Marvel’s Avengers Book pits blades against Dracula in the realm of politics … politics?

Dracula currently lives in Chernobyl. I mentioned it last week, but I’ll remodel: the lord of the vampire recently manipulated the Ukrainian government to give sovereignty over more Chernobyl territory to Marvel comics. He now lives there with a crowd of donors. And this week The avengers # 45, he petitioned the countries of the world for sovereignty.

Marvel Comics now has a vampire nation, and its leaders are demanding the head of a blade on a blade. You can imagine that Blade feels a certain way about that, but the Avengers have a clever, Old-West-style solution.

What else is happening in the pages of our favorite comics? We will tell you Welcome to Monday Funnies, the weekly list of report dorms that our comics editor enjoyed over the past week. This is part of the life of superheroes, reading recommendations, part “Look at this cool art.” Some may be defective. There may not be enough reference. But there will be big comics. (And if you missed the previous version, read it.)

Picture: Jason Aaron, Luca Marceca / Marvel Comics

Luckily, before Blade can fully run on the Avengers – and even leave his adorable wood-stake-making friend Boy-Thing behind – Black Panther finds plenty of solutions for Blade’s choice. Comply with Dracula’s letter of demands by handing Blade to the new vampire nation, but Blade’s own sense of interest by appointing a UN solicitor in Blade’s territory.

The real question here is: As a new global leader, Dracula is being invited to the Hellfire Gala, and if so, what is he going to wear?

Legion rises above Nightcrawler as he transforms the latter's body into atoms en route to X # 1, Marvel Comics (2021).

Picture: C Spurrier, Bob Quinn / Marvel Comics

And speaking of my mutants from Marvel, the X-Men Umbrella got a new one… whatever it is that goes under the umbrellas, along with X way, A series about the dark side of Krakow that so many fans are worried about … ever since they first found out about Kerko.

Oh, also, the army is back.

A flowing black-haired woman, wearing a hospital gown, hoop earrings, and bracelet, jumps gracefully and obliviously into the path of a freight truck, and in bright purple letters in the many deaths of Laila Starr # 1, Boom Studios (2021) She walks while playing her horn.

Picture: Ram V, Philip Andrade / Boom Studio

Laila Star’s many deaths There’s a new series that’s already going to compare the Sandman In his depiction of modern life of Hindu deities, as death meets his death. But the real star of its first issue is the art of Philip Andrade (with the help of Inês Amaro). I am watching this for some.

Picture: Tom Taylor, Bruno Redondo / DC Comics

I’m not sure if this is the first time Batfamily has been portrayed as a group chat, but still. There is a group chat in Batfamily.

Runa the Valkyrie prepares to free a strange alien seer from a glass dome as she recalls her name for the first time in thousands of years, in The Mighty Valkyries # 1, Marvel Comics (2021).

Picture: Tauran Gronbeck, Erica D’Russo / Marvel Comics

Good to see jane foster back Mighty Valkyries, And what Loki looks like as a team-up, is no less. But the backup of the new series is all about the mysterious Anonymous Valley that looks just like the one from the movies, and now we know its name, lost for thousands of years: Runa.

Nikki's a hostess with Nikki and who has changed Germany and the law

Image: Andrew Wheeler, Jacopo Campani / Image Comics

It’s just to let you know that Old guard Anthology series? Yes, you can start picking it up now for stories like Joe and Nikki on a date in pre-WWII Berlin.

With surprise, Spider-Woman discovers why Captain America broke up with her boyfriend Roadie / War Machine, as Carol reveals that this was due to seeing a future where Roadie had a great child with someone else .  In a pot, two black and white striped snakes observe the play with glee, Captain Marvel # 28, talking among themselves in Marvel Comics (2021).

Picture: Kelly Thompson, Jacopo Camagni / Marvel Comics

This is a post praising Doc Strange’s pot-of-the-cat-snakes. I don’t know where or when they were introduced, but I like them whenever they show up.

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