"Revolution" Ends, "TMNT/Batman:TAS" Begins in IDW's November 2016 Solicitations
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Director Marc Webb and stars Andrew Garfield, Jamie Foxx and Dane DeHaan talk about bringing Spider-Man back to the big screen for the arachnid hero's latest adventure.
CBR spoke with writer Matt Fraction about his plans for "Hawkeye" including Clint Barton's adventures on the East Coast & Kate Bishop's exploits on the West Coast with Lucky AKA Pizza Dog.
Meagan Damore gives "All-New X-Men" #14 4.5 stars, saying Brian Michael Bendis and Stuart Immonen "add another great chapter" to the ongoing series.
Writer Jason Aaron tells CBR about "Amazing X-Men," a new ongoing series that kicks off in November with a new team of X-Men on a mission to save one of their most beloved fallen members: Nightcrawler.
Continuing with his nearly all-female line up on Marvel's "X-Men," Brian Wood is joined by artist Terry Dodson for the next arc which features the pointy return of Lady Deathstrike.
In a special Marvel Comics CCI panel, creative forces Brian Michael Bendis, Frank Brunner, John Romita, Jr. and Roy Thomas gathered to celebrate 50 years of Marvel's most iconic heroes.
At the San Diego Comic-Con International X-Men panel, Brian Michael Bendis, Brian Posehn, Peter David and more announced new titles and the return of Nightcrawler in new series "Amazing X-Men."
Hasbro went all out and created a huge “fight scene” diorama on the CCI floor featuring Marvel characters of all shapes and sizes, including a few custom figures built specifically for the display.
Marvel's "Uncanny Avengers" gets a new artist in November when Steve McNiven joins writer Rick Remender for the biggest, most violent arc the series has seen to date.
CSBG examines abandoned comic book stories and ideas that were explained away by other writers, including the latest addition -- the time Luke Cage was wanted for the murder of his best friend, Iron Fist.
Marvel Comics' chief architects of the "Infinity" event, including E-i-C Axel Alonso, writers Sam Humphries, Rick Remender, Charles Soule and Nick Spencer, took to San Diego to tease the upcoming series and tie-ins.
"Indestructible Hulk" writer Mark Waid spoke with CBR about his upcoming "Hulk: Agent Of T.I.M.E." storyline and Bruce Banner/Hulk's mission to repair the timestream damage caused in "Age of Ultron."
Marvel Chief Creative Officer Joe Quesada, E-i-C Axel Alonso and more special guests take on all questions about the Marvel Universe in media from comics, movies, TV and beyond.
December's "Afterparty" arc beginning in "Young Avengers" #14 by Kieron Gillen & Jamie McKelvie celebrates New Year's Eve and concludes the duo's yearlong story -- plus plenty of special guest artists.
Kieron Gillen & Adam Kubert journey back to the formative years of James Howlett in November's "Wolverine: Origin II" and CBR spoke with Gillen about the miniseries that picks up where the original left off.
Among the upcoming projects teased by Marvel Comics Senior VP of Sales David Gabriel during Comic-Con International's annual retailer's lunch were new Marvel NOW! launches and a Marvelman project.
At San Diego's Comic-Con Marvel Ultimate Universe panel E.I.C. Alex Alonso, Brian Michael Bendis and Joshua Fialkov discuss their books and announced "Cataclysm," the story that will let the Marvel and Ultimate Universes collide.
CBR News spoke with "Superior Spider-Man" writer Dan Slott about "Darkest Hours," a new arc beginning in November that puts the eponymous hero face to face with Flash Thompson AKA Venom.
CBR was at the Marvel: Superior Spider-Man panel where editor Steve Wacker, writer Nick Spencer and others discussed the superior web-slinger, his foes and possibly even romance.
Brian Michael Bendis and a lineup of Marvel's digital leaders gather in San Diego to discuss the future of the publisher's online efforts from Infinite Comics to new video series.
Augie begins a new series looking at the experiments Marvel took in the early 2000s. This week, he focuses on "Gus Beezer" and "Black Widow." One works much better than the other, but both are worthy experiments.
James Asmus joins X-Position to discuss the impending conclusion of "Gambit," fielding questions about the hypothetical future of the series, his favorite moments and more. Plus, exclusive art!
CBR News spoke with Nick Spencer about the "Avengers" arc he's currently co-writing with Jonathan Hickman titled "The Signal," a prelude to Marvel's "Infinity" event. Plus, exclusive art!
Gazillion Entertainment's free-to-play "Marvel Heroes" MMO will debut an enhanced "Superior Spider-Man" costume for Spidey, which features a new look, movement and alternative voice work.
Marvel Comics has released several new variant covers as "Guardians of the Galaxy" goes retro, "Superior Foes of Spider-Man" gets the drop on Spidey and "Superior Carnage" is sufficiently creepy.
Marvel Comics and developer GREE have partnered to bring a "Battle of the Atom"-themed mobile game to iOS and Android, which will tie-in to the upcoming X-Men crossover event.
An enthusiastic, and optimistic, Hugh Jackman wonders why Wolverine, the Avengers and Spider-Man can't team up in one movie, with the three studios splitting the costs.
Jimmy Palmiotti's unkillable tough girl returns to comics via Marvel's creator-owned Icon imprint, and the creator exclusively tells CBR why "Painkiller Jane" is more sexual and personal than she's ever been.
James Hunt gives "Superior Spider-Man" #13 by Dan Slott, Christos Gage and Giuseppe Camuncoli 4 stars calling the issue "darkly fascinating and utterly unpredictable."
Kelly Thompson gives "Hawkeye" #12 by Matt Fraction and Francesco Francavilla 4.5 stars, calling the series "one of the best, funniest, sharpest and most innovative superhero books."
Angela co-creator Todd McFarlane has commented on Angela's appearance in Marvel Comics' "Guardians of the Galaxy," following her official introduction during "Age of Ultron" #10.
CBR spoke with "Iron Man" writer Kieron Gillen about November's "Iron Metropolitan" arc which finds Tony Stark back on Earth, redefining the idea of future living and operating in the shadow of the Mandarin.
CSBG has collected instances of comic writers using their work to poke fun at other comic books and their creators, and the latest installment looks at the Great Lakes Avengers making fun of "Identity Crisis."
Jeff Parker beefs up for December's "Indestructible Hulk Annual," teaming the title character with another one of the Marvel Universe's most dangerous combination of intellect and strength, the Invincible Iron Man.
CBR News spoke with writer Christos Gage about November's "Superior Spider-Man Annual" which examines the bonds between Otto Octavius and Aunt May and pits Spidey against the villainous Blackout.
With a wave of announcements hitting this week centering on imprints in the Marvel line, Editor-in-Chief Axel Alonso explains the modern pitch for Marvel Knights and the story behind "Fantomex MAX."
Marvel has provided CBR with an exclusive first look at artist Leonel Castellani's LEGO variant cover for "Daredevil" #31, featuring an homage cover to Steve McNiven's "Amazing Spider-Man" #546
This week, did Marvel really edit a Stan Lee nude centerfold out of a comic book? Plus, did Thor almost have a spin-off comic in the 1970s? And has Charlie Brown ever actually won a baseball game?
A newly released clip from James Mangold's "The Wolverine" details a fight sequence between Wolverine and Shingen Yashida, as the head of the Yashida family comes in second.