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April's "Daredevil" #15.1 will include stories written by both "Arrow" co-showrunner Marc Guggenheim and series artist Chris Samnee.
Marvel SVP David Gabriel talks "Star Wars" #1 selling a million copies, and reveals to CBR that February's issue #2 is near 200,000 in initial sales.
In a recent interview, producer David Heyman offered a few clues on the progress of the upcoming "Fables" film adaptation.
Warner Bros. shares a new look at the animated movie while announcing the World Premiere in NYC.
The "Nikita" veteran talks with SPINOFF about his starring role in Syfy's take on the Terry Gilliam film, and how it will keep surprising viewers.
Get the exclusive first look at Archie's April line up of Dark Circle titles, including cover art by David Mack, Howard Chaykin and more!
With DC's heroes continuing to make headway onto television, we wonder which one you'd like to see be the next to land a TV show.
The latest Disney Kingdoms series is a Wild West tale that's riding into Marvel Comics on a variant cover from Tom Raney.
Mike Richardson, Randy Stradley, Chris Warner and others share memories about "DHP" as the anthology heads towards its two-hundredth issue.
Did Marvel kill off a major character this week over movie rights? Plus, did Wolverine really get re-drawn as Storm in an issue of "X-Men?"
Creator Tim Kring says the revival of the superpowers drama is staffed up, but probably won’t debut on NBC until at least summer.
The director's first film since "Public Enemies" places Chris Hemsworth in front of a computer for two frustrating hours that you wish you could 'force quit.'
Marvel's cosmic crossover event rolls on in this preview of Brian Michael Bendis and Andrea Sorrentino's "Guardians of the Galaxy" #24!
The "Chuck" star will play a “key role” in NBC’s 13-episode revival of Tim Kring’s superpower drama.
This week, it's superhero comic strip mash-ups based on your suggestions! Wolverine as Garfield! Superman as Dilbert! Snoopy as Batman!
Mahmud Asrar and Skottie Young provide artwork for a pair of covers riffing on the hip-hop duo's logo.
CBR has an exclusive first look at pages from Lee Bermejo's new Vertigo series, "Suiciders," which puts a futuristic spin on gladiators.
The "Arrow" actor reveals how Diggle steps up in the wake of Oliver Queen's apparent demise.
Britne Oldford will star as the teleporting Shawna Baez; Fox's "FF" reboot will debut footage alongside "Kingsman" and more.
The latest installment of "Batman: Endgame" sent the Dark Knight back to the top of the charts, but Marvel's overall top ten domination continued.
Pakistan's president seeks apology for cartoon of Prophet Muhammad! Funeral held for "Charlie Hebdo" cartoonist Tignous. Why Image's subscription service is important!
"Birdman" dominated the night with seven wins, but "The LEGO Movie" and "Guardians of the Galaxy" also took home trophies.
See the debut of CSBG's new feature examining unresolved storylines, starting with the mystery of Facade and who the 90s' villain was meant to be!
"SHIELD's" leading man digs into the back half of Season Two, including Skye's Inhuman lineage and what it means for the show's upcoming direction.
Read previews of Marvel's Jan. 21 releases including "Fantastic Four," "Magneto," "Powers," the final issue of "All-New X-Factor" and more.
"The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl" artist Erica Henderson tells CBR News about her role in bringing the title character to Marvel's mobile game.
With the character's 75th anniversary upon us, a new petition wants President Obama to pay tribute to the DC Comics superhero on Feb. 11.
The final war is here as Eraser's past ignites everything in the present in the pages of "Mind MGMT" #30 by writer/artist Matt Kindt.
The writer hopes to dedicate a future issue to the God of Thunder's iconic weapon, which was recently revealed to be sentient.
Jason Aaron on building Asgard, "Game of Thrones" style, and revealing Thor's identity sooner than later. Plus, the debut of Rob Guillory's "Thor Annual" cover!
