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US Release

WILD CARDS 1 comes to MARVEL COMICS

Adapted by the talented Paul Cornell

On JUNE 15th the first edition of Marvels Wild Cards monthly comic officially hits the stands. From the beginning to the end in stunning detail this comic book universe finally gets a real comic!

WILD CARDS 1 comes to MARVEL COMICS
Short Stories

Wild Cards Short Fiction

By Emma Watson

Kerry —a.k.a Stonemaiden— is a monster. Or at least… she thinks she is. Ever since she turned her parents into granite statues, she lives in constant fear of hurting other people.

Wild Cards Short Fiction
Latest Blog

Turning Cards, Collapsing Waves, and Lagrangian Mechanics (Still More Thoughts on the Phenomenology of Takis-A Expression)

by Ian Tregillis  Well, here we are again. For the second time in a row, writing this blog post isn’t the carefree lark that I’d hoped (and assumed) it would be by the time my turn in the Wild-Cards-blog-barrel came … Continue reading "Turning Cards, Collapsing Waves, and Lagrangian Mechanics (Still More Thoughts on the Phenomenology of Takis-A Expression)"

Turning Cards, Collapsing Waves, and Lagrangian Mechanics (Still More Thoughts on the Phenomenology of Takis-A Expression)
Talking with Ti

Mary Anne Mohanraj

TI:  Hello Mary Anne! Thanks for taking the time to talk today. I want to jump right into WILD CARDS—specifically threesomes. *clutches pearls* You’ve said before that you knew immediately that your first story would center on the aforementioned. There … Continue reading "Mary Anne Mohanraj"

Mary Anne Mohanraj
R.I.P

John Jos. Miller (1954-2022)

One of the original WildCards he will be missed.

“Guys guys guys I got this idea…”

By Carrie Vaughn My idea? Alternate Alternate History Okay, hear me out, just think about it.  In the Wild Cards world, someone’s written a book.  What the hell, let’s go all-in:  Philip K. Dick has written a book.  So in our … Continue reading "“Guys guys guys I got this idea…”" Continue Reading

THE JOY OF FURNITURE

 by Peadar Ó Guilín What are you looking for when you open a book? Escape? That’s OK, we all need a place to go where the day-job and the chores can’t find us. Or perhaps, it’s education you seek. Or … Continue reading "THE JOY OF FURNITURE" Continue Reading

Get in, Punks, We’re Collaborating

by Gwenda Bond While my introduction precedes me, in the form of my husband (co-author of our life together, and sometimes co-author of fiction too) Christopher Rowe’s post: Hello! This is my first post since joining the plucky band of misfits … Continue reading "Get in, Punks, We’re Collaborating" Continue Reading