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As "Agents of SHIELD" heads to its season one endgame, a new poster by Mike Del Mundo teases the inevitable encounter with The Clairvoyant.
"Batman" is under lockdown, "Winter Soldier's" on a "Bitter March," "Kick-Ass 3" goes vintage Americana and more!
In this week's CotW, Lying Cat gets her due, Legion lives up to his name, Deadpool's zombie homages continue and more!
This week, Chris Samnee's "Daredevil" sinks, Poison Ivy charms, "X-Men Legacy" waits patiently and "Thunderbolts" double-dips.
Writer Haden Blackman speaks about taking over "Elektra" from Zeb Wells and his plans for reinventing the assassin for Marvel Comics.
CBR talks to Kieron Gillen about March's "Iron Man" storyline, which finds Tony Stark once again in unfamiliar territory as "Thor" villain Malekith attacks.
This week, we praise a nun with guns, a bearded Hulk, simian superheroes, a giant Strife and a smelly knight!
CBR has the exclusive first look at Chris Samnee, Mik Del Mundo and Skottie Young's latest Marvel Comics variants.
Marvel has released the first look inside the covers of of Brandon Seifert and Karl Moline's "Disney Kingdoms: Seekers of the Weird" #1
Bunnies march, the Bleeding Monk picks your brain, the Movement goes propaganda, Legion hunt sand Penguin stands in the Dark Knight's shadow.
Writer Brandon Seifert and Editor Bill Rosemann open up a lost theme park attraction in "Disney Kingdoms: Seekers of the Weird," exploring the origin of the wild ride.
CBR News spoke with writer Zeb Wells about his new "Elektra" ongoing series, which finds the titular master assassin hunting for a new direction in life and new ways to apply her lethal skill set.
Marvel has announced "Disney Kingdoms: Seekers of the Weird" by Brandon Seifert and Karl Moline, the first in a series of comics based on the worlds, attractions and characters of Disney parks.
The Marvel teaser image train keeps rolling, this time with writer Zeb Wells and artist Mike Del Mundo paired on a book involving an "Assassin" of some sort, to be revealed next week at New York Comic Con.
This week, Lono does the Monster Mash, Daredevil tries to keep his head, Judge Dredd breaks glass, Legion goes a few rounds and "Fables" searches for a rose amid the thorns.
This week, Dexter does a little lawn work, "Hit" gets a little literal (and bloody), Legion gets a new hairdo, X-Factor Investigations closes up shop and an impossible astronaut counts crows.
This week, Lono brings a Chihuahua to a gunfight, Gotham City meets Neo-Gotham, Lobster Johnson tiptoes through the lotuses, Kate Kane wrestles with demons, and lil’ Legion goes for a ride.
This week, physics go haywire, Hank and Jean go all "Young Romance," Deadpool is the bomb, RoboCop takes a last stand, The Shadow gets the spotlight and Joe Fitzgerald goes to hell.
This week, physics go haywire, Captain Midnight goes Art Deco, Psylocke goes for a tattoo, Legion goes gaming and the Hulk declares his independence.
This week, Earth-2 braces for war, Legion plays with (nesting) dolls, Deadpool sets his sights on himself, Spider-Man casts a long shadow and who's the scaliest of them all?
This week features the unexpected return of "100 Bullets'" Lono, Batwoman versus Killer Croc, a tear-streaked "Revival," the vortex of the First Born and a stealthy Red Skull.
Marvel has released a number of new covers, including Adam Kubert's "Infinity" #3, Skottie Young's take on "Avengers A.I.," an 8-bit homage to "Superior Foes of Spider-Man" and more.
This week, Animal Man goes Americana, "Hawkeye" gets tearful, "X-Men Legacy" gets happy, Peter Parker gets lost and Utopia looks a lot like Dr. Frankenstein's lab.
Doug Zawisza gives "Guardians of the Galaxy Infinite Comic" #3 by Brian Michael Bendis, Mike Del Mundo & Yves Bigarel 4.5 stars, calling it "a well-executed Infinite Comic from Marvel that spectacularly informs the reader of Gamora."
This week, Kevin flies solo as Deadpool pays a visit to Scrooge, DC's magical heroes make a stand, a bandaged Jack takes center stage, the gang at Morning Glory Academy take a bow and Elektra & Frank Castle share a moment
Marvel in September will publish "Once Upon a Time: Shadow of the Queen," a graphic novel tie-in to the ABC fairy tale drama featuring the Evil Queen, the Huntsman and Show White.
This week, Damian Wayne rests in peace, Clint Barton's bad Penny shows up, Richie Savoy takes center stage, Legion gets the first (and the last) word and "Seven Percent" springs a surprise.
This week, Hooded Justice goes ghostly, Batwoman and Wonder Woman go snake-hunting, Deadpool goes whaling, Mars goes all "Strangers in Paradise" and the Young Avengers go clubbing.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR has an exclusive first look to Mike Del Mundo's cover for "X-Men Legacy" #5 written by Si Spurrier with art by Tan Eng Huat. Legion's misadventures continue January 23.
This week, Conan gets up close and personal, Guy Gardner gets surrounded, Logan gets ghostly, "The Massive" gets technical and the Marvel Universe readies for a battle royale.
Marvel has provided CBR with an exclusive first look at Mike Del Mundo's "A+X" #2 variant, which features Kitty Pryde and Lockheed surround by the Brood.
CBR has an exclusive first look at Kaare Andrews' cover for Marvel's "A+X" #2. Featuring a story by Andrews and a second tale by Peter David and Mike Del Mundo, the issue goes on sale in November.
Si Spurrier and Tan Eng Huat take on the relaunched "X-Men Legacy" in November, but the series no longer stars Rogue, with Proffesor Xavier's son Legion instead stepping into the series' lead role.
This week Matt Murdock comes to his senses, Frankenstein takes flight, Wolverine delivers some payback, a henchman develops a taste for blood and Spider-Man appreciate the big-screen Avengers.
This week, a certain wall-crawler tries to turn back time, some angry apes go to war, a revenant seeks cold comfort, a reflection holds the key and a comic nears an explosive end.
Tom Brevoort speaks on the current state of Spider-Man from the FCBD special kicking off "Spider-Island" to the difference between today and Brand New Day, while addressing current concerns over Marvel Comics page counts and more!
In June's "Fear Itself: The Home Front" #3 writer Ben McCool reintroduces readers to the scourge of the corporate underworld, Cardiac. CBR spoke exclusively with McCool about bringing back the '90s fan-favorite.