Al Ewing talks about the "Last Days of Captain America, She-Hulk and the rest of his team, as they prepare for "Secret Wars."
Al Ewing explains why an inverted Captain America & Luke Cage are trying to destroy the team in the book's inaugural arc, which has ties to "AXIS."
In the second installment of THE MISSION, Joseph Illidge connects Marvel's "Mighty Avengers" series to "chameleons" working within the system.
"Al Ewing" tells CBR about "Captain America & the Mighty Avengers," a new series that teams Luke Cage's squad with Sam Wilson, the new Captain America.
"Mighty Avengers" writer Al Ewing discusses what lies ahead for Blade, both in the present and in the "Original Sin"-fueled journey to the 1970s Marvel Universe.
Al Ewing tells CBR about how "Mighty Avengers" will be haunted by a secret '70s super team as the writer kicks off the series' "Original Sin" tie-in arc in June.
Mavel's latest teaser for event series "Original Sin" sees artist Francesco Francavilla flashing back to the past of "Mighty Avengers."
As "Mighty Avengers" heads into its second arc, Al Ewing discusses the fledgling team and the challenges beyond "Infinity" & "Inhumanity."
A downloadable script of Al Ewing's "Mighty Avengers" #1 has revealed the identity of Spider Hero, the mysterious member of the new Avengers team.
"Mighty Avengers" writer Al Ewing joins THE INFINITE WAR REPORT to examine the ongoing series about a new team of Avengers who try to protect New York during the chaos of "Infinity."
In this week's INFINITE WAR REPORT, "Infinity" Editor Tom Brevoort joins CBR for a thorough look at "Avengers" #20, the latest chapter in Marvel's blockbuster "Infinity" event.
Marvel Comics has provided CBR with an exclusive peek at Greg Land's Ronin-centric cover for "Mighty Avengers" #4.INH, an "Inhumanity" tie-in scheduled for release in December.
This week, Marvel Comics Editor-in-Chief Axel Alonso discusses the challenges of launching and relaunching hit series with an eye on making "Mighty Avengers" a hit and growing "Captain Marvel's" fanbase.