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Courtesy of BOOM! Studios, CBR brings you an advance look at "The Incredibles" #3 by writer Mark Waid and artist Marcio Takara with covers by Takara and "Gødland's" Tom Scioli.
DC's announced that writer James Robinson and artist Mark Bagley are taking over the reins of the publisher’s flagship title, “Justice League of America” come October. CBR News spoke with Robinson about the book.
CBR's got the scoop on Black Cat, Ben Reilly, Mary Jane and more from "Amazing Spider-Man" writers Mark Waid, Fred Van Lente, Joe Kelly, Marc Guggenheim and their editor Steve Wacker!
DC Comics editor Joan Hilty talks to CBR about her other job: producing the weekly comic strip "Bitter Girl," the challenges in the media landscape, and the ways that imagination sometimes lags behind real life.
Crime novelist Gregg Hurwitz and artist Jerome Opeña take the lunar vigilante into an all-new, vengeful series placed squarely in the Marvel Universe. We spoke with Hurwitz about "Vengeance of the Moon Knight."
Today we share the legend of Mike Grell, who tried to introduce a black character into the pages of "Superboy and the Legion of Superheroes," but saw his efforts literally whitewashed away. Plus "Batman Beyond" and Wild Dog!
Hellboy creator Mike Mignola's “Witchfinder” miniseries begins in July, filling in the early adventures of the enigmatic Sir Edward Grey. CBR News caught up with Mignola for a quick chat about his latest Dark Horse series.
TCAF shifts gears to have a show next year! This weekend, it's HeroesCon and Wizard World Philadelphia! The largest collection of comics, and comic art, in the world? Plus, "Batman" faces seven years in jail!
"American Son" writer Joe Kelly talks to CBR about the incredible events and shocking conclusion of the latest issue of "Amazing Spider-Man" #597, and gives insight to just what makes the Osborns such a unique family.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you advance looks at over 30 new comics on sale next Wednesday including "New Avengers" #54, "Dark Avengers/Uncanny X-Men: Utopia" #1, "Dark Wolverine" #75, "Thor" #602, "Uncanny X-Men" #512 and more.
Madman's series is ending with a bang, a boom and a whole host of other sounds. CBR spoke with creator Mike Allred about "Madman Atomic Comics," and previewed exclusive songs from Allred's band, The Gear.
DCU Executive Editor Dan DiDio candidly shares with CBR his thoughts on the landmark deal to publish a Superman strip in "USA Today" and discusses his own Metal Men strip that will appear in “Wednesday Comics.”
Inside you'll find the sales estimates for comics and trade paperbacks on sale in May, 2009. Total sales are down from last month, with Marvel taking the most market share and Top Shelf with the highest selling trade.
Acclaimed "The Darkness" writer Phil Hester returns to his illustrator roots in September's "Bog," a two-part story beginning in "The Darkness" #80. CBR took an inside look at the artist's process of making a "Darkness" cover.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "Secret Warriors" #5 by Brian MIchael Benids & Jonathan Hickman and Stefano Caselli, on sale next week in comics stores everywhere.
Eisner and Emmy Award-winning writer Paul Dini returns to the Batverse with a new series featuring Catwoman, Poison Ivy and Harley Quinn. CBR News spoke with Dini about "Gotham City Sirens."
In this release from Marvel, the publisher confirms "Captain America" #600 will return with a second printing and shares reactions from retailers to the unprecedented Monday sale date.
Comics Should Be Good's MONTH OF ART STARS continues with Sean Chen, who showcases and provides commentary on the work of John Paul Leon, with images from the artist's collection.
DC Comics announced today that "Superman" writer James Robinson and "Trinity" artist Mark Bagley are to be the next creative team on "Justice League of America." ROBOT 6 has the details.
Dynamite tweaks the presidential comics trend with an "Army of Darkness" miniseries that mixes the Commander-in-Chief with Detroit's boom stick madman. We spoke with writer Elliott Serrano about "Ash Saves Obama."
