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If J. Michael Stracynski didn't write Dr. Doom crying in the Spidey 9/11 issue, then why is Dr. Doom crying? Learn the whole story, plus truths about Paul Tobin and Dan Carr, in this week's new Comic Book Legends Revealed!
In this month's "Punisher: Frank Castle" #66, the titular vigilante heads to Philadelphia, where he's forced into a lethal race against time. CBR News spoke with writer Duane Swierczynski about "Six Hours to Kill."
Original works by comics luminaries Joe Madureira, Rich Buckler, Adam Kubert, Art Thibert, Emilio Squeglio and Jerry Ordway will be available to the highest bidders in an auction to benefit The Hero Initiative.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale next Wednesday including "Mighty Avengers" #21, "Astonishing X-Men" #28, "Uncanny X-Men Annual" #2, "X-Men: Kingbreaker" #2 and more.
Word came late today from the Hollywood Reporter that Warner Bros. & Fox have agreed on a settlement concerning "Watchmen" distribution rights with the film still debuting in March, and ROBOT 6 has the latest details.
Darkhawk begins in February a journey that will lead to a larger cosmic destiny and a major role in the upcoming War of Kings event. CBR News spoke with writer C.B. Cebulski about "War of Kings: Darkhawk."
Join CBR News for the second part of our in-depth conversation with the skillful architects of “Star Wars: Vector,” Dark Horse’s successful event maxiseries 4,100 years in the making.
January is DC's month of villainy as the bad guys take the stage in Faces of Evil. First up, we examine Grant Morrison's "anti-Batman," Prometheus, and Germany's World War I flying ace, Hans Von Hammer, the Enemy Ace.
With the first two printings of "Amazing Spider-Man" #583 selling out immediately, Marvel Comics is going back to press for a third printing of the special issue that guest stars U.S. President-Elect Barack Obama.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR brings you an exclusive first look at "Dark Avengers" #1. Written by Brian Michael Bendis with art by Mike Deodato, this issue goes on sale January 21.
Comics and screen scribe Marc Guggenheim prepares to launch a new horrific set of heroes by way of Dynamite’s latest original miniseries, "Super-Zombies," co-written with Vince Gonzalez and illustrated by Mel Rubi.
CBR News checked in with writer Zeb Wells and artist Todd Nauck about the instant sell-out “Amazing Spider-Man” #583, blessed with Barack Obama on the cover, from a signing at Alakazam Comics in Irvine, CA.Updated
CBR Reviewer Benjamin Birdie checks in with a review of Wednesday's big release, "Final Crisis" #6, giving the issue four stars, saying Grant Morrison is "...paying tribute to imagination, the literal power of words and ideas."
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you an exclusive first look at the cover of "X-Force" #14, featuring the return of Stryfe. Written by Chris Yost & Craig Kyle with art by Clayton Rain, this issue goes on sale in April.
ROBOT 6 compiles reports from retailers detailing the huge crowds outside comics stores today, with fans lined up all over the country to get their hands on "Amazing Spider-Man" #583, guest-starring Barack Obama.
Fan favorite wrtier Greg Rucka is taking over “Action Comics” from his pal Geoff Johns in March, but there will be some different heroes headlining the book in 2009 other than Superman. We spoke with him about the book.
With the landmark Dark Horse “Star Wars: Vector” now complete, CBR speaks with creators Randy Stradley, John Jackson Miller, John Ostrander and Jan Duursema about the event 4,100 years in the making.
Just four weeks out from New York Comic Con, show runner Lance Fensterman shares some news and views with CBR readers, including an important reminder about this Friday.
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR brings you an exclusive first look at the cover of "Youngblood" #8, featuring U.S. President Elect Barack Obama. Written and drawn by Rob Liefeld, this issue goes on sale in February.
Writers Christina Weir & Nunzio DeFilippis talk to CBR about concluding their many manga series for Seven Seas, adapting F. Scott Fitzgerald's "Benjamin Button," and discuss upcoming projects from Oni Press.
