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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.
Courtesy of Image Comics and Active Images, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "Elephantmen" #12 by Richard Starkings and guest artist Rob Steen ("Flanimals"), on sale June 11.
Comics Should Be Good readers make their cases for books that were left off the blog's recent Top 100 Runs list, with arguments for "DP7," "Impulse," "WildCATS, "Human Target," Zot!" and more.
Did Johnny Carson apologize to Jack Kirby? Were DC's Blackhawks inspired by real flying aces? And who was the true identity of inker Crusty Bunkers? Or is that "identities?"
In our second "Final Crisis" review of the day, CBR's Timothy Callahan takes a look at the Grant Morrison and JG Jones event book and comes back with his own unique take on the much anticipated story.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR brings you a first look at "Avengers/Invaders" #2 by writers Jim Krueger & Alex Ross and artist Stephen Sadowski with a variant cover by Mike Perkins, on sale next week.
CBR's Greg McElhatton takes a look at the first issue of DC's big summer event series, "Final Crisis." by Grant Morrison and JG Jones. What did he think? Come inside to find out and look for a second review Thursday right here on CBR.
Courtesy of Radical Comics, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "Hercules: The Thracian Wars" #2 by writer Steve Moore with artwork by Admira Wijaya and Imaginary Friends Studios, on sale this week.
Boom! Studios has provided us with a preview of "Zombie Tales: The Series" #1 shipping next week and featuring stories by Steve Niles, Kim Krizan, Joe R. Lansdale, Eduardo Barreto, Daniel LaFrance and Jon Reed.
Did “Sandman” comics help actor Bill Hader’s career? Did a comics character inspire the word goon? And did Marvel once publish racy magazines? All that and more in this week’s Comic Book Urban Legends Revealed!
Courtesy of Dark Horse, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "B.P.R.D.: War on Frogs" #1 by Mike Mignola, John Arcudi and legendary artist Herb Trimpe, on sale June 5.
Courtesy of Oni Press, CBR brings you an advance look at "Resurrection" #5 by writer Marc Guggenheim and artist David Dumeer, on sale now in finer comics stores everywhere.
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR News presents an EXCLUSIVE 10 page preview of the newly revised and expanded edition of "Tim Sale: Black and White" hardcover collection hitting stores this week.
Did the Savage Dragon appear first in a Marvel comic book? Did Erik Larsen want to out Elektra as a Skrull back in the '80s? And did Google take its name from the "Barney Google" comic strip?
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR brings you an advance look at "Captain America" #38 by Ed Brubaker and Steve Epting, on sale next week. In this issue, Bucky Barnes may not be the only man dressed up like Captain America.
In the first of a new series of monthly series of questions asked by readers, Comics Should Be Good answers the query, "What ongoing series would you recommend to new readers?" Check out what the team had to say.
Courtesy of Dabel Brothers Publishing, CBR brings you an advance look at "Dean Koontz's Frankenstein: Prodigal Son Vol. 1" #1 by Chuck Dixon and Brett Booth, on sale this week.
Did Dick Giordano bring Steve Ditko to DC Comics, or was it the other way around? Did Legion fans really go to Jim Shooter's house to beg him to return? And who signed a million-dollar contract only to die before spending any of it?
Courtesy of Zenescope, CBR brings you an advance look at the "Tales from Wonderland: The Mad Hatter" one-shot by Ralph Tedesco and Joe Dodd, debuting May 30 at WW Philadelphia.