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Augie goes in-depth, exploring the artwork used in a four page sequence from Stan Sakai's "Usagi Yojimbo." What can we learn about depth, directionality and symmetrical storytelling from these pages? Click to find out.
DC Comics has provided CBR with exclusive looks at "Superman/Batman" #81 by Collen Bunn and ChrisCross and "Booster Gold" #41 by Giffen & DeMatteis and Chris Batista, both on sale 2/16.
CBR's second Toy Fair photo parade features "The Walking Dead" from McFarlane Toys, Green Lanterns galore, the debut of "Young Justice" in action figure form, new Thundercats figures and more!
DC Entertainment has named Courtney Simmons Senior Vice President of Publicity, placing the former Disneyexcutive in charge of promoting DC's various franchises in publishing, movies, video games and more.
Marvel Comics has acquiesced to the call of fans for the return of the publisher's original Canadian superteam as a new "Alpha Flight" series is on the way by "Chaos War" writers Greg Pak and Fred Van Lente with art by Dale Eaglesham.
Courtesy of Dark Horse, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Witchfinder: Lost and Gone Forever" #2 by Mike Mignola, John Arcudi and the legendary John Severin. The issue hits March 2.
Courtesy of Aspen Comics, CBR presents an exclusive first look at the covers for "Fathom" #1. The fourth volume of Michael Turner's creation, by Scott Lobdell and Alex Konat, lands in stores May 18, 2011.
Marvel Comics has provided CBR with covers and solicit information for product shipping May, 2011, including the latest from "FF," "Fear Itself," CrossGen, "Thor," "Amazing Spider-Man" and more.
Reactions to the passing of Joanne Siegel. Alison Bechdel named guest editor of "The Best American Comics"! Archie Comics' "quiet revolution"! Berkeley's Comic Relief closes! Plus more!
Marvel has released a new "Fear Itself" related teaser image with Hercules and Juggernaut battling for possession of another Mjolnir-like hammer while Loki looks on, once again asklng, "Who are the worthy?"
Courtesy of Dynamite, CBR presents an exclusive first look at Chris Bolson's interior art for April's "Danger Girl and the Army of Darkness" #1, written by Andy Hartnett.
Last week, CBR's reviewers looked at over thirty new releases, weighing in on "T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents," "Star Trek Infestation," "The Walking Dead," "Power Man and Iron Fist," "Love and Capes" and more.
The wife of Superman co-creator Jerry Siegel and inspiration for Lois Lane passed away at 93, leaving a legacy of tenaciously fighting for her husband's rights to the Man of Steel as remembered by author Brad Meltzer.
Tim and Ryan K. Lindsay conclude their month-long exploration into the major runs that have made "Daredevil" so special, or not-so-special, in the pre-Marvel Knights era. This week: Nocenti, Chichester and more.
DC Comics has released solicitation information and images for new comics and products shipping in May 2011, including the latest from "War of the Green Lanterns," the opening chapter of "Flashpoint" and much more.
Courtesy of Dark Horse, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "King Conan: The Scarlet Citadel" #1 by Tim Truman, Tomás Giorello and José Villarrubia. Violence hits the Cimmerian's world once again on February 23.
Image Comics co-founder Erik Larsen spoke with CBR about the ongoing adventures of "Savage Dragon" and the upcoming giant-sized one-shot "Herculian," collecting his 24-Hour comic and other short stories.
IDW Publishing has provided CBR with exclusive looks at two new comics hitting the stands this Wednesday, February 16 -- "G.I. Joe: Cobra" #13," the prelude to "Cobra Civil War" and "Suicide Forest" #3.
CBR spoke with Herb Trimpe, the man many consider to be the definitive "Incredible Hulk" artist, about his time working in the Marvel bullpen, the one character he never had a chance to draw and life after comics.
ROBOT 6 is nearing the halfway point of their presentation of Top Cow's "Echoes" #1, with nine pages of the acclaimed first issue now available along with exclusive commentary on each page by series writer Joshua Fialkov!