Our Dark Horse series continues with Chris Warner, who has been on staff nearly from the beginning. CBR spoke with Warner about “Empowered,” the revitalized “Aliens” and “Predator,” pop art books, and more.
It's new comics day in the USA, and CBR has more than thirty previews of new books on sale from publishers including Marvel, DC, Dynamite, Wildstorm, Aspen, Dynamite, Oni and IDW Publishing.
Courtesy of Oni Press, CBR News brings you a nine page preview of "Wasteland" #23, in stores Wednesday, January 14th, by writer Antony Johnston and artist Christopher Mitten
DC Comics has released advance looks at new comics on sale this week including new issues of "Final Crisis," "Action Comics," 'Titans," "Nightwing," "Green Lantern Corps" and much more.
X-POSITION goes cosmic today as writers Dan Abnett & Andy Lanning answer your questions about the upcoming “War of Kings” miniseries. Plus exclusive art from "War of Kings" and "War of Kings: Darkhawk!"
Courtesy of Dark Horse, CBR brings you an exclusive six-page preview of this week's "BPRD: The Black Goddess" #1 by Mike Mignola, John Arcudi and Guy Davis with a Kevin Nowlan cover.
One of the most popular game franchises, "Resistance' is coming to comics this week courtesy of Wildstorm and writer Mike Costa & artist Ramón Pérez. We spoke with Costa about what "Resistance" fans can expect.
He meets Barack Obama in this week's “Amazing Spider-Man” #583, and in the coming weeks Spider-Man will tangle with Wolverine, the Fantastic Four and Anti-Venom. We spoke with writer Dan Slott about all things Spidey.
Comics Should Be Good's cartooning teacher Greg Hatcher publishes letters between himself and a student who's discovering the X-Men comics for the very first time. In this second installment, Greg's pupil reaches the 1990s.
Celebrated cartoonist David Rees talks to CBR News about ending his popular comics strip “Get Your War On” as President Bush administration's comes to an end, a promise the cartoonist made years ago.
Classic heroes, new villains and time-hopping action take center stage in Phil Hester & Carlos Paul's revision of the Golden Age heroine Miss Masque in Dynamite's "Masquerade." We spoke with the writer about the project.
Courtesy of IDW, CBR brings you an exclusive ten-page preview of this week's "G.I. Joe" #1 by Chuck Dixon and Robert Atkins, with covers by Dave Johnson, Gabriele Dell’Otto, Mel Rubi and Ron Frenz.
Harvey Pekar talks to CBR News about "Leave Me Alone!" - the new "jazz opera" that will be performed for one night only in Ohio. But fear not, you can watch it live online, and we've got an audio excerpt featuring Robert Crumb!
In our latest look at Marvel's ongoing Dark Reign saga, CBR speaks with “Agents of Atlas” writer Jeff Parker to find out what the villainous Norman Osborn wants from the fan-fave heroes in their new ongoing series begins.
CBR News talks to writer Joe Hill about the second chapter of IDW’s “Locke & Key,” what the demon called Dodge has in store for the Locke family, and the future of the franchise.
Courtesy of Dynamite Entertainment, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale this week including "The Death Defying 'Devil" #2 and "Battlestar Galactica: The Cylon War" #1.
Diamond Comics Distributors has revealed the Top Comics and Graphic Novels for 2008. Marvel Comics led all publishers and dominated the comics sales charts, while DC Comics dominated the graphic novel list.
Looking at last week’s “Trinity,” Justin and Brian check in with the goddess Dinanna Truthqueen, and also discuss what it means to be a hero when what you’re fighting for leads inevitably to your own destruction.
"Frank Frazetta's Dark Kingdom" writer Mark Kidwell and newcomer illustrator John Cboins talk about their March-shipping one-shot, "Frank Frazetta's Freedom," the first western from the best-selling Frazetta line.
In an editorial on the Web site Big Hollywood, acclaimed comics writer Bill Willingham says he's had enough of "superhero decadence" and says the superhero genre should have "higher standards, loftier ideals."