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CBR spoke with Mark Waid about his "Power to the People" arc of "Amazing Spider-Man" in which the Web-Slinger must contend with both the amped-up powers of his classic foe Electro and the villain's new status as a "Man of the People.
The superhero-turned-mass-murderer series "Irredeemable" showed that BOOM! Studios Editor-in-Chief Mark Waid can be evil, but with "Incorruptible," the writer is hoping to show a more noble side. CBR spoke with Waid about his new ongoing series.
Stephen Strange may no longer be the Sorcerer Supreme, but he's not done fighting supernatural evil. CBR speaks with Mark Waid about the new mini-series, "Strange," which kicks off the next stage of the good doctor's mystical career.
Courtesy of Top Cow, CBR presents this exclusive first look at the Joe Benitez illustrated cover for "Cyberforce/Hunter-Killer" #4, by the creative team of Mark Waid and Kenneth Rocafort.
At the Long Beach Comic Con, fast-talking BOOM! Studios Editor-In-Chief Mark Waid discussed "Incorruptible," secret identities, Rich Johnston, his man-crush, and much more as he answered 56 questions in 50 minutes!
CBR brings you exclusive details on superstar writer Mark Waid’s new Boom! series “Incorruptible” and we want YOUR help for the Long Beach Comic Con panel, “50 Questions in 50 Minutes with Mark Waid.”
Boom! Studios has released a piece of cover art by John Cassaday, along with the information that it is for a new upcoming but as yet unnamed series to be written by the company's Editor-in-Chief, Mark Waid.
Writer Mark Waid talks with CBR News about his work on Top Cow's "Cyberforce/Huunter-Killer" miniseries and how technology affects both the real world and the world of comic books.
Prolific BOOM! Studios writer Michael Alan Nelson sits down with his boss, Editor-in-Chief Mark Waid, for an exclusive CBR TV interview about his career, "Hexed," and the new "28 Days Later" ongoing series.
Joe Quesada is back with loads of exclusive artwork and insights into Marvel's process for new events and series, thoughts on convention season, surprising revelations about Spider-Girl, and an amazing story from Mark Waid.
Borrowing a page from film critic Roger Ebert's playbook, Heroes Discussion Group leader Andy Mansell convinced Mark Waid & George Perez to spend an hour at HeroesCon to breakdown "The Brave & the Bold" #4.
In “The Gauntlet,” Peter Parker must contend with an unending onslaught of his classic foes. CBR News spoke with editor Steve Wacker and writers Mark Waid and Marc Guggenheim about the storyline.
Doctor Strange may no longer be Sorcerer Supreme, but he's not done exploring and protecting the mystical side of the Marvel Universe. CBR spoke with spoke with Mark Waid about “Strange," a 4-issue mini kicking off in November.
CBR's got the scoop on Black Cat, Ben Reilly, Mary Jane and more from "Amazing Spider-Man" writers Mark Waid, Fred Van Lente, Joe Kelly, Marc Guggenheim and their editor Steve Wacker!
Tim's got Captain America on the mind, like much of comic book fandom this week, and he takes a look at Cap stories from each of the last five decades trying to figure out what the character says about comics, and about America.
Comics retailers have been informed that “Captain America” #600 will be made available for sale on Monday, June 15th, an early release leading to speculation of a major announcement that day.
Readers got a taste of Top Cow's “Cyberforce/Hunter-Killer” with the Free Comic Book Day preview. We spoke with Publisher Filip Sablik about the July-debuting mini by Mark Waid & Kenneth Rocafort, reintroducing both teams.
The breakout artist behind Top Cow's biggest summer series speaks to CBR about illustrating his favorite characters, working with Mark Waid, and who else he'd like to work with in the comic book industry.
The Academy Award-nominated screenwriter of “Before Sunrise” and “Before Sunset,” Kim Krizan talks to WAID TV about her first ever comic book work, “Zombie Tales 2061,” illustrated by Jon Reed.
Peter Parker's embarked on a campaign to be Spider-Man full time, a move that's made him a target of New York’s new Mayor and a violent new incarnation of his classic foe, the Vulture. CBR spoke with writer Mark Waid about the arc.
Sure, he writes "The Incredibles" and "Irredeemable" today, but 12 years ago Mark Waid toiled in the coal mines writing "Ka-Zar" for Marvel Comics. Guess what? It's a hidden gem. Augie extols its virtues this week.
BOOM! founder Ross Richie, editor Matt Gagnon and editor-in-chief Mark Waid met with fans in Seattle to discuss the publisher's successes of 2008 and introduce new projects for '09, including a new "28 Days Later" comic book.
Contributing backup stories to Glen Brunswick & Dan McDaid's indie hit "Jersey Gods" are superstar writer Mark Waid and artist Joe Infurnari, who speak with each other about their work on the Image Comics series.