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CBR News talks to Warren Ellis, Paul Duffield and Avatar's William Christensen about the first print collection of the team's free weekly webcomic, “FreakAngels,” and what’s in store for readers in Book 2.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR brings you an exclusive first look at Frank Cho's variant cover of "Hulk" #8. Written by Jeph Loeb and illustrated by Art Adams, the issue goes on sale November 26.
Was Marlon Wayans paid to not appear as Robin in "Batman Returns" and "Batman Forever?" Who is the mysterious Black Bat, and what did Batman borrow from him? Plus Steve Englehart in this Batman-themed edition.
The most recent guy in the cape has something to say, Spidey may sound a lot smarter soon, Snake Eyes didn't get a new ride, plus "The Avengers," "Green Arrow"and more.
Legendary Spawn creator Todd McFarlane talks exclusively with CBR TV about his long-awaited return to the Image Comics flagship title with this week's "Spawn" #185, and hypes the upcoming 200th issue.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale next Wednesday including "Cable" #8, "Iron Man: The End" #1, "Marvel Zombies 3" #2, "Wolverine: Chop Shop," "X-Men/Spider-Man" #1 and more.
Screenwriter Justin Marks stops by CBR TV to talk about the process of adapting Tim Seeley's hit Deviil's Due series "Hack/Slash" and updates fans on the status of his and David Goyer's "Green Arrow: Escape From Super Max."
Fan favorite writer J. Michael Straczynski confirms The Shield, The Fly and Black Hood will be the first three Archie Comics superheroes folded into the DCU fabric in the pages of “The Brave and The Bold.”
After years of working in retail, cartoonist Norm Feuti has turned his experience -- funny and sad, bizarre and pathetic -- into the newspaper and webcomics strip "Retail."
CBR reviewer Greg McElhatton looks at "Hellboy: In The Chapel of Moloch," which sees creator Mike Mignola return to drawing Hellboy for this one-shot story, and says it's everything you'd expect from the comic. (That's a good thing.)
CBR speaks with Treyarch's Garrett Young, Executive Producer of the hotly anticipated "Quantum of Solace" video game, which gives players the chance to be James Bond in a game based on the "Call of Duty 4" engine.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "Invincible Iron Man" #7 by Matt Fraction and Salvador Larroca. On sale November 7, this issue guest-stars Spider-Man!
Five years after its European kick off, John Cassaday and writer Fabien Nury's World War II vampire thriller from Humanoids sees a full U.S. release starting next January courtesy of Devil's Due.
Garth Ennis may just get to cash that big check after all, plus a web comic gets a ticket to the big show, Batman may become a magician again plus "Angel of Death," "Heroes" and more.
Midway has released the first extended fight scene and character interaction footage from "Mortal Kombat vs DC Universe," featuring Batman vs Sub-Zero and Superman battling Raiden.
CBR takes a look at EW's recent piece on the latest season of "Heroes" and what they would to do improve the show. In this editorial response, we wonder if the Heroes have truly fallen.
Following news that DC's “Legion of Super-Heroes” will end with #50, writer Jim Shooter confirms he was fired from the book twice and shares what could have been for the title, including the introduction of a new Kryptonian.
CBR’s exclusive visit to the set of "Angel of Darkness" reveals the Ed Brubaker-written internet series starring Zoë Bell is a labor of great excitement and enthusiasm for everyone involved.
Todd McFarlane returns to guide his most famous creation as co-writer and inker, promising he and artist Whilce Portacio will deliver big stories and bigger changes beginning in this week's "Spawn" #185.
Creator Tim Seeley talks about the the delay with this week's Re-Animator crossover, his character's guest appearances in two other indie comics, the Scream Awards, and the latest developments on the Hack/Slash movie.
“The Cleaners” have the dirty job of tidying up after grisly crime scenes. But the stars of the new Dark Horse series by Wheaton, Fialkov and Ekedal are driven to use their talents to solve unsolvable crimes.
Can you see the future with Usutu the painter? We'll show you a peek, alongside some familiar faces amongst assembling heroes, a sneak peek at a girl you can't stop thinking about and more.
This February, Marvel Comics launches the next volume of its “Black Panther” series with a new #1 issue and a mysterious new female title character. We spoke with writer Reginald Hudlin about what to expect.