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Marvel editor-in-chief Axel Alonso has informed CBR News that the decision to shift Milo Manara off scheduled variant covers was due to the artist's scheduling issues.
Milo Manara's variant covers for upcoming issues of "Thor" and "Avengers and X-Men: AXIS" have been cancelled, with new artists to fill in.
Marvel editor-in-chief Axel Alonso returns to his column to discuss Milo Manara's controversial "Spider-Woman" variant cover, "Big Hero 6" & more.
Kelly Thompson explores the real disappointment behind the reveal of the MIlo Manara "Spider-Woman" #1 variant, and what it could mean for the series.
Brett White reimagines old pin-ups of Marvel hunks as modern day covers to prove a point about Milo Manara's "Spider-Woman" variant.
Following rampant criticism from mainstream media outlets, Milo Manara shared his thoughts on his controversial "Spider-Woman" #1 variant cover.
Multiple outlets have criticized Marvel's recently released "Spider-Woman" cover by Milo Manara, for an argued sexualization of the character. UPDATED with response from Tom Brevoort.
Ron talks to Laura Braga, his artistic collaborator on "Witchblade," about her career, breaking into the U.S. market and being a woman in a traditionally male field.
Marvel has released a first look at Milo Manara's variant cover for "Guardians of the Galaxy" #5, which details the introduction of Angela to the Marvel Universe. The issue hits stores July 31.
Courtesy of Dynamite, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Vampirella Strikes" #1 written by Tom Sniegoski, with covers by Michael Turner & Milo Manara. Vampirella's monstrous nature threatens to take control January 2.
CBR News spoke with legendary filmmaker, writer and comics creator Alejandro Jodorowsky about his creative process, new volumes of "The Incal," tarot and his return to filmmaking.
CBR News speaks with Fantagraphics co-publisher Kim Thompson about translating Milo Manara's books for a new Dark Horse series of reprints. The first two titles, “Indian Summer” and “El Gaucho,” will arrive next year.
The long-awaited Italian X-Men project from the legendary writer and artist Milo Manara is finally on its way to the U.S., and Chris Claremont tells CBR how he made the female-centric project both classic and accessible to new fans.