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Writer Peter David returns to fan-favorite character Miguel O'Hara with artist Will Sliney for Marvel Comics' "Spider-Man 2099" #1, on sale July 9.
CBR spoke with "All-New X-Factor" writer Peter David about new cast members Cypher & Warlock, the team's recent rescue mission and how it affects the series.
Marvel has provided CBR with an exclusive first look at a "Spider-Man 2099" #1 variant cover by the series' co-creator Rick Leonardi.
Peter David returns to X-Position to answer your questions on "All-New X-Factor," Polaris' leadership skills, Serval Industries & more.
Peter David, Matt Fraction, Jeff Smith and Michael Oeming explain why Will Eisner continues to inspire nearly a decade after his death.
Peter David announced Marvel adaptations of Stephen King's fantasy epic will resume with Dark Tower II: The Drawing of the Three."
Marvel winds down their Emerald City Comicon programming with a panel featuring Peter David, Greg Rucka, Dennis Hopeless, Jason Latour and more.
With "All-New X-Factor" in full swing and a new "Spider-Man 2099" on the way, we choose the greatest stories in writer Peter David's lengthy career.
Peter David returns to "Spider-Man 2099" in a new ongoing series that finds Miguel O'Hara stranded in the present and trying to change Marvel's future.
A new "Spider-Man 2099" ongoing series is set for launch in July with creative team Peter David and Will Sliney at the helm.
"All-New X-Factor" writer Peter David tells CBR about his new squad, what Danger joining their ranks means and who will appear in upcoming issues.
The second half of the story behind the Hobgoblin's true identity is filled with mighty Marvel retcons, backtracking and revelations!
Did an openly gay Northstar nearly helm a solo series in the early '90s? How did Peter David get the last word in a battle with a Paramount executive?
The story of how Roderick Kingsley became the one, true Hobgoblin is filled with twists, turns and surprises befitting a classic villain's back story.
Marvel has 'stealth released' a prelude to "Captain America: The Winter Soldier" in the Infinite Comic digital format, written by Peter David.
With "All-New X-Factor" #1 in stores this week, Peter David returns to X-Position to answer fan questions about the new series. Plus, exclusive art!
This January, Peter David's "All-New X-Factor" #2 takes the team deep within the walls of A.I.M. for their first mission!
Peter David and artist Carmine Di Giandomenico debut "All-New X-Factor" in January, and CBR has an exclusive preview of the first issue!
A new scanned image shows the full line-up for Peter David's "All-New X-Factor" with three other members joining Polaris, Quicksilver & Gambit.
Marvel Comics kicked off New York Comic Con 2013 with the Amazing X-Men and Marvel Universe panel, bringing the latest news for the X-books and the greater Marvel U for All-New Marvel NOW!
Peter David discusses his upcoming "All-New X-Factor" series, which brings a new team together under the X-Factor banner with a new mission statement and refreshed cast.
Marvel's teasers for its New York Comic Con 2013 panels continue with a "Corporate" series by "X-Factor" writer Peter David and artist Carmine Di Giandomenico.
In the wake of "X-Factor's" conclusion, longtime series writer Peter David joins X-Position to answer fan questions about his storied series run and tease his next big project.
Peter David regaled an audience of fans with tales of his career, from why he left "Incredible Hulk" to the end of "X-Factor" and a hint of more mutant madness in his future, while giving an update on his recent stroke.
Peter David promises a fitting farewell for Madrox, Guido, Shatterstar and company as the writer wraps ten years worth of stories when he says goodbye to "X-Factor" this September.
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.
This week, is Frank Miller correct that the Batman TV series was the debut of Batman being a deputy of the law? Plus, how did history repeat itself with Peter David and a Goblin reveal?
Marvel Senior Editor Nick Lowe and many other individuals behind the editorial force of the X-Books join X-POSITION to answer your questions on the X-Line and the upcoming 50th Anniversary of Marvel's Merry Mutants.
Ten weeks after suffering a stroke, Peter David "is making steady progress," able to take a train into New York City for a meeting -- and even return to bowling.
Marvel Comics Editor-in-Chief Axel Alonso shows off the younger side of the Marvel Universe discussing "Young Avengers" and "Uncanny X-Force" alongside the diversity of "Fearless Defenders."
In honor of the great Peter David, the Line this week features pun-themed superheroes and villains, from Abra Kadaver to Snowclone to the battle between Rick O'Shae and the replicating More Man.
James Hunt gives Peter David and Leonard Kirk's "X-Factor" #250 4 stars saying the milestone issue sees "a year of storylines masterfully converge and collectively kicks off David's latest opus, 'Hell on Earth War.'"
Marvel has released a first look at upcoming covers for "X-Factor" and "Powers: Bureau," including variants by David Lafuente and David Mack for Brian Michael Bendis' "Powers Bureau" #1.
Following a stroke just before the New Year, fan-favorite comic writer Peter David continues to recover and will undergo in-patient rehabilitation once he's released from the hospital.
While on vacation in Florida, fan-favorite comic scribe Peter David was diagnosed with a small stroke. David's wife, Kathleen, has posted a detailed entry about his current condition on her personal blog.
The writer of "X-Factor," "Aquaman," "Hulk" and many other titles posted on his blog that he had a stroke while on vacation in Florida. ROBOT 6 has more details.
"X-Factor" writer Peter David returns and answers fan questions about the origins of Polaris and the upcoming "Hell On Earth War" story line in this week's edition of X-POSITION.
During New York Comic Con writers and editors including Peter David, Axel Alonso, Stuart Moore, Alisa Kwitney and Marie Javins assembled to discuss Marvel’s line of prose novels based on popular storylines from the comic books.
Marvel NOW! X-Book writers Rick Remender, Peter David, Dennis Hopeless & more along with editor Jeanine Schaefer and Senior Editor Nick Lowe discuss the newest developments for the X-Men at NYCC 2012.