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Marvel has released a first look at Leinil Francis Yu's covers for the upcoming crossover between Mark Millar's "Nemesis," "Superior" and Kick Ass. The Millar-verse explodes in December and January!
Join CSBG's Kelly Thompson as she begins a brand-new comic book podcast, 3 Chicks Review Comics, debating the pros and cons of the Batman Inc concept, Buffy sans Whedon, Ming Doyle's "Lady Gotham" and more!
"The Traveler," the second series in Stan Lee's new superhero universe, debuts this week from BOOM! Studios. CBR spoke with writer Mark Waid about those who travel through time and those who simply play with it.
It's New Comics Day in the States, and CBR has more than 80 previews of new titles on sale today from Marvel Comics, DC Comics, Image Comics, Dark Horse, Top Cow, IDW, BOOM! Studios, Dynamite and more!
J.H. Williams III, W. Haden Blackman and Amy Reeder brought some exclusive art as they spoke with CBR News about the forthcoming "Batwoman" series, their passion for the character and more.
In part two of our "Ultimate Spider-Man" feature, Brian Michael Bendis rejoins us for a look at the close of the volume one and the launch of volume two, the milestone issue #150 and his future plans for the book.
Augie is pleasantly surprised by the new direction of the Batman family of titles, runs down the reason for a "mighty" Thor cancellation, ponders ticket purchasing, and calls foul on Image's current teaser campaign.'
Image Comics has provided CBR with exclusive previews for "Elephantmen, Vol. 1: Wounded Animals" and "Firebreather, Vol. 3" #1, both hitting stores Wednesday, November 24.
Series creator and writer Garth Ennis spoke with CBR News and took a look back at over four years of "The Boys" as the series heads toward it's fiftieth issue, teasing things to come and naming his favorite moments.
With the fifth volume of his "Diary of A Wimpy Kid" series high on the sales charts, Jeff Kinney muses on keeping his comics smart and juggling Hollywood's needs while his characters face "The Ugly Truth" of puberty.
Nick Spencer joins CBR News once again to discuss what went down in "Morning Glories" #4, including a shocking betrayal from one of the Glories and the first major typo in the series to date!
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents an exclusive look at "Gotham City Sirens" #17, written by Peter Calloway with art by Lee Garbett and a Guillem March cover. The issue hits tomorrow, November 24.
This January, one member of the "Fantastic Four" will meet their untimely end in the conclusion "Three." We spoke with writer Jonathan Hickman about what it could mean for the future of Marvel's First Family.
"Y" loses its director. Is "The Dark Knight Rises" based on "Prey?" Will the Lizard appear in "Spider-Man?" Also, Jon Favreau's play by play of the "Cowboys & Aliens" trailer and more.
Marvel Comics has released an advance look at "Uncanny X-Men" #531 featuring the debut of Kieron Gillen as the title's co-writer alongside Matt Fraction, plus art and cover by Greg Land. The issue hits December 22.
DC Comics has released a preview of "Detective Comics" #871 featuring the debut of the new team of Scott Snyder and Jock with a cover by Jock and back-up feature art by Francesco Francavilla. The issue hits November, 24.
Top Cow has released the first issue of their critically acclaimed series "Velocity" in it's entirety. The issue, by the "Artifacts" creative team of writer Ron Marz and artist Kenneth Rocafort, is available all week.
Last week, CBR reviewers weighed in on nearly two dozen new comics, including high praise for "The Boys: Highland Laddie" #4, "Osborn" #1, "Thunderbolts" #150, "Kill Shakespeare" #7 and more.
As Grant Morrison kicks off a new phase in the Batman franchise, Tim looks back at the writer's years on the character, reflects on what worked and what didn't, and debates the run with guest comics expert Matt Seneca!
Chad Nevett gave BOOM! Studios' "The Traveler" #1 3.5 stars calling the first issue, by Stan Lee, Mark Waid and Chad Hardin, "a breezy, entertaining read [providing] a lot of hints Waid and Lee have some big plans."
