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Silk fights the Black Cat, the "Princess Leia" saga continues, "Moon Knight" gets dark and more previews of Marvel's releases for next week.
Spider-editor Nick Lowe discusses all things "Secret Wars," the new Spider books and creative teams and everything else wall-crawler.
Robbie Thompson and Stacey Lee's "Silk" #2 is "a fun read that hits all the playful, light-hearted notes that comic fans love in their wallcrawlers."
Kick back on Oscar Sunday with new Marvel art by Stuart Immonen, W. Scott Forbes, Kris Anka, Jill Thompson and Erica Henderson.
Axel Alonso discusses how new launches like "Silk," "Spider-Gwen" and "Ghost Racers" are a response to "changing demographics" of Marvel readers.
Despite some hit-or-miss execution, Thompson and Lee's "Silk" #1 "has strong humor and unusually fine attention to psychological realism."
Writer Robbie Thompson talks to CBR in-depth about Cindy Moon's first post "Spider-Verse" adventure in "Silk" #1, and his future plans for the series.
When "Silk" #2 arrives in March, will Robbie Thompson and Stacey Lee be bringin along a familiar Spider-for for the ride?
Silk heads out in a brand new solo ongoing series this February when Marvel Comics unleashes "Silk" #1 by Robbie Thompson and Stacey Lee.
Marvel's newest wallcrawler drops in and cops an attitude in the variant cover for her debut issue.
The world's most famous Sith's solo series debuts, "Black Vortex" explodes, "Spider-Gwen" goes solo and "Spider-Verse" wraps in February.
"Amazing Spider-Man" writer Dan Slott explains the high stakes of "Spider-Verse" during New York Comic Con and why he loves writing Marvel Style.
Nick Lowe breaks down the big announcements from NYCC 2014, discusses the Spider-Line's growing diversity and more.
"Supernatural" writer Robbie Thompson chats with CBR News about "Silk," his Spidey spinoff series that explores the past and future of Cindy Moon.
Fan-favorite artist Humberto Ramos spoke to CBR in San Diego about the comics he grew up with, working with Dan Slott and creating new characters.