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This January, Matt Fraction and Salvador Larroca take the futurist into the future with the anniversary issue "Invincible Iron Man" #500. CBR News spoke with series editor Alejandro Arbona about the issue.
Marvel Comics has released an advance look at "Invincible Iron Man" #31 by the Eisner-winning team of Matt Fraction and Salvador LaRocca. The issue hits stores Wednesday, October 13.
Marvel Comics has released an advance preview of "Invincible Iron Man" #29, written by Matt Fraction with art and covers by Salvador Larocca. The issue hits stores Wednesday, August 11.
This week, Augie has one more thing to say about Marvel's pricing strategy on digital comics. Plus, thoughts on comic book lawsuits, conventions, oddball comic-related videos on-line, Venice, Italy and plenty more.
Is Marvel's day-and-date "Invincible Iron Man Annual" release a good test of digital delivery? Should Marvel buy Comixology next? And what are the craziest retailer reactions to the news? Augie rounds it all up.
With the 80-page "Invincible Iron Man Annual" headed to Apple's hot tablet device on the same day it lands in comic shops, CBR News rounds up reactions from some of the most recognizable names in comics retail.
Marvel Comics is releasing June's "Invincible Iron Man" Annual in its iPad application on the same day as it hits in comic shops across America, but how much will it cost?
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR presents an advance look at new comics on sale next Wednesday, June 9, including "Astonishing X-Men: Xenogenesis" #2, "Millar & McNiven's Nemesis" #2, "Young Allies" #1, "Captain America" #606, and many more!
Augie read his first "Omnibus" edition and has a lot of thoughts on the format and on "Invincible Iron Man" along the way Plus, some pondering on whether webcomics should be forgiven for publishing early and often.
CBR's Hannibal Tabu returns with another week's worth of heavy praise and harsh criticism of new comics including the latest "Invincible Iron Man," "Deadpool," "Incorruptible" and more. Enter at your own risk.
In an all-new, all-fan question and answer session, Marvel Editor-in-Chief Joe Quesada tackles crossovers with DC, cancelled titles and calls in Matt Fraction for a hand.
In an all-new, all-fan question and answer session, Marvel Editor-in-Chief Joe Quesada tackles crossovers with DC, canceled titles and calls in Matt Fraction for a hand.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale Wednesday, March 3, including "Invincible Iron Man" #24, "New Ultimates" #1, and extended previews of "Girl Comics" #1 and "Breaking into Comics the Marvel Way" #1!
Joe Quesada is back for a frank discussion of Marvel's publishing plans with regards to their movie slate, word on Matt Fraction's “Thor” and a response to the announcement of DC's upcoming line of original graphic novels.
Marvel Comics has announced "Marvel's Greatest Comics," a new imprint dedicated to spotlighting various Marvel series with specially priced $1 issues. The first title, "Invinicible Iron Man" #1, will be sent to retailers for free.
In this week's comics, bad people do good things worth being grateful for with a secretary, a Marine, a goth, a lunatic, a hybrid and a phonomancer making the week worthwhile, even with the ghosts of comics past stinking up the place.
This time out, a huge holiday week of comic book releases leads to good tidings to be thankful for, as Marvel avenges and dominates the purchases while big event comics slide by with barely a whisper of quality to be seen.
Now that "Invincible Iron Man" #19 is in stores and the epic "World's Most Wanted" arc is over, what comes next for Tony Stark? CBR News spoke with writer Matt Fraction about "Stark Disassembled" and his plans for 2010.
It's quite a week for characterization with Norman Osborn, an FDA agent, Bruce Banner, toys and Luke Cage, even while the Kryptonians take a break, Hank Pym's more important than need be and Osborn's got a secret.
Brian Michael Bendis and Matt Fraction headlined the Marvel: Your Universe panel to answer questions about a wide range of topics, from Marvel's movies, to Tony Stark's diminishing intelligence, to the Infinity Gems, and more.
Zack Overkill brings home the best performance of the bunch, but the week itself is a wash despite Tony Stark's email, barbarian bloodshed, wanderings from Wade Wilson and a little thing called "international heartbreak."
Iron Man's run from Norman Osborn comes to an end in November, when it's time to take stock of what's left of the man beneath the armor in “Stark Disassembled.” We spoke with writer Matt Fraction about the arc.
Winning by algebra as Larry Trainor, Scandal Savage, Princess Shuri, Royal Williams and three guys named Tony have a good week, featuring four jumps and even an interesting turn from Tyrese Gibson.
Tony Stark has been running from Norman Osborn for almost a year, but that run comes to an end this fall. With just four chapters left in the epic “World's Most Wanted” storyline, CBR speaks with “Invincible Iron Man” writer Matt Fraction.
The inimitable Matt Fraction mounted the deck of the CBR yacht to discuss his Eisner win for "Invincible Iron Man," the future of the X-verse and to share his feelings about a certain fellow he shared an elevator with.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you more advance looks at new comics on sale next week including "Cable" #15, "Dark Reign: Young Avengers" #12 and "X-Men Origins: Gambit" #1!
Top Marvel writers Matt Fraction, Ed Brubaker, Joe Casey, and Rick Remender assembled for the Mondo Marvel panel Saturday afternoon at WonderCon, where fans participated in a spirited Q&A about their favorite series.
Matt Fraction speaks with John Siuntres at WonderCon 2009 about the X-Men’s new home, Iron Man’s current predicament, "Punisher War Journal’s" end, Iron Fist, and his previous indie comics work.
In this first part of a new feature on Marvel's Dark Reign saga, CBR speaks with “Invincible Iron Man” writer Matt Fraction about how his series will be affected by Norman Osborn's power grab in the Marvel Universe.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you previews of new comics on sale next week including new issues of "Deadpool," "Avengers/Invaders," "Invincible Iron Man," "Spider-Man Loves Mary Jane,' "X-Men: Magneto Testament" and more.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you an exclusive first look at Kaare Andrews' monkey-themed variant cover of "Invincible Iron Man" #5, written by Matt Fraction with art by Salvador Larroca and on sale in September.
Even late, things manage to go well as Ezekiel Stane makes a big impression, the Penguin finds love, Megatron kicks butt and Chuck daydreams, plus reviews of "Trinity," "Secret Invasion" and more.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale next week including "Invincible Iron Man" #2, "Kick-Ass" #3, "Punisher War Journal" #20, "Ultimate Origins" #1 and many more.
It was a busy week on the editorial side that saw Keith Giffen return to column duties and reviews for big releases like "The Invincible Iron Man" #1, "Secret Invasion" #2, "House of Mystery" #1 and more.
A hard-fought win of a week with billionaire bad boys doing it well plus stupidity with Skrulls, 1930s gangster surprises, space religion, surprise power returns and more lunacy in Hannibal Tabu's THE BUY PILE..
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale next week including “Cable” #3, “Invincible Iron Man” #1, “Iron Man: Viva Las Vegas” #1, “Logan” #3, “Young X-Men” #2 and more.
This May, writer Matt Fraction pits Iron Man against the heir of one of his greatest foes in the new ongoing series, “Invincible Iron Man.” CBR spoke with Fraction about Ezekiel Stane and "The Five Nightmares."
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you an exclusive first look at Billy Tan's variant cover of "Invincible Iron Man" #1, the new Matt Fraction & Salvador Larroca series debuting in May.