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Billy Batson may have found some direction, Pyro heats up, Arthur Curry pokes his head above water and Thomas Haden Church hits the gym, plus much more in the week's penultimate look at links, legends and lies.
For a little over a month now, Marvel Executive Editor Tom Brevoort has been talking with fans about "Civil War" right here on CBR's "Civil War" Forum. Today, we bring you a best of from the Q&A. Those of you interested in getting in on the fun, it's not too late! Details inside.
You read the headline right! Marvel has announced they'll release a variant edition of "Nextwave" #5 that you can color yourself with crayons.
DC Comics announced they're sending seven sold out issues back to press. We've got the full list and some new covers for you to check out. Updated
The road to "Civil War" has begun and on May 3rd the Marvel Universe will be plunged into chaos as its champions are split into opposing camps in the pages of "Civil War" #1. CBR News spoke with "Civil War" writer Mark Millar about his epic tale.
Silent Devil has provided CBR News with an exclusive look at their upcoming title "Death Comes to Dillnger" #2, a western tale that finds Death riding into town ready to cause some serious trouble.
Who's the latest curvy starlet being discussed for a seat on the invisible plane? We find out, while looking at adaptations from Asia, further proof that symbiotes need screen time and more. Updated 1:00 PM with new stills from "Superman Returns."
Marvel Comics has released preview pages from May 3rd shipping titles "Civil War" #1, "Marvel Team-Up" #20, "Annihilation: Silver Surfer" #2 and "Exiles" #80.
DC Comics has announced that Carlos D'Anda will be providing a bonus cover for "Skye Runner" #1 out later this month. This cover joins the already-announced covers by Alé Garza & Richard Friend and Jim Lee & Richard Friend. We've got a look at the covers for ya.
What happens when the Grim Reaper has a nervous breakdown and turns to his cousin's nephew's son to fill his shoes while he takes a break? Writer Dwight MacPherson tackles that question in "Jim Reaper: Week One."
Activision has released new screenshots, renders and a trailer for the forthcoming "X-Men: The Official Game," and we've got 'em available for you.
Tons of news coming in from the final semester at Xavier's, while animated Gotham City may get a mechanized menace, Peter Parker cleans up after himself, Bryan Singer works really hard and more in today's look at links, legends and lies.
Marvel Comics has announced French artist Phil Briones will provide interiors on the upcoming "White Tiger" series by Tamora Pierce.
Quad City is home to many bizarre, macabre and sinister denizens. Later this month, their days are numbered because they'll be the prey of characters like the Arkadian and Nightwolf. CBR News spoke with Stephen Antczak, the writer of "Arkadian: No Witness" and "Nightwolf" #0, about both books coming from Devil's Due.
We get you closer to Frank Miller's Spartan adventure, Peter Parker's third cinematic outing an just for fun, Optimus Prime. Meanwhile, Martha Kent gets more to do, Doc Magnus may make his way to cineplexes and much more.
Joshua Ortega and Francis Manapul's work on "Necromancer" received rave reviews, but the title's coming to a close with issue #6. Ortega updates readers on the future of that title, what would have been had "Beowulf" continued publishing and much more.
With "Fables" #50 due in just a couple of months, as well as a spin-off series and an original graphic novel on the way, the little universe Bill Willingham created is expanding quite a bit. CBR News sat down with Willingham for a long chat about where the series and it's related books are headed.
The Sandman bares his soul and we find out when zombies will next hit cineplexes across the land. We've got Sue Storm chatting it up, last call at the Watchtower, plus "Smallville," "X-Men 3" and more to finish off your week.
Marvel Comics just wrapped up a "Civil War" press conference, with writer Mark Millar in attendance. CBR has all the big news for you, including the origin of "Civil War" and how Mark Millar's family is participating in the event. Updated.
Marvel Comics issued a release today updating fans on the health of Chris Claremont, who was recently overcome by exhaustion and cardiac stress while attending a conference in Italy.
It's rare that a new super hero comic survives its first year, but Image Comics' "Noble Causes" has bucked the trend. Writer Jay Faerber spoke to CBR News about the book's longevity and what's next.