Today Marvel Comics announced that "Giant Size Ms. Marvel" #1 has sold out and have provided artwork from "Ms. Marvel" #1.
Yesterday we brought you part one of our public Q&A with the architects of Marvel's big cosmic event, "Annihilation." Keith Giffen & Editor Andy Schmidt. Today we've got part two with the remainder of your questions, plus a whole heap of new "Annihilation: Prologue" art & the sketch variant cover.
Marvel Comics has released six-page previews of March 15th shipping titles "Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man" #6 and "Runaways" #14.
For three years Jim McLauchlin has guided Top Cow Studios as Editor-In-Chief. At the end of this month he plans to step down, with Managing Editor Renae Geerlings set to take on the EiC title. We spoke with both McLauchlin and Geerlings about these changes.
Last week, we spoke with Jimmy Palmiotti about the adventures in store for Painkiller Jane in her new, ongoing series from Dynamite Entertainment. In part two of our feature on "Painkiller Jane," we talk with artist Lee Moder about brining the crime plagued world of New York to life.
Could the Silver Surfer say, "whoa?" We get more looks at dystopian England, guess who's coming to dinner at Avengers Mansion, somebody's getting a trip to the thirtieth century, plus news on "Captain America," "Smallville," "Deathlok" and more.
Today Marvel Comics released both the colored and black & white versions of Simone Bianchi's variant cover to "Squadron Supreme" #1. Includes the official press release.
A couple of weeks back we asked you to participate in a Q&A session with the architects of Marvel's big cosmic event, "Annihilation." Keith Giffen & Editor Andy Schmidt tackled your questions and we've got the first of two articles with the answers to your questions.
Updated 5:00 PM PST What new series is in the works at DC? Rich has some ideas. Plus, a big Batman project to be announced at the New York Comic-Con, Marvel's online initiatives, the Frank Miller media blitz, the swipe file and much more.
Frazer Irving found himself with a whole new set of fans with the publication of "Klarion the Witch Boy." The artist is now wowing a whole new set of fans with his work on "Iron Man: Inevitable." Robert Taylor sat down with Irving to discuss his work.