And a surprise third party in-between them.
Nick Spencer promises he's not exaggerating when he says his "Civil War II" epilogue one-shot has "severe, very drastic repercussions" for the Marvel U.
After writing Training Day and directing films like the police procedurals End Of Watch and Harsh Times, and then the Brad Pitt World War II tank drama Fury, David Ayer has taken a decided turn toward anarchy with Suicide Squad. Rather...Show More Summary
William Victor "Bill" Roth Jr. would have been 95 today. Roth was a World War II veteran, a lawyer, a U.S. Representative and a U.S. Senator but is best known for creating the Roth IRA.
This Oct. 14, 2014, post called it: Is Sen. Tim Kaine (D-Va.) the new Harry Truman? As a senator from Missouri, Truman led a bipartisan congressional effort overseeing World War II operations. This rankled President Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s administration. Not wanting to draw FDR’s ire onto themselves, senior senators gave the job to the backbencher from the […]
Editor-in-chief Axel Alonso is joined by editors and creators to tease what's next for Marvel's heroes following "Civil War II."
Marvel creators and editors tease what's in store as the massive "Civil War II" event nears its line-changing finale.
3 dead or dying heroes, two heroes at war, and one branded a murderer.
If you want to go into next week's "Civil War II" #4 spoiler-free, you'll want to avoid this "Totally Awesome Hulk" preview.
"Civil War II" picks up after last issue's major death, "Captain Marvel" sees Carol and Alpha Flight recruit new heroes, and more!
One series artist leaves, another book pushed back seven weeks.
It was revealed a couple weeks ago that the company was in the process of erecting a very special statue that featured the former World War II soldier in a heroic pose. Well, now you can take a look at it for yourself, as we spotted it this evening on the exhibit floor of the San Diego Convention...
A recently uncovered pre-World War II sketch purports to show that Vincent Van Gogh cut off most of his left ear, not just a small part of it—and while that fact is still being debated among historians, the name of the woman who supposedly was given that ear is...
Marvel Comics has provided CBR with an advance look at "New Avengers" #14, a "Civil War II" tie-in from Al Ewing, Paco Medina and Juan Vlasco.
YouTube The theme for tonight's Republican convention horror show is "America First" -- which happens to be the name of an antisemitic organization that advocated appeasing Hitler in the years before World War II. The Anti-Defamation League pleaded with Donald Trump to stop using this slogan because of its ugly pro-Hitler history. Show More Summary
The early glimpse also indicates the launch of two new series focusing on "Civil War II" and Doctor Strange.
Q: In A Hero of France, Alan Furst’s latest World War II thriller, one of the characters uses the phrase “guerrilla warfare.” Did the word “guerrilla” really refer to an unconventional war in the early 1940s, when most of the novel takes place? A: Yes, “guerrilla” has been used that way for more than 200... ? Read More: A guerrilla of France
Last week, as I was 35,000 feet in the air flying back from New York to LA, I thought I'd check my messages before trying to get in a nap during the six-hour flight. It is then, of course, that I read: "Man drives truck through crowd...Show More Summary
AICN COMICS PODCAST checks out NEW SUPER-MAN! CIVIL WAR II! NIGHTWING REBIRTH! KONG OF SKULL ISLAND! HAL JORDAN & THE GREEN LENTERN CORPS REBIRTH! Read the full article on AICN Mark L. Miller aka Ambush Bug here. In this week’s latest...Show More Summary
When we talk about Japan and Vietnam in the 1940s, we discuss World War II, invasions, colonialism, and other monumental events that unfolded in this part of the world, but sent ripples across the globe.