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With the fifth volume of "Empowered" on sale this week, CBR sat down with creator Adam Warren for an in-depth and extremely candid chat about the critically acclaimed Dark Horse series, and why he doesn't consider himself a "real" artist.
Jim Lee and the editors and creators behind Wildstorm discuss the DC Comics imprint's plans for 2009, including new collections of "Sleeper," more licensed comics, the return of "Astro City," and more.
Walt & Louise Simonson, Colleen Doran, Christos Gage, Tom DeFalco and Jimmy Palmiotti met with fans in New York to discuss their careers as comics writers and the challenges of working in the singular medium.
In a celebration of its first decade as a publisher, Chris Ryall’s IDW shows how far it’s come with a massive slate of announcements across nearly every genre in comics.UPDATED WITH IMAGE GALLERY
The colorist of such titles as "Justice League of America," "House of M" and "Powers," Pete Pantazis goes in-depth with CBR about the nature of the colorist, the subject of recognition, and the challenges of the weekly "Trinity."
Kevin Nowlan draws the interiors of a comic book. That should be all you need to know already…
Fantomex steals the show again in a series that's replete with Morrisonian themes and characters.
How is “Morning Glories” like “Lost?” And how is it becoming “Glee?”
Not a strong start, but a worthy effort with some nice character moments.
X-Force is a much stronger title than you'd think it'd have any right to be.
Hickman and Epting's "Three" is a story worthy of the attention it’s getting, but for all the right reasons.
Bendis and Maleev work well together. While the going might be slow, it's still worth reading.
Not all that different from the "regular" Captain America, and the digital inking is unfortunate, but otherwise a good read.
While this issue is a little underwhelming, it's still a great read with a great final page reveal.
Someone's gonna die soon. And this issue shows that it could be ANY one of the Four.
It may try a little too hard at the end and have some awkward art, but it's not a bad Christmas tale all together.
Has “Green Lantern” gotten so big and wide scale that it’s lost its soul? And is Doug Mahnke the solution?
Perhaps crassly commercialized, but still a fine story from Slott with nice art by Ramos.
The Dead want Marlo?!?
Captain Boomerang is still a silly character, no matter how serious Geoff Johns tries to make him.
Ares comes back to unlife, in a pointless story.
The series ends its run at Image Comics, as brilliant as ever.
There's a "Thor" romance comic? And it's great?!? Go figure.
'Uncanny X-Force' is both a throwback and a new twist on a classic formula, which is why it's so successful.
This is a new reader-friendly introduction to Batwoman, as J.H. Williams prepares a new series to continue her adventures.