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The "Wolverines" co-writer discusses playing peacemaker with the most volatile group of anti-heroes around in Marvel's new weekly series.
CBR spoke with Marguerite Bennett about cybernetic assassin Lady Deathstrike confronting life without her archenemy following "Death of Wolverine."
This week, Ms. Marvel has a quiet moment, Solar goes retro, the Joker has an identity crisis and more.
Van Lente's creator-owned title is a crime heist covering ancient Egypt to today, as reincarnated criminals attempt a heist 3000 years in the making.
The latest Juan Doe-illustrated teaser promoting the upcoming "Inhumanity" storyline advises denizens of the Marvel U to "get tested today."
Marvel Comics' third Juan Doe-illustrated teaser promoting the impending "Inhumanity" storyline lets readers know that "knowledge is power."
Marvel's second Juan Doe-illustrated "Inhumanity" teaser advises onlookers, "See Something, Say Something."
Marvel Comics promotes their forthcoming "Inhumanity" status quo with a new, Juan Doe-illustrated teaser image proclaiming "Be Vigilant."
This week, Earth 2 is ordered to "Obey," Mara finds her place among the stars, the Center for Deadly Disease Control gets official, "Morning Glories" gets romantic and Wolverine goes sci-fi.
This week, Earth-2 braces for war, Legion plays with (nesting) dolls, Deadpool sets his sights on himself, Spider-Man casts a long shadow and who's the scaliest of them all?
Writer Fred Van Lente draws on his own experience at the UN to bring Dark Horse superhero "Brain Boy" to life in a new series where the "psychic a-hole" gets caught in Secret Service intrigue.
With the first issue of Fred Van Lente and Clayton Henry's "Archer & Armstrong relaunch hitting stores this week, Valiant has provided CBR with a look ahead at issue #4's variant covers by Jason Pearson and Juan Doe.
Tom Beland and Juan Doe's series of Puerto Rican-powered one-shots sees an all-new installment where the Fantastic Four's summer vacation is disrupted by M.O.D.O.K. and El Vejigante.
Writer Tom Beland talks to CBR about planning the Fantastic Four's latest trip to Puerto Rico, a new superhero based in Puerto Rican culture, and getting to kill off his friends and family in "Ataque de M.O.D.O.K.!"
In lieu of a full-on X-POSITION, we bring you this week an exclusive preview of "Wolverine: Switchback," the January one-shot featuring new stories by Joseph Clarke & Das Pastoras and Gregg Hurwitz & Juan Doe.