Following the recently released teaser trailer, an official trailer for season two of the X-Men spinoff series Legion has now been released.
The FX and Marvel series follows David Haller (played by Dan Stevens), who once believed he was a schizophrenic but discovers he might actually be a powerful mutant. You can read more about Legion and watch the official season two trailer below.
Sons of the Devil #3 Written by Brian Buccellato
Art by Toni Infante
Letters by Troy Peteri
Cover art by Tony Infanti, Rod Reis, Bill Sienkiewicz & Steve Buccellato Image Comics
Release Date: July 22, 2015
Cover Price: $2.99
Sons of the Devil #3 is the third chapter in this unique mystery/thriller from Image Comics. Actually, they don’t really have anything to do with it, all the goodness comes from the minds of the creators!
It’s the start of a new year, time for a new calendar!
And as it turns out, calendar years occasionally repeat. For instance, 2015’s days and dates line up exactly with those of 1981. So, cartoonist Mark Anderson took his copy of a Marvel Comics 20th Anniversary calendar from 1981 and lovingly scanned and posted the pages online for all to use!
The 1981 calendar features beloved Marvel characters like Captain America, Iron Man, Thor, The Hulk, and others created by artists like Bill Sienkiewicz, Joe Sinnott, John Romita Jr., Frank Miller, George Perez, and more.
Moon Knight #1 Written by Warren Ellis
Art by Declan Shalvey
Colors by Jordie Bellaire
Covers by Declan Shalvey, Bill Sienkiewicz, Adi Granov, Skottie Young, and Katie Cook Marvel Comics
Release Date: March 5, 2014
Cover Price: $3.99
Anyone who knows me know that I’m a HUGE Moon Knight fan. I’ve got every single issue from every single series that he was in. So, needless to say, I was more excited for Moon Knight #1 than anybody else on this planet. There was just one problem. I don’t usually like the writing of Warren Ellis.
Well, Warren Ellis proved me wrong with this book. He’s not writing like his usual self, and that threw me for a loop. Most often, when he takes on an already established character, he takes away everything that makes that character cool and spins him or her off in a totally different direction. Now, he does do that to some degree here, but he also leaves the core of who and what Moon Knight is. And, don’t worry, he even lets Moon Knight use his trademark crescent moon “moonarangs” or whatever they’re called. HE takes the character in a totally different direction than he’s ever been in before, but he makes it work and it somehow makes sense. I was very pleasantly surprised.
Bela Lugosi’s Tales of the Grave #4 Written by Mark Finn, Lowell Isaac, Ed Polgardy, Michael Leal and Kerry Gammill
Art by John Lucas, Bill Sienkiewicz, Lowell Isaac, Rob Brown, Nik Poliwko and Kerry Gammill
Edited by Kerry Gammill
Covers by Alex Tuis and Carlos Valenzuela Monsterverse
Release Date: August 21, 2013
Cover Price: $3.99
The fourth installment of Bela Lugosi’s Tales of the Grave contains five horror stories that are straight out of the late night tv horror shows. Campy and fun, the horror is the standard mix of cautionary tales and revenge. It also contains a poster gallery from Bela Lugosi’s Invisible Ghost, a classic movie from 1941.
A couple of the stories, “The Evil Eye” and “The Monster” deal with children being bullied. Hopeless and alone both stories have someone befriend the lonely outcast. When that friendship is taken away, they snap. The stories are fun and the consequences gruesome. Both have art styles that fit the story, though “The Monster” is definitely the more twisted, in both art and story, of the two.