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ROBOT 6's Tim O'Shea spoke with writer Jeff Parker about his and artist Gabriel Hardman's run on "Atlas," their just-begun run on "Hulk," the inclusion of US Agent in "Thunderbolts," the shuttering of Wildstorm and more.
Greg McElhatton gave "Thunderbolts" #148 4-stars saying of Jeff Parker and Declan Shalvey's comic, "Heroism and villainy are excellently twisted together, and that's exactly what this comic should be...a must-read book."
Marvel Executive Editor Tom Brevoort and ace writers Jonathan Hickman and Jeff Parker sat down with fans to talk Fantastic Four, Hulk, Thunderbolts, and death at the Baltimore Comic-Con.
Marvel Comics has released an advance look at "Thunderbolts" #148 by Jeff Parker and artist Declan Shalvey with colors and cover art by Frank Martin. The T-bolts enter Shadowland Wednesday, September 15.
Marvel Comics has provided CBR with an exclusive look at "Thunderbolts" #148 by Jeff Parker and Declan Shalvey as well as the cover for #149 which joins with the previous issue to create a single, oversized image.
Marvel Comics has released a teaser for "Avengers Vs. Thunderbolts" debuting in Novmber 2010 with the image promising a showdown between Steve Rogers and the man who assassinated him, Crossbones.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR presents an advance look at new comics on sale next Wednesday, July 21, including "Avengers" #3, "Deadpool" #25, "New Avengers" #2, "Thunderbolts" #146, "X-Factor" #207 and more.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR presents an advance look at new comics on sale next Wednesday, June 23, including "Amazing Spider-Man" #635, "Hulk" #23, "Secret Warriors" #17, "Thunderbolts" #145 and many more.
We spoke with Christos Gage and Jeff Parker about August's "Scared Straight" crossover featuring a face-to-face interaction gone awry between the students of Avengers Academy and super powered felons, the Thunderbolts.
The House of Ideas' HeroesCon panel touched on the Thunderbolts as Marvel’s Dirty Dozen, and just how close to the edge "Daredevil" Matt Murdock really is.
CBR's James Hunt reviewed "Thunderbolts" #144 by Jeff Parker and Kev Walker and gave the comic 4 stars, saying, "the final page left me with a huge grin on my face and a strong desire to read the next issue immediately."
With a former Thunderbolt returning to terrorize new team leader Luke Cage, Marvel's villains-turned-heroes franchise takes a twist under Jeff Parker. CBR News has an exclusive look at next month's issue!
In September, Luke Cage dispatches the Thunderbolts to take on the forces of Daredevil and the Hand. We spoke with Jeff Parker about "Thunderbolts" #148-149, which tie into Marvel's "Shadowland."
Marvel Comics has just released an advance preview of "Thunderbolts" #144. The Heroic Age dawns in comic stores everywhere on May 26 courtesy of the creative team of Jeff Parker and Kev Walker.
UPDATED: Marvel Comics shared an exclusive first look at the designs for the new Heroic Age cast of "Thunderbolts" while Jeff Parker AND artist Kev Walker explained how Luke Cage's team of criminals are working for redemption.
This May, Jeff Parker and Kev Walker welcome the "Thunderbolts" to the Marvel Universe's Heroic Age with issue #144. CBR News spoke with Parker about the constantly changing team's latest direction and new leader.
This week, the Thunderbolts conclude their battle against the Agents of Atlas before heading straight to Norman Osborn's siege against Asgard. CBR spoke with Jeff Parker about what lies in wait for the team in the months ahead.
CBR spoke with writer Jeff Parker about the Agents of Atlas' upcoming clash with Norman Osborn's Thunderbolts, the "Avengers Vs. Atlas" mini-series, focusing on the original Marvel Boy and more, plus an exclusive look at some AoA art.
It's quite a week for characterization with Norman Osborn, an FDA agent, Bruce Banner, toys and Luke Cage, even while the Kryptonians take a break, Hank Pym's more important than need be and Osborn's got a secret.
This November, writer Jeff Parker delves into the twisted psyches of some of the Marvel U’s most dangerous killers when he takes over as the regular writer of “Thunderbolts.” We spoke with Parker and Editor Bill Rosemann.
Marvel has provided CBR with exclusive previews of "Secret Warriors" #7 and "Thunderbolts" #135, two issues that set the teams against one another with Fury and Osborn at the center.
In September’s double-sized “Thunderbolts” #136, Norman Osborn is out to turn Marvel’s Heroes for Hire, Power Man and Iron Fist, into - Killers for Hire? CBR News spoke with guest writer Rick Remender and editor Bill Rosemann about the issue.
CBR talks with “Thunderbolts” writer Andy Diggle about what readers can expect now that the team has become Norman Osborn's clandestine kill-squad, and we also preview exclusive artwork by Roberto De la Torre!
The Merc with a Mouth tangles with Norman Osborn's new team of operatives in "Magnum Opus," a crossover between "Deadpool" and "Thunderbolts." We spoke with Daniel Way about the story. Also, Bob.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR brings you an exclusive first look at the cover for "Deadpool" #8. Illustrated by Jason Pearson, the cover depicts Deadpool facing some familiar foes....
With the penultimate chapter of the "Death of Marc Spector" storyline in stores now, CBR speaks with writer Mike Benson about "Moon Knight" #24 and his future plans for the anti-hero -- whoever he may be.
Six jumps lead a winning week in comics heralded by Norman Osborn's gunfire, Blue Beetle's politics, Orson Randall's style, Saturn Girl's betrayal, Deadpool's whimsy, Gepetto's tour and so much more.
Starting this November, changes are in stores for Marvel Comics' "Thunderbolts." CBR News spoke with new writer Andy Diggle and Editor Bill Rosemann about their plans for the villainous book.
Moon Knight’s actions have made him the target of characters even crazier than he is, the Thunderbolts. We spoke with writer Mike Benson about "The Death of Marc Spector."
This week: the Declaration of Independents; what's new in superhero comics, and the dark, unexpected secret between two major rival series; and lots of notes, including "What If?" tales, "Wanted," the unproven RIAA, a new Comics Cover Challenge and more.
Mike Deodato, Jr. takes over as the new regular artist on “Wolverine: Origins” with September’s issue #28. CBR News spoke with him about the book as well as his previous gig, "Thunderbolts!"
A hard-fought win of a week with billionaire bad boys doing it well plus stupidity with Skrulls, 1930s gangster surprises, space religion, surprise power returns and more lunacy in Hannibal Tabu's THE BUY PILE..
Lighting strikes twice for writer Christos Gage with two upcoming Thunderbolts projects. We spoke with him about his "Secret Invasion" arc on "Thunderbolts" and his one-shot “Reason in Madness.”