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CBR has a second exclusive NYCC teaser from Marvel, this time with the word DESCENT describing new work from the "Avengers Arena" team of Dennis Hopeless and Kev Walker.
CBR News spoke with "Avengers Arena" writer Dennis Hopeless and guest writer Christos Gage about their plans for the series, including a special issue focused on the outside world and the upcoming "Boss Level" arc.
Things aren't always as they appear to be in Dennis Hopeless and Kev Walker's "Avengers Arena," a point amply illustrated in CBR's exclusive, spoiler-filled preview of the July-releasing issue #12.
In August, "Avengers Arena" writer Dennis Hopeless kicks off "Boss Level," a new story arc that changes the series' paradigm, offering the captive teens a shot at their captor, the recently powered-up Arcade.
Writer Dennis Hopeless discusses adding Boom Boom to the cast of "Cable & X-Force," cast, further exploring "Avengers Arena's" Braddock Academy and more. Plus, exclusive art!
Dennis Hopeless and Kev Walker kick off a new arc in Marvel's "Avengers Arena" #8, and CBR has an exclusive first look at the issue. Featuring X-23, Hazmat and Darkhawk, the issue hits April 24.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR presents a trio of exclusive Avengers family previews: Remender & Cassaday's "Uncanny Avengers" #5, "Hopeless & Walker's "Avengers Arena" #5 and Fraction & Aja's "Hawkeye" #8!
CBR News spoke with "Avengers Arena" editor Bill Rosemann about the series' second arc, "Game On," which kicks off in April's issue #8 and features revelations about X-23 and Darkhawk.
CBR debuts an exclusive first look at Dave Johnson's teaser image for Dennis Hopeless and Kev Walker's "Avengers Arena," featuring X-23, Nico Minoru, Darkhawk and Hazmat trapped in a game of death.
In "Avengers Arena," two teen heroes have lost their lives at the hands of the villainous Arcade and writer Dennis Hopeless, who spoke with CBR about the series and its direction for the future with exclusive art!
Of the teen superheroes Arcade has pitted against each other in Dennis Hopeless and Kev Walker's "Avengers Arena," who has the best chance to be the last remaining survivor?
Adolescence gets more dangerous when Marvel's super powered teens fight for their lives in "Avengers Arena" by Dennis Hopeless and Kev Walker. CBR spoke with Hopeless about the series, who shared an exclusive look at two new covers..
Marvel reveals another second round Marvel NOW! title with "Avengers Arena" by Dennis Hopeless with art by Kev Walker that pits the youngest heroes in the Marvel U against each other in Murderworld.
Marvel continues its week of teasers for a second round of Marvel NOW! books, bringing Dennis Hopeless and Kev Walker together for a blood-spattered word: "Survive."
Kelly Thompson gives "Dark Avengers" #176 4 stars, calling the most recent issue by Jeff Parker and artist Kev Walker "a fun and gorgeous looking book."
"Venom" co-writers Rick Remender & Cullen Bunn's spoke to CBR News about their "Savage Six" story line in which the titular hero is outnumbered by six bloodthirsty villains.
CBR News spoke with writer Jeff Parker and artist Declan Shalvey about "Thunderbolts'" title change to "Dark Avengers" and what it means for the series and team. Plus, exclusive art from #175!
Marvel Comics has provided CBR with an exclusive preview of Rick Remender's "Venom" #16. Featuring art by Kev Walker, the issue hits stores April 18.
In June's #175 "Thunderbolts" morphs into "Dark Avengers" and CBR News spoke with Jeff Parker and Declan Shalvey about their plans for Luke Cage and his new team.
ROBOT 6's Carla Hoffman shows her appreciation for Jeff Parker and Kev Walker's "Thunderbolts," saying it is "fueled by a fantastic imagination and some amazing storytelling."
CBR News Spoke with "Thunderbolts" writer Jeff Parker about the team's trip through time which sees them confront the original villains pretending to be heroes incarnation of the team in April.
Jeff Parker and Kev Walker's "Thunderbolts" #169 gets 5 stars from CBR reviewer Doug Zawisza who calls the series "the one book that you didn’t know you were missing, and shouldn’t be."
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR presents exclusive previews of Jonathan Hickman's "Ultimate Comics Ultimates" #2 and Warren Ellis' "Secret Avengers" #17, in stores September 28.
The cast of Marvel's "Thunderbolts" have split into two factions: one team has escaped into the past while the rest are dedicated to finding their fugitive comrades. We spoke with writer Jeff Parker about the book.
Marvel has provided CBR with an exclusive early look at "Secret Avengers" #17. Warren Ellis is joined by "Thunderbolts" artist Kev Walker for the issue which goes on sale September 28.
Marvel has provided CBR with an exclusive advance look at "Thunderbolts" #163. Jeff Parker and Kev Walker welcome Captain America and the Sub-Mariner to the 'bolts on September 7!
Writer Jeff Parker sits down with CBR News to deliver the skinny on the many irons in his fire at the moment and what readers can expect from him in the near future.
Greg McElhatton gives "Thunderbolts" #158 4 stars saying Jeff Parker and Kev Walker's story "works perfectly; it advances 'Thunderbolts' and 'Fear Itself' storylines and appeals to readers of either comic."
Marvel has released an advance look at the double-sized "Thunderbolts" #159 featuring the team facing off against a Worthy Juggernaut. Jeff Parker, Declan Shalvey and more help the Bolts face "Fear Itself" on June 22!
The cast of "Thunderbolts" has grown quite large and whether or not any of these characters will survive the series' upcoming "Fear Itself" tie-in is a question we placed to writer Jeff Parker.
Greg McElhatton gives "Thunderbolts" #155 4 stars, saying of Jeff Parker and Kev Walker's take on the series, "I don't think 'Thunderbolts' has been this much fun since the Kurt Busiek and Mark Bagley run."
Writer Jeff Parker and artist Kev Walker introduce Luke Cage's team of superhuman prisoners to the world of "Fear Itself" in "Thunderbolts" #158, hitting stores in June.
As Marvel's "Thunderbolts" series reaches its 150th issue, CBR spoke with writer Jeff Parker about the milestone and his plans for the series, which focuses on Luke Cage's attempts to redeem super powered convicts.
CBR's James Hunt reviewed "Thunderbolts" #144 by Jeff Parker and Kev Walker and gave the comic 4 stars, saying, "the final page left me with a huge grin on my face and a strong desire to read the next issue immediately."
With a former Thunderbolt returning to terrorize new team leader Luke Cage, Marvel's villains-turned-heroes franchise takes a twist under Jeff Parker. CBR News has an exclusive look at next month's issue!
Marvel Comics has just released an advance preview of "Thunderbolts" #144. The Heroic Age dawns in comic stores everywhere on May 26 courtesy of the creative team of Jeff Parker and Kev Walker.
UPDATED: Marvel Comics shared an exclusive first look at the designs for the new Heroic Age cast of "Thunderbolts" while Jeff Parker AND artist Kev Walker explained how Luke Cage's team of criminals are working for redemption.