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Legendary artist Brent Anderson looked back on his career in comics, from the earliest days as the artist on Marvel's "Ka-Zar the Savage" through today's "Astro City" work and more.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale next Wednesday including "Daredevil" #2, "Hulk" #39, "Ultimate Comics Fallout" #6, "Venom" #6 and many more.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale next Wednesday including "Captain America" #1, "Ghost Rider" #1, "Mystery Men" #3, "Ultimate Fallout" #1 and more.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale next Wednesday including "Fear Itself: Deadpool" #1, "Incredible Hulks" #630, "Ka-Zar" #1, "Wolverine" #10 and many more.
Marvel Comics has released an advance look at "Ka-Zar" #1, the first issue of Paul Jenkins and Pascal Alixe's new 5-issue miniseries. Return to the Savage Land on June 8!
This week Rob Williams and Brian Ching kick off “Skaar: King of the Savage: Land,” which finds Skaar in a dangerous war for control of the lost realm. CBR spoke with Williams about the project.
Marvel Comics has released an advance look at the June-debuting "Ka-Zar" miniseries by writer Paul Jenkins and artist Pascal Alixe. The first issue, with a cover by Alixe, roars into comic stores on June 8.
Marvel has released an advance look Rob Williams and Brian Ching's "Skaar: King of the Savage Land" #1. The series, with covers by Michael Komarck and Billy Tan, hits stores March 16.
As a holiday gift, Marvel's Tom Brevoort and Axel Alonso open up the reader mailbag and invite along a special guest to talk Christmas specials, "Fearsome" futures and announce a new Marvel Knights series.
Could Joseph Gordon-Levitt riddle the Batman? Will Ka-Zar stomp through the Savage Land? Shall a "Green Hornet" trailer arrive next week? Also, a "Green Lantern 2" treatment and more.
Sure, he writes "The Incredibles" and "Irredeemable" today, but 12 years ago Mark Waid toiled in the coal mines writing "Ka-Zar" for Marvel Comics. Guess what? It's a hidden gem. Augie extols its virtues this week.