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Marvel Comics has released an unlettered preview of "New Mutants" #22, the second chapter of the "Age of X" crossover with "X-Men Legacy," written by Mike Carey with art by Steve Kurth. The issue hits stores in February.
DC Comics has released a five-page preview of "Green Lantern Corps" #56, continuing the "Weaponer" story arc by Tony Bedard and Tyler Kirkham. The issue is in stores today.
New DC exclusive artist Phil Jimenez spoke with CBR News about his upcoming work on "Adventure Comics" and the start of the "Legion Academy" arc that introduces the future to the possible Legionnaires of tomorrow.
ROBOT 6 has an unconfirmed report that DC Comics will delay the debut of the eagerly-anticipated "Batwoman" until April. The series, by J.H. Williams III, W. Haden Blackman, and Amy Reeder, was set to launch in February.
Carla Speed McNeil's long-running “Finder” moves to Dark Horse in February with "Voice," followed by collections and a strip in "DHP." CBR caught up with the cartoonist to talk about the future.
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, Dark Horse, Image Comics, Top Cow, BOOM! Studios, Dynamite, Archaia and more!
In this week's X-POSITION, “Wolverine” writer Jason Aaron answers your questions about hell, Logan’s evolving spirituality, and shares some "Astonishing" teases. Plus exclusive art by Daniel Acuña.
Courtesy of Dark Horse, CBR presents an exclusive first-look preview of Sir Edward Grey in "Witchfinder: Lost and Gone Forever" #1 by Mike Mignola, John Arcudi and John Severin.
Archie’s move to day and date digital comics makes a lot of sense for a Direct Market that does little for them, leading to “De Blieck’s Digital Divide,” Skottie Young's eBook and a rally for digital "Savage Dragon."
John Constantine ties the knot in this week's "Hellblazer" #275 by Peter Milligan and Giuseppe Camuncoli, with uninvited guests from heaven and hell dropping by. CBR has an exclusive 5-page preview, courtesy of DC/Vertigo.
CBR News spoke with legendary fantasy writer Peter S. Beagle about IDW Publishing's "The Last Unicorn" comic series, the impending Blu-ray release of the classic film adaptation and being too busy to die.
Courtesy of 12 Gauge Productions, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "RPM" #2 by superstar wrestler Mick Foley, Shane Riches, and Jose Holder. The issue hits stores tomorrow, January 19.
Marvel has released an early look at next month's "Hulk" #30, written by Jeff Parker and featuring the return of original Red Hulk artist Ed McGuinness! The issue smashes into stores February 16.
DC Comics has released a preview for "Brightest Day" #15, written by Geoff Johns and Peter Tomasi with art by Ivan Reis, Pat Gleason, Ardian Syaf and more. DC's event series continues tomorrow, January 19.
Marvel Comics has provided CBR with covers and solicit information for product shipping April, 2011, including the latest from "Fantastic Four," "Fear Itself," CrossGen, "Thor," "Captain America" and more.
Beginning in April, “Uncanny X-Men" co-writer Kieron Gillen is going solo. We spoke with him about his plans for the series, including a special issue with artist Carlos Pacheco and an arc devoted to Kitty Pryde and Colossus.
Last week, CBR's review team looked at over 20 new releases, weighing in on "Spawn" #200, "Infinite Vacation" #1, "Green Lantern: Emerald Warriors" #6, "Captain America: Man Out of Time" #3, "Superman" #707, and more.
Ultimate Spider-Man is in for the fight of his life - a fight that'll have consequences for the entire Ultimate line. We spoke Brian Michael Bendis about the “Death of Spider-Man" and got an exculsive look at art! UPDATED
Aspen Comics launches its next original series in February with "Charismagic" by writer Vince Hernandez and artist Khary Randolph. Hernandez spoke with CBR about the modern-day magic story.
James Hunt gives "Daredevil Reborn" #1 a four and a half star review, praising Davide Gianfelice's art, saying, "the visuals perfectly evoke Murdock’s inner conflict in a way that the character’s stoicism alone wouldn’t."
