First Look | Marvel Comics shipping 5/17: Moon Knight, X-Men Fairy Tales, Wolverine, and Avengers

Get a sneak peak at Marvel Comics shipping May 17th!

A Night Fight and the Long Road Back in Moon Knight #2

 Marc Spector has hit rock bottom and is unable to live his former life as a superhero.  Find out in Moon Knight #2 what started the former hero’s fall from grace and what lengths he will now go in order to become a superhero once again. 


The return of Moon Knight to an ongoing series has left fans and critics abuzz, especially after the superstar team of Charlie Huston and David Finch’s first issue.


Dexter K. Flowers of says, "A great character has once again been brought to life by a great creative team, and the result is so much more than the Moon Knight I remember."


Adam White of says, "From page one, Huston grabs your attention and takes you for a ride, succinctly defining Moon Knight’s motivation while simultaneously giving you a tour inside the character’s mind and his actions on the street."
After the pulse-pounding and shocking first issue, pick up Moon Knight #2 to learn why Moon Knight slipped away from the spotlight and if his god Khonshu will help him return to his former glory; plus, one of the most brutal fights you will see in the pages of a comic this year.   


MOON KNIGHT #2  (MAR062107)
Pencils & Cover by DAVID FINCH
"Fear, More Than God": Marc Spector lies awake every night, questions and fears haunting his thoughts.  Because one night on windswept rooftop, he squared off against his greatest nemesis and something truly dreadful happened. Something Spector can’t put behind him, nor should. Something Khonshu won’t let him.  The night is young and the moon
full.  The worst is yet to come for Marc Spector.  Part 2 (of 6).

32 PGS./Rated T+ …$2.99








X-Men Classics Reimagined in X-Men: Fairy Tales


In the tradition of the classic X-Men story "Kitty’s Fairy Tale," the new limited series X-Men: Fairy Tales takes everybody’s favorite mutants and thrusts them into whole new worlds of myths and fables
The first issue of X-Men: Fairy Tales features an X-Men reinvisioning
of the classic Japanese tale of Momotaro, the Peach-Boy.  In X-Men Fairy Tales, Momotaro is born with a peach pit for an eye and, when removed, is able to shoot ruby-red optic blasts.  As a result of his bizarre powers, Momotaro remains in seclusion with his adopted parents, afraid of how the outside world will treat someone so different. 
When an unassuming bald Monk comes across the Peach-Boy, he shows Momotaro that his gift is something to be proud of.  So the Peach-Boy joins up with the Monk in order to defeat the evil demons that have plagued his lands and captured a familiar-looking red-haired princess. 


X-Men: Fairy Tales #1 is not to be missed as classic X-Men stories and global fables and myths are interwoven to create all-new stories. 
X-MEN FAIRY TALES #1 (of 4)  (MAR062129)
Written by C. B. Cebulski
Art and Cover by Sana Takeda
32 PGS./Rated A …$2.99








All-Ages Avengers Action In Marvel Adventures Avengers


The successful Marvel Adventures line is expanding and now you’ll get to read the tales of Earth’s Mightiest Heroes in all-ages stories every month.  Marvel Adventures The Avengers features fan-favorites Spider-Man, Hulk, Wolverine, Captain America, Iron Man, and each issue is an all-new story guaranteed to be overflowing with action. 


In Marvel Adventures The Avengers #1, the powers-that-be don’t want to rely on the Avengers to always save the day so they put into place a computerized defense system to take care of any super-powered threats. Unfortunately, the name of the computer system is Ultron. 


Can even the greatest team of heroes ever assembled defeat one of
their greatest enemies ever, the mechanical monster Ultron?  Two words: Avengers Assembled!
Written by Jeff Parker
Penciled by Manuel Garcia
Cover by Aaron Lopresti
32 PGS./All Ages …$2.99








Wolverine: Origins #1 Sells Out, Second Issue to Have 50/50 Variant
Despite a large overprinting, Wolverine: Origins #1 has sold out at
Diamond and the response to Logan> ‘> s new ongoing series has been

Michael Bailey of says, "I highly recommend that you give this book a try. Daniel Way has such a great handle on the character…  This comic has the potential to change Wolverine forever."


Kenneth Gallant of calls it "a thrilling start to what could obviously be a classic series many years from now."

The upcoming Wolverine: Origins #2 features two covers being shipped
in 50/50 quantities; the first is an eye-catching cover by Ultimates artist Bryan Hitch as well as one by regular cover artist Joe Quesada. 
After the events of the first issue, the U.S. government decides to go on the offensive and neutralize Wolverine using a super-soldier of their own in Wolverine: Origins #2.  Out of desperation, the powers-that-be resort to using the insane soldier Nuke. 


Having squared off against Daredevil and Captain America in the past, Nuke is just as his name implies: the nuclear option when all others have been exhausted.  Which genetically enhanced super-soldier will win out and how exactly are the pasts of Wolverine and Nuke tied together?  Find out in Wolverine: Origins #2.
32 PGS./Parental Advisory …$2.99








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