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This February, "Civil War" ends and the rebuilding begins. CBR News spoke with writer Brian Bendis about the rebuilding he's doing in "Civil War: The Initiative" and "New Avengers."
Kaare Andrew's fascinating tale of an aged Spider-Man has proved to be both a critical and commercial success, with the first issue selling out at Diamond. Marvel Comics has provided CBR News with a look at the reprint edition, and a preview of issue #2!
Greg Hatcher tells the story of one of his 12-year old students, Tiffany, who was told she couldn't adapt a Tamora Pierce ("White Tiger") story for a class comic assignment because it was copyrighted. What Tiffany does next is a story that should not be missed.
DC Comics has released pages from this Wednesday's "Sandman Mystery Theatre: Sleep of Reason" #1 by John Ney Rieber and Eric Nguyen.
The Comic Book Legal Defense Fund has released a list of their year-end auctions, with proceeds going to defend comics creators and free speech all over the country. Featured items include original art, signed collectibles, and Frank Miller's actual chair.
To commemorate the release of their own comic, hip-hop legends Public Enemy performed a surprise show for fans in the parking lot of Phoenix, AZ's Atomic Comics.
DC Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics shipping March, 2007 and we've got the full listing for ya.
Veteran comics creator Martin Nodell, best known as the creator of the Golden Age Green Lantern, died Saturday. He was 91.
This week, Robert takes some time out to respond to reader e-mail he's received since returning to weekly publication.
Bored at work? While we wouldn't suggest goofing off on the job, joining the discussion in the CBR Forums is one way to make the time fly by. The forums have been recently upgraded with new bells & whistles, too!
It's a week where Captain Comet has a bad, bad day, we get some clues as to Supernova's identity, Lady Styx has herself a meal and much more in Week Thirty-One of "52." Justin's got all the details and analysis.
CBR News has full coverage of the Marvel Then and Now event at UCLA this past weekend, featuring Stan Lee, Joe Quesada and moderator Kevin Smith. Emmett Furey has filed an extensive report on the evening, plus we've got photos of the entire event.
Marvel Comics has provided CBR News with an advance look at John Cassaday's striking variant cover to "Astonishing X-Men" #19, the beginning of Cassaday and writer Joss Whedon's final arc on the title.
Writer C.B. Cebulski and assistant editor Molly Lazer have blogged about and released images from Marvel's forthcoming "Fairy Tales" projects, which cast Marvel heroes in the roles of famous fairy tale characters from around the globe.
"Cable & Deadpool" may be angry with each other but that doesn't mean the duo's adventures will be coming to an end. CBR News spoke with writer Fabian Nicieza about his plans for Marvel's Odd Couple.
It's a trip through the halls of comics' -- and America's -- greatest shames this week in Comic Book Urban Legends Revealed! Racism! Abortion! Spider-Man! This edition has to be seen to be believed.
With "newuniversal" #1 now out, it's time for a look at the second issue of the book. We've got a preview of "newuniversal" #2 by Ellis & Larroca, with three exclusive pages not seen anywhere else!
Blade is famous for having a foot in both the human and vampire worlds and his ongoing series walks in two worlds as well: the supernatural and the mainstream Marvel U. CBR News spoke with writer Marc Guggenheim about the series.
The conclusion to Marvel's Ultimate clone saga earns itself an extremely rare 1-for-100 variant cover!
DC Comics held a press conference this afternoon with "Justice Society of America" writer Geoff Johns and Artist Dale Eaglesham discussing the just released first issue. We've got a full report.
CBR News sat down with Top Cow Productions' new director of marketing, Filip Sablik, who spoke of his plan for raising awareness of the studio's exciting new projects for 2007 as well as shaking the Cow's old "T&A" image.
Letterer extraordinaire Chris Eliopoulos stops by CSBG to discuss labels in comics -- how being labeled as a letterer tends to receive blank stares from outsiders or how the words "comic book" still don't receive the respect they deserve.
Writer Adam Warren gives CBR News the skinny on his upcoming Iron Man mini series, "Hypervelocity," filled with "pedal-to-the-medal" action like you might expect from Warren.
Later this month in the pages of "G.I. Joe Special Missions: Antarctica," the Joe team will need some special help in rooting out a nest of Cobras in the Artic Tundra. CBR News spoke with writers Andrew Dabb and Mike O'Sullivan about the book.
This week, Marc Andreyko's "Manhunter" series makes a triumphant return to the stands. Brian Eason stops by to take a look the long and varied history of DC's Manhunter's and how this latest one fits into the mix.
The sexy and iconic Sheena, Queen of the Jungle, will return to comics in a new preview comic and series from Devil's Due in 2007.
Entries are now being accepted for the 19th Annual Will Eisner Comic Industry Awards and the judging panel has been revealed as well.
CBR News has obtained a full color 7-page preview of "Heroes Squared" #4, by the all-star team of Keith Giffen & JM DeMatteis with Joe Abraham! In this issue of the hilarious Boom! Studios title: THE CLONE SAGA... sort of!
Last week at MOCCA in NYC, Tim Hamilton and Michael Cavallaro took part in a round-table discussion, discussing the ups and downs of adapting for "Classics Illustrated," on the early days and struggles of Valiant and much more.
Marvel Comics has provided CBR News with a preview of "X-Men" #194 by Mike Carey & Humberto Ramos, in which a new villain makes his mysterious debut.
The best spin-off since "Frasier" or "Flavor Of Love," we can't decide, but "Jack Of Fables" co-writer Matt Sturges talks to CBR News about the prodigious Vertigo series and gives us a few hints of what's yet to come. WARNING: May contain spoilers.
DC Comics has released five new pages of art from "Justice Society of America" #1 by Geoff Johns, Dale Eaglesham and Art Thibert, out this Wednesday, December 6th.
Scott O. Brown brings his Flying The Standard series to a close by taking a look at "Kingdom Come" and "Watchmen." Do these two books meet the Standards he's discussed and should they be admitted to the Canon?
Mark Waid talks with CBR News about the upcoming re-launch of "Brave & the Bold," which he describes as a travel guide to the post "Infinite Crisis" DCU.
Dynamite Entertainment has provided CBR News with a preview of their new crossover with Top Cow Productions, "Witchblade: Shades Of Gray" #1.
Dark Horse comics has released their solicitations and cover images for comics shipping March, 2007. Included are Mike Mignola's "B.R.P.D.: Garden Of Souls," Joss Whedon's "Buffy The Vampire Slayer" #1, and Matt Wagner's long-awaited "Grendel: Archive Edition."
As the man behind Isaac's art on "Heroes," Tim Sale's work is seen by more people than ever before. In a frank interview, Tim discusses his current work on "Superman Confidential," on working with long-time collaborator Jeph Loeb, the upcoming "Absolute Batman: Long Halloween" (with new pages) and much more.
Justin has all the ins and outs of this week's issue of "52," with a look ahead at what might be coming next in the hit weekly series from DC Comics.
Scott O. Brown continues his look at the best of what comics has to offer and attempts to apply the Standard. Does "The Dark Knight Returns" fit? You might be surprised by the answer.
Commemorating the release of "Superman Returns" on DVD, Brian prepared a special Superman's Rogues Gallery theme this week. Was Brainiac inspired by a make your own computer kit? Was Lex meant to be bald? And more.