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Are you a princess? A Webslinger? A Pokemon? Find out at CAPE at 2 pm when our judges pick out the best costumes from all age groups.
Anime Veteran Peter Tatara Joins Reed Exhibitions
Image Comics to re-release acclaimed graphic novel as a full-color serial.
New horror anthology from IDW and Simmons Comics Group coming in July
Image Comics has provided CBR News with previews of this week's books "Alien Pig Farm 3000" #1, "Spawn" #167, "Ward of the State" #1 and "Astounding Wolf-Man" #1.
It's the penultimate issue of "52" and Justin's here with all the details as we make our way to the final issue of "52." Plus, Brian Eason stops by with a profile of Rip Hunter.
Jim Lee has released images of the pencilled covers for the next three issues of DC Comics' much delayed "All Star Batman & Robin the Boy Wonder."
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR News brings you full color, fully lettered previews of "Omega Flight" #2 and more of next month's most anticipated new issues.
CBR's John Mayo takes a long, hard look at the March, 2007 comic sales estimates and draws some startling conclusions about the state of the industry.
Fans have been forming many theories about the identity of the new Ronin. We ran some of those theories by "New Avengers" editor Tom Brevoort for comment. UPDATED with a preview of "New Avengers" #30!
As part of our ongoing coverage of "Spider-Man 3," CBR News talked to actor James Franco about the hotly awaited superhero sequel. SPOILER WARNING.
Bryan Talbot's "Alice in Sunderalnd" is currently on exhibit at the Cartoon Museum in London, showcasing the lively art from the graphic novel. Shaun Manning filed this report.
Brian celebrates the 100th edition with double the legends, guest stars including Jeff Parker, Jay Faerber and Fred Van Lente, and a flashback to the very first comic book urban legend revealed!
Tony Stark knows the value of hard work, Clark Kent puts on some glasses, it's hard to be Frank and Xavier's nemesis finds direction, plus news on "Spider-Man 3," "Heroes," "Barbarella" and more.
After helping bring the Daywalker and the Dark Knight to the silver screen, comics impresario David Goyer will helm the spin-off, and we've got the details!
CBR's John Mayo has the estimated sales for the Top 300 Comics and Top 100 Trades with Market Share in March, 2007. Marvel led all publishers by a landslide and "Captain America" #25 came in at #1 with an estimated 290,000 copies sold.
With a special "First Look" issue shipping next week and #1 right around the corner, fan favorite author Paul Dini reveals all to CBR News about his new and mysterious femme fatale, Madame Mirage.
Top Cow Productions is thrilled to support Free Comic Book Day 2007 held on May 5th, 2007 with numerous signing events around the United States.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR News presents full color, fully lettered previews of "Iron Man" and more of next month's most anticipated new issues.
As part of our ongoing coverage of "Spider-Man 3," CBR News interviewed actor Thomas Haden Church about the highly anticipated superhero sequel and why he was so astonished by the film.
NBC has released still photos from the April 30 episode of "Heroes" titled "String Theory," the second of the final five episodes of the season.
Recent issues of "The Immortal Iron Fist" have been filled with intense action and astonishing revelations. CBR News spoke with co-writer Matt Fraction about the series.
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR News shows for the very first time the wrap-around cover for the "Gødland" Celestial Edition by Joe Casey & Tom Scioli, with an excerpt from Grant Morrison's introduction.
A speedster pops up in Gotham, Hiro meets Hiro, Peter Parker speaks as does Sparky the mechanic, plus check out data on "Whiteout," "Y: The Last Man," "Wolverine" and more.
With the release of "Amazons Attack" #1 today, CBR News and our friends at Atomic Comics talk with writer Will Pfeifer to get the inside scoop on the series, discuss recent events in "Catwoman" and have some fun along the way.
Eager to see what happens when Hiro meets Future Hiro? We have video clips from next Monday's episode titled "String Theory" with a look at what Future Hiro has been up to since the destruction of NYC.
"Fear Agent" is back with a tale of the character's origins and a new publisher. CBR News caught up with Rick Remender and Tony Moore for all the details.
As part of our ongoing coverage of "Spider-Man 3," CBR News interviewed actor Tobey Maguire about the highly anticipated superhero sequel and what may or may not be in his immediate future.
Burning down the house in old Gotham, magical news for a classic comic, The Prince speaks and Reed and Sue move into MySpace, plus more on "Spider-Man 3," "The Batman," "Heroes" and more.
Jason talks with Tom Beland about his contribution to "Postcards" anthology. Beland's story, "Time," can be read in its entirety exclusively here on CBR.
The biggest new series of 2007 continues in Mighty Avengers #3, as Tony Stark's new team of government-sponsored Avengers battle the all new, all female Ultron.
The critically acclaimed title returns with a trade paperback and second series
A new mineral, matching the chemical composition for kryptonite suggested in 'Superman Returns,' was discovered by a team of geologists in a Serbian mine, according to London's Natural History Museum.
DC Comics' new weekly series COUNTDOWN is set to continue in July with issues #43-40, solicited in the May Previews (Volume XVII #5). As with the first two months of the series, DC continues its offer of full returnability for qualifying retailers.
With JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #2 and the JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #1 Third Printing both sold out at DC Comics, these issues are being sent back to press for new printings.
Marvel Comics' Icon imprint is pleased to announce Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips' acclaimed series CRIMINAL has received two prestigious Eisner Award nominations, for Best Writer and Best New Series.
The 2007 Eisner Award nominees have been announced, with Marvel grabbing a whopping 11 nominations in 8 categories!
Second Annual Convention Grows from Two Days to Three and Expands Floor Space by Fifty Percent
tomic Comics, the Southwest's largest independent comic book retailer, will join more than 3,000 comic book retailers nationwide in celebration of the Sixth Annual "Free Comic Book Day" on Saturday, May 5.
Parody Press Comics has announced the upcoming release of "Hewoes #1," a comic book satire of NBC's popular superhero drama, "Heroes."