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Marvel Comics has released an advance look at "Ultimate Comics Thor" #1, hitting stores in October from the creative team of Jonathan Hickman and Carlos Pacheco with covers by Pacheco, Mike Choi and J. Scott Campbell.
Notable "Thor" creators Walt Simonson, Jonathan Hickman, Bryan J.L. Glass and John Workman met with fans in Baltimore for a lively panel conducted by Marvel editor Tom Brevoort, and CBR was there.
Marvel Executive Editor Tom Brevoort and ace writers Jonathan Hickman and Jeff Parker sat down with fans to talk Fantastic Four, Hulk, Thunderbolts, and death at the Baltimore Comic-Con.
CBR News spoke with writer Jonathan Hickman and VP Executive Editor Tom Brevoort to learn more about "Three," the upcoming story-arc that will claim the life of one of Marvel's first family.
Marvel Comics has released an advance preview for "Fantastic Four" #583, the first chapter of "Fantastic Four: Three" by writer Jonathan Hickman and artist Steve Epting. The new storyline starts September 2.
Writer Jonathan Hickman and artist Carlos Pacheco kick off their "Ultimate Thor" miniseries. We spoke with Hickman about the November-launching project which reveals the origin of the titular character.
Marvel Comics has released an advance preview of "Fantastic Four" #581 by writer Jonathan Hickman and artist Neil Edwards with an Alan Davis cover. The issue goes on sale Wednesday, July 28.
Greg McElhatton reviewed "Fantastic Four" #580, giving the Jonathan Hickman written, Neil Edwards & Andrew Currie drawn issue 4 stars saying, "now's a great time to check it out and see what you've been missing."
Timothy Callahan has reviewed "S.H.I.E.L.D." #2, giving the Jonathan Hickman and Dustin Weaver created series 4.5 stars and saying, "'S.H.I.E.L.D.' #1 was an impressive debut. This second issue may be even better."
Jonathan Hickman and new artist Steve Epting send the Fantastic Four on a six-part adventure in September, weaving together various elements from Hickman's run on the book into a tragic ending for one of the team.
Writer/artist Jonathan Hickman spoke with CBR TV about his career's meteoric rise, his work on the critically acclaimed debut issue of "S.H.I.E.L.D.," his run on "Fantastic Four," what's coming up in "Secret Warriors" and more.
Marvel Comics has given CBR an exclusive new teaser page from "Fantastic Four" # 579, along with the statement "The future of man is not here... it is out there." The issue hits stores May 26, 2010.
Marvel addressed the burning question of would-be comics professionals: how do I break in? The panel of writers, artists, and editors answered questions and discussed their own experiences of getting their first work.
Greg McElhatton reviews the debut issue of Marvel's "S.H.I.E.L.D." and gives it 5 stars, noting that Jonathan Hickman and Dustin Weaver's new series "is a top-notch debut, and I wish all superhero comics were this good."
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR presents an exclusive 10-page preview of "S.H.I.E.L.D.," the upcoming historical epic series by Jonathan Hickman and Dustin Weaver scheduled to be unearthed in stores on April 7.
Jonathan Hickman & Alessandro Vitti examine how the Siege of Asgard affects Nick Fury and his team of super-powered operatives in the "Siege: Secret Warriors" one-shot. We spoke with Hickman about the project.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR presents an exclusive First Look at Dale Eaglesham's issue-opening splash page from "Fantastic Four" #577, depicting the Inhumans in their one-time home in the Blue Area of the moon.
Marvel's Heroic Age will bring a whole new set of challenges for it's inhabitants; challenges that the Fantastic Four are ready to meet head on. We spoke with "Fantastic Four" writer Jonathan Hickman about his plans for the series.
"Secret Warriors" writer Jonathan Hickman spoke with CBR about "Wake the Beast," a storyline that promises to answer many questions while escalating Nick Fury's war against the shadowy and secret forces of HYDRA and Leviathan.
Marvel Comics has just released a new teaser image featuring the Fantastic Four and hints of the various threats and events they'll face in 2010 which is shaping up to be a busy year for the company's First Family.
Jonathan Hickman spoke with CBR about his just-announced ongoing "Shield" series set to launch in April, a sprawling saga that will examine the evolution of a covenant forged in the early days of human history in the Marvel U.
The Fantastic Four are some of Marvel's most popular characters due to their adventures and family dynamic. CBR News spoke with Hickman about his plans to ensure that both elements are part of his run on the title. Updated with exclusive art!
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR presents this exclusive look at a Dale Eaglesham penciled 2-page spread featuring the Counsel of Reed Richards battling for their lives against an angry army of Celestials!
Next week's "Secret Warriors" #7 features what's sure to be a memorable bank heist orchestrated by... Nick Fury? Writer Jonathan Hickman provides exclusive commentary on this sequence, right here on CBR.
Nick Fury's war against HYDRA is about hit a major snag, and his name is Norman Osborn. CBR speaks with “Secret Warriors” writer Jonathan Hickman about “Agent of Nothing” and the next arc, “God of Fear, God of War."
Marvel has provided CBR with exclusive previews of "Secret Warriors" #7 and "Thunderbolts" #135, two issues that set the teams against one another with Fury and Osborn at the center.
Marvel's "Dark Reign: The List" announcement at HeroesCon coincided with their Philly announcement of the same project as Bendis, Hickman and Fraction teamed up to discuss the project.
Greg Pak, Jonathan Hickman & Jason Aaron reveal their plans to CBR for the Hulk, Secret Warriors & Wolverine in the "Dark Reign: The List" one-shots that pit Norman Osborn against the Marvel U.
With “Secret Warriors” #2 on sale this week, CBR News talks with writer Jonathan Hickman about what's next for Nick Fury now that he knows the dark secret behind his former employer, the spy agency S.H.I.E.L.D.
Norman Osborn sets his sights on Marvel's first family in “Dark Reign: Fantastic Four" by Hickman & Chen. We spoke with Jonathan Hickman about the book, which sees Reed Richards looking at past mistakes.
When Millar and Hitch's run on Fantastic Four comes to an end, waiting in the wings to take the FF on their next fantastic voyage is the new team of writer Jonathan Hickman and artist Dale Eaglesham.
Looking ahead to the upcoming twelve months, Tim spotlights fifteen of the most interesting writers and artists with exciting projects due in 2009, including Jason Aaron, Gabriel Ba, Fabio Moon, Matt Fraction and more.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR brings you an exclusive first look at pages from "Secret Warriors" #1 by writers Brian Michael Bendis & Jonathan Hickman and artist Stefano Caselli, on sale in February.
A hidden clue on the cover of Brian Bendis & Jonathan Hickman's "Secret Warriors" #2 leads fans to a new S.H.I.E.L.D. website with exclusive content, free comics and a special message from Nick Fury himself.
Courtesy of Image, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale next week in finer comics stores everywhere, including an exclusive preview of "The Savage Dragon" #141 by Erik Larsen.