The Biggest Superhero Films That Didn't Happen, Part 2
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DC has released information on new collectable statues based on its upcoming "Before Watchmen" series and "Dark Knight Rises" leading to Toy Fair 2012.
DC has announced artist shifts for the New 52 including Steve Pugh on "Animal Man," Travel Foreman on "Birds of Prey," Jesus Saiz on "Resurrection Man" and Fernando Dagnino on "Suicide Squad."
Greg McElhatton gives Jason Aaron and Nick Bradshaw's "Wolverine and the X-Men" #5 4 stars, calling the story "big and crazy and slightly different."
John Mayo drills down into DC Comics' sales numbers over the first five months of the New 52, analyzes Marvel's diminished sales and looks at the significance of DC sweeping the top ten spots.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR presents exclusive advance looks at two of its February 15 releases: Brian Michael Bendis and Renato Guedes' "Avengers" #22 and Kieron Gillen and Greg Land's "Uncanny X-Men" #7!
Value of digital comics market in 2011 estimated at $25 million! ComicsPRO's annual meeting kicks off! Ashcan comics from '30s and '40s go up for auction! Takehiko Inoue resumes "Vagabond"! Plus more!
Celebrate freedom of speech with a gallery teaming-up Lady Liberty with various comic book characters - Superman, Tony Chu, V, Matt Murdock and more!
The "Batwoman" creative team, JH Williams III, Haden Blackman, and Amy Reeder, give CBR News a taste of what troubles await Kate Kane in their second story arc, "To Drown The World."
DC Entertainment picks up where TV's "Smallville" left off with "Smallville Season 11," a digital-first comic debuting April 13. Written by TV series writer Bryan Q. Miller, the digital adventures will see print in May.
Marvel has provided CBR with a first look at Chris Bachalo's cover "Wolverine & the X-Men" #10 by Jason Aaron and Alan Davis' cover for "Secret Avengers" #27 by Rick Remender with art by Renato Guedes.
Kelly Thompson weighs in on "Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Season 9" #6 and gives the controversial issue 4 stars, saying of Andrew Chambliss and Georges Jeanty's issue it's "a comic to be reckoned with."
In part one of an exclusive two-part interview, Marvel Publisher Dan Buckley discusses the company's sales performance in 2011, takes January competition from DC head on, engages questions of pricing, double shipping and more.
Doug Zawisza gives the final chapter of Scott Snyder, Scott Tuft and Attila Futaki's "Severed" 4.5 stars, calling the story "terrifying and unsettling...memorable and impressive."
"Avengers Assemble" writer Brian Michael Bendis, artist Mark Bagley and editor Tom Brevoort gathered together to reveal new details on the upcoming series in a special press conference call.
The writer behind "Kick-Ass" and "Wanted" is taking his turn at kids books as Mark Millar teams with artist Curtis Tiegs for "Kindergarten Heroes," an early reader picture book focusing on super powered toddlers.
"Static Shock" artist Scott McDaniel responds to writer John Rozum's comments on leaving the New 52 title due to creative differences after a handful of issues.
With ComicComposer, software developer Aquafadas places the power of digital publishing in the hands of indy creators. CBR spoke with the company about what its new program offers publishers of all sizes.
Image Comics partner Robert Kirkman speaks with CBR about the launch of his new title "Thief of Thieves," Image Expo, "The Walking Dead," and the future of "The Infinite."
After months of anticipation, the first look at Marvel's "Avengers Vs. X-Men" #1 has arrived! Written by Brian Michael Bendis with art by John Romita Jr., the issue hits stores in April.
"New Mutants" and "Frenemy of the State" writers Nunzio DeFilippis and Christina Weir, along with newcomer Jackie Lewis, warm up in "Play Ball," a new graphic novel about sports, school and family.
James Sturm boycotting "The Avengers" movie over Jack Kirby's "raw deal"! Michael Chabon on Stan Lee and Jack Kirby's falling out! Jimmy Gownley on taking a break from "Amelia Rules"! Plus much more!
In today's "Buffy: Season 9" #6, the Slayer deals with her pregnancy head on and confronts a topic readers have been debating since last issue’s big revelation: whether Buffy will have an abortion.
In the next phase of the New 52 from DC Comics, the relaunch of the publisher's Annuals reintroduces Mr. Freeze with "Batman Annual" #1 by Scott Snyder and Jay Fabok.
Marvel has provided CBR with an exclusive first look at Sara Pichelli's variant cover to "Avengers vs. X-Men" #3 written by Ed Brubaker with art by John Romita Jr.
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, Image, IDW, Dark Horse, Dynamite, BOOM! and more.
This week's Pipeline begins with a look at "Joe the Barbarian," a 200-page low-blood sugar attack. Plus, an alternate vision for the comics industry, and what can the Wiggles teach comic creators?
Marjorie Liu drops in on X-POSITION to bid farewell to "X-23," pique fan interest in her and Mike Perkins upcoming "Astonishing X-Men" and debut the cover for "Astonishing" #50!
DC has revealed a first look at Chris Burnham's cover for "Batman, Incorporated" #1 written by Grant Morrison. The "Second Wave" book hits in May.
"Voltron" ongoing series writer Brandon Thomas speaks to CBR about the origins of Voltron Force and the discovery of the robot lions that willd become the Defender of the Universe.
Popular writer of mature readers comics from "Preacher" to "The Boys" Garth Ennis has taken to Kickstarter to fund a children's book, the evolutionary themed "ERF" drawn by Ricky Gervais collaborator Rob Steen.
As "Season 9" of Joss Whedon's franchise continues, Buffy the Vampire Slayer tackles new emotions through her pregnancy, new villains with "zompires" and new mysteries surrounding Spike, Willow and the gang.
Nate Powell, writer and artist of "Any Empire," discusses illustrating "The Silence of Our Friends," a story set in the racial hotbed of 1960s Houston, Texas, and the mythology-inspired "The Year of the Beasts."
Marvel has released an early look at "Age of Apocalypse" #1, David Lapham and Roberto De La Torre's new title. Spinning out of "Uncanny X-Force," the series debuts March 7.
Scott Lobdell's "Teen Titans" and Jeff Lemire's "Animal Man" are the first of DC's New 52 to get the annual issue treatment this May.
Diamond has released its sales information for January, 2012, and John Mayo has crunched the numbers, with DC Comics continuing its domination of the charts led by a top ten sweep.
Join CSBG in its examination of in-jokes and hidden references, as a certain Canadian X-Man meets his fate in "Aliens/Predators," Adam Hughes pays homage to his past and Clark and Lois crossing paths with Green Hornet.
Amazon reportedly opening a store in Seattle to gauge profitability of a chain! Latest volume of "One Piece" gets 4 million-copy first printing! Last days of Toronto's Dragon Lady Comics! Plus much more!
Incoming writer Ann Nocenti speaks to CBR News about her opening arc of “Green Arrow,” creating legendary villains and the steampunk influences in “Green Arrow” #8.
CBR reviewed nearly twenty new releases last week, including the latest issues of "Dark Horse Presents," "X-Factor," "Men of War," "Fatale," "Uncanny X-Men" and more!
Tim begins a two-part conversation with artist Tom Scioli, discussing formative Masters of the Universe comics, astonishing Jack Kirby tales and the aesthetic origin of the "American Barbarian" creator.