September 5th, 2006 | Work

Here’s (a terrible scan done by Comics Continuum of) the cover to the forthcoming NEXTWAVE #11.


If you don't read current Marvel you won't get the joke


18 Responses to “NEXTWAVE #11”

  1. “Mark Millar licks goats”? My first office-annoying laugh of the morning!

  2. Well, to be fair, Mark Millar does, in fact, lick goats.

    The plaid is a perfect touch.

  3. “not part of a marvel comics event” — and i thank you for that. And who doesn’t want confirmation that Mark Millar licks goats.

  4. Pure genius. I’m talking 100%, pure Columbian genius here.

  5. Damn it! I just lost coffee thanks to this. Also dingity, and cleanshirtedness

  6. BUAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA etc. etc. etc.


  7. Ah yes, but will there be a variant cover by Michael Turner?

  8. I was going to make some sort of comment about how I actually want to see the Nextwave team involved in that civil war thing (what’s that about? Is Captain America trying to free the slaves again? I thought we covered that.), but there was a picture of Bara on the screen and I can no longer think, just stare in a manner that is probably entirely too creepy.

  9. I have waited all my life for this comic. Okay, actually, I have waited for this cover ever since they started that whole “Civil War” nonsense.
    Good to see someone finally bowed to the tremendous pressure of snarky internet smartasses We won’t make the corporate masters regret this like that “Snakes on a Plane” thing.

  10. So delicious I’m gonna spread it on toast…


  11. Brilliant.

  12. There’s nothing Marvel can do that nextwave can’t kick in the face and get away clean. (How brilliant will it be if sales have a Tie-In-style jump with this issue?)

    Now, if it just said ‘Civil What?’ instead of ‘Civil War?’ (like I’ve seen on one of those banners), the cover would be perfect.

  13. thank you, warren. thank you SO much!

  14. Just might be the most perfect comic book cover ever. Can’t wait to own it.

  15. How many people will buy this issue just to protest against fan-exploiting company wide crossovers? Won’t that minor surge in sales necessarily include it into the Civil War profist push? It’s all gone a bit structuralist and boss-eyed…

  16. ha ha ha ha

  17. […] Via Ellis. […]

  18. I love this series.
    I’ve always been a fan of hero-team comics, but this is the best thing ever. Seeing this lot cross-over and beat up some other Marvel Heros would be great!