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It's no secret Hyperion's team of inter-dimensional castaways took out Atlantis' ruler in their first issue, but that wasn't their only major move.
Axel Alonso talks the behind-the-scenes origins of "Civil War II," and shares new insight on "Avengers: Standoff" and "Apocalypse Wars."
Witchcraft is broken, and only Wanda can fix it as James Robinson & Vanesa Del Rey send the Scarlet Witch on a global mission across the Marvel U.
Robinson discusses his new Marvel series that walks the line between hero & villain and begins with the team targeting Namor for assassination.
"Squadron Supreme" #1 isn't released until next month, but Marvel has already revealed a huge plot development from the issue. SPOILERS!
James Robinson and Leonard Kirk set Earth's newest defenders against Marvel's first mutant.
James Robinson and Vanesa Del Rey send the Scarlet Witch on her new mission -- repairing the Marvel Universe's broken magical forces.
"Avengers" #0 "gives readers more than enough to make informed opinions on the upcoming half-dozen related titles."
The droid specializing in human/cyborg relations will star in a one-shot from the "Starman" team of writer James Robinson and artist Tony Harris.
Writer James Robinson and various artists will update the character with her own villains and supporting cast in "Scarlet Witch."
Writer James Robinson has issued an apology regarding the depiction of trans characters in "Airboy" #2.
As the controversy over the treatment of the transgender community in "Airboy" rises, Robinson took to Twitter to acknowledge the complaints.
"Fantastic Four" creative team James Robinson and Leonard Kirk will team-up once again for this powerful post-"Secret Wars" team book.
Zombies and Ultrons engage in endless war in Battleworld's most terrifying domain in the new "Secret Wars" series by James Robinson & Steve Pugh.
Cold machines wage an endless war against rotting zombies on Battleworld in Marvel's newest "Secret Wars" series by James Robinson and Steve Pugh.
James Robinson and Greg Hinkle's "Airboy" #1 is "a unique book... with a decadently enjoyable confessional narrative and stunning cartooning."
James Robinson & Leonard Kirk's "Fantastic Four" #645 "provides a wonderfully organic, most satisfying conclusion for the adventures of Marvel's First Family."
The creators behind the "Warzones" umbrella of titles reveal their battle plans for this summer's mega-event.
Get a closer look at the series focusing on the war-torn patchwork planet at the heart of "Secret Wars" with some of the mega event's creators.
It's the end of the line for the FF as James Robinson & Leonard Kirk pit the team against the Quiet Man and "Fantastic Four" comes to an end.
A quartet of highly lauded crime writers sat down to share secrets and insights into the world in the shadows and how it relates to their work and lives.
James Robinson, Neal Adams, Len Wein and others discussed the role of the antihero in comics, from Wolverine to Green Arrow and beyond.
Writer James Robinson talks about the difficult task of examining his life for the intensely personal "Airboy" at WonderCon 2015.
In an oversized final issue, James Robinson and Leonard Kirk prepare a sendoff for Marvel's first family with help from with Louise Simonson, David Marquez and more.
A Golden Age reboot sends writer James Robinson and artist Greg Hinkle to the bottle as the titular hero shows up to stop them in "Airboy" #1.
In this new "Secret Wars" series, Tony and Arno Stark attempt to solve the murder of another armored hero.
"James Robinson and Leonard Kirk continue to weave one of the most well-planned and masterfully executed Fantastic Four stories in recent memory with 'Fantastic Four' #643."
First teased in October, Marvel has officially announced "Age of Ultron vs. Marvel Zombies" from writer James Robinson and artist Steve Pugh.
For James Robinson, Leonard Kirk and Karl Kesel's "Fantastic Four" #642, "more is definitely better as the team makes its grand return."
CSBG's Greg Burgas breaks down why you really ought to own James Robinson's classic run on DC Comics' "Starman" series.
A panel of writers discuss the ins and outs of creator-owned comics without limits including James Robinson, Alex de Campi and Brian K. Vaughan.
The 2015 comic book season kicked off with Image Comics Publisher Eric Stephenson's keynote address and tons of newly announced series.
Highlights from Marvel's March 2015 solicitations include "Fantastic Four" drawing closer towards its finale, and a new character in "Darth Vader."
The opening chapter of James Robinson and Leonard Kirk's final FF tale arrives in January.
James Robinson discusses his "All New Invaders" book, his love for the golden age, the end of "Fantastic Four," and a new perspective in sobriety
"Fantastic Four" may be ending in 2015, but it's not gone yet, and here's a first look inside James Robinson & Leonard Kirk's issue #13.
James Robinson and Leonard Kirk's "Fantastic Four" #11 "pays dividends on seeds planted early on" from the very beginning of the series.
At Image's "I is for Impact” panel, fan-favorite creators discussed what inspires them, from D&D and Jason Statham to "immense Canadian guilt."
With Marvel confirming the impending conclusion of "Fantastic Four," series writer James Robinson assures CBR, 'I'm not going to leave this book on a bad note.'
The final day of NYCC saw Marvel editor-in-chief Axel Alonso hosting his "Axel-In-Charge" panel, with word on "Fantastic Four's" fate and more.