"Batman's" Gotham Was... Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo
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Doug Zawisza gives the game-changing "Batman" #10 4.5 stars, saying series writer Scott Snyder "has done a masterful job adding depth to Gotham and to Batman."
Frank Doyle and Steve Skeates to receive Bill Finger Award! Why didn't "The Oatmeal" creator use Digital Millennium Copyright Act in fight with Funnyjunk? The biggest (literally) graphic novel at BEA! Plus more!
This week, CSBG's reader-suggested gallery features alternate reality character designs. See H.R. Giger's Catwoman, Will Eisner's Captain America, Dan DeCarlo's Wonder Woman and many more!
Writer Matt Fraction joins CBR for the latest edition of AVX COMMENTARY TRACK to discuss pivotal scenes in issue #5, the final installment of the series' first act. Plus, more behind the scenes bonus features!
Paul Jenkins' newest FLOGGING column takes a trip down memory lane and features tales of his brother, "Hellblazer," and another of Paul's "Ten Most Stupid Injuries."
Greg McElhatton gives "The Shade" #9 4 stars, calling the endeavor by James Robinson and Frazer Irving a "thoroughly enjoyable and high quality mini-series since its debut."
The villain behind the scenes of "Night of the Owls" is revealed in "Batman" #10, and Scott Snyder explains how he and Greg Capullo created the threat from the ground up and why the move changes the Dark Knight forever.
In his new book "Take What You Can Carry," cartoonist Kevin C. Pyle talks about growing up in the suburbs, the experience of Japanese-Americans interned during WWII, "gama," and more.
CSBG is still taking your votes for the greatest Spider-Man stories in existence! Websling over and cast your ballot for your personal top ten.
"G.I. Joe: Real American Hero" drops in Comic-Con International in San Diego for a two-part story arc beginning in July's #180. CBR spoke with writer Larry Hama about the arc and what Cobra's plotting in Hall H.
John Mayo goes in-depth with May's numbers, examining the halo-effect of "AvX" and "Night of the Owls," explaining why "Earth 2" sales numbers may climb even higher and looking at the "Walking Dead" sales phenomenon.
Marvel Comics has released its full solicitation information and cover art for titles shipping in September, 2012, including the latest from "Avengers Vs. X-Men," "Hit-Girl," "Gambit," "Spider-Men" and more!
As "Night of the Owls" circles back to the core Bat-book, Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo permanently change Bruce Wayne's world. Spoiler Warning! This article contains major spoilers about the events of "Batman" #10.
American Library Association, Eisner Foundation launch Will Eisner Graphic Novel Prize for Libraries! Graphic novels at BookExpo America! Are gay superheroes really news? Plus much more!
CBR spoke to James Tynion IV about writing "Talon," spinning out from the pages of "Batman," which tells the story of Calvin Rose, an assassin built but not broken by the Court of Owls.
In CSBG's latest collection of comic book Easter eggs, check out Doctor Who in the pages of "Buffy," plus, a whole mess of comic book objects hidden in the pages of an '80s Marvel comic! And, of course, a Steranko Effect!!!
Peter Morisi's original Charlton Action Hero is coming back from Dynamite, and Alex Ross collaborator Steve Darnall reveals their plans to update "Peter Cannon: Thunderbolt" and the undue influence of Ozymandias.
It's New Comics Day in the States, and CBR has more than 50 previews of new titles on sale today from Marvel Comics, DC Comics, Image, IDW, Dark Horse, Dynamite, BOOM! and more.
Augie looks ahead to three titles from Robert Kirkman's Image imprint, as well as the collected editions DC Comics will release this fall, not the least of which is an Amanda Conner art book.
"Deadpool" writer Daniel Way answers reader e-mails about the mercenary's new status in light of "Dead," and he gives tips on dental hygiene to X-POSITION. Plus exclusive art.
The writer behind superhero hits like "Earth X" and "Justice" discusses his recent return to creator-owned work at Image as Jim Krueger reveals how "Foot Soldiers" is back not just as a reprint but soon as new apocalyptic adventures.
Oni Press has provided CBR with the complete first issue and and exclusive preview of "Bad Medicine" #2, a new sci-fi/horror medical procedural from Nunzio DeFilippis, Christina Weir and Chistopher Mittens.
"Joe the Barbarian" & "American Vampire: Survival of the Fittest" artist Sean Murphy discusses his Vertigo series "Punk Rock Jesus," blogging, inking and being a professional.
Archie has provided CBR with an exclusive preview of Dan Parent's "Kevin Keller" #3! Kevin confronts the taunts and intolerance of Cheryl Blossom and her friends Wednesday, June 13.
Marvel and DC continue to dominate the sales charts in May, with "AvX," "Batman" and related tie-ins and crossovers filling seven of the top ten slots while Johns and Lee's "Justice League" hardcover tops the trades.
As part of "The Walking Dead's" 100th issue celebration, Robert Kirkman's Skybound has teamed up with Hyundai to design a zombie-proof Elentra GT for the post-apocalyptic world.
DC has released a preview of "The Shade" #9 by James Robinson with art by Frazer Irving. The Shade returns to London for the final chapter of the miniseries on June 13.
Bucky, Hawkeye, and in June, writer Cullen Bunn teams "Captain America & Iron Man" for his second arc on the title. CBR spoke with Bunn about his ever changing series.
May sales break "Diamond Exclusive Era" records! Art Spiegelman contributes to Occupy Comics anthology! A look back at the comic burnings of 1948! How Marvel Comics got its name! Plus more
CBR presents an exclusive first look at Sarah Pichelli's variant cover for Brian Bendis and Olivier Coipel's "Avengers Vs. X-Men" #11, featuring two members of the Phoenix Five in locked a battle to the death.
Dark Horse has released solicitation information and images for items shipping in September, 2012, including "Buffy Season 9," "Spike," "Conan The Barbarian," "Ghost" and more!
In an enigmatic teaser for Dan Slott and Humberto Ramos' "Amazing Spider-Man" 50th Anniversary issue, Marvel Comics teases the birth of a new character who could be either friend or foe.
Valiant Entertainment has unveiled a tantalizing, and bloody, image trumpeting the September return of Ninjak, the wildly popular ninja spy created by Mark Moretti and Joe Quesada.
If you're a fan of Scarlett Johansson's super-spy turn in Marvel's "The Avengers," CSBG's Kelly Thompson has some suggestions of which comics to try in order to sate your Black Widow reading appetite.
The team-up "Smallville" fans clamored for for years but never saw due to legal hurdles finally occurs when Clark Kent meets Batman and Robin in the pages of DC Comics' digital-first "Smallville: Season 11" #5.
Last week, the CBR reviews staff looked at 22 new releases including "Before Watchmen: Minutemen" #1, "Avengers Vs. X-Men" #5, "Earth 2" #2 and more!
In another installment of BEFORE THEY WERE FAMOUS, Tim explores the final pre-Alan Moore issue of "Supreme" and finds a lot more plot, but just as many rippled muscles, as he bargained for.
Yen Press has announced two new installments in the record-shattering adaptations of Stephenie Meyer's"Twilight" graphic novels: "New Moon" and an omnibus collector's edition of "Twilight."
DC Comics has released their full solicitations text and images for product being released in September, 2012, including all of the publisher's Zero Issues, the latest from Before Watchmen, "American Vampire" and more.
This week in CSBG's spotlight on the first appearances of pieces of comic book lore, we look at the debut of the Legion Clubhouse, the Justice League Satellite and the Fantastic Four's Baxter Building!