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Jason Aaron takes CBR readers through a week in the life of a professional comic book writer: namely, himself, as he balances the challenges and rewards of working from home and with numerous creative partners.
Marvel Comics has released an advance look at "Wolverine" #2 by Jason Aaron and Renato Guedes with covers by Jae Lee, Mike Mayhew and Arthur Adams. Wolverine's adventure in Hell continues on October 6.
After a series of red herring teasers, Marvel announced that the Black Panther would take on the job of the hero of Hell’s Kitchen. Let us know how who you would have chosen to fill the role!
Writer Adam Beechen opens up to CBR about how he made the future of Batman's animated world jibe with DC continuity, his thoughts on an ongoing and where the mystery of Hush Beyond will lead in this week's issue #4.
DC Comics has released Yanick Paquett'e cover for his and Grant Morrison's "Batman Inc." #2 which seems to indicate that one of the Bat-franchises will be opening up in the Far East come December. ROBOT 6 has the cover.
Inside you'll find the sales estimates for comics and trade paperbacks for August 2010 with DC's "Brightest Day" topping the monthly charts and "Scott Pilgrim" once again finding himself atop the trades rankings.
This week's THE LINE: IT IS DRAWN is a special All-PAD edition! Peter David gave his suggestions for last week's topic and the artists had at them! Check the results out and make your suggestions for next week!
Emmy winning artist Dead Haspiel spoke with CBR News about his latest Vertigo project, "Cuba, My Revolution," what it was like developing the story of his family friend and co-writer Inverna Lockpez and more.
The latest teaser for "The Walking Dead" hints at big changes in the coming months for Robert Kirkman and Charlie Adlard's long-form Image Comics zombie epic with the launch of December's "No Way Out" storyline.
Writer/artist Howard Chaykin creates an all-new one-shot teaming the Dark Knight detective and the on-again, off-again villainess in a chase after old-school villain the Cavalier in "Batman/Catwoman: Follow the Money."
Marvel has released an advance look at "I Am An Avenger" #2, featuring stories by Greg Rucka, Sean McKeever and Paul Tobin with art by Mike Mayhew and more. The issue, with a Greg Land cover, hits stores October 13.
Comics' grim August is a flashback to 2000! Indian court refuses to hear Archie Comics complaint! Yale Law School library spotlights "Superheroes in Court"! The 10 most dangerous places in comics! Plus much more!
"Time Bomb" #2, by writers Jimmy Palmiotti & Justin Gray and artist Paul Gulacy, is in stores today and Radical Comics has provided CBR with an exclusive, extended preview of the issue!
CBR News spoke with the creative team tasked with bringing Eriq la Salle's story of an experimental FBI unit partnered with hardened criminals in order to capture particularly vicious criminals to the comic page.
It's New Comics Day in the States, and CBR has more than 60 previews of new titles on sale today from Marvel Comics, DC Comics, IDW, Image Comics, BOOM! Studios, Dynamite, Bluewater and more!
In the wake of "Shadowland" and the end of their monthly "Daredevil" title, Marvel Comics has announced that the King of Wakanda will take up the role of the Man Without Fear in a new series, and ROBOT 6 has the details.
Marvel Comics has released variants by superstar artists J. Scott Campbell and Mike Choi for "Ultimate Comics Thor" #1 by Jonathan Hickman and Carlos Pacheco.
Peter David, the writer of "X-Factor," spoke with X-POSITION and discussed team dynamics, mutant powers and engaged in a little bit of baby-talk. All this, plus exclusive art from "X-Factor" #209!
If a publisher releases a book and nobody notices, is it bad news for Humanoids? How long should a company wait to release a trade? Finally, take a trip back to 2005 with Augie to see what was hot 5 years ago.
The short-lived Marvel competitor founded by Martin Goodman will get a second go thanks to its originator's grandson as Atlas Comics prepares "Phoenix" and "The Grim Ghost" for a debut at New York Comic Con.
