Category: Comic Books
Showing results 1-40 of 29491
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.
Writer Ann Nocenti discusses "Klarion," her new ongoing series with artist Trevor McCarthy that puts a horror/sci-fi spin on the magical character.
Jeff Parker welcomes Yvel Guichet for DC Comics' "Aquaman Annual" #2, in which the King of Atlantis needs help from Wonder Woman, Queen of the Amazons.
Dynamite offers up previews of three special issues this week with Ron Marz' "The Shadow" one-shot, "Red Sonja" #0 and the "Doc Savage" finale.
Mark Waid talks writing a "full-on, in-continuity Marvel Universe version" of Agent Phil Coulson and crew in the newly announced "S.H.I.E.L.D." ongoing series.
Charles Soule isn't done with Wolverine's world after his death -- he's exploring the further ramifications with a new "Weapon X Program" miniseries.
John Layman takes over Marvel's "Cyclops" in October and tells CBR his plans for the cosmic adventure series starring a teen Scott Summers and the Starjammers.
Woodrow McCord defended Earth against alien threats prior to Nick Fury, and Jason Latour tells CBR about his origin story in the "Original Sin Annual.
Dennis Hopeless tells CBR News about launching a new "Spider-Woman" ongoing in the midst of "Spider-Verse" and Jessica Drew's role in the event.
From Legendary's "Skull Island" to Mark Waid writing a "S.H.I.E.L.D." series and R'as al Ghul in "Arrow - what's the biggest news from the final day of SDCC?
While the final day of Comic-Con is upon us, it's never too late to check out all the news from the past few days about your favorite comics, movies & more.
The "Django/Zorro" crossover team of Quentin Tarantino, Reginald Hudlin, and Matt Wagner join Nick Barrucci to celebrate ten years of Dynamite.
Mark Waid, Dan Slott and Joe Quesada discuss the 75th anniversary of Marvel and the 50th anniversary of Daredevil on Sunday at Comic-Con.
Joshua Williamson & Mike Henderson's "Nailbiter" welcomes Brian Michael Bendis back to Image -- as a comic book writer researching serial killers.
Mark Waid will write a TV-inspired "S.H.I.E.L.D." series, Charles Soule will explore "The Weapon X Program," plus more from Sunday at Comic-Con.
Scott McCloud shared his thoughts on understanding stories, making graphic novels, and the upcoming publication of his latest project, "The Sculptor."
Robert Kirkman and creators from his Skybound imprint including Joshua Williamson and Khary Randolph talk about their latest projects at Comic-Con International.
Vertigo's panel brought fans up to date on current favorites while offering glimpses at what lies ahead for the acclaimed imprint.
With "Star Wars" back at Marvel, Mark Waid talks working with Terry Dodson on a solo "Princess Leia" miniseries, set directly after Episode IV.
"Ragnarok" creator Walter Simonson & "Super Secret Crisis War" writer Louise Simonson talk about creative problem solving and their 40 years together.
Writer Brian Michael Bendis about the new "Uncanny X-Men Annual" which solves the mystery of time-altering mutant Eva Bell's disappearance.
Kieron Gillen uses the Dark Side of the Force in Marvel's "Star Wars: Darth Vader," following the villain's path following the first Death Star's destruction.
Jason Aaron tells CBR about Marvel Comics' "Stars Wars," his ongoing series following the exploits of Luke Skywalker after the destruction of the first Death Star.
With only one day to go at Comic-Con International, what's your pick for the biggest announcement for SDCC Day Three?
Marvel has released an early look at Jason Aaron and John Cassaday's January-debuting "Star Wars" #1.
Image giants Scott Snyder, Becky Cloonan, Jeff Lemire, Josh Williamson, Kyle Higgins, Joe Kelly, and Brian K. Vaughan chat with fans at Comic-Con International about the art of writing.
As Comic-Con International kicks into full gear, its lawyers have sent a letter to Salt Lake Comic Con demanding organizers stop using the term "Comic Con."
DC Comics caps off its Dark Knight celebration with Paul Dini, Bruce Timm, Jim Lee as they discuss the wide media legacy of Batman.
"Dead Letters" writer Christopher Sebela talks to CBR about writing BOOM!'s just announced comic based on John Carpenter's "Escape From New York."
Marvel Comics announces three new titles set during George Lucas' "Star Wars" original trilogy.
The senior staff of Marvel Comics takes the stage to announce their new Star Wars comics, answer fan questions and more in San Diego.
Fiona Staples debuts the cover art for the first hardcover collection of hers and Brian K. Vaughan's "Saga."
From "Batman Eternal" to "Earth 2: World's End," DC Comics focused on all its currently announced weekly series.
DC Comics' yearly Superman panel at Comic-Con included creative talents Geoff Johns, John Romita Jr, Aaron Kuder, Charles Soule and more.
Robert Kirkman talks about his newest series' success, why he's unafraid to launch new properties and the future of "Walking Dead" in comics & TV.