Archaia & Roddenberry Productions' “Days Missing” is a about major events surgically excised from history. Each issue features a different creative team, with Phil Hester & Frazer Irving kicking things off. We spoke with Irving.
John Broome and Frank Jacobs will receive 2009 Bill Finger Award! Appeals court upholds Whorley conviction! Derf recovers from bypass surgery! The "deathspans" of superheroes! Plus, is "fanboy" an insult?
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "Astonishing X-Men" #30 by Warren Ellis and Simone Bianchi, on sale next week in comics stores everywhere.
CBR speaks with Brian Michael Bendis about Doctor Voodoo, the new Sorcerer Supreme of the Earth Dimension, as well as the writer's plans for the next several months of “New Avengers.”
Courtesy of Aspen, CBR brings you an exclusive first look at Ale Garza's covers for "Fathom" #10, the series' final issue. Written by J.T. Krul with art by Garza, this issue hits September.
Veteran television and comics writer Paul Dini is writing not one, but two Batverse titles in the Dick Grayson Batman era of the DC Universe. In this the first of a two-part interview, Dini talks to CBR about “Batman: Streets of Gotham.”
Courtesy of Top Cow, CBR brings you Dale Keown's "Rage Edition" variant cover for "Berserker" #1 by Rick Loverd and Jeremy Haun, available only at the series launch parties in California.
ROBOT 6 contributor Carla Hoffman was a background player in the latest Star Trek movie, and recalls her experiences on the set and witnessing the drastic continuity changes firsthand.
In “Luke Cage Noir,” writers Mike Benson & Adam Glass take the hero for hire down a new set of mean streets, those of 1930’s Harlem. CBR News spoke with the duo about the project, which reimagines the character as an anti-hero in 1920s Harlem.
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR brings you two more in a series of new teasers in support of "Jersey Gods," the hugely acclaimed ongoing series by Glen Brunswic and Dan McDaid with covers by Mike Allred.
BOOM! Studios explores the origins of terrorist-fighting policeman John McClane in “Die Hard: Year One,” a new ongoing series set ten years before the first film. We spoke with writer Howard Chaykin about the series.
Marjane Satrapi speaks out about Iranian election! The proposed expansion of the San Diego Convention Center gets a $783 million price tag! Ed Brubaker talks ... "Thanos: Reborn"? Plus much more!
It's New Comics Day in the USA, and CBR brings you nearly 50 previews of new books on sale now from Dynamite, DC Comics, Oni Press, BOOM! Studios, Image, IDW, Marvel and MAX Comics.
In this week's X-POSITION, "Dark Wolverine" writer Daniel Way answers your questions about Logan's baby boy and discusses an ode to the dearly departed Bea Arthur in “Deadpool.” Plus exclusive art!
The writer-artist (and one half of the Pander Bros.) Arnold Pander presents a new vision of the future that’s manga-influenced and heavily caffeinated in "Tasty Bullet" from Image Comics. We spoke with him about the book.
Writer Christopher Yost and artist Ramon Bachs take CBR News inside the cowl of the latest hero to strike out solo from the Bat-family, Red Robin, whose first issue is one sale now.
CBR's Benjamin Birdie gives "Captain America" #600 a four-star review with some reservations, saying the issue reveals "one heck of a Deus Ex Machina, one that until it's further explained, is a little bit hard to swallow."
Something might be happening in Robert Kirkman and Ryan Ottley's "Invincible" #63 and Image Comics says whatever it is will quite possibly be rather amazing.
Marvel Comics Editor-in-Chief Joe Quesada talks to CBR about his first meetings with "Thor" director Kenneth Branagh and "Iron Man 2" director Jon Favreau, and what Marvel does to prepare the public for these films.
The creators of “Star Trek: Countdown” are back for “Star Trek: Nero,” this time telling the story of what the movie’s big bad – a Romulan played by Eric Bana – was doing during his 25-year search for Spock.