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Classic Sgt. Fury artist Dick Ayers met with Russ Heath and new "Sgt. Rock and the Lost Battalion" creators Billy Tucci and Mark Sparacio at The National con to discuss the art and history of war comics.
The stars of NBC’s cop drama “Life,” Damian Lewis and Donal Logue, discuss their show's new season, its conspiracies and mythology, comic books and Logue’s own comic book movie background.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you an exclusive first look at "Captain America" #44. Written by Ed Brubaker and illustrated by Luke Ross with a cover by Steve Epting, the issue goes on sale next week.
Bryan Singer keeps quiet, a big money guy think's the world's ready for Deadpool, and the disfigured cowboy looks for something to say. Plus "Punisher: War Zone," "Gearhead" and more.
Tony Bedard fulfills a career-long dream when "R.E.B.E.L.S." #1 ships in February. An updating of DC's classic L.E.G.I.O.N. concept of a space police force for hire, the series is set to make a super star of artist Andy Clarke.
One of this week's highly anticipated releases, writer Mark Waid makes his debut on the thrice-monthly "Amazing Spider-Man." How does the issue, with art from Marcos Martin, stack up? Doug Zawisza has the review.
"Babylon 5" creator and "Changeling" writer J. Michael Straczynski spoke at the Screenwriter’s Expo about his beginnings, his transition into feature films, and the benefits of the comic book format.
NBC has provided CBR with video from next Monday's episode of "Heroes" titled, "The Eclipse, Part 1." Find out what Arthur is up to, while Hiro & Ando visit a comic shop (owned by Seth Green) and Nathan & Peter go on a trip.
In December's “Thor: God-Sized," Thor, Loki and Balder undertake a quest to discover why their memories of legendary Asgardian Skurge The Executioner are changing. CBR spoke with writer Matt Fraction about the one-shot.
Being a big city cop is hard enough without a zombie plague, but as a zombie himself, Detective Joe Mundy has it even harder. Writer Jeff Mariotte talks to CBR about the new graphic novel.
With the penultimate chapter of the "Death of Marc Spector" storyline in stores now, CBR speaks with writer Mike Benson about "Moon Knight" #24 and his future plans for the anti-hero -- whoever he may be.
After creating “Water Baby” for Minx and contributing to Vertigo’s “House of Mystery,” Ross Campbell returns to Oni Press and his acclaimed series “Wet Moon" with this month's "Drowned in Evil."
This is your final day to rank your most favorite comic book battles of all time, which we'll reveal in an upcoming feature. Head over to Comics Should Be Good for the official rules and stay to CBR for the results.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "What If? Newer Fantastic Four" by writer Paul Tobin and artists Patrick Scherberger & Karl Kesel, on sale December 17.
The first African-American to get his own title from DC, a founding Outsider, a Secretary of Education, a husband and a father. But in Final Crisis, Black Lightning was forced to join the Dark Side.
Could Steve Rogers have found the right words to say? Maybe -- we wonder while Tim Kring walks down memory lane, court is in session on Arus plus "X- Men," "Smallville" and much more.
CBR brings you more than 40 previews of new comics on sale today, November 19, 2008, from publishers including Platinum, Wildstorm, DC Comics, Devil's Due, Dynamite, Image, Fantagraphics, Marvel and Dark Horse.
20th Century Fox has reportedly hired “Chuck” and “Gossip Girl” creator Josh Schwartz to write the next chapter in the X-Men movie franchise, to be titled “X- Men: First Class.”
With "Thunderbolts" #126 on sale this week, CBR Reviewer James Hunt takes an advance look at the first issue by the new creative team of writer Andy Diggle and artist Roberto De La Torre.
"Heroes" and "Crossing Jordan" creator Tim Kring educated the audience at last Saturday's Screenwriter’s Expo on the process of creating a television show, managing the writing, and the constraints of the serialized format.
Writer Fred Van Lente and artist Dennis Calero answer your questions “X-Men Noir!” Van Lente also talks up "Marvel Zombies 3" and makes an announcement concerning “Wolverine: First Class.” Plus exclusive art!
CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale from DC Comics and Wildstorm this Wednesday including "JSA Kingdom Come Special: Magog," "Supergirl" #35, "X-Files" #1 and more.
Before Joe Biden takes office, catch up with the often ignoble history of U.S. Vice Presidents with “Veeps: Profiles in Insignificance.” We talk to writer Bill Kelter about the 46 men who've been a heartbeat away from the presidency.
Forget lumps of coal! In “Moon Knight: Silent Knight,” the Fist of Khonshu is doling out cracked skulls and broken bones to those who've been “naughty.” We spoke with writer Peter Milligan about the one-shot.
John Romita Sr., Roy Thomas, Rick Buckler and Joe Sinnott, survivors of the legendary Marvel bullpen, met at The National convention in New York last weekend to share memories and Stan Lee stories.
Courtesy of Devil's Due, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale this week including "Hack/Slash" #17, "DemonWars: The Demon Spirit" #3 and "Halloween: The First Death of Laurie Strode" #2.
Marvel has released images and solicitation information for new comics on sale in February, 2009, including new issues of "Secret Warriors," "Captain America," "Ghost Rider," "Punisher" and much, much more.
Find out when you can get your hands on Themiscira's finest, plus Sammo Hung signs up with simians, wondering what Papa Petrelli's up to plus more in today's look at links, legends and lies.
With "Ghost Rider" #29 in stores this week, CBR Reviewer Chad Nevett takes an early look at the Jason Aaron-written, Tan Eng Huat-drawn issue that sees Johnny Blaze go skull-to-skull with Danny Ketch.
CBR sits down with Eric Lindstrom, Creative Director of Crystal Dynamic's much anticipated "Tomb Raider: Underworld," to learn about the title's innovations in gameplay, story and "Situational Adrenaline."
Ted Naifeh talks about "Courtney Crumrin and the Prince of Nowhere," working at Scholastic with Holly Black on "The Good Neighbors," and his (no longer) secret project.