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This week, was Marvelman supposed to show up at the original ending of Age of Ultron? Was Nightmare originally going to be Nightcrawler's father?
Joe Quesada explains why it took so long for "Miracleman" to return, when new material will hit and why the "Marvelman" name was set aside.
Check out Timothy Callahan's comprehensive history of Marvelman/Miracleman in preparation for the Marvel revival of the character in January.
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.
Marvel's latest mega-event hit its conclusion this week, with huge consequences for the Marvel Universe, but Steve Sunu notes that the finale of "Age of Ultron" has created more questions than it answered.
CCO Joe Quesada shares his vision for how Neil Gaiman's Angela had to appear in the Marvel U and the behind the scenes story of Disney's animated "Big Hero 6." Plus, a peek at Angela in "Guardians of the Galaxy"" UPDATED with new art.
It was the opposite of a slow news week, so Augie covers the highlights, including DC's hiring and retention practices, Marvel's Marvelman (lack of) plans, Quantum and Woody's return and more.
In “By the Numbers,” ROBOT 6 takes a look back at the events of the past five days … in numbers. This week the focus is on Angela, Marvelman, DC Comics' surprise departures, and "The Private Eye."
Marvel has announced Neil Gaiman's return to the Marvel Universe with the final issue of "Age of Ultron" as the "Sandman" scribe steps in to help with "AoU" and add one-time Spawn nemesis Angela to the Marvel U.
The latest Marvel NOW! series teaser is more mysterious than most, coming with no creative team attached and pitching retailers on the idea of something "Superior" in the offing. Could this be the long-awaited return of Marvelman?
Marvel Comics writers discuss the fate of many of Marvel's long-lost and obscure characters, their love of "Marvel Fanfare," what it's like to kill planned story arcs and more at ECCC.
The British writer-artist whose reimagining of an American icon led to the UK's first breakthrough superhero, Marvelman creator Mick Anglo passed away recently leaving questions still to the legal fate of his creation.
Comic shop owner Jud Meyers talks out issues of retail, fandom and more with Tom Brevoort, from debate over Marvel's lack of a Vertigo-like line, sales on comic book deaths and the status of Neil Gaiman's "Marvelman."
Marvel Comics has provided CBR with covers and solicit information for product shipping December 2010, including the latest from "Amazing Spider-Man," "X-Men," "Avengers," "Chaos War," "What If" and more.
Marvel editor Tom Brevoort welcomed fans to an informal chat at Baltimore Comic-Con, where he answered questions about Spider-Man and Mary Jane, Marvelman, the Blue Marvel, "events" and more.
Marvel Comics has provided CBR with covers and solicit information for product shipping November 2010, including the latest from "Tron," "X-Men," "Avengers," "Shadowland," the final issue of "Daredevil" and more.
Marvel Comics has released a pin-up by artist Jae Lee from this month's "Marvelman Classic Primer," featuring the Marvelman family soaring through the sky. The Primer goes on sale Wednesday, July 21.
Marvel Comics has provided CBR with covers and solicit information for product shipping September 2010, including the latest from "Thor," "X-Men," "Deadpool," "Shadowland," "Avengers" and much more.
Marvel has released images and solicitation information for new comics on sale in August 2010, including "Avengers" #4, more from "Shadowland," the finale of "World War Hulks" and more.
Marvel has released images and solicitation information for new comics on sale in July 2010, including "X-Men" #1, "Avengers: The Children's Crusade," "Steve Rogers: Super Soldier," and much more.
Marvel's recently promoted vice president-executive editor discussedall things Marvel at WonderCon, including event fatigue, "Second Coming," Marvel's movie slate, the Disney buyout and, of course, Deadpool.
Marvel Comics EiC Joe Quesada is back for an all-new CUP O' JOE with answers to some of the hottest topics in Marveldom, from the long search to find a screen Steve Rogers to Marvel on the iPad and more!
Marvel has released images and solicitation information for new comics on sale in June 2010, including "New Avengers," "Astonishing X-Men," ""Avengers Academy," "Heralds" and much more.
Longtime legal debates and questions about classic Alan Moore and Neil Gaiman work are all set aside as Marvel Comics plan to move forward first with a wave of reprints spotlighting Mick Anglo's original British Marvelman tales.
In this week's all new CUP O' Q&A, Marvel Editor-in-Chief Joe Quesada answers your questions about all things Marvel, including Marvelman and the X-Men, plus exclusive art from "Punisher!"
Tim takes on the experimental Miracleman work of Neil Gaiman and Mark Buckingham, wraps up his retrospective on the Marvelman character, and looks at what might have been and what might still happen.
With the announcement that Marvel had acquired the rights to Marvelman, one voice in the long legal struggles surrounding the charcter hasn’t been heard from – Todd McFarlane. Until now. Updated
In the first post-Comic-Con edition of CUP O' JOE, Marvel Editor-in-Chief Joe Quesada talks to CBR about his convention experience, Marvel's big Marvelman news, and how the publisher plans to structure its new "events."
Sparked by recent announcements from Comic-Con, Tim launches into a multi-part exploration of 'Marvelman' by showing what made the Alan Moore series so revolutionary all those years ago. Plus, a forgotten controversy resurrected!
The artist behind the last original 'Miracleman' stories published in the U.S. reacts to the news and teases the possible future of he and Neil Gaiman's unfinished masterpiece
Joe Quesada presents the creative process behind the creation of the first official Marvelman piece of artwork in nearly two decades in this special Comic-Con International edition of Cup O' Doodles.
Marvel Comics has announced at Comic-Con International that they have acquired the rights to the Marvelman character, celebrating the occasion with an illustration drawn by none other than Joe Quesada himself.
Rich has the latest on the legal status of Miracleman and what's next for the embattled property. Plus, Disney Comics go BOOM!, the MCM Comics Expo and an important announcement about the future of LYING IN THE GUTTERS.