PREVIEWS: "Spider-Gwen," "Chewbacca" & More Marvel Comics on Sale October 14, 2015
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Marvel wrapped its presence at WonderCon 2012 with some new announcements and a panel of creators to unveil the latest developments at the House of Ideas.
Marvel's premiere WonderCon 2012 panel starring Senior Vice President and Executive Editor Tom Brevoort brings new announcements for "X-Treme X-Men" and "Captain Marvel" with a plethora of fan questions.
Tom Brevoort, Jeph Loeb and Mark Waid anchor a round up of news and announcements surrounding the incoming "Avengers Vs. X-Men" event, including the secrets of the "Avengers Academy" tie-ins and where the Hulk(s) will pop up.
Humberto Ramos and Tom Brevoort take the stage at Anaheim's WonderCon to discuss the incoming plans for "Amazing Spider-Man" including a look at the return of the Lizard in "No Going Back" and the announcement of "Space: Punisher."
Marvel brings digital comics to WonderCon with its House of Ideas panel, bringing the latest updates for the Marvel Comics App, Marvel Digital Comics Unlimited and more.
In today's WHEN TWO TRIBES GO TO WAR, CBR's look at "AVX," writers Kieron Gillen, Christos Gage, & Jeff Parker plus the "AvX" editors look at some of the event's toughest characters.
More than three months after Marvel announced the delay of "Kiss Kiss Bang Bang" and "Route 666," the publisher confirmed the planned revival of the Crossgen titles has been shelved.
In today's edition of CBR's in-depth look at "AvX," writers Kieron Gillen and Cullen Bunn and editor Tom Brevoort discuss Captain America, Cyclops, Wolverine and Luke Cage - the four generals involved in the conflict.
Artist Patrick Zircher joins writer Ed Brubaker in May for a new arc of "Captain America." CBR spoke with him and editor Tom Brevoort about the arc featuring Cap hunting for a murderer.
In the first installment of CBR's "Avengers Vs. X-Men" feature, WHEN TWO TRIBES GO TO WAR, editors Tom Brevoort and Nick Lowe join us for a discussion about the role team loyalties play in the conflict.
"Avengers Assemble" writer Brian Michael Bendis, artist Mark Bagley and editor Tom Brevoort gathered together to reveal new details on the upcoming series in a special press conference call.
ROBOT 6's Tim O'Shea talks with Tom Brevoort, Marvel's senior vice president of publishing, about the company's 2011, including his role at Marvel, layoffs, cancelled miniseries, "Daredevil," social media and more.
Marvel's top editors grilled the "Avengers Vs. X-Men" writing team of Brian Bendis, Jason Aaron, Matt Fraction, Ed Brubaker and Jonathan Hickman on the battle lines of the 2012 evet. CBR has the complete rundown.
A lineup of Marvel's Mightiest creators from Matt Fraction to Kieron Gillen to Chris Gage lead the latest round of news including an X-Man coming to the Avengers, Rick Remender on "Secret Avengers" and a return for the Runaways.
Marvel has released a second teaser for "Fear Itself: The Fearless," this time focusing on the X-Men involvement in the series with an image featuring Storm, Mirage and Valkyrie.
Marvel is teasing "Fear Itself: The Fearless," debuting what appears to be Mike Deodato's variant cover for the series' first issue with the teaser statement "Defeat the FF, Save the World."
Writers Matt Fraction, Cullen Bunn and Chris Yost team up for Marvel's latest conference call, revealing the secrets behind the hammer-hunting saga that is the 12-part series "The Fearless" and CBR is on hand LIVE!
Today's "Shattered Heroes" teaser image hints at tough days ahead for Thor, depicting a an appropriately shattered Mjolnir, smashed to pieces against the ground.
Marvel has released a second Shattered Heroes teaser, re-issuing an image previously released during Comic-Con International featuring several characters we now know a little bit more about.
Marvel has released its first teaser for the CCI-announced Shattered Heroes one-shots which are set to explore the ramifications of "Fear Itself" and Schism" on the lives of the MU's costumed population
Writer Brian Michael Bendis teams up with Executive Editor Tom Brevoort to discuss the return of the Dark Avengers in "The H.A.M.M.E.R. War," the birth of the Revengers and the buildup to the Avengers movie.
