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Axel Alonso talks the big picture of "Secret Wars" and beyond, and responds to recent controversies involving Chris Sims and Ronald Wimberly.
The month where "Secret Wars" begins also brings plenty more unexpected developments from Marvel, including the "Superior Iron Woman."
Peek into Marvel's future with art from "Ms. Marvel" #13 by Takeshi Miyazawa, "Superior Iron Man" #6 by Laura Braga and "Nova Annual" by David Baldeon.
Tom Taylor explains why an inverted Tony Stark isn't a villain, casting Pepper Potts as Iron Man's most dangerous opponent and more.
Get an early taste of Marvel's 2015 with glimpses at pages from "Ms. Marvel" #11, "Superior Iron Man" #4 and "Guardians 3000" #4.
"AXIS" and the "Death of Wolverine" haunt "Wolverine and the X-Men" while Daredevil tries to stop the "Superior Iron Man's" reign of terror.
Superior Iron Man, Ant-Man and more are featured in our exclusive advance look at Marvel Comics' February 2015 solicitations.
With Axel Alonso out of the office, Tom Brevoort Talks to the Hat about the unique premise of "All-New Cap" and the end of "Fantastic Four."
Tom Taylor and Yidiray Cinar's "Superior Iron Man" #1 is "a unique and good-looking spin" on the Iron Avenger's new mid-"AXIS" status quo.
The events of "AXIS" have hit Tony Stark hard, and Tom Taylor and Yildiray Cinar's "Superior Iron Man" #1 explores his new frame of mind.
"Superior Iron Man" artist Yildiray Cinar tells CBR what it's like bringing to life an egomaniacal Tony Stark and his new silver battle suit.
Tom Taylor spills some secrets about November's "Superior Iron Man" debut, which stars a Tony Stark whose ego and intellect have been unleashed.
In November, Tony Stark becomes the "Superior Iron Man," and CBR has an exclusive preview of Yildiray Cinar's art from the debut issue!
Marvel has announced a female Thor, a black Captain America and a "Superior" Iron Man, and Axel Alonso talks in detail about the Avengers NOW! changes.
Writer Tom Taylor discloses several details about "Superior Iron Man" and Tony Stark's increased ambition and ego.
Two years after "Marvel NOW," the publisher's latest initiative includes "Superior Iron Man," "All-New Captain America" and the female "Thor."