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Tim Seeley & Emanuel Simeoni's "Batman Eternal" #19 demonstrates the series' strength with "an enjoyable standalone reading experience."
Movie sensations the Guardians of the Galaxy are mashed up with classic movies like "The Godfather," "Some Like it Hot," "When Harry Met Sally" and more!
Peter Tomasi and Doug Mahnke are set to join "Superman/Wonder Woman" as the ongoing series' new creative team in November.
Baltimore tracks the Red King to a small Estonian town in Mike Mignola, Christopher Golden and Peter Bergting's "Baltimore" #2, on sale August 27.
The prelude to Marvel's "AXIS" event kicks off in "Magneto" #9 as the mutant master of magnetism is on a collision course with the Red Skull!
Utah attorney dissects SDCC's trademark arguments! Interviews with Ed Brubaker, Ed Piskor, Tula Lotay and David Ury! Hilary Price visits Mort Walker's studio!
A new wave of LGBT creators are making the comics they wished they had when they were younger.
CBR spoke with "All-New X-Men" writer Brian Michael Bendis about the book's next arc, which finds the time-displaced teens stranded in the Ultimate U.
Check out previews of all of Marvel's releases next week including "Daredevil" #7, "Magneto" #8, "Mighty Avengers' #13, "Nova" #20 and more!
Paul Pope, Faith Erin Hicks, Gene Luen Yang and Lucy Knisley gathered to celebrate Eisner wins and discuss the creative process at Comic-Con.
Mark Evanier & Sergio Aragones join forces with Thomas Yeates for Dark Horse Comics' "Groo Vs. Conan" #2, a barbarian battle for the ages.
BOOM! Studios staff and talent including Paul Jenkins and James Tynion IV discuss good editing versus bad editing and the qualities of a great editing relationship.
Greg Pak explains how stripping away Clark Kent's humanity in "Superman: Doomed" allows the writers to explore the 'man' in the Man of Steel.
With his son's art in the interiors, legendary artist John Romita Sr. has drawn a "Superman" #34 variant cover, his first DC work in decades.
James Tynion IV explains where ideas like his new, Japanese horror-influenced "Memetic" originate and how which the Internet has changed how people communicate.
The idea of themed variant covers has been a big one in 2014 -- from LEGO to animals to bombshells, which theme has been your favorite?
"Oz" Writer Eric Shanower discusses returning to the world of Winsor McCay's classic "Little Nemo" strip for IDW's "Return to Slumberland."
Today marks the beginning of the 10-day eBay auction of comics' Holy Grail: the finest known copy of "Action Comics" #1.
Acclaimed writer Mark Waid tells CBR TV about opening Thrillbent's doors, his new "Star Wars" book from Marvel and what drew him to "SHIELD."
The married comics makers sat down for a rollicking panel filled with Harley Quinn teases, Jonah Hex farewells, anecdotes, laughs and digressions.
Stan Sakai discusses three decades of his legendary rabbit ronin, his new future-shifted miniseries "Usagi Yojimbo: Senso" and more.
Gerry Duggan, Scott Snyder & Matteo Scalera deliver a strong one-shot in "Batman" #34, bringing a new kind of serial killer to Gotham City.
SNK Playmore says manga violates its copyrights! Interviews with Gail Simone and Ethan Van Sciver, Sonny Liew, and Wendy and Richard Pini! Plus more!
Marvel's next major Spider-Man event is gearing up for action when Spider-Man Noir returns in "Edge of Spider-Verse" #1!
Wolverine meets Kamala Khan for the first time in "Ms. Marvel" #7 and the fractured Illuminati prepare for an incursion in Marvel's "New Avengers" #23.
"Game of Thrones" author George R.R. Martin discussed his upcoming Avatar Press adaptations, the influence of comics on his work and more.
"Strangers in Paradise" creator Terry Moore hosted an intimate Q&A with fans, discussing a new series, the "Rachel Rising" TV adaptation and more.
Top Shelf brought Andrew Aydin, Nate Powell and Kevin O'Neill to San Diego to discuss their work on "March: Book 2," "the "Nemo" series and more.
In the debut of a new feature, CSBG spotlights comic book plots they'd like to see retconned, starting with the Falcon's past as a street hustler.
After years of anticipation, the first issue of the Grant Morrison-written "The Multiversity" arrives in stores next week from DC Comics.
Will Pfeifer's "Teen Titans" gets modern with fictional tweets, posts and selfies, while Raven is poised to become an indie rock star.
A lineup including Axel Alonso, Sam Humphries and Kris Anka explain what it takes not only to make a career in comics but also keep it going long term.
"Watson and Holmes" takes to Kickstarter for Vol. 2, and co-creators Brandon Perlow and Paul Mendoza reveal what to expect from the title's return.
Jacob Semahn & Jorge Corona discuss their new Image Comics series "Goners," a historical fantasy mystery about a family of paranormal investigators.
Dark Horse's November releases include the return of Alex de Campi's "Grindhouse," Fred Van Lente's "Resurrectionists" debut and much more!
Simon Spurrier opens up about "X-Force," "Six-Gun Gorilla" and "Disenchanted," explaining why they all feature damaged characters and dangerous locales.
"Chew" co-creator John Layman has written a short story for October's "Archer & Armstrong" #25, one of many creators contributing to the issue.
Joshua Hale Fialkov shared his thoughts on life, death and the human condition in "The Life After," plus how he followed his passion to happiness.
Batman creators from Denny O'Neil to Michael Uslan joined biographer Marc Tyler Nobleman and the family of Bill Finger to celebrate the legendary writer.
Hyperion flies high in Al Ewing and Dale Keown's "Avengers" #34.1, which explains the how and why the hero is in Marvel's main universe.