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Kelly Thompson is often asked to recommend female-friendly comic books. Check out this list that you can snag on a $50 monthly comic book budget.
As "Punisher" heads into 2015, Nathan Edmondson focuses on the Howling Commandos and Frank's relationship with Rachel Cole Alves.
"Little Nemo: Dream Another Dream" is "a worthy homage to Windsor McCay and Little Nemo" with contributions from John Cassaday, David Mack & more.
After educating about hearing loss and cochlear implants, Iron Man has turned his attention to childhood diabetes in "Iron Man: Early Warnings."
Writer Flint Dille discusses the finale of his epic "Transformers" trilogy, which explored the previously unknown history of Megatron and Optimus Prime.
Bruno Heller discusses "Gotham's" upcoming plans for Batman's teenage sidekick and a number of his big name villains.
Writer Van Jensen and artist Bernard Chang discuss the current Green Lantern crossover, gender identity subtext and the future of John Stewart.
The gorilla's arc will mirror that of Slade's in "Arrow"; Elle Fanning, Chloe Moretz and Hailee Steinfeld rumored for young Jean Grey and more.
Masashi Kishimoto talks life after "Naruto"! Color Sunday funnies mark 120th anniversary! Why are today's newspaper comics generally so bad? Plus more!
Writer Nick Spencer discusses his new ongoing series starring Marvel Studios' next big screen hero, "Morning Glories," "Superior Foes" and more.
AJ Lieberman and Riley Rossmo's Image Comics title may be headed to the big screen, with "Guardians of the Galaxy" star(lord) Chris Pratt as its lead.
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Chloe Grace Moretz, Elle Fanning and Charlie Rowe are reportedly among the young actors who have met with Bryan Singer about joining the next X-film's cast.
Charlie Adlard, Jamie McKelvie, Emma Rios, Sean Phillips & Tula Lotay discussed the process of an Image Comics artist at Thought Bubble 2014.
IDW Publishing brings BBC's smash hit "Orphan Black" to comics, Bane creators Chuck Dixon & Graham Nolan reinvent a monster and more this February.
Check out more than 120 previews of new books available today from your favorite publishers including Marvel, DC, Image, IDW, BOOM!, Valiant and more.
A largely boilerplate episode finishes in strong form as the secret origin of Daniel Whitehall reveals new wrinkles in Season 2's story arc.
Barry Allen confronts his childhood tormentor in the form of Girder in an episode that initially feels clichéd but ends with an unpredictable bang.
"The Flash" executive producer Greg Berlanti has stated that the freshman series will "directly" deal with the concept of time travel in the winter.
Cullen Bunn answers your questions about the Master of Magnetism's family tree as well as his emotional return to the ravaged island nation.
New Star-Lord and Rocket Raccoon hooded sweatshirts have hit the market, mimicking the characters' looks from "Guardians of the Galaxy."
Noah Berlatsky argues that a female Thor or a Black Iris West isn't a radical reinvention -- it's keeping with decades of superhero tradition.
Thrillbent co-founder Mark Waid tells CBR about the final volume of his superhero series "Insufferable," which returned to Thrillbent last week.
DC Comics has provided CBR with an exclusive first look at upcoming variant covers including "Superman" #37 by Ethan Van Sciver & more.
The "American Vampire" artist's creator-owned series debuts in February, the Goon returns and Richard Corben's "Rat God" #1 arrives.
The young actor discusses bringing the Geoff Johns-created villain to life as an unstoppable, T-1000 style rage machine.
Jason Aaron, Scott Snyder, Kieron Gillen and more talk about their work, process and interests.
The longtime "New Yorker" cartoonist and National Book Award finalist talks about her memoir, which recounts the final years of her parents' lives.
Marvel has released a new "Guardians of the Galaxy" featurette that translates Groot’s catchphrase into 15 languages, from Czech to Mandarin.
Valiant Entertainment has released a first look at Matt Kindt and Trevor Hairsine's "Divinity" #1, launching in February as part of Valiant Next.
In another eventful month for Marvel, a famous Bryan Hitch cover returns in a different universe, "Elektra" wraps up and the Maestro visits 2099.
The world's most famous Sith's solo series debuts, "Black Vortex" explodes, "Spider-Gwen" goes solo and "Spider-Verse" wraps in February.
Snoopy takes to the sky as the World War I Flying Ace in a new teaser for the CG-animated film.
DC has revealed the next 10 new "Convergence" miniseries, which include the return of Azrael, Parallax, Connor Hawke, Gen 13 and more.
Rensuke Oshihiri and 15 Square Enix employees charged with copyright infringement! Political cartoonist Art Wood passes away. Adi Granov profiled! More!
Morrison & Burnham's "Nameless" arrives, "Spawn Resurrection" debuts, while "Wytches," "Saga," "Walking Dead" and more return in February.
Crime writer Jason Starr will pen the pint-sized hero's first foray into prose, which will star Scott Lang and his daughter Cassie.
Get an exclusive first look at the latest landmark Dynamite crossover in "Django/Zorro" #2 by Quentin Tarantino, Matt Wagner & Esteve Polls.
"Dead" beat "Sunday Night Football" in the ratings for the third consecutive week; assassins go after Bruce and Selina in a new promo and more.
Filmmaker Christopher Nolan has collaborated with artist Sean Gordon Murphy on a short story to address one of the mysteries of "Interstellar."