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"X-Men Legacy" writer Si Spurrier takes on fan questions about his current run on the relaunched X-Men title and shares his plans for Legion, the mutant with many personalities.
CBR spoke with writer Matt Fraction about his Marvel NOW! plans for "Fantastic Four" and "FF" including the exploration of new territories with classic characters and classic rivalries with new characters.
In "Indestructible Hulk" #1, Bruce Banner launched a plan that would allow both him and his alter ego, the Hulk, to make the world a better place. We spoke with writer Mark Waid about how that deal will unfold.
Doug Zawisza gives "Deadpool" #2 4 stars, saying of the issue by Gerry Duggan, Brian Posehn and Tony Moore, "the story moves along and the creators deliver quite an adventure to absorb."
In "Avenging Spider-Man" #15.1, writer Chris Yost welcomes the new "Superior" era of Spider-Man. CBR spoke with Yost about the book that teams a new Spidey with a variety of Marvel heroes. Plus, exclusive art!
"Iron Man" and "Young Avengers" writer Kieron Gillen dropped by the CBR Tiki Room at New York Comic Con 2012 to discuss his take on Tony Stark, plans for a third "Phonogram" and more.
Writer Daniel Way discusses forming a new team of Marvel antiheroes for "Thunderbolts," featuring Red Hulk, Elektra, Venom, Deadpool and the Punisher as the newest public black-ops team in the Marvel Universe.
Marvel has revealed Joe Quesada’s variant cover for The Amazing Spider-Man #700, the final issue of the long-running series, which is ending as part of the Marvel NOW! initiative.
Writer Paul Cornell and artist Alan Davis team up for a new "Wolverine" ongoing series exploring the direction of the character following the events of "Avengers Vs. X-Men" for Marvel NOW! in March 2013.
The split-personality Marvel hero goes from Brian Michael Bendis' recent solo series to the "Age of Ultron" event as Moon Knight attacks in exclusive Bryan Hitch art from the long-gestating series.
Ryan K. Lindsay gives "Captain America" #1 by Rick Remender and John Romita, Jr. 4 stars, saying Remender "warps ideas, make the action intense and plans some serious fun" in the Marvel NOW! debut issue.
ROBOT 6's J. Caleb Mozzocco picks up "Fantastic Four" for the first time in years, noting the recent Marvel NOW! relaunch by Matt Fraction and Mark Bagley is "decent but unremarkable."
Some of the most debated parts of modern comics fall under the microscope this week as Marvel E-i-C Axel Alonso discusses artist choice, shipping delays and variants for Marvel NOW! titles like "Uncanny Avengers" and "Young Avengers."
Writer Joe Keatinge speaks about his upcoming "Morbius: The Living Vampire" series for Marvel NOW! that focuses on Spider-Man's undead sometimes-ally as he lives on the run following an escape from The Raft.
In Diamond's Gabriel NOW! column, Marvel SVP of Sales David Gabriel detailed the changes to the publisher's Premiere Hardcover collected editions and debuted a number of first looks at upcoming issues.
Marvel Comics' February solicitations reveal "X-Men" #41 written by Seth Peck with art by Jefte Palo will be the final issue of the series, even as the publisher continues to announce more titles for Marvel NOW!
In a new series launching with Marvel NOW!, the darkest X-team gets cast as mutant terrorists, and writer Dennis Hopeless explains his plans for "Cable And X-Force" as a superhero crime comic where the Uncanny Avengers are the bad guys.
Marvel has released a first look at "Fantastic Four" #2 written by Matt Fraction with art by Mark Bagley. The Marvel NOW! escapades of Marvel's First Family continue December 12.
In "Thor: God of Thunder" #1 writer Jason Aaron put past, present and future incarnations of Thor on the trail of a cosmic powered serial killer. CBR spoke with him about the issue's events.
Doug Zawisza gives "Thor: God of Thunder" #1 by Jason Aaron and Esad Ribic 4 stars, calling the Marvel NOW! debut of the Asgardian God "pulls out all the stops, bringing stories of Thor from across the timeline."
