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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.
You've seen Stan Lee's Marvel film cameos, and now CSBG collects nearly two dozen cameos by Lee in Marvel Comics!
Kevin Wada provides a defiantly powerful image for "She-Hulk" #12 -- the jade giantess' series finale.
Ryan North, Erica Henderson and Maris Wicks' "The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl" #1 is just as unexpectedly amazing as the title's announcement.
Despite overall average numbers, "Carter's" ratings bested all but one episode of its companion series' second season.
Following the debut of the teaser trailer for the "Ant-Man" film, Marvel's shrinking superhero stars in a new issue by Nick Spencer & Ramon Rosanas.
Siegel talks 2014 and 2015, library market and more! A look at anime, manga and Japan's child porn laws! Nick Spencer on "Ant-Man"! Plus more!
Charles Soule tells CBR News about "Uncanny Inhumans," an "Inhuman" companion title drawn by Steve McNiven that chronicles Black Bolt's adventures.
Scott Lang takes flight via an insect as Marvel Studios' newest -- and tiniest -- hero in "Ant-Man's" first full teaser trailer.
Kathryn Immonen & Rich Ellis' "Operation S.I.N." #1 is "full of great art and stylish dialogue," the opener to a series that could be a "fun ride."
Black Bolt heads up the new series from writer Charles Soule and artist Steve McNiven.
Charles Soule and Nick Bradshaw's "Wolverines" debuts this week, with a "solid start" that needs a little more pizzazz in future installments.
Nick Spencer and Ramon Rosanas' "Ant-Man" #1 is a near-perfect introduction to the next character marked for Marvel movie success.
CBR spoke with “Storm” writer Greg Pak about his plans for Ororo Munroe now that her enemies have framed her for an act of terrorism.
The opening issue of Mark Waid and Carlos Pacheco's new series is "fun and memorable," even if it's a little too Agent Coulson-centric,
Writer Rick Remender and editor Tom Brevoort discusses taking Marvel Comics' Uncanny Avengers into uncharted territory.
A month before his age dawns on the big screen, Ultron's rage gets the spotlight in a new OGN from Rick Remender and Jerome Opeña.
"Black Widow" writer Nathan Edmondson tells CBR about Natasha's battle with the shadowy organization known as Chaos and its impact on her world.
Before a frozen Captain America was discovered frozen by the Avengers, he fought Johnny Storm! Or did he? Check out Cap's "real" Marvel Silver Age debut!
CSBG has a collection of recurring comic book plots, like Marvel characters frequently visiting the actual Marvel Comics offices.
Marvel EIC Axel Alonso discusses the year ahead, including Disney/Marvel collaborations, "Uncanny Avengers" and the looming "Secret Wars."
Noah Berlatsky contrasts the graphic violence in "Gotham" to the subdued approach in "Ms. Marvel," and ponders which is truly more realistic.
ROBOT 6 columnists Tom Bondurant and Carla Hoffman conclude their annual look back with an assessment of 2014's Big Events and their hopes for 2015.
Get a good look at Jessica Drew's new costume in an exclusive preview for Dennis Hopeless & Javier Rodriguez's "Spider-Woman" #5, out in March.
Part 2 of our look at the major stories of 2014 includes the success of "Harley Quinn," big changes to Marvel icons and comics controversies.
Scarlet Witch, Quicksilver and the rest of the new squad gather in Rick Remender and Daniel Acuña's new "Uncanny Avengers" #1, out Jan. 28.
Nathan Edmondson spoke with CBR News about the web of intrigue surrounding the new Deathlok and how he connects to the writer's other Marvel titles.
Marvel kicks off 2015 with some huge releases including the debuts of "Ant-Man" and the weekly "Wolverines," "Men of Wrath," "Storm" & more.
Ryan North & Erica Henderson's "The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl" #1 gives the nuttiest, most upbeat superhero in the world a new Marvel ongoing series.
ROBOT 6 columnists Tom Bondurant and Carla Hoffman kick off their annual look back at the year in Marvel and DC, with an eye toward 2015's Big Events.
ROBOT 6 has an exclusive first look at Marvel's "Star Wars #2," by Jason Aaron, John Cassaday and Laura Martin.
From "Adventures of Superman" to "Zero," here's the complete ranking of CBR's Top 100 Comics of 2014, encompassing multiple genres and publishers.
If everything before this was a skirmish, the Spiders are in big trouble in Marvel's "Amazing Spider-Man" #12 by Dan Slott and Giuseppe Camuncoli.
"Ms. Marvel" writer G. Willow Wilson begins her run on Marvel's "X-Men" along with artist Roland Boschi in the first chapter of "The Burning World."
The newest teaser for Rick Remender and Daniel Acuna's "Uncanny Avengers" relaunch prominently features the synthozoid hero.
It's time for CBR's annual look back at the year that was, ranging from splashy movie announcements to important dialogue on industry issues.
Remember the time Black Widow started crushing on Captain America? Apparently, neither does she!