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"Who Is Jake Ellis?" writer Nathan Edmondson and artist Tonci Zonjic return to their mysterious spy thriller with "Where Is Jake Ellis?" The new series launches in December from Image Comics.
The stars and executive producers screened the pilot for ABC's "666 Park Avenue" at Comic-Con International, and teased a series filled with dark secrets, soul-selling and a struggle between good and evil.
DC Comics has released a preview for "Detective Comics" #12, written and drawn by Tony S. Daniel. The issue goes on sale August 1.
John Layman spoke with CBR TV about his upcoming run writing Batman for "Detective Comics," the status of Showtime's "Chew" adaptation, working on more than on creator-owned title at a time and his dream DC Comics gig.
Doug Zawisza gives "Green Lantern" #11 by Geoff Johns and Doug Mahnke 4 stars, saying Mahnke "continues to draw up some of the most grotesquely detailed characters Green Lantern has ever fought."
Originally intended to promote IDW's upcoming "Shadow Show" anthology, the Comic-Con panel instead became a tribute to the book's inspiration, the late Ray Bradbury.
Deadshot clashes with Oliver Queen on "Arrow!" Behind-the-scenes pictures from "The Wolverine" surface. FX continues development on a new "Powers" pilot. Plus, a "Runaways" update and more!
This week's Cover of the Week contenders find a racing Goon, a flying owl demon, a dissected astronaut, a creepy Sith Lord and a bleeding Comedian.
Despite the opening ceremony of the Olympics on Saturday, Christopher Nolan's "The Dark Knight Rises" had a strong second weekend, breaking $500 million box office gross worldwide.
In this week's episode of "Breaking Bad," Walt learns that killing Gus Fring was the easy part -- keeping a clandestine meth operation running is a far more difficult proposition.
Marvel Comics is ready to roll out the next wave of their Marvel NOW! relaunch titles, and today the publisher teased a new start for "Invincible Iron Man" from creators Keiron Gillen and Greg Land.
"Green Lantern: New Guardians" and "Blue Beetle" writer Tony Bedard spoke with CBR about his #0 issues, the history of the scarab and how the Third Army will change Kyle and his team.
Writer Larry Tye discusses his new book "Superman: The High-Flying History of America's Most Enduring Hero" with Mark Waid at CCI 2012, highlighting the creation and lasting legacy of the Man of Steel.
Vertical Inc. acquires "Mobile Suit Gundam: The Origin" and "Wolfsmund"! Kodansha executives talk "Sailor Moon" and state of manga market! How to make San Diego more artist-friendly! Plus more!
Dynamite Entertainment has provided CBR with advance looks at new comics on sale this Wednesday, August 1, including "The Boys" #69, "Dark Shadows/Vampirella" #1 and more.
Award-winning crime novelist Megan Abbott makes her comics debut in "Untold Tales of the Punisher MAX" #3. CBR spoke with her about the issue and her unpublished Vertigo graphic novel.
A CCI audience was treated to a screening of the pilot for "Elementary," CBS's modern-day take on Sherlock Holmes, followed by a Q&A with stars Jonny Lee Miller and Lucy Liu, and the executive producers.
Journalist Geoff Keighley and the team from video game developer Crystal Dynamics discuss what makes the newest "Tomb Raider" different and similar to past incarnations.
Image Comics has provided CBR with an exclusive preview of "Spawn" #222, featuring the return of Tremor. The issue, written by Todd McFarlane with art by Szymon Kudranski, is available August 1.
Greg McElhatton gives "National Comics: Eternity" #1 4 stars, saying of the revival by Jeff Lemire, Cully Hamner and Derec Donovan, "This initial taste has me wanting more."
It's a trip down memory lane as SPINOFF remembers some of the great (and not-so-great) toy commercials from the 1980s including Transformers, DC Super Powers, Masters of the Universe and more!
Capcom released new information on a number of hotly anticipated games at its CCI 2012 World of Capcom panel including "DMC," "Resident Evil 6" and HD remakes for several of its classic franchises.
ROBOT 6's Chris Arrant chats with "Saucer Country" Ryan Kelly about his work on the Vertigo series, his webcomic "Cocotte," being a foodie, what superheroes he'd like to draw and more.
Every week, CSBG examines comic book stories abandoned and explained away by later writers, including the ever-changing pre-Crisis history of when Alfred first began working for the Waynes.
Archie Comics discussed the upcoming comics crossover between gaming icons Sonic the Hedgehog and Mega Man and teased future developments for both characters during a special at CCI 2012.
Captain Action made a comeback in a big way at CCI 2012 as Ed Catto presented upcoming developments for the classic hero, including a first look at an in-development "Captain Action" animated series.
All C’s Collectibles is putting together a fundraiser to benefit the victims of the July 20 shootings during the midnight premiere of "The Dark Knight Rises."
Courtesy of IDW Publishing, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Infected" #1. The miniseries, based on the novel trilogy by Scott Sigler, goes on sale August 1.
Udon Entertainment charged into San Diego with news of new "Street Fighter" graphic novels, a new line of anime artbooks and one of the hottest items of the con, a "Marvel Vs. Capcom" hardcover.
ROBOT 6's Michael May takes a look at the relaunched "Glory" comic by Joe Keatinge and Ross Campbell, noting that in each issue, "Keatinge has introduced some twist or development that immediately made me crave the next issue."
A CCI crowd was treated to a screening of "Cult," the upcoming drama from "Farscape" creator Rockne S. O'Bannon that delves in the shadowy depths of obsessive fandom.
Come check out CSBG's weekly collection of the strangest comics of all-time, including the latest addition, when Batman went on a cruise with a few of his dumbest college friends.
Christopher Nolan may have finished with his Batman trilogy, but would you like to see someone else continue to explore that world, a reboot, or no more Batman movies at all? SPINOFF wants to know.
Screenwriters Zak Penn and Scott Murphy discussed the origins of their Avatar Press superhero comic "Hero Worship," and Penn described his experience working on Marvel's various movies.
The fallout from the tragic Aurora, Colorado shootings continues to impact Warner Bros. plans for the Dark Knight as the studio's animation department announces changes to its incoming "Beware The Batman" animated series.
While a children's hospital has cancelled an appearance by Batman over concerns of upsetting young patients, "Dark Knight Rises" composer Hans Zimmer donates proceeds from sales of one of his songs to the Aurora Victims Relief fund.
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of Jim McCann and Rodin Esquejo's "Mind The Gap" #3. The mystery continues to unfold Wednesday, August 1.
The stars and executive producer of "Nikita" shared secrets at Comic-Con International about the upcoming season of The CW action-drama and the changing character dynamics.
Twenty percent to 25 percent of moviegoers are leery of going to theaters this weekend following the shootings last week in Aurora, Colorado, during a screening of "The Dark Knight Rises," a new survey finds.
In a special X-TRA edition of X-POSITION, "Uncanny Avengers" writer Rick Remender answers your questions about one of the most anticipated titles for Marvel NOW!, with the fate of "Uncanny X-Force" and more.