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Last week, the Batman died. This week sees the release of another issue of "Batman." How does this post "R.I.P." story by Grant Morrison & Lee Garbett compare? Benjamin Birdie has the review.
Our Top Cow spotlight continues with Vice President of Editorial Rob Levin, who talks to CBR News about his history with the company, developing Pilot Season, editing "Madame Mirage," and what's next for the Cow.
With the hardcover of Radical's "Hercules: The Thracian Wars" in stores now, writer Steve Moore discusses the copious research that went into this original take on the mythical hero and previews the entire first issue.
“Nova” #19 saw the shocking resurrection of Richard Rider's former unit, the Nova Corps. CBR spoke with series writers Dan Abnett & Andy Lanning to find out what this means, and to preview pages from "Nova" #20!
December 6 is Fred Van Lente Day at Comics Should Be Good, and in honor of the occasion, we're hosting a live chat with the "Incredible Hercules" and "Marvel Zombies 3" writer. Head on over to Comics Should Be Good for all the details.
The creators of "Little Gloomy" re-imagine the Girl of Steel by focusing on school and supervillains. We speak with writer Landry Walker about "Supergirl: Cosmic Adventures in the Eighth Grade"
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR brings you first looks at "Astonishing X- Men: Ghost Boxes" #2 and "Captain Britain and MI:13" #9, both on sale next week in comics stores everywhere.
Dark Horse has released information and graphics for new comics and products on sale in March, 2009, including new issues of "Mister X," "Hellboy: The Wild Hunt," "Conan The Cimmerian," "B.P.R.D." and more.
Physicist, lawyer, psychologist, chemist, mathematician, millionaire, superhero. Michael Holt is the genius behind the JSA and Checkmate. Join CBR as we look at the many talents of Mr. Terrific.
It's new comics day in the U.S.A., and CBR brings you nearly forty previews of new comics on sale right now, including titles from DC Comics Marvel Comics and Dynamite Entertainment.
CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale from DC Comics and Wildstorm this Thursday including "Batman" #682, "JSA" #21, "Terror Titans" #3, "Trinity" #27, "The Authority" #5 and more.
Writer/artist Scott Christian Sava talks about his relationship with IDW Publishing and its push into bookstores, how his background in animation has helped his comics career, and the joys of "The Dreamland Chronicles."
CBR Reviewer Chad Nevett got an early look at "Secret Invasion" #8 and checks in with his review of the finale to Marvel's latest cross-over event. What's he think of Bendis & Yu's final issue? Come inside to find out.
Our Top Cow spotlight continues with Ron Marz and Phil Hester , who speak very candidly and in depth about writing the company's flagship titles, the comics industry and much more.
A crazed pimp, a few hitmen and a pregnant mob wife means Frank Castle isn’t in for a Silent Night in “Punisher MAX X-Mas Special." We spoke with writer Jason Aaron about the one-shot.
The longest-running Vertigo series sees an extra-sized 250th issue this month, featuring work by "Hellblazer" alumni and incoming writer Peter Milligan, who talks about his plans for dark anti-hero John Constantine.
The long awaited first issue of Kurt Busiek's "Marvels: Eye of the Camera" finally sees release tomorrow. Is it worth the wait? CBR Reviewer James Hunt takes a look and really likes what he read.
Dark Horse's "Star Wars: Dark Times" makes its long awaited return in the form of a free two-part story on MySpace Dark Horse Presents in advance of the print version's resumption in April.
Our WEEK OF TOP COW feature continues with an in-depth chat with Publisher Filip Sablik about his rise from marketing manager to head of the Cow's comics operation, online initiatives, Pilot Season, and more.
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR invites you to read the entire issue of "Elephantmen" #13. Written by Richard Starkings with art by Moritat, this issue is an ideal jumping-on point for readers curious about the unique series.
In this first of a two-part interview, Paul Dini talks about bringing DiniCartoons to Top Cow, this week’s “Jingle Belle” one-shot (with a six-page preview!) and bringing back Madame Mirage for a volume two.
In lieu of a full-on X-POSITION, we bring you this week an exclusive preview of "Wolverine: Switchback," the January one-shot featuring new stories by Joseph Clarke & Das Pastoras and Gregg Hurwitz & Juan Doe.
Cartoonist Matthew Loux discusses the latest installment of his all-ages Oni Press hit, "Salt Water Taffy," in which the teenage heroes Jack and Benny take "A Climb Up Mt. Barnabas." Plus a sixteen-page preview!
In advance of a chat with superstar comics writer and BOOM! Studios Editor-in- Chief, Comics Should Be Good is asking for your questions for Mark Waid. Get those questions in by December 9!
CBR News talks to Ken Marcus and Justin Bleep about Ape Entertainment’s “Super Human Resources,” a new humor comic that explores the corporate machine behind the world’s greatest super team.
Breaking late Monday evening, CBR News spoke with PJ Bickett, who has revealed he has stepped down as CEO of Devil's Due Publishing. Joshua Blaylock will step in on an interim basis.
CBR News has learned that Devil’s Due Publishing has let some employees go and is in the process of restructuring. DDP President Joshua Blaylock confirmed the news and spoke briefly with CBR. Updated
New work from C.B. Cebulski, Brian Reed, Jonathan Hickman, Daniel Merlin Goodbrey and Jeff Parker is coming with the second wave of digital-only comics at Marvel Digital Comics Unlimited.
In this first part of a week-long feature spotlighting Top Cow Productions, CBR News speaks with founder and artist Marc Silvestri about his company's beginnings and early successes, and where Top Cow is headed next.
The acclaimed artist behind “Abe Sapien: The Drowning,” Jason Shawn Alexander pulls his favorite westerns and horror films into play in the new Dynamite miniseries "Dead Irons," overseen by Art Director Jae Lee.
Tarot discovers an unknown link to the past and serious repercussions for the future in the latest “Trinity,” while we learn about Konvikt’s own past, just as Morgaine Le Fey and Enigma make him a powerful offer.
CBR Reviewer Greg McElhatton takes a look at "The Umbrella Academy: Dallas" #1 by Gerard Way and Gabriel Bá, which picks up right where the introductory miniseries left off, and it's as strange and excellent as always.
Marc Andreyko talks to CBR News about writing “The Ferryman," the Wildstorm miniseries developed by movie producer Joel Silver ("The Matrix," "Die Hard") about a dead cop who takes on the role of the mythical Charon.
Courtesy of Dynamite, CBR bring you advance looks at new comics on sale this week, including "The Boys" #25, "Xena Vs. Army of Darkness: What, Again?" #2 and the first hardcover collection of "Project Superpowers."
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale this Thursday including "X-Infernus" #1, "Hulk Family" #1, "Punisher Max: X-Mas Special," "She-Hulk: Cosmic Collision," and more.
Courtesy of Top Cow, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale this Thursday including "Broken Trinity: Witchblade," "The Darkness" #8 and "Jingle Belle: Santa Claus Vs. Frankenstein."
We conclude our Holiday Gift Guide feature with these staff recommendations for toys, statues, apparel and other assorted geek gear like t-shirts, garter belts, bottles, action figures, dresses and even furniture.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR brings you a six-page preview of next Wednesday's "Marvels: Eye of the Camera" #1, the long awaited sequel to "Marvels" by writer Kurt Busiek, Jay Anacleto and Brian Haberlin.
With the penultimate issue of Dark Horse’s “Vector” Star Wars crossover in stores this week, CBR News spoke with industry veteran John Ostrander about the events of “Legacy” #30 and the event's coming conclusion.
Did Marvel's Black Panther superhero predate America's Black Panther Party?
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