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Marvel Comics has released solicitation information and images for new comics on sale in July from the publisher's X-Men and Ultimate lines, including "Dark X- Men: The Beginning" #1, "Ultimate Spider-Man: Requiem" #1 and more.
Veteran “Doctor Who” writer/director Joe Ahearne brings his mastery of sci fi to a miniseries spinning out of the pages of Mark Millar and Bryan Hitch’s “Fantastic Four.”
War Machine's quest to rid the world of dictators and genocidal mad men has attracted the attention of ultimate baddie Norman Osborn. CBR spoke with “War Machine” writer Greg Pak about his plans for James Rhodes. UPDATED with new art!
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale next Wednesday including "New Avengers" #52, "Astonishing X-Men" #29, "Dark Reign: Elektra" #2, "Fantastic Force" #1, "Thor" #601 and more.
The mysterious Red Queen has finally begun her full-scale assault on the X-Men. so CBR spoke with writer Matt Fraction about what's next for "Uncanny X-Men," including the debut of the Dark X-Men.
Jeff Parker returns to CBR for a new edition of WRITER VS. ARTIST, this time featuring Carlo Pagulayan, Parker's collaborator on Marvel's hit "Agents of Atlas." The pair discuss their book, Pagulayan's artwork and more
In this week's all-new X-POSITION, venerable X-Men editor Nick Lowe answers your questions about "Dark X-Men," "New Mutants," Wolverine, time-travel and more. Plus exclusive art.
CBR'S ALL THE KINGS' MEN feature comes to a close today as writers Dan Abnett & Andy Lanning join us one last time to help identify the pawns of Emperor Vulcan in the cosmic chess game that is “War of Kings.”
Deadpool has starred in at least three ongoing series at this point, but Augie's looking back at the first one, by Joe Kelly and Ed McGuinness. 12 years later, the humor holds up and the character is just as compelling.
In our penultimate installment of ALL THE KINGS' MEN, writers Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning help CBR identify Black Bolt's pawns in the cosmic chess game that is “War of Kings.”
Marvel's assistant editors show off their skills in “Marvel Assistant-Sized Spectacular,” a two-issue series featuring stories from across the Marvel U (and the Marvel offices). We spoke with them about the project.
With the opening shots of "Messiah War" having been fired, CBR News talks with "Cable" writer Duane Swierczynski about the story's early revelations, Deadpool and what it's like to be working on his first crossover.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale next Wednesday including "Uncanny X-Men" #508, "Incognito" #3, "Punisher" #4, "The stand: American Nightmare" #1, "Wolverine Noir" #1 and more.
"Wasteland" writer Antony Johnston re-envisions Logan for the manga generation in "Wolverine: Prodigal Son." CBR News spoke with Johnston about this dramatically different take on Marvel's most popular mutant.
20th Century Fox has provided CBR News with a selection of new still images from "X-Men Origins: Wolverine," the new Hugh Jackman film based on the Marvel Comics characters.
Starring Robert Downey Jr., Gwyneth Paltrow, Don Cheadle, Scarlett Johansson, Mickey Rourke and Samuel L. Jackson, Jon Favreau's "Iron Man 2" began production today for a May 7, 2010 release.
Mike Carey answers your questions about the Children of the Vault and the comedic stylings of Iceman, and then goes Rogue on fans in an all-new X-POSITION, featuring exclusive art from "X-Men: Legacy" #223!
In the mini-series “Deadpool: Suicide Kings,” the title character makes like Dr. Richard Kimble as he tries to avoid the pursuit of three of the Marvel’s toughest street level characters. We spoke with writer Mike Benson.
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.
Daniel Way, Matt Fraction, Jason Aaron C.B. Cebulski, Brian Michael Bendis, Rick Remender and Ed Brubaker met with fans in Seattle to discuss the latest developments in their Marvel books and answer fans' questions.
Marvel's new Retailer Resource Center enables retailers to create websites for their stores with up-to-the-minute news, artwork, catalog listings and changes, as well as maps and local happenings.
Joe Casey goes in-depth with CBR on his ultra-violent new miniseries that introduces readers to Zodiac, a villain's villain whose ultimate goal is to take out the big poppa himself, Norman Osborn. Plus exclusive art.
Marvel's C.B. Cebulski and writers Brian Michael Bendis, Ed Brubaker and Matt Fraction met with fans in Seattle to discuss all things Marvel, including Dark X-Men, Daredevil, Luke Cage, and... Rom the Spaceknight!
With Rick Remender's first two issues of “Punisher” selling out, Marvel announced today at Emerald City ComiCon that the writer has signed an exclusive deal with the House of Ideas. We spoke with Remender.
"Immortal Iron Fist" goes on hiatus in July, giving the spotlight to his kung-fu colleagues in a series of one-shots. CBR talks with Jason Aaron & Warren Simmons about the first, "Immortal Weapons: Fat Cobra."
The curtain rises on the final act of Jason Aaron's two-year Ghost Rider saga with “Ghost Riders: Heaven's on Fire." CBR spoke with Aaron about the six-issue miniseries, which reunites him with Roland Boschi.
At Emerald City ComiCon, Marvel announced a new digital followup to Barry Windsor-Smith's classic "Weapon X." CBR spoke with writer Karl Bollers & artist Stephen Segovia about “Wolverine: Hunger.”
Writer Alexander Irvine reimagines the Man Without Fear as a Prohibition Era mystery man. CBR spoke with him about "Daredevil Noir," a new Tomm Coker-drawn miniseries that kicks off this month.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale next week including "Wolverine: Weapon X" #1, "Savage She-Hulk" #1, "Dark Reign: Hawkeye" #1, "Exiles" #1 and more.
Here's a good week of comics led by Jazz' inspirational speeches, Destro's business ethics, Norman Osborn's machinations and Deadpool's romantic stylings even while Black Adam and Barry Allen disappoint and Seaguy befuddles.
Marvel Comics fans no doubt noticed the mysterious image that's running in this week's books, a teaser that suggests Captain America will be a hero to watch this summer. What could this mean? You tell us!