Axel-In-Charge: Extending "Secret Wars," Excitement for a "Totally Awesome Hulk"
The artist behind the new Ultimate Spider-Man, Sara Pichelli, joins Marvel Comics' Tom Brevoort to talk race, the press and the future with an exclusive first look at "Ultimate Comics Spider-Man" #1.
With a new face under Ultimate Spider-Man's mask, Marvel CCO Joe Quesada returns with his take on the character's creation and the overpowering public reaction, plus an exclusive look at the Ultimate Spidey cartoon!
In the wake of San Diego, Tom Brevoort unpacks Marvel's plans for original graphic novels, shares how "Fear Itself" will push the Marvel U to its next phase and invites Matt Fraction in for a "Mighty Thor" sneak peek!
As America prepares for Steve Rogers' big screen bow and CCI, Tom Brevoort discusses "Captain America's" influence on comics and the future of "Avengers."
Tom Brevoort is back digging into the fan questions mail bag to cover a range of Marvel Comics issues from the X-Men's "Schism" to the future of CrossGen and the fate of characters both female and furious.
Marvel Comics SVP of Publishing Tom Brevoort wraps the week on CBR with a wide-ranging discussion on gateway comics, fallen franchises and comebacks with exclusive art from "Captain America" and more!
As "The Avengers" rolls film, Tom Brevoort looks at how movies from "Captain America" to "X-Men: First Class" affect Marvel Comics while his staff digs into their own long boxes and show off tons of exclusive art.
Tom Brevoort gives twice the info on this week's shocking "Ultimate Spider-Man" #160 including the history of the story and of specialty variants while addressing fan questions on Marvel pricing and "Astonishing Captain America."
Tom Brevoort is back on CBR to discuss the art of the pitch and how Marvel makes a choice on new series from "Avenging Spider-Man" to the exclusive word of Andy Diggle's new "Six Guns."
In a week when Marvel loses one of its heroes in Bucky "Captain America" Barnes and one of its marquee titles in "Uncanny X-Men," Tom Brevoort still has time to juggle his picks for DC's relaunches and more.
Comic shop owner Jud Meyers talks out issues of retail, fandom and more with Tom Brevoort, from debate over Marvel's lack of a Vertigo-like line, sales on comic book deaths and the status of Neil Gaiman's "Marvelman."