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Marvel Studios Debuts "The Avengers" Trailer

Marvel has released the highly-anticipated first trailer for the Joss Whedon-directed "The Avengers," uniting Robert Downey Jr., Chris Evans, Sam Jackson, Chris Hemsworth and more as the Earth's Mightiest Heroes.

Marvel Comics On Sale June 29, 2011

Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale next Wednesday including "Amazing Spider-Man" #664, "Fear Itself: Black Widow" #1, "The Iron Age" #1 and many more.

Is Marvel Studios Expanding Too Fast?

If Kevin Feige's recent interview is to be believed, Marvel Studios is already hard at work on their fourth wave of movies - After the first wave of Iron Man and Incredible Hulk, second wave of Iron Man 2, Thor, Captain America: The First Avenger and Avengers and the mysterious third wave of Runaways, Ant Man and whatever else may be in the pipeline. The problem? Well, the size of this new range, for one thing.

Marvel Aims For A SHIELD Movie

Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige reveals that, in addition to sequels for Thor and Captain America and solo projects for Black Widow and Hawkeye, he has hopes for a movie centering on the spy organization led by Samuel L. Jackson's Nick Fury.

Black Widow Encounters "Fear Itself"

Writer Cullen Bunn and artist Peter Nguyen team to introduce the Black Widow to the dangers of "Fear Itself" in a new Marvel Comics miniseries. Featuring covers by Michael Ryan, the Widow stings readers in June.

McCann Makes Widows and Attacks Blindspots

This week, Jim McCann and Duane Swierczynski's superhero espionage epic continues with the release of "Widowmaker" #2. We spoke with McCann about the series and it's coming follow-up, February's "Hawkeye: Blind Spot."

Hawkeye Returns to the (Blind)Spotlight

Marvel Comics has announced the popular Avenger Hawkeye is receiving a solo miniseries following the events of "Widowmaker." "Hawkeye: Blindspot," written by Jim McCann, will debut in February, 2011.

McCann's "Widowmaking" Plans

In "Hawkeye & Mockingbird" #5, title characters' personal and professional relationships ended, but writer Jim McCann isn't done yet. We spoke about his plans for issue #6, December's "Widowmaker" and beyond.

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