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"One Piece" is Japan's top-selling comic of 2009 -- with 14.7 million copies! "Penny Arcade" charity raises $1 million in just weeks! Controversy over "Jump Start" comic strip! Another best-of-the-decade list! Plus more!
Director Matthew Vaughn talks "Kick-Ass." Stan Lee promotes his "Thor" cameo as only he can. Advanced praise for "Scott Pilgrim." Rick Remender mentions "Fear Agent" and a "Hobbit" update.
CBR spoke with Mark Waid about his "Power to the People" arc of "Amazing Spider-Man" in which the Web-Slinger must contend with both the amped-up powers of his classic foe Electro and the villain's new status as a "Man of the People.
Don't miss our new EVENTS CALENDAR, which has launched into Beta! Discover what events are happening in your 'hood and if you're holding an event yourself, be sure to submit it today for FREE!
Dark Horse has provided CBR with advance looks at new comics on sale this week, including the conclusion of Los Bros. Hernandez' "Citizen Rex," "BPRD: War on Frogs" #4, "Groo: Hogs of Horder" #2 and more!
COMICS SHOULD BE GOOD is over halfway through their list of the Top 75 Most Iconic DC Comics Covers of All Time as decided on by you, the readers. Check out the master list to see where your cover picks placed!
On Sunday, December 6, COMICS SHOULD BE GOOD is celebrating Fred Van Lente Day, and the "Amazing Spider Man" and "Incredible Hercules" scribe will celebrate by spending time chatting with CSBG readers at 4PM EST.
BOOM! Studios has provided CBR with advance looks at new comics on sale December 9, including #0s for "Toy Story" and "Muppet Show" ongoing series, "Farscape: D'Argo's Quest" #1, "Mickey Mouse & Friends" #298 and more!
Image Comics has provided CBR with an exclusive nine-page preview of "God Complex" #1 by Michael Avon Oeming and John Broglia. The issue is on sale this coming Wednesday, December 9.
COMICS SHOULD BE GOOD is continuing their countdown of the Top 100 Comic Book Storylines of All Time as voted on by you, the readers, and they're fast approaching the midway point with numbers 100 through 66 now revealed!
Joe Quesada takes CBR behind the scenes and shows us the process he used to create his four interlocking covers for "Siege," from the initial Iron Man sketch that the concept sprang from to the final penciled artwork.
Geoff Johns, the superstar writer behind DC Comics' "Blackest Night," "The Flash: Rebirth," "Adventure Comics" and "Superman: Secret Origin," is ready for another round of Q&As with CBR readers, and he needs your questions!
Courtesy of Dynamite Entertainment, CBR presents art by Alex Ross and John Cassaday for the upcoming Kevin Smith "Green Hornet" series and new details on the Hornet's rollout in 2010.
Writer Mark Millar and artist Steve McNiven, the dynamic duo behind Marvel's "Civil War" and "Old Man Logan," speak exclusivel with CBR News about their upcoming creator-owned Icon project, "Nemesis."
Did Timothy Truman actually write the theme song for Melrose Place? How was "Days of Future Past" originally supposed to end? And who is Leon Lazarus? Find out in this week's COMIC BOOK LEGENDS REVEALED!
The award-winning veteran childrens book writer and illustrator David Small spoke with CBR News about his memoir and debut graphic novel "Stitches," which has been widely acclaimed as one of the best books of the year.
Diamond Comic Distributors has announced that the company will be holding a new retailer's summit on April 15-16, 2010, in association with Reed Exhibition's first Chicago Comic and Entertainment Expo.
CBR's Doug Zawisza reviews "Blackest Night: Flash"#1 and gives it a 4-star rating, saying that the first issue of the Geoff Johns and Scott Kolins crafted mini "adds depth to the titular character and the event this series ties into."
Randy Stradley dives back into the franchise he helped to create with "Aliens vs. Predator: Three World War," a six issue miniseries launching in January. CBR spoke with the writer, who also wrote the original "AVP" miniseries in 1990.
