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In a franchise-blurring race around the globe, who'd win -- Iron Man or an Imperial TIE Fighter? These charts break it all down.
Johnny Storm seemingly flames on (and on) in this promotional video that employs a drone and a flammable dummy.
CBR spoke with Charles Soule about his new cast, villains and the "All-New, All-Different" challenges his "Uncanny Inhumans" will face this fall.
Axel Alonso talks the freshly revealed lineups of the "All-New, All Different Avengers" and "Uncanny Inhumans," plus "Civil War" and "Hail Hydra."
Noah Berlatsky argues that a female Thor or a Black Iris West isn't a radical reinvention -- it's keeping with decades of superhero tradition.
With Marvel's heavily hyped "Fantastic Four" #600 hitting stores today, the publisher has spilled the beans on some of what fans can expect from longtime FF architect Jonathan Hickman's landmark issue.
Despite November seeing Marvel Comics' "Fantastic Four" return with the publication of #600, the publisher today announced that Jonathan Hickman's spinoff title "FF" will continue as well.
With (appropriately enough) the release of a fourth teaser image, Marvel Comics has formally announced the return of "Fantastic Four" in November with #600, a "quadruple-sized" issue.
Today's teaser for the November-hitting Fantastic Four-themed project helmed by current "FF" writer Jonathan Hickman features a Joe Quesada-drawn shot of the original FF.
Following up on yesterday's Fantastic Four-themed teaser, Marvel has released a new image featuring the members of Jonathan Hickman's "FF" along with a November release date.
In its second teaser of the day, Marvel hints at the possible return of the Human Torch to the Marvel Universe with an image consisting solely of the Fantastic Four's icon set against a satellite shot of the Earth.
Writer Rob Williams and editor Tom Brennan team up to explain the ins and outs of the upcoming Iron Man epic "The Iron Age" in Marvel's latest "Next Big Thing" call, revealing the full creative teams and more.
In the "The Iron Age" a time traveling Iron Man and an all star team of Marvel Heroes from different eras must prevent Earth's destruction. We spoke with writer Rob Williams about the project.
Marvel Comics has released an advance look at "Fantastic Four" #588 by writer Jonathan Hickman and artists Nick Dragotta and Mark Brooks with an Alan Davis cover. The final issue of the series hits stores February 23.