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CSBG spotlights a great moment in X-Men history, as Magneto and Apocalypse have one final battle during the "Age of Apocalypse."
"S.H.I.E.L.D.'s" Agent Coulson is the latest to weigh in on the major reveal of last week's "Captain America: Steve Rogers" #1.
Apocalypse is everywhere, and CSBG looks at the top five times Apocalypse was revealed to have retroactively given X-Men characters their powers.
CBR delves into the twisted history of the Marvel Comics character alluded to in the post-credits sequence of the "X-Men" sequel.
The Marvel editor discusses the "Watchmen" reveal, and his overall thoughts on DC's game-changing one-shot.
With "Civil War II" #1 on sale in two days, Marvel SVP of Publishing Tom Brevoort discusses the event from Brian Michael Bendis & David Marquez.
CSBG massive library of top five lists includes a look at the top five characters from the classic X-Men crossover, "Age of Apocalypse!"
The legendary writer was asked what he thinks about the revelation in "Captain America: Steve Rogers" #1. His response may surprise you.
Following her role as one of the Four Horsemen in "X-Men: Apocalypse," revisit the strange path the character took through Marvel's comics.
Banshees are women in Irish mythology, but the X-Men character is a man. What gives, and what does Stan Lee have to do with the decision?
A major player enters "Civil War II," no one in Spider-Man's world stays buried and more read hot reads coming from Marvel Comics in August.
CSBG examines comic book plots that were dropped by later writers, like how Psylocke eventually lost her magic Crimson Dawn-era powers.
CSBG's collection of stories we shouldn't bring up again includes when Psylocke was sexually assaulted by her brother Captain Britain's evil twin.
CSBG has an archive of unresolved comic book stories, like what, exactly, is the arrangement Apocalypse has with the Celestials? What's their plan?
Marvel Executive Editor Tom Brevoort talks in-depth about the reaction to this week's controversial "Captain America: Steve Rogers" surprise.
The closing pages of Joe Kelly and Ed McGuiness' first arc hints that Marvel Comics may be poised to revisit the controversial, marriage-erasing story.
Apocalypse has plagued the X-Men for decades, but the ancient mutant's history stretches back centuries.
Fittingly retro, given the 1980s setting of "X-Men: Apocalypse," Mond's latest enamel pins showcase Archangel, Psylocke, Magneto and Storm.
Apocalypse has recruited countless Four Horsemen over the years -- here's a guide to the biggest and baddest soldiers the immortal mutant has commanded.
As the character gets set for her "X-Men: Apocalypse" debut, CSBG revisits whether Psylocke was only supposed to temporarily turn Asian.
Marc Guggenheim tells CBR how "The Coulson Protocols" and "Avengers: Standoff" set his team up up for a fall in the coming "Civil War II" conflict.
Deadpool has a four-part crossover in one issue, Frank Castle prepares to kill, "Spider-Women" reaches its climax, "A-Force" gets jailed & more.
G. Willow Wilson and Adrian Alphona's "Ms. Marvel" #7 "takes advantage of a crossover to tell a smaller-scale story that echoes the event's themes."
Two con men with a secret history finally have their shared story told in Ben Acker, Ben Blacker & Danilo Beyruth's "Deadpool V Gambit."
The "Captain America: Civil War" star addressed the controversial conclusion to Nick Spencer and Jesus Saiz's "Captain America: Steve Rogers" #1.
The Parker Industries CEO needs a break, which means it's time to don the webs in Marvel's "Amazing Spider-Man" by Dan Slott & Giuseppe Camuncoli.
Marvel Comics has released the first look at Chuck Wendig and Luke Ross' adaptation of the blockbuster film.
Tony is super confused when Zhang forces him to put on a Spider-Man mask in Brian Michael Bendis & Mike Deodato's "Invincible Iron Man" #10.
When Stan Lee and Jack Kirby debuted their X-Men, they introduced five members... but Prof. Xavier had already recruited a sixth.
Writer Gerry Duggan discusses the series' latest "Deadpool 2099" chapter, and hints at what's to come when "Civil War II" breaks out.
Marvel aims for an "ambitious new direction" after "Civil War II," and will give fans a glimpse in July's "Marvel NOW! Previews Magazine."
A surprising teaser for "Marvel NOW!" showed up on the back of this week's free "Civil War II Daily Bugle Newspaper."
Prep for this weekend's massive mutant movie from Fox with this letter-by-letter guide to the Children of the Atom.
Along with the debut of a new S.H.I.E.L.D. director and the return of familiar faces, the new "Cap" series adds a major wrinkle to Steve's history.
Bad things happen as Nick Fury, Damage Control, Night Thrasher and more star in the Marvel Universe-spanning "Choosing Sides" #1.
"Extraordinary X-Men" and "Old Man Logan" writer Jeff Lemire teases what's in store for Magik, Nightcrawler, Wolverine and the rest.
Businessman Graham Jules can now legally use the word in his book title "Business Zero to Superhero."
Psylocke plays a key role in "X-Men: Apocalypse" and CBR examines the mutant's strange and complicated history on her 40th anniversary.
Robbie Thompson sends Flash Thompson on a frantic hunt for his rampaging symbiote - and that's before entering "Civil War II" and encountering Spider-Man!
CSBG's top five archive now includes the rare "What If...?" comics that deal not in doom and gloom, but where things actually work out okay.