CBR takes a journey into mystery to examine magical Marvel characters!
Image's superhero titles are full of interesting and unique takes on the genre, some that are much more interesting than what Marvel and DC are putting out these days.
Superheroes can't always rely on green fists or laser beams, have a look at some of the tools of the trade on our list of most iconic Marvel weaponry.
CBR gets real, breaking down all those superheroes from movies and TV shows who barely resemble their counterparts from the comics.
From Dark Knight to Smallville, these superhero films and TV shows tipped their hand early on -- but you probably never noticed.
From Captain America's finest hour to world-conquering snakes, join CBR as we look at the best alternate worlds from Marvel's What If? series!
The Women of Marvel discuss the relationship, or lack thereof, between flagging sales and "forced diversity" at their NYCC panel.
Marvel's Sana Amanat and Judy Stephens discuss working in the comic book industry from a female perspective, as well as what the future holds.
Ryan Penagos, Immortal Hulk writer Al Ewing and more offer an inside look at the Marvel Universe and the heroes and villains that shape hit.
Writers Jason Aaron, Donny Cates, Gerry Duggan & Dan Slott tease what's coming down the pipeline at Marvel Comics for the Avengers, FF, Iron Man, etc.
Editor-in-Chief C.B. Cebulski shares his insight on Marvel's past, present and future, including what's in store for Spider-Man, the X-Men and more.
Marvel and IDW Publishing announce a new partnership to publish superhero titles intended for younger readers to debut this November.
2018 has already seen a handful of instances of Marvel and DC Comics "crossing over" with one another, and we've got the panels to prove it.
CBR examines the actions of the original X-Men in the present day and asks whether their continued presence has really been justified.