It's the Avengers versus Korvac in this exclusive preview of Marvel's "Avengers Academy" #11 by writer Christos Gage and artist Tom Raney with a cover by Mike McKone! The battle gets cosmic March 16!
CBR reviewer Chad Nevett gives "PunisherMAX" #10 a 4.5 star review, saying the long delayed chapter by writer Jason Aaron and artist Steve Dillon is "worth the long wait...it’s thought-provoking and shocking."
Dark Horse has released images and solicitation information for new comics on sale in May 2011 including the "Angel Omnibus," "Avatar: The Last Airbender," "Hellboy," "King Conan" and much more.
Borders could file bankruptcy as soon as today! Diamond finds 98% of retailers abide by street dates! Marvel wants judge to decide Kirby copyright case! Morrison talks Batman, Wonder Woman! More!
Dynamite Entertainment has provided CBR with advance looks at new comics on sale this Wednesday, February 16, including "The Boys" #51, "Garth Ennis' Jennifer Blood" #1 and more.
Marvel's latest "Fear Itself" teaser asks the question "Who are the worthy?" while showing an image of Captain America, Iron Man and the Grey Gargoyle, reaching out to grasp something that looks similar to Thor's Mjolnir.
In the conclusion to our three-day 300th CBLR celebration, we look at how Alan Moore inadvertently yet dramatically changed the world of the X-Men forever! Plus, legends about Frank Quitely and Jack "The King" Kirby!
In his ongoing series of posts about writers whose comic work influences comic films, ROBOT 6's Chris Arrant puts the spotlight on Mark Millar's "Nemesis," "Big Dave," "Chosen" and more.
CSBG asks you to decide - which comic did you like best? Jack Kirby and Stan Lee's "Fantastic Four" or Steve Ditko and Lee's "Amazing Spider-Man?" Give your answer and check out the other polls!
In the second of our three-day celebration of the 300th CBLR, we examine the true story behind Neil Gaiman and his feelings on Death being used in the DC Universe. Plus, legends about George Perez, J.H. Williams III and Grant Morrison!
BOOM! Studios has provided CBR with advance looks at new titles on sale February 16, including "Stan Lee's Soldier Zero" #5, "28 Days Later" #20, "Darkwing Duck" #9, "Mickey Mouse" #305, "Donald Duck" #363, and more!
After news of a character death each quarter made the rounds from ComicsPRO, CBR has the straight word on Marvel's morbid moves from SVP of Sales David Gabriel.
It's time for our monthly reader art gallery, where you see your artwork featured on CSBG! This month, we've got kitten Wolverine, the Enterprise beaming down to Apokolips and more cool drawings!
With ROBOT 6 currently posting the complete first issue of "Echoes" on its site, Tim O'Shea took the occasion to chat with writer Joshua Hale Fialkov about the acclaimed horror series.
CBR's weekly chat with Marvel SVP of Publishing Tom Brevoort is chock full of news including behind the scenes info on "Fear Itself" and "Secret Avengers" and exclusive word on the next X-Men event.
Scott Allie returns to the "Star Wars" universe with "Star Wars: Jedi - The Dark Side," a five-issue series exploring Qui-Gon Jinn's early days as a Jedi Master. Illustrated by Mahmud Asrar, the series debuts in May.
Despite "Fantastic Four" #587 hitting six figures, January's sales slip across the board. John Mayo looks at the data, from price increases to non-shipping titles, in an effort to discern the origins of the drops.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR presents an exclusive first look at Ed McGuinness' variant cover for the March-launching "Sigil" #1 by writer Mike Carey and artist Leonard Kirk.
Steve Niles and Brea and Zane Grant translate the sexy online community into a team of daring adventurers in "Suicide Girls." Featuring art by David Hahn and Cameron Stewart, the series launches in March from IDW.
CSBG's 300th extravaganza begins with the first of a three-part column, each one featuring legends of the greatest comic book writers and artists of all-time! We start with looks at Neal Adams, Stan Lee and Warren Ellis!