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A lineup including Axel Alonso, Sam Humphries and Kris Anka explain what it takes not only to make a career in comics but also keep it going long term.
Tom Brevoort and company introduce a new Marvel editor, new details on "AXIS" and more in a wide-ranging discussion on "Avengers," "Spider-Man 2099," "Hawkeye" and more.
The impending death of Marvel's most famous mutant was the topic for Charles Soule and company as a new Storm series from Greg Pak, "Deadpool Vs. X-Force" and the tease of an "Axis" event follow the death of Wolverine.
Marvel's event of hidden secrets and Watcher murder got a Chicago spotlight as the publisher revealed a new twist for Neil Gaiman's Angela during "Original Sin."
"Deadpool" co-writer Gerry Duggan and editor Jordan D. White talk to CBR about the merc's impending nuptials and the all-star guests celebrating with him.
Marvel Senior Editor Nick Lowe and Editors Daniel Ketchum, Jordan D. White and Jeanine Schaefer discuss the upcoming stories in the X-Universe, plus exclusive art!
Marvel Senior Editor Nick Lowe and many other individuals behind the editorial force of the X-Books join X-POSITION to answer your questions on the X-Line and the upcoming 50th Anniversary of Marvel's Merry Mutants.
The editors of Marvel's X-Men books answer your questions on the aftermath of "AvX" and the changes and challenges coming for the merry mutants in the Marvel NOW! status quo.
This August, Wade Wilson becomes even more lethal and loquacious in Cullen Bunn and Dalibor Talajic's 4-issue "Deadpool Kills the Marvel Universe." We spoke with Bunn and Editor Jordan D. White about the project.
X-editors Nick Lowe, Jordan D. White, and Daniel Ketchum swing by X-POSITION to answer reader e-mails and spill all kind of details on "AvX" and flaming birds! Plus exclusive art!
X-Men Senior Editor Nick Lowe is joined by his Associates Daniel Ketchum and Jordan D. White to talk on how "Schism" led the X-Men to divide, why Wolverine's stance on child soldiers remains unchanged and what "Point One" sets on fire.