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Logan's cold but has something to share, Johnny Storm gets a skateboard, Marc Spector comes to the small screen plus more in today's look at links, legends and lies.
Images Comics has provided CBR News with an exclusive preview of "Elephantmen" #15, shipping this Wednesday January 21st by Starkings, Churchill, Buccellato Cook, Sale and Stewart.
The Spider-Man/Obama/Savage Dragon debate continues on ROBOT 6, as "Savage Dragon" creator Erik Larsen responds to "Amazing Spider-Man" editor Stephen Wacker's response. What's he say? Come inside to find out.
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR brings you advance looks at new books on sale next week including an exclusive preview of "Spawn" #188 written by Todd McFarlane & Brian Holguin with art by Whilce Portacio & Todd McFarlane,
ROBOT 6' returns with your weekly dose of rivia and cursory analysis of DC Comics' weekly superhero series, "Trinity." In this week's issue, we get more on Dinanna and Kellel, plus a new group of bad guys.
Superstar writer Robert Kirkman stops by CBR News to dish on upcoming plans for his two more horrific ongoing Image Comics series, "The Walking Dead" and "The Astounding Wolf-Man."
In this week's new edition of RE-READING WATCHMEN, Carr & Atom! are joined by "Infinite Horizon" writer Gerry Duggan as they analyze the classic fifth chapter of "Watchmen," the landmark "Fearful Symmetry."
In advance of tonight's mid-season premier, two "Battlestar Galactica" writers take CBR News inside the creation of the hit show's final episodes as well as Dynamite’s canonical “Final Five” miniseries.
Image Comics has provided CBR with an advance look at the publisher's solicitations for April, 2009, including new work by Ivan Brandon, Frank Cho and Bill Sienkiewicz, plus a new Frazetta Comics one-shot.
"Amazing Spider-Man" editor Steve Wacker stops by ROBOT 6 to respond to Savage Dragon creator Erik Larsen's claims that Marvel copied his Barack Obama-based "publicity stunt."
If J. Michael Stracynski didn't write Dr. Doom crying in the Spidey 9/11 issue, then why is Dr. Doom crying? Learn the whole story, plus truths about Paul Tobin and Dan Carr, in this week's new Comic Book Legends Revealed!
In this month's "Punisher: Frank Castle" #66, the titular vigilante heads to Philadelphia, where he's forced into a lethal race against time. CBR News spoke with writer Duane Swierczynski about "Six Hours to Kill."
Reggie Hudlin's heading to New York, Andy Serkis is making his call time, Clark looks surprised again plus "Watchmen," "Cowboy Bebop," "Wolverine," "Street Fighter," "Scott Pilgrim" and more.
Original works by comics luminaries Joe Madureira, Rich Buckler, Adam Kubert, Art Thibert, Emilio Squeglio and Jerry Ordway will be available to the highest bidders in an auction to benefit The Hero Initiative.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale next Wednesday including "Mighty Avengers" #21, "Astonishing X-Men" #28, "Uncanny X-Men Annual" #2, "X-Men: Kingbreaker" #2 and more.
Word came late today from the Hollywood Reporter that Warner Bros. & Fox have agreed on a settlement concerning "Watchmen" distribution rights with the film still debuting in March, and ROBOT 6 has the latest details.
Kieran Culkin has reportedly been cast as Wallace Wells in Edgar Wright's "Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World," adapted from Bryan Lee O'Malley's Oni Press graphic novel series.
Darkhawk begins in February a journey that will lead to a larger cosmic destiny and a major role in the upcoming War of Kings event. CBR News spoke with writer C.B. Cebulski about "War of Kings: Darkhawk."
Join CBR News for the second part of our in-depth conversation with the skillful architects of “Star Wars: Vector,” Dark Horse’s successful event maxiseries 4,100 years in the making.
January is DC's month of villainy as the bad guys take the stage in Faces of Evil. First up, we examine Grant Morrison's "anti-Batman," Prometheus, and Germany's World War I flying ace, Hans Von Hammer, the Enemy Ace.
With the first two printings of "Amazing Spider-Man" #583 selling out immediately, Marvel Comics is going back to press for a third printing of the special issue that guest stars U.S. President-Elect Barack Obama.
CBR's new blog ROBOT 6 discusses attorney filings that suggest the bitter legal feud between 20th Century Fox and Warner Bros. over the film adaptation of "Watchmen" could be resolved as early as today.
Veteran comics writer John Layman talks to CBR about his exhaustive work on "Champions Online," the new MMO based on the classic role-playing universe. The writer also discusses the cancelled Marvel online game.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR brings you an exclusive first look at "Dark Avengers" #1. Written by Brian Michael Bendis with art by Mike Deodato, this issue goes on sale January 21.
Comics and screen scribe Marc Guggenheim prepares to launch a new horrific set of heroes by way of Dynamite’s latest original miniseries, "Super-Zombies," co-written with Vince Gonzalez and illustrated by Mel Rubi.
Is this the Black Widow? We wonder while the Rock of Eternity may still see the light of day, Roberto Orci reveals some new Cybertronians plus news on "Heroes," "Smallville" and more.
CBR News checked in with writer Zeb Wells and artist Todd Nauck about the instant sell-out “Amazing Spider-Man” #583, blessed with Barack Obama on the cover, from a signing at Alakazam Comics in Irvine, CA.Updated
CBR Reviewer Benjamin Birdie checks in with a review of Wednesday's big release, "Final Crisis" #6, giving the issue four stars, saying Grant Morrison is "...paying tribute to imagination, the literal power of words and ideas."
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you an exclusive first look at the cover of "X-Force" #14, featuring the return of Stryfe. Written by Chris Yost & Craig Kyle with art by Clayton Rain, this issue goes on sale in April.
ROBOT 6 compiles reports from retailers detailing the huge crowds outside comics stores today, with fans lined up all over the country to get their hands on "Amazing Spider-Man" #583, guest-starring Barack Obama.
Fan favorite wrtier Greg Rucka is taking over “Action Comics” from his pal Geoff Johns in March, but there will be some different heroes headlining the book in 2009 other than Superman. We spoke with him about the book.