X-POSITION: Yost Gives His X-Men an "Amazing" End
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Publisher Eric Stephenson tells CBR about capturing attention in the wake of DC's relaunch, a new ratings system, the future of "Image United" and big plans for Image's 20th year.
The second wave of DC's relaunch sees novelist and TV writer Gregg Hurwitz redefine Oswald Cobblepot in "Penguin: Pain And Prejudice." CBR talks to Hurwitz about the series and more.
Acclaimed creators Greg Rucka and Rick Burchett expand their adventure repertoire with the new "Lady Sabre & The Pirates of the Ineffable Aether" webcomic, telling CBR their plans for Steampunk swashbuckling.
In October, Marvel Comics will release the original version of "Captain America" #14 by Mark Waid and Andy Kubert. The writer told CBR why the Red Skull story never saw print and what it means to his career.
Award-winning writer Greg Rucka tells CBR first about how Frank Castle does and doesn't fit in the Marvel Universe and the conflicts that creates for him, the mob and the Avengers.
In one of the strangest, most shocking issues of the hit Image series yet, writer Nick Spencer takes CBR's Morning Glory Days inside the topsy turvy dream world of Jade from hangings to apocalyptic landscapes in "Morning Glories" #10.
As he and Rob Liefeld's new time-travel buddy epic "The Infinite" hits in August, Robert Kirkman tells CBR how he built the world of the future, why he's making deluxe print editions of each issue and how they'll make a splash at Comic-Con.
The Norse god played by Chris Hemsworth will return to the screen after "Avengers" for another solo outing in Marvel Studios "Thor 2" in July 2013 as director Kenneth Branagh steps aside to let another helmer call the shots.
From "Swamp Thing" and "Frankenstein" to "Demon Knights" and "I, Vampire," DC's new line resurrects a wave of classic monster concepts and CBR speaks with the writers behind them.
Frank Miller's long-gestating superhero vs. al-Qaeda comic will finish its march from Batman book to graphic novel as Legendary Pictures gives "Holy Terror" an official release date three days after the 10th anniversary of 9/11.
Acclaimed writer Scott Snyder moves from "Detective Comics" with Dick Grayson to "Batman" #1 starring Bruce Wayne with artist Greg Capullo, and they're looking for epic adventure.
The Man Without Fear returns this July as Mark Waid, artist Paolo Rivera and Senior Editor Steve Wacker talk "Daredevil" #1 in the latest "Next Big Thing" Call, talking guest stars, romance and the legacy of Gene Colan.
In the wake of the Navy SEAL mission to kill the infamous Osama Bin Laden, IDW has announced the graphic novel "Code Word: Geronimo" recounting bin Laden's final night to hit stores this September. UPDATED WITH ART.
A last minute swap sees an unpublished Kurt Busiek tale replace the latest chapter in "Grounded," sparking debate over DC Comics' reasons for holding back an issue featuring a Muslim superhero and CBR has new details.
The only teen who remembers the real DC Universe lands in a future not his own as writer Sterling Gates tells CBR how "Flashpoint: Kid Flash Lost" series takes the Flash Family forward.
Marvel Comics has taken a new death hitting stores this Wednesday to the national press in hopes of driving readers to shops. CBR has the spoiler-filled details. UPDATED with Marvel's official press release and new art.
CBR presents an exclusive first look at interior pages from DC Comics September relaunch as Francis Manapul opens up his portfolio to share a 2-page spread from "The Flash" #1 and its opening high speed train battle.
Movie goers who stick around through the end of this weekend's "Green Lantern" film will be greeted with a special end cap advertising Hal Jordan's comic adventures, and DC Entertainment shared a first look exclusively with CBR.
The legendary artist who makes his return to Marvel in the upcoming "New Avengers" #16.1 will apparently take his pencils next to the man called Logan as Neal Adams teases a Wolverine project with writer Christos Gage.
The award-winning Aussie actor is reportedly in negotiations to take over for the late Marlon Brando as Superman's birth father in the Kryptonian portions of Zack Snyder's incoming "Superman: The Man of Steel" film reboot.