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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.
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"
Marvel has released a preview of "Steve Rogers: Super Soldier" #1 by Ed Brubaker and Dale Eaglesham, featuring covers by Carlos Pacheco and David Finch. The issue hits stores July 8.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR presents an exclusive First Look at Dale Eaglesham's issue-opening splash page from "Fantastic Four" #577, depicting the Inhumans in their one-time home in the Blue Area of the moon.
Marvel Comics has just released a new teaser image featuring the Fantastic Four and hints of the various threats and events they'll face in 2010 which is shaping up to be a busy year for the company's First Family.
The Fantastic Four are some of Marvel's most popular characters due to their adventures and family dynamic. CBR News spoke with Hickman about his plans to ensure that both elements are part of his run on the title. Updated with exclusive art!
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR presents this exclusive look at a Dale Eaglesham penciled 2-page spread featuring the Counsel of Reed Richards battling for their lives against an angry army of Celestials!
Fan favorite artist Dale Eaglesham’s final issue of “Justice Society of America” arrives in comic book stores this week and CBR News checked in with him for some parting thoughts and a special dedication.
When Millar and Hitch's run on Fantastic Four comes to an end, waiting in the wings to take the FF on their next fantastic voyage is the new team of writer Jonathan Hickman and artist Dale Eaglesham.
In 2009, newly exclusive Marvel artist Dale Eaglesham will show off his signature style on two of Marvel Comics' most popular properties, Spider-Man and “Fantastic Four.” We spoke with Eaglesham about his future at Marvel.
Award-winning illustrator Dale Eaglesham loves drawing Alex Ross's Kingdom Come Superman in "Justice Society of America" and can't wait to get his hands dirty with Black Adam. We spoke with the artist at Fan Expo.