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The revelation about Captain America's Hydra affiliation spills over into the Winter Soldier's world -- Jim Zub discusses how it all fits together.
"Captain America" writer Nick Spencer tells CBR News about issue #2's major reveal and reiterates that Steve Rogers "is not brainwashed."
Get a sneak peek at "Death of X" variants by David Nakayama and Kevin Wada, "Ultimates" #9 art by Kenneth Rocafort and Dan Brown, and more.
We look back at the biggest moments from the comics event that inspired the "Captain America" sequel, and altered the Marvel Universe.
Jim Zub and Jon Malin's "Thunderbolts" #1 "is a throwback full of punches, guns and crazy twists."
Start your May off right by perusing new Marvel art from "Daredevil" #7, "Star Wars" #19, "Doctor Strange" #8 and more.
Axel Alonso explains the big happenings in the "Avengers Standoff" crossover, and previews Becky Cloonan & Steve Dillon's new "Punisher" series.
Nick Spencer breaks down the event's biggest twists, explaining what a new Quasar, Mariah Hill's situation and the Thunderbolts mean for Marvel's future.
They may be renegades, but Winter Soldier's new team is exactly what the Marvel Universe needs in Jim Zub and Jon Malin's "Thunderbolts."
The Winter Soldier leads a team of renegades in Jim Zub and Jon Malin's "Thunderbolts" #1 from Marvel -- but are they heroes or villains?
Jim Zub tells CBR how the classic Marvel team of villains playing hero hook up with Bucky Barnes' and why now is the time for a revival.
CBR breaks down the books we can't wait for coming your way this May from the House of Ideas, including a new event, new #1s and more.
With the original Thunderbolts crew returning to the printed page, here are five '90s Marvel comics that deserve a sequel series.
Steve Rogers is back as Captain America, and Axel Alonso gives behind-the-scenes details, plus insight into the Winter Soldier-led "Thunderbolts."
The Winter Soldier will head up the classic roster of villains-turned-heroes in a new "Thunderbolts" series from writer Jim Zub and artist Jon Malin.
Atlas and Fixer join the illuminated cast members in Marvel's series of teasers.
A new image fills in several silhouetted characters from yesterday's Marvel Comics teaser, revealing two classic Thunderbolts members.
Axel Alonso talks in-depth about Marvel's upcoming "All-New, All-Different" direction, those teasers and why it isn't a reboot.
This week, the real life reason for Hulk's wife's death, a secret Teen Titans crossover, and was the famous Thunderbolts reveal almost spoiled before #1 came out?
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.
"Batman V Superman" set revealed on a Detroit TV station; Sony's 2017 "Spider-Man" spinoff will feature a leading female character & more.
Ben Acker & Ben Blacker discuss the fallout from "Thunderbolts" #27, in which Red Hulk had an explosive reaction to Punisher quitting the team.
The latest volume of Marvel's "Thunderbolts" is slated to end with issue #32, from writers Ben Acker & Ben Blacker and artist Kim Jacinto.
Paolo Rivera, Pop Mhan, Jock, Mike Allred and Julian Totino Tedesco's offerings all vie for CBR's Cover of the Week honors.
Writers Ben Acker & Ben Blacker take over "Thunderbolts" in June and tell CBR about their plans, including why the Punisher will try to take out his teammates.
With Warren Ellis currently revamping "Moon Knight" for Marvel, CBR looks at some of the writer's most essential contributions to the comics medium.
Marvel has tapped writing duo Ben Acker & Ben Blacker as the newest scribes for the "Thunderbolts" ongoing series, taking over from Charles Soule.
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.
This week, Chris Samnee's "Daredevil" sinks, Poison Ivy charms, "X-Men Legacy" waits patiently and "Thunderbolts" double-dips.
Charles Soule tells CBR about "No Mercy," a new arc that begins in "Thunderbolts" #20.NOW, and finds the team and new member Johnny Blaze up against Mercy.
Batman pulls double duty, the Thunderbolts are hopelessly lost, Parker ends up in a (literal) shooting gallery and "Dead Body Road" looms large.
Check out a first look at Charles Soule & Carlo Barberi's "Thunderbolts" #20.NOW featuring the original Ghost Rider. The issue hits Jan. 15.
Ben Acker and Ben Blacker, the writing duo behind podcast/live radio drama "The Thrilling Adventure Hour," talk their two new Marvel annuals.
Charles Soule and Gabriel Walta send the team on a road trip in "Thunderbolts" #19, and CBR has an exclusive preview!
Ghost Rider is the latest addition to Marvel's dysfunctional antihero team, and writer Charles Soule spoke with CBR News about what his presence means for the book, and the threat that gets his attention.
As the first act of "Infinity" closes with a bang, Marvel Comics E-i-C Axel Alonso talks about the big picture of the event, the "Inhumanity" follow up and Jason Aaron’s plans for "Thor: The Dark World’s" villain.
Skottie Young draws adorable baby versions of Marvel Comics characters and now his work has jumped beyond the page. Check out tattoos based on his versions of Nova, Spider-Man and Deadpool!
Writer Charles Soule begins his run on "Thunderbolts" with #12 and CBR News spoke to him about the fallout from the team's latest mission and the current dynamics between his cast. Plus, exclusive art!
Writer Jeff Parker's run on "Thunderbolts" and "Dark Avengers" recently came to a close with "Dark Avengers" #190. We spoke with him about shedding light on the dark corner of the Marvel U for nearly four years.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you advance looks at new titles on sale next Wednesday including "Avengers" #13, "Daredevil: Dark Knights" #1, "Ultimate Comics Ultimates" #25 and more.