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"Life With Archie" dominates this week's cover selections, while "The Shadow" and "Harley Quinn" round out our list.
Archie Comics writer and chief creative officer Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa narrates the first look at "Afterlife with Archie" #6 and "Sabrina" #1.
From the zombie apocalypse to the inspirational "Death of Archie" story, the shakeups of Archie Comics continue in New York.
The do or die moment has arrived in writer Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa and artist Francesco Francavilla's "Afterlife with Archie" #5, on sale May 14.
Mavel's latest teaser for event series "Original Sin" sees artist Francesco Francavilla flashing back to the past of "Mighty Avengers."
Francesco Francavilla's latest cover puts the focus on The Lone Gunmen, for "The X-Files: Season 10" #13, out from IDW in June.
The sold-out "Afterlife with Archie" #4 will rise again with a second printing released in April, featuring a new Francesco Francavilla cover.
Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa & Francesco Francavilla's "Afterlife With Archie" #4 is "a fun story that crosses genres and transforms a cast of characters."
New Archie Comics CCO Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa explains how he and Francesco Francavilla shaped the traumatizing scene in this week's "Afterlife With Archie" #4.
Riverdale's population decreases by one in a shocking turn for Aguirre-Sacasa and Francavilla's "Afterlife With Archie" #4.
The Riverdale Gang hits the road in "Afterlife with Archie" #7, and we have the exclusive first look at Francesco Francavilla and Andrew Pepoy's covers.
Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa & Francesco Francavilla's horror hit gets a "plussed up" digital edition to let readers see how Jughead's flesh-eating reign began.
Batman celebrates his 75th Anniversary in style with "Detective Comics" #27, "one of the best ever anniversary issues of its kind."
Forsythe P. Jones III rises from the grave, Batman heads into the belly of the beast, Blackbolt speaks, a knight rises and "Catalyst Comix" cries wolf.
Riverdale's death count climbs as Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa & Francesco Francavilla's zombie-riddled "Afterlife with Archie" saga continues in 2014!
Veronica faces a slumber party horror in Andrew Pepoy's new variant for "Afterlife With Archie" #5, and CBR has an exclusive first look.
Batwing strikes, Cinderella does a little shoe-shopping, "Hawken" gets mechanized and Lockjaw has no time for nonsense.
Kate and Lucky hit the road, "Morning Glories" gets serene, the Shadow peers behind the Iron Curtain and Galactus gets hungry -- again.
"Infinity" continues as Thanos guest stars in Brian Michael Bendis and Francesco Francavilla's "Guardians of the Galaxy" #9!
Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa & Francesco Francavilla present "a brilliantly written and superbly drawn effort" in "Afterlife With Archie" #2.
Barbara Gordon gets batty, Captain swings at his mighty shield, "FBP" reaps a whirlwind, "Avengers Arena" hits targets "Umbral" is multi-layered.
Dynamite brings "The Twilight Zone" back to comics, written by J. Michael Straczynski with art by Guiu Vilanova and a cover by Francesco Francavilla!
With his adversary revealed, the Eleventh Doctor takes the spotlight in "Doctor Who: Prisoners of Time" #11 by Scott & David Tipton and Matthew Dow Smith!
"Afterlife with Archie" creators Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa and Francesco Francavilla joined CBR TV to discuss making Archie's first horror series a hit.
Even undead, Jughead's appetite remains insatiable as Cheryl and Jason Blossom join the horror show known as Riverdale in "Afterlife with Archie" #2.
Get an exclusive first look at artists Francesco Francavilla and Mark Todd's contributions to Mondo's EC Comics "Tales from the Crypt" gallery show.
Not content with marrying off Archie - twice - and having zombies destroy Riverdale, Archie Comics now plans to say farewell to Betty and Veronica.
Jeff Smith on the importance of the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund! Goldwater, Aguirre-Sacasa and Francavilla talk "Afterlife With Archie"! Fifty key moments from Avengers history! Plus more!
Marvel Comics has released a first look at Francesco Francavilla's interior pages for "Guardians of the Galaxy" #8 written by Brian Michael Bendis. The Guardians being their S.W.O.R.D. rescue October 30.
Courtesy of IDW, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Doctor Who: Prisoners of Time" #9 by Scott & David Tipton and David Messina. Christopher Eccleston's Ninth Doctor returns Oct. 2!
Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa and Francesco Francavilla's debut issue of "Afterlife With Archie" brings an undead plague upon Riverdale in "one of the strongest series debuts of the year."
Archis Comics has released a preview of the first issue of its new, non-all ages series "Afterlife with Archie." The first issue, by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa and Francesco Francavilla, hits stores October 9.
In a special all fan Q&A, Marvel Comics Editor-in-Chief Axel Alonso answers your questions on new series like "Amazing X-Men," inside info on "Guardians of the Galaxy," the future of Marvel AR, LGBT characters and more.
Archie Comics has released a trailer for "Afterlife With Archie," the upcoming Archie Comics zombie series by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa and Francesco Francavilla.
On the eve of Comic-Con International, CBR spoke exclusively with creator Francesco Francavilla on how the horror-influenced "Necrologue" raises the stakes for the Black Beetle and Colt City.
Kelly Thompson gives "Hawkeye" #12 by Matt Fraction and Francesco Francavilla 4.5 stars, calling the series "one of the best, funniest, sharpest and most innovative superhero books."
Artist Francesco Francavilla will team with writer Brian Michael Bendis for an arc of "Guardians of the Galaxy" starting in October, which will tie in to the Thanos-driven "Infinity" event.
As Comic-Con International 2013 approaches, writer Andrew Hope spoke exclusively with CBR News about his return to comics after a 10-year absence to construct "Fantomex MAX" for Marvel Comics.
With "The Sandman: Overture" on sale in October, J.H. Williams III tells CBR about the status of "Batwoman" and his plans for continuing Kate Kane’s story as a new chapter of his life begins.
Greg McElhatton gives "Batwoman" #21 by J.H. Williams III, W. Haden Blackman and Francesco Francavilla 4 stars, calling Francavilla's work "turns the entire page into something that can also be appreciated as a whole."