PREVIEWS: "Spider-Gwen," "Chewbacca" & More Marvel Comics on Sale October 14, 2015
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All this month, CSBG has been featuring the first U.S. pro comic book work by the top comic book creators of all-time! See who has been featured so far, including George Perez, Jason Aaron, Steve McNiven and more!
Looking beyond the obvious choices of Namor and Aquaman, ROBOT 6's Michael May counts down seven of his favorite undersea superheroes, from the Inhuman Triton to B.P.R.D.'s Abe Sapien.
In July's “Daredevil” #1 by writer Mark Waid and artists Paolo Rivera and Marcos Martin, Matt Murdock returns home to resume his career as a super hero and a lawyer. CBR spoke with Waid about the series.
Johnny Blaze attempts to rid himself of the Ghost Rider for good when writer Rob Williams and artist Matthew Clark launch a new "Ghost Rider" ongoing in June. CBR spoke with Williams about the book.
Namor calls on some familiar faces to help defend the seas against a major threat in "Fear Itself: The Deep" from writer Cullen Bunn and artist Lee Garbett. CBR spoke to Bunn about the miniseries.
UPDATED: Dynamite hosted a panel featuring news of a new "Evil Ernie" series, more "Battlefields" from Garth Ennis, continuous hints towards a "Bionic Man" series and Ennis announcing a return to Marvel's Nick Fury
Top Cow took to the stage at C2E2 to show off their new "Artifacts" trading cards, unveil screenshots from 2K Games' upcoming "Darkness II" video game, announce the "Netherworld" cover contest winner and more.
Brian Michael Bendis and Mark Bagley reunite for their first creator-owned collaboration, "Brilliant, a July-launching project which sees a group of college students unlock the secrets of super powers.
Marvel's main event Saturday evening at C2E2 was the Cup O' Joe panel, where Joe Quesada, Brian Michael Bendis, Matt Fraction, and friends announced creative teams for "Daredevil" and "Punisher," answered fan questions, and more.
The urban jungles of Manhattan become a war zone again in August as acclaimed writer Greg Rucka and artist Marco Checchetto kick off a new ongoing "Punisher" series. We spoke with Rucka about the book.
Oni Press has announced a new original graphic novel by acclaimed cartoonist Ray Fawkes. Titled "One Soul," the story simultaneously follows the lives of eighteen individuals throughout history.
Classic Avatar heroines Pandora, Hellina and Widow return in "War Goddess," an ongoing series debuting in June. CBR spoke with writer Mike Wolfer about bringing back the "bad girls" and the world he's building.
The minds behind Marvel Comics best-selling line of Avengers comics prepare the team for the future at C2E2 with Brian Michael Bendis, Nick Spencer and more, and CBR was there for all the news.
Marvel announced "Ghost Rider" and "Fear Itself: The Deep" at an afternoon panel at C2E2, as Brian Michael Bendis, CB Cebulski, and a host of creators discuss the crossover event and tie-in titles.
The TARDIS touches down on the iPad today, courtesy of IDW. We spoke with Director of ePublishing Jeff Webber about the announcement at C2E2, which sees worldwide digital distribution for "Doctor Who" comics.
Artist Gabriel Hardman speaks with ROBOT 6's Tim O'Shea about his work on "Hulk" with writer Jeff Parker while sharing a look at a new original graphic novel he's creating with his wife Corinna Bechko.
DC announced that "Batman Inc." artist Chris Burnham is now exclusive as Eddie Berganza led a wide-ranging discussion with Gail Simone, Scott Snyder, Kevin Maguire, Brian Azzarello, and more at C2E2's DC Universe panel.
Promising a new series in 2011, the Dark Horse team predicted an expanded "Mass Effect" universe that will rival "Star Wars" in size and scope in the coming years during their Friday panel at C2E2.
CSBG is back with the third annual DC/Marvel comic character tournament to coincide with the 2011 NCAA basketball tournament! Check out the bracket here and come vote for the winners!
ROBOT 6's Michael May spent Friday at Chicago's C2E2 event checking out the sights, talking with creators, taking in some panels and snapping photos for CBR's first day con report.