Marvel Comics has announced that Kieron Gillen and Sal Larocca's Sith lord-starring series will debut with sales above the 200,000 mark.
Kurt Busiek and Brent Anderson's "Astro City" #19 "hits the mark over and over again."
Two of the stars of The CW's March-debuting "iZombie" spoke with CBR TV during Comic-Con to discuss their roles on the undead-centric drama.
Jeff Lemire & Dustin Nguyen's fully-painted Image Comics collaboration debuts this March, and CBR has a first look at pages from the issue.
The "Nightcrawler" star is rumored to be in talks to star as Rick Flag in the Warner Bros. movie.
The original X-Men continue their jaunt through Marvel's Ultimate Universe in "All-New X-Men" #35 by Brian Michael Bendis and Mahmud Asrar.
Scarlett Johansson and Sebastian Stan will return for the 2016 Marvel movie alongside Chris Evans and Robert Downey Jr.
Tom Hardy has reportedly dropped out of Warner Bros' upcoming "Suicide Squad" film.
Dylan Horrocks' long-anticipated "Sam Zabel and the Magic Pen" is "well worth the wait."
James Gordon's attempts to clean up his reputation continue in this preview for the next episode of "Gotham."
Writer Marjorie Liu talks inspirations, influences and what it takes to transform young women into warriors.
The next chapter in the story of Frank Cho and Doug Murray's prehistoric hero arrives in April.
"The Science of Attack on Titan" arrives in the second half of 2015, explaining questions like what, exactly, Titans live on and how the walls were built.
After waiting for three seasons to get in on the hit show's action, Katie Cassidy is thrilled to finally assume the role of superhero.
The new adventure comes from returning "Adventure Time" OGN scribe Danielle Corsetto and "Steven Universe's" Bridget Underwood.
Filmmaker Michael Mann and stars Chris Hemsworth and Viola Davis discuss entering the world of cyber crime and international intrigue.
The final "Spider-Verse" battle begins in "Amazing Spider-Man" #13 by Dan Slott and Giuseppe Camuncoli, on sale Jan. 21 from Marvel Comics.
"Civil War" may reveal if Tony Stark ever met Peggy Carter; Colin Firth turns into a "killing machine" in new pub scene and more.
Writer Sigolène Vinson recalls events of Jan. 7. Angoulême festival announces special "Charlie Hebdo" award. A profile of Matt Fraction and Kelly Sue DeConnick.
"Saga," "The Walking Dead" and more can now be delivered right to your mailbox, directly from Image. CBR has the first details of the new program.
2014's big screen exploits of Marvel's heroes have been nominated for 2014 Academy Awards in multiple categories.
Michael Keaton scores his first-ever Oscar nomination, as "Birdman" tied with "The Grand Budapest Hotel" to lead the field with 9 nominations overall.
Disney's film, based on an obscure Marvel property, joins "The Boxtrolls" and "How to Train Your Dragon 2" in the Best Animated Picture category.
The married creators discuss bringing fan-favorite DC Comics character Donna Troy back to comics with one major change: she's now a villain.
The debut of Heat Wave and the return of Captain Cold highlight next week's new episode of the speedy superhero hit.
Cameron Stewart, Brenden Fletcher & Babs Tarr's "attention to detail and ability to tell truly contemporary stories" make "Batgirl" #38 "a winner."
Sony has dismissed a widespread rumor that Spider-Man will appear in an upcoming Marvel Studios-produced "Avengers" film.
As CSBG celebrate the 75th anniversary of DC Comics' Scarlet Speedster, let's look back at just how silly his origin was.
It's long been rumored Norris turned down a role in "The Karate Kid" because of its negative portrayal of karate. Is this "Chuck Norris Fact" true?
"Arrow" is back next week, and a new minute-long promo shows Starling City in the aftermath of last month's fateful season finale.
In a spoiler-filled conversation, Jason Aaron discusses "Star Wars," set squarely in franchise canon, and where its story is heading in the months ahead.