Writer Brian Lynch spoke with CBR News about his upcoming eight-issue “Spike” miniseries from IDW, which sees the charismatic and troublemaking vampire assembling his own crew to tackle a mission in Vegas.
DC Comics has released a preview of next week's "Power Girl" #16 by writer Judd Winick and artist Sami Basri. The next chapter of Karen Starr's life begins to unfold on Wednesday, September 22.
Aspen Comics has provided CBR with an exclusive preview of "Mindfield" #3, created and written by J.T. Krul with art by Alex Konat & Jon Bolerjack with covers by Konat and Phil Noto. The issue hits stores September 22.
Elektra isn't the only hero offering her services for hire these days as the Avenger known as The Falcon declares himself available for employment in today's teaser image from Marvel Comics.
Sony Online Entertainment and DC Entertainment have unveiled the latest character making his presence known in the upcoming "DC Universe Online" MMORPG: the super-powered simian known as Grodd!
Who will publish Frank Frazetta's "White Indian" comics? Artist Jerry Grandenetti passes away. Cartoonists react to new Apple content guidelines! Comic pricing! SPX reports! Moto Hagio interviewed! Plus much more!
ROBOT 6's Tim O'Shea spoke with creator Jason about his recently released Fantagraphics graphic novel "Werewolves of Montpellier," the art of writing dialogue, where to buy original Jason art and more.
Fred Van Lente's "Iron Man Legacy" tells new tales from the character's past and the current arc has him on the streets of Los Angeles without a dime to his name while being hunted by two ruthless supervillain groups.
Dynamite Entertainment has announced that Joe Madureira of "Battlechasers" and "Uncanny X-Men" fame has provided a special variant cover for the first issue of the publisher's relaunch of "Vampirella."
Marvel and Disney have released an advance look at "Tron: Betrayal" #1 by Jai Nitz & Andie Tong with a Salvador Larocca cover. Bridging the story between the original movie and "Tron Legacy," the comic hits October 6.
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR presents an exclusive, extended preview of Nick Spencer's "Morning Glories" #2. Featuring art by Joe Eisma and a cover by Rodin Esquejo, the mystery deepens on Wednesday, September 15.
Last week, CBR's review staff covered twenty new titles including "Weird War Tales" #1, "The Thanos Imperative" #4, "Kill Shakespeare" #5, "Thor #614 and "Doom Patrol" #14 amongst others.
CBR is proud to announce the launch of a new addition to its Comics Twitter Directory, our new COMICS TWITTER HOTLISTS which track the popularity of comics professionals using Twitter.
Over 35 years ago, author Harlan Ellison lost his chance to produce the story of a galactic space odyssey on his terms, but now the full story can be told in a new IDW miniseries that Ellison hopes will complete his dream.
This week, Tim finally continues his discussion with incoming "Detective Comics" scribe Scott Snyder as the two get to the good stuff: exactly why it is Grant Morrison comics are so important.
Courtesy of 2000AD / Rebellion, CBR presents an exclusive first look at "Judge Dredd: Mega-City Masters 02," featuring the first-ever Judge Dredd cover art by comics legend John Romita, Jr.
Hardcore wrestling legend Mick Foley visited CBR TV along with his co-writer Shane Riches to talk about their upcoming 12 Gauge Comics series, "R.P.M.," Foley's work with Jill Thompson, meeting Tori Amos and more.
Playing now at Chicago's Museum of Contemporary Art, Redmoon Theatre's "The Astronaut's Birthday" is an 80-foot tall Kibyesque comic book with elements of live performance. CBR has a full review.
Marvel Comics has released a teaser image featuring Elektra walking away from a body, accompanied by the tagline "Assassin for Hire" and a "Coming in December" timeframe of release.
In "Klaws of the Panther," the new Black Panther, must foil a plot by her father's murderer, the villainous Klaw, to take over the world. We spoke with writer Jonathan Maberry about the October-launching project.