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Labeled "a behemoth" by its contributors, Buenaventura Press's 16-by-21-inch anthology "Kramers Ergot 7" goes on sale next month for $125. The creators and publisher discussed the book at SPX, and CBR was there.
Do you want to attend the Spike TV Scream Awards, the only televised awards show honoring comic books and genre fiction? Comic-Con International is giving you the chance.
Dark Horse has released solicitations for new comics and products on sale in November, 2008, including new issues of "Buffy," "Hellboy: The Wild Hunt," "Mister X," and a new printing of "Grendel: Devil's Reign."
Marvel has provided CBR with an exclusive first look at the latest Ed McGuinness teaser image in advance of Jeph Loeb and David Finch's "Ultimatum." The new graphic depicts Yellowjacket.
CBR News speaks with “Scalped” writer Jason Aaron about his new arc, “Gravel in Your Guts,” as well as the writer's future plans for the Eisner-nominated Native American crime saga from Vertigo.
Learn the truth behind Marvel's last minute "Frankensteining" of a New Mutants story that originally depicted the ostracism and consequent suicide of a gay mutant teenager to something with a relatively happy ending.
After years of waiting, Jimmy Palmiotti, Justin Gray and Amanda Connor unleash their reinvented Titan in November's "Terra" miniseries, while gearing up for an ongoing Power Girl follow through. We spoke about both projects.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale next Wednesday including "Astonishing X-Men" #27, "Mighty Avengers" #19, "Uncanny X-Men" #503, "Moon Knight" #23 and more.
Midway has announced details about the Kollector's Edition of "Mortal Kombat Vs. DC Universe," including artwork by Alex Ross. The developer has also released a video documenting Ross' work.
Aspen Comics Edtor-in-Chief Vince Hernandez sat down with CBR to discuss the future of the company following the untimely passing of Michael Turner, and to preview excusive artwork from upcoming projects.
Marvel has provided CBR with an exclusive first look at the latest teaser image in advance of Jeph Loeb and David Finch's "Ultimatum." The new graphic is illustrated by Ed McGuinness.
On sale now is Dark Horse's collection of "Basic Instructions" by Scott Meyer, who we spoke with about the popular strip and his exclusive comics-themed strip appearing here on CBR.
Though he can't reveal the team's post-Secret Invasion roster, writer Dan Slott tells CBR News what he can about his and artist Khoi Pham's eagerly anticipated run on Marvel's "Mighty Avengers."
We continue our profile series of The Mates with David Tischman, the writer of Vertigo’s new anarchic superhero book, “Greatest Hits.” This week, meet the coke-fueled mutant speedster known as Zipper!
The superstar writer behind "Ultimates 3" and "Hulk" joins the gang for a special issue in December that brings a particularly animated Buffy back to Season One. CBR spoke with Loeb about "Buffy" #20.
Marvel Comics has provided CBR News with an exclusive first look at the climactic final issue of "Ultimate Origins" by writer Brian Michael Bendis and illustrator Butch Guice, on sale next week.
Legendary Batman artist Graham Nolan talks to CBR about his career in newspaper strips with "Rex Morgan, M.D." and "The Phantom," and his long awaited return to superheroes.
The NY Daily News may have spoiled the issue, but that doesn't take anything away from the story in "Action Comics" #870. CBR Reviewer Doug Zawisza takes a look. More Reviews.
CBR News visited the set of the popular TV show and spoke to the producers and cast members about episode four of “Volume Three: Villains” entitled “I Am Become Death," which aired earlier this week.
Aspen Comics President Frank Mastromauro sat down with CBR to discuss the future of the company following the untimely passing of Michael Turner, and to preview excusive artwork from upcoming projects.
The classic G.I. JOE/COBRA conflict begins anew this month in IDW Publishing's “G.I. JOE” #0. CBR speaks with editor Andy Schmidt about what fans can expect from the line, and previews exclusive artwork by Gabriele Dell'Otto.
DC Comics titles "Batman: Black & White" and "Superman: Red Son" will be developed into "motion comics" just like "Watchmen," the second chapter of which is available now.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "Eternals Annual" #1 by writer Fred Van Lente and artist Pascal Alixe with a cover by Ed McGuinness, on sale in November.
With the U.S. elections coming up soon, now is the perfect time to check out CSBG's latest feature, Stars of Political Cartooning, spotlighting some of the best to ever put pen to paper.
Devil's Due confirmed for CBR News they are not purchasing "Mouse Guard" publisher Archaia Studios Press -- but someone else is, and ASP's creator contract is changing as well.
In an item posted early this morning, New York's The Daily News revealed the death of a major cast member in this week's "Action Comics" #870, and is the latest in a series of superhero spoilers in the mainstream media.
With his initial origin arc headed for hardcover next month, legendary creator Matt Wagner gives CBR readers a preview of his sword-slashing second arc of Dynamite's "Zorro" ongoing series.
Mike Carey and Daniel Way answer your questions about the big Wolverine/Professor X crossover, "X-Men: Original Sin," continuing through "Wolverine: Origins" and "X-Men: Legacy." Plus exclusive art!
Courtesy of Devil's Due, CBR brings you previews of new comics on sale this week including new issues of "Drafted," "The Corps!," "The Worlds of Dungeons & Dragons" and ""Forgotten Realms Vol. 8: Starless Night."
Biology professor Jay Hosler returns to comics with "Optical Allusions," an adventure into the mysteries of the eye. We discuss the project and the academic response to his earlier award-winning, science-focused comics.
“Dragon Prince” writer Ron Marz talks about the sleeper success of the first issue, what’s coming up for the series, and its long journey to comic stores. Also, see preview artwork of the second issue before it hits stands this week!
Courtesy of BOOM! Studios, CBR brings you previews of new comics on sale this week including new issues of "Cthulhu Tales," "High Rollers," "Necronomicon," "Pulp Tales," "Screem Queen" and more.
A study in contrasts: he is an honorable rogue, a loving brother and friend, a lethal enemy, and courageous leader. As he takes the Rogues on one last mission, CBR looks at the not always cold heart of Captain Cold.
Courtesy of Dynamite, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale this week including new issues of "The Lone Ranger," "Battlestar Galactica: Ghosts," and "Giant-Size Red Sonja" #2.
Comics legend Bill Griffith talks about Zippy’s adventures in the daily newspaper (with side trips to Hollywood) and his own journey from Levittown to San Francisco to Connecticut.
"The End League" enters its second arc with this week's #5, where things go from bad to worse. We spoke with Rick Remender and new series artist Eric Canete about their dystopian superhero adventure.
August was an important month for DC Comics, with "Watchmen" outselling the seven new releases in the top trades combined. But the publisher also had a setback with "Family Dynamic."
CBR News spoke with the Fillbach Brothers, creators of “Maxwell Strangewell” and artists on “Star Wars: Clone Wars,” about their new big rig zombie adventure, "Roadkill," on sale in December.
Brad Meltzer thanks supporters of the Siegel & Shuster society's mission, and shares a message from Siegel’s family, who were equally thrilled to see the Superman co-creator’s childhood home saved.
What does a world without Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman look like? Find out as Justin and Brian examine this week’s “Trinity,” with a breakdown of events on both a global and personal scale for the DC Universe.