REVIEW: Violent, Profane "Deadpool" Shouldn't Work, But Really F---ing Does
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Fighting crime is a tough job, and so is just being Patsy Walker, but creators Kate Leth and Brittney L. Williams are going to make the best of it.
Marvel Comics' latest enigmatic teaser channels Shakespeare to offer an ominous word of warning -- but for whom?
"Agent Carter" showrunners Michele Fazekas & Tara Butters join forces with Kris Anka to launch a bold new era for Carol Danvers and... Alpha Flight?
CSBG looks at how "Ghost Rider's" premature demise was smoothed over by its writer, Howard Mackie, in the pages of Marvel's "Spider-Man."
Bill Sienkiewicz's variant cover for "Power Man & Iron Fist" #2 features a call back to a pair of classic '80s ads.
Jonathan Hickmand and Esad Ribic "wrap up the cosmos-crossing epic... with a surprisingly human but ultimately fitting showdown" in "Secret Wars" #9.
With the final issue of "Secret Wars" on sale, Jonathan Hickman & Tom Brevoort joined CBR to discuss the long-awaited finale and its aftermath.
Collection boasts from "Fantastic Four" #1 through 2015! ComicFlix creates comics from video! How political cartooning has changed, post-"Charlie Hebdo"!
This is what you need to know about Disney and Marvel Studios' current slate of superhero films.
In "Secret Wars" #9, Molecule Man offers Miles Morales a favor and the result dramatically alters Spider-Man's status quo.
Two men dressed as the Merc With a Mouth broke into a Florida gas station last week, but ended up abandoning their van and the ATM they tried to steal.
The conclusion to the "Secret Wars" event explains why the Richards family hasn't yet appeared in Marvel's All-New, All Different relaunch.
In their latest retro connection spotlight, CSBG looks at how Magneto and Banshee were somehow tied into the origin of Wolverine villain Omega Red.
In its latest teaser, Marvel has proclaimed that someone or something is "Dead No More" at the publisher. It's anyone's guess -- so what's yours?
A year's worth of CBR reviews -- more than a thousand! -- have been translated into charts illustrating 2015's best-reviewed comics and creators.
Someone at Marvel is "Dead No More" according to a new teaser released by the publisher, so get ready to start speculating.
Fan-favorite writer Cullen Bunn answers your questions about Magneto and his team of cutthroat X-Men in the post-"Secret Wars" Marvel Universe.
"Deadpool" writer Gerry Duggan is joined by a murderer's row of writers and artist to celebrate the Merc with the Mouth's Marvel debut in 1991.
With the first arc of Marvel's "Invincible Iron Man" by Brian Michael Bendis & David Marquez completed, Joseph reveals why he's a fan of the book.
Jason Aaron and Chris Bachalo find "a good approach that keeps things appropriately weird but don't lose sight of its menace" in "Doctor Strange" #4.
Brian Michael Bendis and Sara Pichelli introduce Miles to the Marvel U in this first look at his all-new series.
Upgrade your Sunday with new Marvel art from Steve Dillon, Tim Seeley, Siya Oum, Neal Adams and Gerardo Zaffino.
The "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." spinoff, starring Adrianne Palicki and Nick Blood, is a "go" at ABC.
The upcoming crossover sequel by Bendis and Marquez will see one major Marvel hero murder another.
Meet Elsie Dee, the little girl robot Wolverine "fought" (alongside Albert, a robot Wolvie), and CSBG's collection of other bizarrely cool stories.
Marvel Editor-in-Chief Axel Alonso informed CBR that the "Karnak" creative team is working to get the next issue out "as quickly as possible."
Axel Alonso starts 2016 by talking Marvel's latest launches including "Spider-Man/Deadpool," "Rocket Raccoon and Groot" and "A-Force."
Tom King and Gabriel Hernandez Walta's "The Vision" #3 is "brilliant in how well it still fits in with... the rest of Marvel's comics."
Comics legend Neal Adams illustrates the main players of Brian Michael Bendis and Mike Deodato's "Invincible Iron Man" #6 in a new variant cover.
Marvel Comics has debuted a recap video, covering the high point of the company-wide epic ahead of the final issue's Jan. 13 release.
Why was an episode of "Spider-Man and his Amazing Friends" pulled from TV? And did Jim Starlin nearly kill off Shang-Chi?
The Say Anything frontman spoke with CBR about his digital first X-Men series and why an "everykid" mutant is a great entry to Marvel's X-universe.
"Vader Down" reaches its climax, the "Web Warriors" are back in action, a new Falcon takes flight, "Figment 2" concludes and much, much more.
Appearing on "Late Night with Seth Meyers," Marvel's Sana Amanat was asked what words Ms. Marvel might have for Republican frontrunner Donald Trump.
In a preview for Jeff Lemire, Greg Smallwood and Jordie Bellaire's "Moon Knight" #1, Marc Spector's life takes a startling new direction.
"Arrow" showrunner Marc Guggenheim and artist German Peralta make theirs Marvel as "Agents of SHIELD" engages in "The Coulson Protocols."
Warbringer make good on his name in "All-New Avengers" #3 as the youngest Avengers try to defeat him in a new issue by Mark Waid & Adam Kubert.
Wolverine has always worked well opposite younger female heroes and CSBG has the best examples of this trope. Will #1 be Kitty Pryde or Jubilee?
Get a first look at February's "Power Man and Iron Fist" #1 by David Walker & Sanford Greene and starring Marvel's original Heroes for Hire.
Max Bemis and Michael Walsh's "X-Men: Worst X-Man Ever" #1 "is one of the better, if more offbeat, X-Men stories among the latest relaunch."