Where To Find Marvel's Heroes In Its "All-New, All-Different" Universe
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Of all the All-New Marvel NOW! titles announced at New York Comic Con, which one are you most looking forward to?
After the final chapter of Neil Gaiman and Mark Buckingham's "Miracleman" saga is published, do you want to see the long-lost hero join the Marvel U?
Which of DC Comics' big Batman announcements - the weekly "Batman: Eternal" series, the new "Detective Comics" creative team or the "Detective" #27 anniversary anthology - are you most excited for?
With the Crime Syndicate enjoying its New 52 debut as the centerpiece of "Forever Evil," CBR was wondering: What is your all-time favorite epic starring the Justice League's evil doppelgängers?
Now that you've seen ABC's "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.," CBR wants to know which agent from Marvel's comics you'd like to see make the leap to the new television series. Vote now!
DC Comics' Villain's Month is winding down, and CBR wonders how you made out in your quest to get the special (and heavily allocated) 3-D covers from your local retailer!
As we wrote about earlier this week, DC and Marvel have made it a habit of erasing comic book marriages. With that in mind, which of these split couples would you most like to see stage a return to married life?
As "Battle of the Atom" launches Marvel's mutants into their latest chronally-displaced epic, we wonder what your favorite X-Men time travel story is.
Will you be interested in "Batwoman" once J.H. Williams III and W. Haden Blackman exit the DC Comics series after the release of Issue 26?
With the Bryan Cranston as Lex Luthor rumors still unsubstantiated, CBR looks at the casting situation and wonders what actor would be the perfect antagonist for Zack Snyder's "Superman/Batman."
As the long, hot days give way to the cooler, crisper Fall, CBR asks which of this summer's comic book-based movies was your favorite.
Have the revelations from the final chapter of "Trinity War" in "Justice League" #23 left you more or less excited for DC Comics' "Forever Evil," the New 52's first line-wide event?
With the final issue of DC Comics' "Legion of Super-Heroes" in stores this week, and Marvel's "Venom" wrapping up in October, CBR wonders what recently ended or soon-to-end ongoing series will you'll miss the most?
Marvel's latest crossover, "Infinity," continues Marvel Comics' strong legacy of outer space epic crossovers. Which of Marvel's past outer space epic crossovers was your favorite?
With Black Canary and Flash debuting in Season Two, and the latter set to star in his own spinoff series, we wants to know which of DC Comics' other Justice Leaguers should make their presence felt on "Arrow."
With Grant Morrison's run on Batman reaching its conclusion with this week's "Batman, Incorporated" #13, CBR wants to know: Which of his storylines was your favorite?
When we first asked, 72.6% of you believed "Superior Spider-Man" would be over by Issue #24! With word getting out that the series will run through at least #25, we wonder how long you think it will last, now!
Warner Bros. and Marvel Studios brought out the big guns at Comic-Con International, with the former announcing "Superman/Batman" and the latter "Avengers: Age of Ultron." Which one has you most excited?
With "Batman '66" finally on tablets everywhere and "Smallville: Season 11" going strong, CBR wonders, which superhero television show should be next to get the digital comics treatment?
There was a time when heroes killing villains -- or sometimes other heroes -- was a genuinely shocking turn of events. CBR wonders, what do you feel is the most surprising example of a superhero taking a life?
With Marvel's "Dexter" finally in stores and "Sons of Anarchy" on its way, CBR wonders what other acclaimed cable series you would most like to see make the leap from television to comics.
One of comics most enduring partnerships was reborn with the release of Greg Pak and Jae Lee's "Batman/Superman" #1 earlier this week, leading CBR to wonder: What's your favorite comic book bromance of all time?
With "Age of Ultron" causing all kinds of disruptions to the spacetime continuum, CBR wonders: which major character from the future would you most like to see show up in the present day Marvel U?
With an opening weekend gross of over $125M in North America alone, it's a safe bet that many of you have seen "Man of Steel." Now, CBR wants to know how you'd grade the latest big screen take on Superman!
Henry Cavill may be on the cusp of becoming the Superman for a generation, but for now, CBR want to know which previous actor to take on the live action role embodies your ideal Man of Steel.
With speculation running wild about who might show up in Joss Whedon's "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.," CBR wants to know which lesser-known Marvel character you most want to see in the ABC series.
DC Comics' Villains Month brings with it the return of the lenticular 3D cover, the latest cover gimmick to resurface in recent years. CBR asks, which '90s cover enhancement do you want to see resurface next?
Now that it's official and DC Comics has begun to release details about its Villains Month even in September, CBR wonders, are you looking forward to the first line-wide crossover of the New 52?
We know there's a lot to choose from and some tough decisions to be made, but we still want to know: Who is your favorite member of Brian Wood and Olivier Coipel's new X-Men team?
After months of anticipation, the first issue of Brian Wood and Olivier Coipel's "X-Men" series has hit stores, and CBR wants to know what you thought of the series' debut!
In honor of Geoff Johns' epic run on "Green Lantern," CBR asks, what was your favorite new character introduced to the GL mythos in the last nine years?
With "Star Trek: Into Darkness" hitting theaters this week after being built up in the prequel comics, CBR wants to know which TV/Movie Sci-Fi/Fantasy franchise has best moved into the world of comic books?
Of all the characters to appear in Marvel Studios' "Iron Man" films to date, which has made the most successful leap from the page to the silver screen?
In light of the current talk about contracts and Robert Downey Jr. hinting that he may not return for more Iron Man films, CBR asks if you feel the actor is replaceable as Tony Stark.
With "Iron Man 3" debuting to the second largest opening weekend ever behind Marvel's "The Avengers," CBR asks what you think of Robert Downey Jr.'s latest turn as Tony Stark!
Of all of those who have guided the life of Tony Stark over the decades, which is your choice for the definitive Iron Man writer?
Dark Horse Comics made a number of big announcements during last weekend's C2E2, and CBR wants to know: which one are you most excited about?
Of all of the announcements made by Marvel Comics during last weekend's C2E2, CBR wants to know which one you're most excited about?
CBR shines the spotlight on a list of artists who have left their marks in a big way on the Man of Steel over the last 75 years, asking which is the definitive Superman artist
It's difficult to pick the best author to ever pen the comic book adventures of Superman, but CBR has narrowed the list down to sixteen high-profile Man of Steel scribes. Now, who is your definitive Superman writer?