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The acclaimed comic book artist has drawn a poster for the CW's upcoming live-action take on the Archie Comics universe.
The latest addition to the Marvel x 3A line features Peter Parker and Spider-Man as reimagined by Ashley Wood.
Becky Cloonan's variant cover for Marvel's "Punisher" #3 gets upsized in this Comic-Con exclusive print.
The band gets back together, as the Rebirth one-shot establishes how, exactly, Batgirl/Oracle, Black Canary and Huntress coalesce as a team.
CBR breaks down the basics on every member of "Suicide Squad's" Task Force X ahead of the highly-anticipated DC Films release.
The one-ton statue commemorating the hero's 75th anniversary will be on display throughout Comic-Con International.
Gotham and Gotham Girl's secret origin is revealed, and the return of a bad guy teases even more ties to the pre-Flashpoint DCU.
CSBG has the hilariously silly reason why Paramount wouldn't allow DC Comics to do a Superman/Star Trek crossover.
The legendary Marvel creator will partner with Benaroya Pictures to develop multimedia products based on the new comic.
Four cinematic Jokers square-off in a panel moderated by Batman to determine once and for all who's the best Clown Prince of Crime. Survey says...?
Sure, Comic-Con may be upon us, but that's no excuse for not hitting a comic shop today. Find one near you no matter where you are.
The already massive crossover gets even bigger, "Star Trek" goes beyond the new film, and Douglas Adams' creation debuts in IDW's new offerings.
Rock out with first looks for "Astro City," "Buffy the Vampire Slayer," Adam Hughes' "Betty & Veronica" debut and tons more.
Watch the launch trailer for the "Suicide Squad" video game tie-in, currently available from the App Store and Google Play.
A new "Suicide Squad" promo puts the spotlight on Will Smith's Deadshot as we see the character try to cope in prison with an annoying prison guard.
CSBG spotlights the time that a "Star Trek" comic book was published with a Black Sulu and a White Uhura!
An alleged Anonymous-style group -- sponsored by Car2Go -- claims to have hidden rare comics around San Diego to protest surge fees by Uber.
Little is known about writer/artist Bryan Lee O'Malley's Los Angeles-drenched "Worst World" trilogy, but chances are there no evil exes.
Peter Milligan spoke with CBR about working with Juan Jose Ryp on "Britannia," a dark proto-detective series set in a remote Roman outpost.
A look at Marvel's book industry solicitations also reveals that the X-Men will get the "Epic Collection" treatment next year.
With the mysterious Gotham and Gotham Girl currently appearing in "Batman," CBR looks at ten other heroes who weren't what they appeared to be.
"Assassin's Creed" sees Cuzco under attack, "Heroes: Godsend" reaches its action-packed conclusion, and more!
Christos Gage and Rebekah Isaacs will continue the adventures of the cult classic character in "Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Season 11."
DC Comics' fan-favorite mercenary returns in the pages of "Deathstroke: Rebirth" #1 from Christopher Priest, Jason Paz and Carlo Pagulayan.
As DC and Warner Bros. prepare to give the world a superhero sitcom on NBC, we suggest some lesser-known DC guest stars for the series.
Dark Horse Comics' "Buffy the Vampire Slayer Adult Coloring Book" boasts artwork from series artists like Rebekah Isaacs, Georges Jeanty and more.
Xena is forced to call on the help of Ash Williams in Dynamite's new series from Scott Lobdell and Elliot Fernandez.
Jonathan Hickman will write and draw the series, which stars a crew of disgraced Earthlings fighting in an intergalactic war.
This October, Mike Johnson and Tony Shasteen will kick off a comic book series that takes place after the events of "Star Trek Beyond."
Diggle & artist Luca Casalanguida's story will spin out off Dynamite's Warren Ellis-scripted "007," with covers by Francesco Francavilla, Ron Salas & Robert Hack.
Christos Gage & Travel Foreman's "Civil War II" tie-in finds Spider-Man and Clash against cyberntic foes, and Clash might be headed for a relapse.
Writer/artist Adam Hughes brings Betty and Veronica into their own Archie Comics series that will turn America's sweethearts into bitter enemies.
Marvel Studios' Avengers teammates are the latest getting the Mondo spin just in time for Comic-Con International.
DC fans hoping to meet their favorite creators or experience the "Batman Arkham" need to understand the new rules
CBR News talks in-depth with blogger Zainab Akhtar about ShortBox, a quarterly comics box showing off independent talent from around the world.
Liesel Van Helsing protects New York City from otherworldy threats, but Zenescope's new series finds her on the run from an unstoppable foe.
In DC's October 2016 solicitations, Damian Wayne assembles his own "Teen Titans" team, a Justice League member asks a teammate on a date and more.
Plus, Terry McGinnis is back as "Batman Beyond," Damian leads the new "Teen Titans," and much, much more!
"Cannibal" and "Green Valley" also launch, plus new arcs for "No Mercy" and "Shutter," the latest "Saga," "Walking Dead" and more from Image.
The cartoonist talks about her new book which features a "Curb Your Enthusiasm"-like version of herself accidentally killing everyone at the Teen Choice Awards.