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Nathan Edmondson and Phil Noto guide the former assassin Avenger into the solo spotlight in this lettered preview of issue #1, out Jan. 8.
Skottie Young has posted two new variant covers for "Avengers World" #1 and "Black Widow" #1 for All-New Marvel NOW!
Axel Alonso talks Slott & Allred's "Silver Surfer," "Black Widow's" human side, Romero's "Empire of the Dead," All-New Marvel NOW! numbering and more.
CSBG writer Kelly Thompson is impressed with all the female-centric comic announcements that came out of New York Comic Con.
CBR News spoke with writer Nathan Edmondson about his new ongoing "Black Widow" series, which finds the Marvel heroine atoning for her bloody past by infiltrating and destroying villainous plots.
Was George R.R. Martin really the first comic con attendee ever?! And how close did David Bowie's wife come to playing Wonder Woman and Black Widow? Find out this week!
Marvel's latest teaser hyping its New York Comic Con announcements features the word ATONEMENT displayed in red on on a black background, bringing to mind the Black Widow.
In her latest column, Kelly Thompson examines the nine different ways that a movie starring a superheroine could be made. Just in case anyone in Hollywood was considering the idea...
Writer/director Joss Whedon promises big things for Scarlett Johansson’s super-spy Black Widow in "Avengers: Age of Ultron," saying, “The stuff I’ve got going on with her … is killer."
The Women of Marvel panel at Comic-Con internationa featured industry legend Louise Simonson, editor Jeanine Schaefer, and more, plus a special message of encouragement from a surprise guest.
Augie begins a new series looking at the experiments Marvel took in the early 2000s. This week, he focuses on "Gus Beezer" and "Black Widow." One works much better than the other, but both are worthy experiments.
CSBG's Kelly Thompson is excited for what the future might hold in the wake of the recent flourish of great comic book film heroines. She chooses four stand-out performances and explains why each one means so much.
Behind-the-scenes photos from "Captain America: The Winter Soldier" show Chris Evans and Scarlett Johansson in costume on the set of Anthony and Joe Russo’s Marvel sequel.
Al Ewing and Butch Guice reveal what happened to Black Widow during the opening days of the Age of Ultron in CBR's exclusive preview of "Avengers Assemble" #14AU, in stores April 10.
Marvel has released a new image by artist Jung-Geun Yoon featuring Black Widow, teasing the "Age of Ultron" event series by Brian Michael Bendis and Bryan Hitch.
Marvel Entertainment’s Jeph Loeb reveals the studio will follow the release of "Iron Man: Rise of Technovore" with an animated direct-to-DVD movie featuring Black Widow and the Punisher.
The black ops take on Marvel's biggest franchise gets a movie-esque makeover in Marvel NOW! and writer Nick Spencer explains what makes Hawkeye, Agent Coulson and the rest of the "Secret Avengers" tick.
Kelly Thompson gives "Captain America & Black Widow" #638 by Cullen Bunn and Francesco Francavilla 4 stars, calling it "a beautiful issue both engaging and impeccably executed from a storytelling perspective."
Writer Kelly Sue DeConnick's run on "Avengers Assemble" begins in November's #9 and CBR spoke with her about her initial plans for the series, which include an arc focusing on the Black Widow's past.
Following the release of a mobile game teaser image, Marvel has released a new trailer for an unknown game featuring Nick Fury's activation of the Avengers Initiative after a mass super-villain escape from the Vault.
If you're a fan of Scarlett Johansson's super-spy turn in Marvel's "The Avengers," CSBG's Kelly Thompson has some suggestions of which comics to try in order to sate your Black Widow reading appetite.
Editor Nick Lowe gives CBR an exclusive look behind the scenes of Marvel's latest Augmented Reality application which allows readers to follow Black Widow and Magik's banter in English and Russian "AVX: VS" #3.
Upping its total box office take to $1.331 billion worldwide over the weekend, Marvel’s "The Avengers" has become he third highest-grossing film of all time behind "Titanic" and "Avatar."
With the continuing success of "The Avengers" leading to heightened fan-hope for a Black Widow movie, CBR looks at the rest of Marvel's female pantheon to see who else could anchor her own action film.
Marvel’s "The Avengers" claimed the domestic box-office crown for the third weekend, earning an additional $55.1 million to help push its global total to nearly $1.2 billion and becoming the No. 4 release of all time.
Marvel's "The Avengers" crossed $1.07 billion worldwide on Thursday to become the sixth biggest film and the largest Disney release in history.
"The Avengers" director Joss Whedon says he’s unsure about returning to helm the sequel to Marvel’s $1-billion blockbuster, saying, “It’s an enormous amount of work telling what is ultimately somebody else's story.”
Marvel's "The Avengers" has overtaken "The Dark Knight" to become the highest grossing comic book adaptation worldwide, with over $1 billion in box office take to date.
Well-established as a killer of beloved characters, from Joyce Summers to Shepherd Book to Winifred Burkle, writer/director Joss Whedon comes clean about a certain turn of events in Marvel’s "The Avengers."
Following the record-breaking opening of Marvel’s "The Avengers," director Joss Whedon has written a letter thanking his longtime fans for their years of support and for helping to make the movie a blockbuster hit.
Less than a week after the premiere of "The Avengers," Disney CEO Bob Iger confirmed there will be a sequel to Earth's Mightiest Movie following sequels to "Iron Man," "Thor" and "Captain America."
Marvel's "The Avengers" continues to break records, crossing the worldwide $700 million mark in under 2 weeks while extending its reach to other industries, causing a spike in Los Angeles shawarma sales.
As Sunday's box office reports roll in with better-than-expected results, Marvel Studios has revised "The Avengers'" North American opening weekend's take to $207 million.
With Marvel Studios' latest film hitting theaters this week, Editor-in-Chief Axel Alonso discusses publishing's role in the creation of "The Avengers" from Stan Lee and Jack Kirby's original comics to the role of Black Widow and Hawkeye.
Marvel Studios' "The Avengers" opened to $18.7 Million in midnight screenings across North America, displacing "The Dark Knight" as the record holder for the largest-ever midnight opening for a super hero film.
Current tracking has Marvel's blockbuster "The Avengers" poised to surpass ticket sales of $550 Million this weekend as the film opens in North America, China and Russia.
As if "The Avengers'" early tracking wasn't already impressive enough, the Joss Whedon-directed action film has now pre-sold more tickets than all the previous Marvel releases combined.
Marvel has premiered a fourth clip from director Joss Whedon's "The Avengers" featuring a battle-weary Captain America and Thor facing Loki's army on a New York City street.
The third clip from Marvel's "The Avengers" showcases a tense verbal showdown between Robert Downey Jr.'s Tony Stark and Tom Hiddleston's Loki. The Joss Whedon-directed film opens May 4.
From the Hulk to Mariah Hill, ten new wallpapers have been released offering the cleanest close-up look at the cast of Marvel's "The Avengers" - and their corresponding icons - to date.