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In Part Two of Waxing Shellhead, CBR News peeks into the tumultuous world of S.H.I.E.L.D.'s newest director by chatting with "Iron Man" writers Daniel and Charles Knauf.
In Part 1 of a week-long, in-depth look at Iron Man, CBR's Dave Richards speaks with editor Tom Brevoort about some of the formative experiences of the hero's career and addresses fan reaction to Tony Stark's recent controversies.
Californians can rest easy knowing "The Order" is out there protecting them from super crime. CBR News spoke with writer Matt Fraction about what's next for Marvel's premiere Golden State super team.
American comics readers discover an international sensation today as issue #1 of Teshkeel Comics' "The 99" hit stands. CBR News spoke with Fabian Nicieza, co-writer of the all-new U.S. version.
If you haven't read "Spawn" in a long time, series writer David Hine says you might not know what you're missing, and spoke with CBR News about the past, present and future of the Image Comics mainstay.
Many of the mysteries of the Ultimate Universe will come to light in 2008 when the six-issue miniseries "Ultimate Origins" begins. CBR News spoke with writer Brian Michael Bendis about the revelatory project.
Newcomer John Malin temporarily takes over the artistic reigns of "New Warriors" this December for a two-issue fill-in. CBR News speaks with Mailin and previews new artwork from the book.
Earth becomes the central battleground against the Annihilation Wave in November's "What If? Annihilation." CBR spoke with writer David Hine about the one-shot which reexamines Marvel's epic cosmic event from a different angle.
Cable's gone but Deadpool has a new partner watching his back, Marvel's newest superstar: Bob, Agent of Hydra? CBR News spoke with writer Fabian Nicieza about the conclusion of "Cable & Deadpool."
The Punisher's war against super crime will pit him against invaders from "World War Hulk" and a reborn Kraven the Hunter. We spoke with "Punisher War Journal" writer Matt Fraction about his plans for Frank Castle.
In Devil's Due Publishing's new series "Drafted," the conflict is truly global. CBR News spoke with writer Mark Powers about the ongoing, which pits all of humanity against a massive interstellar threat.
Our look at the "Marvel Zombies" phenomenon continues today as we go in-depth with cover artist Arthur Suydam on his creative process, childhood zombie inspirations and original sketches.
In Part III of our look at the "Marvel Zombies" phenomenon, CBR News talks with artist Sean Phillips about the viscera-filled visuals of his and Robert Kirkman's new book, "Marvel Zombies 2."
CBR News's spotlight on the "Marvel Zombies" phenomenon continues today as we chat with Robert Kirkman about the hotly anticipated sequel, "Marvel Zombies 2," and preview new art by Sean Phillips!
"Marvel Zombies" has become one of the most successful in a House of Ideas. In part 1 of our spotlight on the project, CBR spoke with editor John Barber about the origins of the zombieverse and its creators.
Ten years in and the Marvel Knights is still going strong. CBR spoke with Editor Axel Alonso about the MK and MAX lines, and his next big offering, 2008's "Logan" by Brian K. Vaughan & Eduardo Risso.
Humanity begins its slow crawl from the wreckage of an alien invasion this November in the new Oni Press series, "Resurrection." We spoke with creator Marc Guggenheim about the book.
In November, Marvel fans will be taken on a trip across the globe when "The Marvel Atlas" hits stores. CBR News spoke with head writer Michael Hoskin and artist Elliot R. Brown about these unique guidebooks.
Why would someone join a terrorist group like Cobra? Writers Andrew Dabb & Mike O'Sullivan answer this question in "G.I. Joe Special Missions: The Enemy." Plus, a look at "G.I. Joe: America's Elite" #27, in stores this week.
Alien Invasions! Killer Robots! Defections! These are the tumultuous lives "New Avengers" and "Mighty Avengers," and with "New Avengers" #34 on sale today, CBR News spoke with Brian Michael Bendis about both titles.