Dan DiDio, Scott Snyder, Paul Cornell, Gail Simone, and more special guests met with fans at C2E2 for the DC Nation panel for a discussion of salacious toys, delayed comics, Borders bankruptcy, weekly titles, and more.
The staff of Marvel took the stage at C2E2to discuss the current shape of everything from "Uncanny X-Force" to "Age of X" and tease which artist will soon take on "Wolverine" and which classic villain is set to return.
CBR News spoke with "Uncanny X-Force" writer Rick Remember about the upcoming "Dark Angel Saga," which sees the team travel from the Marvel U to the "Age of Apocalypse" to rescue a fallen teammate.
DC Comics shined its light on Green Lantern at C2E2, with Ivan Reis, Joe Prado, Doug Mahnke, Tyler Kirkham, Eddie Berganza and more are on hand to discuss the emerald line and the upcoming film starring Ryan Reynolds.
CBR reviewer Greg McElhatton gives "Adventure Comics" #524 4 stars calling Paul Levitz and Phil Jimenez's ongoing Legion Academy storyline "a fun, easily-accessible gateway into the 31st century."
In the latest edition of our reader-suggested art gallery, our artists are drawing superheros starring in famous music videos! The Fantastic Four in "Bohemian Rhapsody," Madrox and Siryn in "Addicted to Love" and much more!
Rob Levin and Bryan Edward Hill team up with Heroes And Villains Entertainment, Top Cow and artist Tony Shasteen to accompany readers to "Netherworld" for a horror-tinged private eye story set in a sunless city.
Marvel's SVP of Publishing Tom Brevoort is once again locked and loaded to speak directly to readers in an all-fan question installment of his weekly column focusing on "Fear Itself," comic violence and the Avengers line.
Courtesy of BOOM! Studios, CBR presents an exclusive preview of Kurt Busiek and Daryl Gregory's "Dracula: The Company of Monsters" #8. Featuring art by Scott Godlewski, the issue hits stores on March 23.
Greg McElhatton gives "Thunderbolts" #155 4 stars, saying of Jeff Parker and Kev Walker's take on the series, "I don't think 'Thunderbolts' has been this much fun since the Kurt Busiek and Mark Bagley run."
DC Comics has announced that "The Flash," the series at the center of their coming "Flashpoint" event, will cease publication with #12, despite having been solicited through #13. ROBOT 6 has the details.
We all remember those little circles coming out of Aquaman's head during "Super Friends," but what's their secret origin? Find out, along with a story about a hilarious miscommunication in a Peter David-penned comic book!
At C2E2, Dark Horse announced the return of "Star Wars: Dark Times," set between Episodes III and IV. We spoke with Mick Harrison, Doug Wheatley and Randy Stradley about the August-debuting "Out of the Wilderness."
DC Comics has released a preview of "Batman: The Dark Knight" #2, written and drawn by Dave Finch. The issue, with covers by Finch and Andy Clarke, hits stores on March 23.
Writer/artist Nate Simpson spoke with CBR News about his upcoming series "Nonplayer" from Image Comics, his history in the world of video games, making the leap to sequential storytelling and more.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale next Wednesday including "5 Ronin" #4, "Captain America" #615.1, "Daredevil Reborn" #3, "FF" #1, "New Mutants" #23 and more.
Writer Scott Snyder swings squarely into THE BAT SIGNAL to discuss his upcoming "Hungry City" arc in "Detective Comics" and exploring the history of Batman's city in the "Batman: Gates of Gotham" miniseries.
Marvel has provided CBR with exclusive looks at next week's "Uncanny X-Force" #6 and "Ultimate Comics Spider-Man" #156 featuring Mark Bagley's return for the first chapter of "Death of Spider-Man."
With Brightest Day heading closer to its finale, Doug Zawisza gives issue #22 4 stars, saying, "I’m still not certain what the end game is that is being played towards here, but I'm definitely along for the ride!"
The ghosts of comics companies past play to win in a good week where Tony Stark also berates Otto Octavius and Frank Castle gets old school with his mission of vengeance. But "Fear Itself?" Not so scary.