All-New All-Different Marvel Midtown Comics

In the aftermath of Marvel Secret Wars, an all-new all-different lineup is on the horizon.  We’ve created a guide to help you keep track of the 45 newly revealed titles.  All that’s left to do is sit back, relax, and see what’s in store for your favorite Marvel heroes!

Read on for the complete list below and enjoy!

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Marvel Comics

By Dan Gladston

You’ve probably seen our guide to DC’s upcoming films by now, but what about Marvel’s upcoming releases? We’ve now created a list of some of the most anticipated films coming from the Marvel cinematic universe.  If you’ve been aching to learn more about these future hits, look no further!

Please enjoy the list that follows and we hope you post your thoughts, concerns, and opinions in the comments section below!

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NOW AVAILABLE! Midtown Comics is importing a limited quantity of these life size Captain America shields, produced for the Asian market by King-Arts International. Add these deluxe shields to your Steve Rogers collection today! Order online today, or pick up in store! All stores will have the classic shield in stock, but you can special order any of the additional shields online or directly at our stores! More info below: 

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Midtown Comics is open on Memorial day!
Monday, May 25th, we invite you to join us for our annual Memorial Day sale, and save 20% OFF EVERYTHING, all day long, in-store only! All three of our NYC stores will be open! Browse our wide selection of comic books, action figures, collectibles, and more! Get in the holiday spirit and pick up some Iron Patriot or Captain America comics! Check out our store hours below!

Times Square: 8:00AM to 12midnight
Grand Central: 11:00AM to 9:00PM
Downtown: 10:00AM to 8:00PM

Disclaimer: All sales and special offers advertised herein are valid in-store only, Monday, May 25th only, and does not apply to convention tickets, gift cards, or advance orders, and cannot be combined with any other offer, and other exclusions may apply. NO COUPON REQUIRED. Not valid at TRU or FAO.”

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By Dimitrios Fragiskatos and Colleen Cleary

One of the most celebrated fantasy universes is mired with antiheroes, good not getting rewarded, death, betrayal and incest, and then there’s Westeros.

A fun game to play is what would this person do in that situation? Dimitrios and Colleen will play this game for you with Marvel Characters in the Game of Thrones Universe.

Read on for our complete list below!

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By Jacobus Dixon

It was bad enough having to contend with Captain Marvel, but now Superman-DC (the nickname given to comics from National Allied Publications and Detective Comics Inc. as they unofficially merged) had to deal with Captain America as well. One was a living childhood fantasy; the other was a super-idealized form of what happens when you mix nationalism and super heroics. Yeah, Superman’s great, but he’s a grown up while Captain Marvel is actually still a kid doing amazing things. And it’s fun watching Batman and Robin take on the Joker with nothing but their manpower and wits, but Captain America is fighting the real threat of German spies. While both Batman and Superman are certainly not devoid of neither childhood fantasy nor real world danger (or at least as real as it gets in terms of comic book writing), those subjects did not feature as strongly in their stories. So how did they contend with characters that used them as a solid foundation?

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