REVIEW: Violent, Profane "Deadpool" Shouldn't Work, But Really F---ing Does
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Last week, CBR's review staff tackled 23 newly released comics, including titles like "Justice League: The Rise & Fall Special" #1, "Punishermax" #5, "The Twelve: Spearhead" #1 and indie comics like Oni's "Ghost Projekt" #1.
Will "Twilight" graphic novel's debut today spark a new wave of phenomenon? "Flash Comics" #1 sells for $450,000! Thursday passes nearly sold out for Comic-Con! Checking in with C2E2 and Longbox! Plus more!
In the latest turn of events for an already complex legal story, Jack Kirby's heirs have filed sued Marvel and Disney to terminate the copyrights on and share in the profits of his most popular co-creations.
IDW has provided CBR with an EXCLUSIVE first look at Simon Furman and Carlos Magno's comics sequel to "Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen" featuring Soundwave and Ravage.
Marvel Comics has provided CBR with an EXCLUSIVE first look at Paco Medina's interior art for the final issue of Cable's monthly series by Duane Swierczynski, co-starring...could that be BABY Deadpool?!?
CBR's Timothy Callahan awards Sterling Gates and James Robinson's Man of Steel special four stars, calling it "a refreshing change of pace for the Superman universe."
Industry braces for Thursday's mad rush on hotel rooms for Comic-Con! More on last week's Amazon glitch! A snapshot of the increasingly grim comic-strip market! John Romita Jr. discusses "Kick-Ass"! Plus more!
In a preview of CBR's Emerald City photo parade, ROBOT 6 takes a closer look at the mysterious Marvel-branded "O.M.I.T." guitar picks handed out Sunday at the Kirby Krackle-Joe Quesada concert.
Join CSBG's Greg Hatcher as he begins an multi-part exploration of pulp magazines that are almost like prototypes for the comic books of the Golden Age. Greg kicks the series off with an examination of "Captain Future."
After a pricing glitch last Sunday, Amazon.com has temporarily stopped selling graphic novels from several comic publishers. ROBOT 6 talks to a couple of impacted publishers to see what it means for their business.
Cartoonist Graham Annable has a new collection coming out from Dark Horse Comics in April, and ROBOT 6's Chris Mautner catches up with him on all things Grickle.
After interviewing editor Mariah Huehner about the announcement of "Girl Comics" two months ago, CSBG's Kelly Thompson read the first issue - find out whether or not it succeeded in living up to her expectations!
Courtesy of Dynamite, CBR presents a First Look at Matt Wagner and Aaron Campbell's "The Green Hornet: Year One" #1 which will be shipping three weeks early to comic stores, next Wednesday March 17.
It's a special edition of Comic Book Legends Revealed this week, devoted to writer Roger Stern! Learn the shocking original ending to X-Men vs. Avengers! And why, exactly, did Stern stop writing Captain America? Read on and learn...
Marvel's Ike Perlmutter joins Forbes list of world billionaires! Barnes & Noble dubs Molly Crabapple's graphic novel "too pornographic"! How much could the Amazon price glitch cost Diamond? Plus much more!
When the iPad launches in the United States, the media slate's highly organized e-book app will feature "Comics & Graphic Novels" among its top-tier categories. ROBOT 6 has details.
A ROBOT 6 reader checked in to feature his collection, post-8.8 earthquake, showing a good-natured reaction to the tragedy while offering ideas on how comic fans can help in the Chilean relief effort.
James Hunt reviews "DEMO" #2 and gives it a rare 5-star review, saying of Brian Wood and Becky Cloonan's collaboration, "The results are far better, and more re-readable than virtually anything else on the shelves."
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Siege" #3, including all the variant covers. The issue, written by Brian Michael Bendis with art by Olivier Coipel will hit stores next Wednesday, March 17.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Punisher" #15, the continuation of the Frankencastle storyline by Rick Remender and Roland Boschi. The issue is slated to shamble into stores on March 31.