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Kieron Gillen, Jamie McKelvie and a host of guest artists present "Young Avengers" #14, with "a pitch-perfect party moment" for the cast.
Wolverine's history is explored even further in "Origin II" #1 by Kieron Gillen and Adam Kubert. James Howlett runs with the wolves on Dec. 24.
Kieron Gillen, Jamie McKelvie and editor Lauren Sankovitch look back at "Young Avengers," sharing an exclusive look at "Afterparty."
Kieron Gillen & Ryan Kelly's "Three" #3 is "simply masterful," giving readers another platform to experience Kelly's "eye for brutality."
CBR talks to Kieron Gillen about March's "Iron Man" storyline, which finds Tony Stark once again in unfamiliar territory as "Thor" villain Malekith attacks.
Tony Stark takes on Malekith the Accursed for Kieron Gillen & Luke Ross' "Iron Man" #23.NOW in March.
Marvel and CBR celebrate Thanksgiving by sharing exclusive previews of "Inhumanity" #1 and "Iron Man" #19!
Kieron Gillen and Thought Bubble founder Lisa Wood offer thoughts on the seven-year history of the festival, and their experience at the show.
Kieron Gillen, Matt Fraction, Kelly Sue DeConnick, Paul Cornell, Simon Spurrier and more discusses Marvel Comics this past weekend in Leeds.
Kieron Gillen and Jamie McKelvie assembled a host of their "Young Avengers" collaborators for a Thought Bubble chat about the series.
Kieron Gillen and Jamie McKelvie's "Young Avengers" #12 winds down to the run's conclusion, delivering "a solid and enjoyable comic."
Kieron Gillen spoke with CBR TV about writing comics, the incredibly loyal fandom behind "Young Avengers" & more.
With the announcement of the series' final issue (for now), Brett wonders why other superhero comics don't follow "Young Avengers'" example.
Marvel’s Editor-in-Chief welcomes Kieron Gillen to discuss "Origin II,” its impact on Wolverine then and now, the future of "Young Avengers" and more.
With "Young Avengers" noticeably absent from Marvel's February solicits, Kieron Gillen has confirmed the series' end in January.
ROBOT 6's Carla Hoffman takes a look at the new origin of Tony Stark and the apparent lack of teeth-gnashing by fans over the changes to Iron Man.
Marvel has debuted new, colored pages from Kieron Gillen and Adam Kubert's Christmas Day-launching "Origin II."
Kieron Gillen and Jamie McKelvie's "Young Avengers" #11 is a lot of set up, but "even an issue all about setting things up is still a lot of fun."
Writer Kieron Gillen tells CBR about the fallout from "The Secret Origin of Tony Stark" and how it affects Tony Stark moving into "Iron Metropolotian."
Kieron Gillen's "Secret Origin of Tony Stark" finale simultaneously rewrites the character's history while not really changing what fans already know.
Writer Kieron Gillen, artist Canaan White and publisher William Christiansen discussed what goes into creating Avatar's hit series "Uber."
CBR has an exclusive first look at Skottie Young's Li'l Wolverine variant for "Origin II," plus a second chance to check out Adam Kubert's super-spoilery issue #1 cover art.
Marvel Comics started its Sunday with the House of Ideas panel dedicated to the publisher's presence in digital and other technology including Marvel AR, video games and more.
The Avatar Press team revealed their plans for the near future, including a “Crossed” prequel, a new line of science fiction books, and more projects from Max Brooks and George R.R. Martin.
It's already been an announcement-heavy show for Marvel, and the publisher showed no sign of stopping Saturday afternoon, revealing new "Iron Patriot," "Ghost Rider" and "Silver Surfer" series starting in 2014.
While Marvel hits New York Comic Con with a slate of new announcements, Axel Alonso answers your questions about All-New Marvel NOW!, the final fate of “Infinity’s” Thane & Gladiator, expanding X-Men mutants and more.
Tim Seeley, Kieron Gillen, Ales Kot, Glen Brunswick, and more creators spoke with fans at New York Comic Con about the thoughts, inspiration, and process behind their acclaimed Image Comics series.
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Three #1 by Kieron Gillen & Ryan Kelly. Three slaves try to escape 300 of the finest warriors who ever lived on Oct. 9!
"Young Avengers" writer Kieron Gillen dives deep into his team's current battle with the cosmic parasite known as Mother while addressing the fallout from the recent kiss between teammates Hulkling and Prodigy.
The cover of "Iron Man" #17, the closing chapter of "The Secret Origin of Tony Stark," says the issue will "change the world of Iron Man forever." Here's an unlettered preview released by Marvel Comics.
CBR spoke with writers Al Ewing & Kieron Gillen about their upcoming Marvel Infinite comic "Iron Man: Fatal Frontier," which finds Tony Stark engaging in lunar warfare against the forces of Doctor Doom.
Wolverine miniseries "Origin II" starts in December, and Marvel previews the project with black-and-white interior art by Adam Kubert, plus news of a double-layer acetate cover to issue #1.
Kieron Gillen and Jamie McKelvie's "Young Avengers" #9 receives 4 stars from reviewer James Hunt, who says the series' latest issue "pays off months of setup" for a story where "feelings matter."
"Phonogram" and "Uber" writer Kieron Gillen returns to Image Comics in October with "Three," a historical thriller following three slaves pursued by Sparta's 300, drawn by Ryan Kelly and colored by Jordie Bellaire.
December's "Afterparty" arc beginning in "Young Avengers" #14 by Kieron Gillen & Jamie McKelvie celebrates New Year's Eve and concludes the duo's yearlong story -- plus plenty of special guest artists.
Kieron Gillen & Adam Kubert journey back to the formative years of James Howlett in November's "Wolverine: Origin II" and CBR spoke with Gillen about the miniseries that picks up where the original left off.
CBR spoke with "Iron Man" writer Kieron Gillen about November's "Iron Metropolitan" arc which finds Tony Stark back on Earth, redefining the idea of future living and operating in the shadow of the Mandarin.
Greg McElhatton gives "Young Avengers" #6 4 stars, saying the issue by Kieron Gillen and guest artist Kate Brown " is defiantly showing other series how it should be done."
"Iron Man" writer Kieron Gillen tells CBR about recent revelations in his "Secret Origin of Tony Stark" mega arc including the fact that Tony was genetically engineered by the duplicitous robot 451.
"Young Avengers" writer Kieron Gillen explains his and artist Jamie McKelvie's approach to reinventing the young adult comics genre by creating the book "everyone else rips off."