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Courtesy of Archie Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of the first chapter of "Archie Meets KISS," plus details on how to get your copy signed by Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley at Golden Apple Comics!
"Secret Avengers" #19 scores a 4.5 star review from Chad Nevett who calls Warren Ellis and Michael Lark's issue "a lesson in how style and skill can turn the most basic of stories into something refreshing and new"
With the end of the semester in sight, Laura Sneddon returns to discuss her latest class assignment, reading the metafictional, autobiographical work of Eddie Campbell and Alan Moore in "The Birth Caul" and "Alec."
The landmark "Fantastic Four" #600 hit stores last week and CBR reviewer Doug Zawisza gave it 4 stars, calling the 100-page milestone "another entertaining, fun read from [Jonathan] Hickman and company."
CBR News spoke to "iZombie" and "Cinderella: Fables are Forever" writer Chris Roberson about his latest fantasy miniseries "Memorial," on sale in December from IDW Publishing.
A giant whale, Thor himself and the deepening mystery of Tanarus all come into play in the latest issue of Matt Fraction and Pasqual Ferry's "Mighty Thor" which Marvel has released an early preview of.
Being thankful for a week that wins -- even if it did so by a thin margin -- as Steve Rogers gets clandestine, Adric Fell runs a lot and Tony Stark returns to the pile of purchases alongside one fun dwarf.
Dynamite Entertainment has provided CBR with advance looks at new comics on sale this Wednesday, November 30, including "Flash Gordon: Zeitgeist" #1, "The Dynamite Art of Alex Ross" and more!
Advertising Age names DC among America's Hottest Brands! "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark" now expected to turn a profit on Broadway! Alan Moore on the use of Guy Fawkes masks in protests! Plus much more!
Under Mark Waid's pen, the titular hero of Marvel's "Daredevil" has been ensnared in the deadly world of illicit high finance. We spoke with Waid about Latverian money laundering and his plans for the series.
CBR's Doug Zawisza lauds James Robinson & Cully Hamner's second issue of "The Shade" saying "this is a fun, adventurous, unpredictable book" and gave it a 4.5 star rating.
All month-long, Comics Should Be Good has been testing your ability to identify comic book artists based on a series of four panels. Come test your skills with the list of art challenges!
Classes resume early following the Thanksgiving break as ROBOT 6's Chris Mautner provides an overview on the career and comics of one of comics' biggest stars, Grant Morrison.
ROBOT 6's Tom Bondurant speculates on the future of the DC Comics line, specifically on various concepts that may be due for a New 52 revival.
"The Fury Of Firestorm" editor Rachel Gluckstern spoke with CBR News about the secrets revealed in the series third issue, revelations that will shake the Firestorm universe and affect the DCU as a whole.
From the collections that represent legendary comics stories to the eReaders that bring the medium into the digital era and from superhero toys and games to hot comics apparel, CBR gives the ultimate fanboy Black Friday hit list.
Today we conclude our chat with up and coming Marvel writer James Asmus, looking at his background in theater and comedy and discuss about his upcoming stint on "Captain America & Bucky."
This week's CBLR is a tribute to the legendary Will Eisner! Learn the bizarre story of the fabricated feud between Eisner & Al Capp! Discover the mystery John Law and why he's such an important part of Spirit history! And more!
From the original, slightly embarrassing letter a young Mark Millar sent to Dave Gibbons after "Watchmen" to Gibbons' new sketchbook work, the creators give CBR the exclusive early details of their new series "The Secret Service."
Sarah Glidden's Occupy Miami diary! More on Bill Mantlo. Jim Zubkavich on the Stop Online Piracy Act! Jennifer Hayden wins a Literary Death Match! The Grant Morrison Bingo Card! Plus more!
Writer and co-creator Angelo Tirotto spoke with CBR News about the influence of "The Wizard of Oz" on his and artist Richard Jordan's upcoming murder mystery horror comic from Image, "No Place Like Home."
The writer/artist behind "Meta 4" and "Metropol" spoke with CBR News about his upcoming Image Comics title, his creative process and how jerks influenced the project, plus exclusive art.
Marjorie Liu dropped by the CBR TV Tiki Lounge to discuss her career in comics and novels, her positive experiences with X-fandom, her ongoing novel series and more.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you advance looks at new titles on sale next Wednesday including "Uncanny X-Men" #2, "Thunderbolts" #166, "Avengers Origins: Thor" and more.
Legendary artists from Mike Mignola to Bill Sienkiewicz to Walt Simonson and beyond have created classic monster art to benefit Aidan Reed's battle with leukemia, and you can help the cause.
In honor of the holiday weekend, Marvel Editor-in-Chief Axel Alonso gives thanks to the fans by dipping deep into the mailbag of their questions on Marvel's diversity, Stuart Immonen's next gig, Blade's future and more.
We're three months into Steve Sunu's New 52 culling, and in a 2-week stretch that included the latest from "I, Vampire," "Aquaman" and "Batman," he's cut his DC Comics purchases in December to eight titles.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR presents exclusive previews of Jonathan Hickman's "Ultimate Comics Ultimates" #4 and Jason Aaron's "Wolverine" #19, both on sale Wednesday, November 30.
CBR TV spoke with writer Kyle Higgins about his work on DC Comics' "Deathstroke" and "Nightwing," the non-controversy surrounding Dick Grayson's name and more.
In part one of our two-part interview with up-and-coming Marvel writer James Asmus, CBR discusses the writer's first ongoing series, "Generation Hope," which he takes over with #13.
While Marvel’s revivals of "Kiss Kiss Bang Bang" and "Route 666" won’t debut in December and February as originally announced, the publisher assures ROBOT 6 that the titles are merely delayed, not canceled.
In January the "BPRD's" pulp hero fights gangsters and unrestful spirits in "Lobster Johnson: The Burning Hand" from Dark Horse. CBR spoke with writer John Arcudi about the miniseries.
"Fantastic Four" #600 kicked off writer Jonathan Hickman's biggest story yet. CBR spoke with Hickman about the issue and his plans for "FF" and "Fantastic Four" now that there are two titles.
With the release of his latest "Kick-Ass" issue today, Mark Millar is taking a stance against day and date digital comics, and he tells CBR why print first is better for comics and retailers and how the series brings back Hit-Girl.
With Marvel's heavily hyped "Fantastic Four" #600 hitting stores today, the publisher has spilled the beans on some of what fans can expect from longtime FF architect Jonathan Hickman's landmark issue.
It's New Comics Day in the States, and CBR has nearly 70 previews of new titles on sale today from Marvel Comics, DC Comics, Dark Horse, Image, IDW, BOOM!, Dynamite and more.
After a wave of cancellations and changes, CBR News looks at Marvel Comics' monthly lineup as it enters 2012, examining why the cancelled titles were cut to what strategies will shape the future of the Marvel U.
Augie recommends "Reed Gunther," a comic book about a bear-riding cowboy. Also, how to completely misread a press event, why Augie waits for the trade and more digital thoughts.
The Line it is Drawn is saying goodbye to three of our artists, meaning we need fresh blood! If you're interested in joining the coolest weekly gallery of comic book art around, click and see how you can try out!
Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning, the writers of Marvel's "New Mutants," answer your questions about playing both sides of the fence and upcoming guest stars. All this, plus exclusive art.