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Marvel has released a new variant cover by J.G. Jones, featuring Spider-Man 2099 poised to strike against the "Superior Spider-Man" in issue #18. The futuristic Spidey arrives in the present September 18.
Marvel has revealed Nick Bradshaw's variant cover for "X-Men: Battle of the Atom" #1, depicting modern-day Cyclops holding the brutally beaten body of his younger self.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles co-creator Kevin Eastman, writers Tom Waltz & Erik Burnham and Editor Bobby Curnow touch on all things TMNT, the fallout of "City Fall" and more.
At Comic-Con International, Ian Flynn, Paul Kaminski and more from Archie Comics' "Sonic the Hedgehog" and "Mega Man" team spoke about what comes next for both franchises following the "Worlds Collide" crossover.
Writer Eric Trautmann spoke to CBR about reviving '90s "Zorro" character Lady Rawhide at Dynamite, including plot details and "Rawhide" creator Don McGregor's reaction to the relaunch.
Nickelodeon's "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" panel featured all the major voice actors and executive producers from the show, shelling out details and new character reveals for the series' Second Season.
Colorist turned writer/penciller Siya Oum spoke with CBR about her new Aspen Comics series, "Lola XOXO" starring a merchant woman struggling for survival in the ruins of a great war.
Aspen Comics has exclusively revealed to CBR cover art for new titles beingannounced at Comic-Con International, including "Legend of the Shadow Clan" vol. 2, "Fathom: Kiani," "Awaken Skies" and "#Cosplay."
Writer Brian Lynch discusses "TMNT Villains Micro-Series #4: Alopex," touching on the origin of the character, her unwavering allegiance to the Shredder and how the issue ties in with the current "City Fall" storyline.
Marvel Comics has released several new variant covers as "Guardians of the Galaxy" goes retro, "Superior Foes of Spider-Man" gets the drop on Spidey and "Superior Carnage" is sufficiently creepy.
Dark Horse has provided CBR with solicit information for Brian Wood and Garry Brown's "The Massive" #16 and covers for #16, 17 & 18 along with an exclusive preview of Issue #14.
Neil Gaiman spoke to a packed house in LA about his latest prose novel, "The Ocean at the End of the Lane" while offering details and teases about his highly anticipated return to Vertigo with "The Sandman: Overture."
Richard Corben discusses his Edgar Allan Poe adaptation, "Fall of the House of Usher," while debuting the cover for his upcoming Dark Horse one-shot amalgamation of "The Raven" and "Masque of the Red Death."
Aspen Comics co-owner Frank Mastromauro spoke with CBR about "Overtaken," a missing persons story rooted in sci-fi and extraterrestrial survival debuting as August's entry in the publisher's 10 For $10 program.
Aspen Comics has provided CBR with an exclusive first look at its latest 10-For-10 series, "All New Executive Assistant: Iris," written by "Flash" co-writer Brian Buccellato.
Writer Jason Ciaramella spoke with CBR about his "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Villains Micro-Series" #3 issue starring Old Hob, the first original rogue of IDW Publishing's TMNT continuity.
Marvel Comics has released the cover to Brian Michael Bendis & Stuart Immonen's "All-New X-Men" #13. The original time-displaced mutants come face to face with the Uncanny Avengers June 26.
Mark Roslan spoke with CBR about the cyberpunk-inspired "BubbleGun," the latest addition to Aspen Comics' 10-For-10 initiative, in which a team of high-tech thieves battle corporate corruption.
ABC has officially picked up the "Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." television show for its fall 2013 season, revealing the new logo. UPDATED with cast photo.
Writer Chuck Dixon spoke about adapting Joe Abercrombie's violent fantasy trilogy "The First Law," Blind Ferret Entertainment's first foray into licensed material. Plus, exclusive art!
The debut issue of "Sesame Street" by a cavalcade of creators captures the spirit of the show and encourages parents to share their love of comics with their kids.
David Hine and Doug Braithwaite's "Storm Dogs" #1 is a worthy addition to Image's growing library of sci-fi series, successfully merging the genre with crime fiction, and providing a solid visual experience.
In Kieron Gillen and Scot Eaton's "AvX: Consequences" #3, readers go deep into the mind of Scott Summers following the "Avengers vs. X-Men" event. Gillen widens the focus beyond just Cyclops, bringing in other major players throug
In this pre-Original Trilogy "Star Wars" tale by John Ostrander and Davide Fabbri, Alderaanian Jahan Cross is a secret agent of the Empire whose latest job brings him back to his home planet. James Bond meets Star Wars in this all-new miniseries
"Point Of Impact" is a black and white crime fiction miniseries by Jay Faerber and Koray Kuranel featuring two men mysteriously connected to one another that cross paths in the wake of a woman's shocking murder.
David Lapham's "Ferals" is a gory, sexually charged take on the werewolf genre, filling a void for horror fans but borders on the offensive for everyone else.
In a strong addition to DC's zero month, James Tynion IV, Scott Snyder and Guillem March introduce Calvin Rose to the DCU in "Talon" #0.
For the first time in over a decade, Ghost returns to her own series written by Kelly Sue DeConnick and drawn by Phil Noto. While the pieces are all in place for a strong run, this debut issue falls flat with the focus off the titular character.
"Frankenstein Agent of S.H.A.D.E." #0 by Matt Kindt provides an accessible entry point for new readers and boasts spectacular artwork by Alberto Ponticelli, but lacks the punch necessary to leave a lasting impact.
Scott Snyder and Kano provide an accessible issue for new readers of "Swamp Thing," showcasing the villainous avatar of the Rot, Arcane, with horrific artwork.
IDW's "TMNT Micro-Series: April" issue introduced a fan favorite character into the new continuity, but lacked any real development for the titular character.
The final issue to Jason Aaron and R.M. Guera's "Scalped" leaves a gratifying experience in its wake to the long-running Vertigo series.
Writer Joshua Dysart ups the ante with character moments and foreshadowing galore in "Harbinger" #3 with stunning art from Khari Evans and Lewis Larosa.
"Thun'da" #1 by Robert Place Napton and Cliff Richards marks Dynamite Entertainment's revival of a classic Frazetta character with disappointing results.
Howard Chaykin's follow-up to his original erotic comic "Black Kiss" is familiar to those who read the original, but newcomers may be found wanting.