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Jack Kirby’s cosmic creations, The Eternals, fly back into stores this week. We spoke with writers Daniel and Charles Knauf about the Daniel Acuña-illustrated series, with exclusive artwork from issue # 2.
David Lafuente uses his considerable skills to depict snowy, sub-zero action in July's “Patsy Walker: Hellcat." CBR spoke with him about his work with the Marvel heroine, whom he calls "a charming and glamorous kick-ass woman-mixtape."
Mike Carey joins X-POSITION to answer your questions about "X-Men: Legacy," 'Secret Invasion: X-Men," the "Dark Deception" crossover with "Wolverine: Origins," and much, much more.
On sale this week, “Skaar: Son of Hulk” #1 sends fans back to the savage world of Sakaar for the epic adventure of Bruce Banner’s barbarian offspring. We talk with writer Greg Pak about the Ron Garney-drawn series.
Alaska gets its own superhero in July, when “Patsy Walker: Hellcat” #1 hits the stands courtesy of Kathryn Immonen and David Lafuente. CBR spoke with Immonen about the miniseries and why Patsy Walker stands out in the Marvel Universe.
CBR speaks with SEGA's Erica Mason about "The Incredible Hulk" video game. In stores now, the game combines elements from the film and the comics, allowing gamers to play as Red Hulk and other versions.
One of Charles Xavier’s biggest mistakes comes looking for him in September's “Dark Deception,” a multipart crossover between “X-Men: Legacy” and “Wolverine: Origins.” We spoke writer Mike Carey about the storyline.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale next week including "Eternals" #1, "newuniversal: Shockfront" #2, "Secret Invasion: Who Do You Trust?" One-Shot, "The Twelve" #6 and more.
Spidey reached a personal milestone in this week's “Amazing Spider-Man," but things won’t be getting easier for him if Bob Gale has any say. We spoke with the writer.
In this week's “Secret Invasion” #3, the Skrulls take Manhattan, heroes turn on each other, and a long-absent ... well, we won't spoil it. Writer Brian Michael Bendis joins CBR to help navigate the intricacies of the issue page-by-bloody-page.
Marvel's "Captain Britian and MI:13" has been attracting attention in the UK press for its depiction of real-life Prime Minister Gordon Brown. CBR brings you the highlights as well as a preview of issue #2, on sale next week.
X-Men editor Nick Lowe stops by X-POSITION this week to answer questions about dating telepaths, Cable cuddling, and Dazzler’s relationship status. Plus, exclusive artwork from "Cable" #7.
In the June one-Shot “Wolverine: Dangerous Game,” Logan shows a fox hunting party of brutal, blood thirsty British aristocrats how it really feels to be stalked. CBR News spoke with writer Simon Spurrier about the book.
This Wednesday, “Ultimate Origins” drops and promises to answer many of the Ultimate Universes mysteries. We have two reviews of the debut issue of this Brian Michael Bendis penned series. What did we think? Read on.
September’s “King Sized Cable Spectacular” one-shot promises to change the hunter-hunted dynamic between Cable and Bishop. CBR News spoke with writer Duane Swierczynski about what he calls a "hyper-paced" epic.
Marvel's Your Universe panel took place Sunday afternoon at WW Philly and was a relaxed affair, with Tom Brevoort asking and answering questions from the crowd and Dan Slott leading everyone in a game of Marvel hangman.
Christos Gage will pen a three-issue "Secret Invasion" arc on "Iron Man: Director of S.H.I.E.L.D" beginning with #33. This story is complete with a special warning for the Skrulls to watch out for War Machine.
One man will battle horrors both real and supernatural this September in the pages of the 4-issue miniseries “Dead of Knight: Devil Slayer.” We spoke with the writer of the MAX mini, acclaimed horror novelist Brian Keene.
CBR spoke with co-writer Jeff Parker about September's "Age of the Sentry" mini-series which chronicles unrevealed tales of the Avenger while revering and satirizing Silver Age style storytelling.
Kraven is back! Not from the dead (just yet), but writer Marc Guggenheim introduces the Hunter's heir apparent in a three-issue arc of "Amazing Spider-Man" this July in #565-567.
In September, “Magneto Testament” writer Greg Pak and artist Carmine Di Giandomenico chronicle the horrors Magneto faced growing up in Hitler’s Germany. CBR spoke with Pak about the Marvel Knights miniseries.
Joe Quesada and Jimmy Palmiotti celebrated the 10th anniversary of Marvel Knights this Friday afternoon with a Wizard World Philly audience, reminiscing about the history of the imprint.
CBR's live coverage Marvel's Spider-Man: Brand New Day panel has ended, but we've got all the news from the panel talking about the thrice-monthly title that will shortly introduce a new Kraven.
We've wrapped up our live coverage of the Mondo Marvel panel at Wizard World Philadelphia which featured news on "Deadpool," "Wolverine: Origins," the latest X-News and much more. Updated
Mike Deodato, Jr. takes over as the new regular artist on “Wolverine: Origins” with September’s issue #28. CBR News spoke with him about the book as well as his previous gig, "Thunderbolts!"
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale next week including "Invincible Iron Man" #2, "Kick-Ass" #3, "Punisher War Journal" #20, "Ultimate Origins" #1 and many more.
The final interview in our "Incredible Hulk" hat trick is with the Abomination himself, Tim Roth. Find out why he decided to "go green" as he sits down to talk with CBR News about the Marvel film.
On sale now is "Marvel 1985" #1, a labor of love by Mark Millar and Tommy Lee Edwards, who speak with CBR News about the long awaited project, its personal meaning to them, and what clues as to its villain can be found throughout the Marvel Universe.
CBR spoke with "The Incredible Hulk" producer Gale Ann Hurd about the Hulk's return to the big screen, why comic books have finally gotten their due in Hollywood and what other Marvel character she'd like to tackle.
This week's "Marvel Comics Presents" #9 features a Hulk tale written by Mark Parsons & Tom Cohen and drawn by none other than Ed McGuinness. We spoke with the writers and took an EXCLUSIVE look at the art.