In Marvel's All New X-Men the original team of teenage mutants, Cyclops, Jean Grey, Angel, Beast, and Iceman travel into the future to fight alongside their modern-day counterparts. In the leaked pages to the upcoming 40th issue, fans discovered that Bobby Drake/Iceman is gay.
While he's confused, because the modern day Iceman is straight, he finds comfort in psychic Jean Grey, who discovered his secret with her powers.
Marvel's continued their tiny viral marketing campaign for July's Ant-Man with some amazingly tiny billboards. While the trailers are down-playing the humor of the next Marvel franchise, the other marketing channels certainly aren't taking themselves too seriously.
This morning, DC Comics, creators of Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, and countless other iconic heroes, officially closed their New York Offices, their home since 1934.
Marvel responded to the news, by offering a tearful gif of Rocket Raccoon. While, DC Comics is fine and will thrive in their new LA home, NYC was the birth place of hero comics, and has been a part of their culture from the very beginning.
New York will miss you DC Comics.
Marvel continues it's dripping release of Avengers: Age of Ultron media with a poster of the eponymous villain March 16. He's got his own age, so, you should probably take him seriously. Even though he looks NOTHING like James Spader.