Newcomer Ross Marquand, who has landed a major role on "The Walking Dead," is rumored to play a prominent gay character.
The younger counterpart to Mark Hamil's original, Devon Graye will terrorize Central City later this spring on CW's hit.
SPINOFF debuts an exclusive clip from Tyler Graham Pavey's sci-fi drama, which arrives Friday in select theaters and on VOD.
Kris Anka has revealed that he and Kevin Wada were working on a new "Marvel Swimsuit Special," but production was halted. UPDATE: Anka has clarified that he and Wada stopped the project, not Marvel.
The pop culture commenter talks about his first book, which takes a close look at the William Marston and Harry Peter "Wonder Woman" comics.
Riverdale gets a new resident, Rafael Albuquerque's "EI8HT" continues and more in Dark Horse Comics' solicitations for April 2015.
Despite tons of "Guardians" merchandise from Disney & Marvel, CineFix’s 8-Bit Cinema spotlights the one major omission we need -- and we need it now.
"Spider-Gwen" goes from overnight sensation to ongoing series in February, and CBR has the exclusive first look inside Latour & Rodriguez's #1.
Following a drop in ratings for "Agent Carter's" second week, ABC Entertainment President Paul Lee hints at more Marvel TV.
The animated feature, based on Snyder & Capullo's "The Court of Owls," will include Kevin Conroy and "Weird Al" Yankovic in its voice cast.
"Transformers: Age of Extinction," "The Legend of Hercules," "Kirk Cameron’s Saving Christmas" and "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" lead the field.
The first U.S. dates for the immersive, interactive game inspired by Hajime Isayama’s blockbuster manga and anime have been announced
Every week, CBSG has cool comic creators recommend cool comics. Come see what recent graphic novel longtime star artist Jackson Guice picked!
The creator of the surreal new FXX comedy talks about casting Jay Baruchel and writing Adolf Hitler with Bill Hader in mind.
Cullen Bunn is the next guest for X-Position, and CBR wants your questions for the "Magneto" scribe.
The "Rat Queens" creator discusses the importance of shining a light on the popular series' trans character's origins.
The worlds of "Injustice: Gods Among Us" and "Generations" are added to the roster of realities battling in DC's upcoming "Convergence" event.
Japan's larger digital market is worth an estimated $710 million! The unlikely success of The Moomins! Jason Aaron talks "Star Wars"! Plus much more!
Toyo Harada may be down, but he's not out! Joshua Dysart spoke with us about his plans for the character in Valiant's upcoming series "Imperium."
Skottie Young has revealed his variant cover for the landmark 250th issue of Todd McFarlane's "Spawn."
The Marvel show sets aside its spy theatrics for the most part but makes up for it with killer character work as "Agent Carter" gets complicated.
Buffy and the gang find their personal lives as complicated as slaying in Christos Gage, Nicholas Brendon & Megan Levens' "Buffy" #11.
Jonathan Hickman's Avengers opus will conclude as time runs out for Earth's Mightiest Heroes.
Scarecrow's father will show up on Fox's proto-Batman drama; Netflix's "Daredevil" begins its ad campaign and more.
Al-Qaida has claimed responsibility for the attack on the French satire magazine "Charlie Hebdo" that killed 12 people, including five prominent cartoonists.
The action figure photos expand on Ultron's minion's abilities and appearance and hint at a possible name and costume change for one Marvel hero.
Citing the complexity of writing all three scripts simultaneously, the filmmaker revealed "Avatar 2" won’t be released until late 2017, a year later than planned.
Celebrate New Comics Day with new comics! Find stores in your area with the most up-to-date resource around, FindAComicShop.com.
Disney announced dates for the live-action remakes of "Ghost in the Shell" and "Pete’s Dragon," while delaying the release of "The Jungle Book."
Si Spurrier explains to CBR News how the team's final mission -- taking down former teammate Fantomex -- has been seeded since his run began.
