PREVIEWS: "Civil War II," "Punisher" & More Marvel Comics on Sale June 1, 2016
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Tim looks back at work by Derek Ballard, Ulises Farinas, Paul Pope, Chris Roberson, Grant Morrison, Charles Forsman as he counts down the BEST COMICS OF 2013.
This week, "Elephantmen" gets spiritual (and a little violent), "Fury MAX" plants its roots, The Shadow is unwrapped, "Uncanny X-Force" gets dreamy, and the X-Men takes their last stand … against boys.
Writer Garth Ennis made his first CBR TV appearance at New York Comic Con to tease a return to "The Punisher," talk about the "Crossed" webisodes he's directing and ending "The Boys."
This week, Marvel Editor-in-Chief Axel Alonso puts the latest wave of Marvel NOW! teasers in context, sharing title they'll be taking over for and new art from "Avengers," "Captain Marvel" and "FuryMAX."
This week Hazmat blows her top, Matt and Foggy go their separate ways, Nick Fury takes aim, the Beasts of Burden cast a creepy shadow, and Clint Barton shoots an arrow into the air (it falls to earth he knows not where).
This week, Ali Baba relaxes, Nick Fury … doesn't, Polaris, Siryn and Wolfsbane hit the road, Nite Owl holds the key, and Jonathan Hickman gives us a hand. Or at least part of a finger.
In this week's installment of Cover of the Week, dancing turns deadly, 1950s Indo-China turns sexy, ghosts get gross, close encounters get furry and the Shadow knows twice as much.
Marvel E-i-C Axel Alonso discusses how "Avengers" stars like Agent Coulson and one more player are making their mark on the Marvel U and Garth Ennis and Alan Davis' plans for "FuryMAX" and "ClanDestine." Plus exclusive art!
This week brings a grim fairy tale, a journey into Nick Fury's past, a visit with an adorable ghost, a flood of purple flowers and an up-close introduction to Matt Murdock's date. Plus, April's Cover of the Month!
CBR stops by Marvel's Manhattan offices to rap with Editor-in-Chief Axel Alonso about summits, new talent like Brian Wood and long simmering comics like "DD: End of Days" and Garth Ennis' "Fury."