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Did an openly gay Northstar nearly helm a solo series in the early '90s? How did Peter David get the last word in a battle with a Paramount executive?
Was there nearly a Star Wars comic where Luke and Leia ended up together? And is there an unpublished Claremont/Byrne "What If...?"
CBR presents exclusive previews of the final issue of "Doctor Who" by Tony Lee & Mike Collins, and John Byrne's "Triple Helix" #3!
Legendary X-Men creator Chris Claremont looks back at his 16-year run on Marvel's X-Books and his story in the mutants' 50th Anniversary title "X-Men: Gold."
Can the Changelings solve the mystery of the Monitors? Find out Nov. 13 in IDW Publishing's "Triple Helix" #2, written and drawn by John Byrne!
CSBG's archive of instances when a creator uses their work to poke fun at another book or creator adds Byrne & Co. ribbing Jim Shooter.
Who created Thor? Plus, what classic comics gave us the dreaded Comic Sans, and did we almost have a new John Byrne FF book a few years back?
The classic "Days of Future Past" arc began in "Uncanny X-Men" #141, and its cover by John Byrne & Terry Austin has been the subject of numerous homages. ROBOT 6 highlights some of the best!
Was John Byrne really planning on revealing that every Dr. Doom appearance since Lee and Kirby was a Doom-bot? And why wasn't Kevin Smith allowed to reference the Powerpuff Girls in "Green Arrow?"
25 years ago, John Byrne rebooted Superman. Today, Augie reviews "Superman" #1 and looks at the generational differences in comics storytelling. Plus, how Apple is like CCI, why "Jupiter’s Legacy" is unreadable, and more.
In this week's installment of WHEN WORDS COLLIDE, Timothy Callahan looks at Mike Mignola, Roger Stern and P. Craig Russell's "Superman" #23, the issue following the end of John Byrne's run on the Man of Steel.
As Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster's immortal superhero hits 75 years, CBR speaks to the man who once killed him as Dan Jurgens reflects on what makes Superman endure and what makes a great Superman story.
At this year's Emerald City Comic Con, "Batman/Superman" artist Jae Lee reflects on his winding career path in comics and describes how a spilled bottle of ink got him his first job.
Writer and IDW Editor-in-Chief Chris Ryall spoke with CBR about "The Colonized," his new miniseries that finds a group of Martians accidentally creating an undead army of zombies on Earth. Plus, an exclusive preview!
In CSBG's latest comic book Easter eggs, Chris Claremont pays homage to "Alien" in an issue of "Spider-Woman," a familiar prison number is used in "Robin" and popular British comic characters appear in "Batman!"
In the latest edition of CSBG's Easter egg spotlight, we take a look at John Byrne featuring cameos of characters from "Doonesbury," "Funky Winkerbean" and "Crankshaft."
Every week CSBG spotlights hidden references and in-jokes hidden in comics. Here's a collection of the various Easter Eggs uncovered over the years, including how John Byrne hid Barney Rubble in piles of rubble.
Producer Bryan Singer confirms rumors that the sequel to "X-Men: First Class" is based on Chris Claremont and John Byrne's classic "Days of Future Past" storyline. The follow-up is slated for a July 18, 2014 release.
Matthew Vaughn's untitled sequel to "X-Men: First Class" may adapt the classic "Days of Future Past" X-Men story arc according to a recently registered title with the MPAA from 20th Century Fox.
"Spandex" writer/artist Martin Eden spoke to CBR News about his new all-gay British super-team, England's gay comics scene, 50 ft. lesbians and John Byrne's influenced on the book.
In this week's comic book Easter eggs, check out three different cameo appearances by the Simpsons, including an especially noteworthy visit to the pages of John Byrne's "Sensational She-Hulk!"
Courtesy of IDW Publishing, CBR presents an exclusive preview of John Byrne's "Next Men: Aftermath" #40! The issue hits stores Wednesday, February 8.
This week, prepare yourself for the bizarre awesomeness that is - the "Adventures of Superpup!" Plus, legends involving Chris Claremont, Dave Sim, Cabretooth and John Byrne!
Original page from "Uncanny X-Men" #137 sells for $65,000! A call for publishers to release digital sales figures! The definitive obituary for Bil Keane. Interviews with Max Allan Cullins and Scott Tuft! Plus more!
This week, learn the surprising X-Men related origin behind the Trial of Reed Richards! Also, discover the hidden truth behind "Knightfall," plus, were the Katzenjammer Kids too German for America in the 1910s?
Laid-off production artist explains why fans shouldn't boycott Marvel over cuts! Jim Shooter reveals more from Marvel's failed plans to license DC characters! Viper launches direct-to-digital comics! Plus more!
ROBOT 6's Carla Hoffman looks back at her first comic book, which may not have been what you'd consider "new reader friendly," but it certainly made her want to read more.
This week, we discuss how DC took issue with a classic hero seeming "too gay," whether John Byrne determined that James Rhodes would be black and whether comics actually cut down the amount of staples they used during World War II!
Hero Initiative has provided CBR with the complete gallery of their New Avengers-themed fundraiser featuring art from Alan Davis, Walt Simonson, John Byrne, Adam Kubert, Mike Deodato, Amanda Conner and more.
In the latest of CSBG's month-long series of polls, we want to know what you think was the best Marvel comics run of the 1980s! Byrne's FF? Miller's Daredevil? Claremont/Byrne X-Men? Come here to decide!
Mark Waid answered questions about "Irredeemable," CrossGen, Hawkman, Barry Allen, digital comics and much more in a quest to answer 50 questions in 50 minutes at Long Beach Comic Con.
What Marvel comic was so offensive that a printer refused to print it? Was Pamela Anderson's "Barb Wire" mocking John Byrne? And what's the deal with the two Captain Wonders? Find out in this week's Comic Book Legends Revealed!
Tim revisits John Byrne's '80s Superman revamp and considers how the reimagining of an icon worked as a gateway to the DCU and what its legacy is today, after all the changes Byrne made seem to have been undone.
The last time that environmentalism and Big Business was all the rage, Marvel gave comic book fans John Byrne's "Namor." That's what Augie's looking at this week in a special Wednesday edition of Pipeline Retro.
20 years after the fact, Augie finally reviews John Byrne's initial eight issue run on "The Sensational She-Hulk." Breaking the fourth wall was never more fun, but can a fondly remembered comic book from 1989 hold up in 2009?
The long national nightmare is officially over -- Keith Giffen has returned! After far too long of a break, Giffen is back at CBR to share his opinion on pretty much everything, and if you're in his sights, well, you're definitely in trouble.
At this past weekend’s WonderCon, Jill Thompson, the creator of Scary Godmother and illustrator of "The Sandman" talked about her comics career and early comic book idols, including her desire to one day be John Byrne.