"Sam Wilson" & US Agent Clash as Spencer's "Captain America" Saga Escalates
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Courtesy of Dark Horse, CBR presents an exclusive 11-page preview of "Fear Agent" #28, the first issue of the final chapter by Rick Remender, Tony Moore, Mike Hawthorne and John Lucas. The issue blasts off July 21.
Actor Edward Norton's agent responds to Marvel Studios comments about Norton not being included in the upcoming "The Avengers," saying the statement was "“offensive” and "purposely misleading."
Timothy Callahan gave the first issue of "Shadowland" 3 stars, saying of the Andy Diggle written and Billy Tan illustrated comic, "Everything with Bullseye in 'Shadowland' #1 works well. And there's plenty of it."
We're halfway through the Year of Cool Comics at CSBG, and this weekend is the perfect time to find out which titles have been featured so far! Hey - you might just discover your new favorite series!
As the X-Men tackle vampires in the new "X-Men"" #1, ROBOT 6's Carla Hoffman looks at the new series, its relation to the current vampire phenomenon and the X-Men's history with Dracula.
With Comic-Con International in San DIego less than two weeks away, and the schedule for the show finally revealed, this week’s SPiNOFF question is a simple one: What are you most looking forward to from the show?
Official word has come down from Marvel Studios chief Kevin Feige that Edward Norton, who portrayed Bruce Banner/Hulk in the last feature, will not be a part of the "The Avengers" cast.
Greg McElhatton gave "Hellboy: The Storm" #1 4.5 stars saying of the Mike Mignola and Duncan Fegredo produced comic, "[I]t's great to see "Hellboy" not only still being published, but at such a high quality to boot"
In the wake of this weekend's newly released "Predators," SPINOFF presents a list of five other sci-fi flicks that are begging for sequel treatment with the same high concept - namely, pluralizing the titular threat!
In the latest installment of ILYBYS, see Wonder Woman team-up with younger versions of herself in an "impossible" tale that involves Wonder Tot tickling a bad guy into submission and Wonder Girl making fat jokes!
Citing series like "Starman" and "Hitman," ROBOT 6's Tom Bondurant looks back at several DC characters and teams that he felt might have benefited from retirement, including Captain Atom and the Doom Patrol.