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With the penultimate issue of Dark Horse’s “Vector” Star Wars crossover in stores this week, CBR News spoke with industry veteran John Ostrander about the events of “Legacy” #30 and the event's coming conclusion.
Did Marvel's Black Panther superhero predate America's Black Panther Party?
Who are the SW6 Legion of Super-Heroes, and why are they named such? Plus,
discover the truth behind
Image Comics & Shadowline Comics have provided CBR readers with a Thanksgiving treat -- the complete first issue of "Savage," by Steve Niles, Jeff Frank, Dan Wickline & Mike Mayhew, absolutely free! Read it online today!
The holiday season has arrived, and with it comes the always tricky business of gift shopping, but we've got you covered with CBR's Holiday Gift Guide! Check out our staff's recommendations for comics, novels and art books.
CBR's Timothy Callahan turns in this spoiler-free review of the finale of "Batman R.I.P.," wherein he asks and answers the question, is this a satisfying conclusion to Grant Morrison and Tony Daniel's "Batman R.I.P.?"
“Trinity” #26 arrived in comic book stores today, meaning DC’s third consecutive weekly series has hit the halfway mark. Eisner Award-winning writer Kurt Busiek is loving it. Sometimes.
Artist Edgar Salazar talks to CBR about he and Joe Casey’s “Project Superpowers” spinoff, “Death Defying ‘Devil,” including the inspiration he derives from cover artists Alex Ross, John Romita, Sr. and John Cassaday.
First rumored in LYING IN THE GUTTERS just over one year ago, DC Comics' much-hyped "Batman R.I.P." story came to a conclusion in "Batman" #681 by writer Grant Morrison and artists Tony Daniel & Sandu Florea, on sale now.
The writer of Devil's Due's "Drafted," Mark Powers gives CBR readers an exclusive and in-depth commentary of the final issue of the 12-part sci-fi epic that sees the citizens of Earth drafted into an interstellar war we didn't start.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR brings you an exclusive first look preview of "New Avengers" #47, by Brian Michael Bendis and Billy Tan, shipping to comic shops everywhere next Thursday, December 4th.
CBR brings you more than 40 previews of new comics on sale today, November 26th, 2008, from publishers including Wildstorm, DC Comics, Vertigo, Devil's Due, Dynamite, Image, Top Cow and Marvel.
CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale from DC Comics, Vertigo and Wildstorm tomorrow including "Batman" #681, "Superman" #682, "JSA Kingdom Come Special: The Kingdom," "Unknown Soldier" #2 and more.
Garth Ennis' second Battlefields miniseries shines a light on strange relationships and forgotten battles with dark results. CBR News talks to the writer about the Peter Snejbjerg-illustrated "Dear Billy."
Marc Sumerak gives the classic Weapon X tale a fresh coat of paint -- red paint, that is. The writer of "Weapon X: First Class" answers your questions about the miniseries. Plus exclusive art!
The hidden story of the hit Sci Fi series' robot uprising lands at Dynamite just in time for season 4.5 in January. Writers Joshua Ortega and Eric Nylund talk to CBR about the Nigel Raynor-illustrated "Cylon War."
CBR talks to creators Mark Long, Nick Sagan and M. Zachary Sherman about Radical's “Shrapnel,” chronicling a civil war that ensures when Venus revolts against a growing galactic empire. With a 22-page preview!
The holiday season is upon us, and comics readers will be gifting graphic novels in full effect -- or will you? In this poll, CBR wants to know if you plan on giving comics as gifts, and to whom.
Courtesy of Devil's Due Publishing, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale this week including "Sheena: Queen of the Jungle Vol 2: Dark Rising" #2, "Drafted" #12 and 'Echoes of the Damned" #1.
Monday we brought you an interview with "Mouse Guard" creator David Petersen. Today we bring you a review of "Mouse Guard: Winter 1152" #4, out this Wednesday in finer comic shops everywhere.
The artist behind Vertigo’s hot new series "Madame Xanadu," Amy Reeder Hadley goes in-depth about working with writer Matt Wagner, her love of manga, and provides an exclusive look at issue #6 with guest star Death.
