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Get close to Bruce Wayne, hits Amazon.com with Tony Stark, take a peek at Neil Gaiman's fantasy and discover there's hope for horror -- plus, what's up with "AVP2?"
In part III of a series, CBR News is joined by Alan Moore, Greg Rucka, Devin Grayson, Mark Millar and more to discuss the Comics Code, comics as a children's medium, and characters defined by stereotypes.
Courtesy of Shadowline and Image Comics, CBR News brings you a special look at Christopher Long and Ryan Winn's "Hiding in Time" #1, which is on sale now.
Alex Ross and Jim Krueger Unite for Dynamite's Golden Age epic, "Superpowers." Dynamite publisher Nick Barrucci spoke to CBR News about the project three years in the making.
In this week's installment, Peter David talks "X-Factor" with CBR News and mentions a three-way relationship that will send your head spinningâ€¦.
The Avengers battle the Autobots in the latest issue of "New Avengers / Transformers." We've got a preview courtesy of Marvel and IDW.
Cartoonist Eric Powell talks "The Goon" with CBR News as the Eisner Award-winning series returns July 18 after a one-year hiatus.
Big developments are in stores for Wolverine in this week's "Wolverine: Origins Annual" and new storyline, "Our War." CBR News spoke with writer Daniel Way.
Season premiere news for Clark Kent, Hiro with a lot to say and Harvey Dent flashing a grin, all in today's look at comics-related movie links, legends and lies.
Courtesy of Image Comics and 12-Gauge, CBR News presents an advance look at this week's "Paul Jenkins' Sidekick: Super Summer Sidekick Spectacular" #1.
In part II of a series, CBR News examines the portrayal of homosexual characters and themes in comics past and present. Joining us in this part: Alan Moore, Greg Rucka, Scott Lobdell and more.
Courtesy of Dynamite Entertainment, CBR News presents advance looks at new titles shipping this week including "Dark Xena," "Terminator 2: Infinity," "Painkiller Jane" and "The Lone Ranger."
Cartoonist Kyle Baker takes on the U.S. military in "Special Forces," a political satire from Image Comics. Baker examines what might happen when recruiting standards are lowered to meet quotas.
The Hero Initiative announces the Marvel Vs. DC San Diego Comic-Con softball game roster and auctions opportunities for fans to play for either team.
Marvel Comics has released artwork and solicitation information for comics and products shipping in October, 2007.
As the industry prepares for San Diego, Chi-Town's finest talks about picking up the gun, HBO still wants that old time religion, Al Gough speaks and the Joker hits the small screen.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR News presents an advance look at this week's hotly anticipated "World War Hulk" #2, including new panels you're seeing here for the first time!
In part I of a series, CBR News examines the portrayal of homosexual characters and themes in comics past and present. Joining us in this part: Mark Millar, Devin Grayson, Marc Andreyko and more.
Top Cow has released preview pages from "Unholy Union," a crossover with Marvel Comics.
Aragonés to be Harvey Awards Keynote Speaker!
Can two friends maintain the code of "bro's before broads" with the last living female on earth? Surviving the plague is just the beginning in Living with the Dead
The award-winning Perry Bible Fellowship comic strip features bitingly sarcastic representations of themes that include religion, sexuality, war, science fiction, suicide, violence, and death.
In an exciting break away from his limelighted character, Too Much Coffee Man, Shannon Wheeler delivers Screw Heaven, When I Die I'm Going to Mars.
Matt Fraction and Ariel Olivetti's "Blood and Sand" comes to a stunning conclusion, as the Punisher continues to wage war upon the Hate-Monger and his militant army of white-supremacists.
System Of A Down Drummer John Dolmayan To Join Winners At Lunch
Harley-Davidson Rides Onto the Comic Book Scene In Top Cow's/Kompany X's New Release, JOHNNY DELGADO IS DEAD.
*New Warriors #3* continues the adventures of the most rebellious team in the Marvel Universe!
Comic-Con International (Comic-Con) is proud to present the San Diego premier of the Too Much Coffee Man Opera at the Horton Grand Theater (Espresso Theater) July 27 & 28, 2007.
Renowned comic book artist Alex Ross will be signing at Keith's Komix, 528 S. Roselle Road in Schaumburg, Illinois, on Saturday, August 18, 2007, from 4 to 7 pm. Proceeds from the event will benefit Heartland Animal Shelter in Northbrook, Illinois.
The local publisher of acclaimed comic books and graphic novels such as 30 Days of Night and The Transformers has a position open for a qualified editor and will be accepting resumes from worthy applicants at their booth during the show.