Read previews of new titles from your favorite publishers including Marvel, DC Comics, Image, Dark Horse, Archie, Titan Comics, IDW, BOOM! and more!
The "Wolverines" co-writer discusses playing peacemaker with the most volatile group of anti-heroes around in Marvel's new weekly series.
Tony Stark as Peter Parker are headed to Mardi Gras, and they're hitting the Big Easy in style!
Lucas had intended to direct the first installment of the new trilogy and release it in May 2015, and then sell Lucasfilm -- but Disney had other plans.
Alex de Campi & Fernando Ruiz pit "Archie Vs. Predator" in April, and CBR has the exclusive debut of pages from the unexpected crossover.
CBR Community members become super-sleuths to identify the mystery characters lurking in the latest "Age of Ultron" promo.
"Veronica Mars" creator Rob Thomas talks pilot details and "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" comparisons in The CW's "iZombie," based on the Vertigo comic.
As we celebrate the 75th anniversary of the Flash, discover the bizarre "real" origin of Barry Allen, the Flash!
Jock has unveiled some of the early concept art he created for the upcoming sci-fi thriller "Ex Machina."
ReedPOP, who produces New York Comic Con and C2E2, have added Seattle's Emerald City Comicon to its list of annual comic book conventions.
The oversized issue will focus on the occult character as well as introduce the Titans into the "Injustice" mythos.
Josie Campbell explains how "Agent Carter" is calling the comics community out by addressing the industry's deliberate erasure of women in the Golden Age.
A new rumor suggests the "Star Wars Rebels" executive producer could step in to write the first "Star Wars" spinoff movie.
When "Convergence" hits DC's Multiverse in April, the pre-Flashpoint "Batgirl," "Teen Titans," "Harley Quinn" and more will lead the charge.
Stephen Amell lends his voice to the new add on pack featuring characters from the CW series.
Meet former supervillain turned sleuth Barnabas Wolfe in Image Comics' "Jupiter's Legacy" #5 by superstars Mark Millar and Frank Quitely.
CBS' Nina Tassler calls "Supergirl" a "female empowerment" story; the heroes get torn apart in new "Age of Ultron" clip and more.
A panel of writers discuss the ins and outs of creator-owned comics without limits including James Robinson, Alex de Campi and Brian K. Vaughan.
"The Flash" co-star Tom Cavanagh chats in-depth with CBR News about playing the dual role of Harrison Wells and Reverse-Flash on "The Flash."
Both of Marvel's debuts were near perfect while "The Humans, "Ody-C" and "The Fade Out" all raised the bar for last week's strong releases.
The second trailer for Marvel Studios' "Avengers: Age of Ultron" has arrived. You know you watched it -- so what did you think?
The returning CW dramas show off characters from the Atom to Heat Wave to Captain Cold as they prepare for next week's episodes.
Things look grim for the assembled superheroes in the new trailer for Marvel Studios' "Avengers: Age of Ultron," in theaters this May.
The comics painter brings his style to Luke Skywalker in a web-only variant for the million-selling "Star Wars" #1.
From the key moments of the teaser to behind the scenes shots, Paul Rudd and company show off Marvel Studios' tiniest hero.
D.J. Caruso -- known for "Disturbia," "Eagle Eye" and "I Am Number Four" -- could be the latest director to join the "G.I. Joe" film franchise.
A new trailer is on the way for "Avengers: Age of Ultron," and Marvel Studios has released a 15-second sneak peek before the full debut.
In the most expected but perhaps most satisfying TV casting news in a while, the lead actor of David Lynch’s mystery classic is returning to "Twin Peaks."
CBR has the complete first issue of Top Cow's "A Voice in the Dark: Get Your Gun" by writer/artist Larime Taylor in advance of this week's issue #2.
Creators Brian K. Vaughan & Cliff Chiang share details on their upcoming series and turn the tables on CBR's Casey Gilly and her paper girl past.
