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"Namor: The First Mutant" #6 kicks of an all new arc of the series sending the titular Atlantean to Hell and forces him into a confrontation with Doctor Doom. We spoke with writer Stuart Moore about the series.
Today, Ron Marz delves into the concept of death in comics in light of the recently released "Fantastic Four" #587 and eulogizes his friend and creative partner on "Pantheon City," the late Clement Sauvé.
Matt Wagner bids farewell to the Green Hornet, discussing the hero's first year, hinting at what to expect from Green Hornet and Kato's climactic encounter with Chicago crime boss "Skid" Caruso.
The newest additions to the Henson family, the Skrumps get their debut one-shot from Archaia this April. Creator John Chandler told CBR how the Skrumps made it to comics and what to expect from the upcoming issue.
Winning ain't easy in this week's BUY PILE which is jam packed with mediocrity. Still, Steve Rogers gets a little smarter, Deadpool gets a new playmate and a flying monkey searches for adventure, and that ain't bad.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Invincible Iron Man" #500.1, a special jumping-on issue from the regular creative team of Matt Fraction and Salvador Larocca. The issue hits February 2.
The 33-year-old artist and former fixture of the CBR Fan Community has passed away after a battle with cancer, leaving behind a legacy of sharp, distinctive work in comics and animation.
CBR reviewer Doug Zawisza gave "Detective Comics" #873 a 4.5 star review, saying that the current creative team of Scott Snyder and Jock "are doing a great job [of] making this title a must-read."
Acclaimed cartoonist Tony Millionaire spoke with CBR News about his new book "Little Maakies on the Prairie," working with Elvis Costello, the difference between writing for adults and children and much more.
Digital comics distributor comiXology has announced a Digital Storefront Affiliate program which is designed to allow comic store owners to sell digital releases through an integration with the store's website.
J.G. Jones discusses his love of Doc Savage, how he came to write the pulp character's title for DC Comics instead of drawing it, teased the forthcoming original graphic novel he's creating for the publisher and more.
Marvel has released an advance look at "Incredible Hulks" #623, by longtime series writer Greg Pak and his new creative partner, artist Dale Eaglesham. Prepare to enter "Planet Savage" on Wednesday, February 23!
Marvel cancels day-early debut for "Formic Wars: Burning Earth"! Wizard World's twisting path to becoming a public company! More on Top Cow shake-up! The Comics Code's last years! More!
CBR News takes readers inside the story summit behind Dynamite Entertainment's gathering of Jack Kirby's creator-owned characters in one epic by Kurt Busiek and Alex Ross with an exclusive first look at the #0 issue.
Marvel Comics has released a teaser image hinting at the events to come in next month's "Fantastic Four" #588, the final issue of the publisher's long-running series.
Fantastic Four expert Sean Kleefeld joins CBR for a guest commentary on the concept of death in the Marvel Universe, specifically as seen through the lens of stories starring Marvel's First Family.
"Age of X" begins this week and writer Mike Carey joins us for one last installment of AGE OF X COMMUNIQUÉS. Today, Carey leak's anti-mutant government operative Henry Peter Gyrich's profiles on Frenzy, Magma and Cypher.
Marvel has announced that Greg Pak and Fred Van Lente will follow up "Chaos War" with an all-new series starring the Prince of Power. "Herc," featuring art by Neil Edwards, faces off against "Fear Itself" in April.
Jason Aaron is joined by some of his comic book friends to illustrate the importance of having your own work space when you live a freelancer's life, be it a room in your house, an office park rental or something else.
In light of yesterday's media frenzy surrounding the death of a Fantastic Four member, ROBOT 6's Graeme McMillan offers up four more comic book characters whose deaths might elicit similar responses.
Writer Jim Zubkavich joined CBR News for an exclusive and extensive analysis of the latest issue of "Skullkickers," his critically acclaimed swords-and-sorcery buddy comedy published through Image Comics.
