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CBR's reviews team looked at nearly 20 new books last week, turning in write-ups on "Gotham City Sirens," "Astonishing X-Men," "Detective Comics," "Predator," "Berserker," "Secret Warriors" and much more.
With Top Cow's "War of the Witchblades" halfway finished, CBR News checked in with Ron Marz to discuss the shocking events of the story arc thus far and what the writer has in store for the remaining three issues.
Courtesy of Dynamite, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale this week new issues of "The Boys" and "Battlestar Galactica: The Final Five" and the fourth trade paperback collection of "The Boys."
Don't miss CBR Live!'s coverage of the "Berserker" signing at Golden Apple Comics Saturday and the Collector's Paradise Signing on Sunday that saw huge crowd shows up for Milo Ventimiglia and crew.
Geppi congratulates BOOM! on Disney license! Hayao Miyazaki confirmed for Comic-Con! "Coraline" graphic novel and "Mouse Guard" RPG win awards! Play the Batwoman telephone game! Plus, how old is Peter Parker?
CBR checked out "Virtuality," the new pilot from "Battlestar Galactica" mastermind Ronald D. Moore about a spaceship crew trapped in a virtual reality world gone wrong, and spoke with the cast.
Blue Water Productions has announced a tribute comic for Michael Jackson following his death called "Tribute: Michael Jackson, King of Pop," coming this October.
Fantagraphics follows up the Eisner-winning "I Shall Destroy All the Civilized Planets!" with another collection of strange superhero comics by Fletcher Hanks. ROBOT 6's Chris Mautner takes a look.
Chad Nevett concludes his series of reviews for every issue of DC Comics' landmark "52," of which says, "it was a good series. It was ambitious, it was fearless, and it came out on time. What more can you ask?"
Courtesy of IDW, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale next week including "American McGee's Grimm" #3. "Angel: After the Fall" #23, "Locke & Key: Head Games" #6 and more.
In the latest "Six by 6" column, ROBOT 6's Chris Mautner and JK Parkin show their softer side and count down the six comics that left them weeping like babies.
From time to time Comics Should Be Good's Scott examines a specific year in comic book history to highlight events and overall trends. 1953 is one such year, and also one where no new comics publishers appeared.
Courtesy of Image, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale next week including new issues of "Chew," "Savage Dragon," "The Astounding Wolf-Man," "Witchblade" and "The Sword."
The writer of "Fables" and "Justice Society of America," Bill Willingham mixes tools from his superhero and fantasy wheelhouses, teaming with a mystery partner for a Dynamite miniseries that will lead to something larger.
In this week's CUP O' Q&A, Joe Quesada goes in-depth on the future of Runaways and its creators, the fate of Iron Man and Pepper Potts, and what exactly is up with Dazzler's chances for a solo title.
Courtesy of Aspen Comics, CBR brings you the full issue of "Dellec" #0 by writers Frank Mastromauro & Vince Hernandez and artists Micah Gunnell & Rob Stull. Check it out!
Fan Expo Canada announces its list of exclusive products which will only be available for $10 each. Items include the first ever Megan Fox photo cover variant for issue one of "Transformers: Tales of the Fallen."
J. Michael Straczynski tells CBR News that he is indeed leaving"Thor." citing personal unwillingness to steer the hugely popular and critically acclaimed title into the middle of a forthcoming Marvel "event."
Evan Rachel Wood & Alan Cumming will star in "Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark," with music and lyrics by U2, written by Julie Taymor and Glen Berger and directed by Julie Taymor.
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "Savage Dragon" #150, written and drawn by Erik Larsen and on sale next week in finer comics stores everywhere.
Heroes and Villains Entertainment and Top Cow Productions have formed a new creative alliance and announced their first project, the werewolf story "Tracker" by Jonathan Lincoln and Francis Tsai.
CBR's Greg McElhatton gives "Detective Comics" #854 an outstanding five-star review, saying Greg Rucka and J.H. Williams have produced one of the best single issues of comic book entertainment seen this year.
It's an all-minorities edition of COMIC BOOK LEGENDS REVEALED, with truths about DC and Marvel's approach to African-Americans and homosexuals in "Rawhide Kid" and "The Legion of Super-Heroes."
The human resistance, battle-hardened Yvette lost her life against MAPPO's soldiers, but the "War Toys" hero is returning in an all-new one-shot this July. We spoke with Richard Starkings & Moritat about the book.
Remembering Michael Jackson's comic-book connections -- and when he almost bought Marvel! Another look at Diamond's cancellation of several manga titles! Greg Rucka talks Batwoman! Plus, more!
Welcome to the first edition of EVOLUTION REVOLUTION, the exclusive new CBR feature where writer Matt Fraction walks you through "Utopia," the "Dark Avengers/Uncanny X-Men" crossover that begins this week.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale next Wednesday including "Deadpool: Merc With A Mouth" #1, "Agents of Atlas" #7, "Fantastic Four" #568, War of Kings" #5 and more.
In this week's all-new X-POSITION, the writer of “Timestorm 2009/2099: X-Men,” Brian Reed, answers your questions and hints at what the future has in store for our favorite mutants.
Jorge Lucas to "The Darkness" for the upcoming 79th issue, one that is described as "very special." Lucas spoke with CBR about wielding Jackie Estacado and his curse once again, and what's in store for fans.
Comics Should Be Good's MONTH OF ART STARS continues with Jonathan Case, whose admirer Steve Lieber presents a selection of artwork showcasing the artist's talents.
CBR talks with Rick Remender about the humanity's ultimate salvation or destruction in “The End League,” his Dark Horse series that concludes with issue #9. We have an exclusive preview.
Warner Bros. has announced where and when you can see the extended director's cut of "Watchmen" in theaters, coinciding with Comic-Con in San Diego. ROBOT 6 has all the details.
Jon Goldwater, the son of Archie Comics founder John L. Goldwater, has been named new CEO of the American publisher, and plans to bring the kids from Riverdale to a larger multimedia audience.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "Uncanny X- Men" #513 by Matt Fraction and Terry Dodson & Rachel Dodson, part of the "Utopia" storyline and on sale next week.
From “MAD” to “Little Annie Fanny,” Abrams ComicArts' “The Art of Harvey Kurtzman” gives a comprehensive look at the influential artist's career. We spoke with co-authors Denis Kitchen & Paul Buhle about the book.
More on the purchase of Toronto Comicon by Wizard's Gareb Shamus! Archie Comics names a new CEO! Dan DiDio talks Batwoman! A first-timer's guide to conventions! Plus, the return of Death Row Records ... with comics?
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "Cable" #16 by Duane Swierczynski and Paul Gulacy with a cover by Dave Wilkins, on sale next week.
One of superhero comics' most beloved writers, Peter David goes in-depth with CBR News about his storied career, from his earliest work on "Spectacular Spider-Man" to his most recent projects like "Fallen Angel."
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you an exclusive first look at Mirco Pierfederici's variant cover for "New Mutants" #3 by Zeb Wells and Diogenes Neves & Cam Smith.
CBR's Chad Nevett looks at one of the week's biggest releases, "Dark Avengers/Uncanny X-Men: Utopia," which sets up Matt Fraction's story well, but suffers under the weight of no fewer than thirteen artists.