Mark Waid and Barry Kitson's villainos saga moves forward in print this April while the cynical superheroes of "Insufferable" arrive in May.
London's skies are rocked by war in this first look at Rob Williams and Warren Pleece's "Doctor Who: The Eleventh Doctor" #7 from Titan Comics.
Creators from Jamie McKelvie to Skottie Young to Emi Lenox discuss how their discovered their unique style and pushing their comics forward.
The 92-year-old writer will make one of his signature appearances in the Jan. 27 episode of "Marvel's Agent Carter." Updated with photos!
Writer Sam Humphries sets a course for the stars with artists Ed McGuinness and Kris Anka in the opening chapter of "The Black Vortex."
The combined casts and EPs of The CW's DC Comics-based shows talk the impending return of the two shows, and the seasons thus far.
The new "Harbinger" spinoff from Joshua Dysart and Doug Braithwaite will appear early in every regular Valiant title.
"The Simpsons" paid tribute during to the 12 people killed last week in the attack on the offices of French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo.
CBS Entertainment chair Nina Tassler hails "Supergirl" as the latest in a long line of dramas with powerful female leads.
Writer Cullen Bunn delivers pools full of undead Deadpools with artist Nik Virella in Marvel Comics' "Return of the Living Deadpool" #1.
Jeff Lemire and Mico Suayan's "Bloodshot Reborn" debuts in April, but we have the exclusive first look at May's second issue, plus variants for #1!
Episodes of the '70s series have been released to tie in with "Amazing Spider-Man" #12, which introduces Takuya Yamashiro to "Spider-Verse"
The Falcon actor says production is set to begin in April on Marvel's third "Captain America" movie.
As promised, the franchise veteran reprises his role as the renowned gambler for the Disney XD animated series.
Al Ewing surveys the aftermath of "Agent of Asgard's" "AXIS" tie-in, explaining why Loki will now be forced to confront some of his greatest sins.
Jason Aaron, John Cassaday and Laura Martin's "Star Wars" #1 welcomes alienated readers back while impressing existing ones.
Superman himself denies rumors that the team-up film will be split up; the live-action Firestorm suit pays homage to the comics and more.
In their latest silver age spotlight, CSBG takes a look at one of the oddest members of Batman's extended supporting cast - Batman Jones!
"iZombie" star Rose McIver discusses breathing life into her role as Liv, maintaining a steady diet of brains and dealing with her evil nemesis.
Dynamite Entertainment has 12 new previews of comics on sale this week including new "Ex-Con," "Lone Ranger," "Battlestar Galactica" and more!
TV and comics veteran Marc Guggenheim talks to CBR about what "Vixen" brings to the "Arrow"-verse, and taking advantage of the animated format.
The story of Earth 2's Clark Kent is at last revealed as Daniel H. Wilson, Marguerite Bennett & Mike Johnson's "Earth 2: World's End" continues.
Read BOOM! previews headed to stores this Wednesday including "Hexed" #6, "Regular Show" #19, "Suicide Risk #21 and more!
Plenty of news emanated from "The Flash" and "Arrow" panel at the TCA press tour, including apparent confirmation of the Reverse-Flash's identity.
The CW's animated "Vixen" series will see the DC Comics character's adventures take place in the same world as "Arrow" and "The Flash."
"The Flash" and "Arrow" are two of the eight series that earned early renewals from The CW.
All month long, CSBG is asking readers to share their favorite comics in various categories, such as what's your comfort comic?
The television adaptation of Vertigo series "iZombie" gets a release date, plus a new trailer featuring brain-eating Rose McIver's undead Olivia Moore.
Enjoy an early look at Arthur Adams' "Guardians" pages, plus an advance peek at Rich Ellis' work in Marvel's "Operation S.I.N." #2.
ROBOT 6’s Tom Bondurant starts off the new year by revisiting some of his DC Comics predictions for 2014, and then making some for 2015.
While plenty of writers earned critical acclaim last year, only one pleased the critics more than all the others. See who landed on top in 2014!
