I’ve been waiting for this for ages: #Marvel has a comic book about Marvel’s new “bounding” story

The first comic book to tie into the ongoing Marvel film was #MarvelBounding, a comic that features a group of Avengers, including Captain America, Iron Man, Thor, and Captain Marvel, traveling through time to help stop the rise of Ultron.

The story, written by Marvel’s Matt Fraction, takes place in the same world as Avengers: Infinity War, which takes place several months after the events of Avengers: Age of Ultron, so there is some continuity.

Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy #2, meanwhile, takes on a different dimension entirely: In it, a young Peter Quill (now called Peter Parker) discovers he has powers that allow him to see past the boundaries of reality and the reality of people he meets.

That story was first introduced in Guardians of Space, which also takes place three years after Avengers: Avengers Alliance.

While the story was written by Fraction in Guardians, the artist on the first Guardians #2 was artist David Lopez, who also drew the first Captain America comic in 2003.

The fact that it’s Marvel that is telling the story is a little strange, but it’s actually pretty well-known that Fraction is a big fan of Marvel.

He’s also the guy who brought us some of the greatest Marvel characters of all time: Iron Man and Spider-Man, who were both created by Stan Lee, and The Punisher, who was created by Frank Miller.

The first two Guardians comics are based on Marvel characters, so it’s a bit strange that it seems like Marvel would want to tie in to one of its most iconic stories in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but Fraction has certainly proven that he’s not afraid to explore the world of Marvel comics in a new way.

As of this week, there’s no word yet on when the first two stories will be released, but they will be available digitally starting July 14, and as of this Friday, July 17, they will also be available on Amazon Prime.

We’ve also reached out to Marvel for comment on this, and will update if we hear back.

Marvel is planning to release the first three Avengers comics in 2018.

It’s worth noting that while this is not the first time that Fractions has done a crossover comic, it is the first Marvel book to be based on an existing property.

He has done several other books based on comic book characters, most notably Avengers: War of the Spider-Men, which was released in 2018 and also featured Spider-Woman, the web-slinging web-wielding hero.