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Ape Entertainment has announced at NYCC that they will be be reimagining the classic Harvey Comics character Richie Rich, updating him for modern audiences.
At New York Comic Con's DC Universe panel, the publisher announced "The Death of Oracle" in "Birds of Prey," a new comedic space heroine from Kevin Maguire, and, very accidentally, a new Hawkman project from James Robinson.
Cal MacDonald, the arcane detective from "Criminal Macabre," will make a big comeback in 2011. We spoke with Steve Niles about "The Goon/Criminal Macabre," an FCBD flipbook and more standalone one-shots.
Greg Pak and the Ford Foundation have provided CBR with a 7 page preview of "Vision Machine," created and written by Pak and illustrated by R.B. Silva. The first issue debuts for free during this weekend's NYCC.
Capcom and Marvel have revealed that MODOK, Magneto, "Bionic Commando's" Spencer and Sir Arthur will all be playable characters in the upcoming "Marvel VS Capcom 3" console fighter.
In the four issue "Wolverine & Jubilee: Curse of the Mutants," Wolverine will try and help Jubilee tame the monster that now lives inside her. We spoke with writer Kathryn Immonen about the book.
Come the Summer of 2011, writer Andy Diggle and artist Adi Granov pit Steve Rogers against a shadowy enemy from his past in the pages of "Astonishing Captain America."
The X-Men are no strangers to places where danger lurks behind every corner but are they ready to face the perils of Monster Island? Daniel Way & Jason Pearson take over "Astonishing X-Men" to answer that question.
Victor Gischler and Chris Bachalo kick off "Serve and Protect" in January, the second arc of the new "X-Men" series, a story which takes the team back to New York and teams them with Spider-Man.
Godzilla returns to comics in 2011, IDW Publishing announced during its panel at New York Comic Con. A new series featuring the giant fire-breathing monster and assorted characters begins in February.
Dark Horse discussed their digital plans at NYCC this evening, including unveiling the publisher's new in-house Apps eliminating third-party fees and allowing them to drop the price to $1.49 an issue and more.
"Baltimore: The Curse Bells" will be the second miniseries exploring Mike Mignola and Christopher Golden's monster-infested, post-WWI universe. We spoke with Golden for details on the series.
A zombie invasion hits "Transformers," "G.I. Joe," "Star Trek" and "Ghostbusters" in IDW's "Infestation," launching in January with a Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning-penned mini. CBR spoke with IDW about the event.
The DC Nation panel at New York Comic Con was full of laughs, surprises, and a few announcements, including the return of Milestone's "Xombi" and the fate of co-features. Find out what Dan DiDio, Jeff Lemire and a feisty fan had to say.
Tom Brevoort and Axel Alonso take their CBR show on the road with a fan Q&A panel at New York Comic Con, and we were there to nab the news of "Astonishing Captain America," the return of "Astonishing X-Men" and issue #600 of "Iron Man."
Doug Zawisza gave DC Comics' "Brightest Day" #11 a 4.5-star review saying Geoff Johns, Peter J. Tomasi, Ivan Reis, Joe Prado and the rest of the creative team "have definitely found a groove."
The creators of Marvel's merry mutants from Jason Aaron to Kieron Gillen discuss the future of the X-Men from "The Five Lights" to "Curse of the Mutants" and CBR was there to deliver news on Wolverine, Jubilee, the next X-event and more.
Archaia E-i-C Stephen Christy spills on the recently announced upcoming anthology "BleedOut" featuring a plethora of creative talent that explores the consequences found in eliminating an everyday commodity.
CBR is proud to announce the arrival of the site's new twice-monthly columnist, Ron Marz, whose November-debuting column will document the prolific "Witchblade" writer's experiences in the comics industry.
DC Comics has announced that Nick Spencer and Bernard Chang will become the creative team on "Supergirl" with January’s Issue 60, replacing Sterling Gates and Jamal Igle. ROBOT 6 has details.
New York Comic Con's Spotlight on Geoff Johns panel found DC's CCO and star writer of "Green Lantern" and "Brightest Day" answering (and not-answering) a full hour's worth of fan questions during which he let some secrets slip.
Courtesy of Aspen Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Executive Assistant: Iris" #6 by David Wohl and Eduardo Francisco. The issue hits stores Wednesday, October 13.
An all-animation edition of Comic Book Legends Revealed this week as we explore the secret origins of the G.I. Joe comic book, the Doom Patrol's Mister Nobody and the Archies' musical career!
Before the doors have opened, New York Comic Con organizers have announced on-site and online ticket sales have been closed for Saturday and weekend passes, though Friday and Sunday tickets remain available.
Dark Horse expected to announce $1.49 digital comics! Comics sales drop 12 percent for the year (while digital skyrockets)! "Scott Pilgrim" continues its bookstore reign! Interviews with Adam Hughes and Jeff Kinney!
After six decades, Charlie Brown, Snoopy and the gang are still going strong and CBR News spoke with Charles Schulz's widow Jean Schulz about plans for the legacy of America's most celebrated comic strip.
Bob Wayne, DC Comics’ vice president of sales and marketing, has been promoted to senior vice president of sales as part of the company’s restructuring. ROBOT 6 has details.
DC Comics has released a pair of Batman-themed advance previews, offering early looks at November's heavily anticipated "Batman Inc." #1 and "Batman: The Dark Knight" #1.
In advance of their first ever tag-team panel at New York Comic Con, Marvel's Tom Brevoort and Axel Alonso are back to share what secrets lie ahead for the Ultimate line, Black Cat and more!
As the signature comic convention of New York City prepares to return after a year and a half off, CBR speaks with the con organizer about what to expect from attendance and logistics to guests and events.
"The Walking Dead," the acclaimed horror series by Robert Kirkman, Tony Moore and Charlie Adlard, will move from comics to TV to prose with a trilogy of novels conceptualized by Kirkman. ROBOT 6 has details.
Dark Horse has released images and solicitation information for new comics on sale in January 2011 including the final issue of "Buffy: Season Eight," "Let Me In," "Hellboy" and more.
Why not take some time during the New York Comic Con and spend a little bit of it getting to know the Comic Book Resources family a little bit better through Twitter, Facebook and more!
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.
Wolverine's new series began by finding the titular character trapped in Hell and his friends targeted by mysterious assailants. CBR News spoke with writer Jason Aaron about the arc and his plans for the title.
Promoted as a benefit of digital sales, Marvel Comics' David Gabriel announced at the ICv2 Conference On Comics & Digital that the publisher would debut new titles at a lower price point in January.
Courtesy of Dark Horse, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Vampire Boy" by Carlos Trillo and superstar artist Eduardo Risso. Collected in English for the first time, "Vampire Boy" strikes October 13.
DC Comics has announced that as of January, 2011, the publisher wll be decreasing prices on their standard length $3.99 titles to $2.99 citing the long term health of the industry as their reason for the new pricing
DC Comics writer Sterling Gates stopped by CBR TV to discuss his time spent working on "Supergirl," what it was like working on "War of the Supermen," the challenges of writing "Bizzaro-speak" and much more.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of Mark Millar and Leinil Francis Yu's hotly anticipated creator-owned Icon title, "Superior." The first issue hits Wednesday, October 13.