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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.
NBC has provided CBR with video from next Monday's episode of "Heroes" titled, "The Eclipse, Part 1." Find out what Arthur is up to, while Hiro & Ando visit a comic shop (owned by Seth Green) and Nathan & Peter go on a trip.
In December's “Thor: God-Sized," Thor, Loki and Balder undertake a quest to discover why their memories of legendary Asgardian Skurge The Executioner are changing. CBR spoke with writer Matt Fraction about the one-shot.
Being a big city cop is hard enough without a zombie plague, but as a zombie himself, Detective Joe Mundy has it even harder. Writer Jeff Mariotte talks to CBR about the new graphic novel.
With the penultimate chapter of the "Death of Marc Spector" storyline in stores now, CBR speaks with writer Mike Benson about "Moon Knight" #24 and his future plans for the anti-hero -- whoever he may be.
After creating “Water Baby” for Minx and contributing to Vertigo’s “House of Mystery,” Ross Campbell returns to Oni Press and his acclaimed series “Wet Moon" with this month's "Drowned in Evil."
This is your final day to rank your most favorite comic book battles of all time, which we'll reveal in an upcoming feature. Head over to Comics Should Be Good for the official rules and stay to CBR for the results.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "What If? Newer Fantastic Four" by writer Paul Tobin and artists Patrick Scherberger & Karl Kesel, on sale December 17.
The first African-American to get his own title from DC, a founding Outsider, a Secretary of Education, a husband and a father. But in Final Crisis, Black Lightning was forced to join the Dark Side.
CBR brings you more than 40 previews of new comics on sale today, November 19, 2008, from publishers including Platinum, Wildstorm, DC Comics, Devil's Due, Dynamite, Image, Fantagraphics, Marvel and Dark Horse.
With "Thunderbolts" #126 on sale this week, CBR Reviewer James Hunt takes an advance look at the first issue by the new creative team of writer Andy Diggle and artist Roberto De La Torre.
Writer Fred Van Lente and artist Dennis Calero answer your questions “X-Men Noir!” Van Lente also talks up "Marvel Zombies 3" and makes an announcement concerning “Wolverine: First Class.” Plus exclusive art!
CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale from DC Comics and Wildstorm this Wednesday including "JSA Kingdom Come Special: Magog," "Supergirl" #35, "X-Files" #1 and more.
Before Joe Biden takes office, catch up with the often ignoble history of U.S. Vice Presidents with “Veeps: Profiles in Insignificance.” We talk to writer Bill Kelter about the 46 men who've been a heartbeat away from the presidency.
Forget lumps of coal! In “Moon Knight: Silent Knight,” the Fist of Khonshu is doling out cracked skulls and broken bones to those who've been “naughty.” We spoke with writer Peter Milligan about the one-shot.
John Romita Sr., Roy Thomas, Rick Buckler and Joe Sinnott, survivors of the legendary Marvel bullpen, met at The National convention in New York last weekend to share memories and Stan Lee stories.
Courtesy of Devil's Due, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale this week including "Hack/Slash" #17, "DemonWars: The Demon Spirit" #3 and "Halloween: The First Death of Laurie Strode" #2.
Marvel has released images and solicitation information for new comics on sale in February, 2009, including new issues of "Secret Warriors," "Captain America," "Ghost Rider," "Punisher" and much, much more.
With "Ghost Rider" #29 in stores this week, CBR Reviewer Chad Nevett takes an early look at the Jason Aaron-written, Tan Eng Huat-drawn issue that sees Johnny Blaze go skull-to-skull with Danny Ketch.
Ted Naifeh talks about "Courtney Crumrin and the Prince of Nowhere," working at Scholastic with Holly Black on "The Good Neighbors," and his (no longer) secret project.
DC Comics has released images and solicitations for new comics and products on sale in January, 2009, including the latest from "Batman: Last Rites," " JLA," "Green Lantern," "100 Bullets" final issue and much more.
Rising star writer Ivan Brandon is penning a “Faces of Evil” one-shot, featuring the supervillain Kobra. Problem is Kobra , the über-terrorist and world punishing mad scientist, is dead. We spoke with Brandon.
A message from the past gives the heroes of the world insight into the new powers they face in last week’s “Trinity,” while John Stewart’s own new powers bring him some unwanted attention from Krona.
Courtesy of Dynamite Entertainment, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale this week including "Savage Tales" #10 and "New Battlestar Galactica: Ghosts" #2.
Marvel has provided CBR with advance looks at new comics on sale in February from the X-Men line, including new issues of "X-Men Origins: Sabretooth," "X-Men First Class Finals," the new title "Marvel: Your Universe" and more.
A very busy week as the CBR Reviews team looked at 24 books over the past seven days. “JSA Kingdom Come Special: Superman” and “Young Liars” were the highest rated releases from this past Wednesday, each receiving 4.5 stars.
J. Michael Straczynski has confirmed he is writing a second ongoing title for DC Comics in 2009 beyond “The Brave and the Bold.” Which DCU hero would you like to see JMS script? Let us know in today's online poll.
Graphix Books & CBR offer you the chance to win a harcover copy of “The Good Neighbors – Book One: Kin” by Holly Black, the author of “The Spiderwick Chronicles,” and Ted Naifeh.