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Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR present an exclusive preview of Cary Bates and Renato Arlem's final chapter of "Superman: The Last Son of Krypton." The issue, with a Felipe Massafera cover, hits stores October 6.
Last week, CBR's crack review staff weighed in on 17 different titles, including the latest issues of "Stuff of Legend Vol. II," "First Wave," "Star Wars: Blood Ties: Jango and Boba Fett," "The Terminator: 1984" and more.
In the wake of last week's announcement that David Kelley is actively developing Wonder Woman for the small screen, SPINOFF asks for your thoughts on who should portray the Amazonian warrior on a weekly basis.
Dynamite Entertainment has provided CBR with advance looks at new comics on sale this Wednesday, October 6, including an extended look at "The Lone Ranger" #24 and a first look at "The Boys" #47.
Before the highly anticipated movie sequel hits the big screen this December, Disney Publishing and "Green Hornet" scribe Jai Nitz tell the story behind "TRON: Betrayal" with an original graphic novel.
This week, Tim reflects briefly on the Adam West "Batman" television show before going in-depth on the topic in a conversation with Jim Beard, editor of the upcoming anthology, "Gotham City 14 Miles."
It's Monday, which means CBR's Twitter Hotllists have been updated - check out the current top 25 lists and see where your favorite creators stand, who's gaining on whom and which creators might be slipping.
Marvel Comics has released an advance look at "Punisher: In the Blood" by Rick Remender and Roland Boschi. Remender's final Frank Castle saga, featuring a cover by Francesco Mattina, begins on November 3.
Courtesy of Image COmics, CBR presents an exclusive extended preview of "Nany in Hell" #3 by El Torres, Antonio Vazquez and Fran Gamboa with a cover by Juan Jose Ryp. The issue hits this Wednesday, October 6.
Kelly Thompson begins a three-week experiment where she has a group of women who are not comic readers review recent comic releases. Come see the world of comics through some really new eyes!
Marvel held its latest "Next Big Thing" press conference call Monday afternoon, with Kelly Sue DeConnick and editor Alejandro Arbona discussing the upcoming "Osborn" miniseries and what it means for the charismatic villain.
CBR reviewer Doug Zawisza gave the final issue of Marvel's "Atlas" a 5-star review, saying Jeff Parker and Gabriel Hardman's series "ends as it existed: the very best comic on the stands today."
DC Comics has released a preview of "Brightest Day" #11 by Geoff Johns, Peter J. Tomasi, Ivan Reis, Patrick Gleason and more. Black Manta throws down against Aquaman this Wednesday, October 6.
John Jackson Miller spoke with CBR about "Star Wars: Knight Errant," a new storyline the writer will explore in both comics and a novel, his new Jedi and some of the new Sith that readers will meet.
Marvel Comics has released an advance look at "Ant-Man & the Wasp," written and drawn by Tim Seeley with a cover by Salva Espin. The Secret and Founding Avengers team up on Wednesday, November 11.
Doug Zawisza gave Top Cow's "Artifacts" #2 a 4-star review, saying Ron Marz and Michael Broussard have created a "breath of four-color fresh air that is big and bold, but detached from excessive crossover muddling."
In "Wolverine/Hercules: Myths, Monsters, and Mutants," the titular heroic hell raisers must contend with vengeance seeking villains, and a horde of undead monsters. We spoke with writer Frank Tieri about the project.
Richard Bruning, Steve Rotterdam and Cheryl Rubin have reportedly left DC Entertainment amid the ongoing restructuring, with the recently promoted Patrick Caldon retiring. ROBOT 6 has the details.
After making his name for not killing Jen Walters in "World War Hulks," writer Harrison Wilcox takes to smashing the Marvel U on a monthly basis with artist Ryan Stegman on the bounty hunting team-up title "She-Hulks."
