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"Wolverine and the X-Men" artist Mahmud Asrar schools CBR on his ongoing artistic education, from acknowledged masters to the simple pleasures of gaming.
Jason Latour joins X-Position to answer questions about the Jean Grey School's role in the Marvel U for the All-New Marvel NOW! age.
Writer Jason Latour and artist Mahmud Asrar usher in a brand new school year in All-New Marvel NOW!'s "Wolverine and the X-Men" #1!
Check out CBR's exclusive previews of "All-New X-Men" #20 by Bendis, Asrar & Peterson and Remender & McNiven's "Uncanny Avengers" #15.
Jason Latour & Mahmud Asrar tell CBR about kicking off the summer semester at the Jean Grey School in Marvel's relaunched "Wolverine & the X-Men."
Jason Latour and Mahmud Asrar take "Wolverine and the X-Men" back to school with an all-new March-debuting series.
Mark Waid and new series artist Mahmud Asrar's "Indestructible Hulk" #16 follows up on the time-travel arc with a strong issue.
The latest All-New Marvel NOW! one-word teaser promotes a series debuting in March from the team of Jason Latour and Mahmud Asrar.
"Indestructible Hulk" writer Mark Waid spoke with CBR about his upcoming "Hulk: Agent Of T.I.M.E." storyline and Bruce Banner/Hulk's mission to repair the timestream damage caused in "Age of Ultron."
Jeff Parker beefs up for December's "Indestructible Hulk Annual," teaming the title character with another one of the Marvel Universe's most dangerous combination of intellect and strength, the Invincible Iron Man.
Kelly Thompson gives "Ultimate Comics X-Men" #27 by Brian Wood and Mahmud Asrar 4 stars, calling the penultimate issue of the current arc "a gem of a cliffhanger as the arc barrels toward the final issue."
New "Supergirl" writer Michael Alan Nelson spoke with CBR about his debut issue, making Kara homeless, her rogues gallery and ongoing relationship with Power Girl, the Earth 2 version of herself.
Writer Brian Wood pulls double duty in this week's X-Position as he answers fan questions about "Ultimate Comics X-Men" and his upcoming Marvel NOW! reboot of "X-Men."
Kelly Thompson gives "Ultimate Comics X-Men" #24 4 stars, saying the issue by Brian Wood and Mahmud Asrar "continues to deliver a tale epic in scope and personal in execution."
"Ultimate Comics X-Men" writer Brian Wood discusses his and artist Mahmud Asrar's upcoming "Natural Resources" arc where shadowy forces in the U.S. government target the new mutant homeland of Utopia.
CBR spoke to incoming writer Michael Alan Nelson about his plans for DC Comics' "Supergirl," her Kryptonian outlook on life and what creative changes he aims to make on the book.
Upcoming "X-Men" writer Brian Wood answers fan questions about his all-female mutant team, selecting the cast and the his desire to return to the "Generation X" crew. Plus, exclusive art!
CBR News spoke with artist Mahmud Asrar, who returns to Marvel Comics in March for "Ultimate Comics X-Men" #24, the beginning of a new arc written by Brian Wood called "Natural Resources."
At New York Comic Con, DC Comics writers Grant Morrison, Andy Diggle, artist Mahmud Asrar and more spoke about their titles' futures and announced Jim Lee and Scott Snyder's new Superman project.
Michael Green and Mike Johnson, the writers of DC Comics' "Supergirl," spoke with CBR about the title's upcoming #0 issue, her friendship with the Smythes, face time with her cousin and more.
"Supergirl" co-writers Mike Johnson and Michael Green speak to CBR News about working with artist George Perez on issue #8 and revamping Silver Banshee for DC Comics' New 52.
Doug Zawisza gives Michael Green, Mike Johnson and Mahmud Asrar's "Supergirl" #5 4.5 stars, calling the series' latest installment "as fresh and exciting as it was in issue #1"
CBR spoke with the artist of DC's New 52 "Supergirl" series about the artistic changes readers can see in the book going forward, the comics scene in Turkey and exclusive pages from #4.
Doug Zawisza gives DC Comics' "Supergirl" #2 4 stars, calling Michael Green, Mike Johnson and Mahmud Asrar's Girl of Steel story "crisp and invigorating."
"Supergirl" co-writers Michael Green and Mike Johnson spoke with CBR about the series' first issue, plans for the first story arc and the fundamental differences and similarities between Kryptonians and Humans.
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR News presents an exclusive first look at Mahmud Asrar's cover to "Supergirl" #64, the final part of James Peaty and Bernard Chang's "Good-Looking Corpse" arc.
Writer Kelly Sue DeConnick spoke with CBR News about her June-launching three-issue arc on "Supergirl" and her plans for the Girl of Steel as well as her thoughts on women in media and the comic book industry.
CBR reviewer Doug Zawisza gave DC Comics' "Giant-Size Atom" one-shot a 3.5 star rating, saying, "Throughout the course of this story, [writer Jeff] Lemire invigorates Ray Palmer with some much needed enthusiasm."
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Giant-Size Atom," the one-shot concluding Jeff Lemire and Mahmud Asrar's back-up story serialized in "Adventure Comics. The one-shot hits stores March 2.
Scott Allie returns to the "Star Wars" universe with "Star Wars: Jedi - The Dark Side," a five-issue series exploring Qui-Gon Jinn's early days as a Jedi Master. Illustrated by Mahmud Asrar, the series debuts in May.
Marvel Comics has released a new unlettered preview of the "Shadowland" tie-in focusing on the new Power Man featuring his fight with the original Heroes For Hire and the return of some villains of the past.
Marvel Comics has released an advance look at "Shadowland: Power Man" #1 by Fred Van Lente and Mahmud Asrar. The new miniseries, featuring a cover by Mike Perkins, debuts August 18.
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.
The super-family drama reaches its milestone 25th issue, and change is coming. CBR caught up with creators Jay Faerber & Mahmud Asrar to talk about the series and Asrar's bittersweet departure from "Dynamo 5."