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Marvel has released a teaser image for their new "Secret Avengers" title, as well as the announcement of the series' creative team of "Captain America" writer Ed Brubaker and "Dark Avengers" artist Mike Deodato.
CBR News spoke with writer Ed Brubaker about the revelations of the first two issues of “The Marvels Project,” as well as his plans for the rest of the eight issue epic that serves as the definitive origin of the Marvel Universe.
"Captain America: Reborn" finds Steve Rogers unstuck in time, and CBR speaks with writer Ed Brubaker about his inspiration for that piece of the story, as well as what it's like to work with artists Bryan Hitch and Butch Guice.
Fans of Ed Brubaker & Sean Phillips' "Incognito" can expect more underworld action when the duo’s acclaimed “Criminal” series returns this month with "The Sinners." We spoke with Brubaker about the new reader-friendly storyline.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you an exclusive first look at Bryan Hitch's complete cover artwork for "Captain America: Reborn" #1. Written by Ed Brubaker with art by Bryan Hitch, this goes on sale October 21.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings an exclusive preview of "Captain America" #601 by writer Ed Brubaker and artist Gene Colan. Available in color or black & white, this issue goes on sale next week.
The team behind "Captain America" and the upcoming "The Marvels Project," Ed Brubaker and Steve Epting met with fans at HeroesCon in Charlotte to discuss their collaborations and new projects.
Marvel's Matt Fraction, Brian Michael Bendis, Jonathan Hickman and Ed Brubaker along with "Vikings" writer Brandon met with fans at HeroesCon to discuss how the Internet can benefit their crafts.
In this release from Marvel, the publisher confirms "Captain America" #600 will return with a second printing and shares reactions from retailers to the unprecedented Monday sale date.
"Captain America" #600 is all the rage this week, and Augie shares his opinions on Marvel's latest big media event. Does it live up to the hype? Also this week, Augie reviews Frank Cho's new art book, "Apes and Babes."
Tim's got Captain America on the mind, like much of comic book fandom this week, and he takes a look at Cap stories from each of the last five decades trying to figure out what the character says about comics, and about America.
With “Captain America” #50 in stores next week and issue #600 hitting next month, it's a good time to speak with editor Tom Brevoort about what fans can expect from these back-to-back milestone issues.
Daniel Way, Matt Fraction, Jason Aaron C.B. Cebulski, Brian Michael Bendis, Rick Remender and Ed Brubaker met with fans in Seattle to discuss the latest developments in their Marvel books and answer fans' questions.
Marvel's C.B. Cebulski and writers Brian Michael Bendis, Ed Brubaker and Matt Fraction met with fans in Seattle to discuss all things Marvel, including Dark X-Men, Daredevil, Luke Cage, and... Rom the Spaceknight!
"Death Proof" actress/stuntwoman Zoë Bell talks to CBR News about her role as an assassin with amnesia in the new film, “Angel of Death,” written by Ed Brubaker and now playing on Sony Crackle.com.
Superstar comic book writer Ed Brubaker talks to CBR about his new film, “Angel of Death” currently playing on Crackle.com, and gives fans a preview of some of his upcoming comic book work.
Check out this exclusive behind-the-scenes video of Ed Brubaker talking about the origins of his latest project, the live-action web series “Angel of Death,” starring Zoe Bell and available to watch on Crackle.com.
Debuting 3/3 is "Angel of Death," a hitman-with-conscience live action web series written by comics superstar Ed Brubaker, starring Zoe Bell & Doug Jones. CBR checked out the first four installments.
The critically acclaimed "Captain America" team of Ed Brubaker and Steve Epting celebrate Marvel's 70th anniversary with a gritty tale of espionage, origins and the birth of the Marvel Universe.
What happens when a supervillain is forced to do good? Ed Brubaker & Sean Phillips answer that question in “Incognito,” a five-issue miniseries from Icon. CBR News spoke with Brubaker about the project.
CBR’s exclusive visit to the set of "Angel of Darkness" reveals the Ed Brubaker-written internet series starring Zoë Bell is a labor of great excitement and enthusiasm for everyone involved.
Next week's "Daredevil" #111 kicks off a major new chapter in the life of the blind crime fighter, introducing him to the deadly new villain, Lady Bullseye. CBR News spoke with writer Ed Brubaker about the book.
Steven Grant takes you on a journey through the worlds of some classic comics, from names like Charles Biro, Jerry Grananetti, Joe Kubert and Ed Brubaker? Yup, all that and more in this week's PERMANENT DAMAGE!
CBR News talks with Ed Brubaker about the upcoming feature film adaptation of Wildstorm’s “Sleeper,” with “Spider-Man’s” Sam Raimi set to direct with Tom Cruise set to star.
Ed Brubaker talks about his new on-line project , "Angel of Death,"for Sony starring panel-mate and pro-stuntwoman Zoe Bell, shows off his new Inkpot Award and calls Doctor Doom a mama's boy.
Sony Pictures has announced that they will be debuting Ed Brubaker's "Angel of Death" as a live-action internet series starring actress Zoe Bell, in 2009 on Crackle.com
Issue #4 of Ed Brubaker & Sean Phillips’s “Criminal” kicks off “Bad Night.” We spoke with Brubaker about the story as well as those collected in “The Dead and the Dying,” the new trade paperback on sale this week.
Imagining Absolute editions, being the fly on the wall, invading Japan by land in World War II, collecting sketches in Pittsburgh, recommending interesting podcasts. It's a busy week with a jam-packed edition of Pipeline.
Matt Fraction dialed up co-writer Ed Brubaker Sunday afternoon and the pair filled their HeroesCon panel attendees in on some of their plans for Marvel's premier mutant team, as well as a short list of who's really dead.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you exclusive first looks at comics on sale next week including "Captain America" #39 by Brubaker & Epting, and "Uncanny X-Men" #499 by Brubaker & Choi.