With the first chapter of the long-awaited "Character Assassination" arc on sale
now, CBR News speaks with "Amazing Spider-Man" writer Marc Guggenheim
about penning the next great Spidey epic.
The artist behind Dynamite's capes-meets-cannibals miniseries, "Super-
Zombies," explains the process of designing the players as envisioned by writers
Marc Guggenheim & Vince Gonzales.
TV news reporter and comics newcomer Vince Gonzales dishes on the undead
cast, zombie history and areas between heroes and villains on display in "Super-
Zombies," the Dynamite mini co-written by Marc Guggenheim.
Comics and screen scribe Marc Guggenheim prepares to launch a new horrific
set of heroes by way of Dynamite's latest original miniseries, "Super-Zombies,"
co-written with Vince Gonzalez and illustrated by Mel Rubi.
Marc Guggenehim talks about his two October-shipping Spidey stories:“Amazing”
#574 and “Amazing Spider-Man Annual” #1, as well as the crucial 2009 arc,
Marc Guggenheim talks the second season of his acclaimed ABC series “Eli
Stone,” offering spoilers about character developments, guest stars (Sigourney
Weaver and Katie Holmes) and, of course, musical numbers.
"Young X-Men" writer Marc Guggenheim answers your questions about
the book, previews exclusive artwork, and hides a few hints to future
stories in this week's all new, all different X-POSITION.
Kraven is back! Not from the dead (just yet), but writer Marc Guggenheim introduces the Hunter's heir apparent in a three-issue arc of "Amazing Spider-Man" this July in #565-567.
In this week's all-new X-POSITION, Guggenheim spills details on the New
Mutants and why Cyclops is acting a tad strange. Plus exclusive artwork
from next month's "Young X-Men" #3.
CBR was live from NYCC with Peter David, Marc Guggenhem, Dan Slott and
Greg Pak and more on all the news announcements and surprises for the months
CBR premieres exclusive artwork from "Young X-Men" #2 and "Divided
We Stand" Book 1 while Marc Guggenheim talks about the newest, youngest X-
team and reveals Marvel easter eggs found in TV’s “Eli Stone."
"Wolverine" writer Marc Guggenheim has teamed with none other than Wolverine
himself to create “Nowhere Man," a new series from Virgin Comics, and speaks
with CBR News about the Jackman-fueled project.