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Marvel Comics has released an advance look at "Steve Rogers: Super Soldier" #3 from writer Ed Brubaker featuring art by Dale Eaglesham and a cover by Carlos Pacheco, on sale September 15.
Robert Rodriguez still contemplating "Deadpool." Maggie Gyllenhaal talks "Green Lantern?" "Miss: Better Living Through Crime" to be a motion picture. Also, new "First Class" members and more.
Jackman readies himself for "Wolverine" sequel. Tomar-Re of the "Green Lantern" Corps is ready for his close-up. "Hellboy" director talks a possible third film. Also, "The Avengers" in 3D and more.
CBR reviewer Chad Nevett gave Marvel's "Steve Rogers: Super Soldier" #2 a 4 star review, saying that Ed Brubaker and Dale Eaglesham's miniseries is "a must read for anyone that’s a fan of the character."
Brandon Routh may test for "Superman," but Nolan brother may not direct. "Captain America" wants you to cut your hair and be extra in the film. Our final "Scott Pilgrim" update and more.
It's the Saturday Photo Parade from this summer's Comic-Con International in San Diego, featuring Joss and Jed Whedon, Felicia Day, Catwoman, Tony Stark, Kenneth Branagh, Captain America and plenty more!
Marvel Comics has released an advance look at "Invaders Now!" #1 by Alex Ross, Christo Gage and Caio Reiss. With first issue covers by Ross, Adi Granov and Sal Buscema, the series debuts September 9.
"The Avengers" assemble for filming in February. The ladies of "Scott Pilgrim" speak out. "Black Hole" loses David Fincher to a "Tattoo". Also,"Spider-Man" musical back on track and more.
This September, co-writers Alex Ross and Christos Gage and artist Caio Reiss kick off "Invaders Now!" which finds the titular WWII team reassembling to combat a present day threat. We spoke with Gage about the project.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Steve Rogers: Super Soldier" #2 by Ed Brubaker and Dale Eaglesham with a Carlos Pacheco cover. The issue hits stores Wednesday, August 11.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR presents an advance look at new comics on sale next Wednesday, August 4, including "Captain America" #608, "Deadpool" #1000, "S.H.I.E.L.D." #3, "Young Allies" #3 and more.
"Thor" footage explodes onto the web! "Cowboys" director discusses tone. "Crosshair" to be a motion picture. Also, Chris Evans talks "Captain America," the "Blue Beetle" test film and more.
Marvel Comics has provided CBR with covers and solicit information for product shipping October 2010, including the latest from "Tron," "X-Men," "Deadpool," "Shadowland," "Superior" and much more.
The face of Sinestro revealed on poster! Hugo Weaving talks Red Skull and his Hydra connections. "Joe the Barbarian" to be a motion picture. Also, Nick Cave takes on "The Crow" and more.
Live from Hall H at Comic-Con International: San Diego, CBR News covered the Marvel Film Panel. Guests and surprises came as the assembled crew discussed "Captain America", "Thor" and "The Avengers.
While much of the Marvel staff hits Comic-Con International, Tom Brevoort pulls double duty in Marvel T&A with word on format experimentation, the future of Bucky Cap and more.
In "Captain America: Man Out of Time," Mark Waid expands and updates the story of Cap's reawakening so that it now occurs in modern times. We spoke with Waid about the project. which kicks off in November.
"Batman" to go all IMAX? "Thor" takes a swing with Mjolnir? Simon Pegg to play "The Boys'" own Wee Hughie? Also, Edgar Wright discussed adapting "Scott Pilgrim," Marvel posters and more.
Marvel Comics has released a look at the promotional posters for "Thor" and "Captain America: The First Avenger" that the publisher will be giving away this week at Comic-Con International.
Tom Brevoort and Axel Alonso return to CBR with a look inside Marvel's latest debated covers for variants program as well as news of returning characters to "Secret Avengers" and Greg Rucka's Marvel comeback.
In the next arc for the Bucky Barnes-led era of "Captain America," the former Winter Soldier is forced to answer for his crimes under his Soviet masters, and Ed Brubaker gives CBR an early look inside the story.
As part of a new ongoing series from Marvel, Steve Rogers' earliest exploits will be uncovered as "Atomic Robo" writer Brian Clevinger guides a young Cap across the many battlefields and supervillains of WWII.
In January 2011, Jonathan Maberry and a team of artists kick off the five issue "Captain America: Hail HYDRA," a generations-spanning saga which pits the original Sentinel of Liberty with the terrorist organization.
The 1970s cosmic epic gets brought back to earth with a time displacement twist in "Captain America & The Korvac Saga" and writer Ben McCool tells CBR how he made the tale work now.
James Hunt gave "Steve Rogers: Super Soldier" #1 a 4-star review, saying that Ed Brubaker and Dale Eaglesham's new title is "an enjoyable, fast-paced read and one that seems to embody the spirit of the Heroic Age"
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR presents an advance look at new comics on sale next Wednesday, July 14, including "Astonishing Spider-Man & Wolverine" #2, "Daredevil" #508, "X-Force: Sex and Violence" #1 and more.
Marvel Comics has released and advance preview for "Avengers Prime" #2, by writer Brian Michael Bendis and artists Alan Davis and Mark Farmer. The issue hits stores on Wednesday, August 4.
Nic Cage ready to set his head on fire again! Will "Superman" extend his hand to director Chris Columbus? "Men In Black 3" villain described. Also, a "Kick-Ass" Cyclops and more.
James Hunt gave "Captain America" #607 4 stars, saying that Ed Brubaker, Mitch Breitweiser and Butch Guice's story "does a good service to [Baron] Zemo, a character who deserves a strong reintroduction."
Dominic Cooper confirmed for "Captain America." Edgar Wright talks "Antman." A teenage Xavier needed for "First Class." Also, a "Green Lantern" set photo, Caesar cast for "Apes" and more.
Actor Dominic Cooper has been cast in the role of Howard Stark, Tony Stark's father, in Marvel Studios' production of "Captain America: The First Avenger," scheduled for theatrical release on July 22, 2011.
Tommy Lee Jones for "Captain America," Alice Eve reports to "First Class," Stephen Lang talks his "Conan" role. Also, "Green Lantern" Comic-Con plans, Zack Snyder on "Xerxes" and more.
Marvel Studios has announced that Academy Award winner Tommy Lee Jones has joined the cast of "Captain America: The First Avenger," taking on the role of US Army Colonel Chester Phillips.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR presents an advance look at new comics on sale next Wednesday, June 30, including "Captain America" #607, "Death of Dracula" #1, "New Avengers: Luke Cage" #3, "Thor" #611 and more.
Roger Stern kicks off August's "Captain America: Forever Allies," a four issue miniseries which unfolds in the past and the present, focusing on Bucky Barnes and his WWII era teammates, the original Young Allies.
News of Humanoids canceling two series due to low sales and promising smaller sized collections pushes Augie to point to more things wrong with the Direct Market today and how Humanoids might help to fix them.
Robert Rodriguez pals up with "Deadpool"? "Hex" comic writers visit the set of the film. Megan Fox says "Fathom" will happen with or without her. Also, "First Class" casting rumors and more.
CBR's Chad Nevett liked this week's "Captain America" #606, giving the issue 4 stars, saying "the addition of Butch Guice to the art gives it a fresh feeling...while Ed Brubaker’s character work is, as always, stellar."
Rosamund Pike a "First Class" White Queen? "Green Lantern" invades the Licensing Expo. "Scott Pilgrim" and his second TV spot. Also, a new Mary Jane for "Spider-Man" musical and more.