Captain America gets a new #1 in July, with Steve Rogers returning to the role, just in time for the movie.
In a bookend to MAGNETO: TESTAMENT, Greg Pak returns to WWII with the origin of Captain America's greatest villain
Warren Ellis is the new writer of SECRET AVENGERS come August, readying a series of six one-issue stories
Matt Fraction and Stuart Immonen deliver the most anticipated event of 2011, as Spider-Man, Captain America, Wolverine, Iron Man and the rest of Ea...
Writer Nick Spencer talks about Iron Man 2.0, taking over for Brubaker on Secret Avengers and their Fear Itself Tie-Ins @ C2E2 2011
The "Point One" issue of CAPTAIN AMERICA and the start of "War of the Green Lanterns" kicks off the big weekly review column
Marvel CCO Joe Quesada talks about the upcoming Captain America, Thor and Avengers movies @ C2E2 2011.
Preview of STEVE ROGERS: SUPER-SOLDIER ANNUAL #1, part of the Marvel Comics storyline "Escape From The Negative Zone."
Marvel continues to promote FEAR ITSELF via their well-honed art of the teaser, this time featuring Marvel's big 3
Take a look at the unlettered art for Captain America & The Secret Avengers, another in the series of one-shots.
Preview CAPTAIN AMERICA & THE KORVAC SAGA #4, CAPTAIN AMERICA AND THE FIRST THIRTEEN #1, HAWKEYE: BLINDSPOT #2.
The plot of FEAR ITSELF remains pretty mysterious, but ascertain what you can from the cover for the second issue, out in May
With IRON MAN 2.0 out this week, the MORNING GLORIES writer talks his latest Marvel assignment, SECRET AVENGERS during FEAR ITSELF
Unlettered preview of CAPTAIN AMERICA #616, celebrating the 70th anniversary of the Marvel Comics hero.
Preview ASTONISHING THOR #3, CAPTAIN AMERICA: HAIL HYDRA #3, ULTIMATE COMICS CAPTAIN AMERICA #3, from Marvel March 2
FEAR ITSELF kicks off with a one-shot prologue in March by Ed Brubaker and Scot Eaton, and here's an early peek.
Michael Avila reports from the floor of the 2011 TOY FAIR where Transformer and superheroes rule the day.
With FEAR ITSELF just about two months away, Marvel debuts the Steve McNiven-illustrated cover for issue #1