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Comics Should Be Good's cartooning teacher Greg Hatcher publishes letters between himself and a student who's discovering the X-Men comics for the very first time. In this second installment, Greg's pupil reaches the 1990s.
Celebrated cartoonist David Rees talks to CBR News about ending his popular comics strip “Get Your War On” as President Bush administration's comes to an end, a promise the cartoonist made years ago.
Classic heroes, new villains and time-hopping action take center stage in Phil Hester & Carlos Paul's revision of the Golden Age heroine Miss Masque in Dynamite's "Masquerade." We spoke with the writer about the project.
Courtesy of IDW, CBR brings you an exclusive ten-page preview of this week's "G.I. Joe" #1 by Chuck Dixon and Robert Atkins, with covers by Dave Johnson, Gabriele Dell’Otto, Mel Rubi and Ron Frenz.
Harvey Pekar talks to CBR News about "Leave Me Alone!" - the new "jazz opera" that will be performed for one night only in Ohio. But fear not, you can watch it live online, and we've got an audio excerpt featuring Robert Crumb!
In our latest look at Marvel's ongoing Dark Reign saga, CBR speaks with “Agents of Atlas” writer Jeff Parker to find out what the villainous Norman Osborn wants from the fan-fave heroes in their new ongoing series begins.
CBR News talks to writer Joe Hill about the second chapter of IDW’s “Locke & Key,” what the demon called Dodge has in store for the Locke family, and the future of the franchise.
Courtesy of Dynamite Entertainment, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale this week including "The Death Defying 'Devil" #2 and "Battlestar Galactica: The Cylon War" #1.
Diamond Comics Distributors has revealed the Top Comics and Graphic Novels for 2008. Marvel Comics led all publishers and dominated the comics sales charts, while DC Comics dominated the graphic novel list.
Looking at last week’s “Trinity,” Justin and Brian check in with the goddess Dinanna Truthqueen, and also discuss what it means to be a hero when what you’re fighting for leads inevitably to your own destruction.
"Frank Frazetta's Dark Kingdom" writer Mark Kidwell and newcomer illustrator John Cboins talk about their March-shipping one-shot, "Frank Frazetta's Freedom," the first western from the best-selling Frazetta line.
In an editorial on the Web site Big Hollywood, acclaimed comics writer Bill Willingham says he's had enough of "superhero decadence" and says the superhero genre should have "higher standards, loftier ideals."
Courtesy of Top Cow Productions, CBR brings you an advance look at "Witchblade" #123 by writer Ron Marz and artist Stjepan Sejic, on sale next week in finer comics stores everywhere.
ROBOT 6' returns with your weekly dose of rivia and cursory analysis of DC Comics' "Trinity." The grim specter of death haunts this week’s issue, as we look at characters who have died, might die, and should be dead.
Studio 407 formed two years ago with one foot in Asia and the other in the US. We chatted with Managing Director Alex Leung about the young publisher's plans for 2009.
This week Carr D’Angelo & Atom! Freeman are joined by Cal State Northridge's associate professor of English, Charles Hatfield, as they analyze chapter 4 of "Watchmen" in anticipation of the upcoming movie adaptation.
In response to national media attention and concerns over availability, Marvel has gone back to press on "Amazing Spider-Man" #583, guest-starring Barack Obama, and CBR has the Diamond order code and variant cover!
CBR talks with “Thunderbolts” writer Andy Diggle about what readers can expect now that the team has become Norman Osborn's clandestine kill-squad, and we also preview exclusive artwork by Roberto De la Torre!
Joe Casey, a writer with a foot in the mainstream and the creator-owned world, discusses with Duncan Rouleau maintaining a creative balance and the return of his cult sci-fi series "Codeflesh."
Marvel Comics Editor-in-Chief Joe Quesada appeared on CNN’s “American Morning” on Friday to discuss “Amazing Spider-Man” #583, the upcoming issue featuring U.S. President Elect Barack Obama sharing a fist-pound.
