With the release of Captain America #19, drawn and colored by his former partners-in-crime Steve Epting and Frank D'Armata, Ed Brubaker wrapped up an eight year run on Captain America, having shepherded the character and series through a small fistful of different incarnations and titles. His run saw the return
Throughout his five-decade history, he's been Amazing, Spectacular, Sensational and even Unlimited, but starting next year, Marvel's wall-crawling Avenger will become something he's never been before: Superior.
Launching in 2013 is Superior Spider-Man, a new series that will replace Amazing Spider-Man and, it seems, replac
Not content with writing critically-acclaimed series about teenage characters in Journey Into Mystery and Generation Hope, Kieron Gillen is revamping Marvel's premiere teen super team as he and Phonogram partner Jamie McKelvie relaunch Young Avengers in 2013 as part of the ongoing Marvel NOW! roll-out.
The new series brings together members of the original Young Avengers team created by Allan Heinberg and Jim Cheung - Wiccan, Hulkling and Kate Bishop - with a numb
As part of its most recent round of Marvel! NOW teaser images, last week Marvel hinted at a new project from Liberty Meadows creator Frank Cho. Today the publisher announced, via an interview on its website, that it's launching Savage Wolverine, a new on-going series with Cho set to be writer and artist. Cho promises that his take on Wol
Greg Rucka has been talking about what was behind his decision to leave DC a couple of years ago, and how he feels about the end of his tenure on Marvel's Punisher - as well as his feelings about both companies' current attitude towards creators in general. Spoiler: He's not very much in favor of the way things are.In an interview with Clint Magazine,
As exclusively revealed by the Washington Post this morning, the Ultimate Universe is about to inaugurate a new leader of the free world. In a special election that follows months of chaos that have torn the U.S. ap
If I had to guess, I'd probably say that, somewhere out there, an artist has previously depicted Stan Lee sitting on a throne, master of all he surveys. But with a little twist, artist Camilla d'Errico (Nightmares and Fairy Tales) has given us something different: Stan Lee sitting on a throne on top of a giant pile of adorable Marvel toys. Oh, and there's also
You hear it all the time: "Jack Kirby is the King of Comics." "Jack 'King' Kirby." "Marvel's House of Ideas is The House That Jack Built." Most people, comics critics and the like, usually leave it there