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Comic book writers often use their characters to comment on the work of their peers, and CSBG's archive of these "meta-messages" includes when Dan Slott and Fabian Nicieza poked fun at Speedball during "Civil War."
Brian Michael Bendis recently finished a record-breaking 8-year run on Marvel's Avengers family of titles and CBR News got a chance to speak with him about that run. Today we present part one of our two part interview.
CBR spoke with Zen Studios and Marvel games about the latest result of their collaboration -- a new Marvel Pinball table based on Mark Millar's "Civil War."
During New York Comic Con writers and editors including Peter David, Axel Alonso, Stuart Moore, Alisa Kwitney and Marie Javins assembled to discuss Marvel’s line of prose novels based on popular storylines from the comic books.
In an exclusive excerpt, writer Stuart Moore offers up a new prose take on the best-selling "Civil War" comic as first-time Avenger Spider-Man sees the devastation in Stamford, CT and weighs life as a single superhero.
Marvel Comics heads to the world of prose fiction in 2012 with a new line of novels retelling its most popular storylines, launching with Mark Millar's "Civil War" as adapted by "Wolverine" writer Stuart Moore.
CBR's reporters look back at the events of 2003 through 2006 as they continue their journey through the rapidly closing decade and find that a lot of astonishing comics came out in the course of those four years...
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale next Wednesday including "Civil War: House of M" #2, "Marvel Apes" #3, "Punisher War Journal" #24, "Venom: Dark Origin" #3 and more.
CBR's series of interviews with comics' top editors continues today with Tom Brevoort, Executive Editor at Marvel and responsible for such books as "Secret Invasion," "Civil War," "Captain America" and much more.
Paul does a podcast from the freeway and Torak the Slayer takes a very important phone call.
In which Paul and Joe Quesada talk up "Civil War" on National Public Radio.