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Why bother making your own "Dragon Ball Z" costume when, for $130 or so, you can have one of these.
Tom King and Toby Cypress' "The Omega Men" #4 is "intelligent, devious and determined to make you squirm."
CBR has five new covers from "Death-Defying Dr. Mirage: Second Lives," plus a look inside the issue by Jen Van Meter and Roberto de la Torre.
The life of a superhero isn’t all action, as photographer Dai Sugano shows in these images that depict Spidey and Silk in their down time.
"Mark Waid and Chris Samnee end their strong run with a tense and tidy wrap up" in "Daredevil" #18.
The latest "Totally Awesome Hulk" teaser alludes to a mischievous replacement for Bruce Banner in the Greg Pak and Frank Cho series.
Steve Orlando and Stephen Mooney "deliver a healthy balance of fan service with superb storytelling" in "Midnighter" #4.
Writer Michael Moreci tells CBR TV about "Hoax Hunters" moving from Image to Heavy Metal, what sci-fi influences him and navigating Hollywood.
When 11-year-old Ellijah Davila decided wanted to dress as the Incredible Hulk, his uncle leaped into action. Butt-kicking action.
One book shines, one book's bad, and the ambition of the rest of the week's releases can't overcome things going kind of wobbly.
"Killing Joke's" deluxe edition tops bookstore sales for second month! Japan Manga Alliance forms to fight piracy in Thailand! An interview with Kelly Sue DeConnick!
Tony Stark faces his true enemy while General Rogers makes a major effort in Marvel's "Civil War" #4 by Charles Soule and Leinil Yu.
The fourth face-obscured image for Greg Pak and Frank Cho's upcoming Marvel series has a somewhat Asgardian flavor.
Bill Morrison, known for working on "The Simpsons" and "Futurama," turns his attention to a less humorous genre in a new Dark Horse limited series.
Get ready to meet Annika Malikova, the face-punching, exploding-device-throwing spy at the center of Johnston and Shari Chankhamma's Image Comics series.
The first-ever DC Comics-themed zone for kids will feature Superman, Wonder Woman, Batman, The Joker and Harley Quinn
The seller assures that it’s tricked out, including a Bat-Signal that shines on the ground whenever you open the driver and passenger doors.
Vader has a new mission, but it's completely at odds with his own. Get a first look at "Darth Vader" #9 by Kieron Gillen & Salvador Larroca.
For a villain who is so obsessed with "survival of the fittest," X-villain Apocalypse sure seems to die a lot.
While not dead ringers for their DC Comics counterparts, TV's new James Olsen & Winslow Schott channel the classic spirit and the current generation.
Before they saved Aquaman from Ariel's squadron of 'toon characters gone bad, the Batmetal crew rocked out to Dethklok's "Face Fisted."
Dave Johnson's retail variant cover to "Dark Knight III: The Master Race" #1 has been unveiled, the first cover from the series to be released.
After reading the last issue of Mark Waid and Chris Samnee's "Daredevil," Brett White looks back on all the feelings this run gave him.
Announced more than a year ago, Alan Moore's Electricomics app has launched, with new work from himself, Colleen Doran, Garth Ennis and more.
Considered the title that began the Marvel Universe, CBR explores how Stan Lee and Jack Kirby laid the foundation for more than 50 years of comics.
A third variation on "Totally Awesome Hulk's" teaser art keeps the mystery of the new jade giant's identity going.
Panels dedicated to "Star Wars," "Buffy the Vampire Slayer," "Daredevil" and the new "Captain Marvel" creative team highlight this year's LBCC.
Inspired by the Hellenistic period, this series of sculptures interprets pop-culture characters in a parody of the classics.
The Top Cow-exclusive creators discuss their DeviantArt following, "Sunstone's" success, the "Ultimate" Witchblade and writing versus drawing.
