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With comic book movies and TV shows continually looking backwards, how long before audiences tire of seeing their heroes in a rear-view mirror?
CSBG continues their countdown of the greatest Batman stories ever told as they reach the top five!
To prepare for SDCC, CBR invites you to check out the next two weeks of Image Comics releases including the "Fatale" finale, "Low" #1 and more!
Gerry Duggan rejoins X-Position to discuss the upcoming "Deadpool" developments, and why the darkest and funniest material is still to come.
Andrew Kreisberg promises a new foil for Oliver Queen in Brandon Routh's Ray Palmer and explains the more hopeful tone of "The Flash."
Zenescope's premier archer is back in a new series, as CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Robyn Hood" #1 by Pat Shand & Larry Watts.
The final teaser in BOOM! Studios' Comic-Con International lead-up states that Grant Morrison will bring a new mystery to the publisher.
Ray Fawkes discusses his Valiant debut on "Archer & Armstrong: The One Percent," a one-shot highlighting the series' richest Sect.
A week after Marvel announced a female Thor, series artist Russell Dauterman posted character models for both versions of the God of Thunder.
The first collaborative series between Dynamite and the Edgar Rice Burroughs estate will feature a writer familiar to "John Carter of Mars."
Over 15 years, cartoonist Mimi Pond turned the story of one Oakland diner into a dissection of the "moral swamp" of the 1970s.
AMC, in conjunction with Next Games, has released a trailer for "The Walking Dead: No Man's Land," a mobile game set to debut in 2015.
Showrunner Steven S. DeKnight explains that Hell’s Kitchen in the Netflix series will be "both horrible and beautiful at the same time."
The Marvel mastermind reveals the casting decision behind the "Guardians of the Galaxy" supervillain.
James Robinson explains the story that begins in "All-New Invaders" #8, when the team faces an arm of every incarnation of cyborg super soldier Deathlok.
The survivors are in handcuffs for new "The Walking Dead" poster; "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" debuts its new rap and more.
"Hellblazer" writers Jamie Delano, Mike Carey, Peter Milligan & Paul Jenkins react to NBC's "Constantine" series and whether the comic should even be adapted.
According to Kevin Feige, Marvel's current plan is for two films a year: one sequel and one that introduces new faces to the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
"Fight Club" sequel artist Cameron Stewart breaks down the first teaser image and discusses his excitement at working on the long-awaited comic book project.
Exhibit was canceled because of images resembling Rising Sun flag! Gauging the size of superhero comics' female audience! Characters that have changed race, gender!
Ron Marz, Mike Bowden & David Baldeon talk turning Activision's "Skylanders" into a comic, confirm its ties to the upcoming "Trap Team" & more.
The fan-favorite actress enlists in "Marvel's Agents of SHIELD" for an unnamed, possibly recurring role.
It's Nick Fury vs. the heroes of the Marvel Universe to save the Marvel Universe in Jason Aaron and Mike Deodato's "Original Sin" #7!
Scott Snyder talks the "terrifying material" he's exploring with Jock on "Wytches," and escaping his comfort zone at Image Comics.
In a pre-Comic-Con announcement, Dynamite has revealed that it plans to publish new adventures of legendary creator Will Eisner's "The Spirit."
"Seconds" grabs five stars, "Ms. Marvel" stays strong and "Life with Archie" leaves a permanent impression with the death of its protagonist.
Dropping the clue “Just say the word,” actor Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson seems to suggest the search for his DC Comics superhero role is finally over.
Kevin Feige explains why "Sinister" director Scott Derrickson is the right choice to helm Marvel's upcoming "Doctor Strange" adaptation.
Mondo CEO Justin Ishmael discusses the poster, record and VHS company's move into the world of collectibles.
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.
From "Blade" to "X-Men," CBR looks back at some of the notable franchises whose latter installments missed the mark.
"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.
Actress Kether Donohue discusses her new FX comedy series "You're the Worst," a sexually charged exploration of why relationships are "the Worst."
Dynamite Entertainment has announced Cullen Bunn as the architect behind "Masks II," a sequel to the publisher's 2012 pulp character crossover.