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Marvel Comics has released an advance look at "Captain America" #611 by Ed Brubaker and Daniel Acuna with covers by Marko Djurdjevic and Gerald Parel. The trial of Bucky Barnes begins on October 27.
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.
In part four of CBR's commentary on the controversial Spider-Man saga "One Moment In Time," Marvel E-i-C Joe Quesada fast forwards to modern day to explain how Peter Parker's choices affected he and Mary Jane beyond "Civil War" and more.
After months of speculation as to whether the convention would stay in San Diego or move to Los Angeles or Anaheim, Comic-Con International has announced San Diego is home through 2015.
In "Avengers" and "New Avengers," both teams have been working over time to save Earth and all of reality from dangerous threats. We spoke with writer Brian Michael Bendis about both titles.
CBR's monthly column with "Chew" writer John Layman gets extra cryptic as we discuss "Chew" #14, the penultimate chapter in the "Just Desserts" arc that concludes in November with an extra-sized issue!
Acclaimed artist Adam Hughes spoke with CBR News about his recently published collection of DC Comics' covers, "Cover Run," his favorite character to draw, offered some insight into his artistic process and more.
Fraction, Bá and Moon's "Casanova" remixed and a prose story about a member of G.I. Joe weigh things nicely in the positive side of the scale this week, leaving Hannibal and THE BUY PILE in a winning mood and mode.
Image Comics co-founder Whilce Portacio jumps head first into Top Cow's "Artifacts," teaming with Ron Marz to draw the second arc of the critically acclaimed crossover event. We spoke with Portacio about his latest gig.
Marvel has released an advance look at "Ultimate Comics Spider-Man" #15 by Brian Michael Bendis and artist Sara Pichelli with a cover by David Lafuente. The issue hits stores on October 27.
The legendary Al Jaffee and the author of the new book, "Al Jaffee's Mad Life," Mary-Lou Weisman, spoke with CBR News about revisiting the artist's past, his views on life, awards and art and much more.
January's "Avengers Academy," "Spider-Girl" and "Young Allies" annuals crossover, putting the teen heroes in the sights of the assassin, Arcade. We spoke with Paul Tobin, Kyle Higgins and Alec Siegel about the project.
Chad Nevett gave BOOM! Studios' "The Incredibles" #14 4.5 stars saying of Landry Walker, Ramanda Kamarga and Marcio Takara's all-ages superhero comic "Every issue is a joy to read."
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Ultimate Comics Thor" #1 by Jonathan Hickman and Carlos Pacheco with variants by Mike Choi and J. Scott Campbell. Lightning strikes Wednesday, October 6!
Marvel Comics has released an advance look at "Fantastic Four" #584, the next issue from the critically acclaimed team of Jonathan Hickman and Steve Epting, scheduled to hit stores on Wednesday, October 27.
In part three of CBR's week-long look at the controversial "One Moment In Time," Marvel Editor-in-Chief Joe Quesada explores the untold side of Mary Jane "Former Mrs. Spider-Man" Watson's story from baby queries to personal trauma.
The writing team of Craig Kyle and Chris Yost answer your emails about super hero morality, sex and violence and still manage to drop a tidbit about the "Thor" movie. Check out all the fun and exclusive art!
Top Cow's Marc Silvestri and Ron Marz spoke with CBR TV about the company's current event storyline "Artifacts," the culmination of years' worth of storylines in, the thirteenth artifact, Pilot Season, Twitter and more.
Tom Taylor spoke about writing the adventures of Star Wars' intergalactic man of mystery, Boba Fett and he brought along Daniel Logan, the actor who played young Boba in "Star Wars: Attack of the Clones."
Marvel Comics has released an advance look at "Deadpool" #28 by the creative team of Daniel way and Cralo Barberi with covers by Dave Johnson and Mike Mayhew. It's Wade Wilson vs Steve Rogers on October 20.
