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Writer C.B. Cebulski previews artwork from and answers your questions about "X-Men: X-Infernus," the sequel to the classic "Inferno" storyline, and teases new Loners!
With interest in "Watchmen" growing dramatically due to the upcoming feature film directed by Zack Snyder, would you be interested in seeing a comic book sequel to the classic graphic novel?
This week's issue #17 sees Nova and Darkhawk join forces against the Skrulls, and concludes with the surprise return of another of the Human Rocket's allies. Dan Abnett & Andy Lanning give us the goods on all things "Nova."
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "Cable" #7 by Duane Swierczynski and Ariel Olivetti. Guest starring X-Force, the book is on sale next week in comics stores everywhere.
We continue our profile series of The Mates with David Tischman, the writer of Vertigo’s new anarchic superhero book, “Greatest Hits.” This week, meet Crusador, a girl-crazy, Paul McCartney-esque strongman.
CBR News speaks to writer Dan Taylor about IDW Publishing's cleverly titled miniseries, “Pirat Tales: The Legend of the Cat O’Nine Tails,” a high seas adventure featuring swashbuckling rats.
Multiple sources have confirmed for CBR News that MINX, the line of young adult graphic novels from DC Comics, has been cancelled, with some announced, in- progress and even completed titles shelved.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you new pages from two of the publisher's most anticipated new projects: "Punisher: War Zone" #1 and "Marvels: Eye of the Camera" #1, both on sale in December.
Eisner-nominated creator Danica Novgorodoff talks about her new graphic novel "Slow Storm," about a firefighter who tries to help an illegal immigrant, survive a massive storm, and get over her own frustrations.
Frank Castle is in for a strange trip in “Punisher War Journal Annual” #1, which pits him against the sinisterly psychedelic Captain Pepper in a mind-bending nightclub of wannabe heroes and villains. We spoke with Spurrier about the book.
CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "Leviticus Cross: Shadows of the Heart" #1, a new fantasy series by Seth Hays, Jose Torres and Hector Sevilla, on sale in November.
We conclude our showcase of The Hero Initiative's 100 "Hulk" #1 covers for charity with this exclusive gallery of new images by Neal Adams, David Finch, Ed McGuinness, Eric Powell, John Romita, Jr. and more.
Could the next crime fighter to swing along side Spider-Man be Stephen Colbert? Yup! Marvel released information on an extra-sized "Amazing Spider-Man" #573 that features the Comedy Central star.
Dark Horse editor Scott Allie talks to CBR TV about "Solomon Kane," the new series based on Robert E. Howard's puritanical anti-hero. In this exclusive interview Allie reveals why he was compelled to write the series himself.
The editors of "Amazing Spider-Man." Steve Wacker and Tom Brevoort stopped by Comics Should Be Good to answer your questions about all things Spidey, including continuity, identity issues, and upcoming storylines.
Liquid Comics announced this week it has completed the management buyout of Virgin Comics led by the founding management team of Gotham Chopra, Sharad Devarajan and Suresh Seetharaman.
Dynamite Entertainment announced today a new "Project Superpowers" spin-off, "The Death Defying 'Devil" #1, to be written by Joe Casey with art by Edgar Salazar.
In this week's all-new X-POSITION, fan-favorite "Captain Britain" writer Paul Cornell previews exclusive artwork and answers your questions about mutants, magic, and "MI:13," plus a query or two about you-know-(Doctor)- Who.
Creators Brian Wood and Ryan Kelly give CBR readers an exclusive page-by-page commentary of the entire issue of "Local" #6, available now in a new deluxe hardcover collection from Oni Press.
UPDATED: Writer Frank Marraffino refuels DC’s iconic armored war machine and summons its signature Civil War ghost in a forthcoming miniseries from Vertigo. CBR News spoke with Marraffino about "Haunted Tank."
As he did with "Kick-Ass," writer Mark Millar is auctioning off a chance to be a character in ‘War Heroes,”in support of the auction funding the restoration of Superman co-creator Jerry Siegel's boyhood home.
CBR News speaks to “World of Quest” creator Jason Kruse about the popular fantasy story’s long road from Komikwerks webcomic to Kids' WB! animated series to Hachette Books print comic.
The celebrated creator of "The Goon," Eric Powell talks to CBR TV about upcoming developments in the award-winning Dark Horse series, and discusses his work on "Action Comics" and the upcoming animated Goon film.
Victory! But who wins the day when the Trinity and the Troika do battle in Castle Branek? And Gangbuster teams with Hawkman to rescue Tarot, but are they too late? Find out this and more in this week’s issue of “Trinity.”
Horror filmmaker and best-selling "Bloodshot" writer Kevin VanHook returns to comics for “Superman and Batman vs. Vampires and Werewolves,” and spoke with CBR News about the project.
As Dark Horse's fan-favorite "Fear Agent" series approaches its landmark 25th issue, writer Rick Remender talks to CBR News about the sci-fi adventure about a gritty, alcoholic alien exterminator, xenocide, and fear itself.
Courtesy of Dynamite, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale this Wednesday including "Project Superpowers" #6 by Ross, Krueger and Paul, and "Zorro" #7 by Wagner and Francavilla.
School is back in session at Comics Experience. Taking over from founder Andy Schmidt, Spidey scribe Dan Slott will teach the writing track while DC Comics editor Michael Siglain will oversee students of art.
Kieron Gillen & Jamie McKelvie talk to CBR about the return of their acclaimed urban fantasy series "Phonogram" with "The Singles Club," featuring seven new pop-fueled stories of music and magic set on the same night in the same dance club.
Image Comics has provided CBR with advance looks at new books on sale this week, including the debut of Garth Ennis & Jimmy Palmiotti's "Back to Brooklyn," plus "I Kill Giants" #3, "The Perhapnauts" #4 and more!
Three weeks ago we reviewed "Heroes" Season Three premiere, happening Monday night on NBC. We're running it again today for those of you who may have missed it the first time around.
While the 1930s gave comics Superman, Batman, Sub-Mariner and the Human Torch, the 1940s introduced some legendary figures, as well. Who is the greatest superhero created in the 1940s? Take our online poll.
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "Spawn" #183 by writer David Hine and illustrator Brian Haberlin. On sale next week, the issue promises a stunning revelation.
CBR's series of interviews with comics' top editors continues today with Tom Brevoort, Executive Editor at Marvel and responsible for such books as "Secret Invasion," "Civil War," "Captain America" and much more.
The early word on Devil's Due's American expansion of the classic Japanese horror icon is on the way courtesy of writer Jimmy Palmiotti, who talks to CBR News about "Vampire Hunter D: American Wasteland."
CBR speaks with “X-Force” co-writer Christopher Yost about the hit series' first arc and discuss the next storyline, “Old Ghosts,” which pits the clandestine mutant hit squad against the old X-Men foe known as the Vanisher.
Courtesy of Radical Comics, CBR brings you an exclusive 15-page preview of "City of Dust: A Philip Khrome Story" #1 by writer Steve Niles and illustrator Zid, on sale October 1st.
Did John Byrne & Howard Mackie consider a mystical One More Day-esque solution to make Spidey single again? Was "Watchmen" originally planned as just six issues? Plus: Bob Kane swipe file!
J'onn J'onzz helped usher in the Silver Age of superhero comics, but that didn't save him from meeting a brutal end in "Final Crisis." CBR looks back on the life of the Martian Manhunter.
“Farscape” returns in November courtesy of BOOM! Studios, with Rockne O'Bannon at the helm. CBR checked in with the writer to see how jumping from TV to comics has changed the world of “Farscape” and that of its creator.