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IDW's exploration of the origin of the X-Files reaches its penultimate chapter in "X-Files: Year Zero" #4 by Karl Kesel, Vic Malhotra & Greg Scott.
"Mr. Xero's" tips to the FBI lead to the creation of the X-Files in IDW's "The X-Files: Year Zero" #3 by Karl Kesel, Vic Malhotra and Greg Scott.
Karl Kesel, Greg Scott & Vic Malhotra explore the earliest days of the X-Files as well as Mulder & Scully mystery in IDW's "X-Files: Year Zero" #1.
"X-Files: Year Zero" writer Karl Kesel tells CBR about the origin series, why he loves the '40s and weighs in on those "Fantastic Four" rumors.
"Daredevil" #1.50 "one incredible birthday present" for Matt Murdock's 50th Birthday by Mark Waid, Javier Rodriguez, Brian Bendis, Karl Kesel, Alex Maleev & more.
Check out the first pages from "Daredevil" #1.5, the celebratory issue by Mark Waid, Brian Bendis, Karl Kesel, Javier Rodriguez & Alex Maleev on stands April 9.
Mark Waid & editor Ellie Pyle spoke to CBR about "Daredevil" #1.50, which celebrates the Man Without Fear's 50th anniversary by looking to his future.
Karl Kesel, Raffaele Ienco, Lee Allred & Joe Quinones deliver a truly fantastic conclusion to Matt Fraction's run in "Fantastic Four" #16.
Matt Fraction and Karl Kesel continue their countdown to the end of Marvel's "Fantastic Four" with an exclusive preview of #14, illustrated by Raff Ienco.
CBR News speaks with Karl Kesel about his return to "Fantastic Four," with a high-stakes story that brings the group's cosmic road trip to a close.
Marvel senior vice president of publishing Tom Brevoort confirmed exclusively to CBR that Matt Fraction is scaling back his duties on "Fantastic Four" and "FF" due to the scheduling demands of "Inhumanity."
Mark Waid discusses bringing Thrillbent back online following a nasty hack, new content from Karl Kesel and Ron Randall and the challenges facing the website moving forward while teasing a bit about "Indestructible Hulk."
With Marvel's all-ages titles shifting to match the "Ultimate Spider-Man" & "Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes" cartoons, Editor Tom Brennan explains how he and his creators keep a comics focus first.
A Reddit member has launched a campaign to help comic creator Karl Kesel maintain ownership of some of the silver age comic collection Kesel is currently auctioning off to defray his son's medical costs.
Fan-favorite comic creator Karl Kesel is selling his collection of Silver Age Marvel Comics to help pay the hospital bills for his newly adopted son, Isaac, who was born with a physical dependence on methadone.
Doug Zawisza gives "Fantastic Four" #607 4 stars, calling the issue by Jonathan Hickman, Giuseppe Camuncoli and Karl Kesel "another paragraph in the love-letter to the imaginative corners of the Marvel Universe."
ROBOT 6's Tim O'Shea spoke with writer/artist Karl Kesel about the recent decision to take his and Tom Grummett's "Section Zero' series online as a free-to-read webcomic.
CBR News spoke with artist Neil Edwards about "Spider-Man: Season One," an OGN with writer Cullen Bunn that updates and expands Peter Parker's origin. Plus exclusive art.
Marvel has released an advance look at "Captain America: Patriot" #3 by Karl Kesel and Mitch Breitweiser. The secret history of the Captain America of the 1950s continues on October 27.
Marvel Comics has released an advance look at "Captain America: Patriot" #1, the story of the post-WWII Cap as told by Karl Kesel and Mitch Breitweiser. History begins to unfold Wednesday, September 15.
We spoke with Karl Kesel about the third Captain America, Jeff Mace, who stars in the upcoming "Captain America: Patriot" miniseries exploring the character's origins and his place in the legendary Avenger's legacy.
Writers Joe Ahearne and Karl Kesel discuss their upcoming Iron Man one-shot, what they like most about the armored Avenger and his two partners in crime in their espionage influenced tales.
In September's "Marvel Apes" #1, the Gibbon will find himself haunted by a strange but somewhat familiar battle cry: Ape-Vengers Assemble! CBR News spoke with writer Karl Kesel about the anarchic miniseries.