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Marvel's War of Kings panel took place Friday afternoon at New York Comic Con, and CBR News was there to bring you all the breaking news about the intergalactic event along with a massive image gallery!
Dark Horse has released images and solicitation information for new comics and products on sale in May, 2009, including a new "Aliens" mini, "Buffy: TVS" #25, and the return of Dave McKean's long out of print "Cages."
Reports are coming in that the newest installment of "Scott Pilgrim" is already so high in demand, the book is proving difficult for retailers and fans alike to get copies...even though it's not been officially released yet.
Dark Horse has announced a new “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” one-shot, written by “Demo” artist Becky Cloonan and illustrated by “Last Call” creator Vasilis Lolos, as well as a new hardcover edition of "Pixu."
Did Art Spiegelman start his career doing "Garbage Pail Kids?" Did Mark Gruenwald plan to kill Flacon? And how did a joke on COMICS SHOULD BE GOOD lead to a scene in "Salvation Run?" That and more!
CBR talks to Berkeley Breathed exclusively about the definitive, hardcover, five-volume collection of the entire run of his Pultizer Prize-winning comic strip “Bloom County,” to be published by IDW.
CBR Reviewer Benjamin Birdie turns in a review of "Agents of Atlas" #1, thinking highly of the debut issue of Jeff Parker's new Marvel series, awarding the book with a four and a half star review.
Want to see what a convention looks like before it's set up? Stop by CBR Live! now for early show floor photos from NYCC 2009 and be sure to check back regularly throughout the weekend for more candid shots and breaking news!
IDW’s “Angel: After the Fall” wraps up with issue #17, but that is not the end for everybody favorite vampire with a soul: we talk to novelist Kelley Armstrong about writing the subsequent story arc, “Aftermath.”
The creators of the NBA satire webcomic, "Garbage Time All-Stars," talk with Robot 6 about the strip's origins, what's proven most popular with their fanbase and the possibilities of skewering other sports in the future.
Jim Krueger returns to give us the lowdown on “Avengers/Invaders” and what we can expect from the remaining issues. He also looks back at “Justice” and dishes the dirt on what he thinks about crossovers.
Andrew Kreisberg simply got too busy to write “World of New Krypton,” but nothing will stop the TV and comic book scribe from reading the maxi-series that interlocks with all the Super-books.
Marvel once again dominated the sales figures in December 2008, with their highest dollar amount since 2003. Also, John discusses which titles are likely to be affected when Diamond's new cutoff levels kick in this year.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "Thor" #600 by J. Michael Straczinski, Olivier Coipiel and more, on sale February 11 in comics stores everywhere.
With Henry Selick's stop-motion adaption of Neil Gaiman's "Coraline" opening this weekend, CBR News sat down with voice actor Terri Hatcher to discuss her multiple roles in the highly anticipated film.
Courtesy of Top Cow, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of the backmatter and creator commentary from "The Darkness: Accursed" TPB by Phil Hester & Michael Broussard.
In this exclusive on-camera interview, "Killing Girl" writer Glen Brunsiwck talks to CBR TV about his new Image Comics series, "Jersey Gods," featuring artwork by COMIC BOOK IDOL contestant Dan McDaid.
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR brings you an exclusive first look at artwork from "Haunt," the long-awaited project by writer Robert Kirkman and artist Todd McFarlane.
With Marvel's "Punisher" #2 on sale now, series writer Rick Remender provides CBR readers with an exclusive page-by-page commentary of the Jerome Opeña-drawn issue.
With classic issues of "Savage Dragon" available for free on MySpace, we check in with Erik Larsen to see why he thinks the social networking site is is so important to the comic book industry. His answer may surprise you.
CBR talks to Rick Loverd & Jeremy Haun about Top Cow's “Berserker,” a new series posing the question, what would happen if descendants of Norse berserker warriors began to hulk out in the here and now?
With “X-Men: The Times and Life of Lucas Bishop” #1 in stores now, CBR speaks with writer Duane Swierczynski about the miniseries that charts the life of the former X-Man, and hints why he wants to kill a mutant messiah.
It's new comics day in the USA, and CBR brings you more than forty previews of new books on sale right now from publishers including Marvel Comics, Dynamite Entertainment, Image Comics and BOOM! Studios.
The X-Editors swing by CBR to answer your questions about new, old, and former mutants of the Marvel Universe. And as always, X-POSITION brings you exclusive artwork from all across the X-Men line.
Courtesy of Radical Comics, CBR brings you an advance look at "Hotwire: Requiem for the Dead" #1. Created by Warren Ellis & Steve Pugh and written and illustrated by Pugh, this issue goes on sale this week.
Leah Moore & John Reppion sink their teeth into a horror classic while retaining the creepy, crawly sections seldom seen. They talk to CBR about Dynamite's "The Complete Dracula."
CBR Reviewer James Hunt turns in an advance review of "Secret Warriors" #1, giving the Briand Michael Bendis & Jonathan Hickman-written debut issue four stars and marks for accessibility and relevance.
Writer/artist Brian Wood announced today that all rights to two of his early works, "Channel Zero" and "Channel Zero: Jennie One," have reverted back to him from publisher AiT/Planet Lar.
In this first installment of ALL THE KING'S MEN, CBR News talks with "War of Kings" writers Dan Abnett & Andy Lanning to identify the Kings and Queens on Marvel's cosmic chessboard.
Courtesy of Top Cow Productions, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "The Darkness" #75 by Phil Hester and a host of Darkness artists past and present, with covers by Bermejo, Keown, Sejic and Broussard.
What is the Idol Head of Infernatu, and what does it mean for Enigma’s plans? What do the Companions learn about the mysterious god Kellel that could change their world? Justin and Brian bring you some answers.
This month's "Previews" catalogue features a brief essay by BOOM! Studios Editor-in-Chief and writer Mark Waid on the subject of his new series, "Irredeemable." CBR brings you the full text of Waid's piece.
MySpace Comic Books has a four-page preview of Batman #686, the first issue of Neil Gaiman and Andy Kubert’s two-part “Whatever Happened to the Caped Crusader?” The much- anticipated comic hits shelves on Feb. 11.
On sale this week is "Eureka" #1 from BOOM! Studios, tying directly into the popular Sci Fi television series. CBR News caught up with writer Brendan Hay to talk about the comic book and thinking like a genius.
Courtesy of Dynamite Entertainment, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale this week including "Dead Irons" #1, the first issue of the new series by James Kuhoric, Jason Shawn Alexander and Jae Lee.
Catch up with CBR's stellar reviews team, who turned in last week nearly twenty reviews of comic books from publishers all across the industry, including a number of 4.5 star reviews and a dismal half-a-star awarded to one unlucky book.
This week's "Immortal Iron Fist" #22 kicks off the new storyline "Escape from the Eighth City," which finds Iron Fist and fighting for his life in a nightmarish realm. CBR spoke with series writer Duane Swierczynski about the arc.
Every day in January, Comics Should Be Good spotlighted some of best and brightest writers in the comics industry, and you can check out the full list right here, including Jonathan Hickman, Stuart Moore and more.
Reed Exhibitions has today announced the launch of Chicago Comic & Entertainment Expo (C2E2) which will take place April 16 – 18, 2010 at McCormick Place in downtown Chicago.
In response to continuing strong sales, Marvel Comics has sent 'Amazing Spider- Man" #583, guest starring new U.S. President Barack Obama, back to press for a fifth printing with a new version of the Phil Jimenez cover.