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Brian Michael Bendis spent some time with CBR TV to answer questions regarding his and Mark Bagley's creator-owned "Brilliant," the 1950s Avengers storyline, the status of the "Powers" TV series and more.
Brian Michael Bendis and Mark Bagley reunite for their first creator-owned collaboration, "Brilliant, a July-launching project which sees a group of college students unlock the secrets of super powers.
Marvel has provided CBR with exclusive looks at next week's "Uncanny X-Force" #6 and "Ultimate Comics Spider-Man" #156 featuring Mark Bagley's return for the first chapter of "Death of Spider-Man."
Marvel has released Ed McGuinness' variant cover for "Ultimate Comics Spider-Man" #157, the issue featuring the biggest story point of the "Death of Spider-Man" story arc.
Ultimate Spider-Man is in for the fight of his life - a fight that'll have consequences for the entire Ultimate line. We spoke Brian Michael Bendis about the “Death of Spider-Man" and got an exculsive look at art! UPDATED
Marvel Comics has unveiled two new covers from the upcoming "Death of Spider-Man" set to hit the Ultimate Marvel Universe in early 2011, one by Spidey artist Mark Bagley and the other by Leinil Francis Yu.
This March, Mark Bagley returns to "Ultimate Spider-Man," not to praise Peter Parker, but to bury him. CBR spoke with the artist about the upcoming "Death of Spider-Man" storyline and his Marvel Comics future.
Marvel Comics has released cover art for "Ultimate Comics Spider-Man" #153 and 154 by Ed McGuinness and Steve McNiven, part of the "Death of Spider-Man" story arc on sale in February, 2011.
Tom Brevoort takes to CBR's regular T&A column solo this week to tackle a slew of news on incoming Marvel projects including the CrossGen imprint, the cosmic line, Cap's 70 anniversary, Ultimate Spidey and more!
UPDATED: Marvel Comics has announced original "Ultimate Spider-Man" artist Mark Bagley's return to the character as he joins Brian Michael Bendis to tell the story of the "Death of Spider-Man" in March, 2011
Over the Thanksgiving Holiday, CBR News remained on the job speaking with Kevin Smith, Grant Morrison and Mark Bagley among others, as well as seeing the return of Joe Quesada with a new CUP O' JOE.
In part three of CBR's celebration of "Ultimate Spider-Man's" tenth anniversary, we speak with artist Mark Bagley whose distinctive visuals launched the book and made it one of Marvel top selling titles for seven years.
In part two of our "Ultimate Spider-Man" feature, Brian Michael Bendis rejoins us for a look at the close of the volume one and the launch of volume two, the milestone issue #150 and his future plans for the book.
In honor of "Ultimate Spider-Man's" tenth anniversary, CBR kicks off a multipart look back at the series. Today, Brian Michael Bendis speaks on the book's origin, memorable story arcs and artist Mark Bagley.
Greg McElhatton gave "Justice League of America" #50 3.5 stars, saying that James Robinson and Mark Bagley's story is "starting to sell the idea that these are characters who belong in the [Justice] League."
In the first of a two-part interview, James Robinson spoke about his plans for "Justice League of America," including the introduction of a new supervillain and exploring the vision Jade experienced in "Brightest Day."
DC Comics has released a preview for "Justice League of America" #46, the first chapter in the James Robinson written JLA/JSA crossover. The issue, featuring art and cover by Mark Bagley, hits stores on June 30.
DC Comics has released a preview of "Justice League of America" #43 featuring James Robinson and Mark Bagley exploring the ramifications of Green Arrow's recent actions. The issue hits stands this Wednesday.
The Eisner Award winning writer shares details about his roster in "Justice League of America" and why superheroes like Cave Carson, Doctor Mid-Nite, Plastic Man and The Flash may be taking their turns for monitor duty too.
DC's announced that writer James Robinson and artist Mark Bagley are taking over the reins of the publisher’s flagship title, “Justice League of America” come October. CBR News spoke with Robinson about the book.
It’s the final issue of “Trinity,” and our dynamic duo of Brian and Justin check in with the main characters of the series for one last time. What has become of the CSA, Enigma, Konvikt, Gangbuster, and the others?
Superstar artist Mark Bagley looks back on the landmark "Trinity" project, whereby he drew 12 pages a week for a whole year. What's next? Bagley's signed up for a four-issue run on DC’s “Batman.”
51 down and 1 to go! Brian and Justin walk you through the penultimate issue of Kurt Busiek and Mark Bagley's weekly DC Comics series "Trinity," featuring double-crosses, revelations and returns.
So what knowledge does the Worldsoul hold? Krona now has access to the very core of the world, and intends to learn its secrets at any cost. The only thing standing in his way? The Trinity.
It’s the end of the world as we know it, as the Trinity’s plans are thwarted by Morgaine, but what, if anything, can now stop a maddened god in the form of Krona? Justin and Brian look at the latest "Trinity."
How can the Trinity challenge the cosmic power of Krona? What is Batman’s plan, and how do Sun-Chained-In-Ink, Tarot, and the Void Hound fit into it? Justin and Brian take a look in TRINGENUITY.
The battle for the planet moves to the arctic as the Trinity takes the fight to Krona and his allies. Check out how the battle unfolds and what role Lex Luthor plays in the latest "Trinity."
Humanity touches some of the godlike members of the Trinity, but there is still work to be done as Krona seeks to sacrifice the planet’s soul in his quest for knowledge. Justin and Brian look at the latest “Trinity.”
At what price comes success for the Troika? Morgaine is willing make any deal to defeat the Trinity and assert her own godhood, but Enigma might have something to say about it. Take a look at the latest issue of “Trinity.”
A deadly alliance has been forged between Morgaine and Despero, brining the threat of the Crime Syndicate to bear against the Trinity. But in their god-like states, do the heroes even notice?
The battleground moves to Europe as the world’s heroes unite behind the Trinity, but are the powers of creation wielded by the Trinity too much for them to bear? See what Brian and Justin have to say.
What does the return of the Trinity mean for Lex Luthor, The Joker and Cheetah? And even with the Trinity’s overwhelming power, can the heroes of the world ever go back to the way things were? Brian and Justin take a look.
Victory arrives for the Justice Soceity International, but at what cost? Justin and Brian look at the routing of the villains, the return of the Trinity, and the history of the Void hound that possesses John Stewart.
Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman have returned, but does their arrival mean we're back to normal in the DCU, or an even greater problem in the making? As we contemplate this, Krona contemplates his own past.
It’s a war for the fate of the world in last week's issue of “Trinity,” as the Justice Society faces down Morgaine’s army in a final clash of titans in Metropolis, even as Konvikt faces hard truths about his chosen allies.
The Companions make contact with a godly Trinity, while the rest of the world slowly comes under the control of Morgaine’s Dark Arcana. Justin and Brian take a look at the latest issue of DC's "Trinity."
Witness a war of epic proportions as Kellel, Dinanna and Atmahn do battle. Brian and Justin examine the ramifications of the battle amongst the Trinity, and take a look at the latest recruit to the Dark Arcana, The Joker.
The Trinity returns, but are heroes really meant to be gods? Justin and Brian consider the possibilities, while they also take a look at the remaining members of the Dreambound and the return of Ray Palmer.