Comic-Con Trailers: The Best of the Best, Ranked
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With Buffy Summers' life taking new and unexpected turns in the wake of a positive pregnancy test, writer Andrew Chambliss takes us once again BEHIND BUFFY SEASON 9 for a discussion of "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" #6.
CBR's reviewers weighed in on nearly twenty new releases in the last week, including the first issue of "Kevin Keller," Rick Remender's "Secret Avengers" #22 and more!
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR presents an exclusive look at Kurtis J. Wiebe and Tyler Jenkins' new ongoing series "Peter Panzerfaust." "Red Dawn" meets Peter Pan, on sale tomorrow.
James Hunt gives "Wolverine & The X-Men: Alpha and Omega" #2 4 stars calling Brian Wood's second issue of the miniseries an "immediately entertaining read with fantastic art."
The midseason premiere of AMC's "The Walking Dead" broke the show's own record on Sunday for total number of viewers and the 18-49 and 25-54 demographics.
Gearing up for its second year in May, Mark Millar's Kapow! Comic Con has released a guest list including Joe Quesada, Warren Ellis and more, and the show reveals fan involvement in its movie and TV rollout and news on the Stan Lee Awards.
DC Comics has released their full solicitations text and images for product being released in May, 2012, including the latest from "Action Comics," "Green Lantern," Earth Two," "World's Finest" and more.
Tristan Jones, who wrote two previous incarnations of "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles," adds a third with "Infestation 2: TMNT." CBR News spoke with Jones about the title, plus exclusive art.
In the first part of a week-long exploration of the first crossover event of the New 52, the "Batman" creative team of Scott Snyder, Greg Capullo and editor Mike Marts reveals the secret origins of "Night of the Owls."
Marvel Comics' Next Big Thing extravaganza is back as Kieron Gillen and Andy Lanning gave details on "Exiled," a "Journey Into Mystery"/"New Mutants" crossover event.
Chad Nevett gives "Frankenstein, Agent of S.H.A.D.E." #6 4 stars, saying the issue by Jeff Lemire and Alberto Ponticelli delivers "the best of both worlds in storytelling."
Editorial Director Mark Siegel and Senior Editor Calista Brill speak to the direction of First Second, web serialization, strong female heroines, Paul Pope's "Battling Boy" and exclusive preview pages of this year's titles.
SPINOFF's Kevin Melrose recaps the midseason premiere of "The Walking Dead," "Nebraska," dealing with the aftermath of "Pretty Much Dead Already" and the loss of Sophia.
DC has revealed Chris Burnham's variant cover for "Action Comics" #7 written by Grant Morrison with art by Rags Morales and Rick Bryant. The issue hits stores March 7.
Minor spoilers from "The Avengers" Toys! Emma Stone on "Amazing Spider-Man!" "Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance" ramps up for release! Plus, "The Walking Dead" and more!
Writer Mark Evanier spoke exclusively with CBR News about joining with "Garfield" newspaper strip artist Gary Barker to bring Jim Davis' fat cat to comic books this May, courtesy of BOOM! Studios' kids imprint KABOOM!
"The Secret World of Arrietty," an animated adaptation of "The Borrowers" from Disney and Studio Ghibli, is a thoroughly enchanting tale of life, love and loss when you’re three inches tall.
New images from Toy Fair 2012 of an "Avengers"-based board game may indicate the involvement of Marvel's alien shape-shifters. SPINOFF has the details.
DC releases full solicitation info with new details on Geoff Johns and Gary Frank's "Batman: Earth One" original graphic novel. Batman's hunt for his parents' killer begins this July.
Kevin Melrose and Steve Sunu present an homage to "Star Wars," dueling barbarians, a shadowy thief and Frank Castle's final resting place as they pick CBR's Cover of the Week.
"Smallville" writer Bryan Q. Miller is set to expand Clark Kent's universe with a new digital-first series exploring the world of Superman, Lex Luthor, Chloe Sullivan and the rest of the cast following the TV series' conclusion.
Chad Nevett gives the final issue of Jason Aaron and Steve Dillon's "PunisherMAX" 4.5 stars, calling it "a fitting end to the series...a near-perfect final issue."
Judges hear appeal in Warner Bros.' lawsuit against Superman lawyer! Former Judge Dredd artist Brett Ewins arraigned! Creators comment on Marvel-Gary Friedrich case! Plus much more!
Dynamite Entertainment has provided CBR with advance looks at new comics on sale this Wednesday, February 15, including "Army of Darkness" #1, "Flash Gordon: Zeitgeist" #3, "Vampirella" #14 and more.
DC has provided CBR with an exclusive preview of "Nightwing" #6 written by Kyle Higgins with art by Eddy Barrows and Geraldo Borges, in stores February 15.
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents an exclusive first look at the solicitations and covers for "Batman," "Nightwing," "Birds of Prey" and the rest of the Bat-family's May-shipping titles.
After his lawsuit against former collaborator Robert Kirkman made waves in comics and Hollywood, Tony Moore gives his side of "The Walking Dead" rights battle to CBR, saying that the courts will reveal the truth of the comics creation.
The Avengers? The Hulk? SPINOFF knows that Marvel has much more interesting concepts up its sleeve, and suggests that the company consider its red-headed fashion detective for a TV spin-off.
Come check out CSBG's weekly collection of the goofiest comic book moments of all-time, like Batman's subtle way of silencing Catwoman or the classic Fantastic Four phrase, "“Not the Encephalo-Gun!”
ROBOT 6's Chris Mautner pays tribute to six clever-but-canceled comic strips, from "Bo Nanas" by John Kovaleski to "Oh, Brother" by Jay Stephens and Bob Weber Jr.
Doug Zawisza gives the final issue of "Penguin: Pain & Prejudice" 4.5 stars, calling Gregg Hurwitz's villainous story "a great read all the way through."
New trailers for "The Avengers" and "Amazing Spider-Man," more creative shifts in the New 52, "AvX" cover reveals, "Ghost Rider" creator Gary Friedrich fined $17K by Marvel and more this week on CBR.
Kelly Thompson gives "Conan the Barbarian" #1 4 stars calling writer Brian Wood, artist Becky Cloonan and colorist Dave Stewart "an exemplary creative team."
Every week, CSBG examines abandoned comic book stories and ideas explained away by later writers. Come see the featured stories of Aunt May's death, Magneto disguising himself as Xorn and more!
Robert Kirkman calls the lawsuit filed against him by former "Walking Dead" collaborator Tony Moore "ridiculous," and insists the artist is being properly paid for his contributions to the series.
Matt Seneca examines a Mignola "Hellboy" sequence, noting, "A large part of what makes Mignola’s stories so wonderful is the way they behave like typical examples of action-adventure comics until they suddenly refuse to do so any longer."
SPINOFF continues its grand Enterprise revisit with a "Day In The Life" episode that finally reveals the terrifying secret about what happens when Starfleet officers flush the toilet, and much more...
Columbia Pictures has abandoned development of "The Boys," an adaptation of the superhero satire comic by Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson, and put the project into turnaround.