Courtesy of Titan Books, CBR presents two classic tales from the pens of Joe Simon and Jack Kirby: commie-smashing adventures of Lancelot Strong and a long lost tale of Stuntman from the new collection hitting stores today.
MArvel Comics has released an advance look at "X-23" #2 by Marjorie Kia and Will conrad. Featuring covers by Danni Shinya Luo and Mike MAyhew, the battle for Wolverine's soul continues on Wednesday, October 20.
Scheduled to return this coming Friday, Fox has announced that the high octane espionage series "The Human Target" won’t return until November, along with a move to Wednesdays. SPINOFF has details.
Volume 6 of Adam Warren's "Empowered," a comedic take on the superhero genre and "damsel in distress" situations, is in stores now from Dark Horse. We spoke with the writer and (reluctant) artist about the series.
Image Comics' new teaser for "The Walking Dead" hypes the upcoming "No Way Out" storyline with a shot of Rick Grimes running from a horde of zombies accompanied by the question, "Could this be….THE END?"
ROBOT 6 spoke with Free Comic Book Day founder Joe Field about the annual event, his job as president of the retailer-oriented ComicsPro, Diamond's recent shipping schedule announcements and more.
Paul Cornell spoke with us about his upcoming "Action Comics" annual starring Lex Luthor, how the supervillain's story ties into Nick Spencer's Jimmy Olsen co-feature and when he'll finally write the Man of Steel.
Marvel Comics has released an advance look at "Incredible Hulks" #615 by writer Greg Pak and artist Barry Kitson with a cover by Carlo Pagulayan. The Hulk faces his Dark Son, Hiro-Kala, on October 27.
Gabriel Bá and Fábio Moon spoke with CBR about Dark Horse’s new edition of “De:Tales,” their early graphic novel of short stories in Brazil, and revealed a new self-published projected debuting at NYCC.
It's New Comics Day in the States, and CBR has more than 70 previews of new titles on sale today from Marvel Comics, DC Comics, IDW, Image Comics, Top Cow, BOOM! Studios, Radical Comics, Dynamite and more!
Vertigo editors Joan Hilty, Pornsak Pichetshote and Jonathan Vankin have reportedly been laid off from the imprint amidst DC Entertainment's continuing restructuring process. ROBOT 6 has the details.
After a screening of "The Social Network" last week in Manhattan, the film's key players gathered for a Q&A session about how the script came together, portraying real people as an actor and more.
In part two of our week-long look at the controversial "One Moment In Time" storyline, Marvel Editor-in-Chief Joe Quesada offers his commentary on the story's first chapter which incorporated pages of Spider-Man's classic Wedding Annual.
Marvel has released an advance look at "Black Widow" #7 by writer Duane Swierczynski and artist Manuel Garcia with covers by Travel Foreman and Stephanie Perger. The espionage comic hits on Ocotber 27.
Augie looks ahead at this week's release of Vertigo's "American Vampire" hardcover, but also peeks back at nearly 20 years of WildStorm comics, highlighting a few of the imprint's forgotten or overlooked titles.
Warner Bros. has filed another round of motions in its increasingly nasty legal battle with the families of Superman’s creators, and their attorney Marc Toberoff and ROBOT 6 has all the details.
Robert Kirkman spoke with CBR News about the newly launched simultaneous digital and print release dates for "The Walking Dead," saying that all of his books would undergo a similar shift "very soon."
ROBOT 6's Tim O'Shea spoke with writer Jeff Parker about his and artist Gabriel Hardman's run on "Atlas," their just-begun run on "Hulk," the inclusion of US Agent in "Thunderbolts," the shuttering of Wildstorm and more.
Artist J.H. Williams spoke with ROBOT 6 about his upcoming gig writing and illustrating "Batwoman," working with co-artist Amy Reeder on the series, his plans for the future and more.
SPINOFF ONLINE reviewed David Fincher and Aaron Sorkin's new film "The Social Network," calling the movie "the director’s best work, but like Facebook itself, is nothing if not a group effort."