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Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents an exclusive 5-page preview of "Secret Six" #20 by Gail Simone and Jim Calafiore with a cover by Daniel Luvisi. The issue hits stores tomorrow, April 14.
Wolverine and his son Daken form an uneasy alliance to take down Romulus once and for all in "Reckoning," a crossover between "Wolverine Origins" & "Dark Wolverine." We spoke with writer Daniel Way about the story.
Courtesy of IDW, CBR presents a special preview of "Kill Shakespeare" #1 written by Conor McCreery and Anthony Del Col with art by Andy Belanger, with a behind the scenes look at the series' debut issue.
Writer Arvid Nelson and Associate Editor Joe Rybandt gave the lowdown on Sonja's big 50th issue blowout, how the celebration of all things Sonja came to be and a tease on the future of the She-Devil with a Sword.
Marvel has released a third "We are the X-Men" themed teaser image, with the Marvel Universe's premiere vampire hunter Blade making the cut, alongside the young mutant at the center of "Second Coming," Hope.
DC Comics has released a 5-page preview of "Brightest Day" #0, the highly anticipated follow up series to "Blackest Night." Co-written by Geoff Johns and Peter J. Tomasi, issue #1 hits stands Wednesday, May 5.
Led by "Blackest Night" #8 and "Siege" #3, comics see 20% sales jump in March! Mark Fiore wins Pulitzer Prize! Reaction to Marvel's switch to Hachette! Digital comics pricing! Convention reports! Plus more!
DC Comics has announced Jeff Lemire will be writing new Atom adventures featuring Ray Palmer, first in a one-shot and then as an "Adventure Comics" co-feature. We spoke with Lemire about the big news for the small hero.
CBR's review staff looked at twenty new comics last week, including "Nemesis: The Imposters" #2, "New Avengers: Luke Cage" #1, "Ultimate X" #2 and a 4-star review for "Demo, Volume 2" #3.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR presents an exclusive first look at "Punisher" #19 featuring FrankenCastle vs. Daken, along with a few words about the rematch from series writer Rick Remender!
Days away from Reed Exhibitions debut in the Windy City, Lance Fensterman opens up about the Chicago Comic & Entertainment Expo, from making the event a national success to keeping things comics-centric.
The writer behind the fan favorite series "Captain Britain and MI-13" steps in to the Man of Steel's longest-running comic, focusing on Lex Luthor while Marc Guggenheim steps aside for more mysterious DC work.
Comic Book Resources is proud to announce the launch of our new CBR Twitter Directory, featuring the most extensive collection of comic book creator Twitter accounts available in one place! Creators, make sure you're listed today!
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Action Comics" #888 by Greg Rucka, Eric Trautmann and Pere Perez. The JSA/Wonder Woman guest-starring issue hits stores this Wednesday, April 14.
BOOM! Studios has provided CBR with advance looks at new titles on sale this Wednesday, April 14, including "Irredeemable Special" #1, "Die Hard: Year One" #8, "Farscape: Scorpius" #0 and more!
Image Comics has released a brand new teaser image for writer Nick Spencer's new series. Stay tuned to CBR during this weekend's C2E2 coverage for more news about the project as it becomes available.
CBR News spoke with Image Comics writer Nick Spencer about the midway points of "Existence 3.0" and "Forgetless," the debut of "Shuddertown," the recently announced movie deal for "Existence 2.0" and much more.
Dynamite Entertainment has provided CBR with advance looks at new comics on sale this Wednesday, April 14, including "Army of Darkness" #27, "Buck Rogers" #10 and "The Green Hornet: Year One" by Matt Wagner.
Marvel Comics has released a second "We are the X-Men" themed teaser image, this time featuring the offspring of the Hulk and Thundra, Lyra, accompanied by the promise of information at Sunday's C2E2 X-Men panel.
CBR spoke at length with the cartoonist/painter/muralist/film designer/writer about his storied career, including his Antarctic trek, working with Jim Henson and much more.