DC's Red Robin finds a place in Kotobukiya's ARTFX+ statue line, alongside Batman, Nightwing, Robin, Red Hood and Alfred Pennyworth.
What does the Dark Lord of the Sith do in his alone time. It involves tea and a field of flowers, obviously.
The writer/artist gets inside the infamous gonzo journalist's head for his adaptation of Thompson's seminal work.
The identity of the "Totally Awesome Hulk" is currently a mystery, and Marvel's new teaser either adds insight or obfuscates further.
With Jared Leto’s Joker likely poised to be the Halloween look for guys this year, a new tutorial shows you how to get the hair and makeup just right.
The "Secret Wars" title will get a post-Battleworld series from writer Sam Humphries and artist Mike Del Mundo.
Disappointed that he couldn’t rent the actual Batmobile for his wedding, Amit Patel turned on the Bat-Signal and ended up with something better.
Tim Seeley is the next guest for X-Position and CBR wants your questions for the "Deadpool vs. Thanos" writer.
The legendary writer says his next X-cameo features "someone very important to me," and reveals he's not seen Fox's FF reboot.
Denmark sent its first astronaut into space today, accompanied by 20 specially designed LEGO toys.
A new English-subtitled trailer has arrived for the second film in the live-action adaptation of Hajime Isayama’s bestselling manga.
Happy New Comics Day! There's no better way to find the hottest new releases or hard-to-find back issues than FindAComicShop.com.
In a new series by Tom King, Gabriel Hernandez Walta & Jordie Bellaire, the Vision adjusts to suburban life with a wife and children of his creation.
The CW's favorite superheroes' theme songs and catch phrases get the DJ remix treatment in a fun, new promo.
"Daredevil" comes to a dramatic close, "Green Lantern" runs into some Thanagarian trouble, plus many others from DC, Marvel, BOOM! & more
Backed once again by his band the Children of Batman, the Dark Knight has returned to kick butt and belt out metal.
Dark Horse's "Avatar: The Last Airbender" comics pick up where the TV show left off, and here's a look at how the story has progressed so far.
Augie changes his tune on Scott Lobdell and Chris Bachalo's teenage mutant saga, and did Joe Casey's "Wildcats v3" predict modern day technology?
"Age of Apocalypse" and "Deadpool & Cable: Split Second" writer Fabian Nicieza answers your questions about his two mutant series for Marvel.
Fans of any comic or movie franchise eventually come up with their own personal canon of what "counts" and what doesn't, so what's in yours?
Jon Moisan, who's worked at Marvel since 2011, is headed to the west coast for a new position at Robert Kirkman's Skybound Entertainment.
Illustrator Nate Powell discusses telling Congressman John Lewis' story in Top Shelf's "March" and how the experienced has transformed him.
Joe Madureira's studio, Airship Syndicate, will soon launch a campaign to crowdfund their upcoming JRPG.
Stephen King's "Dark Tower" story continues in an all-new series by Robin Furth, Peter David and Jonathan Marks.
Max Allan Collins explains why he's one of the "most hated" "Batman" writers ever, his amusement at Jason Todd's fate and his upcoming TV series.
The latest prologue to Disney XD's upcoming "Guardians of the Galaxy" animated series focuses on Gamora's mysterious past.
12-year-old boy missed out on Tampa Bay Comic Con, but got his own mini-con! Ben Hatke talks "Little Robot"! Liz Suburbia chats about "Sacred Heart"! Plus more!
The Dark Knight continues his hunt for the Joker and Harley Quinn in new images and video from the DC Comics film.
Zuko must be removed from the throne or the country will perish in Dark Horse's latest "Avatar: The Last Airbender" story by Gene Yang & Gurihiru.
The influential "Nightwing" artist will next turn his attention to the corrupt world of modern banking in a new independent series.
Sean Ryan spoke with CBR about the "All-New, All-Different" volume of of "Nova" which features a partnership between Sam Alexander and his father.