Warner Bros. has announced plans to remake "Buffy the Vampire Slayer," the 1992 movie that spawned the much-loved television series. However, the studio will do so without Joss Whedon. SPINOFF has details.
In honor of "Ultimate Spider-Man's" tenth anniversary, CBR kicks off a multipart look back at the series. Today, Brian Michael Bendis speaks on the book's origin, memorable story arcs and artist Mark Bagley.
Marvel Comics has announced their Jane Austen adaptation will be "Emma," with a script by "New York Times" bestselling writer Nancy Butler and "Daper Men" artist Janet K. Lee. Emma goes on sale in March.
Image has released artwork and solicitation information for new comics on sale in February, 2011, including new issues of "The Walking Dead," "Morning Glories," "Chew," "Hack/Slash," "Skull Kickers" and more.
DC Comics has released a preview of "Batman and Robin" #17, the first of a three-issue arc by Paul Cornell and Scott McDaniel. The issue, featuring covers by Guillem March and Gene Ha, hits stores November 24.
Thomas Wheeler, creator of NBC's new superhero series "The Cape" spoke with CBR TV about the show, the reaction the debut footage received at Comic-Con International, the inspiration and premise behind the show and more.
Courtesy of IDW, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Transformers: Sector 7" #3 by John Barber and Joe Suitor with a cover by Brian Rood. Robots in disguise meet Bonnie and Clyde Wednesday, November 24.
Computer issues are again at the heart of an indefinite delay in ticket sales for the 2011 edition of Comic-Con International in San Diego as David Glanzer explains to CBR News.
Dynamite Entertainment has provided CBR with advance looks at new comics on sale this Wednesday, November 24, including "Vampirella" #1, "Red Sonja" #53, Kevin SMith's final issue of "Green Hornet" and more.
Comic-Con registration reopens! Who created DC's Huntress? Just 13% of comics in November were created by women? Tokyo's revised "anti-loli" bill is broader in scope! Cartoonists in Afghanistan!
Courtesy of Dark Horse, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Conan: The Road of Kings" #1 by longtime Conan scribe Roy Thomas with art by Mike Hawthorne. The series launches December 15.
With Mark Millar and Terry Dodson's "Trouble" miniseries being solicited as a hardcover collection on Amazon, ROBOT 6 looks back at the controversial and somewhat experimental Marvel Comics title's history.
There's still time left for you to vote for your Top Ten favorite comic book writers and artists of all-time! The more submissions we get, the better, so be sure to share your favorite picks with us!
BOOM! Studios has provided CBR with advance looks at new titles on sale November 24, including "Stan Lee's The Traveler" #1, "Dracula: Company of Monsters" #4, "DADOES" #17, "28 Days Later" #17, and more!
Remember Amalgam Comics? This week's The Line It Is Drawn returns to the days of amalgamations with mash-up characters like Kara Squir-El, Hopey Marvel, Daredevilboy and more!
ROBOT 6's Brigid Alverson looks at the recent cancellation of "Thor: The Mighty Avenger" and asks the question: can titles marketed to an all-ages audience survive on direct market sales alone?
Tom Brevoort & Axel Alonso, Marvel Comics' editorial team-up, return to CBR for a special all-fan question T&A focusing on the origin of the Five Lights, the status of "She-Hulks" and which Deadpool books are leaving.
Artist Greg Capullo spoke with CBR TV about his longevity working on "Spawn," reuniting with Todd McFarlane on "Haunt," the difficulty in getting back to full time comic illustration after several years off and more.
CBR's Doug Zawisza gave "Spider-Girl" #1 a 4 star review, calling the Paul Tobin and Clayton Henry created issue "fun, charming and a great heroic read that can be shared with the all ages scene quite nicely."
BOOM! Studios CCO Mark Waid spoke with CBR about the first year of "Incorruptible," the sister series to hero-gone-bad title "Irredeemable," and spilled the beans on the title's second year.