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Dwayne McDuffie, the acclaimed writer behind Milestone superheroes including "Static Shock" has passed away suddenly, just a day after the premier of his latest project, DC's "All Star Superman" DVD. [UPDATED 1:25 PM PST]
James Hunt reviews "Uncanny X-Force" #5 by Rick Remender and Esad Ribic, giving it four and a half stars and saying "if you’re an X-Men fan and you’re not reading this title, you’re missing out on something special."
Marvel has released its first teaser image for MMXI—The Year of the X-Men, in which the New Mutants seemingly hunt down X-Man and Blink below a tag line stating, "We will get them, no matter what!"
CBR spent time with Mattel's Scott Neitlich during the 2011 New York Toy Fair and came away with news on CCI exclusives, the "Green Lantern" movie line, deluxe Ghostbusters figures, Legion of Super-Heroes and more.
ROBOT 6's Tim O'Shea discussed "Hopeless Savages Greatest Hits" with the artists involved with the stories in the collection, with Bryan Lee O'Malley, Christine Norrey and more talking about working on Jen Van Meter's creation.
This April, Greg Pak and Fred Van Lente launch, "Herc," the follow-up to "Incredible Hercules." We spoke with the team about the book which finds mythological and mortal worlds colliding on the mean streets of Brooklyn.
DC Comics has provided a five-page preview of "Action Comics" #898 by Paul Cornell and Pete Woods, which hits stores tomorrow. In "Black Ring" Part 9, Lex Luthor gets his rematch with Larfleeze!
Roger Langridge, the cartoonist behind BOOM! Studios' "The Muppet Show" and the writer of "Thor: The Mighty Avenger," returns with a new series titled "Snarked!" on the new KABOOM! kids imprint.
Marvel COmics has released an advance look at "Herc" #1 by Greg Pak, Fred Van Lente and Neil Edwards, with covers by Carlos Pagulayan and John Romita Jr. The Prince of Power comes to Brooklyn April 6, 2011!
Last week, CBR's review team looked at nearly a dozen newly released comics, weighing in with their thoughts on "Hawkeye: Blindspot" #1, "Brightest Day" #20, "Jennifer Blood" #1, "Doom Patrol" #19 and more.
After a recent rereading of Ray Bradbury's "Fahrenheit 451," Tim ponders what it all means in this fast-paced world of the 21st century, and why it conjures up thoughts on "Scalped" and "Deadpool MAX."
Chad Nevett gives "Wolverine" #6 a 4 star review, saying of Jason Aaron and Daniel Acuña's follow-up to the new reader friendly "point one" issue, "From the very first scene, this comic is engaging and entertaining."
Courtesy of Dark Horse, CBR is proud to present this exclusive first look at "B.P.R.D. Hell on Earth: Gods" #3 by Mike Mignola, John Arcudi and Guy Davis, in stores March 9th!
Courtesy of IDW Publishing, CBR has an exclusive first look at six pages from this week's "G.I. Joe" #27, the conclusion of the "M.A.S.S. Destruction" storyline by Chuck Dixon, Robert Atkins and Allan Goldman.
BOOM! Studios has announced that will publish Charles Schulz's "Peanuts" under its new KABOOM! kids imprint, which was announced earlier today.
In "Captain America and the Secret Avengers," Sharon Carter and the Black Widow, attempt to prevent a young and dangerous girl from making a life changing mistake. We spoke with Kelly Sue DeConnick about the one-shot.
Dynamite Entertainment has provided CBR with advance looks at new comics on sale this Wednesday, February 23, including "Kevin Smith's Kato" #8, "Queen Sonja" #14 and more.
Borders' bankruptcy to have ripple effect! The Escapist may open in Comic Relief's former location! Retailer to sell his $250,000 "Spider-Man" collection! Plus much more!
Doug Zawisza gave "Hulk" #30 4 stars, calling the story written by Jeff Parker and guest-penciled by Ed McGuinness "a worthy page-turner that has quite a bit to offer both casual and dedicated Hulk fans."
