Senior Vice President, Creator and Content Development CB Cebulski, Editor-in-Chief Axel Alonso and writers Jason Aaron and Rick Remender kicked off today's Welcome to the X-Men panel at WonderCon by teasing "vengeance" with images of two mystery characters. The
Over the past 11 issues, Jason Aaron and Steve Dillon have put the Punisher into action against a pair of familiar foes by introducing Marvel MAX versions of the Kingpin and Bullseye, and in the next issue, they're touching on another situation readers might recognize from clasisc Punisher stories: Frank Castle goes to prison.
But this time, things are a little different. Every ot
The announcement of a new comic series starring Wolverine and/or Spider-Man tends to be greeted with universal cries of "Oh great, another one," but if you're not reading Jason Aaron and Adam Kubert's Astonishing Spider-Man and Wolverine, you're missing out. This is
Marvel's final presentation of New York Comic Con 2010 was the Next Big Thing panel on Sunday, which featured a host of announcements, including that Jason Aaron and artist Ron Garney will be launching an Ultimate Captain America miniseries, Sara Pichelli will be taking over the art on Ultimate Spider-Man, and a new "Alias" series from Brian Michael Bendis and Michael Gaydos is in the works.Moderator and
Marvel's Welcome to the X-Men panel at New York Comic Con discussed "X-Men: Serve & Protect," the newest "X-Men" storylinefrom Victor Gischler and Chris Bachalo, and Editor Axel Alonso revealed that the fallout from the "Curse of the Mutants" storyline will be a miniseries called "Wolverine and Jubilee."Kathryn Immonen is providing the script for "Wolver
There's a flashback in issue 16 of "Wolverine Weapon X," where, sitting by the grave of Jean Grey, Nightcrawler consoles a mourning Logan by telling him "But trust me, we will see her again." This one-shot is an
One of the great comic book traditions is the notion of the team-up. Sometimes that means a strong collaboration between creators, while other times it refers to an alliance between unlikely superheroes
Some things just go great together. Like peanut butter and jelly. Some things don't go so great together. Oil and water have never been that popular, as random acts of dammit are so keen to remind us. Back
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