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Isaiah Mustafa talking "Luke Cage" film with Marvel? New "Green Lantern" pics of Tomar-Re! "Rex Mundi" finds new writers! Also, a "Spider-Man" musical actor returns from a 35 ft fall and more.
Greg McElhatton gives "Thunderbolts" #155 4 stars, saying of Jeff Parker and Kev Walker's take on the series, "I don't think 'Thunderbolts' has been this much fun since the Kurt Busiek and Mark Bagley run."
Marvel Studios' shortlist for television adaptation has been leaked, and SPINOFF wants you to tell us which series deserve to join the Hulk on the small-screen.
"Superman" takes flight with Zack Snyder! Mark Ruffalo calls the Hulk "my generation's Hamlet". Peter Jackson to direct "The Hobbit" after all! Also, Idris Elba teases "Luke Cage" and more.
In this UNUSUAL SUSPECTS, our look at the major players of "Shadowland" through the eyes of the NYPD, "Shadowland: Power Man" writer Fred Van Lente provides us with a detailed report on the book's major characters
With a former Thunderbolt returning to terrorize new team leader Luke Cage, Marvel's villains-turned-heroes franchise takes a twist under Jeff Parker. CBR News has an exclusive look at next month's issue!
In September, Luke Cage dispatches the Thunderbolts to take on the forces of Daredevil and the Hand. We spoke with Jeff Parker about "Thunderbolts" #148-149, which tie into Marvel's "Shadowland."
In "Shadowland: Power Man" a new teen hero bursts onto the scene and Luke Cage and Iron Fist must discover who he is before enraged members of the Hand kill him. CBR spoke with writer Fred Van Lente about the series.
Toby Jones cast as Armin Zola in "Captain America!" Michel Gondry talks 3D in "Green Hornet." A classic Ford character in "Cowboys & Aliens." Your final "Iron Man 2" press round up and more.
Marvel Comics has released the second in a series of teasers for "Shadowland," the new miniseries by Andy Diggle and Billy Tan that's billed as the "battle for the soul of New York."
Brian Michael Bendis and Stuart Immonen continue on with "New Avengers," though this time with a new #1 issue and a brand new team lineup led by the original Harlem-born Hero for Hire himself, Luke Cage.
In “Luke Cage Noir,” writers Mike Benson & Adam Glass take the hero for hire down a new set of mean streets, those of 1930’s Harlem. CBR News spoke with the duo about the project, which reimagines the character as an anti-hero in 1920s Harlem.