CSBG has a massive collection of comic book moments to peruse, including the epic moment where Superman saved the day by moving the moon!
Horror master Richard Corben unleashes "Rat God" #1 in February, a new Dark Horse series that combines Lovecraft with Native American folklore.
CBR's YouTube channel features discussions with top comic book creators, actors, directors, writers, plus gag reels and more!
Even more images have been released for Marvel Studios' summer release of "Ant-Man," including concept art for Yellowjacket.
Jason from Berkeley, California shows off his action figure and Wonder Woman collection in today's edition of SHELF PORN. Also find out how you can submit your collection to ROBOT 6.
AMC has released a two-minute trailer for "Better Call Saul," along with news on who won't appear in Season 1 of the "Breaking Bad" spinoff.
Kelly Thompson thinks the first issue of Marvel's "The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl" is criminally cute -- and explains why that's a good thing.
Anthony Mackie, the Marvel Cinematic Universe's Sam Wilson/Falcon, revealed the filming locations for the third "Captain America" film.
Hasbro's Spider-Man line leaks while Pop Culture Shock unveils a double-dose of Batman and Master of the (Evil) Universe Skeletor.
Image Comics made a boatload of impressive announcements during Thursday's event -- and CBR has them all, plus interviews, previews, analysis and more!
Forget starting the new year off on the right foot -- how about doom and gloom? This week's contest celebrates everything going wrong.
Which comic book artist crushed the competition in terms of critical acclaim last year? Check out CBR's Reviews in Review to learn who was #1.
CSBG regularly answers reader inquiries, including their latest question -- a mystery involving Stan Lee and "Amazing Spider-Man" #200!
Mark Evanier & Sergio Aragones bow "Groo: Friends and Foes" #1 on Jan. 21 and CBR has an exclusive look at the new Dark Horse series.
CBR's twitter provides you access to breaking news, interviews, previews, exclusive follower contests and so much more. Follow @CBR today!
The "Minority Report" television project looks to be going forward, as the series based on Steven Spielberg ‘s 2002 film now has a pilot order.
Director Gareth Edwards remains attached to the in-development spinoff, as Gary Whitta moves on to an adaptation of Mark Millar's "Starlight."
The co-creator of Europe's most popular comic comes out of retirement to pay tribute to his fallen "Charlie Hebdo" colleagues.
With season five of "The Walking Dead" set to resume in less than a month, a new trailer provides at atmospheric hint at the events to come.
Actors from "Game of Thrones" to "Kingsman: The Secret Service" are potential candidates for critical roles in Bryan Singer's next X-Men movie.
Voted on by comics retailers, Image Comics and BOOM! Studios once again took honors as top publishers in their divisions.
The famed artist came out of retirement to illustrate a project that isn't "Star Wars," immortalizing leukemia patient Miles Scott as Batman in Nov. 2013.
February may be the month that fans get their first look at trailers for two of the most hotly debated comic book movies in Hollywood.
From Brian K. Vaughan's new titles to Scott Snyder and Jeff Lemire's collaboration and more, these are the Image Expo announcements that have us most excited.
Following previous reports, the "How to Get Away with Murder" star is reportedly close to joining DC Comics' cinematic franchise.
A Cosmonaut invasion is perilously close to going public in Justin Jordan & Ariela Kristantina's "Deep State" #3, on sale Jan. 14 from BOOM! Studios.
The bond between Barry Allen and Hal Jordan grows in a new clip from the latest DC Universe animated film, "Justice League: Throne of Atlantis."
In the first solid development news since fall, the all-female reboot of the comedy classic is eyeing the "Mike & Molly" star for the lead.
The new animated series from Disney and Lucasfilm has two female leads, but one of them is being left out of toy and clothing tie-ins.
Valiant Next continues with an exclusive look at "Ninjak" #2 by Matt Kindt, Clay Mann and Butch Guice, in which the Shadow Seven hunt Ninjak.
