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CBR's Chad Nevett turns in this review of "Dark Avengers" #3 by Brian Bendis and Mike Deodato,, saying "the first nine pages of this comic are some of the strongest that Brian Michael Bendis has done."
The dynamic duo is about to return with comicdom’s version of the famous pairing, Grant Morrison and Frank Quitely. CBR News spoke with Morrison about the new in-continuity series from DC and why “Batman” #666 is so important to it.
With "War of the Witchblades" on sale now, Top Cow Graphic Designer Scott Newman brings you an in-depth look into the process behind "Witchblade's" new cover dress, with logo treatments and Chris Bachalo sketches.
As the basketball tournament goes along, so will a series of polls matching comics characters against each other. You’ll pick whichever character you like best in the match-up. The winner will emerge on April 6!
The latest playable character announced for Activision's "Marvel Ultimate Alliance 2" is none other than Songbird, formerly of the Thunderbolts. ROBOT 6 has the details from concept designer Dave Phillips.
Writer Sean McKeever announced in a message forum post last night that he is leaving “Teen Titans” with May’s issue #71. McKeever scripted the DC Comics series for 22 issues.
Directed by Ray Griggs, the parody "Super Capers” features misguided heroes and misguided filmmaking, with derivative characters and plots, some of which strain the definition of "homage."
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR brings you an exclusive first look at "Mighty Avengers" #23 by Dan Slott and Khoi Pham & Danny Mikki, on sale March 25.
The "Complete Dracula" writing team of Leah Moore & John Reppion tackle their next literary giant in comics form with Dynamite's upcoming "Sherlock Holmes" ongoing series, and talk to CBR about the book.
More on Iron Man 2 and No Heroics casting, an early opinion on the new Muppets script, initial impressions on G.I. Joe footage, and excitement for the BSG finale--it's all here, along with a few surprises.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you an exclusive first look at ten pages of "X-Force/Cable: Messiah War Prologue" by Craig Kyle & Christopher Yost and Mike Choi.
The co-writer of “Jonah Hex,” Jimmy Palmiotti talks to CBR TV about the series’ upcoming fiftieth issue and new projects like DC Comics' “Power Girl" and IDW's "Last Resort," as well as his and Justin Gray's video game work.
A new survey on the PlayStation Network is asking gamers what they think of digital comics and downloading graphic novels to Sony’s handheld PlayStation Portable console.
The writer behind the new graphic novel “Anne Steelyard and the Garden of Emptiness: An Honorary Man” from Penny-Farthing Press talks about her first comics project, historical writing and the inspiration Gertrude Bell.
Marvel has announced that Spider-Girl, whose print series concludes this week, will return in an all new series exclusive to Marvel Digital Comics Unlimited, written by Tom DeFalco and illustrated by Ron Frenz.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "Timestorm 2009/2099" #1 by Brian Reed and Eric Battle, on sale April 1 in comics stores everywhere.
CBR News talks with “Punisher” writer Rick Remender about his plans for the series and the impact of Frank Castle's guerrilla war on Norman Osborn's criminal empire, and The Hood in particular.
Courtesy of BOOM! Studios, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale this week including "Eureka" #3, "Potter's Field: Stone Cold," "Zombie Tales: The Series" #12 and more.
Wednesday Comics Reel, in which we right a wrong, clear up a Deadpool mystery, bring the bad news about Transformers 3, and Neil Gaiman on "The Colbert Report."
It's new comics day in the USA, and CBR has more than thirty previews of books on sale now from publishers including Image, Dark horse, Top Cow, Marvel, Dynamite and Radical.
Courtesy of Brain Scan Studios, CBR brings you an advance look at "Watchmensch," a parody of "Watchmen" by our own Rich Johnston with artist Simon Rohrmuller, on sale this week.
The "X-Force" writing team of Craig Kyle and Christopher Yost answer your questions about clones and action figures, "X-Force/Cable: Messiah War," and then set Glob Herman on fire…
Writer Greg Rucka talks to CBR TV about hiis work with James Robinson on DC’s Superman titles as well as “Queen & Country,” “Stumptown” and what's going on with the film adaptation of “Whiteout.”
CBR talks to former "Detective Comics" writer Royal McGraw, who returns to Gotham next week with “Batman: Battle for the Cowl – Commissioner Gordon,” a new one-shot also starring Mr. Freeze.
On sale this week is "Amazing Spider-Girl" #30, the final issue of the series that begin as "Spider-Girl" more than ten years ago. CBR's Doug Zawisza has an early review of Mayday Parker's last solo outing.
Dynamite releases this week a new Red Sonja anniversary card set featuring art by Adam Hughes, Alex Ross, John Romita, Sr., Frank Cho, Jim Lee, Arthur Adams, Joseph Michael Linsner and more. Check out this preview.
Courtesy of Dark Horse Comics, CBR brings you an advance look at "The End League" #7 by writer Rick Remender and artist Eric Canete, on sale this week in finer comics stores everywhere.
Writer Jeph Loeb talks for the first time about the "Public Enemies" arc of his and Ed McGuinness' bestselling “Superman/Batman” run being made into a Warner Bros. animated feature.
Gazillion Entertainment and Marvel have reached a 10-year agreement whereby the startup will build a series of online game worlds with Marvel’s comic book characters, starting with "Super Hero Squad."
Courtesy of Radical Comics, CBR brings you an advance look at "Hotwire: Requiem for the Dead" #2, written and illustrated by Steve Pugh based on a story by Warren Ellis and on sale this week.
Sin City 2's Long Hard Corner, Jack Shepherd channeling Steve McQueen, Thor's possible lady love, and Transformers 3's brand new release date--all this and more in today's reel roundup.
The hugely popular writer of such titles as “Gotham Central” and Queen & Country,” Greg Rucka talks to CBR TV about his newest projects for DC Comics, “Action Comics” and “Detective Comics” -- starring Batwoman!