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Colorist Jonny Rench passes away. "Krazy Kat" sketchbook turns out not to be George Herriman’s! The decline of Philippine comics! Former CMX director lands at Tokyopop! Navy releases GN for corpsmen! Plus more!
Ryan K. Lindsay reviewed "Strange Tales II" #1 and gave Marvel's indie-centric anthology 4-stars saying, "Funny, insightful, brutal, or just cool, this comic gives you bits of everything. "
Marvel Comics has released a trailer for "Big Time," the new storyline by Dan Slott and Humberto Ramos debuting in "Amazing Spider-Man" #648. Spidey hits the "Big Time" Wednesday, November 10!
Robert Rodi and Mike Choi kick off their "Astonishing Thor" mini in November, pitting the title character against the ominously sized adversary, Ego the Living Planet. CBR News spoke with Rodi about the project.
We spoke with "Liberty Annual" editor and CBLDF President Larry Marder as well as Dave Gibbons & Darick Robertson about the importance of freedom of speech and the continued work of the CBLDF.
CSBG's latest feature puts the spotlight on the funny and sometimes bizarre advertisements that appear in comic books. Learn of the awesome power of DEXTROSE! (Yes, kids, candy bars are good for you!!)
As the Fantagraphics anthology "Mome" celebrates five years of publishing new work by young cartoonists, ROBOT 6 talks to editor Eric Reynolds about what has changed, what's remained constant and what lies in store.
ROBOT 6's Chris Mautner takes a look back at "The Shadow," published by DC Comics in the 1980s, and declares it is time for the publisher to bring it back into print.
It's time for CSBG's monthly feature where we turn the blog over to you, the readers, to send us artwork based on topics from past The Line It Is Drawn installments. Come check out the pieces of art we got this month!
In a special CBR TV episode of Q&A from high above New York Comic Con, Marvel Editors Tom Brevoort & Axel Alonso spoke on the price of comics, ESPN's Marvel crossover, incoming events and more.
JMS hosted a lively and raucous one-man panel Sunday at NYCC, where he discussed the "Thor" movie, his comics and film careers, "Babylon 5" and more, as well as offering advice to aspiring creators.
Writer and Boom! Studios Chief Creative Officer Mark Waid looks back on Boom’s two premier superhero comics and teases what’s in store for the titles in the months and years to come.
"Star Trek: Khan: Ruling in Hell" is on sale now from IDW. CBR spoke with co-writer Scott Tipton about the series, which explores the infamous villain's early days on pre- and post-apocalyptic Ceti Alpha V.
Despite a huge audience, Darwyn Cooke's New York Comic Con spotlight panel had an intimate feel to it as the artist of "Parker: The Outfit" spoke about his work, career and the relationships behind them.
SPINOFF visited the set of "Fringe" in Vancouver last August to film a scene as a Massive Dynamic employee. The result? Makeovers, heartbreak and joy. Read on for Josh Wigler's full report of the extra experience!
Learn about an unpublished X-Men related mini-series from the late 1980s! Also, did DC try to have Steve "The Dude" Rude re-draw Jack "The King" Kirby? Finally, who or what is Diego Valor? Read on to find out!
DC Co-Publishers Dan Didio and Jim Lee opened the floor to fans on the business side of the publisher's policies at NYCC, discussing the challenge of digital, the future of print, the popularity of Vertigo and more.
Image Comics has sent out a teaser for "Morning Glories" #3 titled "the first message," with that an image of the words "The hour of our release falls near" scrawled on a brick wall in what appears to be a dungeon.
CBR News spoke with writer Nick Spencer ("Morning Glories") and illustrator Christian Ward ("Olympus") about "The Infinite Vacation," an all-new miniseries debuting in January from Image Comics.
Marvel has released an advance look at "Black Panther: The Man Without Fear" #513 where the new protector of Hell's Kitchen takes his first case in the "Urban Jungle," by David Liss & Francesco Francavilla.
