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Marvel has answered speculation on the sexual orientation of "Hercules," following the announcement of a new series by Dan Abnett and Luke Ross.
Writer Dan Abnett explains how the brash Olympian turns over a new leaf and attempts to become the hero he once was in his and artist Luke Ross' new series.
Al Ewing talks about the "Last Days of Captain America, She-Hulk and the rest of his team, as they prepare for "Secret Wars."
The future is now with looks at "Rocket Raccoon" #7, "Captain America & The Mighty Avengers" #4 and "All-New Ghost Rider" #10.
Al Ewing explains why an inverted Captain America & Luke Cage are trying to destroy the team in the book's inaugural arc, which has ties to "AXIS."
Writer Al Ewing and artist Luke Ross introduce Marvel's new team led by Sam Wilson in "Captain America and the Mighty Avengers" #1.
The team gets a pint-sized makeover and hangs on for dear life in this humorous alternate cover for the new series' debut issue.
Monty Nero tells CBR about his Marvel work, including this September's "Hulk Annual," which finds the Hulk dealing with a new threat to all of humanity.
Jonathan Hickman & Kev Walker shatter the Illuminati in "New Avengers" #22 while Kieron Gillen & Luke Ross continue the battle in "Hulk Vs. Iron Man" #4.
"Al Ewing" tells CBR about "Captain America & the Mighty Avengers," a new series that teams Luke Cage's squad with Sam Wilson, the new Captain America.
Marvel has provided CBR with exclusive previews of Jason Aaron & Mike Deodato's "Original Sin" #6 and Gillen, Waid & Ross' "Hulk Vs. Iron Man" #2!
The senses shattering "Original Sin" tie in continues in "Hulk Vs. Iron Man" #2 by Kieron Gillen, Mark Waid and Luke Ross, on sale July 16.
Mark Waid & Kieron Gillen discuss their "Original Sin" tie-in, "Hulk Vs. Iron Man," which also concludes each writer's run on both characters' solo titles.
Marvel's "Original Sin" rocks Hickman & Yu's "Avengers" while "Rings of the Mandarin" continues in Gillen & Ross' "Iron Man." Both go on sale May 14.
Kieron Gillen catches CBR up on "Iron Metropolitan," which pits Tony Stark against the Mandarin's sentient rings and upcoming "Iron Man Annual."
CBR talks to Kieron Gillen about March's "Iron Man" storyline, which finds Tony Stark once again in unfamiliar territory as "Thor" villain Malekith attacks.
Tony Stark takes on Malekith the Accursed for Kieron Gillen & Luke Ross' "Iron Man" #23.NOW in March.
"Secret Avengers" writer Ed Brisson joins INFINITE WAR REPORT to talk about his two-issue run which plunges the undercover team into "Infinity."
Courtesy Marvel Comics, CBR has an exclusive preview of "Secret Avengers" #4 written by Nick Spencer with art by Luke Ross. The Indestructible Hulk joins the ranks of the Secret Avengers May 8.
Writer Nick Spencer gave his "Secret Avengers" a host of new adversaries by introducing the new ruling council of the terrorist organization A.I.M and CBR spoke with him about his plans for the council.
Nick Spencer tells us who will join Hawkeye and Black Widow on S.H.I.E.L.D's team of super-powered operatives as they deal with the rise of A.I.M. as a world power in "Secret Avengers." Plus, lots of exclusive art!
James Hunt gives "Secret Avengers" #1 4 stars, calling the issue by Nick Spencer and Luke Ross "very well constructed, and takes an unusual premise and makes it work."
Marvel has provided CBR with an exclusive first look at Nick Spencer and Luke Ross' "Secret Avengers" #1. Hawkeye, Black Widow and Agent Coulson's undercover work begins on February 13.
The black ops take on Marvel's biggest franchise gets a movie-esque makeover in Marvel NOW! and writer Nick Spencer explains what makes Hawkeye, Agent Coulson and the rest of the "Secret Avengers" tick.
S.H.I.E.L.D. gets its own covert ops team of super heroes in February when Nick Spencer and Luke Ross launch a new volume of "Secret Avengers." CBR spoke with Spencer about returning to the title.
Marvel's "Secret Avengers" gets the Marvel NOW! relaunch treatment as Nick Spencer and Luke Ross team for a S.H.I.E.L.D.-centric take on the team featuring Hawkeye, Mockingbird, Taskmaster, Iron Patriot and more.
James Hunt gives "Ultimate Comics Ultimates" #16 4 stars, calling the issue by Sam Humphries and Luke Ross "what may be the greatest Captain America story not yet told."
Marvel has provided CBR with an exclusive preview of Sam Humphries and Luke Ross' "Ultimate Comics Ultimates" #17. Captain America's term as President of the United States continues on October 24!
With "Raiders of the Lost Ark" on IMAX screens everywhere, Ron Marz looks back on his history with Indiana Jones -- as a fan and creator -- and how the franchise informs his visual storytelling.
In "Ultimate Comics Ultimates" #15, on sale tomorrow, Captain America becomes Commander in Chief. CBR spoke to writer Sam Humphries, editor Mark Paniccia, and Marvel EIC Axel Alonso about the development.
CBR News spoke with writer Sam Humphries about the battle for the soul of America which kicks off in "Ultimate Comics Ultimates" #13, the first chapter in the book's "Divided We Fall" tie-in.
Writer Sam Humphries discusses his plans for "Ultimate Comics Ultimates," including a faceoff with Reed Richards, the continuing effect of Peter Parker's death on the Ultimate U and the return of Captain America.
Marvel has released a preview of Luke Ross' pages for "Ultimate Comics Ultimates" #12 written by Jonathan Hickman and Sam Humphries. The war between S.H.I.E.L.D. and Reed Richards continues June 27.
Marvel has provided CBR with exclusive previews of Christos Gage and Rafa Sandoval's "X-Men Legacy" #267 and Jonathan Hickman, Sam Humphries and Luke Ross' "Ultimate Comics Ultimates" #11!
Up and coming writer Sam Humphries enters the world of mainstream super heroes in May when he begins co-writing "Ultimate Comics Ultimates" with Jonathan Hickman. CBR spoke with him about his plans.
What happens when creators on the same book just can't get along? Ron Marz looks at the collaborative nature of comic books and some of these reasons writer-artist pairings go awry.
Marvel has released a preview of its Superbowl Sunday-debuting digital comic "The Avengers: Fury's Big Week" #1. The first issue of the official prequel to the "Avengers" movie is free; later issues are 99 cents.
Creators Peter David and Luke Ross discuss their role in Marvel's "John Carter" prequel to the upcoming Disney film, its faithfulness to the Edgar Rice Burroughs' source material and more.