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Oni Press announced today "Sidescrollers," a "gnarly" new graphic novel about three best friends who are generally considered the geeks of their school, when one day something unexpected happens. We've got a big-ol' 17 page exclusive preview for ya!
It's been in the news everywhere and now Marvel is talking about it: the world knows that Peter Parker is Spider-Man! We've just wrapped up live coverage from Marvel's press conference, which included writers Peter David, JMS, Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, and more.
Secrets are revealed and punches are thrown in "Moon Knight" #4, the latest issue of the acclaimed series from Charlie Huston and David Finch, and CBR News has a preview of the issues.
Life always places roadblocks in our way, but perhaps the most damaging are those that come from within. Writer & artist Von Allan spoke to CBR News about "on the road to god knows," which explores the way our minds can betray us and Allan's personal experiences in this arena.
Wakanda stuff can we see from the new DVD? Find out here, plus a latter day Blues Brother and the Tick get set to meet Sherman, we go script spelunking, Uma goes international, plus news on "Blade," "The Flash" and much more.
On July 10th, readers of "TV Guide" will get a preview of Dynamite Entertainment's "Xena" and "Highlander" comic books. We've got a first look at those images.
Frank Castle has had enough. Supervillains have obliterated a small town and heroes are too busy fighting heroes. So, The Punisher launches a new crusade against the super powered criminals of the Marvel U in the pages of "Punisher War Journal," a new ongoing series beginning in September. CBR News spoke to writer Matt Fraction about the series.
Sweet spirit, have we got a web-spinning spoiler for you. Plus Michael Bay talks about landing on Mars, Neil Gaiman checks in from the set, the Silver Surfer is going digital plus much more.
It was a busy holiday for "Superman Returns," as the film's domestic box office blazed past the $100 million mark. What's next for the newly invigorated Man Of Steel? CBR News has some answers.
Michael checks in with his final report from Heroes Con in Charlotte, North Carolina, with a look at how the day went and some announcements from various panels and creators.
In a special July 4th edition of Comic Book Urban Legends Revealed, Brian takes a look at three Captain America urban legends you won't want to miss.
Marvel Comics has released a preview of "Runaways" #18, which concludes the "Parental Guidance" storyline and sees the young heroes dealing with the loss of one of their own.
Michael Sullivan checks in with a report on Day Two at the Heroes Con convention in Charlotte, North Carolina, which includes some notes from the DC Comics panel Saturday afternoon.
The Daywalker gets in touch with his more communicative side, while Prince Adam hits the unemployment line, Uma gets a website, we follow the fortunes of the Man of Steel, plus news on "Hulk 2" and "Fantastic Four 2."
Those "Civil War" tie-in issues keep on selling out and we've got a first look at the finished second printing variant covers for "She-Hulk" #8 and "Thunderbolts" #103.
"Superman Returns" easily bested the competition this week, pulling in over $50 million dollars at the box office, and slowly closing in on the $100 million mark. How does it compare to other films? CBR News has the answers.
We've extended the deadline for the Nextwave: Agents of H.A.T.E. Crayon Butchery Contest through July 7th due to your requests, so you have until this Friday to enter to win a page of original art by Stuart Immonen & Wade Von Grawbadger! Click for more details!
With positive reviews from critics and fans, "Superman Returns" is heading into the weekend with strong word of mouth. Friday's box office figures are in and are they super? Or is the Man Of Steel now kryptonite to viewers?
Michael Patrick Sullivan files his first of three reports from Heroes Con in Charlotte, North Carolina, with the latest from the Cup O' Joe and Warren Ellis' appearance.
Eight weeks in to DC's weekly "52" event and Justin has the latest as he does every week, sharing his predictions and concerns as well as the panel of the week.
If you've seen advertising for "Superman Returns," you've no doubt noticed some scenes missing from the film, even though they're quite apparent in trailers, commercials and released art. CBR News takes a look at what we can expect from the eventual complete DVD release of this blockbuster film.
Anticipation is building for the upcoming "Marvel: Ultimate Alliance" video game. Today, Activision released a handful of new screen shots, as well as a trailer featuring the many non-playable characters who'll appear in the game.
Swords? Check. Sorcery? Check. Higher Powers? Check. Wildstorm's "Rokkin" aims to please fantasy fans and we spoke with writer Andy Hartnell to learn about this new monthly series.
This week, Brian Cronin looks at comic book urban legends surrounding the great Plastic Man, the idea behind "Darkseid vs. Galactus" and the first real appearance of Doomsday.