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CBR Reviewer Tim Callahan turns in a four-star write-up of Icon's "Incognito" #2, saying the Ed Brubaker & Sean Phillips collaboration "brings the sex and violence into a world of alt-superheroics."
Norman Osborn sets his sights on Marvel's first family in “Dark Reign: Fantastic Four" by Hickman & Chen. We spoke with Jonathan Hickman about the book, which sees Reed Richards looking at past mistakes.
Author Danny Fingeroth hosted one of comics' greats, the writer-artist-editor- historian Jerry Robinson, in a discussion about Batman, Bob Kane, the Siegel and Schuster settlement, and almost 70 years in the business.
Did sci-fi master Robert Heinlein once threaten to sue Marvel? Did a misunderstanding see Captain America meet the wrong Duke? Plus, the legendary Superman revamp that never happened.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale next Wednesday including "Ghost Rider" #32, "Guardians of the Galaxy" #10, "Spider-Man: Noir" #3, "Uncanny X-Men" #506 and more.
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR brings an exclusive first look at the second of four teasers for "Haunt," the new ongoing series created by Robert Kirkman and Todd McFarlane. This image is by Ryan Ottley.
Writer and former Marvel Editor-in-Chief Tom DeFalco’s “Amazing Spider- Girl” is ending, to be followed by shorts in “Amazing Spider-Man Family.” But DeFalco's “Family” work might be his last for Marvel Comics.
Ross Richie, Chip Mosher, Michael Alan Nelson and a digital Mark Waid talked with fans at NYCC about Waid’s three new ongoing series, the future of "Farscape," "Hexed," The Muppets," Pixar and more.
"Agents of Atlas" and "X-Men: First Class Finals" writer Jeff Parker reflects on the many lessons he's learned from comic books, and invites fans to share how knowledge gleaned from comics has helped them out of a jam.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR brings you an exclusive first look at Niko Henrichon's variant covers for the first two issues of "Lockjaw & The Pet Avengers." Written by Chris Eliopoulos, the series begins in May.
CBR's reviews team turns in five write-ups of new books released this week, including Neil Gaiman and Andy Kubert's "Whatever Happeend to the Caped Crusader" in "Batman" #686 and of course "Thor" #600.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "Dark Avengers" #2. Written by Brian Michael Bendis and illustrated by Mike Deodato, this issue goes on sale next week.
Just in time for Valentine’s Day, writer Andrew Kreisberg and artists Mike Norton & Joe Rubinstein introduce Cupid, a new villain to the rogues’ gallery of “Green Arrow/Black Canary.” CBR spoke with Kreisberg.
Marvel's Tom Brevoort led an open forum with New York Comic Con attendees to discuss the good, bad and ugly of all things Marvel, including "Ultimatum," "One More Day," event fatigue, Stephen King, Icon and much more.
The Goon, Buffy, Beasts of Burden and more earn some love from fans at New York Comic Con's Dark Horse panel, featuring Eric Powell and Evan Dorkin, with news about Mike Mignola, Gabriel Bá & Fábio Moon and Stan Sakai.
Jim Lee and the editors and creators behind Wildstorm discuss the DC Comics imprint's plans for 2009, including new collections of "Sleeper," more licensed comics, the return of "Astro City," and more.
Jeff Parker stops by X-POSITION to chat about “X-Men: First Class Finals” and his upcoming run on “Exiles," but how could we let him go without answering your questions about "Agents of Atlas!" Plus exclusive art!
A new slate of May-launching comics, the return of "Dead@17,'" Man of Action's big plans, Whilce Portacio's early career stories and more were discussed at The Image Comics Panel at NYCC. UPDATED with tons of art!
Comicraft founder Richard Starkings and members of team UCLICK met with attendees of last weekend's New York Comic Con to discuss their comic book solutions for the iPhone.
An all-star panel of Green Lantern creators including Geoff Johns, Joe Staton, Marv Wolfman, Len Wein and editor Robert Greenberger met with a huge number of fans at New York Comic Con to celebrate the fiftieth birthday of Hal Jordan.
