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Courtesy of Dynamite Entertainment, CBR presents a preview of "The Boys" #46 by writer Garth Ennis and artist Russ Braun with a cover by Darick Robertson. The issue hits stores this Wednesday, September 1.
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ROBOT 6's Tom Bondurant ponders DC Comics' continuity in the context of "DC Universe: Legacies" and other history-building projects, noting "It’s not about the events at all — it’s about the characters."
The 62nd Annual Emmy Awards are being held this evening, but we want to know who you feel should win the main categories. SPINOFF lets you have your say.
In light of Syfy's "Warehouse 13" losing half a million viewers for no apparent reason, SPINOFF wonders if television series can't help but fail to hold on to their fans.
ROBOT 6's Chris Mautner provides an introductory guide to the works of Harvey Pekar, a creator who "pushed people to look beyond their prejudices and preconceptions about the comic-book medium."
CSBG's Greg Hatcher took a ten-day journey through the American Northwest on a search for rare books and comics. Join him as he recounts the various out-of-the-way stores and great rare finds he discovered along the way.
CBR's Chad Nevett gave "Captain America" #609 3.5 stars, saying that Ed Brubaker and Butch Guice's current story arc "has been a definitive one for James, and this issue keeps up the quality."
With the Avengers riding higher than ever, our new Avengers Hub is the perfect way to keep up with all the news, reviews and more relating to Earth's Mightiest Heroes' comics, movies and more!
Marvel Comics has released an early look at the upcoming "Hulk" #25, the next phase in the story of the Red Hulk's redemption as told by the "Atlas" team of Jeff Parker and Gabriel Hardman.
Radical has provided CBR with an exclusive extended preview of Rick Remender's "Last Days of American Crime" with art by Greg Tocchini and covers by Tocchini & Alex Maleev.
Chad Nevett gave this week's issue of "The Avengers" a 4 -star review stating that "[Brian Michael] Bendis and [John] Romita Jr. are going all out in this arc...and, so far, they’re knocking it out of the park."
Sony Entertainment Online and DC Entertainment have released a new batch of "DCU Online" screenshots, featuring a number of heroes and villains from the Gotham City corner of the DC Universe.
At Wizard's Chicago Con, Ethan Van Sciver serenaded fans with songs about body odor and Star Trek, while officially announcing the return of Cyberfrog and discussing the creation of horror villains in "Green Lantern."
In a statement released this week, Marvel Studios addressed the concerns over the possibility of a non-Asian American actress landing the role of Nico. SPINOFF has the details.
Would Deadshot have become a popular character had it not been for a scheduling conflict? Was Tony Stark going to be revealed as an X-Men villain? What Canadian city was the basis for Superman's Metropolis? Find out now!
Marvel Comics has released an advance look at "Thunderbolts" #148 by Jeff Parker and artist Declan Shalvey with colors and cover art by Frank Martin. The T-bolts enter Shadowland Wednesday, September 15.
DC Comics has released an advance look at "Knight and Squire" #1, written by Paul Cornell with art by Jimmy Broxton and covers from Yanick Paquette and Billy Tucci. Explore the DCU's Britain on October 13.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale next Wednesday including "Black Cat" #3, "Hawkeye & Mockingbird" #4, "Incredible Hulks" #612, "Shadowland" #3. "Wolverine" #1, and more!