Details: More information can be found at https://www.marvel.com/comics/issue/69366/punisher_soviet_2019_1
Garth Ennis returns to The Punisher to tell a short, but adult story. It’s short, but exactly what you’d want from an Ennis-Punisher story.
Details: Written by Jason Aaron and drawn by Steven Dillon. More information of the collection can be found at https://www.marvel.com/comics/collection/49254/punisher_max_by_jason_aaron_steve_dillon_omnibus_hc_hardcover
Punisher Max is another very adult tale about the character of Frank Castle. Unlike Ennis’ run, Aaron’s tale of The Punisher incorporates very adult, realer versions of Marvel Universe characters.
Details: More information can be found at https://www.marvel.com/comics/issue/78696/immortal_hulk_great_power_2020_1
Immortal Hulk: Great Power is a one shot involving the Hulk and Spider-Man. It’s a fun, funny book that lets readers commiserate with two of Marvel’s most popular characters.
Above is a short interview with the author, Jonathan Hickman.
Details: More information can be found at https://www.marvel.com/comics/issue/72991/powers_of_x_2019_1 https://www.marvel.com/comics/issue/72984/house_of_x_2019_1
Powers of X just published its sixth and last issue, thus ending the twelve issue miniseries that was House of X and Powers of X. Marvel recently got the movie rights to X-Men back, which means that they can freely write good X-Men stories again without worrying about promoting a movie franchise they don’t own. As a result, Jonathan Hickman (wrote Avengers, Fantastic Four, Secret Wars) was enlisted to relaunch the X-Men franchise and tell some new stories. The resulting X-Men stories are some of the most revolutionary in the history of the X-Men franchise. House of X and Powers of X add massive changes and new ideas to the franchise while reminding us of the classic themes of what the X-Men have always been about. When you read these two miniseries, you get the sense that they were written by a longtime X-Men fan with a wide ranging knowledge of the details of the franchise, and who also wants to make a statement about what the X-Men are really about.
There will be spoilers ahead.
Details: More information can be found at https://www.marvel.com/comics/series/20897/vision_2015_-_2016
Vision is one of the most revered comic books in recent memory. Lots of people call it a masterpiece. I think it even won and Eisner Award, which is like the Oscars for comic books. After finally reading through it, I can see why they’d say that.