"Grayson" #11 is fun and action-packed, "Hank Johnson, Agent of HYDRA" #1 is hilarious, plus "East of West," "Lumberjanes" and many more.
A Marvel Studios reorganization leads to president Kevin Feige now reporting to Disney chief Alan Horn instead of Marvel CEO Ike Perlmutter.
Joseph Illidge examines the Black male hero archetype through characters published by Image Comics, DC Comics and Marvel.
Inspired by Kelly Sue DeConnick and Valetine De Landro's "Bitch Planet," the leggings are available in two styles for $79 a piece.
When Thompson and Stacey Lee's "Silk" returns this fall, Cindy Moon will be on the wrong side of the law -- but will it be for the right reasons?
Torture comes into play as U.S.-Canadian aggression continues in Image Comics' "We Stand on Guard" #3 by Brian K. Vaughan & Steve Skroce.
"There's so much exuberance and joy in Noelle Stevenson, Shannon Watters and Brooke Allen's 'Lumberjanes' #17 that it just bleeds off of the page."
This father fired up the forge to fulfill his son's wish for "a REAL Thor's hammer" for his birthday, and the result is spectacular.
Vanesa Del Rey will join writer James Robinson for "Scarlet Witch's" solo debut, which features a cover from David Aja.
Much like Tony Stark's armor, the "Iron Man" logo went through a number of iterations before a final design was settled upon.
It stands to reason that at some point in humanity's epic life-or-death struggle against the enormous Titans, dogs will enter the fray.
"Prison Pit" cartoonist Johnny Ryan talks about making the transition to animation and how he's married his adult humor style with kids animation.
Greg Weisman and artist Dominike Stanton introduce two of the Avengers' heaviest hitters to college life in a new ongoing series.
A fun fan trailer imagines a universe protected by Elba's John Stewart and Garrett Hedlund's Hal Jordan.
German cartoonist Jens Harder draws the history of the universe from the Big Bang to the arrival of Man in the first book of his four-volume trilogy.
The son of the model for "Archie's" Jughead! Remembering self-publishing advocate Tim Corrigan. Gilbert Hernandez talks "Love and Rockets"! Plus more!
Ed Brubaker, Greg Rucka and Michael Lark's police procedural series will be collected in a single hardcover edition.
In his first interview on "James Bond, Warren Ellis explains how his and Jason Masters' 007" hews more closely to Ian Fleming's novels than the movies.
Inspired by the 1,000-year-old guitar-playing vampire, the limited-edition design captures a different facial expression on each boot.
A killer crossover begins while both "Masks 2" and "Uncanny Season 2" conclude, plus "Bob's Burgers" #3 and more from Dynamite Entertainment.
The Pokémon Company International filed a lawsuit last week that shut down an unsanctioned Pokémon-themed party tied to PAX Prime in Seattle.
Joker's Daughter and her plans may destroy Gordon, Bullock and Montoya in DC's "Detective Comics" #44 by Brian Buccellato and Fernando Blanco.
Archaia debuts "Toil & Trouble," "Broken World" concludes and Casey has a plan in "The Woods," plus more from BOOM! and Archaia.
CSBG has a collection of interesting pieces of comic book history, like unused "X-Men" covers including the last one John Byrne ever drew.
See the circumstances that led Abbey to become who she is in IDW's "Danger Girl: Renegade" #1 by Andy Hartnell & Stephen Molnar.
ROBOT 6's "Store Tour" makes a stop in Cleveland at Carol and John's Comic Book Shop, which was opened in 1990 by John Dudas and his mother Carol Cazzarin.
New installments mix "A-Force" with N.W.A., "Spider-Gwen" with Slick Rick, "Captain Marvel" with Iggy Azalea and many more.
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Sam Sandak Freiberger & Diana Skelly follow up "Worlds Unite" with a boom, introducing Kyle the Gorilla in Archie Comics' "Sonic Boom" #11.
