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Brad Meltzer returns to CBR for the final installment "Twilight," explaining how his story boils down the entire Buffy mythos into an argument, what fans can expect after the last page reveal and his future comics plans.
The man behind "Iron Man 2's" Justin Hammer tells CBR what it takes to make a villain stand out from playing off anti-hero Tony Stark to drawing inspiration from the great screen supervillains of the past.
The solo life of B.P.R.D. mainstay Abe Sapien is under the spotlight as Mike Mignola returns to CBR to explore the origins of June's "The Abyssal Plain" miniseries and shares exclusively Dave Johnson's cover to issue #2.
With the aggressive battle for Comic-Con International growing to a fever pitch amongst the candidate cities, the convention's Marketing and PR Director David Glanzer updates CBR on the potential future of CCI.
The "Kick-Ass" director signs on the dotted line for the Bryan Singer-produced prequel that explores the early years of Magneto, Professor X and the X-Men to be released on June 3, 2011.
CBR News talks first to Michael Krouse - the Senior Vice President of LA Inc and the Los Angeles Convention Center - about his company's bid to bring Comic-Con International to the City of Angels in 2013.
Marvel Studios Character Designer Ryan Meinerding opened up his sketchbook exclusively for CBR and discussed what went in to the creation of the new Iron Man armor that just debuted in "Invincible Iron Man" #25.
Arizona retailer Mike Malve leverages his store's appearance in Mark Millar and John Romita, Jr.'s new movie into a Free Comic Book Day drive for new local readers with deals and a brand-new "Dollar Menu" promotion.
With the annual event about to hit this Saturday distributing free funny books across the comic shops of America, CBR rounds up some of your best options for Free Comic Book Day Fun including locations, events and 18 comic previews!
Mike Mignola is back for a look inside "Hell On Earth," the next phase of stories for the Bureau of Paranormal Research & Defense, and shares a first look at the cover to the "New World" miniseries.
The creator of video game classic "Prince of Persia" talks to CBR about diving into comics with two new projects: an anthology prelude to the upcoming film and a Knights Templar adventure in "Solomon's Thieves."
For the first time, a photo of the Thundergod himself is out in public as Chris Hemsworth suits up in a Olivier Coipel-inspired version of Thor's costume for the incoming Marvel Studios picture. Updated
Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips' Icon series about pulp supervillains in the Witness Protection Program has been snapped up for the big screen treatment by 20th Century Fox with a Pulitzer Prize-winner tapped for the screenplay.
Following the announcement of the first openly gay teenager heading to Riverdale in “Veronica” #202, cartoonist Dan Parent talks to CBR News about adding variety to the whole line of Archie Comics.
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.