Merc With A Movie: The 16-Year Odyssey of the "Deadpool" Film
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Artist Mike Allred drew dozens of recognizable faces from the comics industry for the cover of May's "Silver Surfer" #5 -- how many can you name?
Scott Snyder, James Tynion and Yanick Paquette prove that "even without the tragedy in his heart, Bruce Wayne is still a great man" in "Batman" #49.
Brad McGinty and Brian Smith will bring a new comic series about Madballs, "sculpted rubber balls sporting outrageously gross faces," to Roar Comics.
Though he wouldn't reveal All-New Wasp's identity, Waid promised, "We're not in any way trying to replace Janet [van Dyne]."
It's Cold War calamity on "DC's Legends of Tomorrow," and The CW has released 15 new images from "Fail-Safe," which takes the team to a Russian gulag.
"Funny and frolicsome, Kelly Thompson and Jen Bartel's 'Jem and the Holograms' special costs less than a box of chocolates and is way sweeter."
In a preview of this weekend's Toy Fair, Funko reveals a first look at its "Suicide Squad," Spider-Gwen and "Ghostbusters" Pop! vinyl figures.
Gerry Duggan joins Axel Alonso for a special "Deadpool"-dominated conversation, talking the character's rise in popularity and 25-year legacy.
Joe Kelly and Ed McGuinness' "Spider-Man/Deadpool" #2 shows "why these two should have a series together with long-term, patient storytelling."
Ryan Reynolds persistence in getting "Deadpool" made is paying off, as the film's opening weekend estimates continues to track higher and higher
Roger Langridge & Andy Hirsch tell CBR about reinventing Arthur Conan Doyle's characters as supernatural mystery solvers in London at BOOM!
Square Enix has debuted the latest entry in its Play Arts Variant Kai "Batman Timeless" series, a sword-wielding Bushido Batman.
"There's a lot of great entertainment between the covers" in "Deadpool" #7 by Gerry Duggan, Scott Koblish, Phil Noto, Tim Seeley and more.
Betty swings for the fences and Archie Andrews pays the prices as Mark Waid & Veronica Fish continues the wildly popular "Archie" reinvention.
Todd McFarlane's toy company returns to its roots with a brand new Spawn action figure.
John Arcudi & Tonci Zonjic fight the "Metal Monsters of Midtown," Kenji Tsuruta releases his first new work in 20 years and tons more.
Harley's popular "Batman: Arkham City" incarnation gets the quarter scale treatment from NECA, and CBR has the exclusive first look!
Did Mark Waid try to get out of writing the second Deadpool miniseries after taking the gig? And does Alan Moore really not like any adaptations of his work?
Liefeld talks to CBR about the character's enduring popularity, reveals which movie prop he pondered stealing, and shares details for his new Deadpool tale.
DC Comics' May cover theme will pay homage to 11 first issues that helped launch off the New 52 in 2011.
Long Beach Comic Expo returns later this month, and CBR has the exclusive first look at programming covering Deadpool, Star Wars and more.
Deadpool cosplay reaches furry new heights with Catpool, the katana-wielding, curtain-climbing Merc With a Mouth (and whiskers).
The Line it is Drawn goes to the movies along with Deadpool, mashing the Merc up with classic films, from "Natural Born Killers" to "Inside Out!"
Ryan Reynolds' latest superhero flick heads into the holiday weekend with an impressive, record-setting preview night.
Writer Joshua Williamson and artist Jorge Coelho open the doom buggy doors for CBR and discuss Marvel's haunting new Disney Kingdoms title.
The Merc with a Mouth's R-Rated film opens today, but when did the traditionally PG-13 character make the R-Rated leap in comics?.
Charles Soule tells CBR about "Daredevil/Punisher," why the characters are at odds and why Daredevil's new partner Blindspot gets involved.
"Carnage" wraps its first arc, "Power Man & Iron Fist" are back, "Star Wars" breaks out "Rebel Jail," "Spider-Woman" runs for it and tons more.
Evan Dorkin, Sarah Dyer and Jill Thompson are back at Dark Horse for "Beasts of Burden: What the Cat Dragged In," a one-shot scheduled for May.
Brace yourselves, true believers! CSBG pulls back the curtain and explains the origins of Marvel's famous "No-Prize" and how it was awarded.
Tim-21 discovers the secret heart of the Resistance in Image Comics' sci-fi hit from writer Jeff Lemire and artist Dustin Nguyen.
As the Merc With the Mouth gets the big screen treatment, his co-creator recalls how Wade Wilson was born and quickly became a marquee superhero.
For the super-sloppy among us, there are DC Comics Dress Up Napkins to help protects us from those meal-time messes.
Ahead of Toy Fair, DC Collectibles has revealed new additions to its DC Icons line, including Wonder Woman, classic Deathstroke and Batgirl.
Lotz tells CBR that while her character seemed to have moved past the dark places she went to on "Arrow," she still has her demons to contend with.
Charles Soule & Brandon Soule get loud as they launch a new arc of Marvel's "Uncanny Inhumans" and introduce a new wrinkle for Black Bolt.
Flash fans call for donations to The Hero Initiative! Matt Bors’ The Nib finds a new home! Daniel Way talks "Deadpool"! Plus more!
David Walker is back with the '70s' most lasting private detective, a sci-fi tragedy shines through its dour subject material, and Megatron leads Transformers.
Paul Wernick & Rhett Reese tell CBR about "Deadpool's" feminist content and why kids will get more from an R-rated superhero movie than any sex talk.
The Legends break into the Pentagon, make plans to head behind the Iron Curtain and release a new poster for tonight's episode.