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In Dark Horse's Conan title, the barbarian has faced sorcerers, giant snakes, frog monsters and crazed apes. Now, he faces the biggest challenge of them all: a relaunch! We have in-depth coverage & an exclusive look at Giorello's art.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR brings you an advance look at next week's new issue of "Uncanny X-Men," #489.
Chris Yost swings by to talk about outer space adventures and those crazy kids at the mansion. Get an early sneak peek at the cover of "X-Factor" #26! Spoiler alert: There are mutants on the cover! Updated
Dark Horse has signed agreements to produce new "Indiana Jones," "Creepy" and "Eerie" comics as well as publish archive editions collecting previous incarnations of the titles.
"Saving Private Ryan" star's Dock Walloper lays the smack down on Prohibition-era New York City.
CBR brings you live coverage of the first DC Comics panel of the weekend, "DC Countdown... to the End?" during which Executive Editor Dan DiDio announced just what DC is counting down to....
The US Postal Service is having a Marvel Team-Up to present ten characters on new postage stamps, and CBR sticks to it.
If you haven't bought your tickets for Comic-Con International in San Diego yet, one day passes are now gone for two days of the four-day event.
There are plenty of mysteries surrounding the return of the former Kree soldier known as Mar-Vell and starting this November, they'll be explored in the five issue "Captain Marvel" mini-series. We spoke with writer Brian Reed about the series.
In January of 2008, the Golden Age of the Marvel Universe will slam up against the Modern Age with explosive results in the pages of "The Twelve." CBR News spoke with artist Chris Weston about the series.
In January 2008, readers will get to know some of the forgotten heroes of Marvel Comics' Golden Age when "The Twelve," a twelve-issue mini-series begins. CBR News spoke with Editor Tom Brevoort about the series.
Tony Stark is going to be battling more than one-armed bandits in the upcoming mini-series "Iron Man: Viva Las Vegas" from the creative team of writer Jon Favreau and artist Adi Granov.
Marvel Comics kicked off their Comic-Con weekend with the San Diego edition of their popular Marvel Mondo panel series. Check back with CBR every few minutes for updates live from the panel.
No, it's not a basketball metaphor -- a host of creative minds came to discuss what it means for the comics industry to have participants from as well as in other aspects of the entertainment world.
Brian Wood gives a glimpse at turn-of-the-millennium anxiety, more than a thousand years ago, in "Northlanders," his new Vertigo Viking monthly.
Curious to know what the covers to "Astonishing X-Men" #22 look like? So were we! We've got an exclusive first look at John Cassaday's covers.
Thursday evening at Comic-Con International, Grendel creator Matt Wagner and Dark Horse editor Diana Schultz celebrated Grendel's 25th anniversary in a lengthy discussion with fans, and CBR was there.
Why is this man pointing a gun at you? He's not, he's pointing it at the Hulk and we've got your first look at John Romita Jr.'s variant cover to "World War Hulk" #3.
UPDATED with exclusive new artwork! "Alien" co-creator Ronald Shusset, Radical co-founder Dave Elliot, writer Michael Town and artist Steve Pugh return to the pages of "Shark-Man," a pet project that almost sunk before it could swim.
The Web's most downloaded woman Jenna Jameson creates "Shadow Hunter," a mainstream book containing no nudity, for Virgin Comics' celebrity "Voices" line.
Image's technologic anthology returns this week with vol. 2, featuring new stories about robots in the City That Never Sleeps. CBR's @ndy Kh0ur1 interfaced with editor Ivan Brandon and some 1337 creators to share the digital love for "24Seven."
"The All-New Booster Gold" team of Geoff Johns, Jeff Katz and Dan Jurgens talk to CBR News about the life and times of DC Comics' most unlikely protector of the multiverse.
On the eve of Comic-Con, CBR News presents an in-depth interview with writer Mark Millar about his landmark series, "The Ultimates."
NBC's hot TV series "Heroes" found great success with their online comic, which will now be collected by DC Comics this fall.
CBR's Robert Taylor speaks with DC's latest go-to guy, writer Tony Bedard, about relaunching "Batman & The Outsiders," the new "Supergirl" arc, and how Robert may have ruined Bedard's career.
With issue #14, a new co-writer joins regular scribe Charlie Huston in chronicling the adventures of Marvel's Moon Knight. CBR News spoke with new "Moon Knight" co-writer Mike Benson.
IDT Internet Mobile Group has formed Zedge Studios and acquired a controlling interest in indie comics outfit IDW Publishing.
With Powers about to reach its 25th Icon issue, CBR News caught up with writer Brian Michael Bendis to find out what's next for the series and discuss some special issues he has planned.
CBR News presents the second part of an extensive lineup of your favorite publishers and studios' Comic-Con activities this weekend in San Diego.
CBR News sat down with My Chemical Romance frontman Gerard Way to discuss in-depth his upcoming Dark Horse Comics series, "The Umbrella Academy: Apocalypse Suite."
It's a first for the largest pop culture convention in the U.S. -- Saturday is sold out at Comic-Con International in San Diego.
Jason Pearson's "Body Bags" returns this week in a special 10-page preview ashcan available only at Comic-Con International in San Diego.
Home to a flourishing indie comics community and major plublishers Top Shelf, Oni Press and Dark Horse Comics, why has Portland, Oregon become a comic book capital? CBR News investigates.
CBR News presents the first part of an extensive lineup of your favorite publishers and studios' Comic-Con activities this weekend in San Diego.
Image Comics has released artwork and solicitation information for comics and products shipping in October, 2007.
In recent years, Marvel's presence on the floor at San Diego Comic-Con was a bit on the small side, but this year they're back in a major way. We spoke with Marvel's Mike Pasciullo for details. UPDATED with complete Comic-Con schedule!
DC Comics is to publish comic book series based on Blizzard Entertainment's hugely popular "World of Warcraft" video game franchise.
Eric Powell, Patton Oswalt, Brian Posehn and Thomas Lennon team-up with some of comics' best talents to contribute to the most insane anthology of the year, Dwight T. Albatross' "The Goon: Noir."
The new publisher is to present material from Jim Steranko, Yoshitaka Amano, John Bolton, Bill Sienkiewicz and Peter Jackson and Richard Taylor's WETA to name a few, and CBR News has an exclusive first look.
Image Comics has provided CBR News with advance looks at comics shopping this Wednesday, July 25th, including "Invincible"#44, "Full Color," "The Walking Dead" #39, "Elephantmen" #10 and more!