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Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of Jason Aaron Esad Ribic's Marvel NOW! series, "Thor: God of Thunder" #2, on sale in late November.
"Scalped" writer Jason Aaron visited the CBR Tiki Room at New York Comic Con to discuss "Thor: God of Thunder," more creator-owned books, his latest tattoos and his Hollywood plans.
Marvel Comics is rolling out new details of its Marvel NOW!, starting with the hammer-swinging exploits of three different Thors as Jason Aaron and Esad Ribic explain what "God of Thunder" does differently from Midgard to the far reaches.
Marvel Comics has revealed Joe Quesada's Marvel NOW! variant covers, including "All-New X-Men" #1, "Iron Man" #1, "Fantastic Four" #1 and "Thor: God of Thunder" #1. The issues are available for purchase November 2012.
Disney has announced Edgar Wright’s long-gestating "Ant-Man" movie opens November 6, 2015 and "Iron Man 3" & "Thor: The Dark World" will be released in 3D.
Today at New York Comic Con, Marvel announced the expansion of its Season One line of original graphic novels recounting the early days Iron Man, Thor and Wolverine. ROBOT 6 has details.
With November's "Journey Into Mystery" #646, the focus of the title shifts from Loki to the Asgardian warrior goddess Sif. We spoke with new writer Kathryn Immonen about her plans for the series and character.
New video from the Bourne Wood set of "Thor: The Dark World" offers another look at stars Chris Hemsworth and Jaimie Alexander in a battle scene from the Marvel sequel.
The latest images from the Bourne Wood set of "Thor: The Dark World" show Chris Hemsworth, Jaimie Alexander and an oddly armored man in a battle scene from the Marvel sequel.
CBR presents exclusive previews of Matt Fraction's Marvel Comics releases for next week - "The Mighty Thor" #19 with artist Alan Davis and "Invincible Iron Man" #524 with Salvador Larocca!
This November, Thor begins a millennia-spanning hunt for a serial killer known as the God Butcher in "Thor: God of Thunder." CBR News spoke with writer Jason Aaron about the series.
Following the release of a mobile game teaser image, Marvel has released a new trailer for an unknown game featuring Nick Fury's activation of the Avengers Initiative after a mass super-villain escape from the Vault.
Marvel Comics has released its solicitations for comics on sale in November, 2012, including the debut of "Iron Man," "All-New X-Men," "Indestructible Hulk" and the final issues of Bendis' "Avengers" and "New Avengers."
Jason Aaron and Esad Ribic have been confirmed as the creative team on Marvel's "Thor: God of Thunder," with the writer promising the series will star three distinct versions of the Norse deity.
Today's Marvel NOW! teaser reveal shows that Jason Aaron and Esad RIbic are set to prove themselves worthy when they take on the task of relaunching Thor's series in November.
Captain Action made a comeback in a big way at CCI 2012 as Ed Catto presented upcoming developments for the classic hero, including a first look at an in-development "Captain Action" animated series.
In CSBG's latest examination of stories that were abandoned and then overturned later on, witness Marvel's quick about face after Thor beat up one of the most powerful Hindu gods.
Disney and Marvel have released the first look at the package for “Marvel Cinematic Universe: Phase One -- Avengers Assembled," the 10-disc limited-edition Blu-ray collection arriving Sept. 25.
Marvel has released a teaser image featuring a shattered Mjolnir and the promise of more information at Amazing Spider-Man panel at Comic-Con International. UPDATED: A second, Wolverine-centric image has surfaced.
Marvel is expected to offer "Chuck" star Zachary Levi the role of Fandral in "Thor 2" after Josh Dallas was forced to drop out of the sequel because of his commitment to ABC's "Once Upon a Time."
Writer Jonathan Hickman joins CBR News for the latest AvX COMMENTARY TRACK for insight and commentary on the pivotal "AvX" #4, plus more behind-the-scenes Bonus Features!
Upping its total box office take to $1.331 billion worldwide over the weekend, Marvel’s "The Avengers" has become he third highest-grossing film of all time behind "Titanic" and "Avatar."
With Marvel Studios' Kevin Feige promising a "major new villain" for "Thor 2" without offering a name, CBR turns to our readers to find out which of Thor's biggest adversaries you want to see on the big screen!
Marvel’s "The Avengers" claimed the domestic box-office crown for the third weekend, earning an additional $55.1 million to help push its global total to nearly $1.2 billion and becoming the No. 4 release of all time.
Marvel's "The Avengers" crossed $1.07 billion worldwide on Thursday to become the sixth biggest film and the largest Disney release in history.
"The Avengers" director Joss Whedon says he’s unsure about returning to helm the sequel to Marvel’s $1-billion blockbuster, saying, “It’s an enormous amount of work telling what is ultimately somebody else's story.”
Augie talks about "The Avengers" in terms of box office, camera choices, 3D effects and more. Plus, the mother of all original art pages is going up on the block! Save your pennies. And gold bars.
Marvel's "The Avengers" has overtaken "The Dark Knight" to become the highest grossing comic book adaptation worldwide, with over $1 billion in box office take to date.
Well-established as a killer of beloved characters, from Joyce Summers to Shepherd Book to Winifred Burkle, writer/director Joss Whedon comes clean about a certain turn of events in Marvel’s "The Avengers."
Following the record-breaking opening of Marvel’s "The Avengers," director Joss Whedon has written a letter thanking his longtime fans for their years of support and for helping to make the movie a blockbuster hit.
Less than a week after the premiere of "The Avengers," Disney CEO Bob Iger confirmed there will be a sequel to Earth's Mightiest Movie following sequels to "Iron Man," "Thor" and "Captain America."
To sum it all up: Augie thinks "The Avengers" is the best superhero film ever, was disappointed by "Captain America'" and enjoyed "Thor" more than he expected.
Marvel's "The Avengers" continues to break records, crossing the worldwide $700 million mark in under 2 weeks while extending its reach to other industries, causing a spike in Los Angeles shawarma sales.
As Sunday's box office reports roll in with better-than-expected results, Marvel Studios has revised "The Avengers'" North American opening weekend's take to $207 million.
As the summer movie season begins, Marvel's superhero team-up "The Avengers" earned $80.5 million Friday, putting the film in the position to break domestic opening-weekend records.
Marvel Studios' "The Avengers" opened to $18.7 Million in midnight screenings across North America, displacing "The Dark Knight" as the record holder for the largest-ever midnight opening for a super hero film.
Current tracking has Marvel's blockbuster "The Avengers" poised to surpass ticket sales of $550 Million this weekend as the film opens in North America, China and Russia.
As if "The Avengers'" early tracking wasn't already impressive enough, the Joss Whedon-directed action film has now pre-sold more tickets than all the previous Marvel releases combined.
Writer J. Michael Straczynski bantered with fans, pounded the wall, and accepted an award at his C2E2 panel, offering unvarnished opinions about writing and leading a revolt against a noisy neighbor.