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We all remember those little circles coming out of Aquaman's head during "Super Friends," but what's their secret origin? Find out, along with a story about a hilarious miscommunication in a Peter David-penned comic book!
Acclaimed artist Michael Lark joins writers Peter David and Robin Furth on "Dark Tower: The Gunslinger - The Battle of Tull," a new, June-debuting miniseries based on the creation of horror master Stephen King.
Kelly Thompson gave Marvel Comics' "X-Factor" #216 a 4 star review, calling the long-running Peter David written series "a solid superhero book from month to month, and this issue is no exception."
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR presents an exclusive first look at "X-Factor" #216, written by Peter David with art by Emanuela Lupacchino. The issue, with a cover by David Yardin, hits stores on Wednesday, March 2.
Fan favorite "X-Factor" writer Peter David joins X-POSITION this week to answer your questions about romantic entanglements and the team's place in Marvel's modern day X-Universe. Plus, exclusive art!
Reviewer Greg McElhatton gave "X-Factor" #215 4 stars, saying Peter David and Valentine de Landro's latest issue plays to its strengths, "and the end result is a real joy to read."
Peter David, the writer of "X-Factor," stopped by CBR's X-POSITION in order to deliver holiday cheer, fruit baskets and answer questions for all good boys and girls. All this fun, plus exclusive "X-Factor" art!
Marvel has released an advance look at "Tron: Original Movie Adaptation" #1 by Peter David and Mirco Pierfederici. The original film is re-imagined for comics on November 3 in advance of "Tron Legacy."
Peter David, the writer of "X-Factor," spoke with X-POSITION and discussed team dynamics, mutant powers and engaged in a little bit of baby-talk. All this, plus exclusive art from "X-Factor" #209!
Peter David, the longtime writer of "X-Factor," joins X-POSITION to answer your questions about his team of mutant private eyes, resolve debates about past storylines and share exclusive art from "X-Factor" #207!
Marvel's X-Men panel at C2E2 featured news of new series, relaunched titles, creative changes... and Peter David marked with the brand of "M." Read about the new "X-Men," "X-Force," "Daken: Dark Wolverine," and more.
The writer of "X-Factor," Peter David, stopped by X-POSITION headquarters to answer your questions about the mutant private eye team's multiple personalities, guest stars, time travel theories and plenty more.
We spoke with Coheed & Cambria frontman Claudio Sanchez and his new writing partner, scribe Peter David, about "In Keeping Secrets of Silent Earth," a new 12-issue "Amory Wars" series from BOOM! Studios.
The writer behind Marvel's mutant mystery serial "X-Factor" reflects on the game-changing relationship between Shatterstar and Rictor and how it affected fans of the pair and his story.
The writer of "X-Factor," Peter David stops by X-POSITION to answer reader questions about character relationships, the possible return of a speedster, guest-stars, crossover involvement and kissing – lots and lots of kissing.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR presents an exclusive first look at David Yardin and Kevin Maguire's variant covers for "X-Factor" #200. The landmark issue hits stores December 16, from writer Peter David and artist Bing Cansino
The writer of "X-Factor" joins us for this week's X-POSITION to discuss all of the series' recent revelations and resolutions while promising a long-awaited reunion in the upcoming "X-Factor: Nation X" one-shot.
Peter David talks to CBR News about the long-running title's new shift to New York City, the introduction of a new snarky blonde and the introduction of some brand new mysteries in the post-#200 issues of "X-Factor."
In this week's all new X-POSITION, writer Peter David talks about “X-Factor” hairstyles, clarifies an intimate relationship, and invites all his fans to a party with exclusive art.
Last week at Comic-Con International in San Diego, IDW Publishing showcased its Angel universe, including the crossover with Peter David's "Fallen Angel" and and the announcement of Bill Willingham as the new "Angel" writer.
Marvel's X-Men panel at Comic-Con International saw the announcement of an upcoming X-Force, New Mutants, and X-Men Legacy crossover, and the return of Magneto. Full report right here on CBR.
In this bonus edition of X-POSITION, writer Peter David reflects on 50 issues of "X-Factor," its beginnings in the Madrox miniseries, its future beyond issue #50, and the kiss that raised eyebrows across the Web,
Sparked by numerous hostile reactions to a single negative review, Tim steps back to look at the thought process behind effectively writing a comic book review and answers reader concerns about Peter David bashing.
One of superhero comics' most beloved writers, Peter David goes in-depth with CBR News about his storied career, from his earliest work on "Spectacular Spider-Man" to his most recent projects like "Fallen Angel."
The fan-favorite writer of “X-Factor," Peter David answers your questions about the Summers Rebellion and his fascination with characters sporting bad hairdos. Plus exclusive art, all in this week's X-POSITION.
Peter David & JK Woodward's Liandra returns in July's "Fallen Angel: Reborn" from IDW Publishing, and features a guest appearance by Joss Whedon's Illyria from the pages of "Angel."
The popular online comics community Scans_Daily has been suspended by host LiveJournal for publishing copyrighted materials without permission, a necessary function of the community. CBR's ROBOT 6 & CSBG report.
In this week's all-new X-POSITION, superstar writer Peter David gives non- spoilery answers to your questions about shocking revelations of “X- Factor” #39, plus a peek at issue #40!
"X-Factor" writer Peter David answers your questions about rebellions, the X-Factor baby, and the secrets of noir. Also in this week's all-new X-POSITION, exclusive artwork, just for CBR readers.
The renowned comic scribe, Peter David, brings his fantasy character Sir Apropos of Nothing from a prose novel to IDW in all his repugnant, satirical glory. CBR News spoke with David about the project.