BOOM! Studios has provided CBR with advance looks at new titles on sale October 6, including "Incorruptible" #10, "28 Days Later" #15, "Toy Story" #7, and three new trade paperback collections.
Top Five Month has finished! So take the time to check out the full month's worth of comic book related lists, including the top five Daredevil writers and artists and the top five John Romita Sr. designed costumes!
ROBOT 6's Tom Bondurant examines how his comics-buying habits have changed by looking at his haul for seven Septembers over the past 26 years. The results are a little surprising.
Comic creators Mike Mignola, Steve Niles and Hans Rodionoff spoke to an audience of fans about their experiences with and influences by H.P. Lovecraft during their panel at the West Hollywood Book Fair.
"High Moon" and "Box 13" writer David Gallaher spoke with ROBOT 6 about the world of digital comics, Marvel's "Winter Guard," the influence of Bill Mantlo and more.
COMICS SHOULD BE GOOD is three quarters of the way through the Year of Cool Comics. So come check out the archive to see the list of cool comics featured so far - you might find your new favorite comic book!
In the finale of CBR's debate-spurring series on the controversial "One Moment In Time" story, Marvel Editor-in-Chief Joe Quesada closes the book on the continuity changes to Spider-Man from secret identities to "One More Day."
Series creator David Petersen sat down with Joshua Dysart at the West Hollywood Book Fair to discuss the origins, influences and future of his Eisner Award-winning comic book, "Mouse Guard."
Courtesy of Top Cow, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Genius" #1 by Marc Bernardin, Adam Freeman and Afua Richardson, featured in the "Top Cow First Look" collection on sale October 6 for $4.99.
In anticipation of the AMC TV series, the gang at The Walking Deadcast podcast shared its in-depth chat with the Image Comic's longtime artist Charlie Adlard, discussing everything from zombie love to horror music.
Greg McElhatton gave "Avengers Prime" #3 a 4-star review saying of the Brian Michael Bendis and Alan Davis miniseries, " I'm more than happy to settle in for the ride. This is a big heap of fun."
Courtesy of BOOM! Studios, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Incorruptible" #10 by creator/writer Mark Waid and artist Horacio Domingues. The next chapter of the Irredeemable-verse unfolds on October 6.
This week, learn the strange story of one of the first Marvel/DC crossover, a crossover that was not authorized by anyone at Marvel or DC!! Plus, who is Speedy and why was he taking the place of Donald Duck?
Stuart Immonen spoke with ROBOT 6 about balancing the roles of Top Industry Artist and Independent Small-Press Creator, the pros and cons of both aspects of his career, leaving "Ultimate Spider-Man" and more.
Readers will get a chance to see how diverse the title character can be with the four issue "Thor: Heaven & Earth" miniseries by writer Paul Jenkins and an all-star team of artists. We spoke with Jenkins about the book.
This year's Eisner winner for Comics Journalism spoke with ROBOT 6's Chris Arrant about the current state of comic book reporting, his time as a syndicated strip writer, how he broke into the industry and more.
Marvel Comics has released an advance look at "Captain America" #611 by Ed Brubaker and Daniel Acuna with covers by Marko Djurdjevic and Gerald Parel. The trial of Bucky Barnes begins on October 27.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale next Wednesday including "Avengers Academy" #5, "Chaos War" #1, "S.H.I.E.L.D." #4, "Uncanny X-Force" #1, "Wolverine" #2 and more.
In part four of CBR's commentary on the controversial Spider-Man saga "One Moment In Time," Marvel E-i-C Joe Quesada fast forwards to modern day to explain how Peter Parker's choices affected he and Mary Jane beyond "Civil War" and more.
After months of speculation as to whether the convention would stay in San Diego or move to Los Angeles or Anaheim, Comic-Con International has announced San Diego is home through 2015.
In "Avengers" and "New Avengers," both teams have been working over time to save Earth and all of reality from dangerous threats. We spoke with writer Brian Michael Bendis about both titles.