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Doug Zawisza gives Marvel's "Fear Itself" #1 4.5 stars, saying writer Matt Fraction and artist Stuart Immonen "waste no time getting this story set in motion...the next six issues ought to be stunning."
The CW has released an extensive photo gallery for "Booster," the Geoff Johns scripted episode of "Smallville" featuring the debut of Booster Gold and Blue Beetle, set to air Friday, April 22.
WonderCon numbers expected to exceed last year's convention! The secrets of "Secret Wars"! Retailers try to adapt to changing market! Moebius talks career, influence! Plus more!
DC Comics has provided CBR with advance looks at a trio new comics hitting the stands on April 6 -- "Secret Six" #32, "Freedom Fighters" #8 and the "First Wave Special" one-shot.
Marvel Comics has announced that the current "Captain America" title will become "Captain America and Bucky" with July's issue #620, written by Ed Brubaker & Marc Andreyko with Chris Samnee on art.
Tim and Graeme McMillan conclude their two-part discussion about "Legends," "Millennium" and "Invasion!" by asking questions about the lasting legacy of these series and quoting from the sacred book of Steve Englehart.
CBR Reviewer Doug Zawisza gives the long-delayed "Ultimate Comics X" #4 4 stars, saying of Jeph Loeb and Arthur Adams' series, "More than anything else, this is a comic worth waiting for."
Writer Dan Slott kicks off the six-part "Spider-Island" epic this summer in the pages of "Amazing Spider-Man." CBR News spoke to Slott about what happens when the citizens of NYC get spider powers.
CBR has learned exclusively that Titan Comics has acquired the rights to publish a "Family Guy" comic series in the U.S., with the first issue slated to hit newsstands and comic book stores in July.
Greg McElhatton gave Nick Spencer and R.B. Silva's "Jimmy Olsen" a 5-star review, saying "If you told me a year ago that a 'Jimmy Olsen' one-shot would be one of the best comics of the year, I'd have laughed at you."
Eisner Award winner Hope Larson spoke about her creative development over the course of her career, discussed her heavily anticipated adaptation of "A Wrinkle in Time" and more during her WonderCon spotlight panel.
Dynamite Entertainment has provided CBR with advance looks at new comics on sale this Wednesday, April 6 including "Green Hornet: Aftermath" #1, "Bring the Thunder" #4 and more.
While specific details are still sparce, DC Comics has unveiled the decade-specific logos for their "Retro-Active" line of one-shots, giving readers a taste of what to expect in July. ROBOT 6 has details.
IDW Publishing gave fans in attendance at their WonderCon panel a glimpse of what to expect from their publishing schedule for the remainder of 2011 while announcing a special team-up with Marvel Comics.
Steve Rogers once again dons the familiar red, white and blue in a new series this July. Longtime Cap writer Ed Brubaker is joined by artist Steve McNiven to launch "Captain America" #1.
During the BOOM! Studios WonderCon panel, the publisher discussed upcoming projects, the "Definitive Irredeemable," its new kaboom! imprint, the "Planet of the Apes" and Hellraiser" ongoing titles and more.
During his WonderCon panel, Robert Kirkman discussed the latest issue of "The Walking Dead," whether Stephen King was writing an episode of the TV series, his hidden fears, why he may have sold out and more.
Renowned artist and free-flowing personality Bill Sienkiewicz, treated a crowded WonderCon panel to a session on his life and art this Saturday, discussing everything from Hollywood to comics to vodka and more.
During a laid back and casual WonderCon panel, artist Amy Reeder spoke about her career in comics, from her time with Tokyopop to her current work with DC Comics, touching on the "Batwoman" delays and more.
Blake Lively revealed she landed her "Green Lantern" role in part because the darker edge she displayed in "The Town" may be key for stories to come, as she hinted at an appearance by Star Sapphire in potential sequels.
Following news of the end of "The Flash," ROBOT 6 contributor Tom Bondurant turns math wizard in an attempt to figure out which DC Comics titles may return to their original numbering in the next few years.
All throughout March, CSBG posted the first US comic work of your favorite creators! Now you can check out all the creators listed, including Steve Ditko, Warren Ellis, George Perez, both John Romitas and more!
The longtime creative team of Sergio Aragones and Mark Evanier discussed their upcoming "Groo Vs Conan" crossover, breaking into comics, their years of collaboration, the possibility of taking Groo digital and more.
The popular artist of "The Flash" and "Adventrue Comics," Francis Manapul regaled fans with stories of his time on TV, offered advice to aspiring comic pros, revisited his professional beginnings and more.
The celebrated writer of cerebral sci-fi superhero comics tells CBR about coming on to Marvel's black ops squad in "Secret Avengers" for a six-issue run of stand alone missions as announced at WonderCon.
With the Hulk on a violent rampage, mankind's only hope of stopping him will be... Dracula? CBR News spoke with writer Victor Gischler about September's “Fear Itself: Hulk Vs. Dracula.”
How does a little boy become one the Marvel Universe's biggest monsters? Writer Greg Pak and artist Mirko Colak begin to answer that question in July when they kick off the five issue "Red Skull" series.
Marvel Comics Chief Creative Officer Joe Quesada returns to the stage for a round of questions, answers and announcements in his classic Cup O' Joe panel at WonderCon, and CBR News has word of the next "Secret Avengers" team and more.
Veteran indy creator Terry Moore took to the stage at WonderCon to discuss ending "Echo," starting the adventure of "Rachel Rising," the future of digital publishing and more.
Wolverine and Cyclops are often at odds, but never more so than in this July's "X-Men: Schism" miniseries from writer Jason Aaron. Announced today at Wondercon, CBR spoke with Aaron about the book.
Marvel Comics brings new of the merry mutants to San Francisco at WonderCon 2011, including word on the "X-Men: Schism" event, and CBR was there for the official creative team announcement for the event and more San Fran specials.
CBR News presents an exhaustive library of screenshots culled from the newly released "Green Lantern" WonderCon footage for you to peruse, dissect and debate!
Editor Scott Dunbier spoke with CBR about IDW's upcoming collection of Dave Stevens' convention sketchbooks and Darwyn Cooke's oversized "Parker: The Martini Edition," featuring a new 10-page story.
Writer/editor Nate Cosby spoke exclusively with CBR about the 100-page "Jim Henson's The Storyteller" he is producing and editing for Archaia featuring work by Roger Langridge, Janet Lee, Marjorie Liu and more.
Looking to the year 2028, Archaia's newest OGN, "Old City Blues," tells a tale of police, robots and cyborgs in New Athens. CBR News spoke with creator Giannis Milonogiannis about the project.
ROBOT 6 contributor Chris Maunter chats with cartoonist Wilfred Santiago about his new graphic biography of famed Pittsburgh Pirates right fielder Roberto Clemente.
Dark Horse Comics hit Buffy Summers' new home of San Francisco to talk to an enthusiastic WonderCon crowd about the upcoming "Buffy Season Nine," "Angel & Faith," "Dollhouse," Gerard Way's "Killjoys" and more.
It's the final four in CSBG's DC/Marvel Comic Character Tournament! Find out which four characters have made it this far and vote to see who heads to the finals!
CBR spoke with editor Scott Dunbier about "Walter Simonson's The Mighty Thor: The Artist's Edition,” the first of several volumes presenting original art from classic Marvel adventures to be published by IDW. Yes, IDW.
In a CBR exclusive Keith Giffen, Louise Simonson, Jon Bogdanove and Marv Wolfman spill the beans on their contributions to DC Comics just-announced “Retro-Active” series.