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Reports began circulating late Tuesday afternoon that Marvel had included a little surprise inside those poly bagged issues of “Fantastic Four” #587 – a limited number signed by writer Jonathan Hickman.
"Terminator Salvation" and "Nikita" director McG is the rumored front-runner to direct the pilot for David E. Kelley’s "Wonder Woman" TV series at NBC based on the popular DC Comics heroine.
UPDATED: Warner Bros. Animation has shared the first official image from the upcoming anime take on "ThunderCats" in advance of its 2011 debut on Cartoon Network.
In this month's installment, we spoke with writer Nick Spencer and artist Joe Eisma about their work on "Morning Glories" #6, an issue filled with new characters, new stories and at least one game-changing revelation.
DC Comics has released a preview for "Green Arrow" #8 by J.T. Krul and Diogenes Neves with covers by Mauro Cascioli and David Mack. The "Brightest Day"-linked storyline continues tomorrow, January 26.
"Fantastic Four" #587 is in stores now, and one member of the titular team is no longer among the living. We spoke with Jonathan Hickman about the issue, the character that dies and the resulting fallout in the Marvel U.
When there're inter-dimensional zombies in your neighborhood, who ya gonna call? CBR spoke with writer Erik Burnham about the two-issue “Ghostbusters: Infestation,” which ties into IDW's first crossover event.
CBR reviewer Benjamin Birdie gives "Fantastic Four" #587 a 4.5 star review saying the finale to Jonathan Hickman and Steve Epting's "Three" storyline is "worthy of the attention it’s getting, but for all the right reasons."
Courtesy of Top Cow and Image Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "The Darkness" #89 by Joshua Fialkov and Matt TImson with a cover by Timson. The issue hits stores tomorrow, January 26.
In March, Peter Milligan and a bevy of talented artists kick off the weekly miniseries "5 Ronin." We spoke with Milligan about the project which reimagines five of Marvel's most dangerous characters in feudal Japan.
Details emerge on "Wizard" and "ToyFare" folding, industry reacts! Did Comics Code Authority fade away in 2009? Graphic.ly raised $3 million! Massive layoffs at Disney Interactive! Plus more!
DC Comics has released a preview for "Wonder Woman" #606, the continuation of J. Michael Straczynski's re-imagining of the Amazonian princess. Written by JMS and Phil Hester, the issue hits stores tomorrow, January 26.
Anne Hathaway gets a former Catwoman's endorsement! Tobey Maguire okays new Spidey costume! Slash to "Wake the Dead!" Also, "Superman" cast and title rumors, new "Tron" scenes, and more.
Marvel Comics has released an advance preview of "Thor" #620 by writer Matt Fraction and artist Pasqual Ferry. The issue, featuring a cover by Ferry, hits stores Wednesday, February 23.
Cartoon Network and DC Entertainment have released fresh screencaps and a pair of video clips from this week's all new episode of "Young Justice" featuring the villainous Bane and the criminal network of KOBRA.
Last week, CBR's review staff weighed in with their thoughts on two dozen new releases, including "Scarlet" #4, "Memoir" #1, "Wolverine and Jubilee" #1, "Young Justice" #0 and others.
Series writer Ande Parks spoke with CBR about the challenges of bringing the two iconic heroes from different eras together through the ages for an unforgettable team-up – and no, time travel is not involved.
Marvel has unveiled which member of the Fantastic Four will be meeting their untimely demise in the final chapter of Jonathan Hickman and Steve Epting's "Three," featuring covers by Alan Davis and John Cassaday.
In a move that's become routine for major shockers in the Marvel Comics Universe, news organizations across the country have started revealing the death at the heart of this week's "Fantastic Four" #587. SPOILERS ahead!
Marvel has released a new seven-page preview of Brian Michael Bendis and Michael Avon Oeming's all-ages graphic novel "Takio," which is due in stores March 2 under the creator-owned Icon imprint.
Brian Michael Bendis is set to tell two very different “New Avengers” stories with three different artists. We spoke with him about his plans for the series, including a tale that unfolds through Nick Fury's past and present.
IDW's “Infestation” event sets the heroes of G.I. Joe and the ruthless agents of Cobra against a threat from the publisher's own “Zombies vs. Robots” cross universe. CBR spoke with writer Mike Raicht about the series.
Marvel Comics has released a teaser for "Throne of Blood: Birth of a Vampire," which ties into the "Fear Itself" event. The series, by Victor Gischler and Goran Parlov, debuts in April.
Digital artist and writer Daniel Lieske spoke with CBR News about the first chapter of his breakout online graphic novel "The Wormworld Saga" and his hopes to finish the planned 60-chapter title before it's too late.
Writer/Creator Andrew Rostan and artist Dave Valeza talk their upcoming black and white graphic novel from Archaia and how it strikes a chord with the average reader. With exclusive art!
The final chapter of Jonathan Hickman's "Fantastic Four" epic, "Three," hits stores tomorrow and CBR wants to know: which member of Marvel's First Family do you think will be the storyline's casualty?
When Jeff Parker and Gabriel Hardman began their run on "Hulk," the creators forced the title character, the Red Hulk. upon to the road to redemption -- a bumpy road that's about to get much, much rougher.
ROBOT 6 has the breaking story that Wizard Magazine will cease publication and founder Gareb Shamus has moved the convention tour to a new company called Wizard World, a brand that will also launch a new magazine online.
Chad Nevett reviews the first issue of Ben McCool and Nikki Cook's "Memoir," giving it three and a half stars and highly praising Cook's art for an engaging depiction of townspeople "scarred or simply made ugly by events."
Dynamite Entertainment has provided CBR with advance looks at new comics on sale this Wednesday, January 26, including ""Red Sonja" #54, the final issue of "The Boys: Highland Laddie" and more.
Archie joins DC in abandoning Comics Code Authority, signaling end of 56-year-old regulatory body! Tor Books expands graphic novel line! Tenn. comics store hit by fire! Plus much more
CSBG's Kelly Thompson talks to Brian Wood and Ryan Kelly about their new Vertigo series, "The New York Five," the sequel to their previous collaboration for DC Comics' short-lived Minx imprint, "The New York Four."
Chris Hemsworth talks "Avengers" script! "Dark Knight Rises" in Romania? "Kick-Ass 2" further away than first thought! Also, Matthew Vaughn compares "X-Men" to "Twilight," and more.