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Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of Moon Knight #18 by Mike Benson and Max Mark Texeira, on sale in May and featuring the first full look at the Black Spectre in armor.
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR brings you an advance look at Todd Dezago and Craig Rosseau's new project, The Perhapanauts #1, featuring a cover by Art Adams.
Courtesy of Dynamite, CBR brings you an advance look at June's The Man With No Name: The Good, The Bad And The Uglier #1, featuring exclusive pages.
Did Mike Grell write 80 issues of Green Arrow without ever using the words "Green Arrow?" Is Matt Wagner hopelessly ashamed of the first Grendel comics? Plus, Nextwave: Agents of L.I.T.I.G.A.T.I.O.N.
Marvel Comics has provided CBR News with an exclusive first look preview of "Iron Man" #28, out next Wednesday, April 16th, by writers Daniel & Charles Knauf and artist Roberto De La Torre.
Just in are the first ten in CSBG's list of the Top 100 comic book runs as voted by you! See where titles like Grendel, Strangers In Paradise, nextwave, The Question and Acme Novelty Library ranked!
Courtesy of IDW Publishing, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "Stark Trek - Assignment: Earth" #1 by John Byrne.
Courtesy of Dark Horse, CBR brings you an advance look at "Rex Mundi" #11 by Avrid Nelson and Juan Ferreyra, on sale April 16.
This week in Comic Book Urban Legends Revealed: the madness of Barry Windsor-Smith, the trials of the Masked Marvels, and the pornography of Gil Kane -- wait, what?
Courtesy of Marvel's ICON imprint, CBR brings you a ten-page first look at "Criminal" #2, the second of three new stand-alone issues by Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips, on sale next week.
In an effort to keep the biggest superhero comics story of the decade as simple as possible, Comics Should Be Good have put together a helpful FAQ concerning the legalities and implications of the landmark Court ruling on the copyright to Superman.
Mark shares a story of what might have been had legendary director Orson Welles been able to produce and star in what would have been the very first Batman feature film, back in the 1940s. The film, as well all know, was never realized.