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Chad Nevett gives "Wolverine" #6 a 4 star review, saying of Jason Aaron and Daniel Acuña's follow-up to the new reader friendly "point one" issue, "From the very first scene, this comic is engaging and entertaining."
Now that the Wolverine has literally been to Hell and back, fans are wondering what's next for the character? Jason Aaron spoke with CBR about his plans for the mutant which include a party and a battle with the X-Men.
Marvel Comics has released an advance look at "Captain America" #615.1, a specially produced jumping on issue by Ed Brubaker and Mitch Bretiweiser. The issue, with a cover by Daniel Acuña, hits stores March 9.
Brian Michael Bendis is set to tell two very different “New Avengers” stories with three different artists. We spoke with him about his plans for the series, including a tale that unfolds through Nick Fury's past and present.
Chad Nevett gave Ed Brubaker and Daniel Acuña's "Captain America" #611 4 stars saying, "despite this story being a longtime coming, nothing about this issue felt predictable or obvious."
Marvel Comics has released an advance look at "Captain America" #611 by Ed Brubaker and Daniel Acuna with covers by Marko Djurdjevic and Gerald Parel. The trial of Bucky Barnes begins on October 27.
Last weekend "Iron Man 2" introduced audiences to Natasha Romanoff AKA the Black Widow. We spoke with writer Marjorie Liu about the character's new four color adventures, which continue in this week's "Black Widow" #2.
Doug Zawisza reviewed the first issue of Marvel's new "Black Widow" ongoing by Marjorie Liu and Daniel Acuña and gave it 4 stars, calling it, "a strong start to a...series for a character that should be Marvel's flagship female lead."
All of the X-Men get together from Wolverine to Colossus to even Magneto as the hints to the heart of Marvel's upcoming X-Event roll on thanks to the paints of artist Daniel Acuña.
Marvel has released a new teaser image by Daniel Acuña featuring Cyclops standing over a freshly dug grave, framed by a stained glass border with the single statement that "One Will Die..." inscribed above the leader of the X-Men.
Marvel has released a new teaser image by Daniel Acuña featuring Emma Frost, Cyclops and Magneto framed by a stained glass border with the single statement that "One Will Lead..." inscribed above the trio.
Artist Daniel Acuña lands the highest profile assignment of his up-and-coming career as Marvel announces him as the the new regular artist on “X-Men: Legacy” during Comic-Con International.
Jack Kirby’s cosmic creations, The Eternals, fly back into stores this week. We spoke with writers Daniel and Charles Knauf about the Daniel Acuña-illustrated series, with exclusive artwork from issue # 2.