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Webcomic "LaMuse" takes a short break before Season Two launches in August.
This week, X-Men Group Editor Axel Alonso answers your questions about the X-Universe with some new clues. Can you handle the truth?!? Plus, more pages from "Endangered Species."
This August, the JSA's past comes back to haunt Mr. Terrific in a three-part story arc beginning in "JSA Classified" #29, written by "Rex Mundi" creator Avrid Nelson and we've go the details.
Jim Gordon's family comes into view, Brian Bendis talks movie deals, Neil Gaiman's daughter guest blogs, Jon Voight keeps laughing, plus scoop on "Conan," "Watchmen" and more.
CBR News caught up with Brian Michael Bendis for a chat about the writer's new projects including "Daredevil: End of Days," as well as his ongoing work to bring his indie comics to the big screen.
Image Comics' indie hit "Phonogram" is out in trade paperback this month, and CBR News jammed with creators Kieron Gillen & Jamie McKelvie about music, magic and why those things matter.
David Peterson, the creator of "Mouse Guard," speaks about the sequel to his award-winning book and the beloved series' long-term plans.
Marvel Comics has provided CBR News with an advance look at "Captain America" #28, continuing the controversial "Death of a Dream" storyline.
Incoming "Justice League of America" writer Dwayne McDuffie reveals a new member joins the team in the Green Arrow/Black Canary Wedding Special, but for how long remains anybody's guess!
The casting buzz around the Alan Moore adaptation is hard to ignore and hard to believe, while we check in on Stark's activities, see two indies cash a big check and talk the likes of "Spider-Man 4," "Transformers," "Wanted" and more.
This Wednesday, readers will meet the ultimate version of Norrin Rad in "Ultimate Fantastic Four" #43. We spoke with Mike Carey about what fans can expect from the rest of the "Silver Surfer" story arc and beyond.
Joss Whedon is auctioning a dinner with five lucky fans this year at Comic-Con in San Diego, with the proceeds going to the human rights organization Equality Now. We spoke with Whedon about the auction and got the latest on "Buffy."
Writer Dave Rodriguez is bringing da "Starkweather" back to stands with the help of Archaia Studios Press and author Piers Anthony!
Marc Guggenheim explains why Bart Allen's meteoric rise to the title of "The Flash: Fastest Man Alive" was snuffed out after just thirteen issues, and tells CBR what he's up to next.
What's up with Jon Favreau in Vegas? We wonder while figuring out the Robots in Disguise, chatting up Tim Kring and considering Neil Gaiman in today's look at links, legends and lies.
CBR's John Mayo has the estimated sales for the Top 300 Comics and Top 100 Trades with Market Share in May, 2007. Marvel led all with "Fallen Son: Death of Captain America - Captain America," selling an estimated 169k copies.
Arcana's "Kade" is back with a 25-cent issue and a Greg Horn cover. How can you say "no" to that? Creator Sean O'Reilly spoke with us about "Shiva's Sun."
Courtesy of Top Cow Productions, CBR brings you an advance look at "Witchblade" #108, shipping in July.
This month in "X-Men" #200 the cast must deal with the return of an old and highly lethal threat, the Marauders. CBR News spoke with writer Mike Carey about the coming clash.
Courtesy of Dynamite Entertainment, CBR presents advance looks at the publisher's newest issues shipping this week including "Red Sonja" #23, "Battlestar Galactica" #11 and "The Boys" #8!
Here's looking at you, Tony -- plus we take in all the data from Cybertron we can handle, poke around Bruce Wayne's Chicago digs and add another cast member to the hit NBC series, plus news about "Stardust," "Shazam" "Hulk" and more.
Marvel Editor Nick Lowe is currently tasked with keeping most of the X-Books on time, which can't be an easy job. Robert sits down with Nick to discuss how he got his start, what is required of an editor and much more.
We've got a whole bunch more Marvel previews for you, including "Black Panther" #28, "Daredevil" #98, "Fantastic Four" #547, "Immortal Iron Fist" #6, "She-Hulk" #19, "Silver Surfer: Requiem" #2, "Thunderbolts" #115 and "World War Hulk: Front Line" #1.
We've upgraded the server hosting the CBR forums and it's blazing fast, baby! Plus, we've added a forum dedicated to DC's weekly series "Countdown." Come check out one of the busiest and most eclectic forums on the 'net!
Marvel Comics has provided CBR News with previews of June 27th shipping X-titles "Silent War" #6, "X-Factor" #20, "X-Men" #200 and "X-Men: First Class" Vol. 2 #1.
As they are each and every week, Brian and Justin are here to go over what happened in the latest issue of DC's weekly series "Countdown," give you loads of background information and help you understand what's happening.
Paramount Pictures has released a whole slew of new images from the upcoming feature film adaptation of "Stardust" and we've got 'em for ya.
Rapper Percy Carey was shot, paralyzed and sent to prison before reemerging as a force in music and now in comics, with the autobiographical "Sentences." CBR's Emmett Furey conducted an extensive interview with the artist better known as MF Grimm.
As the Thunderbolts prepare to conclude their first adventure, CBR News checked in with editor Molly Lazer to find out how the hero hunters are holding up and what's next for the book.
Marvel Comics has provided CBR News with an advance look at "New X-Men" #40, continuing the exciting "Quest for Magik" storyline.
CBR News received from Marvel Comics this morning a cryptic image and message indicating big changes in store for at least one member of Heroes For Hire....
At a press conference this week, creator Tim Kring and the entire cast of "Heroes" announced the upcoming "Heroes" World Tour and revealed a few tidbits about Season 2. CBR News has an extensive report and photos.
In this week's edition, J.M DeMatteis on the Man-Thing-Spectre connection; Rob Liefeld and Chuck Dixon on Captain America; plus the secret origin of Steve Epting!
Kansas' strangest town may double its count of young billionaires (again), Megatron invades living rooms everywhere, Gotham City could be scarier than expected and tons from Tim Kring to come, all to finish off your week.
"Endangered Species" has hit the stands and "Messiah Complex" has been announced. Got questions? Mike Carey stops by this week to talk with you the reader and give you answers. Plus loads of ES preview art!
"Potter's Field," Mark Waid's first creator-owned work in years, launches this August from BOOM! Studios. Today, Waid stops by CBR News to share a revealing chat he had with series artist Paul Azaceta.
With the Steve Niles/Bernie Wrightson series "City of Others" running at full steam, we sat down with Wrightson for an update on the book and to discuss his lengthy career in comics.
Marvel Comics has provided CBR News with an advance look at "X-Factor" #21, featuring the return of the Isolationist and the answers a decade's long mystery.
This August, the long-running case of Georgia v. Gordon Lee will finally go to trial, with court costs expected to hit $20,000. The Comic Book Legal Defense Fund needs your help.
Jon Voight speaks of playing make believe, Tony Stark may have a SHIELD to duck behind, the Tumbler is gonna make the Ryan look like it's standing still (again) and Wesley Gibson may have to kneel before Zod, plus Neil Gaiman, the new Spidey cartoon and more.