Let it never be said that Marvel Comics doesn't take deadlines seriously. Okay, it will probably be said in the future, possibly on this website, but the venerable superhero publisher took what for many fans would seem like dramatic measures to honor next week's on-sale date for The Incredible Hulk #2, which was completed by no fewer than 11 credited pencilers and inkers. Written by Jason Aaron, the 20-page issue was sold to reta
Wondering who's who at the Jean Grey School for Higher Learning in the new Wolverine and the X-Men? Just check out this handy chart of all seven different subgroups, provided to CA by Marvel Comics and designed by Irene Y. Lee.
The X-Men as fans knew them have been split in two following the polarizing events of "Schism," and it's left the last guy anyone would expect to teach the next generation of Marvel's less-than-merry mutants how to thrive in a world that hates and fears them. Starting today in the pages of Wolverine and the X-Men #1 (in stores and available digitally on comiXolo
Marvel's Incredible Hulk panel gave fans a look into the Jade Giant and his extended family's smashing schedule for the coming year yesterday at New York Comic Con. In addition to the Hulk's upcoming battle against Banne
Vertigo came to NYCC armed with a few announcements and plenty of updates this year, including news that many of its ongoing titles will accelerate its transition to a simultaneous digital and print release schedule beginning in November and continuing through 2012. The panel also
As announced at Comic-Con International in San Diego this past July, popular comics creators Jason Aaron and Marc Silvestri will be collaborating on a new series of The Incredible Hulk for Marvel Comics. The series is part of a new era of Hulk stories following the beloved five-year run written by Greg Pak. On sale next month, issue #1 begins the "Hulk Asunder" storyline in which
As much as I love the X-Men, it's hard to get excited about a story where Wolverine and Cyclops fight each other. It's not just that it's been done before, but that over the past 30 years, it's been done so much that the readers accept their ongoing conflict as being just as much a regular part of the comic as the staples that hold it together. Some
Marvel fans who've attended panel discussions at comic book conventions or follow many of the publisher's writers and editors on Twitter have no doubt heard talk of "creative retreats." It is known that durin
Of all the news to come out of Comic-Con last month, word that Jason Aaron and R.M. Guéra's Vertigo crime series Scalped would end in October with issue #60 stood out as a serious bummer amid some otherwise very cool announcements, including that Aaron is set to helm Incredible Hulk at Marvel starting in October.
This weekend Aaron did his best to mop up fan tears by clarifying that Scalped is wrapping up o