5 All-New, All-Different Marvel Titles We're Most Excited to Read
Showing results 19513-19532 of 22212
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you more advance looks at new comics on sale next week including "New Exiles" #3, "Annihilation: Conquest" #5, "Dead of Night Featuring Man-Thing" #2 and more.
Courtesy of Image, CBR brings you an advance look at "Savage Dragon" #135 by Erik Larsen and an exclusive preview of "Madman Atomic Comics" #7 by Mike Allred, both on sale next week.
Dark Horse has released images and solicitation information for new comics and products on sale in June, 2008. - Preview Images Fixed
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale next week including "Fantastic Four" #555, "Nova" #11, "Mighty Avengers" #10, "Punisher" #55 and much more.
This week - Sex! Sex! Sex! Neil Gaiman and masturbation in the DC Universe! Sex! Sex Sex! Ethan Van Sciver and sex in the New X-Men! Sex! Sex! Sex! And John Byrne and a penis!
Dark Horse will make publishing history with the release of the first volume of this critically acclaimed manhwa series in a new weekly online publishing program.
Crispin Freeman steps away from his luminary status in the world of anime and video game voiceovers to assume the animated role of Electro, a featured member of the rogues gallery of recurring villains in "The Spectacular Spider-Man."
Indie Spotlight is a new action figure series from Shocker Toys presenting independent comic book characters in 6-7" super poseable figure form with a full size pack in comic featuring characters from "Scud: The Disposable Assassin," "Shadowhawk," "Kabuki," "Strangers In Paradise" and "The Maxx."
Marvel has announced that while "Thor" #6 has sold out like the previous 5 issues, unlike the other 5, there is no reprint planned due to the upcoming hardcover collection.
Legendary comic creators, Steven Grant (THE PUNISHER) and Tom Mandrake (BATMAN), team-up with new scribe, Victor Riches, to redefine the genre of action-thriller graphic novels with the harrowing, intense tale, "The Safest Place."
The critically-acclaimed origin of Ultimate Iron Man continues with Ultimate Iron Man II #4 (of 5), from Nebula award-winning author Orson Scott Card (Ender's Game) and fan-favorite artist Pasqual Ferry (Ultimate Fantastic Four) presenting the penultimate chapter of a thrill ride so action-packed, we had to add another issue!
The upcoming hardcover collection "X-O Manowar: Birth" published by Valiant Entertainment includes the full X-O Manowar origin story (X-O Manowar #0-6) for the first time ever, and includes an all-new epic story "The Rise of Lydia" by comics legend Bob Layton, co-architect of the original Valiant Universe and writer of Iron Man's most beloved stories.
The New York Comic Con (NYCC) today revealed the complete roster of the comic book legends, luminaries, and rising stars who'll appear in its 2008 Artist Alley.
Jim Hanley's Universe will play host to students from the Center for Cartoon Studies as they present their work at Jim Hanley's Universe on Friday afternoon from 5-7. Cartoonist Paul Karasik will be on hand to offer the students critiques.
Denton J. Tipton, a journalist and former comics retailer, is the new Editor at IDW Publishing.
Josh Medors, artist and co-creator of Zenescope Entertainment's upcoming and much anticipated new werewolf series "Willow Creek" had to undergo spinal surgery this past December after doctors discovered a tumor on his spine.
Courtesy of Valiant, CBR brings you an exclusive first look at re-colored pages from the forthcoming "X-O Manowar: Birth" hardcover, collecting the original "X-O" series that began in 1992.
The latest HD trailer for "Wanted" debuted earlier today on MySpace and now we've got a boat load of screen grabs for you to put under the microscope and dissect!
Courtesy of Zenescope, CBR brings you an advance look at "The Piper" #1, the latest spin-off of the publisher's successful "Grimm Fairy Tales" franchise, on sale March 19.
Director Zack Snyder released this morning new photographs of the cast of "Watchmen," based on the DC Comics graphic novel by Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons. The film opens March 6, 2009, exactly one year from today.