the Watcher and witness how it all began for Mister Fantastic, the Invisible Girl, the Human Torch and the Thing! And relive the debuts of the biggest friends and foes in the FF’s history — Doctor Doom, the Black Panther, Galactus, the Mole Man, the Inhumans and more — as the fabulous Fantastic Four receive the GRAND DESIGN treatment!

What How to Love Comics says:

Grand Design is a love-letter to the original Stan Lee and Jack Kirby run of Fantastic Four. If you love this era of Fantastic Four then you’ll enjoy the passion that Scioli has for the material. For those who haven’t read the classic run then it is the perfect crash course in the comics that built the foundations of the Marvel Universe.

Fantastic Four: Grand Design is available from January 29th.

Oz: The Complete Collection - Wonderful Wizard/ Marvelous Land cover Skottie Young.
Oz: The Complete Collection – Wonderful Wizard/ Marvelous Land cover Skottie Young.

Oz: The Complete Collection – Wonderful Wizard/ Marvelous Land

Written by Eric Shanower. Art by Skottie Young.

What Marvel says:

Collects The Wonderful Wizard of Oz (2008) #1-8, The Marvelous Land of Oz (2009) #1-8.

The premier American fantasy adventure gets the Merry Marvel treatment! Eric Shanower and Skottie Young’s Eisner Award-winning adaptations of L. Frank Baum’s Oz books begin with the beloved tale of Kansas farm girl Dorothy, blown by a tornado to the magical Land of Oz. Dorothy fatally flattens a wicked witch, liberates a living scarecrow and is hailed by the munchkins as a great sorceress – but all she really wants is to get home! Then join the young boy named Tip as he escapes the servitude of mean old witch Mombi and runs away with his newly created magical companion, Jack Pumpkinhead. Along the way, they meet Sawhorse – and follow the legendary Yellow Brick Road to the Emerald City!

What How to Love Comics says:

Before Skottie Young became famous for drawing Marvel characters as kids for variant covers, he and Eric Shanower adapted all of the novels that the Wizard of Oz was based on. The result are incredibly fun comics that people of all ages will enjoy.

Oz: The Complete Collection – Wonderful Wizard/ Marvelous Land is available from January 1st.

Star Wars Original Trilogy - Movie Adaptations cover by Adi Granov.
Star Wars Original Trilogy – Movie Adaptations cover by Adi Granov.

Star Wars Original Trilogy – Movie Adaptations

Written by Archie Goodwin and Roy Thomas. Art by Howard Chaykin and Al Williamson.

What Marvel says:

Collects Star Wars (1977) #1-6, 39-44 (remastered); Star Wars: Return of the Jedi (1983) #1-4 (remastered).

The classic Marvel adaptations of all three films in the original Star Wars trilogy, collected in one blockbuster volume — fully remastered for the modern age by colorist Chris Sotomayor! Relive the events of A NEW HOPE, THE EMPIRE STRIKES BACK and RETURN OF THE JEDI as the timeless saga of Luke Skywalker and his rebel allies battling the Empire and its ruthless enforcer Darth Vader unfold in action-packed style — including scenes that never made the silver screen! Travel from the desert world of Tatooine, to the ice planet Hoth, to the forest moon of Endor on an unforgettable journey across the galaxy — one that’s far, far away and a long time ago! May the Force be with you, in the mighty Marvel manner!

What How to Love Comics says:

Experience the original Star Wars trilogy in a brand new way with these remastered comics which adapt each of the movies. If you’ve never read these before then you’re in for a treat as they’re an interesting take on the movies. For those who have read them, then you can experience them all over again with brand-new modern colouring.

Star Wars Original Trilogy – Movie Adaptations is available from January 15th.

Star Wars Legends: Forever Crimson cover Walt Simonson.
Star Wars Legends: Forever Crimson cover Walt Simonson.

Star Wars Legends: Forever Crimson

Written by Archie Goodwin and Matthew Rosenberg. Art by Andrea Broccardo, Giuseppe Camuncoli, Jan Duursema, Kerry Gammill, Carmine Infantino, Leonard Kirk, Stefano Landini, Luke Ross, Walt Simonson, and Al Williamson.

What Marvel says:

Collects Star Wars (1977) #16, 27, 29, 50; Star Wars (2019) #108.

A Star Wars saga decades in the making! Meet the droid-hating Valance the Hunter — who’s hot on Luke Skywalker’s trail! Will his destiny end by finding the rebel hero — or in a deadly confrontation with Darth Vader? Then Luke and his X-wing squadron find a derelict Imperial Star Destroyer, with everyone on board dead — and their skin turned crimson! When the virus responsible leaves Luke in a coma, Han Solo and his allies face a race against time to cure the mysterious malady! Then, in celebration of Marvel’s 80th anniversary, the landmark Star Wars #108 returns to the Legends era of a long time ago for one issue only — continuing the stories of Valance and the Crimson Forever! And you won’t believe which classic characters return!

