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Brian Bendis discusses the Guardians of the Galaxy's new mission, teases their post-"Secret Wars" status and shares exclusive Mike Deodato art.
CBR spoke with Jonathan Hickman about the road to "Secret Wars" and the writer discusses Cap's Avengers and the shape of the "Secret Wars" event.
The Guardians of the Galaxy will set up shop in the seedy world of Knowhere during "Secret Wars" and encounter a mysterious new villain.
In "Avengers" #41, Jonathan Hickman and Mike Deodato "provide readers with plenty to feel uneasy about."
Jonathan Hickman's Avengers opus will conclude as time runs out for Earth's Mightiest Heroes.
Marvel veteran Mike Deodato provides his take on Henry Hayes in the variant cover to Nathan Edmondson and Mike Perkins' "Deathlok" #3.
Marvel's "AXIS" #1 Young Guns variant features the talents of seven different artists illustrating seven characters that play a role in the upcoming event.
In our final post-game chat about each issue of Marvel's "Original Sin" event, writer Jason Aaron and editor Tom Brevoort discuss the wild finale.
CBR's series of post-game chats about Marvel's "Original Sin" continues as writer Jason Aaron provides insight into the twists and turns of issue #7.
Jason Aaron and Tom Brevoort explain why Nick Fury remains the most dangerous man in the Marvel U as he heads into his showdown with the Avengers.
It's Nick Fury vs. the heroes of the Marvel Universe to save the Marvel Universe in Jason Aaron and Mike Deodato's "Original Sin" #7!
Jason Aaron and Tom Brevoort discuss the twists and turns of "Original Sin" #5, Nick Fury's big secret, a new Marvel U character's intro and more
Marvel has provided CBR with exclusive previews of Jason Aaron & Mike Deodato's "Original Sin" #6 and Gillen, Waid & Ross' "Hulk Vs. Iron Man" #2!
Jason Aaron and Tom Brevoort discuss the fallout from Marvel's "Original Sin" #4, including the identity of the "Mysterious Boss."
The Watcher's murderer stands revealed in Jason Aaron and Mike Deodato's "Original Sin" #6!
In our latest post-game chat about each issue of Marvel's "Original Sin" event, writer Jason Aaron & editor Tom Brevoort take a look at issue #3.
Jonathan Hickman's "Avengers" titles will jump eight months into the future this September and CBR spoke to editor Tom Brevoort about "Time Runs Out."
While it's a bit disjointed, Jason Aaron and Mike Deodato's "Original Sin" #3 is ultimately a fun comic with a top-notch cliffhanger ending.
Jonathan Hickman's "Avengers" #35 & "New Avengers" #24 are headed for an eight month time jump for a double-sized beginning of the end game.
CBR sits down with "Original Sin" writer Jason Aaron and Executive Editor Tom Brevoort to gain insight into Marvel's massive new event.
It's the oddest paring in the Marvel U as Frank Castle and Stephen Strange work together to solve the Watcher's murder in "Original Sin" #4.
With the Watcher murdered, all his secrets are up for grabs as Marvel's "Original Sin" event continues in issue #2 by Jason Aaron and Mike Deodato.
Jason Aaron and Tom Brevoort join CBR to offer insight into the first issue of "Original Sin," hint at what lies ahead for Nick Fury Sr. and share exclusive art!
What secrets will be dragged from the darkness in Jason Aaron and Mike Deodato's "Original Sin #3?
Jason Aaron & Mike Deodato's debut issue of Marvel's "Original Sin" "freshens the usual mechanics" of events for a strong opening.
Marvel Comics has released a trailer promoting its latest event series, Jason Aaron and Mike Deodato's May 7-debuting "Original Sin."
Jason Aaron and Mike Deodato begin Marvel's summer event, "Original Sin," starting with the shocking death of Uatu the Watcher. What did he see?
Marvel has released a look at Jason Aaron and Mike Dedoato's "Original Sin" #2, asking the question, who holds the Watcher's missing eye?
Uatu the Watcher turning up dead is just the start of Jason Aaron and Mike Deodato's "Original Sin," with issue #1 out from Marvel on May 7.
In the wake of Uatu's murder in "Original Sin," Marvel asks the question, "Who will watch us now?"
The third of four "Original Sin" teasers unveiling this week strongly suggests a character will make a return in this year's Marvel event.
The Watcher is apparently just the first murder victim in May's "Original Sin" story as Marvel's latest teaser asks "Who is next?"
Marvel senior vice president of publishing Tom Brevoort steps in for Axel Alonso this week and discusses 2014 event "Original Sin" in-depth.
Marvel, with help from Executive Editor Tom Brevoort, has revealed the publisher's new "Original Sin" promotional item: a Watcher's eye bouncy ball.
Black Widow and Winter Soldier join the lineup of "Original Sin" suspects in a pair of CBR exclusive variant cover reveals. UPDATED with more variants.
M.O.D.O.K. joins the team in Ales Kot and Michael Walsh's "Secret Avengers," and CBR has a preview of the first issue!
During a live chat, "Original Sin" writer Jason Aaron stated that the main series and the tie-ins will tell "two different sets of stories."
Writer Jason Aaron discusses Marvel's next event series with CBR, where the murder of The Watcher sets off a crime story played out on a cosmic scale.
As teased last fall, Jason Aaron and Mike Deodato are teaming for "Original Sin," Marvel's 2014 event centered around the death of The Watcher.
Forsythe P. Jones III rises from the grave, Batman heads into the belly of the beast, Blackbolt speaks, a knight rises and "Catalyst Comix" cries wolf.