Latest 'power pack' news
Power Pack is Back – Marvel Announces More Legacy Titles
Devin Grayson returns to comics with Power Pack #63, Guardians of the Galaxy gets Legacy numbering, and more.
James Gunn Once Pitched Marvel a Power Pack MAX Series
Guardians of the Galaxy director James Gunn revealed he pitched a 'grim and gritty' Power Pack reboot for Marvel's MAX imprint in 2009.
Michael Rosenbaum Wants to Write a Power Pack Movie
The Smallville veteran, and Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 actor, has his eye on a beloved Marvel Comics property from the 1980s.
Spider-Man 2099 Drafts Classic Marvel Team Into A Futuristic Civil War
The issue from Peter David and Will Sliney features the return of many classic and forgotten 2099 characters as well.
1987 And All That: Power Pack #28-33
Power Pack is a comic about why kids shouldn't be superheroes, even (or perhaps especially) the heroic ones.
Marvel Almost Sold “Captain America” to Warner Bros, “Thor” to Sony
An ex-Marvel Studios exec opens up about the early days of the company, and where the IP could have gone.
SDCC: Brigman Looks Back on “Power Pack,” Ahead to Her Future
June Brigman received an Inkpot Award and looked back on her career as an illustrator during a spotlight panel at Comic-Con International.
Women In Comics: Simonson, Nocenti Talk Marvel & Gender Roles in Comics
During Women's History Month, CBR shines the spotlight on female comics creators, past and present. This week, Ann Nocenti and Louise Simonson reflect on working at Marvel & the pitfalls of writing female characters.
Guest-Starring “AvX’s” Jonathan Hickman
The all-star Architect guest run continues as Jonathan Hickman joins Marvel E-i-C Axel Alonso to discuss his role in the world-building of "Avengers Vs. X-Men," the next phase of "Fantastic Four" and coming up in the ranks at Marvel.
Christos Gage Speaks Out on “Avengers Academy’s” Striker Coming Out
"Avengers Academy" writer Christos Gage spoke with CBR News about issue #23's outing of Academy student Striker as a gay teen, while sharing an exclusive look at the scene.
Seven Marvel Properties That Should Make The Move To TV
With the announcement on Monday that Marvel has at last established a television division, with veteran writer Jeph Loeb at the helm, our thoughts turn to which of the company's characters are ready to make the leap to live-action television.
WW Philly: Comics Are For Kids Too!
Sunday afternoon saw a gathering of some of the biggest names in kid-friendly comics for a discussion and Q&A regarding the topic and challenge of creating comic books with a younger audience in mind.
Giarrusso talks Mini Marvels: Rock, Paper Scissors
Cartoonist Chris Giarrusso sits down with CBR News to talk about Mini Marvels: Rock, Paper, Scissors, the new digest collecting the comic strip adventures of Marvel's bite-sized heroes.