Tim concludes his look at Robert Kirkman's X-Men by considering the subtle genius of a Wolverine from the future and exploring how Kirkman breaks the Professor X vs. Magneto pattern with the help of Yanick Paquette.
Terror grips the Marvel universe in April in “Fear Itself,” and hope might rest with a secret team of mythological operatives fielded by Loki. We spoke with Kieron Gillen about his new ongoing series "Journey Into Mystery."
In advance of the thundergod's big screen debut, Marvel Comics is relaunching Thor in an all-new ongoing "Mighty Thor" series by Matt Fraction and Olivier Coipel in April while Kieron Gillen starts "Journey Into Mystery."
Writer Mike Carey and artist Leonard Kirk head to the front lines of a war stretching across time and space as they bring Crossgen's “Sigil” to Marvel. CBR News spoke with Carey about the new series.
Tim Callahan gives "Superman" #707 three and a half stars, praising new writer Chris Roberson for "saving this sinking ship, turning it toward clear waters" in that it "subverts what Straczynski has been doing" with the Man of Steel.
Chad Nevett reviewed the final issue of "Thor: Mighty Avenger," giving it four stars and saying "it ends on an emotional high note with Thor demonstrating his growth over the course of the series."
Dynamite Entertainment has provided CBR with advance looks at new comics on sale this Wednesday, January 19, including "The Boys# #50, "Queen Sonja" #13, "H2O" and more.
In "Age of X Universe," writer Simon Spurrier takes readers to a world where mutants are enemies of the state and the Mighty Avengers must hunt them down. We spoke with Spurrier about the series, which begins in March.
Borders gives publishers until Feb. 1 to accept payment plan! Why do many Franco-Belgian comics struggle in English-speaking markets? Help design Oracle's wheelchair! Plus much more!
ROBOT 6's Shelf Porn digs itself out of the grave with a contribution that includes a Tintin puppet and a table made from Captain America' s shield. Like this feature? Then send yours in today!
Every day this month, CSBG is posting a new cover theme game. Can you figure out what Spider-Man, Black Panther and Iron Fist have in common? Test your wits and comic book knowledge every day this January!
BOOM! Studios has provided CBR with advance looks at new titles on sale January 19, including "Stan Lee's Soldier Zero" #4, "28 Days Later" #19, "Farscape" #15, "Darkwing Duck" #8, "DADOES: Dust to Dust" #8, and more!
CSBG is trying to put together the ultimate guide to comic artist illustrated album covers, and we need your help! Check out the artists listed so far and let us know who we're missing!
Courtesy of BOOM! Studios, CBR presents an exclusive, extended preview of "Stan Lee's Soldier Zero" #4, by Paul Cornell and Javier Pina. The issue, with covers by Trevor Harisine and Kalman Andrasofszky, hits stores January 19.
The SVP and E-i-C of Marvel Comics team up to break out some good, old fashioned fan Q&A as Tom Brevoort and Axel Alonso discuss the heroes and villains of "Fear Itself," plans for a classic franchise and the next step for 2011.
For THE BUY PILE, the plan's the thing, and the thing is complicated this week as Wade Wilson, Lex Luthor and Misty Knight work the angles to get the job done while Damian, T'challa and Clark all fall short.
Todd McFarlane and Golden Apple Comics celebrated the release of "Spawn" #200 this week, along with Stan Lee, Jim Lee, Rob Liefeld, Marc Silvestri and many others. CBR was in attendance and we have the photos!
CBR News spoke with artist Jeremy Haun about his newly-minted exclusive contract with Top Cow, what factored into his decision to sign with the publisher, which big series he'll be illustrating and more.
Marvel Comics has unveiled two new covers from the upcoming "Death of Spider-Man" set to hit the Ultimate Marvel Universe in early 2011, one by Spidey artist Mark Bagley and the other by Leinil Francis Yu.
In honor of his new movie, all of this week's legends involving the Green Hornet! How did he become the GREEN Hornet? Was he always related to the Lone Ranger? And did J. Edgar Hoover force the show to change its opening?