Carnage might have caused "Maximum Carnage," but Batman caused maximum damage on the Spider-Man villain in CSBG's latest "bad" fight spotlight.
David returns to SHELF PORN this week to show what his new space looks like after getting married. Also find out how you can submit your own shelves to ROBOT 6!
Check out CSBG's archive of notable comic book retcons, including the back-and-forth retcons over how Storm and Black Panther first met.
Gigantic new figures including Hot Toys Nick Fury, Mondo Leonardo and Executive Replica Sheena make the rounds this week.
It's that time of the year. CSBG is doing their annual Top 100 survey and this time it's the Top 100 DC & Marvel Characters. Vote for your favorites!
Even with some soft sales, the creative shakeup at the now Burbank-based publisher is here to stay.
As August gives way to September, so will summer to fall. Leaves changing, school starting, sports, etc. It's all game in the new Cover Contest.
DC Collectibles has released the first look at The Flash and Survival Suit Batman figures from the DC Comics Greg Capullo Designer Series.
Portfolios featuring copyrighted work is nothing new, but what happens when you use creations from a particularly litigious company? Find out!
With the return of "House of M" as part of "Secret Wars," take a look back at the now decade-old crossover that changed everything.
Everybody's working for the weekend, right? Now that it's hear, spend some of that hard earned money on some great new (or new to you) comics.
Mordecai and Rigby create their own take on Muscle Man and Starla's epic romance in Mad Rupert and Wook Jin Clark's "Regular Show" #27 from BOOM!
CSBG spotlights retroactive connections between characters, like how everyone seems to have met Wolverine -- even Spider-Man's parents!
Young Bruce Wayne plays schoolyard detective with Clark Kent and Diana Prince in a new hybrid kids series.
The latest Prog sees things get seriously dark with new stories from Rob Williams, Dan Abnett and more, and CBR has an exclusive first look.
Marc Guggenheim and Justin Greenwood "nail the character introductions" in "Stringers" #1, "a solid debut."
Jonathan Hickman and Nick Dragotta's "East of West" #20 "is a warning shot fired over the proverbial bow: ignore this comic at your own peril."
Axel Alonso discusses why Marvel scheduled another issue of "Secret Wars," and looks at upcoming new series including "Totally Awesome Hulk."
Following the departure of Brad Globe next spring, DC Entertainment President Diane Nelson will oversee the consumer products division.
Jem and The Holograms face off against The Misfits in the Battle of the Bands in IDW's "Jem" #6 by Kelly Thompson and Sophie Campbell.
What would happen if a character from "Dragon Ball Z" fused with a popular comic book character? These illustrations might give you an idea.
Writer Matt Wagner and artists Dan Schkade and Brennan Wagner discuss "Will Eisner's The Spirit" and making the classic character relevant in 2015.
To celebrate Kirby's birthday, in 1987 Lee joined a radio interview with the artist to discuss their Marvel Comics work and debate "who did what."
Today marks 98 years since the birth of the King of Comics, so check out some examples of Kirby's greatest art.
Figures Toy Company will release a retro-style Harley Quinn doll based on Mego's classic World's Greatest Super Heroes line.
Was it Gerry Conway or John Romita who decided to kill Gwen Stacy? And was the action figure for "Robin Hood, Prince of Thieves" just a repainted Green Arrow?
The cartoonist tells the tale of a town full of teenagers left to their own devices, living and learning the path of adolescence and adulthood on their own.
A group seeking to legalize marijuana in Ohio has enlisted a superhero to the cause, but not everyone's happy about it. Buddie looks elated, though.
Take a look at the first issue of DC Comics' next weekly Bat-series, featuring art by Tony Daniel and Sandu Florea!
The artist promises plenty of Bat-action for Cain, along with Dick Grayson, Harper Row, TIm Drake and other Robins.
The Line pays tribute to the King with drawings featuring some of his most famous comic book creations!