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Mam Tor has provided CBR News with a fifteen page preview of Matt Coyle's gorgeous new graphic novel, "Worry Doll," which publisher Liam Sharpe likens to the works of David Lynch, Neil Gaiman & Dave McKean.
Spoilers, trailers, rumors and exclusives lead the day, plus new photos from two Marvel sequels, an idea of when we'll see Transformers, Batman's clothing choices and much more.
Kaare Andrew's fascinating tale of an aged Spider-Man has proved to be both a critical and commercial success, with the first issue selling out at Diamond. Marvel Comics has provided CBR News with a look at the reprint edition, and a preview of issue #2!
This February, "Civil War" ends and the rebuilding begins. CBR News spoke with writer Brian Bendis about the rebuilding he's doing in "Civil War: The Initiative" and "New Avengers."
The war between G.I. Joe and Cobra is about to heat up and CBR News spoke with the men in charge of the escalation, the new writers of "G.I. Joe America's Elite," Mike O'Sullivan and Mark Powers
Marvel Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping March, 2007. We've got the full list for ya.
A dangerously slow news day nonetheless has spoilers aplenty for Peter Parker and Sam Raimi digging in the crates for another hero to bring to the world.
DC Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics shipping March, 2007 and we've got the full listing for ya.
To commemorate the release of their own comic, hip-hop legends Public Enemy performed a surprise show for fans in the parking lot of Phoenix, AZ's Atomic Comics.
The Comic Book Legal Defense Fund has released a list of their year-end auctions, with proceeds going to defend comics creators and free speech all over the country. Featured items include original art, signed collectibles, and Frank Miller's actual chair.
Columbia Pictures is re-teaming with their go-to "Spider-Man" director to produce a new feature film franchise based on the legendary pulp character, The Shadow.
Will Bollywood's pride bring home the pride of the Amazons? We wonder while discussing noir with Angelina Jolie, adapting the Japanese, taking a ride with Thomas Jane plus "Legion of Super Heroes," "Perseopolis" and much more.
DC Comics has released pages from this Wednesday's "Sandman Mystery Theatre: Sleep of Reason" #1 by John Ney Rieber and Eric Nguyen.
Greg Hatcher tells the story of one of his 12-year old students, Tiffany, who was told she couldn't adapt a Tamora Pierce ("White Tiger") story for a class comic assignment because it was copyrighted. What Tiffany does next is a story that should not be missed.
Bored at work? While we wouldn't suggest goofing off on the job, joining the discussion in the CBR Forums is one way to make the time fly by. The forums have been recently upgraded with new bells & whistles, too!
This week, Robert takes some time out to respond to reader e-mail he's received since returning to weekly publication.
Veteran comics creator Martin Nodell, best known as the creator of the Golden Age Green Lantern, died Saturday. He was 91.
It's a week where Captain Comet has a bad, bad day, we get some clues as to Supernova's identity, Lady Styx has herself a meal and much more in Week Thirty-One of "52." Justin's got all the details and analysis.
With "newuniversal" #1 now out, it's time for a look at the second issue of the book. We've got a preview of "newuniversal" #2 by Ellis & Larroca, with three exclusive pages not seen anywhere else!
It's a trip through the halls of comics' -- and America's -- greatest shames this week in Comic Book Urban Legends Revealed! Racism! Abortion! Spider-Man! This edition has to be seen to be believed.