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Courtesy of Top Cow, CBR brings you an advance look at "The Darkness" #78 by writer Phil Hester and artist Nelson Blake II with a cover by Michael Avon Oeming, on sale next week.
In this all-new CUP O' Q&A, Joe Quesada tackles the subject most asked about by CBR readers: Marvel's $3.99 price point. Joe goes in-depth on the topic, also addressing Marvel's MAX and younger readers lines.
CBR's Tim Callahan gives "Reborn" #1 high marks for the writing of Ed Brubaker and the artwork of Bryan Hitch & Butch Guice, and forgives Marvel for making what should just be a "Captain America" storyline its own event book.
Appearing at Meltdown Comics last night, Grant Morrison and Clive Barker discussed the unacknowledged bondage of Wonder Woman, the altered state of creativity, and the progression of “The If.”
Marc Andreyko reveals himself as Bill Willingham's co-writer on a secret Dynamite superhero fantasy epic. Both men explain their own history together and drop hints about the book to come.
How did Norman Osborn assemble his own mutant strike force? You'll find out next week in “Dark X-Men: The Beginning” #1. CBR spoke with editor Nick Lowe and co-writer Paul Cornell about the three-issue miniseries.
DC Comics announced today that the Justice League will meet Teshkeel Comics’ The 99 in an upcoming miniseries. Fabian Nicieza will write the book. The release date and artist will be announced at a later date.
J.H. Williams' work on "Detective Comics" has lit up the web with superlative praise, and the artist sits down with CBR to talk about the new Batwoman, working with Greg Rucka, and how long he'll remain with the book.
This August, Tyrese Gibson will launch his new comic book series "Mayhem!" through Image Comics. CBR spoke with writer Mike Le and artist Tone Rodriguez, about how the project was developed and what readers can expect from the series.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "X-Men: Legacy" #226 by writer Mike Carey and artist Dustin Weaver with a cover by Terry and Rachel Dodson, on sale next week.
The debate continues over the Harvey Awards! Mainstream media take notice of the Rictor-Shatterstar kiss! "Bleach" topples "Watchmen" in bookstores! How soon is too soon to judge a serialized story? Plus, Batman digs this day!
CBR TV takes you to the grand opening of Earth-2 Comics, co-owned by Geoff Johns. See what Geoff has to say about owning a shop, while Waid, Wells, Loeb and others offer up sound advice to the new retailer.
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR brings you an advance look at "Adventure Comics" #1 by Geoff Johns and Francis Manapul with a backup feature drawn by Clayton Henry, on sale in August.
Joe Quesada is back with loads of exclusive artwork and insights into Marvel's process for new events and series, thoughts on convention season, surprising revelations about Spider-Girl, and an amazing story from Mark Waid.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you an advance look at "The Marvels Project" #1 by Ed Brubaker and Steve Epting, with covers by Epting, Jimenez, McNiven and Parel, on sale in August.
CBR viewed a documentary on Steve Ditko, then heard live recollections from associates of Ditko, and observed three scholarly presentations on the works of Ditko. All that and a slice of cake.
Image Comics Marketing Director Joe Keatinge -- nominated this year for his work editing "PopGun" Vol. 2 -- pens an open letter addressing the industry's response to this year's Harvey Award nominations.
Rob Liefeld returns full-time to his Image series as both writer and illustrator, and spoke with CBR about what fans can expect from "Youngblood" #9, which puts President Barack Obama in the crosshairs of some very bad people.
Industry veteran Steve Saffel talks to CBR about editing the legendary Joe Simon and assembling a new collection of one of comic’s greatest teams, "The Best of Simon & Kirby," now out from Titan Books.
CBR's James Hunt enjoyed "Marvel Divas" #1, giving the book four stars and saying that despite "layers of mis-marketing," Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa and Tonci Zonjic have created a very decent comic book.
Oscar nominated star Djimon Hounsou puts his support behind Dynamite's upcoming "Thulsa Doom" origin tale with word from series artist Lui Antonio, who gave CBR an exclusive preview of the interior artwork.
More talk on about the Harvey Award nominations! How Diamond's minimum-order policy has affected the direct market! Another round of Xeric Grant winners! Plus, those Michael Jackson cartoons!
It's New Comics Day in the USA, and CBR brings you nearly 50 previews of books on sale now from DC, WildStorm, BOOM! Studios, Dynamite, Marvel, Top Cow, Image, IDW, Dark Horse and Vertigo.
Archie Comics editor Stephen Oswald talks to ROBOT 6 about the publisher's plans to bring Archie and the Riverdale gang to new media, including Appke's iPhone via iVerse Comics.
Back with a blazing new arc promising answers to long running series conflicts, Brett Mathews, the writer behind Dynamite's acclaimed Western, talks villains, one-shots and changing the Ranger forever.
The writer of “Uncanny X-Men,” Matt Fraction swings by X-POSITION to discuss transdimensional psychic necromancy, the white-hot flames of crisis and truth, and answer your questions! Plus exclusive art!
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "Black Panther" #6 by Reginald Hudlin and John Romita, Jr. & Klaus Janson, on sale July 27.
Emerald City ComiCon's Jim Demonakos and musician Kyle Stevens are Kirby Krackle, who make music with your favorite comics. CBR spoke with the band as they prepare to release a new single for free.
David Hine joins Phil Hester & Frazer Irving on "Days Missing" from Archaia & Roddenberry Productions. We spoke with Roddenberry's Trevor Roth and Archaia's Stephen Christy about the book.
The 2009 Harvey Awards Nominees have been announced with the release of the final ballot, presented by the Executive Committees of the Harvey Awards and the Baltimore Comic-Con.
CBR's James Hunt gives Marvel's "Uncanny X-Men" #512 four stars, saying writer Matt Fraction's efforts to build the X-Universe into something he can play with freely have come to fruition.
Image releases "Nocturnals: The Dark Forever and Other Tales," the second collected edition of Dan Brereton's "Nocturnals" series. Brereton spoke with CBR about the hardcover and his future plans for the Nocturnals.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you legendary artist John Romita, Sr.'s variant cover for the landmark 600th issue of "Amazing Spider-Man," available in stores this month.
Courtesy of BOOM! Studios, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale this week including the debut of "Finding Nemo," plus new issues of "Muppet Robin Hood," "Irredeemable," "Dead Run" and more.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "X-Factor" #46 by Peter David and Valentine De Landro with a cover by David Yardin, on sale July 15.
Artist Steve Ellis stops by CBR News to talk about “High Moon,” the Wild West werewolf webcomic that took Zuda's first trophy and is due for a trade paperback collection in October.
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.