GIANT-SIZE X-POSITION: Lemire Launches "Extraordinary X-Men" - Part 2
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The Marvel Comics Editor-in-Chief hosts his signature panel as accompanied by Marvel's biggest executives, Brian Bendis and Jeph Loeb, revealing news of a new "Moon Knight" series, an NBA tie-in comic, CrossGen and more.
A blockbuster lineup of creators from Brian Michael Bendis to Jonathan Hickman share what's next for Marvel's "Avengers" line including a first look at the covers for "Iron Man" #600 and more Iron Man, Onslaught and Avengers news.
Up and coming comics scribe Nick Spencer signs on for his first Marvel ongoing series, a new tech take on War Machine with artist Barry Kitson that he shares details about exclusively with CBR News.
Tom Brevoort and Axel Alonso take their CBR show on the road with a fan Q&A panel at New York Comic Con, and we were there to nab the news of "Astonishing Captain America," the return of "Astonishing X-Men" and issue #600 of "Iron Man."
The creators of Marvel's merry mutants from Jason Aaron to Kieron Gillen discuss the future of the X-Men from "The Five Lights" to "Curse of the Mutants" and CBR was there to deliver news on Wolverine, Jubilee, the next X-event and more.
After six decades, Charlie Brown, Snoopy and the gang are still going strong and CBR News spoke with Charles Schulz's widow Jean Schulz about plans for the legacy of America's most celebrated comic strip.
As the signature comic convention of New York City prepares to return after a year and a half off, CBR speaks with the con organizer about what to expect from attendance and logistics to guests and events.
Promoted as a benefit of digital sales, Marvel Comics' David Gabriel announced at the ICv2 Conference On Comics & Digital that the publisher would debut new titles at a lower price point in January.
With the continuing adventures of future Dark Knight Terry McGinnis officially on the slate for January, the writer behind the hit mini, Adam Beechen, explained his plans for expanding the world of "Batman Beyond."
Garth Ennis and artist Russ Braun told CBR how the clash of emotions between Wee Hughie and Annie January take priority in the "Believe" arc before the history of The Boys and the Seven shapes up next month.
A brand-new four-issue Dark Knight series from Brian Azzarello arrives this January taking Batman on a life-threatening team-up with the Joker across Europe, and Jim Lee will be there to draw chapter one.
Warner Bros. has tapped the director of "Watchmen" to helm its reboot of the Man of Steel's screen exploits from a David Goyer script featuring General Zod as Christopher Nolan watches on.
Before the highly anticipated movie sequel hits the big screen this December, Disney Publishing and "Green Hornet" scribe Jai Nitz tell the story behind "TRON: Betrayal" with an original graphic novel.
Reports are hitting that "Easy A" actress Emma Stone will soon be offered the role of Mary Jane in Sony's "Spider-Man" reboot, leaving the role of Gwen Stacey and the mystery villain next to be cast.
After making his name for not killing Jen Walters in "World War Hulks," writer Harrison Wilcox takes to smashing the Marvel U on a monthly basis with artist Ryan Stegman on the bounty hunting team-up title "She-Hulks."
Actress Keri Lynn Pratt becomes the latest DC Universe character to migrate to the small screen's version of Superman as a feisty foil for Clark Kent on the run from the assassin Deadshot in tonight's "Smallville."
On the opening of a new era for DC Comics' editorial team, some of the biggest names in comics from Joe Quesada to Kurt Busiek and more weigh in with their impressions, congratulations and predictions for what's next.
The former Marvel Comics Editor-in-Chief has been hired on in that exact same position for DC Comics where he's worked the past several years running DC's collected editions department.
Writer Adam Beechan divides his DC Universe time between the streets of Gotham City and a wild world of music and monsters with his "Commissioner Gordon" and "Nightmaster" one-shot stories hitting this fall.
The first in-character photos of the actor set to be Captain America hit the web as Chris Evans dons his best Depression-era duds for a flat-footed chase scene in Manchester, England.