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Collects Spider-Man And His Amazing Friends #1, Uncanny X-Men (1981) #193, Firestar (1986) #1-4, Spider-Man Family.Follow Firestar's flight from animated Amazing Friend to Marvel Universe mutant mainstay! First, meet Angelica Jones in an adaptation of her classic cartoon debut alongside best buds Spider-Man and Iceman, then get her full story as she blazes her way into the world of the X-Men. But if Emma Frost has her way, Angel will grow into one of the team's deadliest foes! Is Firestar fated to be one of the White Queen's Hellions, or can she force her freedom and forge her own heroic destiny? Spider-Man and Iceman better hope it's the latter by the time the three enjoy a bona fide in-continuity team-up.
- Issue # TPB (7 months ago)
Angelica Jones has been many things in her life. Daughter. Friend. Fiancee. Mutant. Hellion. New Warrior. Avenger. And, most recently, cancer survivor. Granted a second chance at life, Angelica has only one question for herself: What do I do with it?
- Issue # Full (11 months ago)
In her world, RIKKI BARNES was the modern-day BUCKY, teen sidekick to CAPTAIN AMERICA. In this world, the Cap she knew is dead, she never existed, and very little else is as she remembers. With no home, no income and no legal identity, what's a girl to do? How about tracking down the new Cap, reconnecting with her brother, and running afoul of the SECRET EMPIRE? Sounds like a plan to us!
The NEW MARVEL AGE continues with the series that launched the first Marvel Age. Find out just who the Fantastic Four are and how they came to be in this modern ALL AGES retelling of a classic featuring new art and a new, updated script! When nuclear plants around the globe are swallowed up by the Earth itself, it's up to the Fantastic Four to take on the source of all the mayhem, the Mole Man!
Marvel once again poses the question, "What If...?" What if Peter Parker had been completely consumed by his inner, bestial impulses and became more spider than man in "The Other?" What if the greatest threat in Avengers history had gone undetected in "Disassembled?" What if Wolverine, the world's deadliest killing machine, was never de-programmed in "Enemy of the State"? Professor X's secret squad of young mutants had survived its ill-fated attempt to rescue the original X-Men in "Deadly Genesis?" But what if Legion killed both Magneto and Xavier, leaving no leader to create any incarnation of X-Men to resist the "Age of Apocalypse?"
- Issue # Full (one year ago)
From the moment Professor Xavier arrived on her doorstep, young Jean Grey knew things would change forever. But she was never prepared for how strange life at the Xavier Institute could be- or just how dangerous she truly was. Will she be able to harness her budding powers in time to prove herself a hero? Or will the ghosts of her past haunt her forever? Sean McKeever and Mike Mayhew bring you the first adventure of the X-Men's mightiest mutant. Guest-starring the original X-Men!
- Issue # Full (one year ago)
The era of Terror has begun. A group of young heroes has been abducted by the Terror Titans and sold to the Dark Side Club. As the Terror Titans are facing some kind of leadership problem, Ravager is the new rising star in the arena, not without a dead hero in her conscience. The question remains, will Rose succumb to her dark nature or the hero in her will stand victorious?
Mary Jane watches Spider-Man defeat Doctor Octopus on television. MJ is enthralled, and is only brought back to reality by Peter Parker, who is helping her study algebra. MJ tells Peter he's an amazing tutor, but only turns off the TV after the spot on Spider-Man is over.
A feature-length tale starring Spider-Man's alien costume and guest-starring the Sandman! Peter Parker would love nothing more than to get a good night's sleep, but his sleek, symbiotic suit has plans of its own...and no one is gonna get in its way! Plus, a heaping helping of classic Spidey stories!
Some dangers are too big for even the Marvel Super Heroes--and that’s when they activate Tony Stark’s newest inventions: the Mega Morphs! Super-powerful high-tech transforming robots piloted by the unlikely team of New Avengers’ Spider-Man, Captain America, and Wolverine--along with Ghost Rider and the Hulk?
After some bumps in the road, it seems MJ is finally over Spider-Man and excited to go to Homecoming with her boyfriend, Harry Osborn. But unless Harry's dad sees an improvement in his son's slipping grades, Harry can forget about ever seeing Mary Jane again. Add to this the fact that Liz Allan thinks best friend MJ and boyfriend Flash Thompson are fooling around behind her back, and you've got a recipe for the worst Homecoming ever!
Liz Allan is trying to convince Mary Jane to go to the Homecoming Dance with Harry Osborn. Mary Jane protests, and says that Harry is like a brother to her and that she's looking for something more exciting. Liz tells Mary Jane that she's being unrealistic, but MJ already has someone in mind. As Mary Jane is called down to dinner, we get a glimpse of her bedroom wall which is covered in photos of Spiderman.
They're just ordinary exchange students from a far-off land, here to learn about our culture - except their home is a mysterious city on the moon; they each possess fabulous, exotic abilities and appearances; and their homeland is a realm governed by strict adherence to genetic law. The next generation of Inhumans star in this atmospheric new ensemble drama
THE HEROIC AGE IS HERE! The patriotic girl without a world in need of a home. The insecure newbie striving to be a better super hero. The illegal immigrant with a tortured past and a dream. The disillusioned Midwesterner desperate for direction. The veteran team player given a second lease on life. Five heroes against tyranny in all its forms. Five students pushing to make the grade. Five friends together on the road to adulthood. They are NOMAD, ARANA, TORO, GRAVITY and FIRESTAR--the YOUNG ALLIES! But even their combined might may not be enough to take on a new team of teen terrors!
The globally-praised tale of a boy and his 'bot by Eisner Award-Winner Sean McKeever, returns for a limited engagement! After using his refurbished government weapon of mutant destruction to make himself popular, you'd think Juston Seyfert would be on top of the world. Instead, he's run away from home, torn up inside by the guilt brought on by his selfish acts. Now in search of his mother, who left his family at an early age, Juston must figure out what to do with his life. And if he doesn't figure it out soon, there are a couple government types who would be more than happy to figure it out for him!
"SENTINEL is a teen sci-fi drama about finding your voice, learning to stand up for yourself without being irresponsible, and discovering what it means to be a hero in the 21st century," says writer Sean McKeever. "Oh yeah, it's also about a boy and his giant robot."
You've made your way through high school and moved out of your parents' house. You're finally ready to get a job, pick a major, and meet the girl of your dreams. You've got it all figured out... right? Right?! Meet freshman Greg Willis, NYC newbie from the rural Midwest hoping to realize his dream of becoming a big-city super hero. But will the realities of city life, college and saving the day prove to be too much for him? Let Sean McKeever and Mike Norton, the creative team responsible for the acclaimed Indie drama, The Waiting Place, introduce to you the next great Marvel hero!