The artist behind the new Ultimate Spider-Man, Sara Pichelli, joins Marvel Comics' Tom Brevoort to talk race, the press and the future with an exclusive first look at "Ultimate Comics Spider-Man" #1.
In the wake of San Diego, Tom Brevoort unpacks Marvel's plans for original graphic novels, shares how "Fear Itself" will push the Marvel U to its next phase and invites Matt Fraction in for a "Mighty Thor" sneak peek!
As America prepares for Steve Rogers' big screen bow and CCI, Tom Brevoort discusses "Captain America's" influence on comics and the future of "Avengers."
Tom Brevoort is back digging into the fan questions mail bag to cover a range of Marvel Comics issues from the X-Men's "Schism" to the future of CrossGen and the fate of characters both female and furious.
As "The Avengers" rolls film, Tom Brevoort looks at how movies from "Captain America" to "X-Men: First Class" affect Marvel Comics while his staff digs into their own long boxes and show off tons of exclusive art.
Tom Brevoort gives twice the info on this week's shocking "Ultimate Spider-Man" #160 including the history of the story and of specialty variants while addressing fan questions on Marvel pricing and "Astonishing Captain America."
In a week when Marvel loses one of its heroes in Bucky "Captain America" Barnes and one of its marquee titles in "Uncanny X-Men," Tom Brevoort still has time to juggle his picks for DC's relaunches and more.
Comic shop owner Jud Meyers talks out issues of retail, fandom and more with Tom Brevoort, from debate over Marvel's lack of a Vertigo-like line, sales on comic book deaths and the status of Neil Gaiman's "Marvelman."
Fresh off a Marvel Creative Summit with Brian Michael Bendis and the rest of the Marvel Architects, Tom Brevoort digs into DC's rumored plans for renumbering and how Marvel views the double-edged sword of reboots.
Ed Brubaker and Steve McNiven answer the call to place Steve Rogers back in the red, white and blue uniform of "Captain America," and the pair join Tom Brevoort to talk old heroes, new villains and an arc that starts with a funeral.
We're wrapping up the week with an all-fan Q&A edition of Marvel SVP of Publishing Tom Brevoort talks about making events "Spider-Island" work, the future of the "Hulk" franchise, "Blade" animation and more!
Tom Brevoort speaks on the current state of Spider-Man from the FCBD special kicking off "Spider-Island" to the difference between today and Brand New Day, while addressing current concerns over Marvel Comics page counts and more!
In honor of the new Marvel Studios film, Tom Brevoort opens up on the ins and outs of "Thor" including how the god hero works on Asgard and Earth and his shifting secret identities. Plus, the behind-the-scenes story of the new Ultimate U.
The Editorial team behind big Marvel Comics from the "Fear Itself" event to "FF" explain the process of making big events, finishing "Secret Warriors" and relaunching "Captain America & Bucky."
Tom Brevoort opens up on Marvel's blockbuster Avengers franchise from the Bendis effect to the heroes that can never leave, featuring loads of exclusive art from "Avengers," "Secret Avengers," "Avengers Academy" and more.
Tom Brevoort digs into how which the biggest events and newest series at Marvel get made, from the cliffhanger ending at the heart of "Death of Spider-Man" to new characters in "Vengeance" to the "Captain America" relaunch.
Tom Brevoort returns for a jam-packed Q&A announcing the return of a lost Mark Waid comic, discussing the "Spider-Girl" cancellation and dissecting the American Panther teaser with a new piece of art.
Marvel's SVP of Publishing Tom Brevoort is once again locked and loaded to speak directly to readers in an all-fan question installment of his weekly column focusing on "Fear Itself," comic violence and the Avengers line.
Marvel's Tom Brevoort wraps the week expounding upon the role of legendary creators and methods in the modern market and updating readers on the Kirkman/Liefeld "Killraven," the Loeb/Campbell "Spider-Man" and more.