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Scott Kolins' original five-issue run on "Magog" has been cut to two with the title's cancellation, but he told CBR exclusively that DC Comics will publish a double-sized JSA one-shot to finish his epic story.
SPINOFF's Graeme McMillan, Kevin Melrose and Josh Wigler take a look back on "Lost" to note their favorite characters, least favorite episodes and more. What are your thoughts as you look back on the series?
CSBG is nearly through their feature Greatest Stories Ever Told feature! Click through and check out what characters and creators have lists so far, including Supergirl, Marv Wolfman, Rogue, Keith Giffen and more!
Jonah Hex in the JLA? The Man of Steel Returns? The season finale of "Fringe" featured a trip to an alternate reality where even the comics were a bit twisted.
The team at SPINOFF ONLINE, CBR's new TV/film site, wants to know which of television's season finales is your favorite thus far. Stop by, take the poll and join the discussion today!
With the series finale of "Lost" taking place this weekend, SPINOFF ONLINE takes a look at their favorite "Lost" fan art by cartoonists like J. Scott Campbell, Chip Zdarsky, Faith Erin Hicks, Graham Annable and many others.
Police in Florida are searching for "ThunderCats" writer Stephen Perry, who disappeared from his home under suspicious, and possibly ghastly, circumstances. His roommates were arrested Friday night.
BOOM! Studios has provided CBR with advance looks at new titles on sale May 26, including "Incorruptible" #6, Samuel L. Jackson's "Cold Space" #2, "Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep: Dust to Dust" #1, and more!
"Carnival of Souls" creator Jazan Wild is suing NBC and "Heroes" creator Tim Kring, alleging scenes from his comic were used in the show. SEE ROBOT 6 for more details.
This week, CSBG's Greg Burgas took a look at the concept of fans who identify themselves with one particular comic book publisher over all others and asked you, "Are you a Marvel or are you a DC?"
With a brand-new tale starring Denny Colt and drawn by Kyle Baker to his credit, the legendary Harlan Ellison remembers his connection to The Spirit, his friendship with Will Eisner and the Spirit movie that never was.
Courtesy of BOOM! Studios, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "7 Psychopaths" #1, the new series by writer Fabien Vehlmann and Eisner-nominated artist Sean Phillips. The series hits stores next Wednesday, May 26.
Kieron Gillen has big plans for the final issues of his run on Marvel's "Thor," pitting the Thunder God against his genocidal clone, Ragnarok, and weaving a story that literally puts his protagonist through Hell.
SPINOFF ONLINE spoke with Angel Coulby who stars as Guinevere on SyFy's "Merlin," discussing the series' increasing popularity, her "Star Wars" fan tendencies, the show's twist on the classic Arthurian love triangle and more.
"Dapper Caps and Pedal-Copters," Dark Horse's latest "Wondermark" collection, is in stores now. Cartoonist David Malki ! spoke with CBR about repurposing 19th-century magazine illustrations into rude jokes.
BioWare's Robert Chestney teams with artist Alex Sanchez and Dark Horse for "The Threat of Peace," the first arc of the six-issue "Star Wars: The Old Republic" series setting the stage for the upcoming MMORPG.
Courtesy of Dynamite Entertainment, CBR presents a preview of "Kevin Smith's Green Hornet" #1 by Kevin Smith and Jonathan Lau. The issue hits stores next Wednesday, May 26.
In this week's COMIC BOOK LEGENDS REVEALED, join Brian Cronin and discover who really drew the Wolverine limited series, find out who Odie's real owner was and learn way too much about Superman and Lois Lane's sex life!
Marvel's premiere Russian super team takes the spotlight in "Darkstar and the Winter Guard," a brand new limited series debuting in June from the creative team of writer David Gallaher and artist Steve Ellis.
Doug Zawisza reviews Marvel's "Enter the Heroic Age" #1 and gives the anthology title 4 stars saying that for readers interested in the publisher's upcoming Heroic Age titles, "this issue is a good, affordable sampler."
