This first week of March promises quarterly reports from hundreds of notables. On Tuesday, it's Biogen (NASDAQ:BIIB), followed by Toys "R" Us (NYSE:TOY) on Wednesday, and Symbol Technologies (NYSE:SBL) on Thursday.

More than a few Fools will be interested to see what Marvel (NYSE:MVL) and TiVO (NASDAQ:TIVO) have to say this week. Both stocks were recommended in Motley Fool Stock Advisor. Marvel has shown superhero strength, soaring by 557% since being singled out by the newsletter in July 2002. TiVo has posted much more humanly gains since being picked this past summer.

A pair of warehouse clubs will also be on parade. Costco (NASDAQ:COST) and BJ's Wholesale Club (NYSE:BJ) are set to report their quarterly financials. These two, along with Wal-Mart's (NYSE:WMT) Sam's Club, make up the big three in membership-based warehouse retailing.

Too often overlooked as a distant third to its rivals, BJ's deserves some respect. The company has met or exceeded analyst earnings targets every single quarter this side of the millennium. While its growth has been slowed over the past year, things are starting to get better. Last month, the company raised its fourth-quarter guidance on the strength of an 8.8% surge in comps for the month of January.

At the time, the company announced that its earnings would exceed its initial forecast that called for $0.62 to $0.64 a share. Where does Wall Street stand today? At bare minimum, $0.65 a share. In other words, it looks like BJ's streak of not missing its bottom-line numbers will continue.

How will the warehouse clubs fare this week? Will there come a point in Wal-Mart's push towards Supercenters that Sam's Club may become obsolete? All this and more -- in the Wal-Mart discussion board. Only on

Longtime Fool contributor Rick Munarriz likes to do his shopping in reasonable amounts. He does not own shares in any companies mentioned in this story.