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As the mystery of the twins known as Jun and Hisao unfold in Image's "Morning Glories" #9, Nick Spencer gives CBR the scoop on their secret history, the inner workings of the Academy and how next issue will be the most controversial yet.
In the face of a devastating tornado that's destroyed many fixtures in Joplin, Missouri including the hospital and high school, local comic shop Hurley's Heroes is open and providing help for any who need it.
While the project from "TRON Legacy" director Joseph Kosinski boasts a $100 million budget, it appears as though the Radical-produced script and eventual illustrated novel "Oblivion" will star Tom Cruise in an apocalyptic turn.
With the latest round of content released for their summer event, DC Comics unveiled an in-depth map of "Flashpoint's" world, teases to the fate of monsters from Grodd to Frankenstein and unexpected debate over diversity.
To coincide with the start of principal photography in Christopher's Nolan's anticipated Batman film "The Dark Knight Rises," Warner Bros. has launched a viral game whose first prize is an image of actor Tom Hardy as Bane.
The acclaimed fantasy painter, occasional comics artist and former studio mate of Mike Kaluta, Bernie Wrightson and Barry Windsor-Smith has died at age 67.
The President of Archie Comics discusses running the resurgent publisher as a comic geek, the choice to make Kevin Keller a military brat, the rebirth of "Sonic" and the exclusive announcement on the digital future of "Jinx."
With a new arc in today's issue #7, writer Nick Spencer blows out the "T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents" history with tales of the past illustrated by Mike Grell and Nick Dragotta and the modern return of lost A-list villain Iron Maiden.
With its tenth and final season wrapping up tonight with a two-hour finale, CBR News gathers a roundtable of "Smallville" writers past and present including Jeph Loeb, Michael Green and Bryan Q. Miller to discuss the legacy of the Superman
DC Comics CCO Geoff Johns speeds into CBR for a rundown of the changes at the heart of DC's summer event "Flashpoint" including the secrets of the world's Batman and a first look at Andy Kubert's cover to issue #4.
From his early days as a comics fan through his pitch to bring the Thunder God back to earth to his work on the "Thor" film, J. Michael Straczynski tells CBR all about his Asgardian pedigree.
The artist of DC Comics including "Countdown To Mystery's" Dr. Fate serial and more has been arrested in Connecticut in connection to a thumb drive of illicit pictures of minors he reportedly gave to a funeral home.
Acclaimed comics scribe Grant Morrison will prep a graphic novel and film script called "Dominion: Dinosaurs Versus Aliens" for "Men In Black" director Barry Sonnenfeld and Liquid Comics.
In a one-two punch of behind the scenes perfection, writer John Layman looks at recent events in "Chew," from the cosmic conspiracy of NASA to the return of Poyo and the dastardly future which lays ahead.
Radical Publishing and "Avatar" actor Sam Worthington have tapped director F. Gary Gray for the film adaptation of Rick Remender's "The Last Day's of American Crime" in which Worthington will star.
The comic industry's summer giveaway is still going strong ten years in, and CBR News is on hand to celebrate with a roundup of events coast-to-coast, live coverage, extensive previews of all Free Comic Book Day Gold offerings and more!
Jonathan Hickman is back on hand for more news of the future of Marvel's Ultimate Universe – namely a solo mini for Ultimate Hawkeye which ties into the future of the Ultimates, X-Men and features guest stars including Hulk and Jean Grey.
New releases from Warner Bros. incoming "Green Lantern" movie highlight Corps members from Ryan Reynolds' Hal Jordan to Mark Strong's Sinestro and more obscure characters like Boodikka and Tomar Re.
The superstar painter opens up his sketchbook for a first look at the designs based on the King of Comics lost heroes for Dynamite's "Kirby Genesis," the forthcoming Kurt Busiek/Alex Ross epic.
In a special wrap up interview exploring six years of Joss Whedon's vampire hero in comics, IDW EiC Chris Ryall discusses the publisher bringing "Angel" back, the story behind "After The Fall" and the role of canonicity.