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Dan Slott goes into detail about "Learning to Crawl," a 5-issue story telling the untold tale of Peter Parker's first 60 days as Spider-Man.
Dan Slott & Ramon Perez explore Spidey's life with "Learning to Crawl," a five-issue story that begins in "Amazing Spider-Man" #1.1 this May.
Kieron Gillen, Matt Fraction, Kelly Sue DeConnick, Paul Cornell, Simon Spurrier and more discusses Marvel Comics this past weekend in Leeds.
"Cable & X-Force" and "Uncanny X-Force" will cross over in January, and Marvel Comics has released all four covers to the "Vendetta" event.
Creators behind the anthology "True Patriot" and the new "Captain Canuck" webseries gathered at Fan Expo to discuss the current resurgence of Canadian-based superheroes.
X-Position welcomes back "Uncanny X-Force" writer Sam Humphries, who takes on all questions about the book's cast, the future direction of the series and more. Plus, exclusive art!
CBR News spoke with "Uncanny X-Force" writer Sam Humphries about the revelations of what Bishop's past, the mystery of the Revenants, the motivations of Fantomex and more with exclusive art.
This week, it's Superman versus Robots, Wolverine versus Wolverine, the women of Gotham versus the Joker, Mariko versus Logan, and a gun-toting gorilla versus … everybody.
Ryan K. Lindsay gives "Wolverine and the X-Men" 4 stars, calling the future-glimpse issue by Jason Aaron and Ramon Perez "equally touching, intriguing, hilarious and flat out awesome."
"Wolverine and the X-Men" Headmaster Jason Aaron joins this week's X-Position to answer questions about everyone's favorite mutant academy and the possible Doop/Lockheed team-up.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR presents an advance preview of "Wolverine and the X-Men" #27 by writer Jason Aaron and artist Ramon Perez. Find out how the Savage Land field trip ends March 27.
CBR News spoke with writer Jason Aaron about recent developments in "Wolverine & the X-Men" and his upcoming plans for an arc that sends the Jean Grey School students and faculty on a field trip to the Savage Land.
Love blooms in Jason Aaron and David Lopez's "Wolverine and the X-Men" #24 as Quentin Quire meets Jean Grey and sparks fly between Logan and Storm on January 23. Marvel has provided CBR with an exclusive first look.
"Wolverine and the X-Men" writer Jason Aaron joins X-POSITION this week for a look at the direction of the series following "AvX," the crossover potential with other Marvel NOW! titles and more.
The Eisner Award-winning artist of "Tale of Sand," shifts to superheroes as Ramón K. Pérez joins Jason Aaron for a "Wolverine & The X-Men" story featuring the return of Wolvie's brother Dog.
Marvel reprised its popular "Breaking into Comics" panel at Emerald City Comicon, with Kelly Sue DeConnick, Chris Yost, Phil Noto, Ramon Perez, Adi Granov and CB Cebulski offering advice for aspiring writers and artists.
Doug Zawisza gives this week's "John Carter: The Gods of Mars" #1 5 stars, calling the book by Sam Humphries and Ramón Pérez "a defining spectacle for all to see."
Marvel has provided CBR with a preview of "John Carter: The Gods of Mars" #1 written by Sam Humphries with art by Ramon Perez. The adventure begins in March.
The writer behind "Our Love is Real," Sam Humphries spoke with CBR about his adaptation of Edgar Rice Burroughs' classic "John Carter: Gods of Mars" and his collaboration with series artist Ramon Perez.
Basking in the post-Christmas glow, Augie raves about "A Tale of Sand," the new graphic novel from Archaia based on Jim Henson's lost screenplay as adapted by cartoonist Ramon Perez.
PRESS RELEASE: Sam Humphries, Ramon Perez Adapt Burroughs' "John Carter: The Gods of Mars" for Marvel
Ryan K. Lindsay gives Ramon Perez's adaptation of Jim Henson and Jerry Juhl's "Tale of Sand" screenplay 4.5 stars, saying fans "should study this book if you have any deep interest in comics and their creation."
Artist Ramón Perez gave CBR an artist's account of adapting the un-filmed '70s Jim Henson screenplay and how all readers will be able to relate to the upcoming graphic novel adaptation.
Updated with new art! With March's "Captain America and the First Thirteen" one-shot, writer Kathryn Immonen brings readers a tale of love and war starring Captain America and his first love, Peggy Carter.