New poster images for "Iron Man 2" and "Kick-Ass." Rick Remender talks "Last Days of American Crime." Sony CEO does not expect "Spider-Man 4" in 3D. "The Maxx" comes to DVD and more.
In the first installment of STORMING HEAVEN, CBR enlists writer Brian Michael Bendis to provide a commentary track for and insight into "Siege: The Cabal," the one-shot prologue which sets up 2010's Avengers event.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale this coming Thursday including "New Avengers Annual" #3, "S.W.O.R.D." #2, "War Machine" #12, "Invincible Iron Man" #21, & plenty more!
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Incredible Hulk" #605 by Greg Pak, Fred Van Lente, Ariel Olivetti, Paul Pelletier and Michael Ryan, in stores next Wednesday, December 9.
Dynamite Entertainment will be adding to it's classic character-driven line of series in 2010 after purchasing a wave of titles adapted from the works of Dean Koontz, Jim Butcher and more from Dabel Brothers Publishing.
Dynamite Entertainment has given CBR an exclusive first look at 4 different variant covers for upcoming issues of their "Project Superpowers: Chapter 2" series by Mark Texiera, Stephen Segovia and Jonathan Lau.
Chad Nevett enjoys the opening chapter of Norman Osborn's downfall, giving "Siege: The Cabal" a 4 star rating, stating that the comic provides a good start to the "Siege" event with a "[Doctor] Doom at his arrogant, entitled best."
Howard, the writer/artist/creator of "Dead@17" spoke with CBR News about his recently concluded miniseries "Afterbirth," which arrives in stores today in collected from, hints about the next series, "The Witch Queen," and more.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR presents an exclusive 6-page preview of "New Avengers Annual" #3, from the creative team of Brian Michael Bendis and Mike Mayhew, in stores next Wednesday.
Courtesy of Archaia, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Days Missing" #5, the final chapter of the mini-series. This issue features a story by Phil Hester, art by Frazer Irving, a Dale Keown cover and is in stores next week.
Yesterday, we learned that "Buffy Season 8" villain Twilight's identity would be revealed in issue #33. Later, a cover image identifying Twilight as President Obama surfaced. We spoke with editor Scott Allie for the real story.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR presents a 6-page preview of the first issue of next year's Avengers event, "Siege," by writer Brian Michael Bendis and artist Olivier Coipel. The mini-series debuts in stores on January 6, 2010.
Lucasfilms and Reed Exhibitions PopGroup have released details about this year's Star Wars Celebration V, which will be held in Orlando, Florida from August 12-15 in commemoration of the 30th Anniversary of "Star Wars."
The team of Jimmy Palmiotti and Justin Gray discuss the semicentennial issue of "Jonah Hex" and the way they chose to celebrate - with the death of 50 men by the hands of the man blessed with the mark of a demon.
Judge refuses to order shutdown of OpenBitTorrent! Call for Eisner submissions! Tokyopop considers fan translators for some titles! More best comics of the year! Biography delves into Patricia Highsmith's comics career! Plus more!
Sam Rockwell and his Salieri-like character in "Iron Man 2." Chris Noth talks playing a good Lex Luthor in "Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths." "Piper" to be a feature film. Also, a "Smallville" photo and more.
It's New Comics Day here in the USA, and CBR has over fifty previews of books on sale today from Marvel, DC Comics, Dark Horse Comics, BOOM! Studios, Oni Press, Dynamite Entertainment and Image Comics.
On December 12, Comic Book Resources will join forces with Golden Apple Comics to host the All-Star Holiday Spectacular, featuring creator signings, free giveaways, a Publisher Showcase & more.
UPDATED: CBR News has received new cover art for "Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 8" #33 that reveals none other than President Obama as the secret identity of the series' main villain, Twilight.
In preparation for a new beginning for the WildStorm Universe, writer Adam Beechen assembles a line-up of nearly every super hero in the universe's history to combat dueling alien invasions in a post-apocalyptic world.
The stockholder vote to finalize the proposed $4 billion deal between the media giants has been scheduled to take place by the end of the year, with the expected result making the House of Ideas a part of the House of Mouse.