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Charles Soule and Ron Garney's "Daredevil" #2 "is an issue fans will appreciate more and more with every read."
Charles Soule and Ron Garney's "Daredevil" #1 is "a return to basics of sorts, albeit with a couple of twists that keep it from seeming derivative."
The creative team of Charles Soule and Ron Garney begin a new chapter in Matt Murdock's life in this preview of "Daredevil" #1
Featuring work from Gerry Conway, Ron Garney and more, "All-New, All-Different Marvel Point One" #1 "is a good way to get a feel for Marvel's new books."
Writer Charles Soule spoke with CBR News about the Man Without Fear's return to NYC with a new job and a new crime fighting partner this October.
Prolific writer Charles Soule spoke with CBR TV at Comic-Con about his upcoming "Daredevil" run, his "Star Wars" series and more Inhumans at Marvel.
The writer commented via Twitter on his involvement in the upcoming comic book re-launch.
Jason Aaron & Ron Garney's "Men of Wrath" #3 sees Ira Wrath ready to end his family line with one more bloody act, on sale Dec. 3 from Marvel.
Axel Alonso discusses the two major new releases from Jason Aaron -- the female "Thor" and the creator-owned "Men of Wrath" -- plus plenty more.
Jason Aaron & Ron Garney's "Men of War" #1 is a strong debut with "a dark edge and an ending that defies you to ignore the next issue."
Frequent collaborators Jason Aaron and Ron Garney release their first creator-owned effort via Marvel's Icon imprint with "Men of Wrath" #1.
Writer Jason Aaron tells CBR TV about the joys of writing Marvel's new "Star Wars" ongoing, making Thor a woman, "Southern Bastards" and more.
Check out a new variant cover and interior page for Jason Aaron and Ron Garney's upcoming "Men of Wrath" #1 from Marvel Icon.
Jason Aaron & Ron Garney tell CBR about their new Marvel Icon miniseries "Men of Wrath," which examines the violent family history of a hitman named Ira Rath.
Malekith's battle against Thor comes to a head in January, courtesy of writer Jason Aaron and artists Ron Garney and Emanuela Lupacchino.
Jason Aaron talks about Malekith, the antagonist in his current "Thor: God of Thunder" arc, the same villain featured in Marvel Studios' "Thor: The Dark World."
Jason Aaron and Ron Garney explore the Nine Realms and reintroduce Malekith in "Thor: God of Thunder" #13, with art that is "crisp and clean, at times revealing and other times well-polished."
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR presents an advance preview of "Thor: God of Thunder" #14 by Jason Aaron and Ron Garney. The Wild Hunt begins as Malekith continues his bloody rampage October 9!
"Uncanny X-Force" scribe Sam Humphries joins X-Position to answer your questions about Puck and Storm as well as things to come for Psylocke, Spiral, Cluster and Bishop. Plus, exclusive art!
CBR News spoke with writer Jason Aaron about his next big arc of "Thor: God of Thunder," which sends his title character on a hunt through the Nine Realms for treacherous Dark Elf ruler Malekith the Accursed.
James Hunt gives "Uncanny X-Force" #1 4 stars, saying the debut issue by Sam Humphries and Ron Garney "blows away any doubts readers might have about the series' future."
Incoming "Uncanny X-Force" writer Sam Humphries makes his X-POSITION debut, answering your questions about his new mutant ninja noir squad premiering later this month.
With the first volume of "Uncanny X-Force" concluded, CBR spoke with incoming writer Sam Humphries about how Rick Remender's run will impact his run this January as part of Marvel NOW!
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR offer's a last-minute, exclusive Christmas preview of Sam Humphries and Ron Garney's "Uncanny X-Force" #1! The future of Fantomex, Psylocke, Storm and Bishop explodes January 16.
The strange, shadowy critical hit from Marvel is getting reinvented by a new creative team as writer Sam Humphries explains his plans for "Uncanny X-Force" from mohawk Storm to outsider mutants to Bishop's return.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR has exclusive previews of "A+X" #1, featuring stories by Jeph Loeb & Dale Keown and Dan Slott & Ron Garney, plus Jason Aaron and Nick Bradshaw's "Wolverine & the X-Men" #19!
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR presents an exclusive preview of Jason Aaron and Jefte Palo's "Incredible Hulk" #14. The jade giant's quest for payback against Doctor Doom continues Wednesday, September 26!
A new incarnation of the covert mutant ops team is back in the field in January as Sam Humphries & Ron Garney launch a new volume of "Uncanny X-Force." CBR spoke with Humphries about his plans.
Sam Humphries and Ron Garney have been confirmed as the new creative team on a relaunched "Uncanny X-Force" title for Marvel NOW! that includes a roster of Psylocke, Storm, Puck and Spiral.
The Marvel NOW! teasers continue as the publisher reveals Sam Humpries and Ron Garney paired up as the creative team on an upcoming series involving the word "KIllers."
Marvel has provided CBR with exclusive previews of "Avengers Vs. X-Men" #11 by Brian Michael Bendis and Olivier Coipel and "Uncanny X-Men" #18. The issues hit stores September 12.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR presents an exclusive preview of Jonathan Hickman and Ron Garney's "Fantastic Four" #606. Hickman's final year of FF stories continues on May 23!
"Modern Masters: Ron Garney" leads to a lot of talk about inking while Image Comics' "Screamland: Death of the Party" proves to be an enjoyable murder mystery.
We spoke with "Wolverine" writer Jason Aaron about his final arc on the book, an epic saga that takes Logan back to Japan and embroils him in a gang war between the Hand and the Yakuza. Plus, exclusive art!
Marvel has released an early look at "Wolverine" #19 by the creative team of Jason Aaron and Ron Garney. Logan finds trouble in San Francisco's Chinatown on November 30!
In October, Marvel Comics will release the original version of "Captain America" #14 by Mark Waid and Andy Kubert. The writer told CBR why the Red Skull story never saw print and what it means to his career.
George examines superstar artist Ron Garney's career path from re-discovering the medium with "Secret Wars" to working on titles like "Captain America" with Mark Waid and "Wolverine" with Jason Aaron.
Rob Williams spoke with us about taking on "Daken: Dark Wolverine," moving the character to Los Angeles and how his work on 2000AD's "Low Life" helped prepare him to take on Marvel's most conniving character.
Benjamin Birdie gave "Ultimate Comics Captain America" #1 3.5 stars, calling Jason Aaron and Ron Garney's tale of two Caps from different eras facing off a "fair stretch above your usually mindless superheroics."
With the debut of Aaron & Garney's "Ultimate Comics Captain America" just over a month out, Marvel was to hold a press conference call with Aaron. The call was cancelled moments after it began.