Miles Morales, Iron Man & Captain America Round Out "All-New, "All-Different Avengers"
Showing results 1607-1626 of 2002
Days away from Reed Exhibitions debut in the Windy City, Lance Fensterman opens up about the Chicago Comic & Entertainment Expo, from making the event a national success to keeping things comics-centric.
The writer behind the fan favorite series "Captain Britain and MI-13" steps in to the Man of Steel's longest-running comic, focusing on Lex Luthor while Marc Guggenheim steps aside for more mysterious DC work.
The comics publishing powerhouse Marvel Comics moves their book store distribution away from longtime partner Diamond Book Distributors and into the hands of industry leader Hachette, effective September 1.
Writer Brad Meltzer returns to CBR to talk about how the pivotal "F#@%ing" issue of Joss Whedon's ongoing serial from making the sex matter in multiple ways to tying together Buffy's big mythological threads and the fate of Spike.
The longtime leader of the entire X-Universe again expands upon his untapped ideas to bring the original teen team of mutantkind right back to where they started from with a new five-issue mini featuring original cast and creators.
Mike Mignola announces the next two miniseries in his and artist Duncan Fegredo's ongoing run of Hellboy stories, bringing that series to a conclusion and expanding upon the book's use of mythological resources.
The long-awaited Italian X-Men project from the legendary writer and artist Milo Manara is finally on its way to the U.S., and Chris Claremont tells CBR how he made the female-centric project both classic and accessible to new fans.
CBR's ongoing discussion with Hulk epic architects Jeph Loeb, Greg Pak and Jeff Parker continue as the trio address the fallout from the just wrapped "Fall of the Hulks," from best laid plans to big gamma changes.
UK star Andrew Lincoln earns the right to fight "The Walking Dead" as AMC and director Frank Darabont have cast the "Love Actually" actor to take on the role of Rick Grimes in the adaptation of Robert Kirkman's zombie epic.
After Marvel's incoming "Second Coming" event delivers its promised status quo changes, the heroes of mutantdom's well-known revival welcome the "Dark X-Men" penciler on for a new arc full of old friends and new surprises.
Marvel Comics Executive Vice President of Digital Media Ira Rubenstein speaks with CBR News about the launch app for Apple's iPad that has everyone talking and what about the device works for Marvel right now.
The artist behind Dark Horse's upcoming Free Comic Book Day special relaunching the Gold Key superhero Doctor Solar will join Jim Shooter on the ongoing series, and CBR has an exclusive first look at the cover.
With he and Frank Miller's Batman serial set to return as a monthly in 2011, superstar artist and DC Co-Publisher Jim Lee opened up to CBR about the delays, the title change and his creative future.
In his first interview on the long-awaited project, legendary cartoonist Neal Adams describes what brought him back to the Dark Knight, how his storytelling and collaborative skills will be put to the test and why long-form comics rule.
Word is in that actor Sebastian Stan has been cast as Captain America's right hand man Bucky Barnes in Marvel Studios next big solo superhero film while official word on Chris Evans remains elusive.
The Comic-Con International Marketing and PR Director explains what's the complete sell out of San Diego passes means for 2010, addresses the hotel booking concerns and looks to setting up WonderCon this holiday weekend.
Mike Mignola returns to CBR for a discussion on his collaboration with Richard Corben in their next hard hitting, hard drinking one-shot taking Hellboy to Mexico for a Lucha Libre throwdown with EXCLUSIVE interior art.
In his new collaboration with editor/designer Chip Kidd, acclaimed painter Alex Ross shares unseen sketches, process pieces, character designs and something called Bayboy from his past five years of DC Comics art.
The comics and prose publisher takes a cue from the classic Van Williams/Bruce Lee TV series for their incoming collection of Green Hornet short stories by talents from Harlan Ellison to Denny O'Neil, with a unique crime fiction take.
Without an inch of film shot, the AMC adaptation of Robert Kirkman and company's Image zombie comic will see six episodes air starting in October as part of the cable channel's Fearfest marathon.