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News hit the Brazilian comics world today that longtime "Good Girl" artist Al Rio has taken his own life after a career that spanned many publishers and projects from "Gen13" to "Grimm Fairy Tales."
After years of legal battles, judgments and fines, Neil Gaiman and Todd McFarlane have settled their long-running dispute over the Medieval Spawn and Angela characters they co-created in "Spawn" #9.
Writer Nick Spencer is back on CBR to share new insights into the hit Image series "Morning Glories," delving into issues #14 and 15 with new info on the game of Woodrun, time paradoxes and a killer cheerleader named Zoe.
The creators behind the acclaimed YA graphic novel "Level Up," Gene Yang and Thien Pham pit video games against medical school, discuss the secrets of Pac-Man and debate their own comics collaboration as well as Tiger Mother parenting.
The war that's been simmering in the pages of "I, Vampire" hits Batman's world in a big way as Joshua Fialkov tells THE BAT SIGNAL what the Dark Knight is ill-prepared for, how Justice League Dark will factor in and more.
The cartoonist behind acclaimed autobiographical and satirical comics turns his talent to film, writing the screenplay for the wedding dramedy "Save The Date" starring Lizzy Caplan and Alison Brie which debuts this week at Sundance.
After a week of fan debate and controversy, DC Entertainment has officially unveiled its new logo, designed to adapt to various themes and mediums and set to debut on DC Comics' March issues. UPDATED with new art.
The new Image series from Jonathan Ross and Bryan Hitch will ship both its first and second issue this April with variants from Dave Gibbons and Leinil Yu. CBR has the exclusive "America's Got Powers" scoop.
2012 holds sequels and prequels for some of Mark Millar's biggest hits as the writer shares a look at the next phase of uber-villain Nemesis and the secret history of Hit-Girl's final mission with loads of exclusive art.
The superhero epic Mark Millar calls "my Star Wars" has a name as superstar artist Frank Quitely shares the first image from "Jupiter's Children."
Mark Millar reveals the origins of cooking up the superspy story at the heart of Millarworld's "The Secret Service" with Matthew Vaughn as Dave Gibbons shows off color art from the project in a CBR exclusive.
With five new series, his first film production, a new phase for "CLiNT" magazine in the wings and more, Mark Millar and his all-star collaborators are looking to carve their creator-owned corner of the industry in 2012.
Mark Millar and Leinil Francis Yu kick off a week of exclusive MillarWorld previews and news, revealing the opening of their heist comic "Supercrooks" as well as details of the series' cast and movie.
The writer behind hits from "All-Star Superman" to "The Invisibles," Grant Morrison being honored with his own comic convention, though scant details yet exist for the 2012 MorrisonCon.
With a new arc starting in "Justice League" #7, Geoff Johns and Gene Ha discuss team dynamics in the current DCU, hint at a new villain who attacks the core of the characters and discuss more about the industry's #1 title.
John Layman returns to CBR to reveal the secrets of "Chew" from the prognosticating powers that impacted Tony Chu's family on through the current murderous arc of baseball hijinx and more.
From the origins of their new Image series to the fuel of the darker side of reality TV and superheroes, Jonathan Ross and Bryan Hitch describe the story behind "America's Got Powers" while sharing a look at issue #1.
From the stunning superhero debuts of the year to the introspective graphic novels and from the most compelling print releases to the future of digital, CBR offers one last look at the 100 very best comics of 2011.
UK celeb comics scribe Jonathan Ross and superstar artist Bryan Hitch will bring their first collaboration to Image in April as "America's Got Powers" mixes superheroes and reality competition.
A longtime fixture of DC Comics titles including "Supergirl" and the recently relaunched "The Ray," artist Jamal Igle has announced the end of his DC exclusive while looking ahead to new work elsewhere.