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Soule and Saiz's "Swamp Thing" #40 is "a creative goldmine of talent."
Geoff Johns & John Romita Jr. chat with CBR about high-profile changes, the importance of The Daily Planet and Johns' decision to leave the series.
Waid and Dodson's "Princess Leia" #1 will "leave readers anxious for more."
With the new "Age of Ultron" trailer making Ultron look quite formidable, CSBG takes him down a peg, remembering the time he was felled by Daredevil -- and a stick.
Marvel has revealed a trio of John Tyler Christopher variants paying homage to "Secret Wars'" iconic '80s toy line.
Now that you've seen Marvel's latest "Age of Ultron" trailer, which of the many jaw-dropping moments made the most impact on you?
Chris Burnham and Ramon Villalobos present their alternate take on Grant Morrison and Frank Quitely's definitive X-Men run.
The writer explores his favorite pulp character with the story of a master of disguise who is on the brink of madness.
Mike Del Mundo illustrates Emma Frost & Jean Grey's latest adventure in Marvel Comics' "All-New X-Men" #37 from writer Brian Michael Bendis.
Lemire and Perez's "All-New Hawkeye" #1 is "a worthy follow up to the prior series but adds a new dynamic that freshens up Hawkguy more than ever."
Earth's Mightiest Heroes find themselves transported across time and space in this preview of Al Ewing and Alan Davis' "Avengers: Ultron Forever."
Spiegelman spoke with CBR about her new Toon Graphics book, working with artist Sergio Garcia Sanchez and researching the New York subway system.
Peter David returns to his future-based Hulk when "Future Imperfect" crashes into Battleworld, while the Maestro terrorizes Marvel's mobile game.
"Saga," two volumes of "March," and "The Sculptor" round out top five! Interviews with Jeff Lemire, Shawn Martinbrough and Ed Piskor! Plus much more!
The smash hit continues! A new old villain returns in Marvel's "Spider-Gwen"# 2 by Jason Latour & Robbi Rodriguez, on sale March 11.
The Doctor and Clara race to stop a dreaded new peril in Titan Comics' "Doctor Who: The Twelfth Doctor" #6 by Robbie Morrison & Brian Williamson.
"Star Trek" fan Greg Hatcher reacts to the sad passing of Leonard Nimoy, including the odd phenomenon where people also treat it as Spock's death.
"Kelly Thompson and Ross Campbell's 'Jem and the Holograms' #1 is poised to launch Jem back into the collective pop culture consciousness."
"Angela: Asgard's Assassin" co-writer Marguerite Bennett tells CBR News about Sera, Angela's enigmatic traveling companion, and Marvel's 10th realm.
With Mike Colter revealing Netflix's "Luke Cage" series will be "adult oriented," CSBG revisits a comic book legend about a controversial "Alias" issue.
Gerry Duggan and Evan Shaner will chronicle the adventures of Sheriff Steve Rogers in this new series set in Marvel's Wild West history.
The award-winning artist talks about wrapping up the first "Shame" trilogy and looks ahead to his next project with writer Lovern Kindzierski.
Gerry Duggan is the next guest for X-Position and CBR wants your questions for the "Deadpool" scribe.
Eric Powell & Tim Wiesch discuss their new Image Comics series, what's too crazy for the book and how growing up in small towns messed them up.
Authorities say cartoonist didn't have proper permit! Kevin Kallaugher wins Herblock Prize! Plus, Dinesh Shamdasani, Benjamin Percy and Simon Hanselmann!
Today's the day for new comics, and CBR's FindAComicShop.com is the only resource you need to find stores in your area.
Grant Morrison continues his run on Image Comics "Nameless" #2, and DC debuts its month-long homage to movie covers plus many more new comics.
The "Spider-Man and the X-Men" scribe tackles your questions about the teacher/student team-up series and its recent field trip.
"Think Tank" creators Matt Hawkins & Rahsan Ekedal tell a unique heist tale as hacker/crusaders Samaritan steal from the rich and give to the poor.
Fantasy comes to the new Marvel Universe with "Weirdworld," a sword-and-sorcery revival of a late 1970s series.
The Action Lab Entertainment crew talks about the importance of all-ages comics, respecting creator-owned projects and how "Puppet Master" fits in.
"Jimmy Kimmel Live" writer Jeff Loveness talks about bringing disparate heroes together to confront the threat of one of Marvel's oldest characters.
A voicemail from a child upset about cutting "Garfield," "Peanuts" and more started out pleasant enough, but soon devolved into a chorus of insults.
"The House in the Wall" co-writers James Tynion IV & Noah J. Yuenkel spoke with CBR about "UFOlogy," their new sci-fi series from BOOM! Studios.
Cullen Bunn tells CBR about his new "Secret Wars" series that finds the Merc With a Mouth embroiled in the events of Marvel's original 1980s epic.
Marvel hit a home run with Jason Latour & Robbi Rodriguez unleashing the solo "Spider-Gwen" the latest issue of James Robinson's "Fantastic Four."
Mark Waid and Chris Samnee's "Daredevil" #13 "is the sort of superhero comic that makes you wish that all within the genre were as well-crafted."
"Despite the shift in the story's focus, both Duane Swierczynski and Michael Gaydos evoke a darker and seedier mood" in "Black Hood" #2.
Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo's "Batman" #39 "feels like this could have been the climax of their work."
"[McDuffie] never got what he deserved in the comic book world," Reginald Hudlin said during his keynote speech Saturday at Long Beach Comic Expo.