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Hyperion Books dives into the Marvel Universe to publish two novels, "Rogue Touch" and "The She-Hulk Diaries" starring Marvel Universe heroines. CBR has the full press release and covers.
The New Crusaders go back to school after an early tragedy and they're looking to suffer some more superpowered mishaps to come in Mike Norton's cover for May's "Dark Tomorrow" #2.
Doug Zawisza gives Jonathan Hickman and Adam Kubert's "Avengers" #5 4 stars, saying the creative team "does a fantastic job filling [the series] with bold ideas, unpredictable adventures and agreeable characters."
Marvel has provided CBR with an exclusive first look at Nick Spencer and Luke Ross' "Secret Avengers" #1. Hawkeye, Black Widow and Agent Coulson's undercover work begins on February 13.
Rapunzel goes wild with a lot of unhappy Japanese Fables while Megatron follows his core programming and Ultra Magnus struggles with the idea of "relaxation" in a week that wins by a thin margin.
The team behind the creator-owned hit turned superhero movie franchise are wrapping things up in the Kick-Ass world. Mark Millar explains why "Kick-Ass 3" is the bloody end of Dave Lizewski's saga.
Writer John Layman and artist Jason Fabok talk to CBR about their sidestepping take on "Death of the Family" and their Penguin-paced plot which builds toward the landmark "Detective" #900.
In CSBG's latest spotlight on how comics drop unwanted plotlines, Abandoned Love, Brian Cronin looks at how DC Comics handled the end of the short-lived "Mod" era of Wonder Woman.
With the conclusion of Scott Snyder and Jeff Lemire's "Rotworld" hitting stores this week, DC Comics has released advance looks at "Animal Man" and "Swamp Thing" #18, next month's epilogue issues to the event.
Courtesy of BOOM!, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Bravest Warriors" #5 by Joey Comeau and Mike Holmes, based on Pendleton Ward's latest cartoon. A new arc begins Feb. 13.
Greg McElhatton gives "Dial H" #9 4.5 stars, calling the issue by China Mieville and Alberto Ponticelli "a new classic and a great reminder of how new life can be breathed into old properties."
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Uncanny X-Men" #1. Brian Michael Bendis and Chris Bachalo lead Cyclops and his crew of outlaw X-Men into Marvel NOW! on February 13.
Axel Alonso says increase in Latino characters "isn’t some PC initiative, this is capitalism"! Cartoonist Luisa Felix passes away. Grant Morrison on the end of his "Action Comics" run! Dean Haspiel on Billy Dogma and work-for-hire!
After looking at Marvel's recent sales figures, writer Brett White went into a possibly over-reactive panic about the publisher's female-led ongoing series and decided to write a call-to-arms.
Describing it as a Wagnerian superhero saga, Mark Millar promises a comic event in he and Frank Quitely's "Jupiter's Legacy," drawing inspiration from classic myths, Golden Age origins, King Kong and the end of America.
Ryan K. Lindsay gives "Green Arrow" #17 4.5 stars, saying the debut issue of creative team Jeff Lemire and Andrea Sorrentino "is the turn old fans of the character have been waiting for."
In their latest spotlight on comic book easter eggs, CSBG takes a look at a series of G.I. Joe in-jokes, including guest appearances by Spider-Man, Astro Boy, Flaming Carrot and more!
Co-writers Bryan J.L. Glass and Michael Avon Oeming make their triumphant return to the world of "Mice Templar" with the fourth and final volume, "Legend," from Image Comics. Plus loads of exclusive art.
Marvel Comics' newest Marvel NOW! teaser indicates "Iron Man" writer Kieron Gillen and artist Dale Eaglesham will team up in May to explore a secret origin of the Armored Avenger.
Marvel has provided CBR with an exclusive first look at Marcos Martin's variant cover for "Fearless Defenders" #2 by Cullen Bunn and Will Sliney, which features Martin's take on Misty Knight and Valkyrie.
Writers Chris Ryall and Tom Waltz spoke with CBR News about their issues for the upcoming miniseries "KISS Solo," their favorite KISS albums and unique experiences geeking out with Gene Simmons himself.
Writer J.T. Krul spoke with CBR about his newest creator-owned works at Aspen Comics, the prose novel "The Lost Spark" and new comic book series "Jirni," part of the company's "10 For 10" initiative.
Diamond Director of Purchasing John Wurzer will replace Bill Schanes as Vice President of Purchasing following Schanes' departure from the role in April, when he transitions a part-time advisory role.
Was the flying saucer that crashed at Roswell really transporting three kids from the future? Also: A comics anthology that includes one of Spain Rodriguez' last comics.
Courtesy of Skybound, CBR presents an exclusive first look at the Emerald City Comic-Con green foil variant cover for "The Walking Dead: The Governor" Special.
In declaring April's comics "WTF Certified," DC Comics made itself an easy target for snide remarks. ROBOT 6's Caleb Mozzocco looks at the publisher's marketing campaign for its gatefold "surprise" covers.
Siegel and Shuster heirs ask judge to dismiss DC Comics lawsuit against their attorney! Hackers take down servers that host several major webcomics! 2012 SPACE Prizes announced! Chromatic Press launches! Plus more!
Archie writer/artist Dan Parent describes the life of Kevin Keller as Riverdale's gay teen starts his second year headlining a solo title with a new romance, an Archie-esque love triangle and more geeky fun.
STAPLE! The Independent Media Expo has provided ROBOT 6 with an exclusive first look at the details for their ninth annual event, held March 2-3 in Austin, Texas and featuring James O'Barr, Steve Niles and more.
Grant Morrison's run on "Action Comics" has been extended by an issue, and the writer tells CBR about how he'll cap off his reinvention of Superman with a more frightening take on the Fifth Dimension.
It's New Comics Day in the States, and CBR has more than 100 previews of new titles on sale today from Marvel Comics, DC Comics, Dark Horse, Image, IDW, BOOM!, Dynamite and more.
Pipeline goes to France, with a review of "Spirou and Fantasio In New York' and news out of the comics festival in Angoulême. How much longer do we have to wait for digital Franco-Belgian comics?
X-Position chats with "X-Men Legacy" writer Si Spurrier, who answers fan questions about Legion's new adventures as he struggles to find his place in an Xavier-less Marvel Universe. Plus, exclusive art!
Mark Millar and Frank Quitely show off the first full pages from their upcoming Image epic "Jupiter's Legacy," taking readers from the discovery of super powers to modern battles full of psychic illusions.
ROBOT 6's TIm O'Shea spoke with Jason Latour about Bucky Barnes coming to terms with his past in "Winter Soldier," guiding a supporting cast that includes Nick Fury and the introduction, and naming, of new characters.
Artist Christopher Shy discusses "Dead Space: Liberation," an OGN written by Ian Edginton which leads hero John Carver directly in to the story of the highly anticipated "Dead Space 3" game.
In part two of CBR's look back at writer Brian Bendis' eight-year reign as Avengers' architect, the writer discusses the second half of his run, potential future stories and the upcoming "Age of Ultron."
The DCU's newest iteration of the Justice League gets ready for action in a new "quick cut" page from artist David Finch for he and Geoff Johns' "Justice League of America" series.
CBR spoke with writer Scott Allie about Dark Horse's upcoming "Abe Sapien: Dark and Terrible" miniseries, created with Mike Mignola and Sebastian Fiumara, the awakening of Sapien and the impending end of the world.
In a twist on BEFORE THEY WERE FAMOUS, Tim takes a whole new angle with AFTER THEY WERE FAMOUS with a look at the Rick Veitch written-and-drawn "Swamp Thing" #65, the first post-Moore issue of the series.