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The writer behind superhero hits like "Earth X" and "Justice" discusses his recent return to creator-owned work at Image as Jim Krueger reveals how "Foot Soldiers" is back not just as a reprint but soon as new apocalyptic adventures.
The writers of BOOM!'s "movie era" "Planet of the Apes" comics go monthly in September, and Gabriel Hardman and Corrinna Bechko discuss getting their stinking paws on the world with Alex Ross in tow.
DC Comics Bob Wayne and John Cunningham discuss the surprises held in the May sales numbers for print and digital, "Animal Man's" hit status, the grand scheme of digital comics and Zero Month planning.
Marvel's mega AvX event grew in its performance while DC's "Batman Inc." debuted as a top ten finisher in the May, 2012 sales rankings with orders topping 100K. UPDATED with the Top 300 Comics rankings.
DC Comics celebrates one year of the New 52 in September with "Zero Month," featuring origin #0 issues & new series starring the Phantom Stranger, Amethyst, Team Seven & "Night of the Owls" spinoff "Talon," Dan DiDio tells CBR.
Two of the horror comic pinup girls of the '70s continue their revival at Dynamite under the watch of Brandon Jerwa who promises weirdo superheroes in "Pantha" and major twists for "Vampirella."
For a special one-shot coda to "Night of the Owls," writer Scott Snyder taps fan favorite artist Becky Cloonan to draw an electrifying story that will introduce a major new player to the cast of Gotham City characters in "Batman" #12.
Before today's "P. E." finale, catch up with Nick Spencer's thoughts on the deadly "Morning Glories" arc from what terrors can make Ike a believer to the tricky nature of Jun's new romance and more.
DC Comics newest gay hero has been grabbing headlines, but Alan Scott's long journey to iconic status has many twists and turns from Mart Nodell's original mystic engineer to his relationship with his gay son Obsidian.
After hints of an iconic coming out, DC and James Robinson reveal original Green Lantern Alan Scott will be written as a gay hero in the pages of "Earth 2," as the writer shares word of GL's family history and future romance.
Tim Seeley and Mike Norton discuss their upcoming small town horror Image comic "Revival," its different take on the undead and their solo projects, including Seeley's "Ex Sanguine" and Norton's "Battlepug."
Mike Perkins and Marjorie Liu give readers a glimpse inside the most talked about moment of the week with alternate takes on Northstar's proposal to Kyle leading to the buzzed about wedding in "Astonishing X-Men" #51.
Artist Lee Bermejo discusses his and Brian Azzarello's "Before Watchmen: Rorschach," from the challenge of telling a story where the lead character's ending is already known to the controversy surrounding the project.
A new variant for "Astonishing X-Men" #51 presents the wedding of Northstar and Kyle by Marko Djurdjevic as Marvel Comics takes its promotion to the general public.
Creator Rob Liefeld explains why he couldn't stay away from his original Image creation as he teams with "Black Swan" writer John McLaughlin and artist Jon Malin for a twisted team in "Youngblood" #71.
As part of a new slate of comics from the "B.P.R.D.: Hell On Earth" setting, Mike Mignola is tapping new writers, artists and ideas to bring vampires close to Hellboy in "The Transformation of J.H. O'Donnell" while eying Abe Sapien.
Best-selling author Anne Rice spoke with CBR TV about her upcoming werewolf novel "The Wolf Gift," her relationship with Christianity and the upcoming movie adaptation of "Christ the Lord: Out of Egypt."
In an exclusive excerpt, writer Stuart Moore offers up a new prose take on the best-selling "Civil War" comic as first-time Avenger Spider-Man sees the devastation in Stamford, CT and weighs life as a single superhero.
Dan Slott discusses all things "Amazing Spider-Man" with CBR TV, from Spidey's new found penchant for variety in his wardrobe to traveling to the "Ends of the Earth" to battle Doc Ock's sinister plans and the big issue #700!
In a new venture from POW! Entertainment and Archie Comics, legendary writer Stan Lee pokes fun at himself via the "reality comic book" series "Stan Lee's Mighty 7," and he says personality, collaborators and villains all impact the comic.