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Norman Osborn sets his sights on Marvel's first family in “Dark Reign: Fantastic Four" by Hickman & Chen. We spoke with Jonathan Hickman about the book, which sees Reed Richards looking at past mistakes.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale next Wednesday including "Ghost Rider" #32, "Guardians of the Galaxy" #10, "Spider-Man: Noir" #3, "Uncanny X-Men" #506 and more.
Writer and former Marvel Editor-in-Chief Tom DeFalco’s “Amazing Spider- Girl” is ending, to be followed by shorts in “Amazing Spider-Man Family.” But DeFalco's “Family” work might be his last for Marvel Comics.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR brings you an exclusive first look at Niko Henrichon's variant covers for the first two issues of "Lockjaw & The Pet Avengers." Written by Chris Eliopoulos, the series begins in May.
Marvel's Tom Brevoort led an open forum with New York Comic Con attendees to discuss the good, bad and ugly of all things Marvel, including "Ultimatum," "One More Day," event fatigue, Stephen King, Icon and much more.
Announced Sunday at New York Comic Con, Chris Eliopoulos is writing a four-part miniseries with some unlikely stars. “Lockjaw & the Pet Avengers” debuts in May, with art by Ig Guara and Chris Sotomayor.
Marvel readers be warned: Greg Pak is bringing Hulk’s son to Earth this summer to have a nice chat with dear old dad in “Planet Skaar.” And he isn’t in a very good mood. (Well, Skaar isn’t anyways.)
Ron Lim, who has illustrated epic battles with the likes of Silver Surfer and Conan over the years, tells CBR he’s hasn’t worked on clashes the likes of which are in “Planet Skaar” for ages.
This August, Frank Tieri and Paul Azaceta will spin a new legend for the Marvel Universe's crime-killing anti-hero by placing the Punisher in the era of Al Capone, Bugsy Malone and Dutch Schutz when Frank Castle goes "Noir."
The critically acclaimed "Captain America" team of Ed Brubaker and Steve Epting celebrate Marvel's 70th anniversary with a gritty tale of espionage, origins and the birth of the Marvel Universe.
In 2009, Spider-Man will find himself under siege by the return of many of his classic foes. CBR spoke extensively with Editor Stephen Wacker, Writers Joe Kelly & Mark Waid, and artist Phil Jimenez about their plans for '09
Marvel Comics announced that Saturday Night Live writer-actors Seth Meyers and Bill Hader would be writing a Spider-Man one-shot to be illustrated by legendary “JLI” artist Kevin Maguire.
Raven and Vicarious Visions teamed up this Sunday morning at New York Comic Con to share footage and information about “Marvel Ultimate Alliance 2” and “X- Men Origins: Wolverine,” two highly anticipated games.
Afraid that you may have missed some Ultimate Comics news in all the hustle and bustle of the NYCC? Here's your checklist to CBR's news and interviews featuring the Ultimate Universe's top creators and characters.
Check out CBR's full report from the Mondo Marvel panel at New York Comic Con, featuring Joe Quesada, Brian Bendis, Bill Hader & Seth Meyers, Fred Van Lente, Frank Tieri, Greg Pak and many, many more.
This spring, readers can experience Brian Bendis and Alex Maleev's "Spider-Woman" series in print or on their computers as a digital comic with the added elements of sound and movement.
Writer Frank Tieri explores the the ins and outs of Dark Reign with an all-new digital comics mini-series, "Dark Reign: Made Men," available this summer exclusively on Marvel Digital Comics Unlimited.
Hot on the heels of the newly announced "Ultimate Fantastic Four: Requiem," Joe Pokaski took time out to explain his love of family and why the one-shot may have to be called “Fantastic One.”
Aron Coleite takes some time to talk to CBR News about the newly announced “Ultimate X-Men: Requiem,” the ramifications of “Ultimatum,” and what's in store for the Ultimate Universe.
"War of Kings: Warriors,” a Marvel Digital Comics Unlimited exclusive miniseries, was announced Friday afternoon at NYCC. CBR News spoke with Christos Gage and Jay Faerber about the bi-weekly series.
In “Ultimate Spider-Man: Requiem”, a 2 issue story launching in May, Brian Bendis examines our hero through the eyes of others, including his new biggest fan: J. Jonah Jameson?
Teases of two new shows hit the NYCC with the announcement of an animated Super Hero Squad and a screening of an episode of the Iron Man cartoon. Plus, news about old favorites and a surprising development with Marvel and music.
CBR's coverage of NYCC continues with Marvel's digital comics panel. An online-exclusive "War of Kings" tie in was announced Friday, and today fans learned about "Astonishing X-Men" and "Spider-Woman" motion comics.
With the huge Saturday reveal of the Ultimate Comics relaunch at the NYCC, and word that he'll team with superstar artists Carlos Pacheco & Leinil Yu, Mark Millar spills on his biggest book of '09.
In the wake of "Ultimatum," Jeph Loeb talks with CBR about renaming and relaunching Marvel's Ultimate line, but which characters survive that long remains in doubt.
This July sees the launch of “Ultimate Spider-Man” Vol. 2, picking up the story from the previous series. CBR spoke with the book’s creative team writer Brian Michael Bendis and artist David Lafuente.
Check out CBR's full report from Marvel's Cup O' Joe panel at New York Comic Con, featuring Marvel Comics Editor- in-Chief Joe Quesada, Brian Michael Bendis, CB Cebulski and Dan Buckley.
When Millar and Hitch's run on Fantastic Four comes to an end, waiting in the wings to take the FF on their next fantastic voyage is the new team of writer Jonathan Hickman and artist Dale Eaglesham.
In May, the Young Avengers return in the five issue “Dark Reign: Young Avengers.” In the series, the titular teen heroes find themselves face to face with - The Young Avengers? We spoke with writer Paul Cornell about the book.
In 2009, newly exclusive Marvel artist Dale Eaglesham will show off his signature style on two of Marvel Comics' most popular properties, Spider-Man and “Fantastic Four.” We spoke with Eaglesham about his future at Marvel.
The post-apocalyptic Wolverine epic, "Old Man Logan," Will be wrapping up with an extra-sized, action-filled one-shot. CBR talked with series writer Mark Millar about it.
Friday afternoon at NYCC, Marvel announced “X-Force: Sex and Violence,” by Craig Kyle and Chris Yost with painted art by Gabriele dell'Otto. We caught up with the writers for a chat.
Celebrated “X-Men” writer Chris Claremont brings back the next generation of mutant marvels in “GeNext United,” beginning in May. CBR News spoke with the creator about what he has in store for the characters.
A new creative team for "Fantastic Four," two new "Dark Reign" mini-series and...the Marvel Slumber Party? CBR brings you all the news, and a giant gallery of art, from the Dark Reign panel at NYCC.
In “Dark Avengers”, Wolverine's son, Daken, took his father's identity. In June he'll take something else, as “Wolverine” becomes “Dark Wolverine.” CBR News spoke with writers Daniel Way and Marjorie Liu about the book.
Zeb Wells and Diogenes Neves will join creative forces to reunite the Marvel Universe's original teenage mutant team, now all grown up and itching for action in this May's new "New Mutants" title.
CBR continues it's up to the minute coverage of NYCC with our report from Marvel's recently ended X-Men panel. Check here for all the news, teasers and, yes, even jokes from the panel, not to mention a massive art gallery.