This list includes an eclectic mix of Falcon stories, with something for every kind of fan, including team-ups with Captain America and the Winter Soldier, solo adventures, socially-aware tales, and much more.
This selection of great reads span Bucky’s history from his first appearance all the way through to more recent adventures.
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.
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.
This month we see a slew of new series, jumping on points for comics that have been running for a little while and even a classic 1970’s reprint. Read on to find out which Marvel comics are new reader friendly in October.
This month we see a slew of annuals, beginnings of new stories and even a reprint of some classic Captain America to dive into.
Marvel’s events can sometimes be a bit confusing so I’ve created the Civil War II Reading Order Checklist. This handy guide not only gives you a reading order but also lists the creative teams, release dates and tie-ins involved.
In this article I’ve together 20 easy jumping on points for Marvel Comics in May 2016. That’s right, there are 21 great places to start reading Marvel Comics this month.
As crossovers can sometimes be confusing, I’ve created the Avengers: Standoff Reading Order Guide in order to help you make sense of it all. In it I give you everything you need to know for this crossover including how to read it, the comics involved, release dates and creative teams.
Together Brian Michael Bendis and Alex Maleev created an acclaimed run on Moon Knight over 12 issues. Take a look inside for five reasons you should read their interpretation on the cult character.
Each month I like to showcase a batch of new comics that you should be reading. I try and make it varied, mixing up creative ideas, genres and different storytelling to create a list that will have something that will appeal to everyone. This month we have witches, decapitated heads, an emerald archer, Deadpool taking on Thanos, futuristic parkour and much more.
With the announcement of the third Captain America film, subtitled “Civil War”, there has been a new found interest in the classic event. This Civil War Reading Order Guide aims to help make sense of this event – listing all the preludes, tie-ins and trade paperbacks.
Big Marvel events can be confusing. With all the tie-ins and additional miniseries it can be difficult to know what ties-in and what should be read. That’s why I have made the Avengers & X-Men: AXIS Reading Order Checklist to make things easier. This includes all the issues involved, but also release dates and creative teams.
If you are looking for a great Captain America story then you would be in luck, these are the 10 Captain America stories you should read. A great mixture of stories throughout the decades, both critically acclaimed and fan favourites.
For those unfamiliar with The Invaders, we introduce you to each member so you have a greater context when reading the upcoming All-New Invaders series. So if you are not familiar with Captain America, Winter Soldier, Namor or The Human Torch this guide is for you.