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A return appearance by Loki, Peter Panzerfaust taking a break from the war, Christian Walker and Deena Pilgrim keeping watch over the city, the world's worst - or best - tailgater, and Hollywoodland's fastest-rising star.
CBR presents exclusive previews for Jonathan Hickman and Ryan Bodenheim's "Secret" #2 and the first issue of "Creator-Owned Heroes" by Steve Niles, Jimmy Palmiotti, Justin Gray, Phil Noto and Kevin Mellon!
Upping its total box office take to $1.331 billion worldwide over the weekend, Marvel’s "The Avengers" has become he third highest-grossing film of all time behind "Titanic" and "Avatar."
CBR News spent some time helping the web-slinger take out the Rhino and explore a digital New York City in Activision and Beenox's new game based in the world of director Marc Webb's "The Amazing Spider-Man" film.
Update in child-pornography case against artist Josue Rivera (aka Justiniano). John Reppion and Leah Moore take polite approach to addressing piracy! The secret of Anime North's success! Plus more!
Dynamite Entertainment has provided CBR with advance looks at new comics on sale this Wednesday, June 6, including "Prophecy" #1, "The Boys" #67 and more.
DC Comics has released a preview of its 30-second TV commercial for "Before Watchmen" that will debut Tuesday on BBC America, IFC and G4. "Minutemen #1" arrives Wednesday.
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Green Arrow" #10. The stand-alone issue by Ann Nocenti and Oliver Nome lands in stores June 6.
Greg McElhatton gives "Angel & Faith" #10 4.5 stars, calling the issue by Christos Gage and Chris Samnee "the perfect introduction to the comic series."
J. Caleb Mozzocco shares seven thoughts on the new kid-friendly Superman title, noting "Would I recommend it? Aw yeah."
Every week, CSBG examines abandoned comic book stories that were later explained away by later writers, including the latest addition, a short-lived Spider-Man storyline where J. Jonah Jameson literally goes insane!
SPINOFF wants a movie version of Greg Rucka's latest novel. As soon as humanly possible.
"Buffy" writer Andrew Chambliss joins CBR for another SUNDAY CONVERSATION, an in-depth chat with the creators of your favorite projects and their lives away from the books themselves.
Robert Downey Jr. apparently had a role in mind for Bill Murray in Marvel’s "Iron Man," but didn’t know how to track down the famously inaccessible actor.
Greg McElhatton gives "Animal Man Annual" #1 4 stars, calling the annual issue by Jeff Lemire and Timothy Green II "a perfect case of a comic that both stands on its own as well as fits well into the greater picture of the series."
Robot 6's Brigid Alverson speaks to Rian Hughes about his redesign of the Valiant logo and cover elements for this year's new series including "X-O Manowar," "Harbinger" and more.
As GI Joe: Retaliation gets reworked for spoilery reasons, SPINOFF asks: Is something still a spoiler if you know that it's not going to end up happening?
One Million Moms abruptly removed its Facebook page after a post warning followers about the reintroduction of Green Lantern Alan Scott as gay was inundated by comments supporting DC Comics.
ROBOT 6's Graeme McMillan notes the "strange, hypocritical and entirely arbitrary attitude" he has toward the shipping schedules of superhero books versus creator-owned comics. It may be ridiculous.
With millions of fans around the world awaiting the next appearance of Thanos in the Marvel Avengers film franchise, spend your time marveling at the greatest moment in Thanos' history, the debut of...the Thanos-Copter!
Despite a menacing performance by Charlize Theron and breathtaking cinematography, the Chris Hemsworth and Kristen Stewart-starring fairy-tale reimagining "Snow White and the Huntsman" doesn't so much enchant as it bores.
With the first TPB of his ongoing run on Top Cow's "Witchblade" hitting shops, Tim Seeley tells CBR what inspired the action of his "Rebirth" arc from Chicago clubs to "Akira" and more.
You voted and now the results are in! Who is CSBG's greatest Spider-Man writer and greatest Spider-Man artist of all-time?
John Arcudi and Mike Mignola discuss "B.P.R.D. - Hell On Earth: The Return Of The Master," artist Tyler Crooks' stepping into Guy Davis' shoes and Cameron Stewart's upcoming "Hell On Earth: Exorcism" one-shot.
James Hunt gives "Spider-Men" #1 4.5 stars, calling the inaugural issue by Brian Michael Bendis and Sara Pichelli "technically excellent with well-judged pace and tone, it's everything a Spider-Man fan could want."
New York Times' Data Artist Jer Thorp spoke with CBR about his mind-bogglingly detailed data visualizations which track every issue of Marvel's "Avengers," providing a unique look at the history of the team and title.
CBR's Steve Sunu explores what DC Entertainment, WB Games and NetherRealm Studios' "Injustice: Gods Among Us" fighting game needs to do in order to succeed with gamers.
Did Donald Duck appear in a comic years before he officially first appeared in a cartoon? Plus, legends about other funny animal comics, including "Bucky O'Hare" and Dave Sim's pitch for "Spider-Ham!"
Marvel has released a first look at Sara Pichelli's interior art for "Spider-Men" #2 written by Brian Michael Bendis. The Marvel Universe and Ultimate Universe continues the crossover June 27.
Two new TV spots for "The Amazing Spider-Man" hit the web! Stephen Amell talks the challenges of "Arrow!" Chris Hemsworth expounds on "Thor 2!" Plus, "Kick-Ass 2" casting updates and more!
CBR presents an exclusive, extended preview of "The Boys" #67. The countdown to the final issue continues on June 6 courtesy of Garth Ennis, Russ Braun and Darick Robertson.
Ryan K. Lindsay gives "Superman Family Adventures" #1 4 stars, calling the issue by Art Baltazar and Franco "the ultimate example that true all-ages books exist and they are amazing."
Artist Oliver Nome is selling artwork to pay for brain tumor treatment, The Slate weighs in on the ethics of "Before Watchmen," and similarities between James Ellroy's writing and Brandon Graham's "Prophet" are examined.