5 All-New, All-Different Marvel Titles We're Most Excited to Read
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With "Powers" coming to TV and the "Ultimate End" at hand, CBR presents the best comic book runs by modern comics master Brian Michael Bendis.
With Mike Colter revealing Netflix's "Luke Cage" series will be "adult oriented," CSBG revisits a comic book legend about a controversial "Alias" issue.
Melissa Rosenberg, long attached to "Jessica Jones," is reported to be writing and executive producing the Netflix series starring the character.
With Walter White's story concluded in glorious fashion in last night's "Breaking Bad" finale, SPINOFF ONLINE looks back at some of the other great series finales in recent TV history.
In her latest column, Kelly Thompson examines the nine different ways that a movie starring a superheroine could be made. Just in case anyone in Hollywood was considering the idea...
Although ABC passed on "AKA Jessica Jones," the pilot based on "Alias" by Brian Michael Bendis and Michael Gaydos, producer Melissa Rosenberg says Marvel is still trying to find a network for the drama.
ABC has passed on the "AKA Jessica Jones" pilot based on Marvel's "Alias" by Brian Michael Bendis and Michael Gaydos, but network President Paul Lee remains hopeful for a 2013 live-action "Incredible Hulk" series.
Melissa Rosenberg, the writer and producer of "AKA Jessica Jones," the planned TV adaptation of Marvel's "Alias," is hopeful the superheroine turned private investigator will find a place on ABC’s fall 2012 lineup.
Jeph Loeb had a few surprises up his sleeve Saturday including Luke Cage and Ms. Marvel on TV, Cloak and Dagger in New Orleans on ABC Family and a cameo by "The Avengers" star Clark Gregg.
CBR News spoke with artist Jeremy Haun about his newly-minted exclusive contract with Top Cow, what factored into his decision to sign with the publisher, which big series he'll be illustrating and more.
In the first of a two-part interview, Stuart Moore spoke with ROBOT 6's Tim O'Shea about his past as an editor on titles including "Preacher," "Alias," and more, transitioning to a freelance writer and more.
What Marvel comic was so offensive that a printer refused to print it? Was Pamela Anderson's "Barb Wire" mocking John Byrne? And what's the deal with the two Captain Wonders? Find out in this week's Comic Book Legends Revealed!