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CBR spoke with writers Al Ewing & Kieron Gillen about their upcoming Marvel Infinite comic "Iron Man: Fatal Frontier," which finds Tony Stark engaging in lunar warfare against the forces of Doctor Doom.
Writers Cullen Bunn & Chris Yost speak to CBR News about "Minimum Carnage," a six-part crossover that begins in October and runs through "Venom" & "Scarlet Spider" with two special bookend issues.
"Venom" co-writers Rick Remender & Cullen Bunn's spoke to CBR News about their "Savage Six" story line in which the titular hero is outnumbered by six bloodthirsty villains.
CBR News spoke with "Venom" writer Rick Remender about his upcoming plans including a special multi-part storyline beginning in #13 which teams Flash Thompson with several Marvel heroes.
Marvel has released an early look at Rick Remender and Lan Medina's "Venom" #11. The issue hits stores December 21 and features the titular character teaming with Spidey villain Jack-O-Lantern.
CBR's latest twitter contest gives you a chance to win Marvel Comics' "Richard Castle's Deadly Storm" based on the ABC TV show. Get all the details for how to win this sweet prize.
Marvel has released an early preview of "Venom" #10, the Captain America guest-starring issue by Rick Remender and new series artist Lan Medina set to go on sale in December.
Writers Brian Bendis and Kelly Sue DeConnick adapt one of fictional author Richard Castle's earliest works this september in a GN based on the ABC series "Castle." DeConnick shared details with CBR.
Marvel Comics has released an advance look at "Iron Man: The Rapture" #1 by writer Alexander Irvine and artist Lan Medina with covers by Tim Bradstreet. Suit up on Wednesday, November 3.
In "Iron Man: The Rapture," Tony Stark's good intentions come back to haunt him in the form of a violent artificial intelligence. We spoke with writer Alexander Irvine about the series, which kicks off in November.
This November, writer Charlie Huston takes readers to a future world where warfare is a spectator sport and when soldiers die they are merged with machines. CBR News spoke with Huston about "Deathlok."