Judge reduces bond for retailer Michael George! Who's the mystery lawyer at the center of Warner Bros.' lawsuit? With digital comics, are publishers making the same mistakes the music industry did? Plus more!
"Bone" and "Rasl" creator Jeff Smith spoke with CBR TV about the recent controversy over his beloved all-ages series, the upcoming "Bone" novel and other books, the origins of "Rasl," its ties to Nikola Tesla and more.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR presents an advance look at new comics on sale next Wednesday, May 26, including "Dazzler" #1, "Fantastic Four" #579, "Secret Warriors" #16, "Wolverine Weapon X" #13, "X-Force" #27 and more.
Mike Mignola spoke to CBR about why and how the Victorian occult detective must fit into Hellboy's world in the past and future and shared exclusive sketch material from artist Ben Stenbeck.
Courtesy of Top Cow, CBR presents an exclusive preview of the "Darkness/Darkchylde/Witchblade: Kingdom of Pain" one-shot by Randy and Sarah Queen, in stores May 26.
Writer Jai Nitz gave CBR News the lowdown on Dynamite's "Green Hornet: Parallel Lives," explaining exactly why this series will be the only true prequel to the Seth Rogen movie the public will see.
Things aren't looking up this week as a black scientist becomes a gangster and "Brightest Day" fails to illuminate. Thankfully, there's heavy metal and Paul Levitz coming back to the future. He knows what he's doing!
CBR looks back with writer Matt Sturges following the first arc on the recently launched "JSA All-Stars" series and he teases what's still to come for the DCU's youngest society of legacy heroes in training.
A slain Autobot and a humbled Decepticon return in "Transformers: Ironhide" #1 and "Transformers" #7. We spoke with Mike Costa about what a repowered Megatron could mean for the Robots in Disguise.
CBR's Greg McElhatton reviews "Zatanna" #1, the debut issue of the longstanding character's first ever ongoing series, and gives it 4 stars, saying of the Paul Dini and Stephane Roux comic, "there's a lot to like here."
CBR reviewer Chad Nevett gives "Avengers" #1 4 stars saying of the Brian Michael Bendis and John Romita Jr. debut issue, "This is the title that some fans have been clamoring for ever since Bendis wrote .Avengers Disassembled.'"
The excitable Billy Hazelnuts returns for a second adventure in June and we spoke with cartoonist Tony Millionaire about the book, how the focus has shifted in Vol. 2 and his other upcoming projects.
More reactions to the closing of CMX! Rare "Tintin" art goes up for auction! Interviews with Grant Morrison and Daniel Clowes! Dinner with Jim Rugg and Matt Kindt! Plus, San Francisco's Best X-Men Tarot Card Reader!
It's time to meet your classmates! In an exclusive interview, writer Nick Spencer pulls back the curtain on the cast of his upcoming series "Morning Glories," describing each of the characters in great detail.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of the highly anticipated "Secret Avengers" #1 by the creative team of Ed Brubaker and Mike Deodato. The issue sneaks into comic stores on May 26.
The creator of "Scott Pilgrim" shared his thoughts on writing and drawing the last chapter of his magnum opus, the possibility of a prequel and which actor steals the show in Edgar Wright's ucoming movie adaptation.
Inside you'll find the sales estimates for comics and trade paperbacks for April 2010. "Brightest Day" and "New Avengers" topped the monthly sales chart while "Kick-Ass" easily led the trade paperback chart.
In July, the Marvel U's vampire underworld gets turned upside down with “The Death of Dracula." CBR spoke with writer Victor Gischler about the undead upstart looking to bring down his titular and legendary father.
Hero Initiative volunteers talk about their experiences working with the charity, what it means to them and the creators it helps, how they became involved, different ways that other fans can participate and more.
The artist behind the all-caveman Batman adventure that kicks off "The Return of Bruce Wayne" opens up about his early Batman gigs, his personal criticisms of his own work and returning at last to "Tom Strong."