Tim Webber is a writer, journalist and content creator based out of Atlanta, GA. With over a decade of experience, Tim has written everything from news analysis to cultural criticism about comic books, film, television and music. In addition to his work for CBR, Tim has written for a number of print and digital publications including Creative Loafing and Frequency Magazine. To put his worryingly deep knowledge of comics and superheroes to good use, he also helped design and teach courses based on graphic novels at Emory University, his alma mater. He can usually be found sipping tea, hitting deadlines or trapped under a very large pile of X-Men comics from the 1990s. If he sounds mildly interesting, you can follow Tim on Twitter @MrTimWebber.
Articles by Tim Webber
In Star Trek: Picard—Countdown, IDW's lead-in to the next Star Trek series reveals what happened to two fan-favorite Next Generation characters.
In X-Force #2, the X-Men begin to unravel the visceral secrets of the superhuman assassins who infiltrated Krakoa.
Like every other part of the X-Men's world, the Hellfire Club just went through some big changes, and Marvel has revealed its new members.
In Arrowverse's Crisis on Infinite Earths, the iconic Batman actor apparently isn't playing the Dark Knight fans thought he would be.
In History of the Marvel Universe #5, Marvel doubled down on the importance of Heroes Reborn, one of its most infamous eras.
In Fallen Angels #1, one of Marvel's most infamous mutants has apparently stepped into the power vacuum left by a major recent death.
While the X-Men are still settling into their new status quo, several once-obscure characters have gotten majorroles in the team's new home, Krakoa.
In the '90s, Marvel bought Malibu Comics and its Ultraverse, an up-and-coming superhero world, and merged it with its own iconic heroes.
The first attack on the mutant nation of Krakoa in X-Force #1 results in an apparent loss that will have major ramifications for the X-Men.
Thanks to House of X's revelations, the way that the mutant powers of the X-Men and their villains are classified is clearer than ever.
After lifetimes of violence, Marvel's alternate reality Wolverine finally reaches the end of the road.
In the late '80s, a forgotten comic book controversy allegedly led the the early end of Marvel's A Nightmare on Elm Street series.
One of the X-Men's oldest foes just joined their newest team and quietly revealed some House of X history.
As the X-Men enter a new dawn, new revelations about Professor X and Moira X's past rewrite the history of some of Marvel's strongest mutants.
The X-Men just built a base on one of the most strategically important locations in the Marvel Universe, and they have some serious history with it.
A pair of downloadable apps for the Nintendo Switch gives console owners a new way to read digital comics.
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Almost a year after its release, the main single from Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse is still one of the most popular songs in the world.