In this all Spider-Man edition of CBLR, did Marvel allow a University to name its mascot "Spidey"?
The Merc with a Mouth meets his end this April in the oversized "Deadpool" #250 from series writers Gerry Duggan and Brian Posehn.
The cartoonist discusses his new book and how it mirrors the real world struggle of the working class to stay motivated and improve their circumstances.
Matt Hawkins and Stjepan Sejic's dystopian tale offers readers a refreshing take on Top Cow's stable of characters.
Frank Cho discusses his incoming BOOM! Studios creator-owned series "Skybourne," his ideal She-Hulk arc and his current creativity.
Marvel's relaunches and events ruled the Top Ten single issues in 2014, while Image controlled the graphic novel sales chart.
The "LEGO Movie" spinoff will address Batman's constant gloom; Steven S. DeKnight says Affleck got a "bad rap" and more.
The Line welcomes six new artists drawing your suggestions for Star Wars characters mashed and teamed up with comic book characters!
Police surround suspected shooters, apparent accomplice takes hostages. "Charlie Hebdo's" anti-authoritarianism. Revisiting Draw Mohammad Day” cartoonist.
J. Michael Straczynski & Guiu Vilanova explore the unsolved murder of an Iraq War veteran with a frightening trip into "The Twilight Zone."
CSBG looks at the time in Mark Gruenwald's run when Steve Rogers was replaced as Captain America.
"Ant-Man" writer Nick Spencer tells CBR about the struggles Scott Lang will encounter as a hero and father now that his daughter Cassie has returned.
Marvel has major releases coming out this week including "Star Wars" #1, a new issue of the weekly" Wolverines" and plenty more Marvel NOW! releases.
The first promo for "Arrow's" the midseason premiere doesn't reveal Oliver Queen's fate, but it does show plenty of villains -- and a shadowy archer.
Chris Ryall & Ashley Wood's IDW series will make the jump to live-action in "Shrek" and "Chronicles of Narnia" director Andrew Adamson's film.
Image Comics creators Scott Snyder, Kelly Sue DeConnick and Marjorie Liu talked craft Thursday afternoon at Image Expo in San Francisco.
Amongst other news at Image Expo came word that the original issues of "Spawn" would finally arrive on digital platforms as Todd McFarlane continues to eye a movie.
The Ultimate Spider-Man writer recounts being called into a Sony Pictures meeting to help settle the decades-old question: organic or mechanical?
Following making a couple big announcements earlier in the day, the "Spawn" creator and Image co-founder talked to fans at Image Expo.
Dark Horse will explore the history and mythology of Azeroth, the setting of the blockbuster video game franchise, in "World of Warcraft: Chronicle."
Image Expo continues, with Brandon Graham, Emma Ríos and more discussing "construction" of their creator-owned worlds.
As hell bubbles through into an isolated Smallville in Greg Pak and Aaron Kuder's "Action Comics" #38, all is not quite as it seems.
Of all the new titles announced during today's Image Expo keynote address, which one has you most excited?
A video has been released showcasing the upcoming DC Comics Cover Girl: Wonder Woman statue.
Brian Buccellato spoke exclusively with us about his and and Toni Infante's tale of cults, murder and the devil. Plus, an exclusive look at the first issue!
New regular series including sci-fi YA and prison break romance arrive along with a new all-star indie anthology.
The main cast of Marvel's next solo feature discuss the film's long road to completion in new in-depth interview.
The writers of Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy/X-Men crossover explain their cosmic scheme as heroes get enhanced with new powers and new troubles.
"The LEGO Movie‘s" Chris Miller and Phil Lord explain why they won’t be directing the sequel, but are writing the screenplay.
CBR spoke exclusively with the writer and colorist Dave Stewart about their new chefs-gone-wild series at Image Comics drawn by Danijel Zezelj.
The veteran writer who recently made the move away from Marvel and DC is joining Todd McFarlane's signature Image series.
