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Rick Remender teams with Jim Cheung, Terry Dodson & Leinil Yu for the world-shattering conclusion to Marvel's "Avengers & X-Men: AXIS" event.
Jonathan Hickman & Tom Brevoort discuss "Time Runs Out," the current "Avengers" storyline that jumps ahead eight months to a very different Marvel U.
Jonathan Hickman and a cavalcade of artists take readers and characters on a long journey into the unknown in "Avengers" #35.
Check out a first look at the oversized "Avengers" #35 by Jonathan Hickman, Jim Cheung, Dustin Weaver, Nick Bradshaw & Paco Medina, in stores 9/17.
Rick Remender & Tom Brevoort are on hand to discuss "Inversion," the second act of Marvel's "AXIS" event this fall, which changes up key character traits of the Marvel U.
"AXIS" scribe Rick Remender and Marvel Executive Editor Tom Brevoort discuss the upcoming Marvel event that brings Avengers & X-Men together to combat the Red Skull.
Rick Remender reveals specific details about his "Axis" event, kicking off in October and starring some of the biggest villains of the Marvel U.
Jonathan Hickman's "Avengers" titles will jump eight months into the future this September and CBR spoke to editor Tom Brevoort about "Time Runs Out."
Jonathan Hickman's "Avengers" #35 & "New Avengers" #24 are headed for an eight month time jump for a double-sized beginning of the end game.
Marvel's "Axis" continues to take shape as the publisher releases a second teaser featuring some of the heroes involved in the upcoming event.
Following its leak online earlier this week, Diamond has released its "Previews" cover featuring Marvel's villains united for "Axis."
Mark Waid and Jim Cheung kick off "Original Sin" with a "wonderfully revealing" zero issue focusing on Sam Alexander and Uatu, the Watcher.
Marvel kicks off summer's "Original Sin" event with an Issue #0 prequel by Mark Waid & Jim Cheung that sends Nova into the Watcher's orbit.
Marvel has released a first look at Mark Waid and Jim Cheung's "Original Sin" #0, featuring Nova and Uatu, The Watcher. The issue hits April 23.
Jonathan Hickman & Tom Brevoort join CBR for commentary and insight into "Infinity" #6 and "New Avengers" #12, the final chapters of Marvel's "Infinity" event.
Jonathan Hickman & Jim Cheung's "Infinity" #6 closes the event in "a most satisfying manner, presenting a solid template for future events."
In a bonus INFINITE WAR REPORT, artist Jim Cheung talks about bookending Marvel's "Infinity" with issues #1 and #6 while sharing exclusive art!
CBR has exclusive previews of "Infinity" #6 and "New Avengers" #12, both written by Jonathan Hickman with art by Jim Cheung and Mike Deodato.
Executive Editor Tom Brevoort takes a thorough look at "Avengers" #23, the latest chapter in Marvel's "Infinity" event -- and ahead to the finale!
Thanos Vs. the Avengers for the fate of Earth. Jonathan Hickman and Jim Cheung conclude the Marvel epic in "Infinity" #6. It all ends November 20!
CBR kicks off its weekly coverage of Marvel's "Infinity" event with writer Jonathan Hickman & editor Tom Brevoort, who speak about yesterday's debut issue of "Infinity," plus exclusive art.
Doug Zawisza gives Jonathan Hickman and Jim Cheung's debut issue of "Infinity" 4.5 stars, saying Hickman "hones his work ... to a fine point and weaves everything -- I mean everything -- together."
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR presents an advance preview of Marvel's upcoming blockbuster crossover, "Infinity" #1 by Jonathan Hickman and Jim Cheung. Thanos returns and war begins Aug. 14!
The "Avengers" led, Thanos featuring Marvel Comics event goes under the spotlight as writer Jonathan Hickman and Editor Tom Brevoort explain "Infinity" from the Avengers mission to Thanos' role. UPDATED with new art.
Marvel Comics has released a first look at artist Jim Cheung's interior pages for "Infinity" #1 written by Jonathan Hickman, which features Black Bolt, Captain America and Thanos' Black Order.
CBR News spoke with Editor Tom Brevoort about "Age of Ultron's" recent developments and the coming conclusion, as well as what readers can expect from Marvel's "Infinity" event starting in August.
Marvel Comics has released Art Adams' variant cover for "Infinity" #1 by Jonathan Hickman and Jim Cheung, which features a handful of Hickman's Avengers floating in the vast expanse of space.
Marvel Comics has released Adam Kubert's main cover for "Infinity" #1, beginning the publisher's event series by Jonathan Hickman, Jim Cheung, Jerome Opena and Dustin Weaver. The series begins this summer
Following the release of Jonathan Hickman and Jim Cheung's "Infinity" FCBD issue, Marvel Senior Editor Tom Brevoort discusses the consequences of the issue and teases Thanos' five lieutenants for the event.
The latest in a series of high-profile advanced leaks, Marvel's "Infinity" Free Comic Book Day issue by Jonathan Hickman and Jim Cheung has surfaced online in full nearly three weeks prior to its May 4 release.
With Marvel's event cards fully turned over, Editor-in-Chief Axel Alonso explains Jonathan Hickman's "Infinity" from its origins as an "Avengers" story to a crucial role for The Inhumans.
Jonathan Hickman, Jim Cheung, Jerome Opeña and Dustin Weaver send the Avengers into deep-space in the August-debuting "Infinity," pitting Earth's Mightiest Heroes against a new threat while Thanos focuses on earth.
Marvel Comics has released the first teaser for its Free Comic Book Day offering - a Thanos-starring image illustrated by Jim Cheung for a story by Cheung and Jonathan Hickman.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR presents an advance look at "Avengers Vs. X-Men" #11 by Brian Michael Bendis and Olivier Coipel. The penultimate chapter of "AvX" goes on sale September 12.
Marvel has provided CBR with an exclusive preview of Ed Brubaker and John Romita Jr.'s "Avengers Vs X-Men" #3. Captain America and Wolverine square off as the threat of the Phoenix looms closer on May 2!
Marvel Comics has released an early preview of Jason Aaron and John Romita Jr.'s "Avengers Vs. X-Men" #2. The issue, with a cover by Jim Cheung, explodes into stores April 18!
Marvel's premiere gay couple, the Young Avengers known as Wiccan and Hulkling, kissed for the first time in last week's "Avengers: Children's Crusade," and Brett White can't stop pondering the wider implications.