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ROBOT 6 catches up with all of this month's Zuda Comics contestants about their entries, the feedback they've gotten on the site thus far and who they'd vote for if they weren't competing this month.
We're finally ready to put all of our Comic-Con International 2009 coverage to bed with the first of a handful of Photo Parades. Today, sites and sounds from Thursday at CCI!
In this week’s all-new CUP O’ Q&A, Quesada answers your questions about the return of Mary Jane Watson! And in a new CUP O' DOODLES, Joe takes you through the process of some "One More Day" artwork.
The latest trailer for Eidos' hotly anticipated "Batman: Arkham Asylum" video game highlights all of those wonderful toys Batman can utilize in taking down Arkham's inmates as they run wild.
Courtesy of Dynamite, CBR brings you an exclusive first look at John Cassaday's cover for "The Complete Alice in Wonderland" #1, adapted by Leah Moore & John Reppion.
One of the most popular and respected artists in the comic book industry, John Romita, Jr. talks to CBR TV about “Kick-Ass,” the new film based on the book by Romita & Mark Millar. Romita also announces a new project with Howard Chaykin!
CBR's James Hunt loves Marvel's "Ultimate Comics Spider-Man" #1, saying Brian Michael Bendis & David Lafuente deliver a book that feels fresh and "washes away the grimness that plagued the Ultimate Universe’s final year."
Is it just us or does Sam Raimi's "Drag Me To Hell" bear a striking resemblance to 1950s issue of "Haunt of Fear?" Plus new legends about Magneto, Martin Luther King & Malcolm X, Stan Lee and John Rozum!
Percy Carey has resigned as marketing director for the Image title “Tyrese Gibson’s Mayhem!”, citing "snake oil selling marketing tactics." UPDATED with comment from Image's Eric Stephenson.
Nick Fury's war against HYDRA is about hit a major snag, and his name is Norman Osborn. CBR speaks with “Secret Warriors” writer Jonathan Hickman about “Agent of Nothing” and the next arc, “God of Fear, God of War."
Courtesy of IDW Publishing, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "Doctor Who" #2 by writer Tony Lee and artist Al Davison with covers by Davison and Paul Grist, on sale next week in finer comics stores.
"Batman: Arkham Asylum" is hitting stores this month, and CBR's interview series concludes as we talk with Rocksteady's Tim Hanagan about what fans can expect from the gameplay as they take on the role of the Caped Crusader.
"Superman" must take flight, but cannot begin? "Wolverine" sequel writer announced! "Criminal Macabre" finds a home at Universal. All this, plus "Smallville" details, "Dead Space," and more.
What did the Siegels get in the latest Superman court ruling? Spotlight on the BOOM! Kids imprint! Editorial cartoonist Matt Davies talks about his layoff! David Small discusses "Stitches"! Plus, "Archie Comics" #1 expected to sell for $30,000!
Writer of the critical hit "R.E.B.E.L.S.", Tony Bedard is set to unleash “The Great Ten” on the DC Universe with a 10-part miniseries drawn by Scott McDaniel. CBR spoke with the writer about China’s high-powered team of super-functionaries.
CBR Reviewer Benjamin Birdie checks in with a look at "Blackest Night" #2 and gives the second issue of the event mini-series by writer Geoff Johns with artist Ivan Reis high marks -- 4.5 stars!
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale next Wednesday including "Punisher Noir" #1, "Dark Reign: The Hood" #4, "Deadpool: Suicide Kings" #5, "Mighty Avengers" #28, "Wolverine: Weapon X" #4" and more.
Following a one-month gap in publication, MySpace has welcomed Dark Horse back with a new issue of "MySpace Dark Horse Presents" featuring a Buffy story written by Jane Espenson.
Contributions are continuing to pour in, even after the benefit at the Chicago Comic-Con, to help comics veteran John Ostrander in his battle with glaucoma. More than $31,000 has been raised so far.
The Oscar-winning screenwriter of "The Usual Suspects," Christopher McQuarrie has signed on to write the sequel to "X-Men Origins Wolverine," which he will base on Chris Claremont & Frank Miller's work.
Roman Dirge is back with a new volume of "Lenore," and CBR has an exclusive preview for you. Released by Titan Books, "Lenore Volume II" #1 goes on sale this month in finer comics stores.
CBR brings you a roundtable interview session with two of the men behind “Doctor Who” and “Torchwood,” director Euros Lyn and writer-producer Russell T. Davies.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you an advance look at "Daredevil" #500, the anniversary issue with stories by Ed Brubaker, Michael Lark, Ann Nocenti, David Aja with covers by Alex Ross, Geoff Darrow, Gabriele Dell'Otto and more.
“G.I. Joe Special: Helix” hit stores this week from IDW, featuring a new top-secret female operative working undercover to bring down Cobra's Tokyo crime ring. CBR spoke with writer Brian Reed about the one-shot.
CBR's Greg McElhatton gives four stars to "Adventure Comics" #1, in which Geoff Johns and Francis Manapul make you realize just how much you really missed Superboy and the Legion of Super-Heroes.
The creator of the popular "Dinosaur Comics" web series, Ryan North goes in-depth with CBR about the venerable strip, its origins and inspirations, his favorite comics and his reinvention of web advertising,
Cameron Diaz opens up about "Green Hornet." "Priest" gets a priestess. "Sub-Mariner" still not on dry land. All this, plus Guy Ritchie talks about "Sgt. Rock" and trouble for the Spider-man musical.
Another legal victory for the Siegel family! Tokyopop will serialize original manga online! Trying to figure out the Amazon bestseller lists! Dave Gibbons talks technology! Plus, does Marvel still need its Ultimate imprint?
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "Ultimate Comics Spider-Man" #2 by Brian Michael Bendis and David Lafuente, on sale September 2 in comics stores everywhere.
CBR's Kiel Phegley turns in this full run down of the Chicago Comic-Con with word from organizers, retailers and a huge amount of talent from J.G. Jones to Mike Choi and more.
Scarlett Johansson made her first appearance at Comic-Con to talk about the highly anticipated “Iron Man 2,” her role as the Black Widow, working with Marvel Studios and other Marvel characters that she considered playing.