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The new Spider-Man ARTFX+ line from Kotobukiya will feature at least seven statues, including Spider-Man 2099, Agent Venom and Miles Morales.
Spider-Man group editor Nick Lowe concludes his overview of all things Spidey and brings along exclusive artwork.
CBR's regular feature with Marvel's Spider-creators is back with Senior Editor Nick Lowe for a line-wide look at all things webbed and amazing.
The House of Ideas is resurrecting Timely Comics for a series of one-shots, reprinting the first issues of several All-New All-Different series.
Gerry Conway explains to CBR his character's supernatural transformation via an ancient evil tome and what means for the Marvel U at large.
Marvel's VP of Animation Development tells CBR about new alliances, a "Maximum Carnage"-inspired story, and the ongoing Sinister Six threat.
CSBG has an archive of notable dropped comic book plots, like how Carnage had his legs replaced with robotic legs... until they weren't anymore
CSBG's latest spotlight on outlandish ways super-villains survive seeming death explore's how Carnage survived being torn in two in outer space.
CSBG sifts through the piles of dropped comic book plots to examine whether Marvel's symbiotes Carnage and Venom are still related.
CSBG's latest spotlight on writers ignoring older plots looks at how Black Cat forgot all about "Maximum Carnage" during "Venom vs Carnage."
Back from Marvel's latest retreat, Axel Alonso talks Rob Liefeld returning to "Deadpool" and the importance of the "The Ultimates" in a post-Ultimate world.
Gerry Conway gives CBR the inside info on his and Mike Perkins's plans for Spider-Man's serial killing, super-powered foe.
Gerry Conway returns to the Spider-Man world to team with Mike Perkins on "Carnage," and here's a four-page preview of November's first issue.
Carnage might have caused "Maximum Carnage," but Batman caused maximum damage on the Spider-Man villain in CSBG's latest "bad" fight spotlight.
Rick Spears and German Peralta explore Kletus Kassaday's heroic inversion in "AXIS: Carnage #3, on sale Dec. 10 from Marvel Comics.
Nick Lowe breaks down the big announcements from NYCC 2014, discusses the Spider-Line's growing diversity and more.
Sideshow Collectibles unveils a Batgirl statue, Deadpool goes Pop at Funko, and one big "Game of Thrones" figure debuts from Threezero.
Rick Spears and German Peralta present a different side of Spidey's most psychotic foe when NYC finds a new protector in "AXIS: Carnage" #1!
"AXIS: Carnage" writer Rick Spears discusses unleashing the morally "inverted" symbiote-enhanced serial killer on new prey: the criminals of NYC.
With Carnage rumored to appear in the "Amazing Spider-Man" spin-off, SPINOFF ONLINE looks at some other characters that could suit up with a symbiote.
Marvel Comics turns up the crazy quotient to 11 in "Deadpool Vs. Carnage" #1 by Cullen Bunn and Salvador Espin, on sale March 5!
Cullen Bunn discusses "Deadpool Vs. Carnage," which pits the symbiote-enhanced serial killer against the Marvel's possibly just as crazy Merc.
The team behind "Deadpool Kills Deadpool," Cullen Bunn and Salva Espin, pit the Merc with a Mouth against the serial killing Carnage in April.
Cullen Bunn discusses Cletus Kasady's attempt to rejoin with his murderous symbiote and once again become a chaotic serial killer.
Was Marvel really planning on killing Venom in "Amazing Spider-Man" #400? Was there nearly a Mr. Monster/Swamp Thing crossover? And what does Marvel Comics have to do with Beatlemania...the movie?
Marvel Comics has released several new variant covers as "Guardians of the Galaxy" goes retro, "Superior Foes of Spider-Man" gets the drop on Spidey and "Superior Carnage" is sufficiently creepy.
Writer Kevin Shinick discusses "Superior Carnage" which chronicles the villainous Wizard's attempts to turn the titular maniac into an even more effective force for evil.
Writer Kevin Shinick returns to Marvel's Spider-Man family of titles in July when he and artist Stephen Segovia launch the five-issue miniseries "Superior Carnage."
Venom's homicidally-insane offspring Carnage makes his "Ultimate Spider-Man" debut in this weekend's new episode on Disney XD.
Dan Slott, Stephen Wacker, Axel Alonso and more gather at Fan Expo Canada to discuss the wall crawler, Alpha, Stan Lee's role in issue #700 and a new Morbius ongoing.
Marvel has released a sparse teaser image for the upcoming Spider-Man event "Minimum Carnage" with more information to come at Comic-Con International 2012.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of Zeb Wells and Clayton Crain's "Carnage U.S.A." #1. The issue, featuring a variant cover by Humberto Ramos, hits stores December 14.
Marvel Comics has released an early look inside "Carnage U.S.A." #1 – Zeb Wells and Clayton Crain's latest mini exploring the psychopathic Spider-Man villain with a variant from Humberto Ramos.
Tom Brevoort is back on CBR to discuss the art of the pitch and how Marvel makes a choice on new series from "Avenging Spider-Man" to the exclusive word of Andy Diggle's new "Six Guns."
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale next Wednesday including "Carnage" #5, "Deadpool" #39, "Mystery Men" #2, "New Mutants" #26, "Wolverine" #11 and many more.
Marvel has announced "Carnage USA," a new series starring the most maniacal Spider-Man villain of all time by the team of Zeb Wells and Clayton Crain. Carnage wreaks havoc across the Marvel Universe in December!
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale next Wednesday including "Amazing Spider-Man" #658, "Punishermax" #12, "Ultimate Comics Spider-Man" #157 and many more.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale next Wednesday including "New Avengers" #9, "Onslaught Unleashed" #1, "Ultimate Comics Captain America" #2 and many more.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale next Wednesday including "Carnage" #2, "Hulk" #28, "New Mutants" #20, "Ultimate Comics Thor" #3, "What If?" #200 and more.