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Kick back on Oscar Sunday with new Marvel art by Stuart Immonen, W. Scott Forbes, Kris Anka, Jill Thompson and Erica Henderson.
The writer of Marvel's weekly "Wolverines" series slashes through your questions and discusses character cameos.
Brian Michael Bendis' X-Men run ends with "Uncanny X-Men" #600. We have the exclusive first word on what to expect in his final months, and his Marvel future.
Kris Anka has revealed that he and Kevin Wada were working on a new "Marvel Swimsuit Special," but production was halted. UPDATE: Anka has clarified that he and Wada stopped the project, not Marvel.
Writer Sam Humphries sets a course for the stars with artists Ed McGuinness and Kris Anka in the opening chapter of "The Black Vortex."
Axel Alonso talks Spider-Woman's new outfit, why "Secret Wars" was the right choice for Free Comic Book Day and the fallout of the Sony leaks.
Jessica Drew's new look appears in the "Spider-Man Unlimited" mobile game before it makes its way to the comics in March.
Scott Summers becomes the world's most wanted man in Marvel Comics' "Uncanny X-Men" #26 by Brian Michael Bendis and Kris Anka.
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.
With Sam Wilson taking on the Captain America mantle, the Falcon persona is up for grabs - and the late night host claimed it via a Kris Anka illustration.
Brian Michael Bendis talks in-depth with CBR News about the major X-Men secrets to be revealed in "The Last Will and Testament of Charles Xavier."
Fan-favorite X-Men character Dazzler looks to be getting an extreme makeover from Brian Michael Bendis and Kris Anka in "Uncanny X-Men."
Cyclops' 'original sin' as the Phoenix returns to haunt him in "Uncanny X-Men" #23, the first part of the "The Last Will and Testament of Charles Xavier."
Marvel's Agent M and a selection of the publisher's artists gave members a first look at never before seen art and tease the next exclusive package.
"Wolverine" is on a clock to Logan's death, and series writer Paul Cornell joined X-POSITION to answer reader questions about the book's direction.
Sina Grace asked all-star artists to create new outfits for the female characters in next month's "Burn the Orphanage" and CSBG has them all.
Paul Cornell is joined by artists Kris Anka & David Curiel on the first chapter of "3 Months to Die," the "Wolverine" arc that changes everything for Logan.
This week, "Doop" hits the target, "Daredevil" tackles mass transit, "Velvet" shows off a simple elegance and more.
"Uncanny X-Force" cover artist Kris Anka talks with CBR about his animation career at WB and with TMNT, along with his upcoming work on “"All-New X-Men!"
The ladies of the X-Men hit the town as guest artist Kris Anka joins Brian Michael Bendis for "Uncanny X-Men" #15.INH, an "Inhumanity" tie-in issue.
The next arc of the Brian Wood-written "X-Men" features the all-new Sisterhood, in a story arc illustrated by Kris Anka titled "Ghosts."
The latest All-New Marvel NOW! teaser image promotes a "Resurrection" from the creative team of writer Brian Wood and artist Kris Anka.
Although "X-Men: Battle of the Atom" #2 concludes the X-Men crossover event, the issue struggles with the weight of the story for a disappointing bookend.
Writer Sam Humphries joins X-Position to discuss the upcoming X-Force crossover, "Vendetta," that pits Psylocke's squad against Cable's. Plus, exclusive art!
Peter David discusses his upcoming "All-New X-Factor" series, which brings a new team together under the X-Factor banner with a new mission statement and refreshed cast.
Mike Costa and Kris Anka kick off the "Arms of the Octopus" crossover story with "All-New X-Men Special" #1, which sees the original five X-Men team up with the Superior Spider-Man against Doc Ock.
Marvel has released a cornucopia of new variant covers for "Battle of the Atom," including second print variants and upcoming covers by David Lopez, Phil Noto, Kris Anka and Esad Ribic.
This week, the Bookbinder becomes "Unhinged," the Court of Owls poses for a family portrait, Deadpool goes "Giant-Size" and Bishop heads West, all while Wolverine and Gambit hit the road.
This week, sees a game of 52-card pickup, a staring contest, fashion crimes of future past, a tale of the golem, and an optic blast.
This week, physics go haywire, Captain Midnight goes Art Deco, Psylocke goes for a tattoo, Legion goes gaming and the Hulk declares his independence.
This week, "Elephantmen" gets spiritual (and a little violent), "Fury MAX" plants its roots, The Shadow is unwrapped, "Uncanny X-Force" gets dreamy, and the X-Men takes their last stand … against boys.
Kelly Thompson looks at six recent superheroine costume overhauls that need to head back to the drawing board while sharing possible redesign ideas by artists Kris Anka and Meredith McClaren!
After CSBG's Kelly Thompson discussed several redesigned superheroine costumes, artist Kris Anka opened the floor to an interesting debate about the look of superheroes.