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Archaia Publisher Mark Smylie and Director of Development Stephen Christy chat about three of the newest French titles to hit the Archaia library as well as the direction and a glimpse at the future of Archaia’s French comics stateside.
There's some big games arriving this month, and the CBR Games Roundup is back to take a look at some of the biggest. "Star Trek Online," Bioshock 2," Dante's Inferno" and "Heavy Rain" lead the list of this month's releases.
In April, BOOM! Studios unleashes Mark Waid's “Irredeemable Special,” starring rogue hero the Plutonian's former friends and victims. The issue features art by Howard Chaykin, Emma Rios, and Paul Azaceta. CBR News spoke with Waid about the issue.
Marvel has announced the creative team for their new Avengers title as Brian Michael Bendis and John Romita Jr., along with the release of a JRJr illustration of Bucky in his Captain America uniform.
Marvel has released a new teaser image featuring two different versions of Hope, one angelic, one surrounded by the Phoenix Force, both framed by a stained glass border and the statement that "One Will Rise..."
Dynamite has provided CBR with looks at new comics on sale this Wednesday, February 3, including "Zorro: Matanzas" #1, "Red Sonja: The Wrath of the Gods" #1 and Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson's "The Boys" #39.
Amazon backs down in e-book pricing standoff! Coverage of Angoulême festival! Japanese spent $2.9 billion on manga last year! Reclusive cartoonist Bill Watterson talks about "Calvin and Hobbes"! Plus more!
"The Losers" trailer smacks the Internet! Director Joe Johnston on the state of "Captain America." "Kick-Ass" director talks getting into comic movies. Also, a "Spider-Man" tabloid rumor and more.
Dark Horse will unleash its latest "Aliens" project in April with "Fast Track to Heaven," an original hardcover graphic novella written and illustrated by Liam Sharp, taking place around the time of the first film.
In the latest SHE HAS NO HEAD!, Kelly Thompson takes an in-depth look at Lois Lane for the first time and finds that, despite her initial and longstanding misgivings about the female reporter, Lois is a "hell of a woman."
In her weekly "Unbound" column, ROBOT 6's Brigid Alverson chats with former Zuda Comics contestant Josh Alves about his all-ages webcomic, "Araknid Kid," and his new webcomic "Heropotamus"
Would Miss Piggy be an Orange Lantern or a Violet Lantern? Would Starfire have made a better Violet Lantern than Wonder Woman? ROBOT 6's Sean T. Collins looks around the internet at various Lantern picks by fans.
CSBG has debuted a new feature exploring the forgotten popular culture that influenced comic book history. This week, learn who Hugh Herbert is, and how he influenced characters as varied as Daffy Duck, Etta Candy and others.
Dark Horse has provided previews of titles on sale this week, including "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" #32, "Conan the Cimmerian" #18, "Mass Effect: Redemption" #2, and more!
BOOM! Studios has provided CBR with advance looks at new comics on sale February 3, including "28 Days Later" #6, "Kill Audio" #5, the debut of two new Disney heroes series, "Toy Story" #1, and more!
Courtesy of Moonstone, CBR presents the complete issue of "Phantom Double Shot #1: KGB Noir" featuring Lee Falk's Phantom and the debut of writer/artist Mike Bullock's latest creation, Death Angel.
Doug Zawisza reviews "Blackest Night" tie-in "The Atom and Hawkman" and gives it 4.5 stars, saying that the Geoff Johns, Ryan Sook and Fernando Pasarin collaboration "is a nice tribute to the Atom and Hawkman stories of yesteryear."
With the first volume of "Kick-Ass" coming to a close this week, CBR News presents a conversation with Matthew Vaughn, the director who adapted Mark Millar and John Romita, Jr.'s superhero comic book for the big screen.
The iPad may be the hot topic of the moment, but IDW's Jeff Webber explains that looking past the surface of the mobile comics market, from iPhones to Sony's PSP, exposes new opportunities for publishers and fans.
"Meanwhile," a Choose Your Own Adventure-style comic from Eisner and Ignatz Award-winning cartoonist Jason Shiga, debuts in March from Amulet Books. CBR spoke with the artist about branching stories and apocalyptic devices.
In this week's CBLR, Find out the bizarre history of what happened when Stan Lee tried to ban exclamation points from Marvel Comics! Plus, two legends about Matt Fraction and Barry Kitson's "The Order."
Warner Bros. has released the first full trailer for their highly anticipated adaptation of "The Losers," their big budget action movie scheduled for an April 9 release and based on the Vertigo series by Andy Diggle and Jock.
"PunisherMax" writer Jason Aaron is setting the stage for an epic and brutal battle: Frank Castle vs. Wilson Fisk, the man who will become the Kingpin of the NYC underworld. We spoke with Aaron about his plans for the series.
ROBOT 6 spoke with acclaimed artist/writer Rafael Grampá about his upcoming Dark Horse-published graphic novel "Mesmo Delivery," his influences, graphic design and next project, "Furry Water and the Sons of the Insurrection."
DC dominates Diamond's Gem Awards! Borders Group cuts more corporate staff! Game Developers Conference honors "Penny Arcade"! What's wrong with "Her-Oes"? Plus, he's not a burglar -- he's Batman!
First glimpse at "The Losers!" New "Kick-Ass" images. "Scott Pilgrim" gets his release date! Also, Daniel Craig is a "Cowboy", "Green Lantern" concept art, possible music from "Tron Legacy" and more.
Courtesy of Vertigo, CBR presents
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale this coming Wednesday, February 3, including "Siege" #2, "Invincible Iron Man" #23, "Ultimate Comics X" #1, "Criminal" #4, and plenty more!
Benjamin Birdie reviewed "Green Lantern" #50 and finds that Geoff Johns and Doug Mahnke's work is worthy of 4.5 stars and is "a fitting touchstone for...a book that surprised everyone by becoming the literal cornerstone of the DCU."