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SPOILERS: Learn Which Character(s) From Spider-Man’s Past Are “Dead No More”
Dan Slott and Javier Garron give fans a Free Comic Book Day treat by kicking off "The Spider-Event of the Year."
Humphries & Garron Chronicle the Legendary Rise of “Star-Lord”
Sam Humphries tells CBR about his "Year One"-style take on Peter Quill's journey from earthbound teen to swashbuckling cosmic Marvel hero.
• The gates have burst open. Hell has broken loose. • And as if things weren’t bleak enough… • Enter Mister Sinister (shame on you for thinking we left him …
What has Illyana done to Nightcrawler (and can we get the action figure)? Can Colossus really trust the Goblin Queen? Where did that weird little demon’s master go and what …
X-POSITION: Hopeless Charts a Course From “Inferno” to “House of M”
"Inferno" and "House of M" writer Dennis Hopeless answers reader questions about his two X-centric "Secret Wars" series at Marvel.
Hopeless Talks Creating Hell on Earth During “Secret Wars” in “Inferno”
Dennis Hopeless spoke with CBR News about "Inferno," his "Secret Wars" series set in a Battleworld domain where the X-Men lost the 1989 storyline.
X-POSITION: John Layman Signs Off From “Cyclops”
With the series headed toward its intergalactic conclusion, the "Cyclops" writer answers your questions about the teenage X-Man's final issues.
Hopeless & GarrÃ³n Revive “Inferno” for “Secret Wars”
Marvel's latest "Warzones" series sees Dennis Hopeless and Javier GarrÃ³n explore a new take on the late 1980s X-Men storyline "Infterno."
EXCLUSIVE: Marvel’s “Black Vortex” and “Rocket Raccoon” Solicitations for April 2015
Before Marvel's full April solicitations hit, here's a peek at the cosmic books that will bring "Black Vortex" to a close, plus "Rocket Raccoon" #10.
X-POSITION: John Layman Gets to the Heart of “Cyclops”
New "Cyclops" captain John Layman answers your questions about the Marvel Comics series and looks ahead to "The Black Vortex."
SDCC: Layman Sets a Course for Interstellar Adventure with “Cyclops”
John Layman takes over Marvel's "Cyclops" in October and tells CBR his plans for the cosmic adventure series starring a teen Scott Summers and the Starjammers.