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Marvel has debuted a series of new "Avengers" posters spotlighting Iron Man, Captain America, the Incredible Hulk, Black Widow, Hawkeye, Thor, Nick Fury and Maria Hill.
Marvel has provided CBR with an exclusive first look at Steve McNiven's interior pages for "AvX Vs." #2, featuring Captain America and Gambit locked in battle.
Diamond has released its sales information for February, 2012, and John Mayo has crunched the numbers to find DC sweeping the Top Ten once again while Marvel leads in total dollars and sales
Matt Bors is first alternative political cartoonist to win Herblock Award! Small Press and Alternative Comics Expo announces 2012 winners! Closer look at February sales! Don Markstein passes away. Plus much more!
SPINOFF has been provided with the exclusive first look at "Crossed" artist Jacen Burrows' comic poster for "Intruders," the thriller from "28 Days Later" director Juan Carlos Fresnadillo.
Last week, CBR's reviewers looked at over twenty new releases, including the latest issues of "Swamp Thing," "Fatale," "Defenders" and more!
Artist Gary Frank spoke with CBR News about his and Geoff Johns "The Curse Of Shazam" backup story in "Justice League," as well as his "Earth One" and "Smallville" work.
Ever wanted to test your mettle against the walkers in AMC's "The Walking Dead?" You'll get your chance when AMC launches its "The Walking Dead" social game in April. CBR News has details.
Are you ready to stump Mark Waid? The "Daredevil" writer is seeking questions about comics trivia and minutia, his career and everything else for a special WonderCon 2012 panel.
WonderCon 2012 is just days away, and CBR has you covered! Check out our plans for the show, form panel coverage to our partnership witn Rotten Tomatoes, and keep it tuned to CBR for all the weekend's breaking news.
DC Comics has released their full solicitations text and images for product being released in June, 2012, including the first installments of the Before Watchmen titles, the final issue of "Scalped," and more.
Nearly 25 years after the release of the original "Batman" film, "24" star Kiefer Sutherland has revealed he passed on an opportunity to play Robin beside Michael Keaton's Batman.
Cartoonist Faith Erin Hicks spoke with CBR about her new book "Friends with Boys," discussed her weekly comic "The Adventures of Superhero Girl" and weighs in on blogging, zombies, KGB cheerleaders and more.
Marvel has released a mysterious teaser possibly heralding the return of Captain Marvel to his own series with more details to come during WonderCon 2012.
Following his excursion to "Arkham City" in 2011, Batman could very well be returning to the video game world this summer according to a recent retail listing.
Marvel's premiere gay couple, the Young Avengers known as Wiccan and Hulkling, kissed for the first time in last week's "Avengers: Children's Crusade," and Brett White can't stop pondering the wider implications.
DC has revealed a preview of "Green Lantern" #7 by Geoff Johns with art by Doug Mahnke. The Indigo Tribe returns to "Green Lantern" with a secret on March 14.
Doug Zawisza gives "O.M.A.C." #7 by Dan DiDio and Keith Giffen 4 stars, saying "there truly is no other book on the stands that innovates while paying tribute so marvelously."
DC has released a preview of "Fairest" #2 by Bill Willingham with art by Phil Jimenez. The adventures of Ali Baba, Sleeping Beauty and the Snow Queen continue April 4.
The rebirth of the Extreme Universe continues as Image Comics provides CBR with an exclusive preview of Joe Keatinge and Ross Campbell's "Glory" #24, on sale March 14.
In the wake of a February print performance that again took the top ten, DC Comics' John Rood and Bob Wayne share their digital rankings, discussing the strength of the "Beyond" line and the reality of market share.
Joss Whedon on "The Avengers" at SXSW! "The Walking Dead" spoilers abound! A trailer preview for "Prometheus!" Plus, "Amazing Spider-Man" and more!
In the penultimate episode of the second season of "The Walking Dead," the survivors bid farewell to Dale and fortify the farm against increasing walker encroachment as Rick grapples with a threat a little closer to home.
This week, the Green goes art nouveau, the War on Drugs goes psychedelic, Miles Morales goes to Aunt May and Gwen Stacy, "Fatale" goes for its gun and the title of "Fairest" cover goes to...
Ryan Lindsay gives Matt Fraction and guest artist Michael Lark's "Defenders" #4 4 stars, calling the series "the sort of comic you shouldn't define" while this issue will "have you thinking and feeling."
IDW Publishing has provided CBR with an exclusive review of "Locke & Key: Clockworks" #5 by the Eisner-winning team of Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez. The issue hits March 14.
Periodical sales rise 22.26% over February 2011! Marvel moves to "self covers" for $2.99 comics! A look at Archie Comics sales figures! Amy Reeder on her "Batwoman" departure! Plus much more!
Dynamite Entertainment has provided CBR with advance looks at new comics on sale this Wednesday, March 14, including "Warlord of Mars" #16, "Dark Shadows" #4, "The Ninjettes" #2 and "Nowhere Man" #2.
DC Comics has provided CBR with an exclusive preview of "Batwoman" #7 by JH Williams III, W. Haden Blackman and Amy Reeder. "To Drown the World" continues Wednesday, March 14.
The writer whose passion for digital comics has been well known brings his tablet-first findings to Marvel as Mark Waid explains how his Nova "AvX" tie-in story for Marvel Infinite Comics is just a first step.
Marvel CCO Joe Quesada talks the launch of Marvel Infinite Comics, a new run of stories created specifically for tablet devices tying into "Avengers Vs. X-Men."
Marvel Digital SVP Peter Phillips and EIC Axel Alonso outline the new products debuting at SXSW including an Augmented Reality app adding content to "Avengers Vs. X-Men" and the new Infinite Comics platform.
J. Caleb Mozzocco uses the release of "Supurbia #1" as an excuse to talk about superhero analogies, as he delves into analogues of popular superheroes and its place as a trope in comics.