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God of Thunder scribes Matt Fraction, Roger Langridge and Jonathan Hickman discussed their differing takes on Marvel Comics' Thor to HeroesCon attendees gathered to offer tribute to the Odinson.
Jonathan Hickman and Steve Epting, the creative force behind Marvel's "FF," spoke with HeroesCon fans about the future of the Future Foundation, "Fantastic Four," the death of the Human Torch and more.
CBR reviewer Doug Zawisza gives Jonathan Hickman and Barry Kitson's "FF" #4 a 4 star review, calling the issue "a valid case study in what makes the Fantastic Four so, well, fantastic."
Marvel has released an advance look at "FF" #5, the next installment of "War of the Four Cities" by Jonathan Hickman and Barry Kitson. The issue, with a Mark Bagley cover, hits June 22.
CBR News spoke with Jonathan Hickman about July's “The Red Wing,” a four-issue miniseries featuring epic aerial battles spanning time and space that also marks his return to creator-owned comics.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR presents an exclusive first look at "FF" #4 by the creative team of Jonathan Hickman and Steve Epting. "The War of the Four Cities" begins on Wednesday, May 25!
Editor Mark Paniccia spoke with CBR News about the new titles that are part of Marvel's "Ultimate Comics Universe Reborn" initiative while sharing an exclusive look at "Ultimate Fallout" #2 and "Ultimate Comics Hawkeye."
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "FF" #3, in stores May 11. Doctor Doom's time on the team continues courtesy of the creative team of Jonathan Hickman and Steve Epting.
Jonathan Hickman is back on hand for more news of the future of Marvel's Ultimate Universe – namely a solo mini for Ultimate Hawkeye which ties into the future of the Ultimates, X-Men and features guest stars including Hulk and Jean Grey.
Tim concludes his look at Jonathan Hickman's "Secret Warriors" by actually talking about what he thinks of the series, its literalism, its plot reversals and how it relates to Hickman's Image work.
The Editorial team behind big Marvel Comics from the "Fear Itself" event to "FF" explain the process of making big events, finishing "Secret Warriors" and relaunching "Captain America & Bucky."
The next phase for Jonathan Hickman and Steve Epting's plan for the survivors of the Fantastic Four comes in May as the Future Foundation faces a war between the lost cities of the world – with special guest artist Barry Kitson.
Tim digs into Jonathan Hickman's "Secret Warriors" and talks about Nick Fury, Brian Michael Bendis and where the lies, conspiracies, double-crosses and other spy-goodness in the Marvel Universe all began.
Marvel has released an advance look at "FF" #3, from the acclaimed team of Jonathan Hickman and Steve Epting. The issue, with covers by Daniel Acuña, Marko Djurdjevic and Patrick Zircher, hits stores May 11.
Marvel has released an advance look at "FF" #2 by writer Jonathan Hickman and artist Steve Epting. The Thing takes on the team's newest member, Doctor Doom, on Wednesday, April 27.
Writer Jonathan Hickman teams with artist Nick Pitarra and Image Comics to return to the world of creator-owned comics with "The Red Wing," a futuristic new series set to debut in July 2011.
Doug Zawisza gives "FF" #1 4 stars, praising Jonathan Hickman and Steve Epting's new series debut by saying, "In short, this is a near perfect first issue for readers to jump into this fantastic new world"
They are Marvel's top flight talent and the "Architects" of the Marvel U's future, but on Saturday in Seattle they were panelists subjected to a flurry of questions from an eager audience.
On Saturday afternoon, C.B. Cebulski brought together some of the Marvel Universe's finest for a Q and A session with fans. Panelists included Hickman, Fraction, Bendis, Sankovitch and Brubaker.
CBR Reviewer Ryan K. Lindsay gives "Fantastic Four" #588 a 4.5 stars review, calling the final issue of Marvel Comics' legendary series, "The best issue of [writer Jonathan] Hickman's run."
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Fantastic Four" #588 by Jonathan Hickman and Nick Dragotta. The final issue of the long-running series arrives in stores February 23.
Marvel Comics has released an advance look at "FF" #1 by Jonathan Hickman and Steve Epting. Spinning out of the recent events in "Fantastic Four," Marvel's First Family heads in a new direction starting March 23, 2011.
ROBOT 6's Carla Hoffman looks at "Fantastic Four" #587, from the polybag to what's inside, noting that Jonathan Hickman's run on the book "is incredibly rewarding to people who are paying attention."
Marvel Comics has released an advance look at "Fantastic Four" #588 by writer Jonathan Hickman and artists Nick Dragotta and Mark Brooks with an Alan Davis cover. The final issue of the series hits stores February 23.
Marvel Comics has released a teaser image hinting at the events to come in next month's "Fantastic Four" #588, the final issue of the publisher's long-running series.
Fantastic Four expert Sean Kleefeld joins CBR for a guest commentary on the concept of death in the Marvel Universe, specifically as seen through the lens of stories starring Marvel's First Family.
Marvel Comics has released the Joe Quesada illustrated second printing variant cover for the sold out "Fantastic Four" #587, written by Jonathan Hickman and illustrated by Steve Epting.
Reports began circulating late Tuesday afternoon that Marvel had included a little surprise inside those poly bagged issues of “Fantastic Four” #587 – a limited number signed by writer Jonathan Hickman.
"Fantastic Four" #587 is in stores now, and one member of the titular team is no longer among the living. We spoke with Jonathan Hickman about the issue, the character that dies and the resulting fallout in the Marvel U.
CBR reviewer Benjamin Birdie gives "Fantastic Four" #587 a 4.5 star review saying the finale to Jonathan Hickman and Steve Epting's "Three" storyline is "worthy of the attention it’s getting, but for all the right reasons."
Marvel has unveiled which member of the Fantastic Four will be meeting their untimely demise in the final chapter of Jonathan Hickman and Steve Epting's "Three," featuring covers by Alan Davis and John Cassaday.
In a move that's become routine for major shockers in the Marvel Comics Universe, news organizations across the country have started revealing the death at the heart of this week's "Fantastic Four" #587. SPOILERS ahead!
The final chapter of Jonathan Hickman's "Fantastic Four" epic, "Three," hits stores tomorrow and CBR wants to know: which member of Marvel's First Family do you think will be the storyline's casualty?
In anticipation of a mass media push for the issue where one of the team is killed off, Marvel Comics is allowing retailers to sell "Fantastic Four" #587 on Tuesday of next week, one of a number of changes allowed by early shipping.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "S.H.I.E.L.D." #5 by Jonathan Hickman and Dustin Weaver with covers by Weaver and Gerald Parel. The mystery continues to unfold on December 29.
Marvel Comics is starting off the week with a cryptic teaser image accompanied only by the text "FF #1: A Beginning" accompanied only by the date of March, 2011 and the names of Jonathan Hickman and Steve Epting.