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In the first of a daily set of press conferences this week, Marvel talks the Thunder God's November relaunch
Marvel editor Tom Brevoort helps us tie up loose ends as we bring six months of AVENGERS VS. X-MEN coverage to a close
The current volumes of INVINCIBLE IRON MAN and INCREDIBLE HULK are ending this month, and here's a peek inside.
This week's WOLVERINE AND THE X-MEN features the X-STATIX artist and that book's breakout character, back together
Two big early reviews, with Doop and Mike Allred reuniting in WOLVERINE AND THE X-MEN, and Grant Morrison's HAPPY! #1
Ramón Pérez, the Eisner-winning artist of TALE OF SAND, is taking Jason Aaron's X-book to the Savage Land
LOCKE & KEY's GRINDHOUSE one-shot, WOLVERINE AND THE X-MEN #15, the big kiss in JUSTICE LEAGUE #12 and more, all reviewed
It's a pair of day-of-release reviews, getting very different reactions: BEFORE WATCHMEN: MINUTEMEN #3 and AVX: VS #5
This week's big column looks at JUSTICE LEAGUE DARK #12, the SCALPED finale, INVINCIBLE IRON MAN #523 and more
SCALPED ends with issue #60, Cullen Bunn takes on VENOM solo, DR. MANHATTAN debuts all those, plus more get quick-take reviews
The latest Marvel NOW! reveal is Esad Ribic's first black-and-white pages from the Jason Aaron-written new THOR title.
The LOKI and UNCANNY X-FORCE artist talks to us about THOR: GOD OF THUNDER, the new Marvel NOW! ongoing series
The WOLVERINE AND THE X-MEN writer tells us about his new Marvel NOW! series, which stars past, present and future Thor
It's been a month since the Marvel NOW! revamp was announced, and here's what we know so far and what seems likely
Spider-Man takes a stand against the Phoenix-ified Colossus and Magik, plus Tom Brevoort talks the end of a Marvel marriage
Is AVENGERS VS. X-MEN #9 Spider-Man's last stand? Does the first WORLDS' FINEST arc end strongly? Both are reviewed!
The writer tells us about ending his HULK run, the second year of WOLVERINE AND THE X-MEN and creator-owned plans
Tuesday brings the 2nd Marvel NOW! November teaser exclusively to Newsarama. Who's "Worthy" and who's the creative team?