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A newly revealed cover for "Ms. Marvel" #13 embraces Kamala Khan's American heritage ahead of the November presidential election.
The "Bourne" saga kicked off with a safety deposit box and a case of amnesia, but Jason Bourne isn't the only hero who has forgotten his past...
Hasbro debuted a number of new figures at SDCC, based on "Dr. Strange," "Guardians of the Galaxy," "Star Wars: Rogue One" and more!
"Ms. Marvel" writer G. Willow Wilson, Marvel content development director Sana Amanat and more Women of Marvel gather Sunday at Comic-Con.
Ms. Marvel and Riri are "divided" in the latest teaser for Marvel's mysterious revival of Marvel NOW!
Following the recent tragedy in Orlando, Brett White advocates for Marvel and DC Comics to take their queer heroes to the next level.
With Marvel Studios reportedly casting their Carol Danvers, CBR details her rich comic book history and road to becoming Captain Marvel.
G. Willow Wilson, Takeshi Miyazawa and Adrian Alphona explore what happens when a new Inhuman emerges and Kamal is force to pick a side.
G. Willow Wilson and Adrian Alphona's "Ms. Marvel" #7 "takes advantage of a crossover to tell a smaller-scale story that echoes the event's themes."
Everything from "Ms. Marvel" to "Spidey" to "Carnage" is getting in on the apparel action.
G. Willow Wilson and Nico Leon's "sincerity and light touch are able to make mundane Hallmark-like sentiments feel meaningful again" in "Ms. Marvel" #6.
Silk, Thor, Ms. Marvel, Captain Marvel, Sif and Spider-Gwen will keep you toasty AND safe with this Marvel fleece blanket.
With "Civil War II" looming, Marvel has made a whole lot of tie-ins official, including the six-issue "Choosing Sides" miniseries. Details here!
Marvel's Sana Amanat introduced Barack Obama at a Women's History Month reception, and showed off some comics to the president.
G. Willow Wilson and Nico Leon's "Ms. Marvel" #5 "is another strong issue for one of the gems in Marvel's crown."
In the latest teaser image for Marvel Comics' "Civil War II" event, Kamala Khan tears up a picture of her namesake Captain Marvel.
Ms. Marvel's latest adventure will take place in a new 128 page chapter book, where Kamala will tackle the issue of bullying.
"Ms. Marvel" wins Dwayne McDuffie Diversity in Comics Award! How McDuffie inspired one creator! Reflecting on 10 years of First Second Books! Plus more!
Nico Leon's "page compositions and transitions complement G. Willow Wilson's dialogue with perfect timing" in "Ms. Marvel" #4.
Jack Elrod dies at age 91. Angouleme organizers distance themselves from fake awards. Marvel's Sana Amanat talks diversity and "Ms. Marvel."
"Here" by Richard McGuire, and "Ms. Marvel" by G. Willow Wilson and Adrian Alphona were among the winners at the Angouleme International Comics Festival.
Appearing on "Late Night with Seth Meyers," Marvel's Sana Amanat was asked what words Ms. Marvel might have for Republican frontrunner Donald Trump.
Brett White says hello to 2016 by saying goodbye to his favorite comic book series from 2015, including some familiar names and a few surprises.
From "A Silent Voice" to "Zodiac Starforce," here's the full list of the wide range of comics and graphic novels that made 2015's CBR's Top 100!
"As soon as you finish reading G. Willow Wilson and Takeshi Miyazawa's 'Ms. Marvel' #2, you'll want to start it again."
In March, Marvel Comics will highlight its women with a series of "Women of Power" variant covers from creative talent like Emanuela Lupacchino.
Writer Brian Bendis revealed Sara Pichelli's cover for "Spider-Man" #3, which features a guest appearance from Ms. Marvel.
Jeph Loeb opens up about the chance of a "Ms. Marvel" TV series; some fans think Spider-Man may be in the "Civil War" trailer and more.
G. Willow Wilson, Takeshi Miyazawa and Adrian Alphona's "Ms. Marvel" #1 "is still one of the best reads on the stands."
Axel Alonso explains the decision to kill off Namor in "Squadron Supreme," plus the new #1s for "Mighty Thor," "Ms. Marvel" & "Spider-Woman."
The all-new Avenger returns in this preview of her new series from G. Willow Wilson, Takeshi Miyazawa and Adrian Alphona!
Looking at Ms. Marvel and TV's Supergirl and Jessica Jones! Interviews with Brian K. Vaughan, Gene Luen Yang, and Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa and Robert Hack! More!
"The ending of G. Willow Wilson and Adrian Alphona's 'Ms. Marvel' #18 is splendid, surpassing most cliffhangers in its narrative power."
Although many superhero comics are quick to remove parents from the picture, "Ms. Marvel" demonstrates the impact they can have on a story, and a character.
Cliff Chiang, Glenn Fabry, Jeff Lemire and David Marquez all contribute covers to Marvel's celebration of Jack Kirby's creatures.
Amid some heated controversy, this year's Hugo Awards were given out on Saturday, resulting in a few big wins and more "No Awards" than ever.
CBR's Kevin Mahadeo explores how minority representation, especially for Indian and Middle Eastern characters, is trending in a positive direction.
While there's still room to improve, positive changes are being made toward minority representation - specifically Indian and Middle Eastern - in pop culture.
The "Punisher: War Zone" director weighs in on Ronda Roussey's Captain Marvel comments and calls for a Kamala Khan movie.
In "Avengers: Ultron Revolution," Ms. Marvel, Captain Marvel, Black Panther and the Inhumans will join the Marvel Animated Universe.