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Wolverine meets Kamala Khan for the first time in "Ms. Marvel" #7 and the fractured Illuminati prepare for an incursion in Marvel's "New Avengers" #23.
"Ms. Marvel" writer G. Willow Wilson discusses what lies ahead for young Kamala Khan, including a team-up with the de-powered Wolverine and the Inhumans.
This week, Ms. Marvel has a quiet moment, Solar goes retro, the Joker has an identity crisis and more.
G. Willow Wilson and Adrian Alphona's "Ms. Marvel" #5 is "the latest in a string of great issues for this series," and "a thoroughly fun comic."
G. Willow Wilson and Adrian Alphona's "Ms. Marvel" #4 is the definition of a well-constructed comic book with the perfect creative team.
Check out CSBG's collection of "meta-messages," including Chris Claremont giving Ms. Marvel voice to complain about her sexist treatment in the Avengers.
Kelly Thompson examines Marvel's five new female-led ongoings launched as a part of All-New Marvel NOW! -- and the prognosis is good.
"Ms. Marvel" editor Sana Amanat joined CBR TV at WonderCon 2014 to discuss her Marvel work, her recent TED Talk and more.
"Attack on Titan" continues its conquest! What's in the comiXology deal for Amazon? Interviews with G. Willow Wilson and Van Jensen! Plus more!
A look at Captain Marvel, Ms. Marvel and diversity! Dissecting March's direct-market sales figures! South Carolina booksellers react to college funding cuts! Plus more!
Fans celebrated all things Ms. and Captain Marvel with Kelly Sue DeConnick, G. Willow Wilson and prominent Carol Corps member (and rocket scientist) Nakki.
Willow Wilson discusses the initial arc of "Ms. Marvel," which tells how shape-shifting teen Kamala Khan takes on the mantle of her personal hero.
Cartoonist claims Algerian prosecutors want to make an example of him! The appeal of Emerald City Comicon! G. Willow Wilson and Sana Amanat on "Ms. Marvel"! More!
Check out an exclusive first look at Annie Wu's variant for "Ms. Marvel" #3, featuring Kamala Khan stuffing her locker full of super heroics.
G. Willow Wilson and Adrian Alphona's "Ms. Marvel" #2 is a strong sophomore issue, adding up to a "heroic and inspiring" final product.
Acclaimed author Lucius Shepard passes away. interviews with Rafael Albuquerque, G. Willow Wilson and Tim Seeley! A comics-themed tour of Southern Illinois! More!
Writer G. Willow Wilson and artist Adrian Alphona look to keep the momentum going with "Ms. Marvel" #2, out March 19 from Marvel Comics.
Kelly Sue DeConnick talks in-depth about the cosmic focus of the new "Captain Marvel" series and the contributions of the Carol Corps. Plus, exclusive art!
This week, Cinderella goes two-toned, Kamala Khan gets the torso treatment and the "Sex Criminals" creative team gets a portrait & more.
ROBOT 6 finds something everyone can relate to in the story of a Muslim teenager from New Jersey who wants nothing more than to be like her hero Carol Danvers.
Axel Alonso welcomes returning executive editor Mike Marts and new Spider-Man senior editor Nick Lowe to discuss Marvel's editorial landscape.
G. Willow Wilson & Adrian Alphona's "Ms. Marvel" #1 "will captivate readers, paving a fantastic, fresh direction for the Marvel Universe."
With "Ms. Marvel" #1 on stands and "iZombie" getting a television pilot, writer Brett White recounts his social justice origin story.
Marvel opens its image archive and application programming interface! Morrie Turner memorial set for Sunday. Interviews with G. Willow Wilson, Mick Foley and more!
Marvel debuts an all-new hero in "Ms. Marvel" #1 by G. Willow Wilson and Adrian Alphona. Find out just who the new Ms. Marvel is on Feb. 5!
Marvel has a virtual pantheon of amazing female heroes ripe for for film and TV, and CBR picks which characters deserve the Hollywood treatment.
Check out a first look at G. Willow Wilson & Adrian Alphona's "Ms. Marvel" #1, as Kamala Khan begins her journey in the Marvel U February 5.
The highly publicized Kamala Khan makes her full debut in G. Willow Wilson and Adrian Alphona's "Ms. Marvel" #1, out from Marvel on Feb. 5.
Marvel has provided CBR with an exclusive advance look at its March solicitations for "Superior Spider-Man," "Hawkeye," Ms. Marvel" & more.
Marvel Editor-in-Chief Axel Alonso wraps the week of the latest Marvel retreat with talk of "Ms. Marvel," "Cataclysm" and "X-Force."
Brett White explores the new storytelling opportunities created by the new Muslim Ms. Marvel, and challenges nay-sayers to check their privilege.
G. Willow Wilson talks in-depth with CBR News about the new "Ms. Marvel" series, featuring a teenage Muslim girl taking on the mantle.
Marvel Comics has unveiled a new Ms. Marvel, a teenage Muslim girl named Kamala Khan, who will star in a series written by G. Willow Wilson. UPDATED with cover and more info.
Upon returning from this year's HeroesCon in Charlotte, North Carolina, Brett reflects on how Captain Marvel's fans, members of the growing Carol Corps, reflect the future of comic books.
In addition to the previously mentioned "Doctor Strange," "Iron Fist," "Black Panther" and "Runaways" projects, Marvel reportedly has scripts for a "Blade" reboot and a "Captain Marvel" feature.
Marvel has provided CBR with an exclusive preview of "A+X" #6 featuring team-ups between Wolverine & Captain Marvel and Gambit & the Thing! The issue hits stores March 27.
Who is Scott Leva and how close did he come to playing Spider-Man on film? Did Jerry Siegel nearly write "Whatever Happened to the Man of Tomorrow?" How did "What If...?" fuel the "Avengers" #200/Ms. Marvel controversy?
Comic book writers often use their characters to comment on the work of their peers, and CSBG's collection of these "meta-messages" includes Chris Claremont having Ms. Marvel complain about her treatment in "Avengers."
CBR spoke with "X-Men: Legacy" writer Christos Gage about his plans for the series' lead character, Rogue, including a battle with the Phoenix Five and a trip to a bizarre alien world.
Robot 6's Carla Hoffman wonders, "Can being a fan actually hamper you in enjoying the object of your own affection?" as she considers recent comments by Gail Simone and recent issues of Hulk.