A panel of writers discuss the ins and outs of creator-owned comics without limits including James Robinson, Alex de Campi and Brian K. Vaughan.
The 2015 comic book season kicked off with Image Comics Publisher Eric Stephenson's keynote address and tons of newly announced series.
Highlights from Marvel's March 2015 solicitations include "Fantastic Four" drawing closer towards its finale, and a new character in "Darth Vader."
James Robinson discusses his "All New Invaders" book, his love for the golden age, the end of "Fantastic Four," and a new perspective in sobriety
With Marvel confirming the impending conclusion of "Fantastic Four," series writer James Robinson assures CBR, 'I'm not going to leave this book on a bad note.'
The final day of NYCC saw Marvel editor-in-chief Axel Alonso hosting his "Axel-In-Charge" panel, with word on "Fantastic Four's" fate and more.
James Robinson explains the story that begins in "All-New Invaders" #8, when the team faces an arm of every incarnation of cyborg super soldier Deathlok.
Editor Tom Brevoort tells CBR about the "Marvel 75th Anniversary Celebration," an anthology featuring all-star characters and creators from the company's history.
Marvel Unlimited Plus members were treated to a private C2E2 panel where the publisher talked its digital platform and gave sneak peeks at its print titles.
A new artist for "Inhuman," a new series of 100th anniversary one-shots, a new Star-Lord series and the return of "The Dark Tower" were only part of Marvel's Next Big Thing panel in Chicago.
Marvel's "Spider-verse" panel at C2E2 features James Robinson, Joshua Hale Fialkov, and RamÃ³n Perez talking up the big changes in Spider-Man's world.
Marvel's event of hidden secrets and Watcher murder got a Chicago spotlight as the publisher revealed a new twist for Neil Gaiman's Angela during "Original Sin."
James Robinson took the stage to discuss his current and past work, including current Marvel books, creator-owned work and his aborted plans for "Earth 2."