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Was there really a Dazzler movie script floating around Hollywood in the early 80s? Who created The Dazzler in the first place? And was Jean Grey really the second choice to Alison Blaire for the original "X-Factor" team?
CBR reviewer Timothy Callahan takes a studied, analytical look at the latest issue of DC Comics' "Final Crisis" #2, the latest issue of the mega-event by writer Grant Morrison and artist J.G. Jones.
“Final Crisis” #2 follows what may have been one of the most scrutinized debut issues ever. Does #2 deliver the goods, or is it a step back? CBR’s Benjamin Birdie takes a look at the work of Grant Morrison and J.G. Jones.
Courtesy of Radical Comics, CBR brings you a preview of "Hercules: The Thracian Wars" #3 by Steve Moore, Admira Wijaya and Imaginary Friends Studios with a cover by John Bolton, on sale this week.
Did "Superboy and the Legion of Super-Heroes" artist Jim Sherman design the logo for Major League Baseball? Was Clark Kent named for the elements? Plus more myths on the Micronauts.
Courtesy of Top Cow, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "The Darkness" #4 by Phil Hester and Michael Broussard with covers by Dale Keown, Stjepan Sejic, Kenneth Rocafort, on sale next week.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "Foolkiller: Short Time" #1, the new MAX miniseries by Gregg Hurwitz and Paul Azaceta, on sale in July.
Comics Should Be Good brings to your attention a new webcomic humor strip that may seem somewhat familiar, "Comic Critics" by Sean Whitemore and Brandon Harvey.
Courtesy of 12-Gauge/Image Comics, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "The Safest Place," the new political action/thriller graphic novel by Victor Riches, Steven Grant with stunning artwork by Tom Mandrake.
Courtesy of Aspen, CBR brings you an advance look at "Aspen Splash 2008: Swimsuit Spectacular." On sale this week, the book features pinups by Michael Turner, Ale Garza, Micah Gunnell and more.
Courtesy of Top Cow, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "First Born: Aftermath" by Phil Hester, Ron Marz, Stjepan Sejic, Ryan Sook and Lee Moder, on sale June 18.
This week, the twisty history of DC's Star Trek comics, the secret-secret origin of New Avengers' Ronin, and the even more secret origin of Justin Thyme, the immortal inker who never was.
Courtesy of Dark Horse, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "Conan the Cimmerian" #0 by Timothy Truman and Toms Giorello, on sale next week in finer comics stores for just 99-cents.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR brings you a first look at "Secret Invasion: Fantastic Four" #2 by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa and Barry Kitson with a cover by Alan Davis, on sale next week.
The Eternals return this week in a new series written by Charles & Daniel Knauf with art by Daniel Acuna. Does the first issue capture the Jack Kirby magic? Timothy Callahan checks in with a review.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "Moon Knight" #21 by Mike Benson and Mark Texeira, beginning the “The Death of Marc Spector” storyline.
Mercury Comics have provided CBR News with a preview of "Atomika" #9 by Andrew Dabb and Sal Abbinanti, featuuring a cover by "Astonishing X-Men" artist Simone Bianchi, on sale at conventions throughout the summer.
Did Neil Gaiman get c-blocked by Mike Mignola, Matt Wagner and Mike Grell? What's Jack Kirby to do with the CIA? What were Frank Miller's Daredevil plans post-"Born Again?" And does John Byrne have a problem with nipples?
Courtesy of Dark Horse, CBR brings you an advance look at "Star Wars: Dark Times" #12 by Mick Harrison and Doug Wheatley, the next part of the Star Wars line's "Vector" crossover.
DC Comics launched their third weekly series this week, "Trinity," by Kurt Busiek and Mark Bagely. Does the first issue work and how does it compare to "52" and "Countdown?" CBR's Greg McElhatton checks in with a review.