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With the second printing of sold out #1 as well as the new issue #2 in stores today, CBR News gives readers a "Death Dealer" primer featuring a full half of the first issue.
Author Kerri Hawkins delves deeper into the origin of The Darkness in "The Darkness Volume 1 Novel," the first of Top Cow's new line of prose novels.
This month, all bets are off as Wildcat sets out to take down an underground superhuman betting ring in "JSA Classified" #26-27. We spoke with writer Frank Tieri about the story.
DC Comics has at last revealed the J.G. Jones cover to the first volume of the "52" trade paperback series.
Doug TenNapel is back and he's brought the mafia, strippers, and a corpse – don't tell mom!
Courtesy of Dynamite Entertainment, we've got a ton of previews of their hottest new issues featuring Red Sonja, Battlestar Galactica, Highlander and Painkiller Jane!
Deadpool's summer will be busy in both "Cable & Deadpool" by Fabian Nicieza and the one-shot "Deadpool/GLI-Summer Fun," co-written with Dan Slott. We spoke with Nicieza about the books.
Moon Knight's brutal crusade against crime takes him to the darkest corners of the Marvel U. We spoke with artist Mico Suayan and took a look at next week's issue #10.
Oni Press' post-apocalyptic epic continues this week with "Wasteland" #9 by Antony Johnston and Christopher Mitten, and CBR has an advance look.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, we've got a full color look at new issues of "Uncanny X-Men" and "The Incredible Hulk."
"The Plain Janes," the first offering from DC Comics' new teens/young adult imprint Minx, ships to comics and bookstores everywhere this week and is already earning critical acclaim.
The 2007 Eagle Awards were presented at the Bristol Comics Expo Saturday night in England and we've got the winners.
This Summer, Aspen will publish "Iron and the Maiden" by Jason Rubin and Francis Manapul. We've got the details and an exclusive look at Michael Turner's cover.
Captain America may be dead but his ongoing series is continuing. CBR News spoke with "Captain America" writer Ed Brubaker about the book.
The mayhem continues in "The Darkness" video game tie-in comics and we have a preview of "Darkness: Level 4" by Paul Jenkins, David Wohl and Patrick Blaine.
It's finally here, the conclusion to the second volume of "The Ultimates." Marvel's provided CBR News with a first look at pages from "Ultimates 2" #13, out this Wednesday.
We begin our weekly look at DC's latest weekly series, "Countdown," as Justin Eger and Brian Eason are back to tackle each issue from beginning to end.
Robert continues his conversation with Mark Waid, this time focusing on "Brave and the Bold," "Supergirl & the Legion of Superheroes" any why describing a comic as "fun" could mean the death of a book.
Marvel Comics has provided CBR News with a fully lettered advance look at one of their most anticipated new issues shipping next week, "Mighty Avengers" #3.
Was Captain America once headed to Broadway? What "Youngblood" character was originally intended for "New Mutants?" What's the story behind the Justice Guild?
Mike Hawthorne, the artist behind Vertigo's "The Un-men" and the creator of "Hysteria," invited CBR News into his home studio for a look at where his creative process takes place.
CBR News and MySpace Comic Books are proud to bring you an exclusive preview of "Left on Mission" #1, a spy/thriller set for release from Boom! Studios next Wednesday.
Marvel has provided CBR News with a look at the cover to the August shipping "Nova" #5 -- who has apparently gone from dude to chick. What?
Inker Drew Geraci stops by the CSBG blog to take you on a road trip around North America to show you how an issue of "Gen13" gets made, from California to Florida and Oregon to Mexico.
Top Cow has released a first look at the triple gatefold panoramic cover to "First Born" #1 by Stjepan Sejic, part of their highly anticipated summer event.
CBR News sat down with writer/director Tim Sullivan to talk about the future of the "2001 Maniacs" franchise in comics with Avatar's "2001 Maniacs Special" #1 and the upcoming film sequel, "2001 Maniacs: Beverly Hellbillies."
It's time for super-crime this July, as the cast of "Super-Villain Team-Up/M.O.D.O.K's 11" unite to pull off the perfect heist. Writer Fred Van Lente told us about the mini-series.
With every copy sold out in just six hours, "Frank Frazetta's Death Dealer" has become Image Comics' best selling title. We spoke with writer Joshua Ortega about the phenomenon and what fans can expect next.
Acclaimed artist Sean Phillips talks about his two projects in stores this week: "Marvel Zombies: Dead Days" and his collaborative art book with Duncan Fegredo, "Intersections."
With big developments in store for Black Canary shortly, Brian Eason looks back at one of the most dynamic female characters in the DCU and he oft times dark past.
Eisner Award winning creator Darwyn Cooke is breathing new life into The Spirit, a creation of the legend Will Eisner himself. According to Cooke, characterization rules the day.
Writer Louise Simonson talks with CBR News about "Magik," the first chapter of Marvel's "Mystic Arcana," featuring an untold tale of Colossus' late sister, Illyana Rasputin.
We've got previews of some of Marvel's hottest titles shipping this week. Check out new issues of "Punisher War Journal," "Black Panther," "New Avengers" and "Thunderbolts!"
The first "Criminal" collection hits stores this week, so CBR News spoke with writer Ed Brubaker about the book and what readers can expect from the next arc, "Lawless."
Entertainment Weekly's former comics evangelist Marc Bernardin turns from writing about comics to writing comics with Wildstorm's "The Highwaymen."
Dark Horse Comics has released solicitation information and images for comics and product shipping in August, 2007.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, we've got full color previews of some of this week's hottest new issues including "New X-Men" #38 and "Immortal Iron Fist" #5.
This past Saturday, Remy Minnick traveled around Los Angeles to four different comic shops to see what each had to offer for Free Comic Book Day.
CBR News spoke with Marvel Sr. VP of Sales David Gabriel about their "Marvel Illustrated" line, all ages comic adaptations of classic literature in the vein of "Classics Illustrated." Plus, a huge sampler gallery.
We've got previews of "DMZ" #18 and #19, courtesy of creator Brian Wood. Beginning the "Friendly Fire" storyline, these issues offer new readers the perfect place to jump on to the acclaimed Vertigo series.