How Lee & Kirby's "Fantastic Four" Birthed the Marvel Universe, Part 1
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"Top 10" artist Gene Ha talks openly about his sabbatical from the Big Two, "pinch-hitting" at DC Comics and his upcoming creator-owned endeavor.
With "Stormwatch" ending in April, Chris Arrant explores the question as to whether any interest remains in Wildstorm's characters.
Fans of the shuttered "City of Heroes" online video game have begun a Kickstarter for "City of Titans," a "spiritual successor" to the MMO.
J. Michael Straczynski spoke with SPINOFF about "Sense8," his unique collaboration with Andy & Lana Wachowski for Netflix.
Hank Kanalz discusses DC Comics' digital agenda and the launch of "Beware the Batman." Plus, an exclusive preview of "Batman Beyond 2.0."
The classic "Days of Future Past" arc began in "Uncanny X-Men" #141, and its cover by John Byrne & Terry Austin has been the subject of numerous homages. ROBOT 6 highlights some of the best!
Creator Aaron Lopresti spoke to ROBOT 6 about drawing Batman on his own terms in the digital-first "Legends of the Dark Knight," with his story "I... Batman" featuring nods to Brian Bolland, Bruce Timm and more.
With the recent release of "Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox," ROBOT 6's Chris Arrant explores six other stories from across DC Comics history that should be next in line for animation.
CBR News spoke with acclaimed artist and writer Adam Hughes about the ultimate fate of "All-Star Wonder Woman," drawing covers and his unconventional convention business.
From Frank Miller and Roger Stern's Doctor Strange to the completed and never to be published Alan Grant and Frank Quitely Lobo mini, CBR wraps our list of infamous comic book no-shows with the final 15 titles.
From Grant Morrison's "Multiversity" to J. Scott Campbell's Spider-Man project, CBR runs down the 15 of the 30 most legendary announced-then-never-released comics ever, and the chances of their eventual publication.
From Joss Whedon's "Wonder Woman" to John Milius' "Sgt. Rock," CBR runs down 22 screenplays that never moved beyond the written word, but could prove to be bona fide hits on comic shelves.
After the success of "Kevin Smith's Green Hornet" and "Frank Miller's Robocop," are there more hit comics in Hollywood's recycle bin? CBR News investigates the most likely candidates.
From worst to first, we dig through the calendar and discover delayed titles from all corners of comics, shining the spotlight on the regular suspects as well as some you might not even remember. UPDATED 8-10-2011
From “All-Star Batman” to “The Twelve,” CBR runs down 15 of the most rampant late comics NOT on store shelves today to find out how long they've been late, what’s taking so long and when to expect them to finally ship.
With the release of the Green Lantern movie, the character's oath is on its way to penetrating the consciousness of the public at large. But do you know the full history of the phrase? CBR is here to fill in the blanks.