Comic Hubs

CBR's Comic Hubs are where we collect all the articles, previews and reviews we have on some of your favorite characters in one place. Want to know what Batman's up to? Well, check out the Batman hub! That simple. These hubs have just launched, but in the coming weeks we'll add more and more hubs, plus we have some major upgrades planned that we think you'll enjoy!

The Avengers

Marvel Comics' flagship superhero team The Avengers was created by writer Stan Lee and artist Jack Kirby in the spring of 1963 and publ... [more]


Bruce Wayne first donned the cowl of the Batman in the pages of "Detective Comics" #27 (May 1939). The son of Dr. Thomas and Mrs. ... [more]


Typically, we look at comics that have made the transition to film, but in the long journey of "Buffy the Vampire Slayer," the pro... [more]


In recent years, the Flash has become an even larger star in the DC Comics firmament – no small feat for someone who was already considere... [more]

Green Lantern

Hal Jordan: test pilot, airman, space cop, a man who knows no fear. Chosen from all the Earth to represent mankind in the most powerful poli... [more]

The Hulk

What's big, green and knows how to throw his weight around? The Incredible Hulk. However, beneath the emerald veneer, muscles an... [more]

Iron Man

The invincible Iron-Man made his first appearance in April of 1963 in the pages of “Tales of Suspense” #39. Writers Stan Lee, Larry Lieb... [more]

Jonah Hex

In an industry dominated by super-heroics, the Western genre has always taken second or third seat to the spandex and capes crowd, with one ... [more]


Mark Millar and John Romita, Jr's “Kick Ass” #1 was published February, 2008 under Marvel Comics’ Icon imprint and caught the ind... [more]

Scott Pilgrim

Over the course of six years and six books, Scott Pilgrim has battled the seven evil exes of his newly minted girlfriend Ramona Flowers whil... [more]


Originally created in 1962 by writer Stan Lee and artist Steve Ditko to fill out the final issue of a canceled comic series, Spider-Man quic... [more]


Although not the first super-hero the world had ever seen, Superman has the enviable position as the most iconic of all of them and is argua... [more]

Wonder Woman

Standing alongside Superman and Batman as the third member of DC Comics' trinity of flagship characters, Wonder Woman is by far the mos... [more]