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Rick Remender and Daniel Acuna relaunch Marvel's "Uncanny Avengers" with a brand new #1, featuring new members and revelations following "AXIS."
The video touts Marvel's "fresh spins" on classic characters with animated artwork from eleven ongoing series.
Axel Alonso takes stock of the Marvel releases that had an impact in 2014, including "Ms. Marvel," "Death of Wolverine" and the female "Thor."
Superior Iron Man, Ant-Man and more are featured in our exclusive advance look at Marvel Comics' February 2015 solicitations.
Jason Aaron and Russell Dauterman have some fun with the newly minted Goddess of Thunder in Marvel Comics' "Thor" #2, on sale Nov. 12.
Artist Russell Dauterman talks with CBR TV about taking on Marvel's "Thor" reluanch with Jason Aaron and creating the new female Thor.
After Steve Rogers is drained of the Super Soldier Serum, Sam Wilson takes to the skies as Marvel Comics' "All-New Captain America."
Nick Spencer tells CBR about the new "Ant-Man" series which finds Scott Lang making the most of a new opportunity offered by the Superior Iron Man.
A bold new era begins for Marvel Comics' "Thor" as Jason Aaron and Russell Dauterman introduce a new, female wielder of Mjolnir.
CBR spoke with Ales Kot & Marco Rudy about "Bucky Barnes: The Winter Soldier," which finds the title character operating on an intergalactic scale.
"Superior Iron Man" artist Yildiray Cinar tells CBR what it's like bringing to life an egomaniacal Tony Stark and his new silver battle suit.
Marvel EIC Axel Alonso spoke with CBR TV in San Diego to explain why Avengers NOW! is writer-driven, the plan for "Star Wars" and much more!
In November, Tony Stark becomes the "Superior Iron Man," and CBR has an exclusive preview of Yildiray Cinar's art from the debut issue!
Marvel has announced a female Thor, a black Captain America and a "Superior" Iron Man, and Axel Alonso talks in detail about the Avengers NOW! changes.
Writer Tom Taylor discloses several details about "Superior Iron Man" and Tony Stark's increased ambition and ego.
Two years after "Marvel NOW," the publisher's latest initiative includes "Superior Iron Man," "All-New Captain America" and the female "Thor."