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Dennis Hopeless and Javier Rodriguez pull "Spider-Woman" #1 "together in a fun, matter-of-fact manner" with "gorgeous art."
Dennis Hopeless and Javier Rodriguez pit Jessica Drew and her unborn child against new dangers in "Spider-Woman" #1.
With a lead story by Dan Slott & Giuseppe Camuncoli, and a number of back-ups, "Amazing Spider-Man" #1 will "satisfy practically every Spider-fan."
After reading the last issue of Mark Waid and Chris Samnee's "Daredevil," Brett White looks back on all the feelings this run gave him.
Dennis Hopeless tells CBR about the "All-New, All-Different" "Spider-Woman" which finds the hero still fighting crime, but also expecting a baby.
Jessica Drew's street level status is threatened when the Marvel Universe ends and CBR spoke with Dennis Hopeless about the book's "Last Days" arc.
Dennis Hopeless and Javier Rodriguez's "Spider-Woman" #8 is "a beautiful work of fiction that fans won't want to miss."
Cindy Moon tries to survive as "the sky literally falls," while Spider-Woman and her "ragtag crew of Ben Urich and The Porcupine" hit The Alamo.
Dennis Hopeless and Javier Rodriguez's "Spider-Woman" #5 "has found its voice very quickly."
Before Jessica Drew dons a new costume and targets Manhattan street crime, we spoke with Dennis Hopeless about the book's new direction.
Get a good look at Jessica Drew's new costume in an exclusive preview for Dennis Hopeless & Javier Rodriguez's "Spider-Woman" #5, out in March.
Jessica Drew's new look appears in the "Spider-Man Unlimited" mobile game before it makes its way to the comics in March.
Roderick Kingsley is back in the suit for an all-new "Hobgoblin" adventure that ties into "AXIS" from Kevin Shinick, Javier Rodriguez & Marvel.
Kevin Shinick and Javier Rodriguez document the effect of the Marvel U's inversion on Spider-Man's foe in this preview for "AXIS: Hobgoblin" #1.
Kevin Shinick explains how Hobgoblin applies his business acumen to the world of superheroics when the alignment inversions of "AXIS" hit the Marvel U.
"Original Sin" crashes into our exclusive Marvel previews for July 23 - Slott & Ramos' "Amazing Spider-Man" #4 and Waid & Rodriguez's "Daredevil" #6!
Rick Spears & German Peralta take on "AXIS: Carnage" while Kevin Shinick & Javier Rodriguez cover "AXIS: Hobgoblin" for the upcoming Marvel Comics event.
Mark Waid and Javier Rodriguez reveal Matt Murdock's mother's original sin in July, but you can get a sneak peek at it now.
"Daredevil" writer Mark Waid discusses the series "Original Sin" tie-in arc, which finds Matt Murdock discovering some shocking information about his mother.
"Daredevil" #1.50 "one incredible birthday present" for Matt Murdock's 50th Birthday by Mark Waid, Javier Rodriguez, Brian Bendis, Karl Kesel, Alex Maleev & more.
Check out the first pages from "Daredevil" #1.5, the celebratory issue by Mark Waid, Brian Bendis, Karl Kesel, Javier Rodriguez & Alex Maleev on stands April 9.
Mark Waid & editor Ellie Pyle spoke to CBR about "Daredevil" #1.50, which celebrates the Man Without Fear's 50th anniversary by looking to his future.
A "What If? Age of Ultron" miniseries and a special "Daredevil" flash-forward issue are in the cards for Marvel's April releases.
After briefly checking in with last year's inductees, writer Brett White inducts five more artists into his Colorist Hall of Fame.
CBR News spoke with writer Christos Gage about November's "Superior Spider-Man Annual" which examines the bonds between Otto Octavius and Aunt May and pits Spidey against the villainous Blackout.
This week, Hank Pym comes out of his shell, Foggy Nelson hits the Bullseye, Pizza Dog makes tracks, things get steamy at Morning Glory Academy, and the World's Finest strike a pose.
Daredevil's hands will be full as he battles a mysterious foe with a with a vendetta and helps his best friend Foggy Nelson try to beat cancer. CBR spoke with writer Mark Waid about his struggles.
This week, Peter Parker and Aunt May talk over pancakes, Black Manta goes head to head with Aquaman, Black Benny bangs the drums, Apocalypse goes all "Smallville," and someone's ringing for the butler in the crypt.