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Marvel Comics made a number of big announcements at Comic-Con International -- which of its upcoming new series has you most excited?
Novelist Chuck Palahniuk spoke with CBR about the comic book sequel to "Fight Club," why he selected the format and what's changed since the original.
Neil Gaiman & J.H. Williams III's "The Sandman: Overture" #3 delivers with "flights of whimsy, dangerously grim moments and beautiful inventive set pieces."
Marvel has released an advance preview of Charles Soule and Ryan Stegman's "Inhuman" #4 in which the Terrigen Mists force Reader out of hiding.
Check out a new preview of Warren Ellis, Declan Shalvey & Jordie Bellaire's "Moon Knight" #6, concluding the creative team's run on the series.
Jack Burton comes to comics as Eric Powell and company spill the beans on what’s coming in BOOM!'s "Big Trouble in Little China."
"Thor: God of Thunder" ends in October before the new "Thor" debuts, and CBR has the first look at variants by R.M. Guéra and Simon Bisley.
Scott Snyder and Sean Murphy's "The Wake" concluding issue "exceeds expectations that weren't even in place at the beginning of this series."
What is the Colossal? Find out in Image Comics/Skybound's "Tech Jacket" #2 from writer Joe Keatinge & artist Khary Randolph, on sale August 6.
Jack Kirby heirs' Supreme Court petition gains some legal muscle! Politician's bus takes up five spaces in comic store parking lot -- on a Wednesday! Plus much more!
Bryan Lee O'Malley discussed "Seconds," his new book, reflected on the Scott Pilgrim series and talked about getting old during his Comic-Con spotlight panel
Jonathan Hickman & Kev Walker shatter the Illuminati in "New Avengers" #22 while Kieron Gillen & Luke Ross continue the battle in "Hulk Vs. Iron Man" #4.
Comic-Con International may be over, but CBR's complete coverage continues. Visit the complete SDCC news index to stay on top of everything.
Now that you've had a chance to digest all of the announcements and reveals from Comic-Con International, what's your pick for the biggest story?
The conversation between two acclaimed cartoonists ranges from self-publishing to religion and through "The Shadow Hero" and "Boxers & Saints."
Denny O'Neil, Chuck Dixon and Kelley Jones revisited the '80s and '90s, sharing insight into and stories from their time with the Dark Knight.
David Mack discusses how he got involved in "Fight Club 2" and his longstanding friendship with series writer and acclaimed novelist Chuck Palahniuk.
"League of Extraordinary Gentlemen" artist Kevin O'Neill spoke with CBR about his lengthy collaboration with Moore & his art getting him in trouble.
Scott Allie, Christos Gage, Nicholas Brendon & more discussed the present and future of Dark Horse's Whedonverse comics during Comic-Con.
Image's David Brothers on why SDCC 2014 was great for comics! Report: Archie's Nancy Silberkleit escorted from booth by police! A look at changing digital landscape!
San Diego Harbor Police are investigating the assault of a minor believed to be a cosplayer who attended last week's Comic-Con International.
Get a glimpse of more than 80 new titles arriving this week from a variety of publishers such as Image, Marvel, DC, Dark Horse, IDW and more!
The DC All Access 101 panel discussed upcoming DC Entertainment releases from DC Comics titles to cartoons, video games and their expanding TV universe.
A book that looks at Charles Schulz as an artist, Derf Backderf's "My Friend Dahmer" follow-up and Eddie Pittman's "Red's Planet" were unveiled at the Abrams panel.
CBR News spoke with Grant Morrison in San Diego to discuss long in-the-works project "The Multiversity," and its place in the comics industry.
Jim Lee is turning 50, and to celebrate the always popular artist gave away, hid or stuffed fifty sketches into SDCC attendees' bags.
Doomsday creator Dan Jurgens returns to the character to help bring "Superman: Doomed" to a close with a variant cover for August's issue #2.
Joe Kelly and Diego Greco's raunchy comedy "Bad Dog" has just been collected, and the writer tells CBR why there's more yet to come.
Japanese government joins with anime and manga companies! Examining the new Thor, and female readership! Interviews with Rutu Modan and Box Brown! Plus more!
Editor Carlos Guzman discusses IDW's plans for turning "Shadow Show," the Ray Bradbury tribute anthology, into a comic by Neil Gaiman, Joe Hill, Harlan Ellison & more.
"Time Runs Out" for both "Avengers" and "New Avengers" this September, and CBR has the first look at variant covers by Agustin Alessio.
Superior Marvel writer Dan Slott examines his comic book career, from "Arkham" to "Amazing," and reveals his favorite stories that never saw print.
CBR spoke with J.M. DeMatteis about revisiting "I, Vampire's" Andrew Bennett in "Justice League Dark" and destroying the known universe in "Trinity Of Sin."
This past week several new titles including "Armor Hunters: Bloodshot," "Supreme: Blue Rose" and a few ongoing comic books dazzled readers.
In true J. Jonah Jameson fashion, the New York Post has reported on an altercation between that masked menace Spider-Man and a member of the NYPD.
At Comic-Con International's "Drawn & Quarterly Jeopardy" panel, the Montreal-based publisher announced new books and played trivia with fans.
The 1970s put the Dark back into the Dark Knight, and Mark Evanier, Neal Adams, Denny O'Neil and more gathered in San Diego to look at the pivotal decade.
Lex Luthor has ulterior motives in motion while the Doom Patrol makes its New 52 debut in Geoff Johns & Doug Manhke's "Justice League" #32.
Brian Michael Bendis joins CBR TV for a lengthy discussion about "Powers'" journey to TV, his X-Men work and why he doesn't like to squash rumors.
On the 100th anniversary of World War I, CBR looks back on the comics that chronicled the struggles of those affected by the conflict.