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ROBOT 6's Tim O'Shea spoke with "Scarlet Spider" artist Ryan Stegman about his time in Marvel's Artist's Training Program, merging digital and traditional illustration techniques and more.
Marvel Comics has released an advance look at the January-debuting "Scarlet Spider" ongoing series. Ring in the new year with Chris Yost and Ryan Stegman on January 4.
In this installment of CBR's regular discussion with Marvel E-i-C Axel Alonso, up-and-coming artist Ryan Stegman stops in to discuss his rise at Marvel, the legacy of "The Clone Saga" and the secrets of "Scarlet Spider."
This January a new version of a fan-favorite Spider-Man character arrives in the new ongoing "Scarlet Spider" series. CBR spoke with writer Chris Yost about his plans for for the book.
As "Spider-Island" infests the NYC of the Marvel U, Marvel Comics brings the creators of the event and the entire Spider-Man line to New York Comic Con to announce "The Scarlet Spider" and more.
Today's "Point One" teaser from Marvel promotes an unnamed story from the creative team of Chris Yost and Ryan Stegman with an image depicting a character reminiscent of the Scarlet Spdier.
"Spider-Island" looms large in Spider-Man's future, but first he must overcome foes like Anti-Venom, Mister Negative, a new Wraith and the ever-present pressure of responsibilities. Slott told CBR about it all.
One is Savage, the other Sensational, and writer Harrison Wilcox spoke with CBR News about both of Marvel's new "She-Hulks" limited series headliners and the strange relationship between the gamma-powered ladies.
After making his name for not killing Jen Walters in "World War Hulks," writer Harrison Wilcox takes to smashing the Marvel U on a monthly basis with artist Ryan Stegman on the bounty hunting team-up title "She-Hulks."
Marvel Comics has announced "She-Hulks," a new series spinning out of "World War Hulks" in November from the creative team of writer Harrison Wilcox and artist Ryan Stegman with a cover by Ed McGuinness.
This spring, writer Kelly Sue DeConnick shines the spotlight on three of Marvel's female characters with the one-shots "Sif" and "Rescue" and short story featuring Satana in issue #3 of "Girl Comics."