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One of "The Losers" joins "Thor". "Turtles Forever" preview reveals more retro-goodness. "Judge Dredd" still in the works. Also, "Iron Man 2" news, some hope for "Red Sonja," and more.
It's the end of the world for "The End League," with the final issue of the series in stores now. CBR spoke with Rick Remender about the heroes' last stand against the overwhelming forces of evil, as well as their possible futures.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Hulk" #17 from the creative team of Jeph Loeb and Ian Churchill. Be sure to check back Friday afternoon for our complete index of Marvel previews!
Fan favorite writer J. Michael Straczynski spoke with CBR about the soon to be released "Ninja Assassin" and his other current writing projects, including a TV pilot for FOX and an unnamed Superman project for DC Comics.
DC Comics has released a 5-page preview of "Superman" #694 by James Robinson and Javier Pina with a cover by CAFU, featuring Mon-El taking on one of Superman's oldest foes: Bizarro! In stores November 25.
The writer behind the upcoming "Darkness" one-shot speaks with CBR News about bringing the chaotic force into the late 19th century, the influences of H.P. Lovecraft and more.
Marvel has provided CBR with an exclusive preview of "Captain America Reborn: Who Will Wield The Shield?" #1 by Ed Brubaker and Jackson Guice, in stores December 16.
Rick Remender joins THE COMMENTARY TRACK to provide exclusive page-by-page insights into the transformation of Frank Castle into Frankencastle, as depicted by artist Tony Moore.
Image has released cover art and solicitation information for new comics on sale in February, 2010, including "Image United" #0, "Spawn" #200, "Choker" #1, "The Sword" #22 and more.
Courtesy of Top Cow, CBR presents an exclusive first look at the cover art for Milo Ventimiglia's "Berserker" #4 and 5, written by Rick Loverd, illustrated by Jeremy Haun, and featuring cover art by Dale Keown.
"Thor" sets have arrived and Stan Lee talks cameo! A new man for Chloe on "Smallville?" Mandalay picks up "Unthinkable." Sam Worthington enters "American Crime," and today's Black Cat rumor.
Library board hears views on "Black Dossier," policies! Controversy leading up to National Book Awards! IDW launches digital storefront! SLG holds "recession sale"! Willingham talks "Fables," politics! Plus more!
CBR News spoke with Dan Slott about this week's "Dark Reign: The List - Amazing Spider-Man," in which Spidey duked it out with the all-powerful Norman Osborn, the January return of Mysterio during "The Gauntlet," and more.
"The Troublemakers" arrives next month from Fantagraphics, adding a yet another chapter to writer-artist Gilbert Hernandez' "Love and Rockets" mythology. CBR caught up with Hernandez to discuss his new graphic novel.
The writer of "X-Men Forever" joins X-Position and answers your queries about timelines, a possible alternate future for the "New Mutants," and X-Men on the Mediterranean. Plus, an exclusive look at art from "X-Men Forever" #12!
Popular Bit Torrent tracker The Pirate Bay, used to trade everything from pirated movies to comic books, has announced that they're shutting down their tracker for good, but that doesn't mean the end of comics piracy.
Courtesy of Titan Books, CBR presents a 6-page preview of "The Best of Battle: Vol. 1." The collection, in stores now, features episodes from "Battle Picture Weekly" by Pat Mills, Cam Kennedy, Carlos Ezquerra, and others.
Image has provided CBR with a first look at cover artwork and solicitation information for new comics shipping in February, including "Spawn" #200, "Image United" #0, a preview of "Choker" #1, and more.
The Hero Initiative has announced a series of signing events in support of the release of their "Wolverine: Weapon X 100 Project" collection, featuring artwork by Art Adams, J. Scott Campbell, Neal Adams, and more.
CBR News spoke with writer-artist Reinhard Kleist about his earliest memories of the country musician, the evolution of the Cash biography, and the awards the German edition of "Johnny Cash: I See a Darkness" has already received.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you a behind the scenes look at the making of the "Astonishing X-Men: Gifted" motion comic featuring a tour of Edge Studio, where the voice acting for the series is recorded.
After nearly four years in the making, the best selling author can't wait for his first issue of "Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Season 8" to hit stores. CBR spoke with Meltzer about the arc, which will reveal who the title's "Big Bad" really is.
Gabriel Bá and Fábio Moon talk with CBR News about their new Vertigo series, "Daytripper," the title's central story elements and origins, and the process involved in creating the non-linear tale of a Brazilian newspaper writer.
The "Smallville" JSA epic gets a new name! Will Faran Tahir play The Mandarin? The "Global Frequency" switches on again. Also, Spike Lee to produce "Miss," a Black Cat rumor, and more.
"Astro Boy Magazine" launches for mobile devices! "Least I Could Do" establishes webcomic scholarship! Eisner judges announced! Five years of Dynamite! Gaiman's "The Graveyard Book" wins another award! And more!
It's New Comics Day here in the USA, and CBR has almost 50 previews of books on sale now from Marvel, DC Comics, Dark Horse, BOOM! Studios, Oni Press, IDW Publishing, Dynamite Entertainment, Image and more.
CBR News spoke with writers Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning about "Realm of Kings," the latest cosmic magnum opus that finds the space-faring heroes of the Marvel Universe dealing with a literal tear in reality.
Courtesy of Fantagraphics, CBR presents an exclusive 11-page preview of Gilbert Hernandez' new graphic novel, "The Troublemakers." And be sure to check back on Wednesday for CBR's interview with Hernandez.
VIZ editor Andy Nakatani spoke with CBR News about Naoki Urasawa's popular "Pluto," a manga series that sprung from a plotline in Osamu Tezuka's "Astro Boy" universe to tell a gripping story of murder in a robot-filled world.
The Fantastic Four are some of Marvel's most popular characters due to their adventures and family dynamic. CBR News spoke with Hickman about his plans to ensure that both elements are part of his run on the title. Updated with exclusive art!
Nick Percival and Radical Comics will present a new take on fairy tale lore with the release of the upcoming graphic novel, "Legends: The Enchanted," featuring steampunked versions of your favorite fantasy characters.
The CBR Review staff covered twenty different comics last week, including "Daredevil" #502, "Booster Gold" #26, "Supergod" #1, "Punishermax" #1, "Wall-E" #0, "JSA Vs. Kobra" #6, "Dark X-Men" #1 and more.
Marvel has released images and solicitation information for new comics on sale in February 2010, including "Siege," "Fall of the Hulks," "DoomWar," "Realm of Kings," "Second Coming," and more.
"Superman" in "a weird place." Has "Thor" found his Warriors Three? "Hack/Slash" gets a new writer. Also, "Heroes" clips of Thanksgiving, "Losers" talk, "Spider-Man 4" scuttle and more.
Disney to publish "Blue Bloods" graphic novel! IDW announces "The Last Unicorn" miniseries! The decade's best webcomics! Oh, bother, another Pooh lawsuit! Plus much more!
Courtesy of IDW Publishing, CBR presents an exclusive preview of the first issue of the new ongoing "Transformers" series by writer Mike Costa and artist Don Figueroa, in stores this Wednesday, November 18.
CBR News spoke with "Green Lantern Corps" writer Peter Tomasi about the repercussions of the death of a major DCU figure in the pages of last week's issue #42 and how the death will leave Guy Gardner seeing red.