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Comic Book Legends Revealed investigates whether a Kevin Nowlan pin-up from "Marvel Fanfare" inspired an entire issue of "Fantastic Four."
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.
An insert found in the Body Issue of ESPN The Magazine will feature artist interviews and new images of heroes like Daredevil and Captain Marvel.
CSBG latest comic book Easter Egg spotlight finds realistic cameos by Saturday morning cartoon characters, like the Flintstones and the Jetsons.
CSBG takes another look at this charmingly bizarre tale where Wasp and She-Hulk rank each of their male Avenger teammates on how "hunky" they are.
Was She-Hulk’s fight in Marvel's "Contest of Champions" originally drawn as a Ms. Marvel fight? Find out if this Legend is true or false.
In their latest look at "bad" superhero fights, CSBG checks out the time Hawkeye defeated She-Hulk even after she destroyed his bow and arrows.
Self-trained makeup artist Lianne Moseley is transforming people into superheroes who look as if they’ve stepped right off the comic book page.
Revisiting the question for a third time, Brett White reflects on a blockbuster year for the women of Marvel.
As Soule and Pulido's "She-Hulk" concludes with its 12th issue, the series' ending is "saccharine, but not bad words to live by, like most classic morals."
Did the famous British comedian seriously have a part in the creation of She-Hulk? And how did a single panel change a major aspect of the Dark Phoenix Saga?
Kevin Wada provides a defiantly powerful image for "She-Hulk" #12 -- the jade giantess' series finale.
Who was behind the mysterious insult of Todd McFarlane in one of his last "Spider-Man" issues? And was She-Hulk going to be gold in her ill-fated TV series?
This week, we examine whether there was a failed "She-Hulk" TV pilot that would've been Bill Bixby's final appearance as David Banner.
Charles Soule & Javier Pulido's "She-Hulk" #10 is "another brilliant chapter in a fantastic take on Jennifer Walters."
The writer looks back at his critically acclaimed superhero legal procedural and discusses his plans for the book's final issues.
This week in toys, figures and collectibles brought a rollerskating Harley Quinn, Domos dressed as Ghostbusters and a whole lot more.
After his work on the "Ant-Man" script, here are the heroes we’d like to see the "Anchorman" director bring to life for Marvel Studios.
The cancellation of Marvel's "She-Hulk" series has worked Brett White into a frenzy, and he's calling for changes to the way comics are marketed.
This week's TOYING catches up on everything revealed at this year's New York Comic Con from Mattel, Hasbro and all the rest!
Charles Soule and Javier Pulido's "She-Hulk" #8 is a "smooth, very enjoyable opening to a new story arc."
From the "Death of Wolverine" to the increased focus on female leads, Marvel Comics' All Access panel offered fans a lively and informative discussion.
The "Death of Wolverine" writer talks about his passion for space in Oni's "Letter 44," his intense schedule and what's next for his career.
Charles Soule & Javier Pulido's "She-Hulk" #7 continues the duo's run on the series that is "a book unlike any out there right now."
Superior Marvel writer Dan Slott examines his comic book career, from "Arkham" to "Amazing," and reveals his favorite stories that never saw print.
Deathlok was only the beginning for "Marvel's Agents of SHIELD," and CBR speculates which other characters will join the cast in Season 2.
Charles Soule discusses "She-Hulk's" next arc, in which Jen and her allies attempt to unlock the secrets of a mysterious case no one remembers.
She-Hulk co-creator Stan Lee has responded to screenwriter David S. Goyer’s suggestion that the character was created as “a giant green porn star."
Writer David S. Goyer's controversial comments on She-Hulk and Martian Manhunter have prompted vocal objections from fans and industry observers.
Kelly Thompson examines Marvel's five new female-led ongoings launched as a part of All-New Marvel NOW! -- and the prognosis is good.
You know him as the mastermind behind "Superior" and "Amazing Spider-Man," but Dan Slott's career has spanned many other surprising characters.
Writer Charles Soule flexes his legal muscle as he and artist Javier Pulido try to help Doctor Doom's son gain extradition in "She-Hulk" #3, on sale 4/2!
"She-Hulk" prepares for a big day, Jonathan Hickman's still got a "Secret," "The Auteur's" cover is eye-poppingly odd and more.
Charles Soule and Javier Pulido's "She-Hulk," due out April 2 from Marvel, finds Jen Walters' legal pursuits landing her in Dr. Doom's crosshairs.
The prolific Charles Soule discusses his side-job as a lawyer, appointment TV for a busy comic writer -- but won't name a favorite fictional lawyer.
With Marvel's four new TV series set to film in the five boroughs, SPINOFF ONLINE sets its sights on some other heroes that could get the NYC Netflix treatment.
Revisiting the question from an earlier column, writer Brett White dug up some more numbers to see if Storm is still Marvel's Wonder Woman.
Charles Soule & Javier Pulido bring Jennifer Walters to All-New Marvel NOW! with "She-Hulk" #1, "a great start to a new series."
Charles Soule talks about his plans for the ongoing "She-Hulk," which include setting up Jen Walters new law practice and a run in with Doctor Doom.
Marvel has a virtual pantheon of amazing female heroes ripe for for film and TV, and CBR picks which characters deserve the Hollywood treatment.