Writer Rick Remender welcomes team members Wonder Man, Wasp and Sunfire to he and John Cassaday's best-selling "Uncanny Avengers" launch, and the scribe discusses the cast, the long term plan, shipping delays and more.
"Uncanny Avengers" #1 debuts with over 300K in sales, but can Marvel NOW! maintain a strong performance in the months ahead? John Mayo crunches the numbers on this and "The Walking Dead's" top 10 appearance.
"Astonishing X-Men" writer Marjorie Liu takes the helm for this week's X-Position, answering all your questions about Cecelia Reyes, her dream team of X-Women and much more.
Greg McElhatton takes a look at Brian Bendis and Stuart Immonen's launch issue of "All-New X-Men," calling the Marvel NOW! debut "an extension of the last year or so of the various 'X-Men' titles."
Marvel NOW! opened big with Rick Remender and John Cassaday's "Uncanny Avengers" #1 topping October's sales while Robert Kirkman's "Walking Dead" shot up the charts to land in the top 10.
Writer Kieron Gillen speaks about his current run on "Iron Man" for Marvel NOW!, the recent debut and the second arc of the series, which features the lead-in to Tony's membership in the Guardians of the Galaxy.
It's a one-two punch from Marvel E-i-C Axel Alonso this week as he gives behind the scenes details from Brian Bendis' "Uncanny X-Men" and Cullen Bunns "Fearless Defenders" while talking "Avengers Arena" on CBR TV.
Writer Brian Michael Bendis discusses his plans for Marvel Comics' recently-revealed "Uncanny X-Men" relaunch for Marvel NOW! in February 2013. Plus, Chris Bachalo's full cover for the first issue.
Artist Chris Bachalo has confirmed his involvement in a new Marvel NOW! "Uncanny X-Men" series with writer Brian Michael Bendis that has a darker tone and a new cast following "AvX."
The latest series from Marvel's rolling relaunch brings together two unlikely female friends in the hands of creators Cullen Bunn and Will Sliney as Valkyrie and Misty Knight join "Fearless Defenders" in Marvel NOW!
This week Tony Stark welcomed the arrival of the Marvel NOW! era with the release of "Iron Man" #1 by writer Kieron Gillen and artist Greg Land. CBR spoke with Gillen about the debut issue.
Kelly Thompson gives "Deadpool" #1 by Gerry Duggan, Brian Posehn and Tony Moore 4.5 stars, saying the Merc With A Mouth's Marvel NOW! debut has "a clever concept that leaves lots of room for chaos and destruction."
James Hunt gives Kieron Gillen and Greg Land's "Iron Man" #1 4 stars, calling the Marvel NOW! launch issue "sees Tony Stark heading into uncharted waters and, crucially, makes a convincing argument for readers to tag along."
Writers Gerry Duggan and Brian Posehn celebrate Election Day with their very first X-Position on "Deadpool," which follows the Merc With A Mouth's quest to kill undead Presidents.
Writer Joshua Hale Fialkov expounds on Marvel Comics' upcoming "Alpha" miniseries that expands the role of Spider-Man's one-time sidekick as he migrates to Pittsburgh, PA in February.
CBR News spoke with writer Dan Slott about his final"Amazing Spider-Man" arc, "Dying Wish," and "Superior Spider-Man," a new title that spins out of the aftermath of December's "ASM" #700.
This January, writer/artist Frank Cho transports readers to a mysterious, primeval island with the launch of "Savage Wolverine." We spoke with him about his Marvel NOW! project.
In a hectic week in NYC, Marvel Senior Editor Mark Paniccia turns Axel Alonso's stomping grounds to PANIC-IN-CHARGE to talk the future of a smarter Hulk, a tortured Iron Man and changing Miles Morales.
Marvel has released another one-word teaser for its February-releasing Marvel NOW! titles, featuring the word "Uncanny" under the watch of Brian Michael Bendis and Chris Bachalo.