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In a letter released after her death, Joanne Siegel, widow of Superman co-creator Jerry Siegel, appeals to Warner Bros to end the legal battle over ownership of and compensation for the Man of Steel. ROBOT 6 has details.
Borders to close Pennsylvania, not Tennessee, distribution center! Manga publishers worry about long-term effects of Tokyo law! Marvels vs. a changing industry! Convoluted origins!
Chad Nevett gives Grant Morrison and Chris Burnham's "Batman Incorporated" #4 a 4.5 star reviews, calling the Batwoman-centric story "one of the single best issues in Morrison’s tenure on the character "
Comic Book Resources is looking for a handful of brave souls to help cover panels and events this coming weekend during WonderCon in San Diego. Read the story for further details and how you can apply!
ROBOT 6's Chris Mautner looks back at the career and works of Frank Miller, offering guidance on why he's important to comics and showing new comics fans where to start reading.
Geoff Johns has confirmed news coming out of MegaCon that a new Aquaman series by him will launch later this year following the conclusion of "Brightest Day." ROBOT 6 has the details.
Each day this month, CSBG has been showing you the first comic book work by some of your favorite creators. Check out the recent additions, which include Stan Lee, John Buscema, J. Michael Straczynski, Bill Sienkiewicz!
The end of "Jack of Fables," new story arcs for "American Vampire," and Jill Thompson's "Endless Storybook" were all on the menu for the Vertigo panel, which butler-for-a-day Bill Willingham adding a touch of class.
We're now into the Sweet 16 of CSBG's 3rd Annual DC/Marvel Comic Character Tournament! Click here to vote to see who moves on to the Elite 8!
ROBOT 6's Tom Bondurant wraps up his three-part series looking back at DC Comics' ongoing series over the last three decades, a time when events became regular occurrences.
Dynamite Entertainment has provided CBR News with an exclusive first look at Paul Renaud and Nick Bradshaw's covers for "Danger Girl and the Army of Darkness" #3, set to ht stores in June.
Marvel Comics Chief Creative Officer Joe Quesada is back for a video Q&A based on your questions, covering the process behind animation, the sales of "Spider-Man" and tweaking the costumes of Marvel's big franchises.
Doug Zawisza gives "Hulk" #31 4 stars, calling Jeff Parker and Gabriel Hardman's series as a whole, "a consistently energetic and informed read with a very tangible connection to the rest of the Marvel Universe."
As part of their regular "Flashpoint Friday," DC Comics is revealing character designs for the alternate heroes of the series starting with Jim Lee's mysterious Element Woman. UPDATE: Who is Kubert's ferocious feline?
Writer Marc Guggenheim spoke with CBR News about the over-sized "Justice Society of America" #50, what readers should expect from his next "JSA" arc, the series' new regular artist, Tom Derenick and more.
Courtesy of BOOM! Studios, CBR presents an exclusive preview of Mark Waid's "Incorruptible" #16. The issue, featuring art by Marcio Takara, hits stores Wednesday, March 30.
This week, CBLR asks, when did Captain America first throw his mighty shield? Who was the first female member of the Justice Society? And what comic book legend's death led directly to Paul Levitz's first comics story?
IDW Publishing has released the Snake Eye story in full from "G.I. Joe: Cobra Civil War" #0 along with covers and solicitation info from the various titles participating in the event sotryline
Image Comics releases "The Tattered Man" in May, written by Jimmy Palmiotti and Justin Gray with art by Norberto Fernandez. Palmiotti spoke with CBR about the tale of horror, redemption and vengeance.
Brian Hibbs looks at the lessons to be learned from what happened to Comic Relief in the wake of Rory Root's passing, plus what the current Borders crisis illustrates about the benefits of buying locally.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale next Wednesday including "5 Ronin" #5, "Captain America" #616, "Incredible Hulks" #625, "Secret Avengers" #11 and many more.
Ron takes a look at projects pitched but never approved for various reasons, including a project to be illustrated by Dusty Abell and "Altered Egos," a Superman/Batman Elseworlds co-pitched with Cully Hamner.
Greg McElhatton gives "Green Lantern" #64 3.5 stars, calling the opening salvo of "War of the Green Lanterns," "a strong enough chapter on its own that I'll stick around to see what [Geoff] Johns and company have in store."
An early look at Stuart Immonen's pages for the upcoming Marvel event show the assembled Avengers dealing with the fall of Asgard while Matt Fraction describes "Fear Itself" as "bone-chilling 'Boo!' fear" for USA Today.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Avengers" #11 by Brian Michael Bendis and John Romita Jr. The issue, sporting covers by Romita Jr. and Alan Davis, hits stores on MArch 30.
When you spend less than ten bucks, things can't be that bad with troubled storybook characters and a surprise appearance from a fragrant Frenchman, all while vampires and zombies chase cliches almost everywhere.
Doug Zawisza gives "FF" #1 4 stars, praising Jonathan Hickman and Steve Epting's new series debut by saying, "In short, this is a near perfect first issue for readers to jump into this fantastic new world"
Dark Horse has released a preview of "Dollhouse: Epitaphs," written by Jed Whedon and Maurissa Tancharoen with art by Cliff Richards and cover by Phil Noto and Steve Morris. The one-shot hits on March 30.
Last night, Marvel Studios and Paramount Pictures debuted the long awaited trailer for "Captain America: The First Avengers," and CBR wants to know what you thought of it!
CBR News spoke with Vassilis Gogtzilas and Kostas Zachopoulos to discuss the challenges with publishing their comic digitally prior to printing as they debuts their Lovecraftian tale, "Misery City."
DC Comics has released previews for Phil Hester and Don Kramer's "Wonder Woman" #606 and Paul Cornell and Pete Woods' "Action Comics" #899, both hitting stores next Wednesday, March 30.
Marvel has released an advance look at "Sigil" #2 by writer Mike Carey and artist Leonard Kirk with a Jelena Kevic-Djurdjevic. The rebirth of the CrossGen universe continues Wednesday, April 20.
Mike Allred, Kurt Busiek, Michael Kaluta and John Cassaday discuss their contributions to IDW's May-debuting "Rocketeer Adventures" anthology set in Dave Stevens' classic retro series. Plus, exclusive art!
Magdy El Shafee's "Metro" to see wide release! Another twist in Superman legal battle! Barnes & Noble likely to end search for buyer! Archaia secures financing, adds personnel! Plus more!
Image Comics has released advance previews for eight new titles debuting in June 2011, including the Skybound imprint's "Witch Doctor," Frank Cho's "50 Girls 50," Ron Marz and Lee Moder's "Shinku" and more.
Writer Christos Gage joins regular "Amazing Spider-Man" writer Dan Slott in May for a two-part story that finds Spidey substitute teaching at "Avengers Academy." CBR spoke with Gage about the story.
As part of the chain's expanding Starbucks Digital Network, Starbucks customers will have free access to the full library of Marvel Digital Comics Unlimited. ROBOT 6 has the details.
Jason dives into the mailbag this week to answer a question regarding storytelling decisions and how a writer can best craft a tale to the strengths of the artist or artists thay're working with on the project.
Ranging from pulp to philosophy, snake-punching to the meaning of life, the Oni Press panel at C2E2 provided both good fun and food for thought, featuring Oni creators Cullen Bunn, Ray Fawkes, and Brian Hurtt.
James Robinson discusses Doomsday making a mess of Blue Lantern Saint Walker's debut in "Justice League of America," the ongoing Eclipso story and why he loves writing his version of the World's Greatest Heroes.