Marvel Comics has provided CBR with covers and solicit information for product shipping March 2018. Discuss these solicitations here on CBR's Marvel Comics forum, Spider-Man forum, Star Wars forum, or X-Books forum and share with fellow fans what titles spark your interest.
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Marvel Comics has provided CBR with covers and solicit information for product shipping May 2018. Discuss these solicitations here on CBR's Marvel Comics forum, Spider-Man forum, Star Wars forum, or X-Books forum and share with fellow fans what titles spark your interest.
Amusingly for numbering nerds, all this makes "Uncanny X-Men" the only Marvel title to make it to #500 without involving a reboot or renumbering gimmick - but wait! It's not as safe a bet as it sounds. From 1970 to 1975, "Uncanny X-Men" wasn't selling enough to make creating new stories profitable. Reprint editions, however, cost far less to produce -- thus, issues #66-93 contained reprints of old issues, and as a result, they cast significant dubiousness on the "Uncanny X-Men" 500-issue claim. Pity!Even so, Marvel fans should probably savour the feeling of buying an issue #500 now, because there are very few opportunities left for it to roll around. "Daredevil" will be the next Marvel title to reach its 500th consecutive issue with next year's #120. The title's editor, Warren Simons, has confirmed that they are aware of the significance, but also says that it's too early to nail down any plans to celebrate it -- still, if you'd like to see them return "Daredevil" to its original numbering in acknowledgement of this milestone, now's the time to start talking about it! After all -- Issue #1s turn up all the time, but it's a rare and special thing to find a series that makes it to #500.Now discuss this story in CBR's Marvel Comics forum.
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Marvel Comics has provided CBR with covers and solicit information for product shipping April 2021. Discuss these solicitations here on CBR's Marvel Comics forum, Spider-Man forum, Star Wars forum, or X-Books forum and share with fellow fans what titles spark your interest.
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