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Axel Alonso takes a "Star Wars" victory lap, talks why Jason Aaron was Marvel's first choice to write the series, Run the Jewels variants and more.
The inevitable "Avengers" relaunch is set for May, but the cast and creative team remains a mystery surrounding "Secret Wars."
April's "Daredevil" #15.1 will include stories written by both "Arrow" co-showrunner Marc Guggenheim and series artist Chris Samnee.
Marvel SVP David Gabriel talks "Star Wars" #1 selling a million copies, and reveals to CBR that February's issue #2 is near 200,000 in initial sales.
The latest Disney Kingdoms series is a Wild West tale that's riding into Marvel Comics on a variant cover from Tom Raney.
Mahmud Asrar and Skottie Young provide artwork for a pair of covers riffing on the hip-hop duo's logo.
Read previews of Marvel's Jan. 21 releases including "Fantastic Four," "Magneto," "Powers," the final issue of "All-New X-Factor" and more.
"The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl" artist Erica Henderson tells CBR News about her role in bringing the title character to Marvel's mobile game.
The writer hopes to dedicate a future issue to the God of Thunder's iconic weapon, which was recently revealed to be sentient.
Jason Aaron on building Asgard, "Game of Thrones" style, and revealing Thor's identity sooner than later. Plus, the debut of Rob Guillory's "Thor Annual" cover!
Marvel Comics has announced that Kieron Gillen and Sal Larocca's Sith lord-starring series will debut with sales above the 200,000 mark.
The original X-Men continue their jaunt through Marvel's Ultimate Universe in "All-New X-Men" #35 by Brian Michael Bendis and Mahmud Asrar.
The final "Spider-Verse" battle begins in "Amazing Spider-Man" #13 by Dan Slott and Giuseppe Camuncoli, on sale Jan. 21 from Marvel Comics.
Disney's film, based on an obscure Marvel property, joins "The Boxtrolls" and "How to Train Your Dragon 2" in the Best Animated Picture category.
In a spoiler-filled conversation, Jason Aaron discusses "Star Wars," set squarely in franchise canon, and where its story is heading in the months ahead.
Kris Anka has revealed that he and Kevin Wada were working on a new "Marvel Swimsuit Special," but production was halted. UPDATE: Anka has clarified that he and Wada stopped the project, not Marvel.
Japan's larger digital market is worth an estimated $710 million! The unlikely success of The Moomins! Jason Aaron talks "Star Wars"! Plus much more!
Jonathan Hickman's Avengers opus will conclude as time runs out for Earth's Mightiest Heroes.
Si Spurrier explains to CBR News how the team's final mission -- taking down former teammate Fantomex -- has been seeded since his run began.
Tony Stark as Peter Parker are headed to Mardi Gras, and they're hitting the Big Easy in style!
Josie Campbell explains how "Agent Carter" is calling the comics community out by addressing the industry's deliberate erasure of women in the Golden Age.
The comics painter brings his style to Luke Skywalker in a web-only variant for the million-selling "Star Wars" #1.
Inspired by the writers' room of "Empire," Joseph Illidge wonders if comics publishers could succeed with programs to help foster diverse talent.
Writer Sam Humphries sets a course for the stars with artists Ed McGuinness and Kris Anka in the opening chapter of "The Black Vortex."
Writer Cullen Bunn delivers pools full of undead Deadpools with artist Nik Virella in Marvel Comics' "Return of the Living Deadpool" #1.
Episodes of the '70s series have been released to tie in with "Amazing Spider-Man" #12, which introduces Takuya Yamashiro to "Spider-Verse"
Al Ewing surveys the aftermath of "Agent of Asgard's" "AXIS" tie-in, explaining why Loki will now be forced to confront some of his greatest sins.
Jason Aaron, John Cassaday and Laura Martin's "Star Wars" #1 welcomes alienated readers back while impressing existing ones.
Enjoy an early look at Arthur Adams' "Guardians" pages, plus an advance peek at Rich Ellis' work in Marvel's "Operation S.I.N." #2.
Axel Alonso talks "Ant-Man" #1 and the teaser trailer for the film of the same name, "Uncanny Inhumans" and plenty more.
The Merc with a Mouth meets his end this April in the oversized "Deadpool" #250 from series writers Gerry Duggan and Brian Posehn.
CSBG looks at the time in Mark Gruenwald's run when Steve Rogers was replaced as Captain America.
"Ant-Man" writer Nick Spencer tells CBR about the struggles Scott Lang will encounter as a hero and father now that his daughter Cassie has returned.
Marvel has major releases coming out this week including "Star Wars" #1, a new issue of the weekly" Wolverines" and plenty more Marvel NOW! releases.
The main cast of Marvel's next solo feature discuss the film's long road to completion in new in-depth interview.
The writers of Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy/X-Men crossover explain their cosmic scheme as heroes get enhanced with new powers and new troubles.
Weeks after Dark Horse's run with the license ended, multiple titles from the Star Wars back catalogue are being offered by the House of Ideas.
The Gem of Cyttorak reappears -- and a new Juggernaut can't be far behind -- in Chris Yost and Jorge Fornes' "Amazing X-Men" #15, on sale Jan. 14.
Jason Aaron and John Cassaday's "Star Wars" #1 is just a week away, but Marvel has released a fully colored and lettered preview today!
Rick Remender and Stuart Immonen bring Sam Wilson face to face with the daughter of the Red Skull in Marvel's "All-New Captain America" #3.