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Courtesy of Dark Horse Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "The Strange Case of Mr. Hyde" #1, a new series by Cole Hadden and M.S. Corley launching Wednesday, April 27.
The latest installment in creator Wes Craven's long-running horror franchise, "Scream 4" reunites a cast of favorites to invoke and honor the spirit of the first movie while more than making up for the third one.
Acclaimed cartoonist and Oscar-nominated screenwriter Daniel Clowes talks about the new “Mister Wonderful” collection of his New York Times Magazine strip, "Wilson," and many other projects.
The cast of "Thunderbolts" has grown quite large and whether or not any of these characters will survive the series' upcoming "Fear Itself" tie-in is a question we placed to writer Jeff Parker.
"The Dark Knight Rises" picks up supporting cast! Chris Hemsworth talks "Thor!" A new "Priest" trailer arrives! Also, Kilowog negotiates for a voice, "Men In Black III" photos, and more.
The CW has released new video clips for "Smallville," promoting the next episode, "Kent," the series finale and a special look back at the Season 10 romance between Tom Welling's Clark and Erica Durance's Lois.
Michael Clarke Duncan is reportedly in final talks to voice the alien Green Lantern Kilowog in Warner Bros. summer tentpole film, joining Geoffrey Rush as fellow alien GL Tomar-Re. SPINOFF has details.
It's New Comics Day in the States, and CBR has nearly 70 previews of new titles on sale today from Marvel Comics, DC Comics, Dark Horse, Image Comics, IDW, BOOM! Studios, Oni, Dynamite, and more!
Writer Tony Bedard talks to CBR News about the ongoing “War of the Green Lanterns,” what the crossover event means for the “Green Lantern Corps" and the problem with the color yellow.
Stuart Moore, the writer of "Namor: The First Mutant," swims ashore to join X-POSITION in order to answer your questions and make a surprise announcement. All this, plus exclusive art!
In the face of tough times across the industry, CBR News has learned that a number of staffers at Dark Horse comics have been laid off including editors on the "Star Wars" and "Creepy" comics lines.
Fans, exhibitors and pros give their opinion on last weekend's first Kapow! Comic Con, with Bryan Hitch, Lienil Francis Yu, Ian Churchill and more weighing in on the Mark Millar promoted show.
Overall sales rose for a second month in row, though still lagging behind March, 2010. Marvel's "FF" #1 easily topped the monthly charts and the third collection of Vertigo's "The Unwritten" led trade paperback sales.
The stars of Fox Television's "Human Target" spoke with the press during WonderCon, discussing the impact of the show on their lives and what's to come in the possible third season.
Geoff Johns and Andy Kubert's "Flashpoint" #1 gets a Cyborg of Steel-centric variant cover thanks to Johns partners Ivan Reis and George Perez, and CBR News has your exclusive first look!
Warner Bros. has released three full-body images of Ryan Reynolds in full CG Green Lantern costume, so we get a look at Hal Jordan from his modified domino mask right down to his green-clad toes. SPINOFF has the pics.
In "Uncanny X-Men" #534.1, Kieron Gillen kicked off his run on as the series sole writer by examining the ideas of being feared and loved. The author joined us for some in-depth commentary and inside info on the issue.
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR has exclusive advance looks at "Red Robin" #22 and Batgirl #20, both of which storm their way into comic stores tomorrow, April 13.
One of the great artists of the Silver Age, Nick Cardy spoke with CBR News about his new book, collecting the work he did as a young man serving in WWII and provides an exclusive look at the book.
It turns out NBC didn’t change Wonder Woman’s costume in response to widespread criticism. Instead, star Adrianne Palicki will don three different looks in David E. Kelley’s pilot, including one with shorts.
Marvel Comics has provided CBR with covers and solicit information for product shipping July, 2011, including the latest from "FF," "Fear Itself," Captain America, "Thor," "Amazing Spider-Man" and more.
Jon Favreau talks "Cowboys & Aliens" duo! Natalie Portman talks Jane Foster! Michael Shannon talks Zod! Also, new "Green Lantern" images, "The Hobbit" at 48 frames per second, and more.
Marvel's "FF" #1 one of just two comics in past six months to break 100,000 copies! Police uncover copy of "Action Comics" #1 stolen from Nic Cage in 2000! Stolen Ethan Van Sciver art returned!
DC Comics has released a preview of "Superboy" #6 by Jeff Lemire and guest artist Marco Rudy with a cover by Eddy Barrows. It's Doomsday versus the Boy of Steel tomorrow, April 13!
July is a big month for Captain America as it sees the release of Cap's feature film as well as the launches of two Ed Brubaker-scripted Captain America titles. We spoke with Brubaker about both new series.
DC Comics has released solicitation information and images for new comics and products shipping in July 2011, including the latest chapters of the various "Flashpoint" series the return of Cassandra Cain and more!
ROBOT 6's Tim O'Shea spoke with Eisner-nominated writer Chris Roberson about his creator co-owned series "iZombie," plans for "Superman," this week's new issue of the "Fables" spinoff, "Cinderella" and more.
CBR News spoke with studio mates Tim Seeley, Mike Norton, Sean Dove and Josh Emmons about their newly launched foray into digital comics, the self-published, 99 cents, all-ages friendly "DoubleFeature"
Marvel held a press conference call to announce Joe Casey and Nick Dragotta as the creative team behind "Vengeance," a six-issue miniseries exploring villains' impact on young heroes.
Courtesy of Titan Books, CBR presents an exclusive preview of Ian Fleming's "The James Bond Omnibus, Volume 2." The collection is scheduled to hit stores this week!
Friends and colleagues gathered at WonderCon to pay tribute to the late Dwayne McDuffie, sharing memories and stories about the writer who influenced a generation of comics and animation fans.
Writer Neil Gaiman and director Toby Haynes discuss their contributions to the upcoming sixth season of "Doctor Who," producing world-class science fiction on a budget and what the future holds for the time-traveler.