Marvel is one of our major sections here on Comic Basics. Namely, any story about modern-day comic books is absolutely impossible without Marvel Comics and that is why this section is so important for the overall structure of our site. We’ve got you covered as far as all the comic books are concerned, i.e., we’re not just covering the major titles, but also the less popular and talked-about ones. 


Our writers from this section are truly devoted Marvel fans who’ve been reading the comic books since they were young and not just the contemporary titles, but also the historical ones that have proven themselves to be quite important. They know every corner and story, every character, and every author that has ever crossed Marvel’s Multiverse and are giving their best to present their knowledge, as well as their passion, to you – our readers! Every relevant analysis, every relevant piece of news, every relevant comparison – basically anything that comes to mind – we have it here for you. Our writers are working hard to provide you with high-quality content and the latest updates, so we truly hope that you’re enjoying the texts they are preparing for you, as they are made with a lot of love and meticulous hard work, which is why we’re ultimately here – to provide you with the best possible source for all your Marvel-related needs. 

Brian Vaughn

Brian Vaughn

Brian Vaughn was born in 1976 in Cleveland, Ohio. While Vaughn has done work on well-known characters like Batman, Wolverine, and Spider-Man, he is more comfortable working on books in which he is able to create the characters. This is no more evident than his …

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Ed Brubaker

Ed Brubaker

Beginning his career in the late 1980’s, Brubaker got his start, not solely as a comic book writer, but a cartoonist. Initially, he began by writing and drawing for Blackthorne Comics. His rise from mediocrity came in 1993 while collaborating with Eric Shanower on An …

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Jack Kirby

Jack “King” Kirby is one of, if not the most influential comic book illustrators of all time. If not, all time, certainly, his time. His work began in the Golden Age of Comics (c. 1938 – c. 1950) and concluded with the modern age (c. …

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