EXCL. PREVIEW: "All-New X-Men" #41 Takes the Fight to the Utopians
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In anticipation for the Spider-Man event, Marvel Comics has provided CBR News with a look at the "One More Day" variant covers by Marko Djurdjevic.
Red-hot writer Warren Ellis and brilliant artist Mike Deodato bring you part one of the new arc "Caged Angels," which is sure to heat up the action for Marvel's most notorious team - but can these out-of-control "heroes" handle it?
The guys at Comics Should Be Good blogged their way through Comic-Con, taking some great pictures and making some keen observations, bringing you San Diego as if you were there!
You probably thought with the con this weekend we forgot - nope! Justin and Brain are back with full commentary on "Countdown" #40, plus some notes on the Palmerverse and more.
Couldn't get to Comic-Con International this weekend? Missed the Cup O' Joe panel? No problem, we've got video coverage of the panel. It's just like you were there in person!
Check out the first seven pages of this post-apocalyptic superhero tale from Dark Horse Comics, exclusively on CBR.
Last month, CBR News broke the news about the dinner date of the decade. Today, find out how much money dinner with Joss Whedon raised for charity.
We've got pictures of the Iron Man Mach 1 armor unveiling, complete with Joe Quesada, Jon Favreau, Robert Downey Jr., Stan Winston and Adi Granov! It was a madhouse and we've got it covered.
If you needed any proof of just how popular Comic-Con International has gotten, here it is.
Paul Dini stopped by the CBR Yacht to discuss his creator owned book "Madame Mirage," the DC Comics weekly series "Countdown" and to relate how comics can bring you the love of your life.
After much anticipation, DC Comics delivered shocks and surprises to thousands who gathered to watch the world premiere of "Superman: Doomsday."
Curious to know what the covers to "Astonishing X-Men" #22 look like? So were we! We've got an exclusive first look at John Cassaday's covers.
"Saving Private Ryan" star's Dock Walloper lays the smack down on Prohibition-era New York City.
Dark Horse has signed agreements to produce new "Indiana Jones," "Creepy" and "Eerie" comics as well as publish archive editions collecting previous incarnations of the titles.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR brings you an advance look at next week's new issue of "Uncanny X-Men," #489.