If you've been waiting to get out and see "Spider-Man: Turn off the Dark" on Broadway, now is the time because we've got some exclusive discount codes for tickets for a bunch of upcoming performances.

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For our latest look behind the scenes of Marvel NOW! we spend some quality time with the family of writers Matt Fraction and Kelly Sue DeConnick as we explore the startling similarities between the fictional Fantastic Four family (Reed, Sue, Thing, Johnny, Valeria, Franklin) and the real-life family (Matt, Kelly Sue, Chris, Claude, Tallulah, Henry Leo) and how it informs Matt Fraction's writing of the newly relaunched "Fantastic Four" series.

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Bucky is trying to make amends and create a new beginning in "Winter Soldier" #15 from writer Jason Latour and artist Nic Klein. Read the full description from Marvel after the jump.

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The White House is currently in lockdown and the whereabouts of President Obama are unknown following a breach by the mysterious Superior Spider-Man. As of yet, no group has claimed responsibility for the incident, but readers are blaming Spider-Man writer Dan Slott for like, totally screwing up our country on top of all that stuff he's been doing to Spider-Man. Way to go, Dan.

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There's the good, the great, and then there's the BEST. Welcome to MTV Geek's Best of 2012 -- what we thought were the cream of the crop this year in the world of GEEK!

As MTV Geek continues our look at the most OMG moments in pop-culture this year, we put a spotlight on one of the most unlikely "superheroes" of 2012...

A "suit," a "Man in Black," a humorless guy working for the Feds or the CIA or some shadowy quasi-governmental organization -- these are not figures I think about when contemplating a "fan favorite" movie hero. That's more like Mr. Smith from "The Matrix," or the guys who chased E.T. There's no way such a character can so inspire countless fans that he would be brought back from the dead and star in his own new TV series, amirite? Read More...

In our special look behind the scenes of Marvel NOW!, Brian Michael Bendis explains why he finds Scott Summers to be one of the most fascinating characters to write.

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Stilt-Man returns--thanks to an upgrade from Doc Ock--to wreak havoc on the lives of Daredevil and the All-New Superior Spider-Man in the newest installment of Mark Waid and Chris Samnee's wonderful "Daredevil." Get your first look right here:

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**SPOILER ALERT**

If you have not read "Avengers Arena" #1, do not watch following Marvel NOW! video interview with Dennis Hopeless, lest ye be spoiled!

You have been warned.

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So remember when we told you about DC's 52 variant covers for "Justice League of America" #1 - each one representing a U.S. state, plus D.C. and Puerto Rico? Well, Marvel is poiking a bit of fun at their old rivals with the variant cover for "Uncanny X-Men" #1 by Stuart Immonen.

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It’s getting close to holiday time, and that means comic book publishers eyes turn more towards trades and reprints than the monthly comics. But that doesn’t mean there isn’t anything to read you guys, and this week’s comics are led by AVENGERS ARENA #1. The Hunger Games set in the Marvel Universe title pits teen superheroes against each other, to the death, and promises to off some fan favorites in big, big ways. Read More...

“You dead now, bro.” – Matt Fraction

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Dennis Hopeless and Salvador Larroca's Marvel NOW! take on the edgy mutant team is teased in this first look at "Cable and the X-Force" #3. According to Marvel:

Cable orders the team to attack a civilian company, but with his powers on the fritz will his judgment be brought into question? And see where the mighty Colossus has been since the end of "Avengers vs. X-Men"!

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The franchise itself had outgrown Xavier. They really didn't need him any more.

In our newest peek behind the curtain of the big Marvel NOW! inititaive, Brian Michael Bendis tells us what led to the decision to kill Professor X in "Avengers vs. X-Men" and why he won't be showing up in "All-New X-Men."

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"It was the spark that started the fire."

Get your first glimpse at Jonathan Hickman, Jerome Opena and colorist Dean White's heavy, interstellar Marvel NOW! title "The Avengers" #1.

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It’s December, which means it’s a big week for Marvel Comics! Okay, that doesn’t follow, but the second statement is still true, and is led by AVENGERS #1. The highly anticipated title from Jonathan Hickman and Jerome Opena gives us our first new take on the main Marvel franchise in nearly a decade, and as you could imagine from Hickman, things get real weird, real fast. Read More...

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