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Katie researches Emily's family and uncovers a few facts about their deaths in the latest issue of Mike Carey & Mike Perkins' "Rowans Ruin."
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"X-Men: Apocalypse" star James McAvoy tells us how Prof. X goes bald, director James Gunn unveils an early design for Star-Lord's helmet and more.
After 50 years and dozens of spinoffs, Marvel's mutants have combined and rearranged in a startlingly high number of ways.
The Paybacks are fed up, and that means taking the fight to the shadowy organization attacking broke heroes in Dark Horse Comics' "Paybacks" #4.
CSBG has a collection of unresolved comic book plots, like the identity of Spider-Man villain F.A.C.A.D.E. and that time Kitty Pryde went missing.
Atomic Robo battles giant monsters out at sea in the latest issue of "Atomic Robo and the Ring of Fire" by Brian Clevinger and Scott Wegener.
A new report indicates that the "Cyborg" movie may turn out to be a full-on "Teen Titans" pic.
Comic Book Legends Revealed asks whether Marvel nearly had Northstar die of AIDs in the '80s. Plus, the secrets of the '90s animated Hobgoblin & Jughead's Native American past.
The family must save a zombified Fred Allen and everyone in Gristlewood in Steve Niles & Damien Worm's "The October Faction" #11 from IDW.
Tyler takes Sebastian on a dreamland tour through human history in "Fight Club 2" #8 by the acclaimed team of Chuck Palahniuk and Cameron Stewart.
The artists go back through a year's worth of The Line It Is Drawn and revisit themes for "leftover" pieces they weren't able to finish until now!
From hot digital deals to hip comics clothing, CBR has everything you need to check off your holiday shopping list.
Brian K. Vaughan and Cliff Chiang talk with CBR about what the future holds for their cast, and the worst Halloween treats they ever received.
Ryan Reynolds got dressed up in his holiday finest to wish fans a happy holiday, and mull over the logistics of a particular Thanksgiving meal.
Jose Molina and Simone Bianchi bring the Santerians back to the Marvel Universe in "Amazing Spider-Man" #1.1, on sale Dec. 16.
Check out #1s for "Daredevil," "Guardians of Infinity," "Totally Awesome Hulk," "Red Wolf" and "Spidey" plus tons more from Marvel!
CBR is taking the day off to celebrate, but if you need a break from the food and festivities there's always plenty going on in the CBR Community.
Terrigen Clouds transform the Marvel U as mysterious Skyspears appear in Charles Soule, James Asmus & Stefano Caselli's new Inhumans title.
If you're having family problems on Thanksgiving, be glad your mom isn't as messed up as Hellcat's, who inspired Trish Walker's mom on "Jessica Jones."
With the world more dangerous than ever for mutants, Dennis Hopeless and Mark Bagley chart a brave new course for the next generation of X-Men.
A young Native American helps out a crew of settlers in this sneak peek at Brian Wood & Andrea Mutti's "Rebels" from Dark Horse Comics.
As longtime leader of the X-Men, Cyclops has had plenty of cool moments over the years and CSBG counts down the five greatest.
Eric Kripke and John Higgins' "Jacked" #1 "feels like the first reel of a new movie, and you'll quickly be dying to see the rest."
Writer Gail Simone talks to CBR about Dynamite's update of three major female heroes, and how it was "never about taking away the sex appeal."
"Though Spider-Man isn't here, the spirit of the character shows all over" in Robbie Thompson and Stacey Lee's "Silk" #1.
"Poison Ivy" writer Amy Chu discusses her approach to the Batman character, not needing to define her, and why story is really all that matters.
Brandon Montclare, Amy Reeder and Natacha Bustos' "Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur" #1 "is a fun debut for this series."
Here's the perfect gift for that Dark Knight fan who's also a cat lover: a T-shirt with a Batman emblem made from more than three dozen images of kitties.
Mark Waid and Annie Wu's "Archie" #4 "shows just how effectively the reimagining lends itself to more modern and varied storytelling techniques."
The first issue of DC Comics' "Dark Knight III: The Master Race" reveals a significant change to Frank Miller's famous take on Batman. SPOILERS!
With "Dark Knight III" #1 now in stores, we celebrate our favorite, insane moments from the two previous installments!
Jeph Loeb opens up about the chance of a "Ms. Marvel" TV series; some fans think Spider-Man may be in the "Civil War" trailer and more.
Benoît Peeters named visiting professor at Lancaster University! Comic book gift ideas! The best kids' and teens' graphic novels of the year! Plus more!
The final fate of the Ninth Doctor, Rose and Captain Jack is determined in December!
With their hiatus over, Brian K. Vaughan & Fiona Staples discuss "Saga's" next arc and what they have in store to make readers cry their guts out.
On the release day of "Dark Knight III: The Master Race," Miller speaks once more about the new series, and what the future holds for him and Batman.
Keith Giffen spoke with CBR about the new, all-female team and his undying love for Supergirl, now flying to new heights thanks to her TV series.
It's Mad Men meets Justice League in "Jupiter's Circle," the turtles face a new threats in "TMNT," and others from DC, Marvel, Image & more.
Viner David Lopez isn't a superhero, but he can imagine what it must be like to accidentally reveal your secret powers to your friends.