The comics publishing powerhouse Marvel Comics moves their book store distribution away from longtime partner Diamond Book Distributors and into the hands of industry leader Hachette, effective September 1.
Co-founder reports Wikipedia to FBI over lolicon, "child porn"! Is there already friction between Marvel's Perlmutter and Disney? The best comics from MoCCA! What retailers can learn from Apple! Plus more!
"X-Men Forever 2" kicks off in June, continuing a story that began nearly twenty years ago. Writer Chris Claremont spoke with CBR about the future of the series and brought along exclusive art by Tom Grummet.
Manga and the squared circle collide as webcomics creator Jarrett Williams tag teams with Oni Press for a new graphic novel coming this summer. ROBOT 6 talks to the creator.
Dark Horse has provided previews of titles on sale this week, including "B.P.R.D.: King of Fear" #4, "Star Wars: Dark Times" #16, "Gunsmith Cats: Beat" vol. 5, and the new Yoshitaka Amano hardcover "Shinjuku!"
Join Kelly in this week's edition of SHE HAS NO HEAD as she reacts to the news that Greg Rucka is leaving DC Comics and posits some theories on what this might mean for the character of Batwoman.
CSBG's Sonia Harris went to WonderCon this past week and she's back with ten observations she took from the event, all in addition to publicly noting her own inability to follow the very con-going rules she set just last month!
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR brings you an exclusive nine-page preview of Brandon Graham's surreal epic "King City" #7, the first all-new chapter since the title's move to Image.
ROBOT 6's Tom Bondurant reviews the Geoff Johns and Ivan Reis event miniseries, noting "for once I think a Big DC Event has left the superhero line in a good place."
Writer Brad Meltzer returns to CBR to talk about how the pivotal "F#@%ing" issue of Joss Whedon's ongoing serial from making the sex matter in multiple ways to tying together Buffy's big mythological threads and the fate of Spike.
Co-writers Raven Gregory and Paul Ruditis spoke with CBR News about the new Zenescope ongoing series, "Charmed," which picks up the witch sisters' story where the popular television series' finale left off.
Writers Joe Ahearne and Karl Kesel discuss their upcoming Iron Man one-shot, what they like most about the armored Avenger and his two partners in crime in their espionage influenced tales.
Learn the strange story of the cartoon that led to the creation of the teddy bear! Plus, what famous comic strip character was based on an unknown actor who later turned out to be one the biggest movie stars in the world?
Courtesy of Dark Horse, CBR presents an exlusive preview of "The Terminator 2029" by writer Zack Whedon and artist Andy MacDonald with a cover by Massimo Carnevale. The issue hits comic stores Wednesday, April 28.
Tim Callahan reviewed "Batman and Robin" #11 by Grant Morrison and Andy Clarke, giving the issue 4 stars and saying that the series "has now entered that rarified air of the can't-wait-for-the-next-issue variety."
In "Wolverine Weapon X," Logan and Captain America must thwart an army of cyborg assassins from the future. We spoke with Jason Aaron about bringing Deathlok back from the future into the present day Marvel U.
Marvel has released a teaser image featuring both Spider-Man and Psylocke bursting through Jim Lee's cover for "X-Men" #1 with the declaration the "We are the X-Men" and the promise of an answer during next week's C2E2.
Jim Woodring's hallucinatory Frank universe returns in "Weathercraft," a 100-page graphic novel arriving in May. We spoke with Woodring about the project, which sees the pariah Manhog journey toward enlightenment.
WonderCon offers early figures, sets 2011 dates! Reactions to Eisner nominations! Gene Colan injured, art missing! Geppi mansion goes back to lender! Plus, is Agent M one of the hottest geek guys?
The longtime leader of the entire X-Universe again expands upon his untapped ideas to bring the original teen team of mutantkind right back to where they started from with a new five-issue mini featuring original cast and creators.