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Hot Toys unveils regular and deluxe versions of Hulk while Sideshow brings Dark Knight Batman out of the shadows. Plus much, much more!
The ill-fated team book starring a group of Titans from the future may have started off with much grander plans from DC Comics -- or did it?
Professional athletes are like real world superheroes, but what if your favorite NFL stars actually donned the personas of comic book heroes?
"Sex Criminals" is in the works and the married creators have a TV development deal -- so which of their books should be next in line?
Whether stone or bronze, these covers pay tribute (or destroy) a hero's legacy in a statuesque manner. Contribute your entry today!
CBLR has featured many tales of comic book stories that never got a chance to happen, and now they're all collected in one place.
Dragons are a major problem for Luna and Spike in this preview of IDW's "My Little Pony: Friends Forever" #14 by Jeremy Whitley & Agnes Garbowska.
With more unannounced superheroes expected to join the in-development series, here's a list of who we want to see suit up.
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In celebration of "The Spirit's" 75th anniversary, DC Entertainment will release a new hardcover collection of Will Eisner’s renowned creation.
Celebrated artist Tommy Lee Edwards joins writer Chuck Dixon for IDW Publishing's "Winterworld" #0, a special issue that explores Wynn's dark past.
With issue #1 sold out ahead of release, get a first look at Warren Ellis & Colton Worley's "Blackcross" #2 as a serial killer is on the loose.
Though Kindt and Kolins "introduce a 'Challengers of the Unknown' vibe" in "Past Aways" #1, "the heart in this first issue is missing."
Noelle Stevenson discusses "Runaways," a new "Secret Wars" series featuring a fresh incarnation of the beloved team rebelling against a growing evil.
As Black History Month comes to an end, learn the inspiring story of the first African-American character in "Peanuts." Plus, a "Spider-Man Unlimited" legend!
Fox's DC/Vertigo-based pilot "Lucifer" has its star: Tom Ellis, who recently starred in the lead role of USA's "Rush."
Maighread Scott and John Barber explain the insane ambitions of Cybertron's dark lord Starscream, and why Transformers are "inherently male and female."
Vermont man pleads not guilty to 17 counts! Retailer optimism high for 2015! French political cartoon festival canceled amid security concerns! Plus much more!
Line artists drew your picks for what the offspring of comic characters would look like! Thor/Storm, Groot/Poison Ivy, Johnny Storm/Elsa and more!!
"Ei8ht" #1 has sold out at the distributor level, which means a new printing -- and CBR has the first look at Albuquerque's variant cover.
It's the definition of 'normal' as Steve Pugh tells CBR about Harley's massive showdown with Captain Carrot in his DC Comics "Convergence" tie-in.
Marvel Comics will release its third ongoing "Star Wars" title, the first issue of Bendis & Adams' "Guardians Team-Up" and much more on March 4.
Kieron Gillen and Salvador Larroca's "Darth Vader" #2 "delivers a deeper dive into the trappings of the 'Star Wars' universe."
Cloonan, Fletcher and Kerschl's "Gotham Academy" #5 "is the sort of strong, inventive, fun series that the big publishers should be backing."
Haden Blackman discusses "Master of Kung Fu," his "Secret Wars" series starring Shang-Chi as an outcast in Battleworld's kung fu-dominated K'un Lun.
"James Robinson and Leonard Kirk continue to weave one of the most well-planned and masterfully executed Fantastic Four stories in recent memory with 'Fantastic Four' #643."
Rachel Edidin and Miles Stokes reveal the uncanny origin of their podcast devoted to the weird and complicated history of their favorite superhero soap opera.
Alex Maleev, Mike Perkins, Matthieu Forichon and Mico Suayan's covers show Daredevil, Ant-Man, Hulk and S.H.I.E.L.D. taking a bit out of the Big Apple.
To series writer Genevieve Valentine, Catwoman's bisexuality "wasn't a revelation so much as a confirmation."
Responding to a familiar comic book criticism, Bulimia.com has "reverse Photoshopped" comic covers to give superheroes average American body types.
Archie's latest Sonic and Mega Man story is a full-fledged Sega and Capcom crossover, encompassing "Street Fighter," "Golden Axe" and more.
In their latest spotlight on unresolved stories, CSBG looks at Steve Seagle's interrupted plans for Jean Grey and the Phoenix in the late 1990s.
Before "Time Runs Out," Namor tries to comfort the Invisible Woman in Frank Barbiere & Marco Checchetto's "Avengers World" #18 from Marvel.
Si Spurrier and Kev Walker bring "Marvel Zombies" back with a new "Secret Wars" series starring Elsa Bloodstone.
Matt Kindt says the super-spy's solo series will thrill fans and flesh out Ninjak's backstory, and explains which Bond the Valiant icon is most like.
Man who drove into ZombieWalk crowd will be arraigned March 9! Illustrator Mel Crawford passes away. Georgetown University paper pulls cartoon amid protests!
Cartoonist Fumio Obata spoke with us about his new graphic novel "Just So Happens," describing how life as an immigrant varies across gender lines.
Self-trained makeup artist Lianne Moseley is transforming people into superheroes who look as if they’ve stepped right off the comic book page.
Clint Barton and Kate Bishop are back in Marvel's "All-New Hawkeye" #1 by Jeff Lemire & Ramon Perez, following the acclaimed run by Fraction & Aja.
"Dean Motter's franchise hasn't lost any of its edge" in Dark Horse Comics' "Mister X: Razed" #1.