5 All-New, All-Different Marvel Titles We're Most Excited to Read
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The Ultimate Universe's two living weapons, the Hulk and Iron Man,l find themselves reluctant allies in "Ultimate Hulk/Iron Man a six-issue miniseries by Warren Ellis and Cary Nord.
Iron Man and Dr. Doom will be forced to join forces once again in "Iron Man: Legacy of Doom," a new miniseries by legendary Iron Man writers David Michelinie and Bob Layton.
2008 will be a grand year for "Fantastic Four" fans, because the acclaimed "Ultimates" team of Mark Millar and Bryan Hitch will take over the book. CBR News spoke with Millar about his plans for the series. Updated with an FF Trailer!
Robert Kirkman and Rob Liefeld reintroduce readers to Marvel's Martian-fighter "Killraven" in a five-issue miniseries, which also introduces a new version of one Marvel's classic teams.
In the pages "In Thy Name," the Surfer will find his vast power might not be enough to bring peace to a troubled galactic empire. We spoke with writer Simon Spurrier about the series.
Frank Castle's crusade against super-crime will be brought to life by a new artistic team when penciller Cory Walker and colorist Dave Stewart come aboard "Punisher War Journal" for a three-issue arc.
The next two years will be big for the Ultimate Universe. CBR News spoke with one of the architects of these changes, "Ultimates 3" and "Ultimatum" writer Jeph Loeb.
"Astonishing X-men" will continue to feature the work of an all-star artist when Simone Bianchi takes over as the books regular artist in 2008. We spoke with Bianchi about the book.
In 2008, writer Warren Ellis and artist Simone Bianchi will take over "Astonishing X-Men," CBR News spoke with X-Men Group Editor Axel Alonso about the new team.
The cast of "Runaways" has been through the wringer lately and they'll face a host of new challenges in 2008 when new writer Terry Moore takes over the book. We spoke with him about his plans for the series.
In January 2008, readers will get to know some of the forgotten heroes of Marvel Comics' Golden Age when "The Twelve," a twelve-issue mini-series begins. CBR News spoke with Editor Tom Brevoort about the series.
In January of 2008, the Golden Age of the Marvel Universe will slam up against the Modern Age with explosive results in the pages of "The Twelve." CBR News spoke with artist Chris Weston about the series.
There are plenty of mysteries surrounding the return of the former Kree soldier known as Mar-Vell and starting this November, they'll be explored in the five issue "Captain Marvel" mini-series. We spoke with writer Brian Reed about the series.
With Powers about to reach its 25th Icon issue, CBR News caught up with writer Brian Michael Bendis to find out what's next for the series and discuss some special issues he has planned.
With issue #14, a new co-writer joins regular scribe Charlie Huston in chronicling the adventures of Marvel's Moon Knight. CBR News spoke with new "Moon Knight" co-writer Mike Benson.
Big developments are in stores for Wolverine in this week's "Wolverine: Origins Annual" and new storyline, "Our War." CBR News spoke with writer Daniel Way.
In Part II of our spotlight on the Marvel MAX "Terror, Inc" miniseries, CBR News speaks with artist Patrick Zircher about drawing guts, gore, comedy and ultra-violence.
An assassin called Terror has his (and literally other people's) eyes upon his enemies when Marvel MAX's "Terror, Inc." miniseries begins in August. In Part I of CBR's look at the series, we spoke with writer David Lapham.
Next Month, the Marvel MAX "Punisher" series reaches its milestone 50th issue. CBR News spoke with writer Garth Ennis about the brutal series and its next storyline, "Long, Cold Dark."
CBR News returns with another installment of Graphic About Novels. This time, we speak with Mike Carey about his first prose novel, "The Devil You Know," which hits U.S. stores this week.