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In the latest TOYING AROUND, DC Collectibles steals the show with a plethora of statues and figures. Plus, a new "Walking Dead" statue, Mega Man X figure & more Comic-Con International exclusives revealed!
Matt Fraction spoke with CBR about teaming with Howard Chaykin for "Satellite Sam," a murder mystery which delves into the seedier side of television's early days. Plus, an exclusive preview of the Image title's first issue.
Mattel & Hasbro get Comic-Con International in San Diego attendees excited early with exclusive announcements, plus lots of merchandise from "Iron Man 3," "Man of Steel" and even the Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers!
Top Cow founder and fan-favorite artist Marc Silvestri discusses the first arc of his successful Kickstarter-funded "Cyber Force" revival and what fans can expect from the initiative moving forward.
Longtime "Witchblade" scribe Ron Marz returns to the series in the wake of the Top Cow Universe-shaking "Darkness Falls" miniseries. CBR has the exclusive first word on what he has in store for Sara Pezzini.
"Iron Man 3" fever is in full swing with a life-sized statue and foot-tall action figures, plus new "Man of Steel" figures from Play Arts Kai, He-Man Pop! Vinyls and a Hot Toys Wolverine statue.
"Peter Panzerfaust" writer Kurtis J. Wiebe, co-creator Meg Dejmal and artist John "Roc" Upchurch head to Shadowline and Image Comics for the fantasy adventure series "Rat Queens."
Frank Quitely discusses his and Mark Millar's "Jupiter's Legacy," from its origins as a bar room pitch to settling into the world of creator-owned comics, designing the fashion for an entire planet and more.
Ed Brubaker discusses his and Sean Phillips' "Fatale" leaping forward to the modern day for its next storyline before jumping back in time again for an arc based in grunge-era Seattle. Plus, an exclusive look at #14.
With summer drawing near, the season's biggest blockbusters past, present and future take the collectible spotlight, from "Man of Steel" & "Iron Man 3" to "Terminator." Plus, new "Sailor Moon" & "Walking Dead" toys!
CBR spoke to writer Kurtis J. Wiebe about "Peter Panzerfaust," his ongoing series with artist Tyler Jenkins that continues to mix J.M. Barrie's books, youthful optimism and the horrors of war.
"Clone" creator David Schulner and artist Juan José Ryp are joined by co-writers Aaron Ginsburg and Wade McIntyre for the second arc of the Skybound series, as the title's hero Luke Taylor's world continues to unravel.
This week in toy news was loaded with a variety of products from numerous franchises, including The Walking Dead, Thundercats and Star Wars. Plus, Marvel and DC have strong showings with new statues and figures.
"Iron Man 3" has a big week with a wide variety of statues and toys, while perennial collectible favorites Star Trek and Star Wars continue to produce. Plus, E.T. & "Halo 4's" The Didact make a surprise showing.
Top Cow's long-running "Darkness" series comes to an end in July, and CBR has the exclusive first word on David Hine and Stjepan Sejic's follow-up miniseries, "Darkness Falls."
A Cesar Romero Joker action figure, exclusive Star Wars Weekend merchandise, realistic Daft Punk figurines and a pair of Mark Buckingham designed "Fables" bookends highlighted this week's toy news.
In CBR's latest COMMENTARY TRACK, writer Jim McCann discusses the ins and outs of the first issue of his latest collaboration with artist Janet Lee, the Image Comics sci-fi adventure "Lost Vegas."
This week, high-end collectibles reigned supreme while action figure announcements included the likes of Jurassic Park, a Burt Ward Robin, "Mirror, Mirror" Star Trek MiniMates and vinyl Doctor Who blind boxes!
"Where is Jake Ellis?" writer Nathan Edmondson teams up with Russian newcomer Konstantin Novosadov to create a wild world for young Winslow in Image Comics' "The Dream Merchant."
"The Darkness" writer David Hine spoke with CBR News about laying the building blocks for Top Cow's "Progeny" crossover in the pages of his ongoing series with artist Jeremy Haun.