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After an amazing turnout and much deliberation, the winners for for Ape Entertainment's Cereal and Pajamas "Back of the Box" Pinup Contest have been decided!
Frank Frazetta classics head back to press!
Mystic Arcana: Black Knight continues the all-new stories of mystic arts in the Marvel Universe.
Based on renowned comic book franchise and developed by Starbreeze Studios, The Darkness brings gritty underworld action to next-generation consoles.
Prequel from IDW Publishing sets the horrifying tone of "30 Days of Night," to be released this October
DYNAMITE ENTERTAINMENT today released images and information announcing the second issue of their all-new SCI-FI series NEW BATTLESTAR GALACTICA: SEASON ZERO.
As series penciler Mark Bagley leaves Ultimate Spider-Man, handing over the reigns to the always amazing Stuart Immonen (Ultimate Fantastic Four, Ultimate Spider-Man #111.
"Will Tomorrow Ever Come?"-the first volume in The Complete Little Orphan Annie, by Harold Gray, to be published by IDW in February 2008.
Dark Xena #4 Available in August.
Acclaimed scribe Jeff Parker and fan-favorite penciler Leonard Kirk (of Agents Of Atlas fame) take the Avengers back to the 1950's for a team-up with the Agents of Atlas! To protect the present, the Avengers and Agents of Atlas must battle Kang the conqueror in the past.
Highlander #11 Available in August.
The CITY OF HEROES comic comes to a dramatic conclusion written by Sean "Manticore" Fish and Matt "Positron" Miller with pencils by dynamic newcomer Jon Landry.
This summer, the biggest, most exciting criminal heist is happening right here in the pages of Marvel Comics' Super-Villain Team-Up/M.O.D.O.K's 11 #1.
Top Cow Productions is proud to announce the upcoming release of the collected The Darkness Levels limited series.
In the tradition of historical epics such as Eric Shanower's AGE OF BRONZE and Marjane Satrapi's PERSEPOLIS, PARADE focuses on the personal side of an Italy torn apart after the First World War.
Dynamite Entertainment and Marvel Comics have released images and information concerning the first issue of the upcoming Spider-Man/Red Sonja Limited Series.
The New York Anime Festival (NYAF) today announced that anime legends Peter Fernandez and Corinne Orr will participate in the inaugural New York Anime Festival as its first Guests of Honor.
Launched by the Prologue that IGN.com calls a "Must Read," summer's biggest sci-fi epic, Annihilation: Conquest, continues with the pulse-pounding Annihilation: Conquest – Quasar #1 (of 4), as Phyla-Vell-- the daughter of Captain Marvel--takes center stage.
Silent Devil, a Los Angeles based production company, is proud to announce the 2-part graphic novel series Astronaut Dad.
The Eisner Award-winning team of writer Brian Bendis and artist Alex Maleev are back to bring you one of the most anticipated new series of the year-Halo: Uprising!
Prolific author launches "India Authentic" series worldwide.
Speedsters have always been at the forefront of great change in the DCU, perhaps more now than ever before. CBR's Brian Eason examines the grand legacy of those heroes who've carried the mantle of the Flash.
Temporally-challenged hero Ash stars this August in another in a line of successful mini-series, "Army of Darkness: From the Ashes." CBR News spoke with writer and Ash expert James Kuhoric.
Love ain't easy for teens and neither is high school, but being a gay kid in suburbia is even harder. CBR News spoke with Abby Denson about her graphic novel "Tough Love: High School Confidential."
Writer Marc Andreyko goes in-depth with Robert Taylor about "Friday the 13th," "Nightwing Annual," the "Torso" film, and, of course, his critical and cult favorite series "Manhunter."
Megatron speaks, Shaft goes to the races, Pepper Potts got hurt and the Bat stays in the Windy City, plus scoop on "The Drinky Crow Show," "Rent Girl," "Heroes" and more.
This Thursday, Jeph Loeb and John Cassaday bury and praise Captain America in the pages of "Fallen Son: The Death of Captain America - Iron Man." We spoke with both about the issue.
We have a huge batch of Image Comics previews for July 5th books including "Astounding Wolf-Man," "The Creature from the Depths," "The Pin-Up Art of Joseph Michael Linsner," "Dynamo 5," "The Ride: Die Valkyrie," "Alien Pig Farm 3000" and "Ward of the State."
In "Fallen Son: The Death of Captain America - Iron Man" #5, Steve Rogers will be delivered to his final resting place by pallbearers Black Panther, Ms. Marvel, Ben Grimm and Iron Man.
We've got more Marvel lettered previews for books shipping next Thursday including "Irredeemable Ant-Man" #10, "Ms. Marvel" #17, "New Warriors" #2, "The Loners" #4 and "Ultimate Power" #6.
Lots happened in the DCU this past week and Brian and Justin are here to make sense of it all, from this week's "Sinestro Corps Special" and how it plays into events in "Countdown" #44.
We've got a great handful of lettered previews for Marvel books shipping July 5th, including "Marvel Zombies/Army of Darkness" #5, "Runaways" #27, "Thor" #1 and "Uncanny X-Men" #488.
Writer Michael Avon Oeming talks with CBR News about the upcoming Dynamite/Marvel crossover, "Spider-Man/Red Sonja" #1.
Could Marvel only bring back Elektra if Frank Miller wanted to? Is Little Aubrey a Little Lulu rip off? Did the sequel to "Batman: The Cult" become a Punisher mini-series?
Kal-El's ready for his close up, the heroes on a half shell are poised to return, Jon Favreau suits up and Christian Bale gets serious, plus tidbits about "Transformers" and "Superman/Doomsday" to send you into the weekend.
As if Glen Brunswick's story and Frank Espinosa's art on the upcoming "Killing Girl" from Image isn't enough to pique your interest, how about a Frank Cho incentive cover? We've got an exclusive first look.
Cartoonist-Musician Craig Tailefer talks with CBR News about "Wahoo Morris," his rock comic about a fictional band and their occult dabbling.
The Bwahaha comes to an end as Giffen & DeMatteis' finish "Hero Squared."
David Peterson talks "Mouse Guard" on the Around Comics Podcast.
We published CBR's May, 2007 sales estimates earlier this week and now John Mayo is back with an analysis of those numbers, pointing out the big winners and losers of the month.