PREVIEWS: "Daredevil," "Uncanny X-Men," & More Marvel Comics On Sale August 3, 2016
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Sales boost has retailers at Comic-Con upbeat! Viz Media executives on the state of the manga market! Alison Bechdel discusses creative process! Writer Len Brown looks back at his "Mars Attacks" bubblegum cards! Plus more!
Image Comics Publisher Eric Stephenson returns to his comic book roots as a writer, teaming with artist Nate Bellegarde on the November-debuting "Nowhere Men," a rock and roll science epic.
In the wake of Friday’s Aurora, Colorado shootings, DC Comics has delayed the release of "Batman, Inc" #3, originally set to go on sale Wednesday, citing "content that may be perceived as insensitive in light of recent events."
A rowdy crowd in San Diego enjoyed stories from behind the scenes of the hit Image Comics series "Chew" by writer John Layman and artist Rob Guillory at Comic-Con International.
Amid today's boom of conventions and superhero films, being a comic book fan is more accepted than ever. CSBG's Greg Hatcher grew up in another era, however, and this week he looks back on the "bad old days."
CBR News spoke to Brian Wood about "Ultimate Comics X-Men" #14 which kicks off his "Divided We Fall" tie-in and sends his team to the heart of anti-mutant extremism in America.
Last week, the CBR reviews team went through the newest titles on the shelves including "Avengers Vs. X-Men" #8, "Saga" #5, "Batwoman" #11 and more.
Grant Morrison is preparing to move into the next phase of his comics career, and the writer tells CBR the saccharine origins of his Image series "HAPPY!", the end of his monthly superhero work and his plans for Las Vegas' MorrisonCon.
Tim visited the headquarters of Oily Comics to discover the secret origin of Charles Forsman, his ever-expanding minicomics empire and how he became next year's Fantagraphics overnight success story.
Greg McElhatton gives "X-Men" #32 4 stars, calling the series by Brian Wood and David Lopez "another example of how to take a slightly random title and make it work."
Marvel has released a preview of "Captain Marvel" #2. Carol Danvers' adventure, written by Kelly Sue DeConnick with art by Dexter Soy, continues on August 15.
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR presents exclusive advance looks at two of this week's new releases: Jonathan Hickman and Nick Paterra's "Manhattan Projects" #5 and Joe Casey and Nathan Fox's "Haunt" #25!
Writer Bill Willingham and a host of "Fables" creators officially announced a "Fables" convention, teased the franchise's future, and reminisced about favorite moments from the last decade.
This week's Cover of the Week nominees bring with them a Martian attack, a royal portrait, a mysterious hand, a Gotham shapeshifter and Matt Murdock in the trenches.
This winter, a new era begins for Earth's Mightiest Heroes as writer Jonathan Hickman launches new volumes of "Avengers" and "New Avengers." CBR News spoke with him about his plans for both books.
Mark Waid, Filip Sablik and more discussed a smorgasbord of digital distribution strategies as iVerse unveiled three new initiatives iduringn their Comic-Con International panel.
Valiant has released an early preview of "X-O Manowar" #5 featuring the new Ninjak's debut. The issue, written by Robert Venditti with art by Lee Garbett, goes on sale September 12.
John Mayo is back with analysis for the industry's June 2012 sales numbers, which saw DC Comics' Before Watchmen series' open big while AvX continues strong, though its companion titles lag behind.
The Image Comics founders united for a panel at Comic-Con International to look at the creator-owned publishing company's impact on the industry and where they're headed in the future.
"Doctor Strange: Season One" by Greg Pak and Emma Rios offers a tale of magic and adventure exploring the future Sorcerer Supreme. CBR News spoke with Pak about the OGN.
CSBG takes a look at "Peanuts" firsts, including the first appearances of Snoopy, Linus and Lucy and the first time Charlie Brown fell flat on his back after an unsuccessful attempt to kick a football held by Lucy
A closer look at women in comics! Drawn and Quarterly announces Art Spiegelman's "CO-MIX"! The digital comics scene at Comic-Con! Darwyn Cooke talks "Parker: The Score"! Plus, much more!
Dynamite Entertainment has provided CBR with advance looks at new comics on sale this Wednesday, July 25, including "The Bionic Man" #11, "Dark Shadows" #6 and more.
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of Grant Morrison and Chris Burnham's "Batman, Incorporated" #3! Matches Malone returns on Wednesday, July 25!
Sunday may be fun day, but it's also the last day for Comic-Con International in San Diego as CBR takes a look at the show's final hours as celebrities, pros and fans alike prepared to say farewell until next summer.
ROBOT 6's Matt Seneca looks back at "a limited-run bootleg print comic" starring the Dark Knight and created by Josh Simmons.
At her spotlight panel at Comic-Con International in San Diego, web comic creator and writer/artist of "Hark! A Vagrant" Kate Beaton told jokes and answered questions from fans.
SPINOFF looks at the new novel by Vertigo and Marvel writer G. Willow Wilson, and wishes that someone would make it into a movie already.
Gail Simone, James Robinson, Ivan Velez, Oliver Nome, Nicola Scott and Charles Christensen discuss the rules of writing and drawing LGBTQ characters in modern mainstream comics at Comic-Con.
Every week, CSBG examines comic book stories and ideas abandoned and explained away by later writers, including the latest addition, when Robin tried to take away Batgirl's memory of the dynamic duo's identities.
Independent publisher Top Shelf welcomed award-winning talent and their fans to Comic-Con International to announce new books, an animated project, and their latest digital releases.
CBR's annual series of Comic-Con International in San Diego photo parades continues with Satruday's line-up of celebrities, comic book professionals and more cosplayers than you can shake a stick at!
Max Allan Collins returns to "Ms. Tree," the Fillbach Brothers illustrate Larry Young's "Hemogoblin," and Matt Sturges preps two new books as First Comics continues to expand its lineup.
In light of DC's reactions to questions about Stephanie Brown's announced appearance in the Smallville comic, ROBOT 6's Tom Bondurant looks back at the history of Batman's sidekicks.
Jonathan Ross treated Comic-Con International to a comics version of his British chat show featuring Robert Kirkman, John Layman and Ed Brubaker discussed writing comics, creator-owned properties and inspiration.
With Hollywood drawing from comics, toys and fairy tales, SPINOFF wonders why there aren't yet any summer blockbusters based on Saturday Morning Cartoons.
Come check out CSBG's weekly collection of the strangest comics of all-time, including the latest addition, the time Superman dressed like a giant bird to protect his secret identity.
In honor of the 30th anniversary of "Love and Rockets," ROBOT 6's Chris Mautner lists six of his favorite moments from Gilbert, Jaime and Mario Hernandez's groundbreaking series.
Aspen Comics puts its upcoming 10th anniversary on display with 10 new titles in 2013 as part of a new publishing initiative outlined at their Comic-Con International panel.
From "The Walking Dead #100" Black Carpet event to the cast of CW's "Arrow" to, yes, cosplayers, CBR presents our photo parade from Friday at Comic-Con International in San Diego.