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BOOM! Studios has provided CBR with advance looks at new comics on sale next week, May 13, 2009, including Mark Waid's "Unknown" #1, "Unthinkable" #1 and the "Potters Field" hardcover, featuring a foreword by Greg Rucka.
This week, Trinity #49 concerns itself pretty much with one plot point; and with Krona trapped and Morgaine and Despero on the ropes, the issue turns out to be a rather pivotal one.
Acclaimed French cartoonist Emmanuel Guibert comes to North America and tells the story behind the award-winning 'Alan's War' while on the road to this weekend's Toronto Comics Art Festival!
Our discussion continues with Matt Fraction about the Dark Avengers' roles in the "Utopia” crossover with "Uncanny X-Men," this time with a look at the team's hungriest member, Venom.
Christ Mautner says the new chapter of Moore & O'Neil's latest "League" saga relies heavily on Brecht, so "the uninitiated will definitely feel a palpable sense of being left out of some of the fun."
Zenescope Entertainment's Raven Gregory sits down with CBR News to discuss his brand-new "Tales From Wonderland" series, set to focus on the Cheshire Cat, the Red Queen and other Wonderland denizens.
In this fourth installment of an exclusive multi-part interview, William Shatner, the legendary star of the original “Star Trek,” talks to CBR TV about his passion for horse-riding.
Dark Horse has released images and solicitations for new comics and products on sale in August, including new issues of "Hellboy: The Wild Hunt," "Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Season Eight," "Rex Mundi" and much more.
What is DC Comics' link to David Milch's "Deadwood," whatever happened to that Human Torch TV show were were promised, and did the Linda Carter show's storylines trump those of the 1970s "Wonder Woman" comic?
Eisner Award-winning creator David Lapham may be bringing an end to his critically acclaimed “Young Liars,” but he’s got a new series coming from WildStorm to fill the void. We spoke with him about "Sparta, USA."
Disney’s Studio Fountain and Soda Store carry BOOM! Kids comics! A man gets seven years in prison for Spider-Man theft! Belgium needs a few good writers! Plus, the U.S. Naval Academy turns to comics as a recruitment tool!
CBR Reviews looked at DC's Free Comic Book Day offering, and we now turn our focus to Marvel's free "Avengers" special by Brian Michael Bendis and Jim Cheung & Mark Morales.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale next Wednesday including "Dark Reign: Hawkeye" #2, "Deadpool: Suicide Kings" #2, "Savage She-Hulk" #2, "War of Kings: Ascension" #2 and more.
In this third installment of an exclusive multi-part interview, William Shatner, the legendary star of the original “Star Trek,” talks to CBR TV about his increasingly pessimistic outlook on the future.
The latest issue of Diamond's "Previews" catalogue incorrectly lists SLG's "Strange Eggs Jumps the Shark" as "Kid-Friendly" when it is not. ROBOT 6 has the details.
In“Dark Reign: Mister Negative,” Spidey finds himself caught in a gang war between the enigmatic title character and the demonic crime lord, the Hood. We spoke with Fred Van Lente about the book.
Courtesy of Top Cow, CBR brings you an exclusive first look at Admira Wijaya designs for "Witchblade/Angelus/The Darkness: Blood in the Sands," a new one-shot on sale in June.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you an exclusive first look at "Ultimate Spider-Man" #132 by Brian Michael Bendis and Stuart Immonen & Wade Von Grawbadger, on sale next week.
The veteran writer and illustrator talks to CBR about his new projects, returning to "Xenozoic Tales," writing Namor and Prince Valiant, the influence of Al Williamson, and rethinking his artistic approach from the ground up.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "Secret Warriors" #4 by Brian Michael Bendis & Jonathan Hickman and Stefano Caselli with a cover by Jim Cheung, on sale next week.
Jerry Robinson reflects on The Joker and the early years of the industry! More on the return of "King City"! Previews of this weekend's Toronto Comic Arts Festival! Plus, the best -- and worst -- of 40 years of "Star Trek" comics!
A "Nerd Machine," Jeff Katz's American Original is a new entertainment company that will provide content across multiple platforms geared to genre consumers as well as provide services to genre creators themselves.
In this second installment of an exclusive multi-part interview, William Shatner, the legendary star of the original “Star Trek,” talks to CBR TV about his new line of comic books from Blue Water Productions.
Grant Morrison says his next project, "Multiversity," is bigger than “Final Crisis.” What else would you expect from the man who's killed Batman, Darkseid, Martian Manhunter and an all-star version of Superman in the last 12 months?
With his new "Frankie Pickle" kids series debuting this week,"My Dead Girlfriend" creator Eric Wight reflects on pop culture comics, moving past superheroes, TOKYOPOP troubles and more.
Jason Rubin, creator of Aspen Comics' "Iron and the Maiden," calls the trademark-infringement lawsuit filed by heavy metal band Iron Maiden “outrageous” and “completely without merit.” ROBOT 6 has the details.
CBR presents a fascinating, in-depth chat with Sam Kieth about "My Inner Bimbo," the latest in his line of Trout Stories, and his take on the subconscious, symbolism, and what readers can expect from his next series.
Colorist Matt Hollingsworth updated the Current Comics Work page of his website, with one project listed as "The Punisher," starting with issue #75, “with Jason Aaron, Steve Dillon, Sebastian Girner and Axel Alonso.”
In two June one-shots, writer Brian Reed expands his four-issue “Timestorm 2009-2099” saga by looking at the legacies of Spider-Man and Wolverine. CBR News spoke with him about the books.
The proprietor of Arizona's Atomic Comics, Mike Malve shares with CBR a detailed report of his stores' fierce embrace of Free Comic Book Day with Geoff Johns and Sterling Gates.
Still more about Diamond and "Warlord of Io"! Archaia Studios Press changes its name (a little)! Kodansha USA's first titles are spotted! Julian Lopez takes over as artist on "Action Comics"! Plus, President Obama battles zombies!
It's New Comics Day in the USA, and CBR brings you more than forty previews of new books on sale now from DC Comics, Aspen, Radical, Dynamite, Image, BOOM! Studios, IDW, and Marvel.
Legendary X-Men writer Chris Claremont answers your questions about “X-Men Forever,” the new series where he brings the team kicking (and occasionally screaming) into the 21st century.
Courtesy of Aspen Comics, CBR brings you exclusive previews of "Soulfire" #9 and "Soulfire: New World Order" #1, both featuring covers by Michael Turner and both on sale this week in finer comics stores.
Courtesy of Radical, CBR brings you an advance look at "Shrapnel:Aristeia Rising" #5, created by Mark Long & Nick Sagan, written by M. Zachary Sherman with art by Bagus Hutomo, and on sale this week.
CBR's Doug Zawisza gives DC's "Blackest Night" #0 a rare five-star review, saying of the Geoff Johns book, "As far as free comics go, I seriously doubt they get much better than this."
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "Ms. Marvel" #39 by Brian Reed and Sana Takeda, a Dark Reign tie-in on sale May 27.
Comics Should Be Good's Brian Cronin just wrapped up his A Month of Self- Published Comics feature, spotlighting and reviewing those most independent of indies. Check 'em out!
Marvel has created a new 16-page story teaming Eminem with The Punisher. The piece appears in the June issue of "XXL" magazine and right now on Marvel Digital Comics Unlimited.
On sale now is "Enemies & Allies," a new novel by Kevin J. Anderson that sees the first meeting between Batman and Superman against a 1950s Cold War setting. The writer talks to ROBOT 6 about the book.