Marvel Minute: WandaVision & Marvel’s 616
What’s up in the Marvel universe?
Well, Angélique Roché is on the case and this week we’ve got a lot of brand-spanking-new stuff.
Wanda and Vision and Shang-Chi all have that new comic smell.
Meanwhile, just to indulge, and before we move to the “Marvel Minute,” check out the trailer for Shang-Chi No. 1:
SHANG-CHI #1 Trailer | Marvel Comics
Witness the Marvel Universe’s greatest fighter return to a world of death and destruction he thought he left behind long ago – and discover the secrets to Shang-Chi’s past that will change his world forever. Don’t miss out on this epic tale of family, betrayal and justice as the incredible team of Gene Luen Yang (American Born Chinese), Dike Ruan (SPIDER-VERSE, BLACK CAT) and Philip Tan (UNCANNY X-MEN) launch a new chapter in the legend of Shang-Chi!
Now, check out almost two minutes of Marvel goodness:
Trailers for Marvel Studios’ WandaVision & Marvel’s 616! | Marvel Minute
This week’s Marvel Minute: New trailers for Marvel Studios’ WandaVision and Marvel’s 616 are here, a new suit is revealed for Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales, and new comics like the action-packed SHANG-CHI #1 are in stores!
And, as we always hope to do, MickeyBlog.com provides some deets on the stories covered in the Marvel Minute.
Firstly, we took a look at the new-look Marvel’s Spider-Man:
Secondly, we pulled together some details on the new Marvel docuseries, Marvel’s 616:
Thirdly, and perhaps most importantly, we enjoyed New Rockstar’s breakdown of WanderVision:
Bonus: Marvel’s Pull List
Finally, when you’ve pulled through all of the above, why not check out Marvel’s Pull List:
— Marvel Entertainment (@Marvel) October 6, 2020
It’s a regeneratin’ and degeneratin’ new episode of Marvel’s Pull List, True Believers!
This week, Ryan “Agent M” Penagos and Tucker Markus welcome Marvel Comics senior editor Jordan D. White to examine a series he helped shepherd into ever-lovin’ existence: DEADPOOL (2012)!
Jordan chats about seven Merc WIth A Mouth mags in particular—issues #7, #13, #20, #26, #34, #40, and #45; working with creatives Gerry Duggan, Brian Posehn, Scott Koblish, and Val Staples; storylines within (and in between) other storylines; and so much more!
Check out the podcast, below: