Marvel Comics is proud to present an all-new approach in introducing the world to Marvel Comics and the next great Marvel Super Hero event – MONSTERS UNLEASHED! Masterfully mixing animated comics with in-depth narration and commentary, this new video series is designed to present a whole new audience to the world of Marvel’s gargantuan monsters, timed with the debut of the brand new comic book series MONSTERS UNLEASHED. ► Subscribe to Marvel:

Brought to you by superstar creators Cullen Bunn (Deadpool Kills the Marvel Universe, Uncanny X-Men) and Steve McNiven (Civil War) MONSTERS UNLEASHED #1 brings you a colossal first issue full of wall-to-wall action as the Avengers, the Champions, the Guardians of the Galaxy, the X-Men, the Inhumans, and more band together and go toe-to-toe with towering beasts the size of skyscrapers!

Continuing the excitement surrounding the massive monster mayhem in MONSTERS UNLEASHED #1, Marvel has worked with Pat Carney of The Black Keys, to incorporate the track “Just Couldn’t Tie Me Down” into its latest Marvel Music Spotlight Video.

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Comment by Ronald Morgan on February 18, 2017 at 7:22pm

Where are the good monsters, like the Blip or Goom's people who said they were peaceful and he was an escaped mental patient? 

Hawkeye looks better in the purple than what they gave him. batinthesun has shown Woverine's black and yellow costume would work fine in a serious scenario.

Comment by Ronald Morgan on February 18, 2017 at 11:54pm

The monsters first came in when the First Age of Heroes, the Golden Age, ended. They were pushed out by the Second Age of Heroes, the Silver Age, but returned when the Silver Age ended, although they were again overwhelmed by a return of superhero popularity. Are they back yet again because, despite the success of the movies, the heroes are losing their hold on comics again? Has the modern age, whether we call it Bronze or Iron or Clay over? Should we retired Thor and Iron Man for awhile and welcome back Journey Into Mystery and Tales of Suspense for a few years? And Groot has already made it into the movies. Could Fin Fang Foom or Googam son of Goom be next?


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