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This week, discover the truth behind some of DC Comics' most fascinating legal maneuvers, including a lawsuit against a pornographer and the supposed acquisition by Warner Bros.!
"Tintin" directors in bowler hats! "Tamara Drewe" becomes a major drama. Matt Hawkins talks out his "Alibi." All this, plus "Heroes" casting news, "Smallville," and more.
More on the Disney-Marvel deal, of course: comics as a break-even business, and Marvel as a way for Disney to appeal to boys! Dan Nadel looks at the career of David Mazzucchelli! Spotlight on Sergio Aragonés!
Fans of Ed Brubaker & Sean Phillips' "Incognito" can expect more underworld action when the duo’s acclaimed “Criminal” series returns this month with "The Sinners." We spoke with Brubaker about the new reader-friendly storyline.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale next Wednesday including "The Marvels Project" #2, "Dark Reign: The List - Avengers," "Kick-Ass" #7, "X-Men Forever" #7 and more.
Courtesy of Image, CBR brings you the trailer for "Fall Out Toy Works," the new comic book created by Fall Out Boy lead singer Pete Wentz and designer Darren Romanelli and written by Brett Lewis with art by Sami Basri, on sale now.
From the floor of Fan Expo Canada, Ivan Reis shared with CBR his thoughts on drawing a series the size of “Blackest Night” and what it means to him that he keeps getting bigger and bigger projects from DC.
In honor of Marvel's 70th anniversary, Comics Should Be Good continues its countdown of your picks for the Top 70 Marvel Panels of All Time with numbers 20-11. Check 'em out!
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "Thunderbolts" #135 by Andy Diggle and Miguel Angel Sepulveda with a cover by Francesco Mattina, on sale September 9.
DC Comics Executive Editor Dan DiDio's trademark Sunday Conversation panel concluded Fan Expo Canaday with a quiz for attendees to name Aquaman foes.
While no announcement was made about a new "Alpha Flight" book, the Canadian audience at Fan Expo was provided with a peek into the future of Marvel Comics with Editor-in-Chief Joe Quesada, and CBR was there.
CBR's Doug Zawisza likes the new issue of DC Comics' "Green Lantern," praising Geoff Johns' story and saying Doug Mahnke & Christian Alamy deliver "visuals that press the boundaries of the page."
In honor of Marvel's 70th anniversary, Comics Should Be Good continues its countdown of your picks for the Top 70 Marvel Panels of All Time with numbers 30-21. Check 'em out!
Writer David Rodriguez and artist Patrick McEvoy talk to CBR News about the series relaunch and the mythos of the Starkweather universe, where Templars and Witches fight an endless war with a young man caught in the middle.
"Green Hornet" rides into production! "30 Days of Night" sequel to begin shooting. Guy Ritchie takes on the Main Man? All this, plus news on the Spider-man musical and more.
Danish publisher recalls Donald Duck comic! Tokyopop revives seven suspended series! Archie Andrews, king of downloads? Decatur Book Festival features comics programming! Plus, is Batman the greatest superhero ever?
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "Dark Avengers/Uncanny X-Men: Exodus" #1 by Matt Fraction and Mike Deodato & Terry Dodson with a cover by Steve McNiven.
Walt Simonson shares the story of how “Prince Valiant” inspired Jack Kirby’s The Demon and DCU Executive Editor Dan DiDio tells us why writing the Metal Men gave him the bug to take on a monthly series in the New Year.
CBR's Chad Nevett gives "Strange Tales" #1 a 4.5-star review, saying the indie-centric Marvel book, which features work from Pope, Bagge, Shaw and more, delivers something that will please everyone.
"Sherlock Holmes" and "Snatch" director Guy Ritchie has signed on to direct a feature film based on Lobo, the ultraviolent DC Comics character created by Keith Giffen and Roger Slifer. Joel Silver and Akiva Goldsman will produce.
Stars Kate Beckinsale and Gabriel Macht, producer Joel Silver, and original comic book writer Greg Rucka reveal the cold of Manitoba, the warmth of Montreal, and other challenges in bringing Oni's "Whiteout" to the big screen.
The writer of such superhero classics as “Starman” and “The Golden Age,” James Robinson talks to CBR TV about his new work in the DC Universe with “Superman” and “Justice League of America.”
With three new ongoing series based on the long-running sci-fi franchise, incoming writers Brandon Jerwa and Doug Murray take CBR inside "Stargate" #0 and beyond to "SG-1" and "Atlantis" territory.
In honor of Marvel's 70th anniversary, Comics Should Be Good continues its countdown of your picks for the Top 70 Marvel Panels of All Time with numbers 40-31. Check 'em out!
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you an exclusive first look at artwork from “Incredible Hulk” #602 by Ariel Olivetti. Written by Greg Pak, this issue goes on sale September 23 in comics stores everywhere.
Courtesy of BOOM! Studios, CBR brings you an exclusive first look at Dan Brereton's variant cover for "the third issue of "The Anchor," the new series by Phil Hester and Brian Churilla.
If a six-issue miniseries drawn by six Image founders isn't enough, an extra16-page story should do the trick. Robert Kirkman talks with CBR News about the special prelude to "Image United" featured in October's comics.
Marvel CEO Ike Perlmutter, billionaire "man of mystery"! Viz Media's co-owners buy European anime distributors! Controversial "Tintin in the Congo" faces another lawsuit! Fan Expo Canada draws 59,000! Plus, much more!
"Kick-Ass" gets its release date and an animated sequence. "Iron Man 2" in 3-D? "Cowboys & Aliens" gets Iron Men? All this plus Lex Luthor speaks, new Astro Boy stills, and more.
It's New Comics Day in the USA, and CBR brings you more than 30 previews of books on sale now from publishers including Marvel, Radical, Dynamite Entertainment, Image Comics and Vertigo. Check 'em out!
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you a clip from the next episode of "Spider-Woman: Agent of S.W.O.R.D." by Brian Michael Bendis and Alex Maleev, on sale now.
The men behind Tony Stark, director Jon Favreau and actor Robert Downey, Jr. are set to bring Fred Van Lente and Andrew Foley's "Cowboys and Aliens" to the big screen in 2010.
The writer of “Wolverine: Weapon X,” Jason Aaron answers your questions about cancer bullets and the most dangerous buns in the Marvel Universe. Plus exclusive art, all in today's X-POSITION!
In honor of Marvel's 70th anniversary, Comics Should Be Good's countdown of the top 70 Marvel Comics panels of all time continues with your votes for #70-41, which you can check out right now.