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Marvel has provided CBR with an exclusive look at "Iron Man 2.0" #6. Iron Fist guest-stars as "Fear Itself" crashes into James Rhodes' world on June 22, courtesy of Nick Spencer, Ariel Olivetti and Sal Laarocca.
If you do the math, Marvel has at least nine movies in development for the post-Avengers world, and that's not including "Iron Man 3." SPINOFF wonders, how many movies can the studio handle at once?
Marvel has released an advance look at "Iron Man 2.0" #5 by Nick Spencer and Ariel Olivetti with a cover by Salvador Larocca. Iron Fist and the Immortal Weapons guest star as Rhodey faces "Fear Itself" on May 25.
Multiple 2011 Eisner Award nominee Nick Spencer spoke with CBR TV about his reasons for accepting a Marvel Exclusive contract, bringing Iron Fist into his "Iron Man 2.0" "Fear Itself" arc, "Runaways," "Morning Glories" and more.
Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning join artist Brad Walker to kick off the new ongoing "Heroes for Hire" series this December. We spoke with the writers, known to their fans as DnA, about the book.
"Iron Fist" finds a writer for eventual film! "Saw" director to take on Platinum's "Nightfall." The ladies of "Thor" discuss clothes and sequels. Also, Whedon on "Avengers" scripting, "Scott Pilgrim" DVD sneak and more.
Iron Fist moves closer to the big screen as Marvel Studios has hired "xXx" screenwriter Rich Wilkes to pen a screenplay based on the publisher's martial arts superhero. SPINOFF has the details.
In this UNUSUAL SUSPECTS, our look at the major players of "Shadowland" through the eyes of the NYPD, "Shadowland: Power Man" writer Fred Van Lente provides us with a detailed report on the book's major characters
Fred Van Lente will give readers a new take on Marvel's classic buddy book withthe new "Power Man & Iron Fist." We spoke about the miniseries, which spins out of "Shadowland: Power Man."
In "Shadowland: Power Man" a new teen hero bursts onto the scene and Luke Cage and Iron Fist must discover who he is before enraged members of the Hand kill him. CBR spoke with writer Fred Van Lente about the series.
Marvel Comics has released the second in a series of teasers for "Shadowland," the new miniseries by Andy Diggle and Billy Tan that's billed as the "battle for the soul of New York."
What's up with "Runaways?" How about Iron Fist and Norman Osborn? Marvel's philosophy about digital distribution? Joe Quesada answers your questions and more in CBR TV's exclusive CUP O' VIDEO Q&A!
What do "Batman: Year 100," "Planetary," "Walking Dead," "Immortal Iron Fist," and "The Human Target" all have in common? They're some of the Best Comics of the Decade, but they didn't quite make Tim's Top 10 list. The countdown begins!
Marvel E-I-C Joe Quesada returns to his weekly column to answer reader questions about everything from the future of online comics to the fate of books like "Iron Fist" and "X-Men: Origins," and much more.
In September’s double-sized “Thunderbolts” #136, Norman Osborn is out to turn Marvel’s Heroes for Hire, Power Man and Iron Fist, into - Killers for Hire? CBR News spoke with guest writer Rick Remender and editor Bill Rosemann about the issue.
This week's "Immortal Iron Fist" #22 kicks off the new storyline "Escape from the Eighth City," which finds Iron Fist and fighting for his life in a nightmarish realm. CBR spoke with series writer Duane Swierczynski about the arc.
After last week's When Words Collide look at collected editions, this week Tim turns his attention to the best original material of the year, and starts counting down his personal picks for the Top Twenty Comic Books of 2008.
This week, Tim looks at the amazing bounty of graphic novels and collected editions coming out in the next four weeks and provides his Top 20 recommendations, including works from Miller, Morrison, Wood and others.
In the “The Mortal Iron Fist” storyline, new "Immortal Iron Fist" writer Duane Swierczynski explores the past, present and future of the Iron Fist legacy. CBR News spoke with the writer about his plans for Danny Rand.
That didn't go well for The Buy Pile this week, as a lengthy drive helped set the tone for one pedestrian collection of comics, from The High to The Sentry, with Hank Pym Skrulling it up quite nicely and quite consistently.
Duane Swierczynski and Travel Foreman take over “Immortal Iron Fist” from outgoing creators Brubaker. Fraction and Aja, and we spoke with him about his plans for the kung fu series.