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The explosive second season of "Gotham" has arrived and it has fandom buzzing -- here are the five biggest ways the show's improved over Season 1!
Despite a few bumps in the road, Stjepan Sejic's "Switch" #1 "does a nice job presenting the world for newer readers."
He’s gone by many names and accomplished many heroic deeds, but this November Hercules' Marvel adventures will be handled by Dan Abnett & Luke Ross.
Valiant Entertainment has teamed with Quarantine Studio to release the first-ever statue based on one of the publisher's properties.
"The new 'Archie' continues live up to the hype" in Mark Waid and Fiona Staples' "Archie" #3.
Paul Jenkins discusses his and artist Andy Clarke's sci-fi tale about a detective who clones himself again and again in order to save the world
Marvel Comics looks to be on the verge of another "Civil War," this one arriving around the same time as the "Captain America: Civil War" film.
Frank Miller's first "Sin City" story, "The Hard Goodbye," will get the "Curator's Collection" treatment, with the original artwork reproduced.
Tom Hiddleston reveals that while he did film a scene for Joss Whedon's superhero sequel, there's a good reason fans never saw it.
Gail SImone and Nicola Scott are giving the iconic characters new directions for series by Marguerite Bennett, Aneke, Frank Barbiere and Kate Leth.
Clint Thomas owned Clint's Comics in Monroe, Louisiana. Amnesty International condemns charges against cartoonist. Artist Jeffrey Veregge talks "Red Wolf."
Square Enix has revealed Spartan Batman, the next action figure in Play Arts Variant Kai’s Batman Timeless line.
Will the villainous Atom Smasher ruin the very first Flash Day celebration in this scene from the hit superhero series' Season 2 premiere?
LEGO artist Nathan Sawaya shares the first look at his record-setting, life-sized Batmobile, designed by artist Jim Lee.
KFC and DC Entertainment will bring the "The Colonel of Two Worlds" by Tony Bedard and Tom Derenick to New York Comic Con.
Vampirella takes on the Xenomorphs in "Aliens/Vampirella," Tina's the star of a "Casablanca" spoof in "Bob's Burgers" and more from Dynamite.
Teasing its “Biggest ‘Attack on Titan’ Manga Announcement Ever" panel at New York Comic Con, Kodansha Comics has debuted new "Titan" art by Tomer Hanuka.
Clark Kent attempts to continue life as Superman despite his depleted powers in Greg Pak, Aaron Kuder & Scott Kolins' "Action Comics" #45.
A war breaks out in the final issue of "Cluster," Flood tries to outsmart the killer in "John Flood," plus many more from BOOM! Studios.
CSBG collects notable comic retcons, like when the driving death of the classic X-Men graphic novel "God Loves, Man Kills" never actually happened!
Keith's Comics co-owner Keith Colvin shares with "Store Tour" some of the secrets to staying in business for 26 years.
Comic Book Legends Revealed dives into the strange history of the man known as Bishop, and the differing opinions of Chris Claremont and John Byrne.
A battle has ripped a hole in the sky, bringing all kinds of monsters to Earth in IDW's "String Divers" #3 from Chris Ryall & Nelson Daniel.
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A sickness sweeps across Ponyville, but somehow Spike and Zecora are immune in Anderson & Garbowska's "My Little Pony: Friends Forever" #21.
In the "bad" superhero fight spotlight, CSBG looks at the time Wolverine's nemesis Sabretooth got his butt kicked... by the Black Cat?!
In a new feature on divisive comic plots, CSBG asks whether Kitty Pryde's rhetorical use of the n-word in some '80s X-Men comics was appropriate.
A former Pennsylvania comic shop owner took on three gunmen head on but still lost out on $50,000 in a harrowing tale.
Diamond Select Toys, Funko and Super 7 all show off NYCC Exclusives while Vinyl Sugar and NECA gives us something to fear this month.
The Allan children take on the deadliest monster of all: their own mother, in Steve Niles & Damien Worm's "The October Faction" #9 from IDW.
Halloween is almost here, and the new CBR Community Cover Contest is all about keeping it scary with your favorite skeleton covers.
Check out this crash course in Natasha Romanoff's badassery compiled to celebrate her new ongoing series from Mark Waid and Chris Samnee.
Forget New Comics Day -- comics are available seven days a week, and you can grab them from local stores everywhere with the best locator around.
Look back at the many incarnations of the Joker, from his earliest DC Comics origins to alternate takes in animation, live-action and beyond.
A supernatural love triangle is formed as vampires and werewolves fight it out in Mad Rupert & Wook Jin Clark's "Regular Show" #28 from BOOM!
CSBG has a collection of notable comic book firsts, like the first superhero to die -- and subsequently be revived!
Jeph Loeb and Tim Sale's "Captain America: White" "sticks to its strengths in issue #2.. an excellent read."
Geoff Johns and Jason Fabok's "Justice League" #44 "strings readers along with teases and hints early on but delivers a game-changing conclusion."
Axel Alonso talks the "Daredevil" team taking on "Black Widow," and the initial All-New, All-Different Marvel launches including "Invincible Iron Man."
CBR has the exclusive first look at Titan Comics' "Assassin's Creed" #1 variant covers, arriving in stores October 14.