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Pop-up books finally get the bloody, zombie-filled treatment they deserve, courtesy of "The Walking Dead: The Pop-Up Book."
Sergio Aragones, Mark Evanier and Stan Sakai provided fans with project updates during the latest installment in their long running panel series.
Superman vs Batman. Versus Zombie Vampires? John Byrne and Art Adams did that in 1987! Plus, Augie's review of "Ant-Man"!
Legendary creators Chris Claremont, Bob Layton, Don McGregor, Dean Mullaney and Mark Evanier share tales from comics' era of expansion.
"X-Men '92" writers Chad Bowers and Chris Sims answer your questions about the bodacious digital-first "Secret Wars" series from Marvel.
CSBG spoke with frequent collaborators Ostrander & Mandrake about their Kickstarter campaign for a new OGN about a Civil War-era vampire hunter.
It may be aimed at ages 8 to 12, but we have a sneaking suspicion "DC Super Heroes Origami" will be on the wishlists of more than a few adult comics fans.
Acclaimed creators Joe Kelly, Joe Casey, Steven Seagle & Duncan Rouleau spoke with CBR TV at Comic-Con about their 15-year partnership and more.
Jason Lutes' acclaimed historical drama "Berlin" enters its home stretch as Germany's Weimer Republic disintegrates from within.
DC Comics Co-Publishers Dan DiDio and Jim Lee discuss what to expect from "Dark Knight 3" - including Frank Miller's art - and what keeps Vertigo viable.
Hajime Isayama’s manga does big numbers in North America! Longtime Washington Times cartoonist Bill Garner passes away. Another look at this year's Eisners!
Bruce Timm, Tamara Taylor, C. Thomas Howell and more discussed their alternate DC Universe take on these fan-favorite characters at Comic-Con.
Finally, the moment of "Truth" arrives in Gene Luen Yang and John Romita Jr's "Superman" #42!
The burgeoning feud between the WWE wrestler and Stephen Amell stepped up this week, as the possibility of a Summerslam clash grows.
Marvel has released a first look at artist Nick Bradshaw's pages from his and Robbie Thompson's in-continuity, teenaged Spider-Man series.
Writer Joe Kelly tells CBR about reteaming with artist Ed McGuiness to cross over the Marvel Universe's quippiest heroes in "Spider-Man/Deadpool."
"Transformers" #43 poses profound questions, "Marvel Zombies" #2 is disgustingly beautiful, plus "Cyborg," "Archie vs. Sharknado" and more.
The trade paperback of Jason Aaron and John Cassaday's "Star Wars" is a major hit in the direct market, according to sales numbers from Marvel.
Batgirl faces off against Spyral before stopping by Gotham Academy in DC Comics' "Batgirl Annual" #3 by Stewart, Fletcher, Bengal and more.
Mark Waid, Dan Parent, Adam Hughes, Chip Zdarsky and more dropped clues about Riverdale's future in the jam-packed "Archie Forever" panel.
Joseph Illidge speaks to a number of creators and experts about their views of Marvel Comics' Hip-Hop Cover Variant event.
Caitlyn Jenner may have captured the attention of the popular media, but the creators of transgender characters have many more stories to tell.
Writer Tom Taylor tells CBR about putting Wolverine's clone daughter in the title role and continuing her predecessor's fight in "All-New Wolverine."
Observers questioned Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz for saying that "Watchmen" character Rorschach was one of his top five superheroes.
Legendary animator Bruce Timm spoke with CBR TV at Comic-Con Interantional about his new feature and reimagining Superman, Batman & Wonder Woman.
John Barber and Andrew Griffith "breathe new life into the generation one characters" in "Transformers" #43.
David Mandel discusses his "Hank Johnson: Agent of Hydra" one-shot which explores the Marvel U's terrorist organization from a different angle.
"Ixion Saga" artist Yūsaku Komiyama turns his attention to Marvel Zombies in a new digital manga starring the Avengers.
A special book given to Japanese audiences of "Boruto: Naruto the Movie" will include a new manga one-shot by "Naruto" creator Masashi Kishimoto.
Seventy-five years ago today, Bugs Bunny made his official debut in the animated short "A Wild Hare."
Matt Kindt discusses shifting from "MIND MGMT" to his next long-form comics work - an underwater suspense thriller titled "Dept H."
Chinese "Death Note" fans search for ways to skirt the rules! Female creators score big with crowdfunding! Ken Levin talks 1First Comics! Plus more!
"Evil Ernie" crawls his way out of Hell, "Jungle Girl" must save the world and "Red Sonja" seeks revenge in this week's Dynamite previews.
The late writer Harvey Pekar, often called Cleveland’s unofficial poet laureate, was celebrated Saturday with the dedication of a park in his name.
Professor Zoom travels through time and assembles a hunting party to kill Barry Allen in Van Jensen & Bong Dazo's "The Flash Annual" #4 from DC.
Snake fights the masked figure from his past in "Escape from New York," Spike & Flower enjoy a movie night in "Munchkin," and more from BOOM!
In the latest spotlight on "bad" superhero fights, CSBG looks at when Green Arrow won a fight by choking a villain who doesn't need to breathe.
As "Secret Wars" continues, peruse new art from "Weirdworld" #3 by Mike del Mundo, "Runaways" #3 by Sanford Green and "1872" #2 by Nik Virella.
One man shrinks by 1/7" every day in the first issue of Ted Adams & Mark Torres' adaptation of Richard Matheson's "The Shrinking Man" from IDW.
As thanks for a 3D shadowbox, Walt Simonson drew a massive Batman piece. But was that enough to greenlight a story based on it?