The Punisher debuts his new Captain America-inspired costume in Punisher War Journal #7 and to mark this historic change, the issue will feature 50/50 covers by Young Guns Reloaded artist Ariel Olivetti: one with Frank’s classic look and one showcasing his all-new costume. A new look for the Punisher is just the beginning though, as his battle with Hate Monger may change Frank Castle forever in more ways than you expect!
Don’t miss out on this chance to become a part of Marvel movie history!
NEW YORK — Marvel Entertainment is conducting a sweepstakes and one lucky winner will win the walk-on role of a lifetime in an upcoming Marvel Studios movie. From the company that touts world-famous Super Heroes including Spider-Man, the Hulk, Iron Man, Captain America, the X-Men and Fantastic Four, this sweepstakes will offer one Grand Prize winner the chance to be immortalized in Marvel movie history. You can enter the sweepstakes at http://www.marvel.com/be_in_a_marvel_movie?utm_source=prs&utm_medium=tl&utm_campaign=swp.
We all know that Marvel Zombies is the hit series featuring the zombie versions of your favorite Marvel heroes. And we all know that it’s one of the most popular new properties in years. But do you know why these heroes became zombies? Or what Spider-Man likes to eat after a big battle? Well True Believer, all those answers and more are coming in Marvel Zombies: Dead Days, a special one-shot from the original series creative team of writer Robert Kirkman and artist Sean Phillips. That’s 48 pages of zombies, super heroes, zombies, hungry Avengersâ€¦and did we mention zombies? Dead Days is a prequel to the hit Marvel Zombies mini-series, which has now reached an unprecedented fourth printing in hardcover form. The latest printing features an homage to Avengers #1 on the cover and won’t last long!
The death of Captain America is still rocking the comic world, with the repercussions of this historic event being felt all across the Marvel Universe and specifically in the Fallen Son: Death Of Captain America limited series. To celebrate this event, and in conjunction with numerous nationwide creator appearances at conventions this summer, Marvel Comics will be releasing a special edition of Fallen Son: Death Of Captain America: Captain America. Featuring the Fallen Son trade dress framing the blank white cover, fans will have the opportunity to get an original sketch on the cover, get it signed by top Marvel creators, or perhaps even draw their own alternate cover! How’s that for one of a kind?
Marvel advises retailers to check their orders for Fallen Son: Death Of Captain America: Captain America Special Blank Cover Edition as excitement over this momentous event continues to grow and the fallout from Civil War continues to unfold. So if you’ve always wanted the comic that no one else will ever have, here’s your chanceâ€”no two copies will look the same after fans are done with them!
FALLEN SON DEATH OF CAPTAIN AMERICA- CAPTAIN AMERICA SPECIAL BLANK COVER EDITION(FEB078089)
Written by JEPH LOEB
Pencils by JOHN ROMITA JR.
Rated T+ â€¦$2.99
FOC 4/19 On Sale 5/9
In the aftermath of Civil War and the new Fantastic Four‘s first adventure, the team of Black Panther, Storm, Human Torch and The Thing must deal with an even bigger threat: zombies! But Black Panther #27 doesn’t just feature any old Zombiesâ€”we’re talking about the now-classic, fan favorite Marvel Zombies themselves!
Marvel advises retailers to check their orders on Black Panther #27 and upcoming issues, as Black Panther #26 has sold out at Diamond. Currently there are no plans to go back to press on Black Panther #26, which featured an early tale of the new Fantastic Four. Get onboard for what is sure to be a classic Marvel crossover!
BLACK PANTHER #27 (FEB072120)
Written by REGINALD HUDLIN
Penciled by MANUEL GARCIA
Cover by NIKO HENRICHON
Rated T+ â€¦$2.99
FOC â€“ 4/5, On-Sale â€“ 4/25/2007
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HOUSTON, April 16, 2007 â€”ADV Films, the number one producer-distributor of anime outside of Japan, is pleased to bring you the first volume of the futuristic sci-fi thriller 009-1 as well as the third volume of this year’s premiere title, Le Chevalier D’Eon. Both of these amazing titles will be available on June 19!
MyTVpal.com, the world’s first instant streaming 1080p PC player and Set Top Box (“STB”) video on demand (“VOD”) service will soon be showcasing or more specifically, streaming video of large format films originally filmed in an IMAXÂ® 15/70 format, scoring an industry first, adding sixteen related 1080p high definition VOD movies to its roster of titles. Titles to be included are Australia: Land Beyond Time, Amazing Journeys, Lost Worlds, and Africa: The Serengeti.
Using patent pending XMS streaming solution offered through MatrixStream Technology,Inc., MyTVpal.com ushers in the next level of Full HD (1920 x 1080) IP high definition performance via its MX-1 HD STB for TV.
Miwa Koizumi creates sea life out of plastic bottles. She sculpts with soldering irons and heat guns, amongst other things, to turn stuff like Poland Spring and San Pellegrino water bottles into…well, jellyfish.
She states on her website (where you can see more of this coolness) that she originally wanted to work in glass. She could be recycling’s answer to Dale Chihuly, I think.
A Learner’s Guide to Passing the Project Management Professional Exam
Sebastopol, CAâ€”A PMP certification is more than just passing a test. It means that you have the knowledge to solve most common project problems, and it proves that you know your stuff. Not only that, the certification can lead to a better job, more money, and greater respect from one’s peers. But studying for a difficult four-hour exam on project management isn’t easy, even for experienced project managers. Fortunately, it doesn’t need to be dull.
Head First PMP (O’Reilly, US $49.99) by Jennifer Greene and Andrew Stellman offers complete coverage of the PMBOKÂ® Guide principles in a way that’s engaging, not tedious. Head First books are designed to facilitate the learning process. Using the latest research in neurobiology, cognitive science, and learning theory, they have a visually rich format that leverages the way a brain worksâ€”a multi-sensory experience that helps the material stick, not a text-heavy approach that puts readers to sleep.
National Poetry Month rolls onward with Dylan Thomas’ “A Refusal to Mourn the Death, by Fire, of a Child in London.” The scrolling text kind of gnaws at me, but again, if you just close your eyes, it’s all very good.