The Biggest Superhero Films That Didn't Happen, Part 2
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Was Joe Mad's last issue of "Uncanny X-Men" partially drawn by another artist after some of his art was lost? The legend revealed at last!
Was Logan originally meant to beat Spidey in "Spider-Man vs. Wolverine?" And did some of Joe Mad's last "Uncanny X-Men" issue have to be re-drawn?
J. Scott Campbell, Joe Madureira and Humberto Ramos will participate in signings and debut a new lithograph featuring their Cliffhanger characters.
After more than a decade, Joe Mad revives "Battle Chasers" with a Kickstarter-fueled video game and three long-awaited new issues of the comic book.
Airship Syndicate's Kickstarter campaign to fund its game based on Joe Madureira's "Battle Chasers" includes an animated look at the Garrison in battle.
Joe Madureira's studio, Airship Syndicate, will soon launch a campaign to crowdfund their upcoming JRPG.
Charles Soule tells CBR about the growing scope of the story he's telling with Marvel's Inhumans and that "Secret Wars" is just the beginning.
Joe Madureira's "Battle Chasers" series will return after a 14 year hiatus as both a comic and a role-playing game for PC and consoles.
Led by their queen Medusa, the Inhumans fight for their future in Marvel Comics' "Inhuman" #3 by Charles Soule and Joe Madureira, on sale Aug. 13.
Queen Medusa continues to discover new Inhumans following the Terrigen Bomb's explosion in Charles Soule & Joe Madureira's "Inhuman" #2.
Charles Soule and Joe Madureira's "Inhuman" #1 introduces a new side of the Marvel Universe as the Terrigen Mists wash over the Earth.
Writer Charles Soule discussed the upcoming debut of Marvel's "Inhuman," the focus of the series and how it will affect the landscape of the Marvel U.
Creators love to take shots at each other in their work, and CSBG collects said shots, including Joe Madureira's revenge on an artist he felt was swiping his work.
Charles Soule discusses how thousands of new Inhumans will impact the Marvel U, sharing an exclusive look at some of Joe Mad's interiors.
CBR makes your holidays merry with an exclusive full-page look at Joe Madureira's art for his and Charles Soule's "Inhuman" #1.
Axel Alonso, Charles Soule & Matt Fraction explain the "Inhuman" creative shift, the future of the series and show off new Joe Madureira art.
With Charles Soule taking over Marvel's "Inhuman" from Matt Fraction, EiC Axel Alonso and the writers explain what prompted the creative change.
Following the move of "Inhuman" #1 from January to April, Marvel has announced Charles Soule as the new writer on the series.
Following his Thanksgiving with the X-Men, Brett rediscovers one of his favorite holiday issues and explores why tropes aren't so bad this time of year.
CBR News has confirmed that the first two issues of Marvel's "Inhuman" series are now scheduled to go on sale in April and May, respectively.
The floodgates are open on Marvel NOW! Wave 2, and Editor-in-Chief Axel Alonso is back to explain the story behind the creation of “Avengers” #24.NOW, “All-New Invaders” and “Inhuman.”
Marvel Comics has released new details for its All-New Marvel NOW! publishing initiative, which includes "All-New Invaders," "Inhuman" and a new numbering for Jonathan Hickman's "Avengers."
A week of vague Marvel teaser images culminated with the reveal of "Inhumanity" art by Olivier Coipel, promoting the post-"Infinity" status quo starting in December.
Marvel Editor-in-Chief Axel Alonso took a break from Comic-Con and joined CBR TV in San Diego to explain the new twists and new characters awaiting in "Inhumanity" and Marvel NOW! wave 2.
Hot on the heels of announcing the post-"Infinity" direction for the Marvel Universe with Matt Fraction and Joe Madureira's "Inhumanity," the publisher has released Joe Mad's cover for "Inhuman" #1.
Emmy award-winning writer Zeb Wells spoke with CBR TV about working in both comics and television, his "Übermansion" pilot with Bryan Cranston, keeping Jeph Loeb's basic "Nova" plans in place and more.
Current "Savage Wolverine" writer Zeb Wells joins X-Position to take on all questions about Wolverine, Elektra, Spider-Man and working for the Kingpin of Crime. Plus, exclusive art!
James Hunt gives "Savage Wolverine" #6 4.5 stars, calling new creative team Zeb Wells and Joe Madureira "a near-flawless pairing" in their first issue together since "Avenging Spider-Man."
CBR News spoke with writer Zeb Wells and artist Joe Madureira about their upcoming "Savage Wolverine" arc, which pits their title character and Elektra against new agents of the Hand.
This week, Brett White finally writes a column explaining that every character, even the much-maligned, one-time X-Man Maggott, has potential.
Marvel Comics has provided CBR with an exclusive reveal of Joe Madureira's Rocket Raccoon and Gamora-starring variant cover for Brian Michael Bendis and Steve McNiven's "Guardians of the Galaxy" #2.
With new Warren Ellis "Avengers" and "Once Upon A Time" original graphic novels, Marvel is expanding its OGN presence. Axel Alonso expands on the move while pulling back the curtains on "Avengers AI" and "Nova."
The "Avenging Spider-Man" team of Zeb Wells and Joe Madureira reunites in June on "Savage Wolverine," presenting a long-gestating tale that brings a third party into the mix in the form of the assassin known as Elektra.
After teasing a Joe Madureira illustrated Wolverine story, Marvel adds fuel to the speculation fire today with the release of a Joe Mad! drawn Spider-Man teaser hyping writer Zeb Wells' return to the character.
Marvel Comics has released an image of Wolverine by Joe Madureira, teasing the fan-favorite "X-Men" artist's return to the Marvel Universe in June.
CBR looks back at one of the most eventful and significant years for comic book video games in recent memory including Telltale's acclaimed "The Walking Dead," the closure of "City of Heroes" and more.
In an interview with SPINOFF ONLINE, writer Zeb Wells revealed his involvement with a Marvel book drawn by Wells' "Avenging Spider-Man" partner Joe Madureira and edited by Steve Wacker.
Artist and Vigil Games Co-Founder Joe Madureira has announced his departure from the studio and teased plans for his next big project following his return to comics.
Creative Director and comic book artist Joe Madureira and his Vigil Games team discuss the art design behind THQ's upcoming video game sequel at Comic-Con International.