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Later this year school will be back in session for the original X-Men as "X-Men: First Class" graduates from a mini-series to an ongoing series. CBR News spoke with writer Jeff Parker about the book.
The death of his father was one of the defining moments in the life of Daredevil. This July, readers will find out about his dad in "Daredevil: Battling Jack Murdock." We spoke with editor Warren Simons about the mini-series.
This June, Marvel Comics will give fans something old, something new, and something red, white and blue with release of "Avengers Classic" #1. We spoke with Editor Andy Schmidt about the series.
This Summer, green won't be the color of envy it will be the color of rage as the Hulk returns from space to wage war on the heroes that exiled him, in the mini-series "World War: Hulk." We spoke with writer Greg Pak about the series.
This April, Brazil will become a hotspot of conflict for the G.I. Joe team as both reservists and regular members see action in the pages of "G.I. Joe Special Missions: Brazil." We spoke with writers Sam Wells and Mike O'Sullivan about the book.
In our second installment of Graphic About Novels, CBR News speaks in-depth with former "Black Widow" writer Richard K Morgan about his grey hued, dark toned prose novels
With two high profile projects set to debut from Brian Bendis this month, March could unofficially be called Bendis Month. CBR News spoke with him about "Mighty Avengers" & "Civil War: The Confession."
This June, in "World War Hulk: X-Men" and "Iron Man" #19-20, Writer Christos Gage reveals how the Hulk's vendetta impacts on the X-Men and Tony Stark. We spoke with Gage about both books and learned which veteran artist will be drawing his "Iron Man" issues.
Civil War may be over, but the Punisher's war against crime in the Marvel U continues in the pages of "Punisher War Journal." We spoke with writer Matt Fraction about the book. Plus, previews of issues #5 & 6.
This July, the Monarch of Atlantis will discover his actions have consequences in "Sub-Mariner: Revolution." We spoke with writers Matthew Cherniss and Peter Johnson about the mini-series.
Pop culture icons the Transformers and Spider-Man will dominate the silver screen and the comic page this summer when they meet in the pages of "New Avengers/Transformers." We've got all the details.
The fires of interstellar war are still smoldering in the Marvel U and this July they'll reignite when "Annihilation: Conquest" begins. CBR News spoke with Editor Bill Rosemann about the event.
In part two of our spotlight on "Champions," CBR News speaks with artist Barry Kitson about depicting the Marvel U's newest group of heroes and his new exclusive deal with Marvel.
This July, a group of strangers will gather in the City of Angels and get a second chance to do something extraordinary. This is the premise of "Champions," a new ongoing Marvel series and we got the scoop from writer Matt Fraction.
This June another war erupts in the Marvel U. This time it's the heroes versus just one guy, but he's big, angry and gamma powered. CBR News begins its spotlight on "World War Hulk" by chatting with Editor Mark Paniccia.
This April, the Human Rocket blasts off into his own ongoing series when "Nova" #1 hits stores. CBR News spoke with writers Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning about the series.
Wolverine #50 marked the opening bell in Wolverine and Sabretooth's latest duel and eager fans flocked to the book causing the issue to sell out. CBR News spoke with the book's artist Simone Bianchi about his work on "Wolverine."
High school can be hellish but this May four teenage outcasts all with the same name decide to do something about it in the OGN "The PLAIN Janes." CBR News spoke with Cecil Castellucci and got a preview.
Fans were saddened when "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" ended it's television run, but they'll rejoice this March when Buffy's adventures resume in a new comic series from creator Joss Whedon, which picks up where the series left off. We spoke with Whedon.
Today CBR News concludes its spotlight on the new "Hack/Slash" ongoing series, beginning this May, by chatting with the artist rendering all the chuckles and chopped off body parts, Emily Stone.