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"Squirrel Girl" chooses her own adventure, "Spider-Women" continues, Venom makes a choice, Elektra visits "Daredevil" and more from Marvel!
CSBG looks at the times eleven different Marvel Comics superheroes turned down Avengers membership, from Spider-Man to... the Black Cat?!
Jeff Lemire and Ramon Perez "brought a strong authorial voice to this series... and they go out on a high note" in "All-New Hawkeye" #6.
In Mark Waid and Mahmud Asrar's "All-New, All-Different Avengers" #11, the Avengers must stage a prison break on the Stalag of Space.
Marvel's most anticipated July releases include a hero's shocking death, another's resurrection, a new Deadpool ongoing, Apocalypse and more.
The truth about Tony Stark's parents reveals secrets about the Marvel Universe in Brian Michael Bendis & Alex Maleev's "International Iron Man."
Businessman pleads guilty to role in robbery! Marvel's 1977 "Star Wars" #1 sells for $7,200! "Late Night's" Seth Meyers talks comics! Plus more!
The explosive finale to Marvel's epic "Avengers" crossover arrives in thrilling fashion from writer Nick Spencer and artist Daniel Acuna.
In a new feature on inexplicable plot points, CSBG examines how Spider-Man missed the final battle against Onslaught in the middle of Central Park.
The art for the upcoming "Civil War II" comes to life in this animated teaser for the mega Marvel event.
Al Ewing tells CBR how giant monsters ended up in his "Avengers: Standoff" issues and how they set the stage for the team's role in "Civil War II."
Skottie Young may be leaving "Rocket Raccoon and Groot," but he has a new project in the works that fans of his "Little Marvel" series will like.
Jim Lee and John Byrne are all over Marvel's Fall releases, and what do Fred Hembeck and Scottie Young have in common? The Avengers!
"All-New Wolverine" writer Tom Taylor tackles your questions about Angel and Kimura, and even debuts a song!
Marvel's heroes align behind Iron Man or Captain Marvel in "Civil War II," the dead rise in "Squadron Supreme," Thunderbolts vs. Inhumans & more!
Mary Jane enters the fray, Iron Man learns the truth about his parents, "Apocalypse Wars" concludes and more!
Some comic book moments look amusing in hindsight, and CSBG revisits when Tony Stark created a rogue A.I. that conquered the world... before Ultron.
David Walker tells CBR about Luke Cage & Danny Rand's new case, its ties to the ideological schism of Marvel's big event and how it affects them.
G. Willow Wilson, Kelly Thompson and Jorge Molina's "A-Force" #4 "gives readers the camaraderie, compassion and quips they've come to love and expect."
The "Last Flight of Harbinger" story will introduce a squad of elite stormtroopers led by a familiar face and designed by Molina.
Writer Tom King tells CBR about his plans for the VIsion and his synthezoid family, the secrets that have been exposed and the answers yet to come.
CSBG has a library of top five lists, including the top five times Marvel's "What If...?" comics came true, like "What if Phoenix Had Not Died?"
Get an early look at upcoming Marvel releases exclusive to CBR, including art by Gurihiru, Salva Espin, and Valerio Schiti.
With Michael Keaton joining Marvel & Sony's "Spider-Man" movie as the villain, we look at which comic book bad guy he might bring to life.
CSBG has an archive of mysteries that took years to resolve, like who freed the symbiote when Spider-Man gave it to the Fantastic Four to keep safe.
"Captain America: Civil War" features the biggest cast of any Marvel movie to date, but on which side did those characters fall in the 2006 event series?
Christos Gage and Ruth Fletcher Gage will join Kris Anka on "Captain Marvel" when Carol Danvers enters the fray in Marvel Comics' "Civil War II."
Axel Alonso discusses Marvel's big new launches, including the "Star Wars: C-3PO" one-shot and "Gwenpool," plus Deadpool's latest ongoing series.
Chelsea Cain and Kate Niemczyk's "Mockingbird" #2 "bodes well for the series as a whole and shows the creators' versatility."
Fans can get an official Marvel MasterCard in one of five designs featuring the Avengers, Captain America, Spider-Man, Iron Man and the Guardians.
CSBG marvels at the astonishing amount of money Peter Parker was initially paid to take photographs of Spider-Man.
Brian Michael Bendis and David Marquez light the fuse on Marvel Comics' next event in this preview for "Civil War II" #1!
Marvel's synthezoid Avenger is more than one of the most powerful beings on the planet -- he's also a bona fide fashionista!
Joshua Williamson tells CBR how "Standoff" affects his series, Absorbing Man's time in a Pleasant Hill prison and the crossover's fallout.
"Karnak" is back, "Apocalypse Wars" continues in "Extraordinary X-Men," "Animal House" concludes in "Howard the Duck" and more.
"Fans will find a... kind of wonder" in James Robinson and Tony Harris' grand "Star Wars Special: C-3PO" #1.
Jason Aaron teams with artists Russell Dauterman and Rafa Garres for a special tale involving Loki in the present and Young Thor in the past.
Mark Waid and Mahmud Asrar unmask the new Wasp in this preview of "All-New, All-Different Avengers" #9!
CSBG refreshes our memory about Galactus' first appearance and how he vowed to never attack Earth again after that. But he did, so what happened?
Brett White's been reading some old 1990s Marvel comics and he's surprised to see so much substance tucked in all those pouches.