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October sees Marvel Comics launch nearly two dozen new series as the post-"Secret Wars" landscape takes shape.
Marvel Comics' latest variant promotion features artists paying homage to classic rap album covers, from Wu-Tang Clan to De La Soul and beyond!
The final trailer for the upcoming reboot directed by Josh Trank offers a solid look at the team's personalities, motivations and early origins.
Jessica Drew's street level status is threatened when the Marvel Universe ends and CBR spoke with Dennis Hopeless about the book's "Last Days" arc.
"Saga" #30 is "emotionally explosive," "Archie" #1 is the best first issue of the year, plus "Strange Fruit," "Starve," "Runaways" & more.
"The highlights of Noelle Stevenson and Sanford Green's 'Runaways' #2 remain the humor, dialogue and the team dynamic."
Sam Wilson and former Cap Steve Rogers will be at odds this October and CBR spoke with new "Captain America" writer Nick Spencer about his series.
Green Goblin wielding an Infinity Gauntlet? Marvel's latest return to "What If?" takes an alternate look at 2013's "Infinity" event.
Marc Guggenheim and Carlos Pacheco's "Squadron Sinister" #2 "feels like a freestanding, brand new adventure filled with fresh developments."
Marvel's most unstoppable hero returns with a new #1 in October and CBR spoke with Ryan North about Squirrel Girl's all-new, all-different status quo.
Head of Marvel Television Jeph Loeb spoke with CBR TV about his much-delayed "Captain America" book, "Daredevil's" success and Inhumans on TV.
Marvel Comics' new all-ages, in-continuity "Spidey" will star a teenage Peter Parker.
Axel Alonso, Chip Zdarsky, Robbie Thompson and more gather at Comic-Con to talk the latest developments in the Spider-Man books and related series.
The '90s "Deadpool" team of Joe Kelly and Ed McGuinness are back in action at Marvel, this time bringing Spider-Man along for the ride.
Have no fear, Squirrel Girl fans: Ryan North and Erica Henderson are returning for a new #1 in October, as part of the wider Marvel relaunch.
Marvel's Daywalker returns with a new title and a new partner -- his teenage daughter, Fallon Grey, and CBR spoke with Tim Seeley about the series.
With Marvel's "Secret Wars" currently unfolding, superstar writer Jonathan Hickman addresses fans in a solo spotlight panel at Comic-Con.
Jason Aaron & Kieron Gillen discuss "Vader Down," the six-issue "Star Wars" crossover event beginning in November from from Marvel Comics.
Marvel's Star Wars line heads to its first crossover in November with "Vader Down," to be written by Jason Aaron and Kieron Gillen.
Ryan "Agent M" Penagos and more run through what's coming up for Marvel's games, apps, Infinite Comics and more.
Gerry Duggan tells CBR about working with Phil Noto on Marvel's newest "Star Wars" miniseries, "Chewbacca," starring Han Solo's best wookiee pal.
CBR spoke with Tom Taylor about his "Secret Wars" one-shot where the Agents fight for justice in a domain run by Baron Zemo and S.H.I.E.L.D.
With Elektra making her TV debut in "Daredevil" Season 2, CSBG examines Frank Miller's landmark "farewell" to the character, "Elektra Lives Again."
The minds behind Earth's Mightest Heroes open up about what's in store for Captain America, Iron Man and company in "All-New, All-Different Marvel."
CBR reveals the covers to "Captain America -- Sam Wilson," "Uncanny X-Men" and more -- and debuts the first colored interior page from "Invincible Iron Man."
"Secret Wars" mastermind Jonathan Hickman is joined by editor Tom Brevoort and writer Sam Humphries to discuss the currently unfolding Marvel event.
Marvel Comics continues to roll out their "Star Wars" line of comics with a new "Chewbacca" limited series by Gerry Duggan and Phil Noto.
Celebrate Aunt May's impending film return with a spotlight on the most awkward interactions she's ever had with her nephew, Peter Parker!
"Guardians of Knowhere," "Siege" & "Hail Hydra" join the "Secret Wars," Scott Lang gets an annual and Fraction & Aja give "Hawkeye" a finale.
Axel Alonso, Charles Soule, Cullen Bunn, Jeff Lemire and Humberto Ramos reveal what's in store for Marvel's uncanny characters post-"Secret Wars."
With Aunt May cast in the new "Spider-Man" film, CSBG revisits her strangest story ever -- not a dream, not a hoax -- when May was the herald of Galactus!
Writer/artist Skottie Young discusses his new Image series, how its original 'dirty' title lives on, and his approach to both art and writing.
Medusa is none too pleased when she discovers Black Bolt behind the Battleworld resistance in Charles Soule & John Timms' "Attilan Rising" #3.
Revealed at the Hasbro Publicity breakfast, the popular character gets her own action figure along with members of the Superior Spider-Man Foes.
An insert found in the Body Issue of ESPN The Magazine will feature artist interviews and new images of heroes like Daredevil and Captain Marvel.
This is the final round! Marvel's "Hawkeye" #22 sees the award-winning run come to a close as the Hawkeyes take on the Tracksuits one last time.
The Hulk is about to get "Totally Awesome" as part of the "All-New, All-Different" Marvel roster, but who could this new Green Goliath be?
CSBG counts down the top five times Peter Parker decided to hang up the webs and call it a day on his vigilante career as Spider-Man.
Alex Maleev's cover for "Lando" #2 finds Mr. Calrissian lounging in a familiar looking throne.
Scott Lang is surrounded by villains when "Ant-Man" returns in a new series, and writer Nick Spencer tells CBR News whether or not he's broken bad.