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Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents two exclusive previews for title on sale this Wednesday, March 3: Sam Keith's "Batman Confidential" #42 and the second half of "Milestone Forever!"
In April's "Siege: Loki" one-shot, writer Kieron Gillen delves deep into the psyche of the Asgardian God of Mischief. We spoke with Gillen about examining Loki's motivations for orchestrating the epic Avengers conflict.
Nick Simmons has responded to last week's allegations that he plagiarized plot elements, dialogue, character designs and more from "Bleach" and other popular manga titles in his comic book "Incarnate."
BOOM! Studios has provided CBR with advance looks at new comics on sale March 3, including "Dingo" #4, "Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?" #9, "The Incredibles" #6, and more!
The future of Marvel's merry mutants, already in doubt with the onslaught of "Second Coming," may hold a bloody turn of events as a new teaser from the publisher casts doubt upon the teams makeup and fate in July and on.
"Mouse Guard" creator David Petersen spoke with CBR News about "Black Axe" and "Legends of the Guard" while teasing some information about the future of the series and a much-anticipated update on the Mouse Guard film.
The CBR Games Roundup is back again to usher in a new month of video game releases. This month's offerings include "Final Fantasy XIII," "Battlefield: Bad Company 2," a pair of MLB games and "God of War III."
Timothy Callahan reviewed last week's "Batman & Robin" #9 by Grant Morrison and Cameron Stewart, giving the issue 4-stars and saying "this is a great series from which to launch a new age. One of thrills and excitement."
Dynamite Entertainment has provided CBR with advance looks at new comics on sale this Wednesday, March 3 including "Zorro" #20, "The Boys" #40 and the debut issue of "Kevin Smith's Green Hornet."
Brian Michael Bendis and Stuart Immonen continue on with "New Avengers," though this time with a new #1 issue and a brand new team lineup led by the original Harlem-born Hero for Hire himself, Luke Cage.
Superstar actor Samuel L. Jackson spoke with CBR about “Cold Space,” his new comic series set to debut in April from BOOM! Studios, which he co-wrote with “Afro Samurai” partner Eric Calderon and which features his likeness in the starring role.
Warner Bros. brings in legal muscle for Superman battle! What triggered $1 million comic sales? Japanese publishers launching three manga magazines for mobile phones! Plus, the lifespans of "Walking Dead" characters!
Marvel's web-slinging wonder joins the ranks of America's jobless in an upcoming story line that kicks off this week in "Amazing Spider-Man" #623 a revealed in an all-new teaser by Pasqual Ferry.
DC Comics' official blog, The Source, has unveiled an advance look at Geoff Johns and Francis Manapul's highly anticipated new series, "The Flash," releasing the first five pages of of the title's first issue set to debut April 14.
IDW announced a number of new "Doctor Who' projects at Gallifrey One on Sunday, including the first ever United States annual, the final adventures featuring David Tennant and what the future holds for Matt Smith.
Every Wednesday ROBOT 6 helps a fan show off their comic collection to the world, and this week Jamie Tarquini shares the impressive collection of statues and comics he has set up at his brand-new apartment.
Spend some time with Sonia as she shares the first of a two-part exploration of her childhood comic book collection. This week, she spotlights her superhero comics from 1981-1995, featuring "JLI, "Iron Man" and more!
Image Comics has provided CBR with advance looks at new comics on sale March 3, including "God Complex" #4, "Chew" #9, and an exclusive preview of the concluding chapter of "Underground!"
Kelly celebrates Bill Willingham's impressive female cast of "Fables" by calling out her top ten favorite female characters that populate the acclaimed Vertigo series in this week's installment of SHE HAS NO HEAD!
Dark Horse has provided previews of titles on sale this week, including "Age of Reptiles" #3, "Conan the Cimmerian" #19, and "Mass Effect: Redemption" #3!
ROBOT 6's Tim O'Shea talks to James Kochalka about the collected "SuperF*ckers" from Top Shelf that arrives next month, as well as his new video game/graphic novel project "Glorkian Warrior."
Samuel L. Jackson stopped by CBR TV to discuss his upcoming comic book, "Cold Space," which will be published later this year by BOOM! Studios. He spoke about the project's origins, what fans can expect from the story and more.
Fantasy author Brandon Sanderson, tasked with completing the epic "Wheel of Time" series of novels, spoke about finishing Robert Jordan's saga and his feelings on Dynamite Entertainment's upcoming adaptation.
Learn the history behind Barry Windsor-Smith's unpublished Hulk project and what major story it may have influenced! Plus, the truth behind a Watchmen mystery and a profane protest from comic legend Mike Sekowsky!
Comic-Con International's contract with San Diego is up in 2013, and several major cities are currently courting the show. Weigh in with what you would like to see happen with the convention!
Timothy Callahan reviews "Fantastic Four" #576 and gives the Jonathan Hickman/Dale Eaglesham comic 4 stars, saying of the team that "they're not only doing the Fantastic Four right, they're doing superhero comics right."
"Olympus" writer Nathan Edmondson and "Surrogates" illustrator Brett Weldele spoke with CBR about "The Light," a horror miniseries debuting from Image in April, and provided exclusive teaser images from the book.
Cartoonist and animator Jake Parker spoke with CBR News about his new graphic novel from Scholastic featuring his childhood creation, Missile Mouse, and his day job as an animation artist at Blue Sky Studios.
Courtesy of Dynamite Entertainment, CBR presents an exclusive 7-page preview of "Kevin Smith's Green Hornet" #1, featuring a story by Smith and art by Jonathan Lau, in stores March 3.
Reactions to "Incarnate" plagiarism accusations! More on the record sale of "Detective Comics" #27! Comics in North Korea! McAlpin's efforts to get "Multiplex" into comic stores! NeilAlien's secret origin! Plus more!
Brian Azzarello and Rags Morales reinvention of iconic heroes from Doc Savage to The Spirit to Batman has its first full color pages see the light of day in advance of the universe-building "First Wave" #1 this March.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale Wednesday, March 3, including "Invincible Iron Man" #24, "New Ultimates" #1, and extended previews of "Girl Comics" #1 and "Breaking into Comics the Marvel Way" #1!
With talk swirling over whether it will remain in San Diego, Comic-Con International's David Glanzer discussed which cities are in the running, the issues at stake and why no decision has been made yet.
The writer behind Marvel's mutant mystery serial "X-Factor" reflects on the game-changing relationship between Shatterstar and Rictor and how it affected fans of the pair and his story.
Courtesy of Titan Books, CBR presents an exclusive 6-page preview of the newly recolored edition of "Lenore: Wedgies" by creator and artist Roman Dirge. The collection is scheduled to hit stores on April 20, 2010.
Creators Heather White, Jeffery Brown and Katie Cook all dance their cares away and leave their worries for another day as they discuss their involvement with Archaia's newest ongoing series, "Fraggle Rock."
After keeping them under wraps for March's solicits, DC has unveiled the covers for "Green Lantern" #52, both of which feature the newly minted White Lantern. ROBOT 6 has the spoilerific images.
Robert Kirkman offers CBR readers a behind-the-scenes look at the special "Image United" prelude story while "G-Man" creator Chris Giarrusso talks about his back up strip featured in the issue, "Image Untied."
Doug Zawisza reviews Geoff Johns and Ivan Reis' "Blackest Night" #7, giving it 4 stars saying "Johns set out to make this story different...and change the DC Universe. With one issue to go, it's safe to say he has accomplished this."
Radical Publishing has stopped production of its comic "Incarnate" while it investigates accusations that creator Nick Simmons, son of Gene Simmons, plagiarized "Bleach" and other manga.