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"Charles Soule's fluid script and Matteo Buffagni's kinetic art literally hit home on the rooftops of Hell's Kitchen" in "Daredevil" #6.
Start your May off right by perusing new Marvel art from "Daredevil" #7, "Star Wars" #19, "Doctor Strange" #8 and more.
Fresh from debuting on Netflix's "Marvel's Daredevil," Elektra makes her comic book return in the "Elektric Connection" arc, starting this month.
As Daredevil and Punisher duke it out on Netflix, check out new Marvel art from "Daredevil," "Punisher" and "Daredevil/Punisher: Seventh Circle."
"Thanks to a fun story, handsome art and some good colors from Marte Gracia, Dan Slott and Matteo Buffagni's 'Amazing Spider-Man' #8 is a winner."
Dan Slott and Matteo Buffagni's "Amazing Spider-Man" #7 shows "how strong this series has been to date, while its twists make it stand apart."
Marvel presents a first look at Kelly Sue DeConnick & Matteo Buffagni's "Avengers Assemble" #21, which brings Spider-Girl into "Inhumanity."
This winter, Warren Ellis joins regular series writer Kelly Sue DeConnick on "Avengers Assemble" in December, for an arc tying-in to Marvel's upcoming "Inhumanity" event.
Meagan Damore gives Kelly Sue DeConnick and Matteo Buffagni's "Avengers Assemble" #16 4 stars, saying DeConnick tackles the issue "with her usual grace and style."
Award-winning crime novelist Megan Abbott makes her comics debut in "Untold Tales of the Punisher MAX" #3. CBR spoke with her about the issue and her unpublished Vertigo graphic novel.
Writer Nathan Edmondson examines the past of one of the Ultimate Universe’s most flawed heroes in the 4-issue "Ultimate Comics Iron Man." CBR spoke with him for details.
This week's "Daken: Dark Wolverine" #20 sets up the series finale, and Wolverine's psychopathic son isn't going gentle into that good night. CBR spoke with writer Rob Williams about the book.
Rob Williams spoke with us about taking on "Daken: Dark Wolverine," moving the character to Los Angeles and how his work on 2000AD's "Low Life" helped prepare him to take on Marvel's most conniving character.