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Rich Koslowski’s 3 Geeks are back and obsessed with grading comics. CBR spoke with the author about "Slab Madness," which pits Keith, Allen and Jim against a mysterious cult called the Cee Gee Cee.
In this week's “Amazing Spider-Man” #580, veteran Spidey scribe Roger Stern returns to the character after an eight-year absence. We talk with Stern about the issue, how it feels to be back, and what's next.
IDW counts down to 2009's "Star Trek" re-launch with a four-issue miniseries tying the Next Generation to J.J. Abrams' new/old era. Writers Roberto Orci, Mike Johnson and Tim Jones talk to CBR about "Star Trek: Countdown."
CBR talks to writer Rick Remender about “Gigantic,” the new Eric Nguyen-drawn series from Dark Horse that puts the planet Earth at the mercy of giant robots in a ratings war with millions of other reality TV channels.
December 6 was Fred Van Lente Day at Comics Should Be Good, and the writer chatted with fans about his work on "Action Philosophers," "The Incredible Hercules" and "Wolverine: First Class" and more.
Erik Larsen opens his long-running "Savage Dragon" series to new readers with a return to his roots and a guest-starring role for the Golden Age Daredevil on Free Comic Book Day.
Writer Garth Ennis and artist Steve Dillon are once again tackling the world of Frank Castle in "Punisher: War Zone" #1, in stores today. Does this debut live up to the previous series? Chad Nevett has the review.
Larry Marder returns to his popular and quirky creations in the “Beanworld Holiday Special,” coming this month from Dark Horse. CBR caught up with Marder to discuss the special, the series' long hiatus and what's next.
It's new comics day in the USA, and CBR brings you nearly fifty previews of new books on sale from DC Comics, Marvel, Image, Dynamite, IDW, Vertigo, Wildstorm and BOOM! Studios.
Image Comic & Comicraft have provided CBR News with an exclusive preview of "Elephantmen" #14, by Starkings, Churchill and Cook, in fine comic shops everywhere today.
The FCBD 2009 offerings from Gold Sponsors have been announced and fans will get their chance to pick up free comics featuring Pixar's "Cars," Green Lantern, The Avengers and more.
After almost 10 years writing the team's adventures, Geoff Johns has announced he'll be leaving "Justice Society of America" with April's issue #26. Johns explained why he's leaving and what the team's meant to him.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR brings you an exclusive first look at "Incognito" #1, the debut issue of the new ICON series by the "Criminal" team of writer Ed Brubaker and artist Sean Phillips, on sale in January.
Courtesy of Oni Press, CBR brings you an advance look at "Courtney Crumin & Prince of Nowhere." Written and illustrated by Ted Naifeh, this book goes on sale this week.
CBR News talks to long-time Transformers writer Simon Furman about IDW Publishing's “Maximum Dinobots,” which pits the titular robots about Scorponok and his Headmaster army.
CBR Reviewer James Hunt takes a look at "Phonogram: The Singles Club" #1, the sequel to the indie hit by Kieron Gillen & Jamie McKelvie, saying the issue "represents a huge leap forward" for its creators.
CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale from DC Comics and Vertigo this Wednesday including "Justice League of America" #27, "100 Bullets" #98, "Secret Six" #4, "Green Lantern Corps" #31 and more.
Writer C.B. Cebulski answers your questions about “X-Infernus,” demons, and Cebulski-related rumors. Plus a guest appearance by "X-Infernus" artist Giuseppe Camuncoli and exclusive art you won’t see anywhere else!
With "Batman R.I.P." concluded and "The Dark Knight" available on DVD now, CBR presents a new series spotlighting the history of the Batman and the creators that made the character a part of the pop culture landscape.
Courtesy of Aspen Comics, CBR brings you an advance look at "Fathom" #4. Written by J.T. Krul with artwork and four covers by Ale Garza & Sal Regla, this issue goes on sale this week in finer comics stores everywhere.
