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This week at Comic-Con in San Diego, Man of Action's Steven T. Seagle will unveil "The Bus: A Camp Midnight Mini," limited to 1,000 copies.
"Batman Incorporated" alumni Chris Burnham and Cameron Stewart illustrate variant covers for "Multiversity" and "Teen Titans," respectively.
With a cabal of indie and alternative artists like Jim Rugg & Benjamin Marra, Joe Casey looks to push one of Jack Kirby's last original characters into the future.
In 2015, Chuck Palahniuk will continue the story of "Fight Club" in a 10-issue Dark Horse Comics maxiseries with art by Cameron Stewart.
Batman is at odds with his Justice League teammates as "Robin Rises" continues in Peter J. Tomasi, Patrick Gleason & Mick Gray's "Batman and Robin" #33.
Al Ewing, Rob Williams, Marc Ellerby & Simon Fraser "nail the tone and spirit" of "Doctor Who: The Eleventh Doctor" #1 for Titan Comics.
Dennis Hopeless takes "Avengers Undercover" three months into the future for the series final arc, promising fans a 'satisfying conclusion' to his epic story.
Dynamite Entertainment has announced Cullen Bunn as the architect behind "Masks II," a sequel to the publisher's 2012 pulp character crossover.
Writer/artist Nick Bertozzi continues his true-life explorer series with "Shackleton," a recounting of the legendary Antarctic adventure.
Fans turned out en masse to help celebrate the release of "Seconds" when Bryan Lee O'Malley spent the day at San Francisco's Isotope Comic Lounge.
In November, Tony Stark becomes the "Superior Iron Man," and CBR has an exclusive preview of Yildiray Cinar's art from the debut issue!
Marvel's tradition of unveiling new series with covers illustrated in Skottie Young's distinct style continues with "Deathlok" and "Bucky Barnes."
"Life With Archie" dominates this week's cover selections, while "The Shadow" and "Harley Quinn" round out our list.
Cullen Bunn explains why "Harrow County," his new creator-owned series with Tyler Crook, is the epitome of a backwoods horror story.
Kieron Gillen & Jamie McKelvie "effortlessly represent their creative synergy in the best of ways" in "The Wicked + The Divine" #2.
Greg Rucka and Michael Lark explain why "Lazarus" can only be about Forever Carlysle's story, hinting at a major event 'sooner than you think.'
San Diego officials deny that police are removing homeless near convention center! A snapshot of digital comics models! Is DC lagging behind Marvel in character diversity?
Relax in the cool shade this Wednesday and read the latest Dynamite Entertainment issues which include "The Twilight Zone," "Dejah of Mars" and more!
One minute he's in the House of Mystery, the next he's... not in this exclusive look at J.M. DeMatteis & Andres Guinaldo's "Justice League Dark" #33.
Gail Simone is scripting Dynamite's latest crossover event, announced with the working title of "Women of Dynamite."
A former detective driven mad by visions of monsters must track down a missing girl in ComixTribe's "And Then Emily Was Gone" by John Less & Iain Laurie.
We're almost at the top ten Batman stories of all-time based on your votes! Come see what stories just missed the top ten!
ROBOT 6 reflects on the recent social-media firestorm, and wonders whether we’re capable of bypassing the name-calling to have a productive discussion.
CSBG collects of amusing responses Superman editor Mort Wiesinger gave to young readers, from exposing Santa Claus to explaining "the birds & bees."
CBR looks at a variety of high-profile October releases, from "AXIS" to "Edward Scissorhands" and "Buffy to "Wytches" -- and more!
Visit CBR's index of solicitation information and covers from Marvel, DC Comics, Image, IDW and Dark Horse to see their October 2014 releases.
Just in time for Comic-Con week, IDW shows off previews of their latest titles including "My Little Pony: Friends Forever" and the "Monster Motors" one-shot.
Erik in Canada shares his collection of comics, statues, toys and more with ROBOT 6. Also find out how you can submit your own SHELF PORN!
DC Collectibles wows with an SDCC preview and solicits while three companies show off Batman '66 toys and the X-Men bask in the spotlight.
You voted and now CSBG's countdown of your picks for the best Batman stories hits the top 20, with stories from Neal Adams, Grant Morrison and Jeph Loeb.
As DC’s anniversary plans heat up, ROBOT 6 looks at two collections: "Batman: A Celebration of 75 Years" and "The Joker: A Celebration of 75 Years."
CSBG has an archive of never been reprinted gems, including Mike Mignola's Lovecraft-inspired Batman miniseries, "The Doom That Came to Gotham."
Writer/artist Walter Simonson returns to creator-owned work with a Norse tale reminiscent of his groundbreaking work on "Thor" in IDW's "Ragnarok."
Editor Alex Segura describes the hunt for "The Fox," the noir of "Black Hood" and the mission of the all-new "Shield."
Led by their queen Medusa, the Inhumans fight for their future in Marvel Comics' "Inhuman" #3 by Charles Soule and Joe Madureira, on sale Aug. 13.
Rick Remender takes us deep into Sam Wilson's new role as Captain America, with details about the former Falcon's part in "AXIS" and his new series.
Bryan Lee O'Malley's "Seconds" is an impressive graphic novel that reveals a "confident, engaging work about some of his favorite topics."
This week, learn why DC decided to kill off Barry Allen during "Crisis" and why Grant Morrison decided not to kill off Damian Wayne in his first appearance!
DC Comics Senior Editor Jim Chadwick tells CBR about the first English translation of Jiro Kuwata's 1960s take on Batman and his Digital First approach.
Alan Davis' "Savage Hulk" #2 "celebrates aspects that made Silver Age comics and Marvel's earlier days fun."