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Though Heath Ledger gets a much deserved posthumous nod for Best Supporting Actor for his performance as The Joker, Christopher Nolan's "The Dark Knight" has been shut out of nearly every major Oscar category.
Marvel Comics has provided CBR News with an exclusive first-look preview of the January 28th shipping "Captain America" #46 by writer Ed Brubaker and returning artist Steve Epting.
Image Comics has released graphics and solicitation images for new books on sale in April, 2009, including work from Frank Cho, Robert Kirkman, Todd McFarlane, Joseph Michael Linsner, Joe Casey, Chris Yost and more.
Dr. Manhattan goes viral, Logan shows his excitement, Mr. Sulu discusses a whole lot while we also take a look at "Push," "Brave and the Bold" and more in today's news summary.
"Captain Britain & MI13" kicks off the new storyline "Vampire State" in next month's issue #10, and CBR News speaks with series wrtier Paul Cornell about Count Dracula's attempt to conquer the United Kingdom.
Writer Jim Krueger talks about the first volume of “Project Superpowers” and teases what he and co-plotter Alex Ross have in store for the second volume of the blockbuster Dynamite Entertainment series.
Legendary actor George Takei delves into undiscovered country with his appearance on “Star Wars: The Clone Wars,” and talks to CBR the new “Star Trek,” “Heroes” and the late Ricardo Montalban.
As DC's Faces of Evil rolls on, CBR continues its look at the worst of the worst with Jericho, the body-snatching son of Deathstroke, and Green Arrow's enemy archer, Merlyn.
What classic rivalries do you love the most? Spider-Man and Green Goblin? Hulk and Wolverine? Batman and Joker? Superman and Batman? This is your last chance to vote at Comics Should Be Good!
Writer-comedian Joe Frice brings Portland's late-night talk show host Famous Mysterious Actor to January's “MySpace Dark Horse Presents.”
Beginning in March is "The Incredibles: Family Matters," the first in a new line of Pixar-based comics from BOOM! We spoke with writer Mark Waid about his work on the inaugural series and forthcoming Pixar titles.
CBR chats with “Uncanny X-Men Annual” #2 writer Matt Fraction about what Norman Osborn's Dark Reign and Emma Frost's past interactions with the Cabal mean for Marvel's mutant population.
Ed Brubaker's got some things to say about the Hollywood process, Fox picks up Christoper Chance, Marv gets lowballed plus "Transformers 2," "Spectacular Spider-Man" and more.
It's new comics day in the USA, and CBR brings you nearly fifty previews of new books on sale right now from publishers including DC Comics, Aspen, Dynamite, Image and Marvel.
CBR's Tim Callahan turns in an early review of "Uncanny X-Men Annual" #2, giving the book a rare 4.5 stars and saying "Matt Fraction's best X-Men comic yet doesn't even feature any of the classic X-Men characters."
Writer Christos Gage answers your questions about the “X-Men/Spider- Man” miniseries and shines a light on the “Avengers: The Initiative” as well. Plus exclusive artwork by the incomparable Mario Alberti!
Webcomics matter more than ever in 2009, and CBR News looks at five creators you should know on the shelves, at the show, and on the Web. First up is Jon Rosenberg, creator of the Douglas Adams-esque "Goats."
CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale from DC Comics and Wildstorm tomorrow including "Final Crisis: Superman Beyond" #2, "Green Lantern" #37, ""Robin" #182, "Mysterius: The Unfathomable" #1 and more.
With last week's release selling out, IDW provides CBR with an exclusive 12-page inaugural preview of "Presidential Material: Barack Obama," a new printing of which goes on sale February 4.
We continue our editor spotlight with Dark Horse Executive Editor Diana Schutz, who edits mainstays Frank Miller, Paul Chadwick and Matt Wagner, along with many of the publisher's "Art of" titles and other classics.
With Diamond Comic Distributors' controversial new purchase-order threshold threatening to dramatically change the landscape of the direct market, iVerse Media's Michael Murphey proposes a possible solution.
The former "Star Trek: The Next Generation" actor and superstar blogger steps into Batman's world, giving his take on classic Blue Beetle Ted Kord in this week's new episode of "Batman: The Brave & The Bold."