CBR News talks to “The Darkness” writer Phil Hester about “Lodbrok’s Hand,” a one-shot fantasy tale of a Viking-era Darkness wielder, tailor-made for artist Michael Avon Oeming.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR brings you an exclusive first look at Jo Chen's cover artwork for "New Avengers: The Reunion" #1 by Jim McCann and David Lopez, on sale in March, 2009.
CBR Reviewer Timothy Callahan takes a look at Vertigo's new "Haunted Tank" by writer Frank Marraffino and artist Henry Flint, giving the book four stars and saying "This ain't your grandaddy's Haunted Tank."
CBR talks to Top Cow Publisher Filip Sablik about the company’s plans for 2009, including a fixed $2.99 cover price, a the return of fan-favorites Cyberforce and Hunter-Killer, a cohesive universe and much more.
Steven Grant talks about “What If? Spider-Man: Back in Black,” in which he and artist Gus Vazquez depict what might have happened if Spidey's wife Mary Jane was shot instead of Aunt May.
While the JSI does battle, the Troika completes their evil union. But what does that mean for the being known as Konvikt? We examine last week’s “Trinity,” which also reintroduces Morgaine’s minions, The Dreambound.
CBR Reviewer Greg McElhatton takes a look at Mike Mignola and Duncan Fregredo's first issue of "Hellboy: The Wild Hunt," saying the hotly anticipated new storyline is "...even better than 'Hellboy: Darkness Calls.'"
In this first in a series of spotlights on the titles of Wildstorm, Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning dive into the post-apocalyptic superhero universe by breaking its greatest team in two. The writers talk with CBR about "The Authority."
Courtesy of Dynamite, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale this week including "The Lone Ranger" #16, "Army of Darkness" #15, "New Battlestar Galactica; Ghosts" #3, "Man With No Name" #6 and more.
In this final installment, "Punisher: War Zone" star Ray Stevenson discusses body counts in the film, his favorite way of dispatching a villian and just how violent the film actually is.
It was another busy week for the CBR Reviews team, with a handful of high profile release, a number of highly rated comics, plus one receiving the coveted five star review. Which book received that high honor? Read on to find out.
Writer Fred Van Lente and artist Gurihiru are doing a Wolverine one-shot comic to be given out for free on Free Comic Book Day, 2008! We've got your exclusive first look at the cover by Ed McGuinness!
Out of ten possible choices, we want to know which comics writer you think had the biggest impact on the comics industry in 2008? Let your voice be heard in the CBR Poll today!
Courtesy of Image, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale next week including "I Kill Giants" #6, "Invincible" #56, "PX! Book 2: In the Service of the Queen," "Savage Dragon" #142 and more.
We spoke with editor Eric Stephenson about Image's third music-inspired anthology, based on the work of indie group Spearmint, featuring stories by Chynna Clugston-Flores, Jamie S. Rich, Jamie McKelvie, Kieron Gillen and more.
In this final edition, Top Cow President Matt Hawkins speaks extremely candidly about the Cow's history as a business, past associates, and the company's endeavors in film, video games and other media.
In this week's edition, learn the shocking secret origin of Fantastic Four mailman Willie Lumpkin, the musical inspiration for Neil Gaiman's Sandman, and who exactly owns the Transformers character Circuit Breaker.
Writer Mick Harrison talks about the return of his and Doug Wheatley's “Dark Times,” how he landed on the name of the arc -- "Blue Harvest" -- and what’s next for Darth Vader in the expanded Star Wars universe.
Frank Castle is a natural born warrior. His battlefield is the streets. With “Punisher: War Zone” in theaters now, CBR examines The Punisher’s one-man war on crime from his first appearance through today.
The Invasion is over and the Dark Reign begins! Marvel Comics has released solicitations and cover images, previously classified, for "Dark Reign" related comics coming out later this month and through February, 2009.