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The Daily Bugle has contradicted earlier reports that Stephen Colbert won the U.S. Presidency in the Marvel Universe, and has announced Barack Obama as the victor. "Oops, our bad," says Marvel's Joe Quesada.
CBR checks in with “Robin” and “Nightwing” writers Fabian Nicieza and Peter Tomasi respectively, about what the end of the titles means to Bruce Wayne’s two most famous proteges, Tim Drake and Dick Grayson.
The Daily Bugle is reporting longshot candidate Stephen Colbert defeated Senators Barack Obama and John McCain to win the U.S. Presidency in the Marvel Universe.
Celebrated creator Darwyn Cooke ("DC: The New Frontier," "The Spirit") talks to CBR TV about his upcoming comic book adaptations of the highly regarded "Parker" novels by Donald Westlake and why the project is such a personal one for him.
Comics Should Be Good presents a handy archive of its month-long coverage of comic books focusing on the lesbian/gay/bisexual/ transgender communities, including titles like "Tales of the Closet" and "Juicy Mother."
Behind comics vet Rob Liefeld are capes, tights and impossibly big guns. Ahead of him are geo-political machinations and nothing less than the End Times in "Armageddon Now." We spoke with Liefeld about the project.
With “Ultimatum” #1 promising huge change for the Ultimate Universe, CBR sat down with former Marvel President Bill Jemas and Marvel EiC Joe Quesada for an exclusive interview about the beginnings of the Ultimate line.
"Cable" writer Duane Swierczynski answers your questions about time- travel, the Messiah baby, and Cable joining the AARP in this week's all-new X- POSITION, including previews of issues #9 and #10.
CBR News checks in with the Comics Industry for... Obama! campaign to learn more about their election activities with Rock The Vote and discovers MySpace phenom Siya now has more friends than the Olsen Twins’ TV dad.
With Top Cow's vampire epic "Impaler" trade paperback hitting stands this week, co-creator William Harms lists his all-time favorite undead characters, including some surprises.
Courtesy of Devil's Due, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale this week including "The Odd Squad" #3 and "Dragonlance: Legends - Time of the Twins" #3.
Just in time for this month's releases of Dark Horse's “Umbrella Academy: Dallas” #1 by Gerard Way and Gabriel Bá, CBR speaks with Bá about his approach to drawing the series, examininghis process through layouts, line art, and final coloring.
It's Election Day in the USA! Voting is the most important civil right a citizen can exercise, and CBR encourages everyone eligible to go vote for the candidates and ballot measures you support. Need help? We've got some links.
December's “NYX: No Way Home” #4 reintroduces fan-favorite X-Men character Dr. Cecilia Reyes. CBR News spoke with writer Marjorie Liu about the issue and the character.
Celebrated illustrator Lee Bermejo chats with CBR News about his latest collaboration with Brian Azzarello, the new "Joker" graphic novel. The artist also reveals he’s not leaving Gotham just yet.
Courtesy of Dynamite Entertainment, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale this week in finer comics stores everywhere, including "Black Terror" #1 and "Jungle Girl Season 2" #1.
We return to ancient Egypt in this week’s “Trinity,” where Prince Khufu’s visions of the future, a future now changed, may hold the key to saving the world, but is the world soul itself trying to change things back?
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "Ultimatum" #1 by writer Jeph Loeb and artists David Finch & Danny Miki, on sale this week in comics stores everywhere.
"Proof," "Oz: The Manga" and "ShadowHawk" are just some of the titles available now on the iPhone. CBR tested out the iVerse Comics Reader and spoke to founder Michael Murphey about the product and titles.
The CBR Reviews team was quite busy this past week, taking a look at a large number of different books and graphic novels. Plus, we’ve added a new member to the team — Chad Nevett. Read on to learn more about what they’ve been reading.
CBR Reviewer Timothy Callahan checks in with a review of one of last week's big releases, "Joker," the DC Comics original graphic novel by writer Brian Azzarello and artist Lee Bermejo.
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "The Walking Dead" #54 by Robert Kirkman and artists Charlie Adlard & Cliff Rathburn, on sale next week.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "Cable" #10 by writer Duane Swierczynski and artist Ariel Olivetti, on sale in January.
Fan-favorite "Alison Dare" and "Teen Titans Go!" writer J. Torres gives CBR readers an exclusive premiere of the trailer for "Dead Goombas," his new Oni Press series with artist Andy B.
While Jim Shooter stands by his remarks about his departure from DC Comics, he said his comments about “Legion” artist Francis Manapul may have come off more “harshly than intended.”
With the U.S. Presidential Election in its final days, CBR presents a gallery not of traditional political cartoons, but rather creative and humorous political expressions unique to the comic book and internet cultures.
CBR News talks to Warren Ellis, Paul Duffield and Avatar's William Christensen about the first print collection of the team's free weekly webcomic, “FreakAngels,” and what’s in store for readers in Book 2.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR brings you an exclusive first look at Frank Cho's variant cover of "Hulk" #8. Written by Jeph Loeb and illustrated by Art Adams, the issue goes on sale November 26.
Was Marlon Wayans paid to not appear as Robin in "Batman Returns" and "Batman Forever?" Who is the mysterious Black Bat, and what did Batman borrow from him? Plus Steve Englehart in this Batman-themed edition.
Legendary Spawn creator Todd McFarlane talks exclusively with CBR TV about his long-awaited return to the Image Comics flagship title with this week's "Spawn" #185, and hypes the upcoming 200th issue.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale next Wednesday including "Cable" #8, "Iron Man: The End" #1, "Marvel Zombies 3" #2, "Wolverine: Chop Shop," "X-Men/Spider-Man" #1 and more.
Fan favorite writer J. Michael Straczynski confirms The Shield, The Fly and Black Hood will be the first three Archie Comics superheroes folded into the DCU fabric in the pages of “The Brave and The Bold.”
After years of working in retail, cartoonist Norm Feuti has turned his experience -- funny and sad, bizarre and pathetic -- into the newspaper and webcomics strip "Retail."
CBR reviewer Greg McElhatton looks at "Hellboy: In The Chapel of Moloch," which sees creator Mike Mignola return to drawing Hellboy for this one-shot story, and says it's everything you'd expect from the comic. (That's a good thing.)
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "Invincible Iron Man" #7 by Matt Fraction and Salvador Larroca. On sale November 7, this issue guest-stars Spider-Man!
Five years after its European kick off, John Cassaday and writer Fabien Nury's World War II vampire thriller from Humanoids sees a full U.S. release starting next January courtesy of Devil's Due.
Following news that DC's “Legion of Super-Heroes” will end with #50, writer Jim Shooter confirms he was fired from the book twice and shares what could have been for the title, including the introduction of a new Kryptonian.
Todd McFarlane returns to guide his most famous creation as co-writer and inker, promising he and artist Whilce Portacio will deliver big stories and bigger changes beginning in this week's "Spawn" #185.
Creator Tim Seeley talks about the the delay with this week's Re-Animator crossover, his character's guest appearances in two other indie comics, the Scream Awards, and the latest developments on the Hack/Slash movie.
“The Cleaners” have the dirty job of tidying up after grisly crime scenes. But the stars of the new Dark Horse series by Wheaton, Fialkov and Ekedal are driven to use their talents to solve unsolvable crimes.