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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.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR brings you a first look at "Secret Invasion: Fantastic Four" #1 by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa and Barry Kitson with covers by Alan Davis and Mike McKone, on sale next week.
Marvel's big summer cross-over moves forward with the release of "Secret Invasion" #2 today. How was it? CBR Reviewer Timothy Callahan checks in with his thoughts on the issue.
Courtesy of Devil's Due Publishing, CBR brings you an advance look at "Halloween: Nightdance" #4 by writer Stefan Hutchinson and artist Tim Seely, on sale this week.
CSBG's countdown of the Top 100 Comic Book Runs as chosen by you is complete, so check out the list to see who took the top spots and where your favorite books landed.
CBR's Nationwide coverage of Free Comic Book Day took place on Saturday, with 17 correspondents reporting from 9 cities around the United States! Check out all the FCBD fun on CBR Live!
We've got some legal legends for you this week, with items on Rob Liefeld's "Fighting American" and Marvel's "Micronauts." Plus, who is the mysterious Conjura, and why are her powers exactly the same as Zatanna's?
The countdown of the Top 100 comics runs as chosen by you has reached #3! Check out Comics Should Be Good's master list to see where your favorite books ranked.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you a first look at "Mighty Avengers" #13, a "Secret Invasion" tie-in by writer Brian Michael Bendis and artist Alex Maleev, on sale next week.
CBR's Timothy Callahan checks in with a review of the .50 cent priced "DC Universe" #0, by writers Grant Morrison and Geoff Johns, that sets the stage for "Final Crisis" and much more. What did he think? Read on to find out.
Courtesy of Moonstone Books, CBR brings you an advance look at The Phantom #23 by writer Mike Bullock and artist Silvestre Szilagyi, on sale next week -- May 7 -- in finer comics stores.
Why didn't Marvel adapt Ozma of Oz? Was The Talented Mr. Ripley author Patricia Highsmith a superhero writer? And if the X-Men aren't even human, what are they fighting for?
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR brings you a first look at X-Men: Legacy" #210 by writer Mike Carey and artist Scot Eaton, on sale next week.
CSBG's countdown of the Top 100 comics runs as determined by you has reached the final fifteen, so be sure to catch up on 100-16 to find out where your favorite comics landed.
CBR reporter George Tramountanas has just blogged one CBR Live! that Grant Morrison will be working with Virgin Comics. CBR will have a full report on the panel later today.