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Brian Bendis, Sarah Pichelli, Mark Bagley, Mark Brooks, David Lafuente, Dave Marquez & Andrew Hennessy's "Ultimate Comics Spider-Man" #200 is a great milestone issue.
"Hawkeye's" head is on the air, a pair of "Deadpool" covers get the creative nod, "RoboCop" takes his last stand and more.
When S.H.I.E.L.D. stiffs Wade on a bill in "Deadpool" #21, the Merc with a Mouth declares war on Marvel's top intelligence agency!
During an all-fan Q&A panel at Fan Expo, writer Dan Slott and artist Ryan Stegman discussed the genesis of "Superior Spider-Man," while teasing numerous storylines and plot points still to come.
This week, Astro City receives a visitor from beyond, the Fearless Defenders "Fight!," things get explosive for the Winter Soldier and Scooby-Doo gets a message from the stars.
This week, "Suicide Squad" goes boom, Sunfire gets heated, "Prophet" goes pulpy, Valkyrie gets a paper cut and "Chin Music" clings to its Tommy guns.
Marvel has provided CBR with an exclusive first look at Mark Brooks' dynamic covers for "Fearless Defenders" #6 and #7 written by Cullen Bunn with interior art by Will Sliney.
CBR News spoke with writer Kieron Gillen about examining the aftermath of "AvX" in "Avengers Vs. X-Men: Consequences," a five-issue, weekly miniseries debuting in October.
CBR spoke with "X-Men: Legacy" writer Christos Gage about his plans for the series' lead character, Rogue, including a battle with the Phoenix Five and a trip to a bizarre alien world.
Brian Wood, the writer behind "Wolverine & the X-Men: Alpha & Omega" answers your questions about the Alpha and Omega behind troublemaker Quentin Quire. Plus exclusive art!
Marvel has released a first look at Jim Cheung's cover for "Avengers vs. X-Men" #4, Mark Brooks' cover for "X-Men Legacy" #266 and Greg Land's cover for "Uncanny X-Men" #12, hitting stores in May.
Kelly Thompson gives Brian Wood's "Wolverine & the X-Men: Alpha and Omega" #1 4.5 stars, calling the miniseries' debut chapter "a great comic, the kind we need stacks and stacks of."
Brian Wood sides with Logan after "Schism," but he's also serving up the new headmaster's first major threat. CBR spoke with Wood about January's "Wolverine & The X-Men: Alpha and Omega" mini.
Marvel Comics has provided CBR with an exclusive first look at "Uncanny X-Force" #13. Part 3 of writer Rick Remender's Dark Angel Saga hits stores Wednesday, August 24.
Rick Remender and Mark Brooks take the black ops X-Team into the Age of Apocalypse on a quest to save Archangel in an early peak at the next arc of "Uncanny X-Force" from Marvel Comics.
Comic shop owner Jud Meyers talks out issues of retail, fandom and more with Tom Brevoort, from debate over Marvel's lack of a Vertigo-like line, sales on comic book deaths and the status of Neil Gaiman's "Marvelman."
Marvel Comics has released Adam Kubert's variant cover for "Uncanny X-Force" #12, part two of Rick Remender and Mark Brook's "Dark Angel Saga" featuring a return to the Age of Apocalypse!
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR present an unlettered preview of "Uncanny X-Force" #11 by Rick Remender, Mark Brooks and Dean White with covers by Esad Ribic and Brooks. X-Force enter the Age of Apocalypse June 1.
CBR News spoke with "Uncanny X-Force" writer Rick Remember about the upcoming "Dark Angel Saga," which sees the team travel from the Marvel U to the "Age of Apocalypse" to rescue a fallen teammate.
CBR Reviewer Ryan K. Lindsay gives "Fantastic Four" #588 a 4.5 stars review, calling the final issue of Marvel Comics' legendary series, "The best issue of [writer Jonathan] Hickman's run."
Marvel Comics has released an advance look at "Fantastic Four" #588 by writer Jonathan Hickman and artists Nick Dragotta and Mark Brooks with an Alan Davis cover. The final issue of the series hits stores February 23.
“Heroes” writer Aron Coleite explores the thorny issues of superhero steroid use in "Ultimate X-Men." Coleite discussed the arc and his views on the baseball scandal that inspired the tale.
CBR speaks with UDON about "Street Fighter Tribute," a deluxe 320-page volume featuring more than 200 new illustrations commemorating 20 years of "Street Fighter," with work by Adam Hughes, Bryan Lee O'Malley, J. Scott Campbell and more.