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In anticipation of the new "Death of X" storyline, Marvel Comics will release 20 variant covers featuring the deaths of iconic mutants.
Dan Slott and Javier Garron give fans a Free Comic Book Day treat by kicking off "The Spider-Event of the Year."
CSBG's archive of bad comic book ideas includes the "Civil War" story that compared Japanese internment camps during WWII to Spider-Man.
Make it a Mighty Marvel Mother's Day with new art from "Spider-Woman" #8, "Old Man Logan" #8 and "Thunderbolts" #2, plus new "Deadpool" covers.
The original Captain America is back just in time, as old foes reveal themselves and old friends join the fun.
Joe Simon's great eye for design was once tested by... a delicious frozen treat?! Learn the bizarre origin of Captain America's greatest foe.
The "Civil War" sequel has only just begun, and major players of the Marvel Universe are already beginning to fall.
CSBG's library of top five lists includes a look at the biggest continuity conflicts during "Civil War," like if registered heroes work for SHIELD.
CSBG has a collection of comic plots possibly best forgotten, like when Iron Man provoked a war with Atlantis to end the superhero Civil War.
To commemorate "Captain America: Civil War," CSBG spotlights past legends about the two men at the center of "Civil War" -- Cap and Iron Man!
Axel Alonso talks Marvel's Free Comic Book Day offerings and "Punisher" ultra-violence, along with a look back at the original "Civil War" event.
Mondo gives a nod to the corner boxes of classic Marvel comics with this collection of "Captain America: Civil War" enamel pins.
In honor of "Captain America: Civil War," learn whether Captain America and Iron Man were supposed to face off during Marvel's first "Civil War!"
Mark Brooks' art for "Han Solo" #1 features Chewie and Leia -- and Han getting into trouble.
With Marvel's "Captain America: Civil War" now in theaters, CSBG revisits the top five comic book fights between Captain America and Iron Man.
Coates & Stelfreeze's "Black Panther" #2, "Spider-Women" continues in "Silk," "Darth Vader" begins a new arc, Deadpool vs. Sabretooth and more.
Preview Marc Guggenheim and German Peralta's "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." #5, which sees the comics debut of Agent Ward.
Believe it or not, for decades Captain America's shield wasn't indestructible. Find out when it finally became that way!
The Russo brothers discuss their November start on "Infinity War" production and the work they've done on the scripts.
Kelly Thompson and Ben Caldwell's "A-Force" #5 "is fun and exciting, even as there are strong character and plot hooks to keep readers coming back."
One of Marvel's latest comics deals with the fallout of "Secret Wars" as well as the spreading Terrigen Mists, which has affected a major mutant.
Meet the new Wasp, not the same as the old Wasp, in Marvel's "All-New, All-Different Avengers" #9 by Mark Waid and Mahmud Asrar.
Jim Zub and Jon Malin's "Thunderbolts" #1 "is a throwback full of punches, guns and crazy twists."
"Civil War II: The Fallen" and "Civil War: The Accused" are both on the way in August from Marvel, but that's about it for details at this point.
Becky Cloonan and Steve Dillon's "Punisher" #1 from Marvel delivers genuinely shocking, over-the-top action in its debut.
A few faces from the X-Men's past, including some super villains, make a big return as "Uncanny X-Men" tears through "Apocalypse Wars."
The "Captain America: Civil War" helmers confirm that the the titles for the third/fourth "Avengers" movies are only temporary.
Writer Becky Cloonan maps out her "Punisher" run, which sends Frank on a road trip to wipe out a dangerous new drug cartel.
Ta-Nehisi Coates explains the appeal of Marvel's African king in an attempt to woo new readers to comics.
As Cap prepares to battles Iron Man in "Captain America: Civil War," CBR remembers the way's he's proven to be Marvel's MVP.
The legendary artist brings a multitude of looks to Steve Rogers for the character's 75th anniversary celebration.
"Nova" writer Sean Ryan spoke with CBR News about his title's "Civil War II" tie-in, as Sam Alexander ponders his place in the larger hero community.
"Charles Soule's fluid script and Matteo Buffagni's kinetic art literally hit home on the rooftops of Hell's Kitchen" in "Daredevil" #6.
G. Willow Wilson and Nico Leon's "sincerity and light touch are able to make mundane Hallmark-like sentiments feel meaningful again" in "Ms. Marvel" #6.
In this new interview, Chadwick Boseman shares the unusual circumstances which led to a very unexpected call from Marvel about playing T'Challa.
Is the combined might and cunning of three Spider-Women a match for Earth-65's Cindy Moon and her agents of SILK?
Writer Kieron Gillen spoke with CBR about "End of Games," the next arc of his Star Wars series that pays off a number of long running storylines.
Start your May off right by perusing new Marvel art from "Daredevil" #7, "Star Wars" #19, "Doctor Strange" #8 and more.
CSBG answers a variety of reader-submitted questions, like their latest -- has the Incredible Hulk ever lifted Thor's hammer, Mjolnir?
CSBG has a library of top five countdowns, including the latest, the five coolest moments from Marvel's original "Civil War" crossover event.