Hot claws sounds like a really weird euphemism.
Yeah, personally, I’ve been a fan of Captain Marvel comics from back when Starlin was writing and Broderick was one of my favorite artists. I think the original Mar Vell work with Lee and Colan are some of the best comics from that time. It’s essentially THE DAY THE EARTH STOOD STILL meets SUPERMAN.
I didn’t really get into the Carol Danvers character until the great X-men Annual that introduced Rogue when she stole her powers (with great art from Michael Golden) and then later when she became Binary (I wonder if that will figure into the movie somehow?). So, again, we have Claremont to thank for making the character as interesting as she was in the 80’s when separated from the Captain Marvel or Ms Marvel moniker.
Her appearance in ALIAS was what reignited my interest in the character, but once she left the Ms Marvel persona and put back on the uniform and rank of Captain, I haven’t really felt any interest. She seems more blandly super heroic than a living character with a vast history of bad decisions behind her.
Yeah it lwas. I can’t remember if the reception was good or bad because I don’t think anyone much was reading at that point.
Following the conclusion of the miniseries Cataclysm and under the Ultimate Marvel NOW! banner, coinciding with the Marvel Universe All-New Marvel NOW! launch, writer Michel Fiffe and artist Amilcar Pinna brought together a new team including Spider-Man II, the new Black Widow (Jessica Drew) (and former Spider-Woman), Kitty Pryde, Bombshell and Cloak and Dagger. The book ran for 12 issues.
Where’s my no-prize?
The heat melts them down until they’re short enough.
Jet fuel can’t melt adamantium claws!
It can when multiplied by the sudden impact of them retracting into his forearms. It’s physics 101.
That’s exactly what they want you to “think”
Maybe he just gets into some cold water beforehand.
That’s just one of the MANY questions I have about this image.
Some of the best Leifeld art I’ve seen in years, the more I see and read about this the more I’m intrigued to pick it up.
I’m super pumped for this series. Just wish Liefeld was doing every issue or they were at least bringing an all Image/Extreme crew.
Oh, no, an Avenger will die?!
For how many months?
I think we need to measure this in pages. Like when Jean Grey died in Uncanny X-Men 281 and was back alive within 20 pages.
You realize that Major X will turn out to be Shatterstar in disguise and at the end of the miniseries he will fall into the blades of a helicopter and die a gruesome death.