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Sam Humphries and Alti Firmansyah introduce "Star-Lord and Kitty Pryde" -- though maybe not the Kitty Pryde you expect -- to "Secret Wars."
Marvel Studios' Will Corona Pilgrim talks his new Marvel Cinematic Universe tie-ins from the adventures of Young Hank Pym to Hawkeye's Hydra vendetta.
Latour & Rodriguez's "Spider-Gwen" #1 "is fun, familiar, energetic and invigorating, the art is engaging and the character has nothing but potential."
Former WWE Champion CM Punk and "Chew" artist Rob Guillory discuss their "Thor Annual" story with CBR, and their goal of getting Galactus drunk.
With Marvel's next big event on the horizon, the "Storm" scribe tackles your questions about everything from super villains to "Secret Wars."
Marvel Comics has debuted a new 2-page spread from the "Black Vortex" crossover illustrated by newly-exclusive artist Andrea Sorrentino.
First teased in October, Marvel has officially announced "Age of Ultron vs. Marvel Zombies" from writer James Robinson and artist Steve Pugh.
In "Silver Surfer" #9, Slott and Allred "break out serious storytelling skills" to spin "a great single issue example of what this crew can create."
The all-female Avengers title starring She-Hulk, Dazzler, Medusa, Nico Minoru & Singularity arrives in May, and we suggest more Marvel heroes who could join.
As Soule and Pulido's "She-Hulk" concludes with its 12th issue, the series' ending is "saccharine, but not bad words to live by, like most classic morals."
By "submerging the reader alongside Sam in the world of Captain America," Remender and Immonen's "All-New Captain America" #4 "provides a deeper appreciation" for Sam Wilson.
The Thors of multiple worlds will team up for an investigation into the heart of "Secret Wars'" Battleworld in the latest event series.
REVIEW: Bendis and Marquez's "Miles Morales: The Ultimate Spider-Man" #10 "Continues to be a Homerun Book"
Brian Michael Bendis and David Marquez's "Miles Morales: The Ultimate Spider-Man" #10 is "the latest issue of this consistently wonderful series."
Ahead of its home video release, "Big Hero 6's" directors and voice actors discuss the film's importance and the possibility of a sequel.
"Big Hero 6" came up big tonight at the Academy Awards, winning the Oscar for Best Animated Feature.
Kick back on Oscar Sunday with new Marvel art by Stuart Immonen, W. Scott Forbes, Kris Anka, Jill Thompson and Erica Henderson.
With "Guardians of the Galaxy's" voice cast now revealed, here are the other Marvel properties we'd like to see get the animated treatment.
Inspired by the first "Ant-Man" trailer, a designer set out to recreate Paul Rudd's iconic helmet -- and challenged himself to do it in a day.
Greg Pak and Al Barrionuevo's "Storm" #8 is "an awesome story about Storm as a populist superhero."
Axel Alonso discusses how new launches like "Silk," "Spider-Gwen" and "Ghost Racers" are a response to "changing demographics" of Marvel readers.
The wildest ride in the wilderness becomes the newest collaboration between Marvel and Disney Imagineering from Dennis Hopeless & Tigh Walker.
Ghost Riders of the past, present an future collide when "Secret Wars" pits them against each other on Battleworld.
Despite some hit-or-miss execution, Thompson and Lee's "Silk" #1 "has strong humor and unusually fine attention to psychological realism."
Writer Robbie Thompson talks to CBR in-depth about Cindy Moon's first post "Spider-Verse" adventure in "Silk" #1, and his future plans for the series.
"A-Force" co-writer Marguerite Bennett reveals the all-female's battle plan going into the Battleworld-set opening arc.
The breakout star of "Spider-Verse" flies solo, the second volume of "Uncanny Avengers" continues and more of Marvel's big Feb. 25 releases.
"Ms. Marvel," "Black Widow," "Punisher" and "Silver Surfer" are among the titles that enter their "Last Days" in the wake of "Secret Wars."
Marvel Comics' newest "Star Wars" series continues as Kieron Gillen and Salvador Larroca follow the Sith Lord's dark journey after "A New Hope."
Joe Caramagna discusses the challenge and importance in adapting Marvel's animated series to comics to help create a new generation of readers.
You can feel the familial animosity in this exclusive look at Alex Ross' web-exclusive variant cover for Marvel's "Princess Leia" #1.
The writer shares his insight with CBR on the events of "Darth Vader" #1, and talks villain-protagonists like Walter White & Frank Underwood.
When "Silk" #2 arrives in March, will Robbie Thompson and Stacey Lee be bringin along a familiar Spider-for for the ride?
Greg Pak is the next guest for X-Position and CBR wants your questions for the "Storm" writer.
CSBG takes a look at the extremely short-lived love triangle between Cyclops, Jean Grey and Forge
The "Last Days" of the Marvel U are near, but Magneto is going to do his best to prevent them as Cullen Bunn leads him into the "Secret Wars."
The writer of Marvel's weekly "Wolverines" series slashes through your questions and discusses character cameos.
Dan Abnett discusses the universe-threatening time collapse and his futuristic crew's impending team-up with the present day Guardians of the Galaxy.
The Morrison/Quitely-era X-Men and Skottie Young's Marville babies are just some of the characters now taking part in "Secret Wars."
The month where "Secret Wars" begins also brings plenty more unexpected developments from Marvel, including the "Superior Iron Woman."
"Secret Wars" kicks off as the disparate realities of the Marvel Universe are compressed into a single Battleworld in May's solicitations.