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Brian Michael Bendis joins CBR TV for a lengthy discussion about "Powers'" journey to TV, his X-Men work and why he doesn't like to squash rumors.
Rick Remender, Axel Alonso and more talk this fall's Marvel event, "AXIS," at Comic-Con in San Diego, and CBR News has full coverage.
With comic book movies and TV shows continually looking backwards, how long before audiences tire of seeing their heroes in a rear-view mirror?
DC Collectibles wows with an SDCC preview and solicits while three companies show off Batman '66 toys and the X-Men bask in the spotlight.
Greg Pak and Victor Ibañez kick off Ororo Munroe's first solo ongoing series in July with "Storm" #1, and you can check out a preview, now!
Were the All-New, All-Different X-Men going to have a different original member? How often does Mickey Mouse gets roughed up in Don Rosa's Duck comics!
Current X-Men steward Brian Michael Bendis has commented on the recent rumor of Marvel cancelling the X-Books, calling the claim "outlandish."
Veteran writers Chris Claremont and Peter David team with Nick Lowe for a freewheeling look back at their personal Marvel histories in New York.
Alex Ross has revealed new X-Men and Captain America lithographs that will be available at Comic-Con International 2014.
Chris Yost and Craig Kyle discuss their return to the X-Universe with "Amazing X-Men" and share work stories from "Thor: The Dark World."
Upcoming "Storm" writer Greg Pak answers your questions about Ororo Munroe's first ongoing series at Marvel. Plus, exclusive art from issue #1!
CSBG has the 10 goofiest moments from the first 10 "X-Men" issues, from Magneto pimping out Scarlet Witch to Professor X lusting after Jean Grey.
With Marvel reportedly casting Josh Brolin as Thanos, CBR sets our sights on big names we'd love to see play the "X-Men: Apocalypse" title villain.
A wild weekend sees "Ant Man" almost gain, but then lose, a new director; Josh Brolin announced as the voice of Thanos in "Guardians of the Galaxy" & more.
CSBG takes a look at the foil covers for Marvel's 1995 crossover, "Age of Apocalypse," and determines if the stories inside those shiny covers were any good.
This week, learn the truth behind whether Nightcrawler really has more body parts than most other mutants. Plus, a tribute to the late Al Feldstein.
Brett White channels the Watcher (R.I.P.) and wonders "What if…?" Marvel Studios were to reacquire the film rights to the X-Men?
CBR wonders, which famous X-Men storyline would you most like to see adapted to the big screen following "X-Men: Apocalypse?"
Learn why X-Men nemesis Apocalypse came into existence, taking over the lead villain spot in a story originally written for Daredevil bad guy the Owl!
Announcing the "Death of Wolverine" months in advance guarantees a boost in sales for the hero's final days, but is it really the best move for long term success?
Organizers dub it "the largest event of its kind ever held in the U.K.”! John Carpenter and Eric Powell on "Big Trouble in Little China"! Stan Lee and Chris Claremont talk X-Men!
With "X-Men: Apocalypse" set to follow "Days of Future Past," CBR looks back on the history of the villain set on dominating all of mutantkind.
Whether you're scratching your head or pumping your fist after seeing "X-Men: Dats of Future Past," these are the comics you need to read!
For years, Magneto's background was more than a bit complicated. CSBG breaks down how Marvel went back and forth on whether Magneto was Jewish or not.
CSBG presents a master list of the greatest X-Men stories ever told, just in time for their latest film "X-Men: Days of Future Past!"
Fans know some of the repetitive themes the legendary Chris Claremont used while writing the X-Men for 17 years, and CSBG collects some of the most famous.
In honor of the new X-Men movie, CSBG archived each of the Comic Book Legends Revealed columns spotlighting the X-Men over the years!
In an all-X-Men edition, learn about a possible secret origin of Wolverine, plus the strange tale behind how Cyclops and Jean Grey got married!
This week's Line mashes the X-Men up with different characters, including an epic X-Men/"Peanuts"/"Breakfast Club" combo!
"X-Men: Days of Future Past" director Bryan Singer says it’s “ludicrous” to compare Fox’s X-Men franchise to the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
In their latest spotlight on bad comic book ideas, CSBG takes a look at the bizarre 2003 revelation that mutants in the Marvel U cannot contract AIDS.
In a classic Comic Book Legends Revealed, CSBG reveals how an edit to a single caption dramatically changed the ending of legendary X-Men tale, "Days of Future Past."
CSBG's latest easter eggs show a number of odd cameos in issues of X-Men, from ALF to Hawkman to Dirty Harry, to comic creators like John Ostrander & Jerry Bingham.
Following its leak online earlier this week, Diamond has released its "Previews" cover featuring Marvel's villains united for "Axis."
In the latest in their series examining common comic book themes, CSBG looks at the popular Chris Claremont phrase known to X-Men fans the world over.
"The whole thing feels fresher to me than ever," Hugh Jackman said about carrying on with the "X-Men" franchise as Wolverine.
At Diamond's Retailer Summit, Marvel further teased "Axis," which appears to be written by Rick Remender and feature a variety of villains.
Alex Ross takes two out of five slots while the covers for "Fables," "Secret Avengers" and "Nightcrawler" all represent.
When Marvel's two biggest franchises throw down, who really wins? SPINOFF ONLINE tallies the score.
As companies like Mattel and NECA look forward to Comic-Con International, DC Collectibles, Diamond Select Toys and others reveal upcoming collectibles.