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The acclaimed "Hellboy" cartoonist re-teams with collaborator Christopher Golden to bring their 2007 novel "Baltimore" to comics with the all-new "Plague Ships" story expanding on the vampire haunted, WW1 world.
DC Comics Co-Publisher and superstar artist Jim Lee releases the first of his spotlight covers for Paul Levitz and Yildiray Cinar's "Legion of Super-Heroes" relaunch with a '70s-style Saturn Girl.
After his final word with Jeremiah Arkham, incoming "Detective Comics" writer David Hine explores two kinds of madness with the introduction of The Imposter and a regular gig on DC Comics' "Azrael."
Alex Ross wraps the world-building phase of his Dynamite superhero universe with an explosive throwdown between literal gods and god-like heroes. CBR spoke with Ross about "Project Superpowers: Chapter 2."
The next wave of B.P.R.D. stories finds a name, Dark Horse announces a new series of Mignola-inspired minis, and the origins of the Bureau's biggest stars from Abe Sapien to Lobster Johnson are explored in Chicago.
This summer, IDW relaunches the comic that birthed the entire G.I. Joe franchise with Joe creator Larry Hama returning to the continuity of his original Marvel run. We spoke exclusively with Hama about the book.
The pre-con meeting of retailers and publishers held of new series and trades from Marvel and DC and the unprecedented idea of moving new comics day to Tuesday. CBR has an in-depth report from the conference.
Superboy, Robin, Kid Flash and more will join forces on the Cartoon Network this year for an all-new DC Entertainment animated series on the heels of a confirmed Adult Swim-style MAD Magazine show.
Writer/creator Garth Ennis shared his thoughts with CBR News on why "Battlefields" Vol. 2 consists of sequels to the first batch of minis and why redemption for the supers won’t be in the cards for "The Boys."
The show organizer takes CBR News on a wrap up of the con from attendance to the scale of the show and from awareness to the future dates and location of the Chicago Comics & Entertainment Expo.
In the wake of the high-profile debut for the Chicago Comics & Entertainment Expo, CBR News catches up with responses from major players from DC and Marvel to Dark Horse and Image and more.
The DC Universe's bravest and boldest get the spotlight as creators including franchise mastermind Geoff Johns unveil plans for the lives of the Fastest Man Alive and the Emerald Warrior, and CBR has all the details.
The minds behind "Fall of the Hulks," from Jeph Loeb to Greg Pak and more, unite for an hour of talk on what's in store for the future of the Goliaths Green and Red in "World War Hulks" and CBR was on the scene.
Ed Brubaker takes CBR News on a guided tour of Marvel's cloak and dagger superhero team from how big characters like Nova and Valkyrie fit in to where Steve's Rogers grand plan plays out for Sharon Carter and the Irredeemable Ant-Man.
The Marvel Editor-in-Chief was joined by a lineup of talent and editorial to talk one-on-one with the fans of Chicago about the sequel to "Brand New Day," "Secret Avengers" and more. UPDATED WITH NEW AVENGERS ART!
The Marvel Editor-in-Chief unveiled the meaning of the internet teasers attached to him and Paolo Rivera, explaining how "One Moment In Time" is his long-awaited sequel to the most controversial Spider-Man story in a decade.
Geoff Johns leads the talk around DC Comics brand new bi-weekly event series "Brightest Day" and tie-in series starring resurrected heroes and villains with word breaking on fan favorite characters and even some "Green Lantern" movie news.
"Atomic Robo" writer Brian Clevinger lands at Marvel to reimagine the classic "Infinity Gauntlet" event as a wild action comic for kids in the form of "Avengers & The Infinity Gauntlet" and explains honoring and updating a classic.
An A-List lineup of Marvel talent, from Editor-in-Chief Joe Quesada to Jeph Loeb, hit the stage at C2E2, to bring all the news on new Ultimate series, official word on "Shadowland" and what makes "Avengers" unique.
With Bucky Barnes wielding the shield of Captain America, the original red, white and blue Marvel hero carries on in "Steve Rogers: Super-Soldier." We spoke with Ed Brubaker about the hero's new mission.