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Ten-year veteran of Marvel and long-standing overseer of the X-Men line, Axel Alonso has been tapped to fill the shoes of Editor-in-Chief Joe Quesada who will continue on in his role as the company's Chief Creative Officer.
David Lapham spoke with CBR about his adventures in Garth Ennis' "Crossed" universe, from "Family Values" to 2011's "Crossed 3D," "Psychopath" and historical horror miniseries "Caligula." Plus exclusive art!
Grant Morrison and Frank Quitely's legendary "Flex Mentallo" miniseries finally sees collected form in Fall of 2011 as Vertigo has announced a Deluxe Hardcover edition including special bonus materials.
Michel Gonrdy talks going commercial with "The Green Hornet." The "Spider-Man" musical finds its new villainous lady! Also, a half-trailer for John Carpenter's "The Ward" leaks and more.
Two Borders Group executives step down! Top four YA books checked out from New York Public Library were manga! Longtime retailer Carl Tupper passes away. Child's Play raises $2.3 million! Plus more!
A new promo image for the CW's long-running "Smallville" showcases the instantly recognizable Superman suit and signals the series' return to airwaves this January 29.
"V" actor Charles Measure spoke with SPINOFF ONLINE about his portrayal of hired assassin Kyle Hobbes, his character’s evolution from cutthroat mercenary to impassioned soldier and what he expects to see in season two.
CBR spoke with Top Cow managing editor Phil Smith about the "Top Cow Holiday Special" he wrote alongside illustrator Alina Urusov, while keeping an eye towards the publisher's plans for the upcoming year.
Last week, CBR's review team weighed in on over a dozen new releases, including the latest issues of "Deadpool Team-Up," "Action Comics," "RED: Eyes Only," "Astonishing Spider-Man and WOlverine" and more!
To help ring in the New Year with a bang, CBR News reached out to some of the biggest names in comics from Warren Ellis to Robert Kirkman for a look at what the creators are looking forward to in 2011 in the first of a two-part blowout.
This March, Mark Bagley returns to "Ultimate Spider-Man," not to praise Peter Parker, but to bury him. CBR spoke with the artist about the upcoming "Death of Spider-Man" storyline and his Marvel Comics future.
Vertigo has announced that "Joe the Barbarian" artist Sean Murphy will join writer/creator Scott Snyder for an "American Vampire" miniseries set to coincide with a World War II story arc in the main title. ROBOT 6 has details.
The "Hellblazer" writer will bring his brand of high concept storytelling to the DC Universe again in 2011 with a "Red Lanterns" series described as looking into "the boiling brains of his napalm-blooded corps."
DC Comics has released a preview for "Brightest Day" #17, written by Geoff Johns and Peter Tomasi with art by Ivan Reis, Pat Gleason, Ardian Syaf and more. DC's event series continues Wednesday, January 5.
DC Comics has released a preview for "Green Lantern: Emerald Warriors" #6 by Peter J. Tomasi, Fernando Pasarin and Cam Smith. Red and Green continue their quest together next Wednesday, January 12.
From the "Watchmen" movie you didn't get a chance to see to the crossover conversations of the industries biggest talents, CBR News presents our own picks for the biggest, brightest and bestest features we published across 2010.
From Fantagraphics' Carl Barks library to the final issue of "Thor: The Mighty Avenger," here's a scorecard of ROBOT 6's exclusive announcements, previews and more from Sunday's CBR takeover!
With the two-hour series premiere hitting this Sunday, January 9, NBC has released ten new clips from their new superhero series "The Cape," starring David Lyons, Summer Glau and others.
"V's" Chad Decker, Scott Wolf, spoke with SPINOFF about ABC's returning sci fi series, Dekker's continually conflicted relationship with both the alien invaders and the resistance fighters of the Fifth Column and more.
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR presents an exclusive, 9-page preview of Ben McCool and Ben Templesmith's "Choker" #5. The issue hits stores this Wednesday, January 5.
One of the comics industry game-changers of 2010 was the discovery of the crowd-funding website Kickstarter. Co-founder and CEO Yancey Strickler spoke with CBR News about his company's mission and philosophy.
CBR reviewer Doug Zawisza starts 2011 with a 4 star review for Marvel Comics' "Hulk" #28, saying that the creative team of writer Jeff Parker and artist Gabriel Hardman "continues to impress."
The fan forum at the back of DC Comics is back this year, and DC's Co-Publishers explain to CBR News exclusively how the move builds community, ties in with $2.99 and goes along with other big plans for 2011.
Dynamite Entertainment has provided CBR News with advance looks at new comics shipping this wednesday, January 5, including "Green Hornet" #12, "Vampirella" #2, "Raise the Dead 2" #2 and more.
A brief "Captain America" clip hits the Internet! "The Green Hornet" in slideshow form! "Thor" spoiler so intense, we can't share them! Also, new details from "Batman Live!" and more.
Tokyo's winter Comiket draws 520,000 people! Archie threatens Indian film that swaps Riverdale for Delhi! "Troop 142" heading to print! Philadelphia Daily News ends comics column! Plus more!
As 2011 gets ready to take over the talk of the comics business, CBR News places its top 100 comics of last year together to crunch the numbers on the big critical winners of 2010 and prepare for what's next.
ROBOT 6 winds down their big birthday bash with a mammoth collection of thoughts and reflections from pros on the previous year and the coming one, as well as what they’ll be working on in 2011.
AdHouse publisher Chris Pitzer talks to ROBOT 6 about 2010 and looks forward to 2011, covering “Duncan the Wonder Dog,” “Afrodisiac,” AdDistro, upcoming work by Jay Stephens and Matt Howarth, and more.
Every Sunday ROBOT 6 asks, “What Are You Reading?” of its staff, readers and a special guest. In honor of their birthday, today they asked the staff at CBR and Comics Should Be Good! to play along.
Courtesy of BOOM! Studios, check out a 13-page preview of this week’s “Irredeemable #21” by Mark Waid and Peter Krause. The world is happier since aliens captured the Plutonian, but how long will it last?
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, check out an exclusive preview of “Wolverine and Jubilee #1,” the first issue of a new miniseries that teams Wolverine with his newly vamped out sidekick. It arrives in stores Jan. 19.
Courtesy of Tokyopop, ROBOT 6 offers an exclusive first look at the cover to the “Priest Purgatory,” a four-part graphic novel that will bridge the gap between the manhwa and the film based on it.
Writer Jim Zubkavich shares hints about upcoming storylines, how he works with artist Edwin Huang and some awesome artwork as he talks to ROBOT 6 about the Image Comics series “Skullkickers.”
Courtesy of BOOM! Studios, ROBOT 6 presents one last exclusive first look at the company’s April 2011-shipping covers, this time for their “Stan Lee Presents” titles – “Starborn,” “Soldier Zero” and “The Traveler.”
What does it mean when a title sells out? ROBOT 6 talks to Archaia’s editor-in-chief and three creators about "Return of the Dapper Men" and "Mouse Guard" blowing through their first printings.
“Villians” artist Ryan Cody talks to ROBOT 6 about his new end-of-the-world superhero comic “Icarus,” his foray into self-publishing, making it available to fans and the status of the “Villains” film.
ROBOT 6 talks to “Julius Knipl: Real Estate Photographer” creator Ben Katchor about “making the impossible possible” in his upcoming release from Pantheon, “The Cardboard Valise.” The book is due on March 8.
Robot 6 closes the door on 2010 by looking back at their favorite comic books of the year, including “Parker: The Outfit,” “Acme Novelty Library,” “Batman & Robin,” “Thor the Mighty Avenger” and many more.