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How did the Living Laser's appearance in an issue of "Quasar" result in a defining moment for an X-Men "What If...?" tale?
Owner of Secret Headquarters in Tallahassee, Florida, passes away. Cartoonist addresses Ferguson cartoon similarities! Randall Munroe on "xkcd" and "What If?"
You know him as the mastermind behind "Superior" and "Amazing Spider-Man," but Dan Slott's career has spanned many other surprising characters.
Joe Keatinge and Raffaele Ienco ponder an alternate path for Marvel's 2013 event in "What If: Age of Ultron" #1, due out April 2.
Marvel Comics has released an advance look at "What If?" #200, on sale December 29. The landmark issue features stories by Stan Lee and Marc Guggenheim with art by Dave Wilkins and Dale Eaglesham.
Are we in a seasonal depression? It's hard to tell, as Steve Rogers and Guy Gardner usher in an age of sadness that's still outshone by a Wakandan princess, The Advocate, two soldiers, a band of stories and two siblings.
Marvel Editor-in-Chief Joe Quesada held court for a special edition of ‘Stanley’ Cup O’ Joe Saturday at FanExpo in Toronto, Canada where he revealed news about “X-Factor,” ‘Clone Saga,’ Red Hulk and “Young Avengers.”
December is been the month to look at Marvel Comics stories that might have been, because it’s when the latest batch of “What If?” one-shots hit stores. We spoke with editors Chris Allo & Justin Gabrie about the class of 2009.
Steven Grant talks about “What If? Spider-Man: Back in Black,” in which he and artist Gus Vazquez depict what might have happened if Spidey's wife Mary Jane was shot instead of Aunt May.
Brian Reed & Jim McCann and Paolo Pantalena take readers to a world where the Scarlet Witch proclaims, “No more powers!” CBR spoke with the co-writers about December's "What If? House of M."
December's “What If? Fallen Son” one-shot looks at a world where Iron Man, not Captain America, was killed in the aftermath of Civil War. CBR News speaks with writer Marc Sumerak about the book.
Amongst the creative changes and new titles announced this weekend, one of the most welcome surprises was that Marvel Comics will once again ask that oh, so popular question: "What If?"