The 2015 comic book season kicked off with Image Comics Publisher Eric Stephenson's keynote address and tons of newly announced series.
The former "Battlestar Galactica" admiral joins the Marvel Universe as Robert Gonzalez.
Weeks after Dark Horse's run with the license ended, multiple titles from the Star Wars back catalogue are being offered by the House of Ideas.
The 2015 feature film comes from the team behind 2013's "Ghost in the Shell: Arise."
Humble Bundle kicks off the new year with an "Image Firsts" bundle, including the first "Walking Dead Compendium," "Saga Book One" and more.
The Gem of Cyttorak reappears -- and a new Juggernaut can't be far behind -- in Chris Yost and Jorge Fornes' "Amazing X-Men" #15, on sale Jan. 14.
The hit CW series outpaced "Constantine," "Gotham" and other new television dramas to bring home the trophy.
Jason Aaron and John Cassaday's "Star Wars" #1 is just a week away, but Marvel has released a fully colored and lettered preview today!
Following deadly attack, satire magazine wants to demonstrate "stupidity will not win"! More reactions to shootings, plus a look at American plots to kill cartoonists.
Things heat up for heroes Arsenal and Black Canary in this trailer for "Arrow's" midseason premiere.
The Eisner Award-winning writer discusses his "Fairest" finale, why he enjoys writing Goldilocks and teased a possible "Fables" return and new projects.
Captain Cold and Heat Wave team-up to fight the Scarlet Speedster; Christophe Beck will provide the music for the Marvel movie and more.
Philippe Honoré, whose cartoon of ISIS leader Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi was in the magazine’s last tweet before the attack, was among the victims.
In the debut of a new feature where top comic creators recommend books, CSBG asked Jeff Lemire for his choice -- and he picked an Eisner Award-winner.
Rick Remender and Stuart Immonen bring Sam Wilson face to face with the daughter of the Red Skull in Marvel's "All-New Captain America" #3.
The "How to Get Away with Murder" actress discusses her potential role in the upcoming "Suicide Squad" film.
You've seen Stan Lee's Marvel film cameos, and now CSBG collects nearly two dozen cameos by Lee in Marvel Comics!
The "Spartacus" star will complete the story of criminal brothers who can control the weather late in The CW hit's first season.
In the wake of the attack on the offices of French satirical magazine "Charlie Hebdo," ROBOT 6 looks back at the lives lost and their cartoons.
Ed Brubaker, Sean Phillips and Elizabeth Breitweiser demonstrate amazing synergy in the compelling "The Fade Out" #4.
Discover which celebrity wouldn't initially appear on "The Simpsons" because they made fun of him in the script.
An impressive array of writers have lent their talents to the adventures of DC Comics' fast-footed hero over the years - here are the best of the bunch.
Ahead of tomorrow's Image Expo, co-founder Todd McFarlane is promising an Eisner winner will take over writing his signature character.
The executive producer discusses drunken casting, infant endangerment and a back-to-basics approach to FX's animated spy comedy.
Chris Staros and Ted Adams discuss the future of Top Shelf at IDW, what it means for incoming titles like "March Book Two" and the story behind the deal.
Ray Fawkes is the next guest for X-Position, and CBR wants your questions for the "Wolverines" scribe.
The latest image from Season 5's return hints at a reunion for the TV cast and a location familiar to comic readers.
Kevin Wada provides a defiantly powerful image for "She-Hulk" #12 -- the jade giantess' series finale.
James Gunn and Nicole Perlman share a Writers Guild Award nomination for adapted screenplay. The winners will be announced Feb. 14.
After years -- and years -- of anticipation, the first trailer for Marvel Studios' "Ant-Man" has arrived! What did you think of the first look at Paul Rudd's superhero debut?
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Despite overall average numbers, "Carter's" ratings bested all but one episode of its companion series' second season.
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The editor of the satirical magazine and three of the publication's best-known cartoonists are among the victims of masked gunmen.