The floodgates are open on Marvel NOW! Wave 2, and Editor-in-Chief Axel Alonso is back to explain the story behind the creation of "Avengers" #24.NOW, "All-New Invaders" and "Inhuman."
This week, the Riddler surprises and another tale of "Astro City" dazzles you with the mundane while Lobo-In-Name-Only gets "Twilighted" & "Infinity: The Hunt" ignores Jimmy Woo's nationality.
Brett White really wants to like DC Comics, but the company's recent spate of decisions, talent departures and statements continue to result in a less and less DC-heavy pull list.
A photography-obsessed Augie sees a camera in "Danger Girl" and take a deep dive into its level of authenticity. Plus: Harley Quinn, Godwin's Law, new fonts and more!
This week, Tim provides the straight truth as he responds to reader questions about the best comics of the Silver Age, the importance of art criticism, and the legacy of Nu-Marvel."
This week, Marvel Editor-in-Chief Axel Alonso unpacks the opening installments of the new "Battle of the Atom" event describing how it impacts the worlds of Bendis, Aaron and Woods and who the real Jean Grey is.
This week, Ron Marz has some thoughts about ideas, including one particular idea that waited almost 20 years between origination and actual publication and the twists and turns in between.
The hard-to-kill Prince Charming uses talents not involving romance or swordplay while Tony Chu's sister showcases skills that'd make Layla Miller jealous, all while DC makes comics of Wiki entries for Villains Month.
When it comes to making snarky comments and insulting creators under cover of the anonymity provided by the Internet, Brett White urges fans to consider the ramifications of their remarks.
Struck by a page of Jim Steranko's art from "Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.," Augie breaks down the legendary artist's storytelling to see what he can learn.
Tim reconsiders "Spaceman," the mostly-ignored sci-fi miniseries from the "100 Bullets" team of Brian Azzarello and Eduardo Risso, and finds a comic that is not at all what it first seems to be.
Marvel Comics Editor-in-Chief Axel Alonso looks at titles making a big shift from the ending "Avengers Arena" to the earth-bound "Captain America" with stops along the way for Spider-Man 2099 and "A+X."
Daniel Way works himself through a bout of prepartem writer's block, explaining how the different circumstances between his daughter's birth and that of her older brother affect him on personal and professional levels.
The Transformers will all rue the name Tyrest after this week, while Rucka & Lark's new project really gets it done and a literary-themed IDW title swings for the fences in one heck of a great week of comics.
Augie looks at a pair of Humanoids offerings this week: The romantic dramedy "Bluesy Lucy" and the noir dark comedy, "Bad Breaks." Plus, updates on "The Smurfs" and Steve Uy's "Feather."
Tim has an in-depth discussion with Joe Casey about the upcoming "GÃ¸dland Finale," the legacy of the series and what it all means. Also: an exclusive glimpse at new Tom Scioli art!"
This week, Marvel Comics Editor-in-Chief Axel Alonso discusses the challenges of launching and relaunching hit series with an eye on making "Mighty Avengers" a hit and growing "Captain Marvel's" fanbase.
This week Ron Marz talks about the unique creative freedoms of working for Crossgen, who did not have editors, and the "off-model" issues that resulted in some of his favorite comics.
In his latest column, Daniel Way discusses what drives a story forward and the situation that saw him cut back on Marvel titles and work on more creator-owned projects.