The Biggest Superhero Films That Didn't Happen, Part 2
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The reunion between the estranged couple plays out in an unexpected manner in today's "Uncanny Avengers" issue.
Gerry Duggan and Carlos Pacheco send the team on a search for the Red Skull -- but what does Gambit have to do with their hunt?
Writer Gerry Duggan spoke with CBR about upsetting the "Uncanny Avengers" status quo and what's next for Cable and his comrades moving into 2016.
Marc Guggenheim and Carlos Pacheco's "Squadron Sinister" #2 "feels like a freestanding, brand new adventure filled with fresh developments."
"The strong characterization makes a case for Marc Guggenheim and Carlos Pacheco's 'Squadron Sinister' to stick around."
Marc Guggenheim and Carlos Pacheco pit the evil Justice League-esque team against some of Marvel's more obscure heroes in a new look at the "Secret Wars" series.
Hyperion and his villainous team take Battleworld by storm in "Arrow" EP Marc Guggenheim and Carlos Pacheco's "Squadron Sinister" #1.
"Arrow" EP Marc Guggenheim discusses his latest Battleworld domain, one dominated by a ruthless, power hungry gang of supervillains.
Writer Marc Guggenheim and artist Carlos Pacheco bring Hyperion, Nighthawk, Whizzer, Doctor Spectrum and Warrior Woman to "Squadron Sinister."
The opening issue of Mark Waid and Carlos Pacheco's new series is "fun and memorable," even if it's a little too Agent Coulson-centric,
Mark Waid & Carlos Pacheco bring Coulson and his team into Marvel Comics conflicts and team them up with superheroes in a brand new ongoing series.
Marvel's "SHIELD" #1 isn't scheduled to arrive until New Year's Eve, but here's a CBR exclusive look at artist Carlos Pacheco's pencils.
Rick Remender, Carlos Pacheco & Stuart Immonen unveil a brand new Cap and conclude the saga that began in Dimension Z in Marvel's "Captain America" #25.
Rick Remender, Carlos Pacheco & Paul Renaud continue the "March to AXIS" in "Captain America" #24 as Falcon soars to heroic new heights.
Mark Waid talks writing a "full-on, in-continuity Marvel Universe version" of Agent Phil Coulson and crew in the newly announced "S.H.I.E.L.D." ongoing series.
Rick Remender takes us deep into Sam Wilson's new role as Captain America, with details about the former Falcon's part in "AXIS" and his new series.
Rick Remender & Carlos Pacheco's "Captain America" #22 is "another winner filled with action and suspense" as the Marvel U heads into "AXIS."
Rick Remender & Carlos Pacheco bring the story that began in Dimension Z to a close in "Captain America" #22, the start of "The Tomorrow Soldier."
Rick Remender examines the fallout from Cap's battle with the Iron Nail and teases "The Tomorrow Soldier," a new arc featuring Arnim Zola & Red Skull.
Red Skull & Arnim Zola join forces in Marvel's "Captain America" #22 by Rick Remender & Carlos Pacheco, the first chapter of "The Tomorrow Soldier."
"Captain America" writer Rick Remender tells CBR about the Cold War's impact on the series’ current crop of villains and how his "Winter Soldier" mini fits in.
Check out a preview of "Captain America" #15 as Rick Remender & Carlos Pacheco conclude the "Loose Nuke" arc January 22.
Captain America and the Falcon must battle for their lives as "Loose Nuke" continues in "Captain America" #14 by Rick Remender and Carlos Pacheco.
Cap has the chance to take down Nuke once and for all in "Captain America" #14, the latest chapter of "Loose Nuke," on sale 12/11!
Rick Remender and Carlos Pacheco throw the explosive Nuke into the mix in "Captain America" #12! Marvel has released a preview of the issue, which explodes into stores October 9.
With the 10-part "Dimension Z" arc now concluded, "Captain America" writer Rick Remender talks in-depth about what's next for the reeling title character. Plus, exclusive art!
"Captain Marvel" skips November, but series writer Kelly Sue DeConnick says exciting news is coming. That same month, the Dennis Hopeless-written "Avengers Arena" reaches the end of its first season.
CBR spoke with Executive Editor Tom Brevoort about the fallout from "Age of Ultron" #10, which brings Marvel's latest event to a time twisting close and changes the Marvel and Ultimate Universes in major ways.
Jim Johnson gives "Age of Ultron" #10 4.5 stars, saying Brian Michael Bendis has made the concluding issue of the mega-Marvel event "plain and simple fun that evokes a kind of child-like wonderment."
Artist Carlos Pacheco joins writer Rick Remender for "Captain America's" second Marvel NOW! arc in September, sending Cap on a "Bourne Identity"-style hunt for the rogue super soldier known as Nuke.
It's the penultimate chapter of Marvel's "Age of Ultron" as Brian Bendis, Carlos Pacheco and Brandon Peterson set the stage for the big, Angela guest-starring finale and CBR has an exclusive preview of the June 5 issue.
CBR News spoke with Editor Tom Brevoort about "Age of Ultron's" recent developments and the coming conclusion, as well as what readers can expect from Marvel's "Infinity" event starting in August.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR presents exclusive previews of "Age of Ultron" #7 by Bendis, Peterson and Pacheco as well as "Hawkeye" #10 by Matt Fraction and guest-artist Francesco Francavilla! Both issues hit May 1.
Doug Zawisza gives "Age of Ultron" #6 4 stars saying the issue by Brian Michael Bendis, Brandon Peterson and Carlos Pacheco "delivers a couple gasp-worthy moments and everything changes."
This week, Brett White finally writes a column explaining that every character, even the much-maligned, one-time X-Man Maggott, has potential.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR presents exclusive previews for "Age of Ultron" #6 by Brian Michael Bendis, Brandon Peterson and Carlos Pacheco and Rick Remender and John Romita Jr.'s "Captain America" #6!
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.
Marvel has released an early look at Brian Michael Bendis' "Age of Ultron" #6. Artists Brandon Peterson and Carlos Pacheco join the battle for the fate of the Marvel U on April 17.