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Oni Press' post-apocalyptic epic continues this week with "Wasteland" #9 by Antony Johnston and Christopher Mitten, and CBR has an advance look.
Moon Knight's brutal crusade against crime takes him to the darkest corners of the Marvel U. We spoke with artist Mico Suayan and took a look at next week's issue #10.
Deadpool's summer will be busy in both "Cable & Deadpool" by Fabian Nicieza and the one-shot "Deadpool/GLI-Summer Fun," co-written with Dan Slott. We spoke with Nicieza about the books.
Courtesy of Dynamite Entertainment, we've got a ton of previews of their hottest new issues featuring Red Sonja, Battlestar Galactica, Highlander and Painkiller Jane!
Could that be Angel in a speedo? We wonder while checking out the election on NBC, teaming up Spielberg and Jackson and following Bruce Wayne to Great Britain, plus news on "Iron Man," "Wanted" and more.
NBC has released a handful of pictures from next Monday's season finale of "Heroes" titled "How To Stop An Exploding Man." Will our heroes save the world?
The "Smallville" season finale is going to be explosive, so register at www.cwtv.com/justice and get ready to see the Earth-shattering climax that six seasons have been leading up to, this coming Thursday, May 17, at 8:00 p.m. ET/PT on The CW.
Shadowline offers its first all-ages graphic novel!
Dynamite Entertainment announced today that the debut #0 issue of their all-new Jungle Girl comic book series will debut in July, and for just a quarter!
Fans have always wanted to know more about Jack Murdock and answers finally come in the form of June's brand limited series Battlin Jack Murdock.
Famed Creator to Appear for Final Issue of Long Running Series
Septagon Studios has announced that the company's first title, SCORN, is now available for pre-order!
Silent Devil's Dracula vs. King Arthur, the graphic novel created by Adam Beranek, Christian Beranek and Chris Moreno, has been featured as part of the Is It Real: King Arthur special for National Geographic Channel.
This June, resistance isn't futile-it's necessary-as Marvel presents the newest incarnation of New Warriors, written by Kevin Grevioux and illustrated by Paco Medina.
Top Cow Productions announced today that the three Witchblade issues tying into this summer's First Born will each feature a special guest penciler. All three issues will feature the same cover artist and inker along with regular series writer, Ron Marz (Ion, Samurai: Heaven & Earth).
Mid-Ohio-Con is proud to announce that one of the stars of the movie will be appearing as our special guest. Doug Jones, who portrays The Silver Surfer, will be appearing in person during both days of Mid-Ohio-Con.
DrMaster Publication, Inc. has just announced the publication of Iron Wok Jan, volume 24, the continuation of the popular series by author Shinji Saiyjo.
Zenescope Entertainment, publisher of the hit series Grimm Fairy Tales and the critically acclaimed Se7en, is proud to announce that Return to Wonderland #0 has sold out at Diamond. A 2nd printing of the issue featuring a wraparound cover that combines both of the original covers will be out soon.
The secret of Mr. Fiddlesticks is revealed! The Freshmen must come together to save one of their own!
Written by C.B Cebulski (the man behind the hit series Loners), with art by Ricardo Tercio, Spider-Man Fairy Tales #1 tells the story of Little Red Riding Hood like you've never seen before!
Top Cow Productions has released preview images from "Witchblade Takeru Manga" #4.
WIN DINNER WITH LLOYD KAUFMAN AT THE SAN DIEGO COMIC CON
It's the race to the "Heroes" finish line as writers Joe Pokaski and Aron Coleite answer your questions. They give lots of clues for tonight's episode, "Landslide" and tease a couple of really cool announcements.
The mayhem continues in "The Darkness" video game tie-in comics and we have a preview of "Darkness: Level 4" by Paul Jenkins, David Wohl and Patrick Blaine.
NBC confirmed today plans for the "Heroes" spin-off program, "Heroes: Origins." The show will feature new characters for viewers to vote into the main "Heroes" cast.
Marvel is pleased to announce that Ms. Marvel #15, the first chapter of the "Ready, A.I.M., Fire!" storyline, has sold out at Diamond.
Captain America may be dead but his ongoing series is continuing. CBR News spoke with "Captain America" writer Ed Brubaker about the book.
Tonight, NBC will air the penultimate episode of "Heroes" titled "Landslide." CBR visited the set of this episode and we bring you a full report of what went on, plus an interview with actor Masi Oka.
In Silver Surfer: Requiem #1 (of 4), the sentinel of the spaceways journeys to Earth to consult some old friends-the Fantastic Four-about something that just may mean the end of his galaxy spanning journey.
With the debut of another classic FF character re-imagined as only the Ultimate universe can, fans cannot afford to miss the "Silver Surfer" storyline in the pages of Ultimate Fantastic Four #42, written by the critically acclaimed Mike Carey and with pencils by Young Gun Pasqual Ferry.
Doug Jones is hard to find as Abe Sapien's nookin por nub, plus an Asian singer joins the race, some "Heroes" cast members chat it up and the Robots in Disguise are back, some even chasing a hot girl, plus "The Dark Knight," "Iron Man" and more.
This Summer, Aspen will publish "Iron and the Maiden" by Jason Rubin and Francis Manapul. We've got the details and an exclusive look at Michael Turner's cover.
The 2007 Eagle Awards were presented at the Bristol Comics Expo Saturday night in England and we've got the winners.
"Heroes" cast members Adrian Pasdar, Malcolm McDowell and Christine Rose talk about everything from the season finale to a possible Linderman/Petrelli connection.
While no new records were broken, "Spider-Man 3" continued its dominance at the box office, bringing in $60 million this weekend.
Robert continues his conversation with Mark Waid, this time focusing on "Brave and the Bold," "Supergirl & the Legion of Superheroes" any why describing a comic as "fun" could mean the death of a book.
We begin our weekly look at DC's latest weekly series, "Countdown," as Justin Eger and Brian Eason are back to tackle each issue from beginning to end.
It's finally here, the conclusion to the second volume of "The Ultimates." Marvel's provided CBR News with a first look at pages from "Ultimates 2" #13, out this Wednesday.
If you thought the "Heroes" previews we shared earlier this week were good, wait until you see these two additional clips, including a big reveal from Hiro's father!
Marvel has provided CBR News with a look at the cover to the August shipping "Nova" #5 -- who has apparently gone from dude to chick. What?