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"Loose Nuke" continues in Rick Remender and Nic Klein's "Captain America" #13. On Nov. 6, don't miss the introduction of Cap's newest arch-nemesis!
CBR spoke with Rick Remender about his plans for "Captain America" and his protege Jet Black, including new foes like Doctor Mindbubble and old enemies like the Red Skull and his S-Men.
After a week of cryptic teasers for their All-New Marvel NOW! launch, Axel Alonso explains the birth of new creative partnerships while showcasing “Guardians of the Galaxy’s” future.
Marvel Comics teases a "Mindbubble" from Rick Remender with a hint that it may be a new Marvel NOW Wave 3 title and promising more details during its NYCC Avengers panel. UPDATED with further information.
Doug Zawisza gives Jason Aaron & Nic Klein's "Thor: God of Thunder" #12 5 stars, calling Aaron "the best writer Thor could have... and Thor is the best character for Aaron's range."
"Captain Marvel" skips November, but series writer Kelly Sue DeConnick says exciting news is coming. That same month, the Dennis Hopeless-written "Avengers Arena" reaches the end of its first season.
As Bucky Barnes' past continues to haunt him in "Winter Soldier," writer Jason Latour fills CBR in on what he and artist Nic Klein have in store for the Marvel Universe's premiere super spy. Plus, exclusive art.
Jason Latour welcomes his "Loose Ends" collaborator to "Winter Soldier" as artist Chris Brunner draws an atmospheric espionage cover that CBR has exclusively.
CBR spoke to "Journey Into Mystery" writer Kathryn Immonen about her plans to send the warrior goddess Sif to a strange new reality and a team up with the Superior Spider-Man.
Marvel Comics has released a first look at Nic Klein's interior pages for "Winter Soldier" #15 written by Jason Latour. The adventures of the covert-ops superhero continue in February.
This week, the King of Monsters wreaks havoc, Lobster Johnson keeps watch over the city, Danielle Moonstar goes techno (-organic), Frank Castle strolls out of the sunset and Matt Murdock gets stripped down.
We spoke with artist Nic Klein, the man tasked with bringing incoming writer Jason Latour "Winter Soldier" scripts to life when the pair take over the Marvel series in February. Plus, an exclusive look at Klein's variant cover!
This week, Adrian Veidt submits, a femme fatale basks in the sun, a ballerina dances with danger, the Ninth Wave walks the tightrope and Em of Appleloft does her best Ophelia.
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of Nathan Edmondson and Nic Klein's "Dancer" #4. The mystery deepens on August 8 in the miniseries' penultimate issue.
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR presents exclusive advance looks at two of this week's new releases: Tim Seeley and Mike Norton's "Revival" #1 and Nathan Edmondson and Nic Klein's "Dancer" #3!
This week, Alan Fisher drives like hell, Max Damage goes out with a bang, Buffy Summers gets existential (again), and the world comes to an end -- not with a bang but with two covers.
CBR presents exclusive previews for Jonathan Hickman and Ryan Bodenheim's "Secret" #2 and the first issue of "Creator-Owned Heroes" by Steve Niles, Jimmy Palmiotti, Justin Gray, Phil Noto and Kevin Mellon!
In this week's installment of Cover of the Week, dancing turns deadly, 1950s Indo-China turns sexy, ghosts get gross, close encounters get furry and the Shadow knows twice as much.
CBR presents exclusive advance looks at two of this week's new Image Comics titles - Robert Kirkman and Brian Stelfreeze's "Hardcore" and "Dancer" #1 by Nathan Edmondson and Nic Klein!
CBR News spoke to "Who Is Jake Ellis?" and "The Activity" writer Nathan Edmondson about "Dancer," his new Image series about a retired assassin and his dancer girlfriend with Nic Klein.
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR presents a different kind of preview for "Viking" #4 which hints at trouble to come in the series. "Viking" #4, by writer Ivan Brandon and artist Nic Klein, will be released November 11, 2009.
The writer of "The Cross Bronx," "NYC Mech" and the mastermind behind "24Seven," Ivan Brandon talks to CBR News about his and Nic Klein's buzzy new Image series, "Viking," and the period book's rooting in crime fiction.