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A drag race leads to a death in Mark Waid's reinvented Archie series!
If you’ve been jonesing for a throwback to the glory days of Earth’s Mightiest Heroes, Eisner winner Mark Waid’s new Avengers series has you covered.
Eisner-winning comic writer Mark Waid has been writing All New, All Different Avengers for a while — and now we have a first look at his next flagship Avengers series set in the wake of Civil War II.
We’re still in the thick of Civil War II, but we already know a few of the books that will be spinning out of the latest Marvel Comics event. One of the most exciting: Mark Waid’s Champions.
Marvel is looking to launch a buzzy young team with a forgotten old name later this year, in the wake of Civil War II.
Adam McKay signs on to direct a feature adaptation of Boom! Studio's Irredeemable.
Comic legend Mark Waid is already keeping busy with two flagship comic runs spun out of Marvel’s Secret Wars event (not to mention an Archie reboot), but he’s also found room for a passion project he’s been kicking around for years: Captain Kid.
She’s been a key member of the big-screen Avengers for a while now, and now Black Widow is finally getting her due in a new Marvel Comics run. Want a peek?
Though she’s an A-lister on the big screen, Marvel is still trying to turn Black Widow into a massive hit in the comic realm. Now they might finally pull it off with the All New, All Different reboot.
One of the most famous comics on the market, Archie, has gotten a reboot for a new generation — and we caught up with the legend who’s making it happen.
We already knew Marvel’s flagship team would be retooled in the wake of Secret Wars, but now we have some intriguing new details on the All New, All Different Avengers