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Marvel has debuted the cover for "Guardians of the Galaxy" #5, featuring Sara Pichelli's appropriately angelic take on Neil Gaiman's Angela. The issue, co-written by Gaiman and Brian Bendis, hits stores in late July.
In a week of big news breaking and big events gearing up, Marvel E-i-C Axel Alonso talks the finale of "Age of Ultron," the mythology of "Infinity" and the debut of Angela in "Guardians of the Galaxy."
CCO Joe Quesada shares his vision for how Neil Gaiman's Angela had to appear in the Marvel U and the behind the scenes story of Disney's animated "Big Hero 6." Plus, a peek at Angela in "Guardians of the Galaxy"" UPDATED with new art.
The angelic warrior of the '90s makes her Marvel debut in a few short weeks, and today the publisher revealed CCO Joe Quesada's redesign for Angela's arrival in "Age of Ultron."
Editor Tom Brevoort spoke to CBR about recent developments in "Age of Ultron" as well as the recent announcement that issue #10 would mark the Marvel Comics debut of Neil Gaiman's Angela.
It was the opposite of a slow news week, so Augie covers the highlights, including DC's hiring and retention practices, Marvel's Marvelman (lack of) plans, Quantum and Woody's return and more.
In “By the Numbers,” ROBOT 6 takes a look back at the events of the past five days … in numbers. This week the focus is on Angela, Marvelman, DC Comics' surprise departures, and "The Private Eye."
It's a packed week as Marvel E-i-C Axel Alonso discusses Neil Gaiman's plans for Angela in the Marvel U, digs deep into the artist rotation on Marvel NOW! and announces a "What If...?" series for "AvX."
Few were more excited by the announcement that Neil Gaiman will introduce Angela to the Marvel U than cosplayer Kearstin Fay Nicholson who referred to it on CBR's Facebook page as the “greatest news I’ve heard all day!"
CBR wants to know your reaction to today's big news of Neil Gaiman returning to the Marvel Universe to co-write the finale of "Age of Ultron" and "Guardians of the Galaxy!"
Marvel has announced Neil Gaiman's return to the Marvel Universe with the final issue of "Age of Ultron" as the "Sandman" scribe steps in to help with "AoU" and add one-time Spawn nemesis Angela to the Marvel U.
After years of legal battles, judgments and fines, Neil Gaiman and Todd McFarlane have settled their long-running dispute over the Medieval Spawn and Angela characters they co-created in "Spawn" #9.
A federal judge has dealt another blow to Todd McFarlane in his copyright dispute with Neil Gaiman, ruling that Dark Ages Spawn, Domina and Tiffany are derivatives of their earlier creations.