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With "All-New X-Factor" #1 in stores this week, Peter David returns to X-Position to answer fan questions about the new series. Plus, exclusive art!
This January, Peter David's "All-New X-Factor" #2 takes the team deep within the walls of A.I.M. for their first mission!
A new scanned image shows the full line-up for Peter David's "All-New X-Factor" with three other members joining Polaris, Quicksilver & Gambit.
Marvel's teasers for its New York Comic Con 2013 panels continue with a "Corporate" series by "X-Factor" writer Peter David and artist Carmine Di Giandomenico.
CBR spoke with writers Al Ewing & Kieron Gillen about their upcoming Marvel Infinite comic "Iron Man: Fatal Frontier," which finds Tony Stark engaging in lunar warfare against the forces of Doctor Doom.
Marvel Editor-in-Chief Axel Alonso spends the week following up on his SXSW experience including an update on their free #1 promotion and talks about the struggles of classic creators to find work and more.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR presents exclusive previews for Greg Rucka's penultimate issue of "Punisher: War Zone" and Dan Slott and Ryan Stegman's "Superior Spider-Man" #2!
Doug Zawisza gives "Punisher War Zone" #1 by Greg Rucka and Carmine Di Giandomenico 5 stars, saying the inaugural issue "forever changes the footprint the Punisher leaves on the Marvel Universe."
"Fantastic Four" #600 kicked off writer Jonathan Hickman's biggest story yet. CBR spoke with Hickman about the issue and his plans for "FF" and "Fantastic Four" now that there are two titles.
Marvel Comics has released a second "Fantastic Four" #600 teaser, this time featuring an image of the Inhumans king, Black Bolt, and the quote, "So that's it? Accept... or else?"
Marvel Comics has released a Galactus-themed teaser for "Fantastic Four" #600 featuring an image of the devourer of worlds and the quote, "Very soon, your world is going to be broken."
Benjamin Bailey looks at "Iron Man" #500 by Matt Fraction, giving it a four star review, praising the four artists and saying the issue "shows what a great creative team can do when it’s given the room to stretch its legs."