DC Comics has released advance looks at new comics on sale today, February 11th, including "Action Comics" #874, "Green Lantern Corps" 333, "R.E.B.E.L.S." #1, "Trinity" #37 and more!
Cassie Hack wants to end her crusade against Slashers. What will this mean for her hulking, misshapen partner Vlad? And will the Slashers of the world let Cassie give up that life? We spoke with “Hack/Slash” creator Tim Seeley.
CBR News talks to “Witchblade” writer Ron Marz about the “War of the Witchblades” arc, in which the conflict between the two Witchblade bearers finally comes to a head, with only one left standing when the smoke clears.
It's new comics day in the USA, and CBR brings you nearly fourty previews of new books from publishers including DC Comics, Marvel Comics, BOOM! Studios, Dynamite, Image Comics, Radical and Wildstorm.
Writer Tony Bedard has plenty to say about his epic DC book, "R.E.B.E.L.S.," which debuts this week, including why he couldn't call it "L.E.G.I.O.N." and why it's going to be crucial to the DCU. Plus art by Andy Clarke!
Walt & Louise Simonson, Colleen Doran, Christos Gage, Tom DeFalco and Jimmy Palmiotti met with fans in New York to discuss their careers as comics writers and the challenges of working in the singular medium.
CBR's Greg McElhatton has read Naoki Urasawa's new interpretation of Osamu Tezuka's classic "Astro Boy" material, and gives the film noir murder mystery a rare five-star review. Check it out!
Hasbro's heavy hitters were the focus of IDW's panel, which included longtime "Joe" scribe Larry Hama and announcements regarding this summer's "Transformers" and "Joe" movie tie-ins.
Courtesy of BOOM! Studios, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale this week including "Hexed" #2, "Last Reign: Kings of War" #3 and the trade paperback collection of "Cthulhu Tales Vol. 3: Chaos of the Mind."
With the help of a Hawaiian greeting, the folks at Aspen Comics woke a sleepy New York Comic Con Sunday morning crowd, with new news and teases of projects announced for 2009 and beyond.
Waner Bros. has released a new Watchmen Production Diary, this time focusing in one on of the aspects of the movie fans have been wondering about the most: how will Rorschach's mask work on the big screen?
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale next Wednesday including "Incognito #2, "Avengers/Invaders" #8, "Wolverine: Manifest Destiny" #4, "X-Men Origins: Sabretooth" #1 and more.
Tim O'Shea and one of the top letterers in the field today, Todd Klein, talk about Klein's career, working with Alan Moore, designing comic book logos, being influenced by other letterers and more.
Greg Rucka is teaming with all-star artist J.H. Williams III on “Detective Comics” once the long-running series returns from its “Battle for the Cowl”-imposed hiatus in June. And the main character is the Batwoman.
New York Comic Con's head honcho Lance Fensterman talks to CBR News about this year's show, as well as the future of NYCC, the new Chicago show C2E2, and New York's Anime Festival.
For this week's look at the heartbreaking eighth chapter of "Watchmen," Atom! and Carr are joined by comedian and animation producer Steve Marmel, known for his work on “Fairly Odd Parents” and “Yin Yang Yo" and more.
The Trinity returns, but are heroes really meant to be gods? Justin and Brian consider the possibilities, while they also take a look at the remaining members of the Dreambound and the return of Ray Palmer.
Courtesy of Dynamite Entertainment, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale this week including "Masquerade" #1, "Jungle Girl Season 2" #3 and "Red Sonja Annual" #2.
New information and debate at the ICv2 sponsored panel hits on how "Watchmen" and "Naruto" saved sales in 2008, the impact of digital media on comics and Art Spiegelman's history of comics
Jill Pantozzi, aka The Nerdy Bird, wraps up her coverage of this years New York Comic Con and shares some final thouhgts and photos from the con floor. Did she survive? More importantly, did everyone else?