Writer Jonathan Ross and artist Tommy Lee Edwards discusses their Image Comics limited series "Turf," the upcoming fourth issue, and telling a tale consisting of gangster, vampires and aliens.
CSBG wants to know who you feel is the best pair of friends in superhero comics! Green Lantern and Green Arrow? Green Lantern and Flash? Superman and Batman? Let us know and vote in all our other open polls!
BOOM! Studios has provided CBR with advance looks at new titles on sale February 23, including "Stan Lee's The Traveler" #4, "Incorruptible" #15, "The Art of BOOM!" with an introduction by Stan Lee and more!
Colorist Rich Tommaso spoke with ROBOT 6 about his current gig re-coloring the complete Carl Barks comics for the upcoming Fantagraphics archive editions and the challenges that come with the unique job.
CSBG wants to see how you interpret a page from an actual comic book script! Enter our new comic book art contest and see if you're the tops! Our first page is from a Batman comic!
Marvel Comics SVP of Publishing Tom Brevoort welcomes writer Ed Brubaker for a titanic team-up interview revealing the creation of the Winter Soldier, the secret origin of "Fear Itself" and the future of Captain America.
Archaia Comics founder Mark Smylie shared his impressions of and lessons learned during his recent visit France and the 2011 Angoulême festival, the world's largest celebration of comic books and their creators.
Marvel has released a teaser for "Infested," a storyline beginning in "Amazing Spider-Man" #659 and running through #666 when "Spider-Island" begins. The journey begins April 27 courtesy of Dan Slott and Stefano Caselli.
CBR News spoke with pop culture icon Adam West about his upcoming comic book series "The Mis-Adventures of Adam West," translating his persona into various forms of media, his turn as Batman and more.
Learn the seemingly minor incident that dramatically changed Batman and Superman history forever! Plus, how was Grant Morrison's "JLA: Classified" storyline changed? And what connection does the Addams Family have with...lunacy?
McFarlane Toys CEO Todd McFarlane spoke with CBR about the just-announced line of "Walking Dead" action figures, the differences between the comics and TV show toys, exploding zombie body parts and more.
Perry Moore, author of "Hero" and advocate for gays in comics, found dead after apparent overdose. Borders given go ahead to liquidate 200 stores! Fire temporarily closes St. Marks Comics! More!
Marvel wraps the week with another "Fear Itself" teaser as Colossus, Hulk and the Thing all attempt to claim a fifth Mjolnir-like hammer while the question is asked once again, "Who are the worthy?"
Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning take over BOOM! Studios' "Stan Lee's Soldier Zero" with issue #5 and CBR News spoke with them about new adversaries, sibling dynamics, epic science fiction and working with Stan Lee.
Marvel Comics has released a variant cover for "The Mighty Thor" #1 by legendary Thor writer and artist Walt Simonson! The series, written by Matt Fraction with pencils by Olivier Coipel, hits on April 27.
Writer Victor Gischler spoke with CBR about Spider-Man and lizard people in the pages of "X-Men" and teased "Throne of Blood: Birth of a Vampire" and its major ramifications on "Fear Itself."
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale next Wednesday including "Avengers" #10, "Captain America" #615, "Thor" #620, "X-Men Legacy" #245 and many more.
In honor of Cap's 70th anniversary, Kieron Gillen and artist Renato Arlem deliver "Captain America and Batroc" in March. Gillen spoke with CBR about his love for the Leaper, parkour and more.
Alan J. Porter and Allen Gladfelter, the creators beind the BOOM! comics soon to be reprinted in Marvel's Pixar magazine, talk about hearing the news online and how they'd like to move forward if possible.
BOOM! Studios has provided CBR with advance looks at the Mark Waid scripted "Incorruptible" #15 with art by Marcio Takara and "Stan Lee's The Traveler" #4 with artist Chad Hardin. Both titles hit February 23.
Marvel Comics "Fear Itself" teaser image for today features Storm, Dracula and the Red Skull's daughter all vying for a fourth Mjolnir-like hammer while the question is asked once more, "Who are the worthy?"