Comic-Con Trailers: The Best of the Best, Ranked
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A comic with a conscience, "Virgil" examines injustice, discrimination and one man's bloody road to revenge.
The all-female advocacy group of comics professionals has opened their doors to convention organizers struggling to add women to their line-up.
Some of the most celebrated women in comics discuss gender parity in the industry, and overcoming tokenism, while offering advice for aspiring female creators.
Scott Snyder, Jamie McKelvie, Stuart Moore, Lee Loughridge, Rob Guillory and Josh Williamson discuss the trendsetting aesthetics in their comics.
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Chip Zdarsky, Marjorie Liu, Michael Moreci, Alex Grecian, Kody Chamberlain and Keenan Marshall Keller talk redefining the world of mainstream comics.
The writer/artist discussed his meteoric, "Sex Criminals"-fueled rise in comics, writing "Jughead" for Archie, and why he wants to steal Mark Waid's writing gigs.
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Steven T. Seagle gives CBR a peek into the spooky world of summer camp in his all-ages original graphic novel with artist Jason Adam Katzenstein.
"Supreme: Blue Rose" artist Tula Lotay spoke exclusively with CBR about "Heartless," her new horror comic with fan-favorite writer Warren Ellis.
A mysterious A.I. brings a troubled teen into a video game -- and sends him back to real life as his avatar in Shane Davis' first Image Comics title.
CBR spoke with de Campi about Image Comics' "No Mercy," the impact travel has had on her writing and how truly awful teenagers can be.
G. Willow Wilson, Kieron Gillen, Michael Lark and Mariah Huehner talk with CBR about the importance of comics reflecting society's changing norms.
G. Willow Wilson, Kieron Gillen, Michael Lark and Mariah Huehner discuss how artistic collaborations shape the industry's good, bad and game-changing comics.
Eisner-nominated writer Phil Hester spoke with CBR about his new Image series, a very, very mature remix of folklore and esoteric explorations.
With Kieron Gillen & Jamie McKelvie's acclaimed Image Comics series headed to television, CBR put together a divine cast for the potential show.
There's been running, loving, killing -- and even dinosaurs. Jonathan Tsuei & Eric Canete tell CBR what's ahead for their new Image Comics series.
Sailor and Charlie have survived the burrows, but will they survive the aftermath of defying the wytches? Scott Snyder hints at what he and Jock have in store.
CBR's Casey Gilly examines the outpouring of feedback following the first look at CBS' "Supergirl" TV series starring Melissa Benoist.
Ed Brisson & Brian Level tease a big reveal in their new series, which follows a reluctant teenage punk that is forced to take on a heroic mantle.