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Weeks before Marvel's big revelation, one brick enthusiast built a life-size replica of Captain America's shield -- with one noticeable modification.
CSBG's collection of stories we shouldn't bring up again includes when Psylocke was sexually assaulted by her brother Captain Britain's evil twin.
A South Florida prop maker is bringing the classic X-Men foe to life this weekend at MegaCon with a 7-foot 2-inch Juggernaut costume.
Some of the top collectible manufacturers got a head start on Comic-Con International with reveals of their newest exclusive merch.
DC Comics has provided CBR with a detailed look at new designs for a half-dozen more characters.
Whether a solo or team book, if you're name's on the cover you need to be there. This week's Cover Contest is all about noticeable absences.
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Ulises Farinas, Erick Freitas and a team of killer artists unleash deadly viruses, cowboxing, astronauts and more in IDW's "Amazing Forest."
CSBG has an archive of unresolved comic book stories, like what, exactly, is the arrangement Apocalypse has with the Celestials? What's their plan?
Whether you've seen the latest X-Men movie or you're still on the fence, check in with all the latest news about the film and franchise's future.
In Ed Benes' variant cover for "Batman" #1, the Dark Knight holds the Joker by the throat against the Gotham city skyline.
Marvel Executive Editor Tom Brevoort talks in-depth about the reaction to this week's controversial "Captain America: Steve Rogers" surprise.
The new edition of "DC Universe: Rebirth" will present the 80-page issue with an updated cover and new format.
"Writer, artist and storyteller extraordinaire Terry Moore wraps up 'Rachel Rising' with equal parts heart, humor and horror in issue #42."
"Geoff Johns and Jason Fabok wrap up 'Justice League' with fist pumping action sequences, intense character moments and jaw-dropping revelations."
The Calendar Man cometh as a bold new era for Batman begins as part of DC Comics' Rebirth by Scott Snyder, Tom King and Mikel Janin.
The closing pages of Joe Kelly and Ed McGuiness' first arc hints that Marvel Comics may be poised to revisit the controversial, marriage-erasing story.
Brenden Fletcher discusses working with Kelly Thompson on BOOM!'s Pink Ranger solo series, and why Kimberly returns to her heroic roots.
The latest episode of "DIY Prop Shop" makes creating a prop replica of Harley Quinn's oversized hammer look downright easy.
Apocalypse has plagued the X-Men for decades, but the ancient mutant's history stretches back centuries.
How did Magneto factor into the shocking original ending of "X-Men: Zero Tolerance?" And did Deadpool nearly debut in an inter-company crossover?
Fittingly retro, given the 1980s setting of "X-Men: Apocalypse," Mond's latest enamel pins showcase Archangel, Psylocke, Magneto and Storm.
Apocalypse has recruited countless Four Horsemen over the years -- here's a guide to the biggest and baddest soldiers the immortal mutant has commanded.
The Line artists pay tribute to the late, great Darwyn Cooke with pieces based on characters he illustrated, or drawn in his style.
John Ostrander & Jan Duursema their new sci-fi graphic novel, and share some never-before-seen art from the Kickstarter-funded project!
Though Bryan Singer's latest X-film isn't all bad, it suffers from being boring and repetitive where it should be thrilling and imaginative.
As the character gets set for her "X-Men: Apocalypse" debut, CSBG revisits whether Psylocke was only supposed to temporarily turn Asian.
Get up close and personal with the Joker's gun and shaving kit, Harley Quinn's mallet and Captain Boomerang's... boomerangs.
Check out a look at the first issue of Ed Brubaker, Sean Phillips & Elizabeth Breitweiser's violent new Image Comics title.
Marc Guggenheim tells CBR how "The Coulson Protocols" and "Avengers: Standoff" set his team up up for a fall in the coming "Civil War II" conflict.
Deadpool has a four-part crossover in one issue, Frank Castle prepares to kill, "Spider-Women" reaches its climax, "A-Force" gets jailed & more.
Due to a service malfunction, two riders were stuck on Six Flags' Joker ride on the day of the 4D roller coaster's unveiling.
The Pink Ranger strikes out on her own, Charles Soule & Greg Scott's "Strange Attractors" is back, "Gumball" gets a new OGN and more!
"DC Universe: Rebirth" sent shockwaves through the comic book landscape and Joseph Illidge discusses the book's ultimate statement.
G. Willow Wilson and Adrian Alphona's "Ms. Marvel" #7 "takes advantage of a crossover to tell a smaller-scale story that echoes the event's themes."
Geoff Johns stressed all along that the return of "legacy" was a major priority for DC Comics, and the "DC Universe: Rebirth" one-shot proves it.
Two con men with a secret history finally have their shared story told in Ben Acker, Ben Blacker & Danilo Beyruth's "Deadpool V Gambit."
Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa and Francesco Francavilla's "Afterlife With Archie" #9 features "unexpected touches that make the series a must-read."
DC Entertainment continues to lock down talents to exclusive contracts, and the latest is "Aquaman" and "Titans" writer Dan Abnett.
The toymaker's 2016 SDCC offerings also include a new Thomas the Tank Engine/DC Comics "transforming" toy.