What How to Love Comics says:

Beilert Valance was a bounty hunter created just for Star Wars comics when Marvel originally had the licence. This trade paperback collects all of his appearances and is a perfect read who needs some bounty hunter action now that the first season of the Mandalorian is now completed.

Star Wars Legends: Forever Crimson is available from January 22nd.

Captain America: Sam Wilson The Complete Collection cover by Alex Ross.
Captain America: Sam Wilson The Complete Collection Volume 1 cover by Alex Ross.

Captain America: Sam Wilson The Complete Collection Volume 1

Written by Dennis ‘Hopeless’ Hallum, Jeff Loveness, Rick Remender, and Nick Spencer. Art by Daniel Acuna, Joe Bennett, Stuart Immonen, Szymon Kudranski, Ryan Lee, Alec Morgan, Luca Pizzari, and Paul Renaud.

What Marvel says:

Collects Captain America (2012) #25, All-New Captain America: Fear Him (2015) #1-4, All-New Captain America (2014) #1-6, Amazing Spider-Man Special (2015) #1, Inhuman Special (2015) #1, All-New Captain America Special (2015) #1, Captain America: Sam Wilson (2015) #1-6.

Sam Wilson takes flight as the soaring Sentinel of Liberty – Captain America! Handed the shield by Steve Rogers himself, the former Falcon is joined by new partner Nomad to tackle threats including the fearsome Scarecrow, Batroc and Baron Zemo’s newly ascendant Hydra! But stepping into Steve’s boots isn’t easy – and Sam soon finds himself on the outs with both his old friend and S.H.I.E.L.D.! Plus, the Sons of the Serpent, Doctor Malus – and the all-new Falcon! And a team-up with Spider-Man and the Inhumans! The headline-making Sam Wilson is a Captain America for today!

What How to Love Comics says:

MCU fans, if you’re excited to see Sam Wilson wield Captain America’s shield Falcon and Winter Soldier, then you don’t have to wait for the Disney+ series. Sam Wilson had a run as Captain America in the comics a few years back and it looks like Marvel are now collecting that run in nice chunky volumes.

Captain America: Sam Wilson The Complete Collection Volume 1 is available from January 22nd.

Invisible Woman TPB cover by Adam Hughes.
Invisible Woman TPB cover by Adam Hughes.

Invisible Woman: Partners In Crime

Written by Mark Waid. Art by Mattia de Iulis.

What Marvel says:

Collects Invisible Woman (2019) #1-5.

Shocking secrets from the Invisible Woman’s past are revealed! Years ago, Susan Storm Richards undertook an espionage mission for S.H.I.E.L.D. — and now it’s up to her to save her former partner from death at the hands of international terrorists! The Invisible Woman must form an unlikely — and uneasy — alliance with another heroine who knows a thing or two about staying hidden: the Black Widow! Together the two will comb the lush palaces and back alleys of the seedy island nation of Madripoor — but what they discover will shake the Invisible Woman to the core and turn her mission upside down!

What How to Love Comics says:

While Sue Storm has been around since the early 60s as part of the Fantastic Four, it took until 2019 for her to have her own solo miniseries. If you’re a fan of espionage stories and are looking for one that’s unique then check out Invisible Woman.

Invisible Woman is available from January 22nd.

X-Statix The Complete Collection Volume 1 cover by Mike Allred.
X-Statix The Complete Collection Volume 1 cover by Mike Allred.

X-Statix The Complete Collection Volume 1

Written by Peter Milligan. Art by Mike Allred, Darwyn Cooke, Duncan Fegredo, Sean Phillips, and Paul Pope.

What Marvel says:

Collects X-Force (1991) #116-129, Brotherhood (2001) #9, X-Statix (2002) #1-5.

Peter Milligan and Michael Allred reboot X-Force into the reality stars X-Statix, in their bright and bold 21st-century deconstruction of the X-books! Sex. Money. Power. Fame. That’s what drives these mutant heroes! But what really happens when an X-team becomes huge media stars? Find out in this wild examination of celebrity culture — with a far higher body count than any reality TV show! Fall in love with the Orphan, the Anarchist, Dead Girl, Phat, Vivisector, U-Go Girl, the incomparable Doop and more — but don’t get too attached, as there’s no guarantee that any of them will make it out of each battle alive! And when the team relaunches their brand as the X-Statix, will it propel them to even greater fame? Or will the interactive O-Force become the hot new thing?

What How to Love Comics says:

For all of the 90s, X-Force was a grim and gritty X-Men team which took itself very seriously but at the turn of the century, Peter Milligan and Mike Allred came on board to shake up the formula in a drastic way. Their X-Force, which eventually became X-Statix, was bright, colourful, and bombastic while introducing fan-favourite characters such as Doop.

X-Statix The Complete Collection Volume 1 is available from January 22nd.

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