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After the first full week of comic shops sales, CBR talks to retailers across the country about DC Comics New 52 titles to see what the fan response was, what shop owners want to see next and what books beyond "Justice League" hit big.
With over 200K copies for "Justice League" #1 and ten books rocketing past 100K in sales, DC's New 52 seems a major sales success as John Rood and Bob Wayne tell CBR how the company will adjust to demand and move forward.
In the midst of soft sales, big media pushes by Marvel and the aggressive launch of DC's New 52, we spoke to the publishers of BOOM!, Dark Horse, Dynamite, IDW and Top Cow about making moves in a world dominated by the big two.
With a long-standing day-and-date policy, a wide range of platforms and digital-only exclusives, Archie Comics is on top of the digital comics game as CEO Jon Goldwater waits for the full promise to pay off.
Nick Spencer is back on CBR to explore the cast of his hit Image series "Morning Glories," as murdering party boy Ike takes the spotlight ahead of this week's new issue #12.
With long-standing San Francisco-based WonderCon making a one-year move to Anaheim for 2012 and Chicago's C2E2 shifting spring dates to match, CBR News spoke with organizers about what this means for each's future.
Writers Matt Fraction, Cullen Bunn and Chris Yost team up for Marvel's latest conference call, revealing the secrets behind the hammer-hunting saga that is the 12-part series "The Fearless" and CBR is on hand LIVE!
As one era of the DC Universe moves to the next, a crucial new element seems to be moving from "Flashpoint" into DC's New 52 line of comics in the form of a mysterious female. CBR has the details.
Amid a whirlwind signing tour in New York City, DC Comics new universe point men Geoff Johns and Jim Lee share their thoughts on making character king in the New 52 vanguard title, "Justice League."
"Don't Be Afraid of the Dark" director Troy Nixey describes how his background in comics led to his feature debut, creeping creature designs and the art for the new book "Blackwood's Guide To Dangerous Fairies."
At the Midnight Madness release in NYC for DC Comics' first New 52 title, "Justice League," Jim Lee and Geoff Johns led a party that included Scott Snyder, Cliff Chiang, Dan Didio, Amy Reeder and a ton of fans.
Despite another new comic launching, classic space hero Flash Gordon continues the good fight in Ardden Entertainment's long-planned space epic by writer Brendan Deneen.
From the murkier corners of DC's New 52, Scott Snyder digs into the history of Alec Holland and describes how the horrifying and the human will play into his "Swamp Thing" series with EXCLUSIVE art from Yanick Paquette.
With the surprise folding of powerhouse Arizona retail chain Atomic Comics, CBR News looks at which comic shops remain standing in the greater Phoenix area for fans to hit up this Wednesday and beyond. [UPDATED w new store info]
With an official excuse seeming to be redundancy of staff since the House of Mouse will now distribute Marvel Studios films, Disney has let go the Marketing execs who have worked on movies from "Iron Man" to "Captain America."
The remnants of the media company once connected to Stan Lee continue their aggressive legal pursuits towards pop culture characters by now suing for profits and rights to "Conan The Barbarian" after its movie opening.
Could infamous Spider-Man clone Ben Reilly be returning to comics just in time to die? Marvel Comics latest "Spider-Island" teaser seems to be pointing in that direction.
Director Marcus Nispel, whose "Conan The Barbarian" reboot hits theaters this weekend has signed on with Liquid Comics for a Detroit-meets-Mumbai take on the supernatural Kung Fu genre.
Nicolas Cage is back as Marvel Comics flaming skull vigilante in a new film from "Crank" directors Neveldine and Taylor with plenty of highway carnage on display as CBR has full screen caps.
With "The Avengers" still in process, Robert Downey, Jr. and his former directorial collaborator Shane Black are looking for a leaner, meaner Iron Man for the hero's third solo outing.