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This week, Joe Pokaski & Aron Coleite answer your questions about the three "Heroes: Villains" episodes you’ve seen thus far, plus some teasers of what’s to come in episodes twelve and thirteen and more.
Comics legend Bill Griffith talks about Zippy’s adventures in the daily newspaper (with side trips to Hollywood) and his own journey from Levittown to San Francisco to Connecticut.
"The End League" enters its second arc with this week's #5, where things go from bad to worse. We spoke with Rick Remender and new series artist Eric Canete about their dystopian superhero adventure.
August was an important month for DC Comics, with "Watchmen" outselling the seven new releases in the top trades combined. But the publisher also had a setback with "Family Dynamic."
CBR News spoke with the Fillbach Brothers, creators of “Maxwell Strangewell” and artists on “Star Wars: Clone Wars,” about their new big rig zombie adventure, "Roadkill," on sale in December.
Brad Meltzer thanks supporters of the Siegel & Shuster society's mission, and shares a message from Siegel’s family, who were equally thrilled to see the Superman co-creator’s childhood home saved.
What does a world without Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman look like? Find out as Justin and Brian examine this week’s “Trinity,” with a breakdown of events on both a global and personal scale for the DC Universe.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "Punisher: War Zone" #2 by the fan-favorite team of writer Garth Ennis and artist Steve Dillon, on sale in December.
A return for Lex Luthor, Goku sneaking out on to the web, more blind justice in Hell's Kitchen plus "Watchmen," "Coraline" and more in today's anniversary edition.
Devil's Due has announced they'll self-distribute two issues of "Hack/Slash" outside of Diamond after a dispute has arisen between the character's creator and recently created Re-Animator LLC.
Image Comics has provided CBR with advance looks at new books on sale Wednesday, October 8th, including "13 Chambers," "Bomb Queen V" #4 and an exclusive preview of Joe Kelly and J. M. Ken Niimura's "I Kill Giants" #4.
Did you know you can search for a comic shop near you on CBR? Simply visit www.comicshops.us and see what stores are near you, complete with Google maps and upgrades to come.
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR brings you an advance look at "Detective Comics" #849 by writer Paul Dini and artists Dustin Nguyen and Derek Fridolfs, on sale next week in comics stores everywhere.
In "Broken Girls," psychopathic rich girls have to fight their way out of a twisted school/prison. CBR spoke with writers Rob Beales and Cuitla Huezo about the original graphic novel.
"Prince of Persia" creator Jordan Mechner, "Bionic Commando" comics writer Justin Marks and game designer Flint Dille gathered at the West Hollywood Book Fair to discuss the cross-pollination between games, comics and film.
The mutant teens of “NYX: No Way Home” may have super abilities, but every day is still a struggle for survival. CBR News spoke with artist Kalman Andrasofszky about the highly modern and stylized artwork of the miniseries.
Marvel released Friday a teaser image in advance of "Ultimatum," the forthcoming event miniseries by Jeph Loeb and David Finch. The graphic depicts Magneto in possession of Thor's hammer.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you previews of new comics on sale next week including new issues of "Deadpool," "Avengers/Invaders," "Invincible Iron Man," "Spider-Man Loves Mary Jane,' "X-Men: Magneto Testament" and more.
CBR's Jeffrey Renaud visited the set of Matthew Vaughn's film adaptation of Mark Millar & John Romita, Jr.'s ICON miniseries "Kick-Ass," and turned in this brief update in advance of the forthcoming full, in-depth report.
Today, Comic Book Urban Legends Revealed asks and answers the question of whether Spider-Man's black costume was based on an earlier design for Spider- Woman's costume.
They are powerful. You know who They are. You do what They say. That is, unless you’re precocious young inventor Douglas Fredericks, the star of Joe Kelly's new graphic novel "Douglas Fredericks and the House of They."
Stepping back into ancient Greece, Frank Castle goes the hard way, Peter Petrelli takes us on a tour, plus "Smallville, "Green Hornet" and more in the week's last look at links, legends and lies.
UDON releases "Apple" volume 2 this month, continuing its series of popular art books highlighting the work of Korean artists and animators. CBR News spoke with UDON's Matt Moylan.
CBR News gets a hands-on feel for the anticipated new video game “Spider-Man: Web of Shadows,” in which a symbiote army invades Manhattan,with guest stars Black Cat, Luke Cage and Wolverine.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR has your first look preview of "X-Men: Original Sin" #1, by Daniel Way, Mike Carey, Mike Deodato Jr. and Scott Eaton, out next Wednesday in finer Comic Shops everywhere.
In the final part of CBR's on-set interview with "Heroes" star Milo Ventimiglia, the actor talks about the new season of the hit show, Peter Petrelli's story, and what it’s like to act opposite oneself.
CBR News' Emmett Furey talks to Houston area comics retailers about the effects Hurricane Ike has had on their businesses, the local comic book community, and what DC, Marvel and Diamond are doing to help.
Valiant Entertainment has provided CBR News with 15 pages from "Archer & Armstrong: First Impressions," the hard cover collecting issues #0-6 of the classic series, out next week.
There's a Captain America feature film coming your way in 2011 -- which actor do you think should play the most patriotic of Avengers? We've got a list of 10 actors for you to choose from.
We continue our profile series of The Mates with David Tischman, the writer of Vertigo’s new anarchic superhero book, “Greatest Hits.” This week, meet Vizier, a super-spiritual, George Harrison-esque mystic.
Andy Helfer, the writer behind IDW's "Presidential Material: John McCain," a biography of the Republican candidate for President, talks to CBR about cutting through the spin and keeping political comics honest.