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Marvel serves up an exclusive pair of new #1s with Kieron Gillen & Phil Jimenez' "Angela: Asgard's Assassin" & Jim Starlin's "Thanos vs. Hulk."
Writer/artist Jim Starlin discusses pitting the Mad Titan and a team of cosmic heroes against Annihilus in his new graphic novel, "Thanos: The Infinity Relativity."
The 2015 graphic novel will reunite Starlin with his popular creation in a follow-up to the "Thanos: The Infinity Revelation" OGN.
"Guardians of the Galaxy" ruled the summer box office, but the film is just a part of the long history of the Cosmic saga of the Marvel Universe.
Writer/artist Jim Starlin tells CBR about pitting "Thanos Vs. Hulk" in a new miniseries that also sets the stage for Starlin's next Marvel project.
Marvel has announced a new "Hulk Vs. Thanos" limited series by Jim Starlin, pitting the Green Goliath against the Mad Titan.
Keith Giffen & Dan DiDio welcome cosmic comics legend Jim Starlin to DC Comics' "Infinity Man and the Forever People" #3, on sale Aug. 20 from DC.
Jim Starlin's "Thanos: The Infinity Revelation" original graphic novel "is a terrific welcome home for one of comics' first fan-favorite creators."
Check out a lettered preview of Jim Starlin's "Thanos: The Infinity Revelation" -- Marvel's latest original graphic novel focusing on the Mad Titan.
The DC Comics co-publisher talks about writing "Infinity Man" with Keith GIffen, the book's upcoming guest artists and its "Futures End" tie-in.
Things get cosmic for the Avengers and the mad titan in this preview for Jim Starlin and Ron Lim's "Thanos Annual" #1
The 1980s Epic/First Comics series is under development by Benderspink and Illuminati Entertainment for the big screen.
Marvel has announced "Savage Hulk," a new series about the jade giant with debut arcs by Alan Davis and Jim Starlin hitting stores this June.
Jim Starlin's "Thanos Annual" is a prequel to his original graphic novel "The Infinity Revelation," exploring the Mad Titan's past, present and future.
CBR spoke with Jim Starlin about his return to Marvel and the character he created in the original graphic novel, "Thanos: The Infinity Revelation."
Marvel has made it official: Jim Starlin returns for "Thanos: The Infinity Revelation" an original graphic novel set for 2014 release.
Creator Jim Starlin took to Facebook to tease his next Marvel Comics project, a 100-page story starring the Mad Titan known as Thanos.
Ron shares his con diary from Cleveland Comic Con in a bonus column featuring a visit to the Superman house and time with Green Lantern collaborator Darryl Banks.
CSBG has a growing collection of famous comic book retcons, including the latest addition -- the time Jim Starlin explained away a decade's worth of Thanos appearances in one fell swoop!
Comic book writers often use characters to comment on the work of their peers, and CSBG's collection of these "meta-messages" includes Jim Starlin's satire of Stan Lee & John Romita as clowns in "Warlock."
Looking back at the earliest days of his career, Ron revisits his time on "Silver Surfer" and laments the troubled history of "Dangerous Artifacts," a little-seen Surfer project with Claudio Castellini.
With his first issue of "Stormwatch" hitting fans' hands this week, Jim Starlin discusses rebuilding the sci-fi/superhero series with '80s DC character The Weird and old-school designs for Midnighter and Apollo.
With his takeover of DC Comics' secret superhero team, Jim Starlin is looking to shake things up as his "WTF" cover reveals The Weird's New 52 debut as classic Authority-era members reappear in "Stoormwatch."
Thanos creator Jim Starlin has seemingly confirmed that the Mad Titan, who was revealed during the credits sequence of Marvel's "The Avengers," will play a role in "Guardians of the Galaxy" and "The Avengers 2."
Marvel Comics' most recent Marvel Mailer retailer update lists the upcoming "Thanos: Son of Titan" #1 by Joe Keatinge and Richard Elson as cancelled. Update: Marvel's Stephen Wacker clarifies cancellation.
Writer Duane Swierczynski spoke to CBR News about writing Mega-City One's top cow in IDW's new "Judge Dredd" ongoing series, announced today at Comic-Con International.
As Marvel goes cosmic on big screen, Jim Starlin may be staking his claim to Thanos! Tim Marchman interviews Len Wein about "Before Watchmen"! Reclusive Steve Ditko (sort of) profiled! Tokyopop willing to negotiate rights to OGNs!
Thanos has taken many roles throughout the years, from diabolical villain to unlikely hero. With his recent return to the spotlight in Marvel Studios' "The Avengers," CBR looks inside the twisted mind of the Mad Titan.
Florida retailer jailed, accused of selling synthetic cannabis in his store. A look at success of "Diesel Sweeties" Kickstarter drive! Sneak peek at Gary Groth's Maurice Sendak interview! Jim Starlin talks Thanos!
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR presents exclusive previews of Jim Starlin's "Breed III" #4 and "Spawn" #21, both of which hit stores Wednesday, August 10.
Legendary writer and artist Jim Starlin brings his series "Breed" out of retirement for a third and possibly final miniseries from Image Comics. Starlin spoke with CBR about his creation.
CBR is proud to welcome veteran comics scribe Ron Marz to our family of columnists with the debut of SHELF LIFE, in which he plans to offer insight and commentary on this industry we all love.
Pipeline Retro goes all the way back to 1991 for "Silver Surfer," including an interview about the popular cosmic series with its writer, Ron Marz. What was the fun of the title? What memories does it bring back for Augie?
Lein Wein, Bernie Wrightson, Mike Grell, Mark Evanier, Joe Staton and Mike W. Barr met with fans at Comic-Con International last month to discuss their legendary careers in comics and their most personal works.
Blake Bell brought Steve Ditko (figuratively, anyway) to Comic-Con in a discussion spotlighting his new book, "Strange and Stranger: The World of Steve Ditko," with guest panelists Jim Starlin, Gary Groth and more.
Courtesy of Dynamite, CBR brings you advance looks at new trade paperbacks on sale this week including "New Battlestar Galactica" vol. 2 and Jim Starlin's "Kid Kosmos: Cosmic Guard."