The artist of "The Ultimates" and "Captain America: Reborn" pens a new book to show aspiring comic artists the ropes of the business and talks to CBR News about his own professional past, his artist development and his next Marvel book.
Brian Hibbs weighs in on the recent price rollbacks announced by Marvel and DC Comics while also delving deep into the issue of shipping schedules, accurate solicitation information and more.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale next Wednesday including "Carnage" #1, "Chaos War" #2, "Daredevil" #511, "Hulk" #26, "Loki" #1, "New Mutants" #18 and more.
Writer/artist Sal Abbinanti stopped by CBR TV's yacht to discuss the concepts and story behind his self-published comic "Atomika," the Hollywood path that may or may not lie ahead for the series and more.
Zeb Wells, the writer of Marvel's "New Mutants," drops by CBR's X-POSITION secret headquarters to answer fan questions and leaves a bombshell in his wake with a shocking announcement! All this plus: exclusive art!
Victor Gischler and Rob Liefeld kick off a new "Deadpool Corps" arc that finds their cast involved in the sticky business of trying to stop a planetary revolution. CBR News spoke with Gischler about the book.
CBR reviewer Chad Nevett gave DC Comics' "Return of Bruce Wayne" #5 a 4.5-star review calling Grant Morrison, Ryan Sook and Pere Pérez's issue "definitely worth the wait."
Marvel held its "Next Big Thing: Spider-Girl" press conference call with Paul Tobin, in which the writer spoke about villains and friends for the teenage hero, as well as her relationship with Spider-Man.
Phil Jimenez returns to DC next week, illustrating a co-feature in "Legion of Super-Heroes" #6, written by industry legend Paul Levitz and re-introducing the Legion Academy to current continuity.
Two names held sway over this week's comics - "Matt" and "Fraction" - as new ideas from Top Cow shine, Bruce Wayne's pop quizzes fizzle and there's green in between, all in a winning week of pop periodicals.
The NYCC panel on Will Eisner's use of New York quickly turned into a retrospective of the life and work of the legendary creator of "The Spirit as he was remembered by friends and colleagues.
Oni Press announced more “Hopeless Savages,” a new spy book from Antony Johnston, and what they described as their most ambitious book yet in Sunday's jam-packed panel at New York Comic Con.
Courtesy of Dark Horse, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" #38, written by creator Joss Whedon with Scott Allie and art by Georges Jeanty & Andy Owens. The issue, with a Jo Chen cover, hits November 3.
Marvel Comics has released an advance look at "X-Men" #5 by writer Victor Gischler and artist Paco Medina. The next chapter of the vampiric epic hits stores on Wednesday, November 17 with a cover by Adi Granov.
Idaho man pleads guilty to possessing cartoon child porn! More coverage from New York Comic Con! Interviews with Lynda Barry, Terry Moore and Alex Robinson! Plus, a rocketing price in Cincinnati for "Superman" #703?
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR present's an exclusive preview of "Kick-Ass 2" #1 by co-creators Mark Millar and John Romita Jr. The issue, with a variant by Tommy Lee Edwards, slams into Wednesday, October 20.
Jason Aaron took New York Comic Con by storm, meeting his "Scalped" co-creator R.M. Guera for the first time, signing for fans, doing interviews and making announcements and through it all, he kept a Con Journal.
Saturday at New York Comic Con featured a spotlight panel for local creator Dean Haspiel, who along with friends talked about his life, comics work, Harvey Pekar, drunken brawls and naked neighbors.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR presents an exclusive first look at artist Marcos Martin's variant cover for "Amazing Spider-Man" #648, the first chapter of Dan Slott and Humberto Ramos' "Big Time" storyline.
Top Cow hosted a lively NYCC panel which included "Heroes" star Milo Ventimiglia, Ron Marz and Phil Hester discussing the best-selling event "Artifacts," what Peter Petrelli really would have done to Sylar and more.