Whedonverse veteran Jane Espenson and novelist Jackie Kessler spoke with CBR about "Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Tales," an oversized hardcover collecting stories of Slayers and vampires beyond the usual cast.
CBR News reaches out to comic shop owners and managers from coast to coast to see what kind of business they drew on Tuesday for Marvel's nationally-promoted "Death Bag" issue of "Fantastic Four" and how it affects their stores.
Marvel Comics has released an advance look at "Emma" #1 by NYT best-selling writer Nancy Butler and "Dapper Men" artist Janet K. Lee. The world of nineteenth century romance comes to comics Wednesday, March 2.
Spock and Namor! Oprah and Uhura! Magneto vs. the Borg! See your favorite comic characters interact with your favorite Star Trek characters, as drawn by our artists! And be sure to make your suggestions for next week's topic!
DC Comics has released a preview of "Batman and Robin" #20, the first issue by the new creative team of Peter J. Tomasi and Patrick Gleason. The issue, sporting covers by Gleason and Gene Ha, hits stores Wednesday, February 9.
Jeffrey Brown spoke with CBR about his process, humor, how the new volume of "Change-Bots" is more than just parody and why transforming robot comics aren't as different a project for him as it might seem to his fans.
Marvel Comics' newly-promoted Senior Editor and X-Men Group Editor Nick Lowe returns to X-POSITION and answers emails directly from you, the fans! Come and see what he has to say!
DC Comics has released a preview of "Brightest Day" #19, the first battle in the long-brewing Aquawar by Geoff Johns Peter Jomasi, Ican Rei and more. The war for the Earth's oceans breaks out on Wednesday, February 2.
Marvel Comics has released the Joe Quesada illustrated second printing variant cover for the sold out "Fantastic Four" #587, written by Jonathan Hickman and illustrated by Steve Epting.
Writer Garth Ennis unpacks the revelations at the heart of the current arc, explaining how 9/11 looms large in his superhero satire, Butcher's past and how Wee Hughie prepares for the end.
It's New Comics Day in the States, and CBR has more than 70 previews of new titles on sale today from Marvel Comics, DC Comics, Dark Horse, Image Comics, Top Cow, BOOM! Studios, Dynamite, Archaia and more!
Reports began circulating late Tuesday afternoon that Marvel had included a little surprise inside those poly bagged issues of “Fantastic Four” #587 – a limited number signed by writer Jonathan Hickman.
In this month's installment, we spoke with writer Nick Spencer and artist Joe Eisma about their work on "Morning Glories" #6, an issue filled with new characters, new stories and at least one game-changing revelation.
DC Comics has released a preview for "Green Arrow" #8 by J.T. Krul and Diogenes Neves with covers by Mauro Cascioli and David Mack. The "Brightest Day"-linked storyline continues tomorrow, January 26.
It's time to say good-bye to "Wizard Magazine," and also time to dance on its grave. Also, is the two dollar digital comic the wave of the future? Augie has a proposal for potential digital publishers to mull over.
"Fantastic Four" #587 is in stores now, and one member of the titular team is no longer among the living. We spoke with Jonathan Hickman about the issue, the character that dies and the resulting fallout in the Marvel U.
When there're inter-dimensional zombies in your neighborhood, who ya gonna call? CBR spoke with writer Erik Burnham about the two-issue “Ghostbusters: Infestation,” which ties into IDW's first crossover event.
Tim begins a lengthy look at Daredevil with the help of CBR reviewer Ryan K. Lindsay. From Stan Lee to Ann Nocenti and Ed Brubaker, they discuss the essentials of the Man Without Fear in "The Daredevil Dialogues."
CBR reviewer Benjamin Birdie gives "Fantastic Four" #587 a 4.5 star review saying the finale to Jonathan Hickman and Steve Epting's "Three" storyline is "worthy of the attention it’s getting, but for all the right reasons."