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"Thor: God of Thunder" ends in October before the new "Thor" debuts, and CBR has the first look at variants by R.M. Guéra and Simon Bisley.
Marvel Studios branches out with "Guardians of the Galaxy," and the unconventional approach by writer/director James Gunn pays off.
CBR News spoke with Grant Morrison in San Diego to discuss long in-the-works project "The Multiversity," and its place in the comics industry.
Doomsday creator Dan Jurgens returns to the character to help bring "Superman: Doomed" to a close with a variant cover for August's issue #2.
"Time Runs Out" for both "Avengers" and "New Avengers" this September, and CBR has the first look at variant covers by Agustin Alessio.
Mark Waid talks writing a "full-on, in-continuity Marvel Universe version" of Agent Phil Coulson and crew in the newly announced "S.H.I.E.L.D." ongoing series.
Charles Soule isn't done with Wolverine's world after his death -- he's exploring the further ramifications with a new "Weapon X Program" miniseries.
Mark Waid, Dan Slott and Joe Quesada discuss the 75th anniversary of Marvel and the 50th anniversary of Daredevil on Sunday at Comic-Con.
Mark Waid will write a TV-inspired "S.H.I.E.L.D." series, Charles Soule will explore "The Weapon X Program," plus more from Sunday at Comic-Con.
With "Star Wars" back at Marvel, Mark Waid talks working with Terry Dodson on a solo "Princess Leia" miniseries, set directly after Episode IV.
Robert Kirkman -- and "Walking Dead" co-star Norman Reedus -- make the transition to movies with "AIR," and both talk the project in San Diego.
Mockingbird coming to TV? CBR has the full rundown of Friday's panel featuring Jeph Loeb and the "Agents of SHIELD" and "Agent Carter" casts.
Rick Remender, Axel Alonso and more talk this fall's Marvel event, "AXIS," at Comic-Con in San Diego, and CBR News has full coverage.
Image Comics, Dynamite Entertainment, Monkeybrain Comics and more join comiXology's just announced DRM-free backup program.
Hulk Hogan vs. Stone Cold and more dream matches are happening in the "WWE Superstars" comic, and co-writer Shane Riches tells CBR about it.
With "Spawn" headed to a major anniversary, Todd McFarlane shares plans with CBR on Al Simmons' return, and a new creative team for the series.
Image Comics Publisher Eric Stephenson addressed fans and retailers, and CBR has all the details from the announcement-filled presentation.
The CW has debuted the first photo of star Colton Haynes as Arsenal, Roy Harper's costumed identity on the third season of "Arrow."
Sony has moved the third "Amazing Spider-Man" film to 2018, with "Sinister Six" scheduled for 2016.
Popular BBC America series "Orphan Black" makes the leap to comic books next year at IDW Publishing, with no further details revealed.