After a lengthy delay, "Mouse Guard: Winter 1152" will finally see release this week. CBR News sat down for a quick chat with creator David Petersen about not just the new issue, but also the official Mouse Guard ballad!
The superstar illustrator of Marvel's "Dark Tower" explains his role as Art Director for Dynamite Entertainment's western-horror and his huge admiration for artist Jason Shawn Alexander and writer James Kuhoric.
Meet The League as they negotiate a truce with the JSI, one that will unite all the world’s heroes against Morgaine Le Fey and Enigma. And Alfred Pennyworth forms an alliance of his own, all in the latest issue of DC's “Trinity.”
Courtesy of Dynamite Entertainment, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale this week including Garth Ennis' "Battlefields: The Night Witches" #2 and "The Man With No Name" #5.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "Ghost Rider" #30 by writer Jason Aaron and artist Tan Eng Huat, on sale December 17 in comics stores everywhere.
Comics Should Be Good's cartooning teacher Greg Hatcher publishes letters between himself and a non-comics-reading student about the long, twisted history of the X-Men, creating an easy guide for new or lapsed fans.
Courtesy of Image, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale next week in finer comics stores everywhere, including an exclusive preview of "The Savage Dragon" #141 by Erik Larsen.
Scholar, teacher, CBR Reviewer and "Grant Morrison: The Early Years" author Timothy Callahan edits a powerful collection of analytical essays on DC's legendary Legion of Super-Heroes; its history, reinvention and fans.
The writer of "Avengers: The Initiative" among other titles for Marvel and Wildstorm, Christos Gage stops by CBR TV to discuss "Absolution," his new series from Avatar about a superhero cop who's mad as hell and can't take it anymore!
Chynna Clugston talks to CBR about her return to everyone’s favorite teenage troublemakers in "Blue Monday: Thieves Like Us." We also get updates on "Strangetown" and "Brains on Vacation."
Did Marvel refuse to publish a Todd McFarlane-drawn issue of "G.I. Joe" because it sucked? Did Marvel finally publish that issue after McFarlane became a superstar? Plus the secret origin of Madelyne Pryor!
Shrouded in darkness and mystery, the Everglades are the setting for Corinna Sara Bechko and Gabriel Hardman's “Heathentown,” a new graphic novel in which many grisly secrets are uncovered deep in the Florida swamps.
John Mayo crunches the numbers for the Top 300 Comics & Top 100 Trades for October, 2008. Marvel took the top spot with "Secret Invasion" #7, while DC debuted at #2 with "Final Crisis" #4.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale next Wednesday including "Incredible Hercules" #123, "Daredevil" #113, "Ms. Marvel" #33, "Skaar: Son of Hulk" #5, "X-Force" #9 and more.
Mark Waid made his debut as part of the “Amazing Spider-Man” creative team this week, and we speak with him about his story as well as his immediate, near and far future plans for the Web-Slinger.
Marvel Comics has revealed the previously top secret artist for Stan Lee’s contribution tothe hotly anticipated "Thor" #600 will be "Immortal Iron Fist" star David Aja. CBR has your exclusive first look at this story.
Classic Sgt. Fury artist Dick Ayers met with Russ Heath and new "Sgt. Rock and the Lost Battalion" creators Billy Tucci and Mark Sparacio at The National con to discuss the art and history of war comics.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you an exclusive first look at "Captain America" #44. Written by Ed Brubaker and illustrated by Luke Ross with a cover by Steve Epting, the issue goes on sale next week.
Tony Bedard fulfills a career-long dream when "R.E.B.E.L.S." #1 ships in February. An updating of DC's classic L.E.G.I.O.N. concept of a space police force for hire, the series is set to make a super star of artist Andy Clarke.
One of this week's highly anticipated releases, writer Mark Waid makes his debut on the thrice-monthly "Amazing Spider-Man." How does the issue, with art from Marcos Martin, stack up? Doug Zawisza has the review.