This week, a very special SWIPE FILE, with the culprit being.... Jack Kirby!? Plus some shocking truths about Stan Lee and the Silver Surfer, and even more bizarre back-story behind Jughead Jones' idiosyncratic wardrobe.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR brings you an exclusive first look at Steve Epting's variant cover for "Avengers/Invaders" #8 by Jim Krueger & Alex Ross and Steve Sadowski, on sale January 28.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale next Wednesday including "X-Infernus" #2, "The Wonderful Wizard of Oz" #2, "Punisher: War Zone" #5, "X-Men/Spider-Man" #3 & more.
In this exclusive first interview about “World of New Krypton,” writer Andrew Kreisberg gives CBR the guided tour of his upcoming 12-part Superman miniseries and reveals he’s joined FOX’s smash genre hit “Fringe.”
His brother is dead, and in a stunning, Fleischer-esque world of darkness and deception, he will see justice done. Oh, and he’s an aardvark. Creators Grant Bond & Dara Naraghi talk to CBR about "Archibald Chases the Dragon."
Writers Johnny Zito and Tony Trov talk to ROBOT 6 about their buzzy web series "The Black Cherry Bombshells" heading to the printed page, but not before a new season premieres at Zuda.
With "Wizzywig Vol. 2: Hackers" on sale now, we spoke with creator Ed Piskor about adventures in hacking computers and BBSes in the 1980s and what's in store for Kevin “Boingthump” Phenicle.
Comics Should Be Good has and will be listing every day in 2009 a different cool comic book moment from throughout comics history. Catch up with the first week of the new year and check back every day for more.
CBR News caught up with writer/artist Sergeant Richard Meyer to discuss "No Enemy, But Peace," a new comic book based on the true story of a U.S. Marine serving in Iraq.
CBR's new blog ROBOT 6 takes a look at the just released panel schedule for February's New York Comic Con, giving you the highlights, oddities and what not to go to.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR brings you an exclusive first look at "Captain Britain and MI:13" #9, written by Paul Cornell with art by Leonard Kirk and a cover by Stuart Immonen.
We continue our conversations with the Dark Horse editors with Tim Ervin, editor of such manga titles as “Lone Wolf and Cub,” “Gantz,” "Appleseed," and webcomic collections like "Megatokyo" and "Basic Instructions."
USA Today is reporting that next week’s issue of “Amazing Spider-Man” will feature President Elect Barack Obama being saved by the web-slinger with artist Phil Jimenez providing an Obama variant cover.
A printing error has resulted in the contents of next week's "X-Men/Spider-Man" #3 being transposed with that of this week's "X-Men: Manifest Destiny" #5. Fixed versions will go on sale next week. UPDATED
"Jersey Gods" creators Glen Brunswick and COMIC BOOK IDOL's Dan McDaid talk their new sci fi rom-com series, which comes with covers by Mike Allred and Darwyn Cooke and praise from Mark Waid and Kurt Busiek.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR brings you an exclusive first look at "Deadpool" #6. Written by Daniel Way with artwork by Paco Medina and a cover by Jason Pearson, this issue goes on sale next week.
CBR speaks with IDW publisher Chris Ryall about his most recent foray into writing with “Groom Lake,” a new miniseries about UFOs, a cigarette smoking alien and government intrigue featuring artwork by Ben Templesmith.
"Top Ten" illustrators Zander and Kevin Cannon tackle a particularly difficult subject in their new Mark Schultz-written graphic novel, "The Stuff of Life: A Graphic Guide to Genetics and DNA."
BOOM! Studios Marketing Director Chip Mosher talks to ROBOT 6 about the publisher's buzzy new book "Hexed" being released for free on MySpace Comic Books, as well as "Farscape," the Muppets comics and more.
CBR News speaks with "World War 3" cartoonist Sabrina Jones about her new graphic biography about the life and times of early 20th century dance and feminist icon Isadora Duncan.