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Steve Trevor and Killer Frost get close in the penultimate issue of DC Comics' "Forever Evil: A.R.G.U.S." miniseries, out in February.
Col. Steve Trevor and A.R.G.U.S. go on the offensive -- against Deathstroke -- in "Forever Evil: A.R.G.U.S." #2 by Sterling Gates and Neil Edwards.
DC Comics has announced a new creator line-up for "Adventures of Superman" & "Legends of the Dark Knight" digital-first series.
In the wake of "X-Factor's" conclusion, longtime series writer Peter David joins X-Position to answer fan questions about his storied series run and tease his next big project.
The Dark Avengers have been transported to a world where corrupted counterparts of Marvel heroes have risen up and taken over New York City, and writer Jeff Parker explains what comes next. Plus, exclusive art!
Writer Jeff Parker teams with artist Neil Edwards to kick off a new era in "Dark Avengers." CBR spoke with them about their plans including new characters and a dangerous new status quo.
CBR News spoke with artist Neil Edwards about "Spider-Man: Season One," an OGN with writer Cullen Bunn that updates and expands Peter Parker's origin. Plus exclusive art.
With the Prince of Power's new series' first issue hitting stores tomorrow, Marvel has released an advance look at "Herc" #2 by Greg Pak, Fred Van Lente and Neil Edwards. with a cover by Carlo Pagulayan.
This April, Greg Pak and Fred Van Lente launch, "Herc," the follow-up to "Incredible Hercules." We spoke with the team about the book which finds mythological and mortal worlds colliding on the mean streets of Brooklyn.
Marvel COmics has released an advance look at "Herc" #1 by Greg Pak, Fred Van Lente and Neil Edwards, with covers by Carlos Pagulayan and John Romita Jr. The Prince of Power comes to Brooklyn April 6, 2011!
Marvel has announced that Greg Pak and Fred Van Lente will follow up "Chaos War" with an all-new series starring the Prince of Power. "Herc," featuring art by Neil Edwards, faces off against "Fear Itself" in April.
The creator of "Fables," Bill Willingham will be writing a new "Warriors Three" three-issue miniseries for Marvel Comics. Joined by artist Neil Edwards, the new title is set to debut in November.
Marvel Comics has released an advance preview of "Fantastic Four" #581 by writer Jonathan Hickman and artist Neil Edwards with an Alan Davis cover. The issue goes on sale Wednesday, July 28.
The Fantastic Four are some of Marvel's most popular characters due to their adventures and family dynamic. CBR News spoke with Hickman about his plans to ensure that both elements are part of his run on the title. Updated with exclusive art!