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Webcomics creator Jamaica Dyer tell us why it's dangerous to taunt a hobo in her new MySpace Dark Horse Presents strip, “The Nightmare of the Wine Hobo."
The writer of the "Gears of War 2" video game, Joshua Ortega talks to CBR News about Wildstorm's "Gears of War" miniseries -- issue #3 on sale now -- and what ramifications it has on the ever expanding Gears of War franchise.
A last push for publicity in Frank Miller's Will Eisner adaptation, the Comedian hits LA, animated smashing with Dr. Banner plus "Wonder Woman," "City Hunter," "the Green Hornet" and more.
It's new comics day in the USA, and CBR brings you nearly fifty preview of books on sale right now from publishers including Marvel Comics, DC, Dynamite, Image, BOOM! Studios and Dark Horse.
With the release of “Umbrella Academy: Dallas” #2 from Dark Horse Comics today, CBR presents the first in a five part video interview with series creator Gerard Way. Today, a bit about Hazel & Cha-Cha.
Courtesy of Dynamite Entertainment, CBR brings you an exclusive first look at the Alex Ross cover of "Masquerade" #2. Written by Phil Hester with art by Carlos Paul, the issue goes on sale in 2009.
In this special holiday edition of REFLECTIONS, creators stop by to share their favorite comic books of 2008. Learn what Dan Abnett, Paul Dini, Marc Guggenheim, Jeph Loeb, Greg Pak and more chose as their book of the year.
DC has released advance looks at new comics on sale this week including new issues of "Batman," "Trinity," Wildcats," 'Wonder Woman," "Unknown Soldier," "Billy Batson and the Magic of Shazam!" and much more.
Writer Christopher Yost gives his ‘shift’ key a %$&*ing workout as he answers your questions about “X-Men: Kingbreaker” and “X-Force." Plus exclusive artwork from both series, all in this week's X-POSITION.
With Frank Miller's screen adaptation of "The Spirit" opening this week, CBR looks at the life and loves of the classic Will Eisner creation, from his origins as a newspaper strip to his reinvigoration by Darwyn Cooke.
In this week's new one-shot, “Captain America Theater of War: America First!”, writer/artist Howard Chaykin takes readers back in time with a tale that stars the Communist hunting Cap of the 1950s.
CBR has advance reviews of new comics on sale this week: Marvel's "New Avengers" #48 and Vertigo's "Greatest Hits" #4. What did reviewers Timothy Callahan and James Hunt think of these comics? Read on.
In this exclusive on-camera interview, superstar artist Tim Sale discusses his new work in "Captain America: White," his thoughts on "The Dark Knight," how "Heroes" has changed his life, and much more.
Tyrese Gibson looks forward to explosions while bracing for impact, The Mandarin may enjoy a good White Castle now and then, and we look at the future with Clark Kent, plus much more.
CBR News talks to artist Jorge Lucas about the current arc of Top Cow’s “The Darkness,” his collaboration with writer & artist Phil Hester, and the upcoming 75th issue milestone, featuring Darkness artists past and present.
Based on an original story by Warren Ellis, "Hotwire: Requiem for the Dead" is a new four-issue miniseries from Radical Comics. Steve Pugh talks about the February book, which he both scripted and fully painted.
Creators Scott Tipton & Stephen Mooney talk about their adaptation of the “Angel” episode “Not Fade Away,” which Angel comics they consider canon, and their individual contributions to “Angel: After the Fall."
CBR Reviewer Chad Nevett takes an advance look at this week's "Thor" #12 by J. Michael Straczynski and Olivier Coipel & Mark Morales, saying the new issue sees Colipel "continuing to produce stellar work on this series."
As Alfred and company meet with the unknown alien inhabitants of Happy Harbor, Tarot makes a dangerous decision and the JSI continues their war with the Dreambound and their newest recruits, all in last week’s “Trinity.”
Courtesy of Dynamite Entertainment, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale this week including "Army of Darkness: Ash's Christmas Horror" and "Red Sonja" #40.
With one issue remaining in his monster mash, “Superman & Batman vs. Vampires & Werewolves,” DC has tagged acclaimed horror author/filmmaker Kevin VanHook to pen the **Battle for the Cowl** tie-in miniseries, “Oracle.”
Kevin Sorbo gets a new reason to appear at conventions, the mind-melding movie gets a poster, court is back in session sans Stallone, plus "Wolverine and the X-Men" and "Smallville."
With the hardcover volume of "The Lone Ranger Vol. 2: No Lines Crossed" on sale now, Dynamite offers CBR readers a full chapter of the Brett Matthews & Sergio Cariello series.
With the first deluxe hardcover volume of "Jungle Girl Season One" on sale now, Dynamite Entertainment offers CBR readers a full chapter of the Frank Cho series co-written by Doug Murray with art by Adriano Batista.
Courtesy of BOOM! Studios, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale next week including "Farscape" #1, written by Rockne O'Bannon & Keith R.A. DeCandido with artwork by Tommy Patterson.
Courtesy of Image, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale next week including an exclusive preview of "Guerillas" #3 with story and art by Brahm Revel.
Comics Should Be good has published the master list of the top 100 comic book battles as chosen by you. Check out the list, read the commentary, and enjoy your own battles with fellow readers.
“The Office” stars Ed Helms and Angela Kinsey talk to CBR News about their hit sitcom, its behind-the-scenes hilarity, diverse fanbase, and of course their characters' awkward on-screen romance.
Ed Clayton's unlikely crusader returns to comics in 2009 with “Dr. Grave and the Carnival of Blood,” and the first issue is free.CBR spoke with Clayton about the new series and other incarnations of evil.
The third "Project Superpowers" spinoff dives into the history of heroes while reinventing a leggy bombshell into a mysterious crimefighter. Cover artist and series mastermind Alex Ross talks to CBR News about "Masquerade."
Beware the full moon in January, because Marvel's most famous werewolf is back courtesy of MAX Comics and Duane Swierczynski. We spoke with the writer about the character that introduced him to comics.