Description: Awakening in an ancient city plagued by a twisted epidemic -- where horrific beasts stalk the shadows and the streets run slick with the blood of the damned -- a nameless Hunter embarks on a dangerous quest in search of Paleblood.
Marvel Comics has announced the return of the Fantastic Four in a new series in August from writer Dan Slott and artist Sara Pichelli.
"We've been waiting for the right creators to become available for this book," said editor-in-chief C.B. Cebulski in a video. "It's been in the works a long time."
"Dan is the biggest fan of the Fantastic Four. He has this uncanny ability to have this encyclopedic memory of almost everything that's ever happened in a Marvel comic, including Fantastic Four from the first issue, and respect the past in the stories but also drive the story forward with new ideas, new ways of thinking, and new approaches to these things that we haven't seen before."
The book will feature the original foursome -- Reed Richards, Sue Richards, johnny Storm and Ben Grimm.
The Marvel 2-in-One book, featuring The Thing and Human Torch, will continue.
DARK HORSE'S TERMINATOR: Dark Horse Comics has announced an August 15 launch for Terminator: Sector War, a four-issue series from writer Brian Wood and artist Jeff Stokely.
Here's how Dark Horse describes the series:
"Many are familiar with the story of The Terminator's time-traveling quest to 1984 to kill Sarah Connor in Los Angeles. Adding a new spin to the timeline, Terminator: Sector War follows a second Terminator sent to 1984 New York City to take out NYPD Officer Lucy Castro, a rookie cop assigned to one of the worst sections of the city. When she faces off against the relentless T-800, she will have to rely on unlikely allies to survive till dawn as the machine that never sleeps stalks his prey through the city that never sleeps."
Cuál sería la aproximación más cercana para enterarme de lo que pasa en la peli Black Panther (que si puedo evitar, no voy a ir a verla al cine) para estar al tanto de todo cara al estreno de Infinity War (que sí que iré a ver seguro).
La peli de black panther no me llama nada, pero a lo mejor se explica lo mismo o muy similar en formato cómic que suelen dar más la talla con algunos personajes.