EXPLORE 'Wanted' - On the Page & on the Screen

Following DEATH OF SPIDER-MAN, Mark Millar will focus solely on creator-owned projects, the writer told Newsarama
There are a lot of comic book award ceremonies, but Millar tells Newsarama why his are not only different, but needed
In light of big change coming to the title, several past FF creators talk what's made the book last for 50 years
Here's a look at Mark Bagley's first released cover back at Marvel, and an AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #129 homage.
The latest Marvel series to get a same day digital release is the DEATH OF SPIDER-MAN story, starting in February
Mark Millar & Steve Dillon vampire-take on the Ultimate Avengers continues and we have an exclusive preview.
Marvel Comics has provided a couple of cover images from the upcoming Ultimate Comics storyline DEATH OF SPIDER-MAN.
Marvel's last panel of New York Comic Con boasted a roster of a-list creators and some news, live coverage is here
Mark Millar has teased, and now it is revealed: his new superhero project is on the big screen, & called Miracle Park
Vaneta Rogers concludes her in-depth interview with Mark Millar about his ongoing work in the Marvel ULTIMATE COMICS Universe
In our final part of our 5 part interview with Tony Harris, we talk War Heroes, his project with Millar, and more
Writer Mark Millar talks about the Kick-Ass comic and movie in conjunction with Titan Books, who are releasing the official companion book, "Kick-A...
Mark Millar is auctioning the name of... the MAIN Character in his newest property? And for a good cause?
In part 2 of Vaneta Rogers series, she and editor Tom Brevoort discuss the decision to relauch NEW AVENGERS 5 years ago
Courtesy of Titan Books, we have a first look preview of the book accompanying the movie, w/ EXCLUSIVE John Romita Jr.
This week's exclusive Image preview is a look at Mark Millar's WAR HEROES #3, and a bonus SAVAGE DRAGON 1st look
Mark Millar's popular Old Man Logan in back in a new Giant-Size special as he goes up against the Hulk Gang
Brandon is back with his follow up to last week's column, this time focusing on the second volume of Millar/Hitch Ultimates