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DC Comics has announced it has sold over five million comics since relaunching the DC Universe with the release of Geoff Johns and Jim Lee's "Justice League" #1 in late August.
Digital distributor Graphicly today announced the launch of its subscription program for "The Walking Dead," "Irredeemable" and four more Image Comics titles through Apple's iOS5 Newsstand App.
This week, our artists draw your suggestions for comic book characters and board games! Darkseid invades Candyland! Mr. Mxyzptlk plays Scrabble! And more!
Today, DC Comics announced Marc Bernardin as the new writer of "Static Shock." CBR spoke with the incoming scribe about his big plans as Virgil Hawkins becomes acclimated to his new life in New York City.
Steve Sunu's New 52 experiment rolls into week seven as Steve weighs the pros and cons of heavy hitters like "Batwoman" and "Green Lantern" and quirkier titles like "Demon Knights" and "Resurrection Man!"
In today's SPIDER-ISLAND HOPPING, CBR's in-depth look at each issue of the main event with the creators involved, we speak with artist Humberto Ramos about "Amazing Spider-Man" #670.
Marvel has released an early look at Skottie Young and Clay Mann's November-debuting "Magneto: Not A Hero" #1, part of the current X-Men: Regenesis storyline event.
Writer Mike Costa and magician Jon Armstrong use magic tricks to explain the plot of their upcoming collaboration from IDW Publishing, an original graphic novel titled "Smoke and Mirrors."
Retail chain Books-A-Million is reportedly joining Barnes and Noble in pulling DC Comics titles from store shelves in response to the publisher's Amazon Kindle contract. ROBOT 6 has details.
As the Red Circle superheroes return in an all-new digital format, CBR spoke with Archie Comics' "New Crusaders" brain trust and writer Ian Flynn about the launch, the stories and the future of all-ages superheroes.
John Mayo crunches the numbers and analyzes what September's big relaunch means for DC Comics, comparing it to their last universe-wide reboot, One Year Later.
DC Comics' "Suicide Squad" #2 hits stores October 12th and CBR News spoke with writer Adam Glass about his plans for the U.S. government's team of super villains turned black ops agents.
James Hunt gives "X-Men: Regenesis" 4 stars, saying of the Kieron Gillen written story "For a book that could’ve been all about the destination, it manages to make the journey substantially entertaining as well."
Sparkplug Books to continue following Dylan Williams' death. Michael George's bail revoked after guilty verdict. Tunisian TV executive apologizes for airing "Persepolis." Plus much more!
It's New Comics Day in the States, and CBR has more than 60 previews of new titles on sale today from Marvel Comics, DC Comics, Dark Horse, IDW Publishing, BOOM!, Dynamite and more.
As he reaches to the finale of his acclaimed IDW series "Locke & Key," Joe Hill reflects on comics in the modern horror landscape, plots the end of book with Charles Dickens in mind and has hopes for the life of the well-received pilot.
Joe Kubert's career is analyzed in a beautiful coffee table art book. Then, Fantagraphics begins reprinting the life's work of Carl Barks, including a story that hasn't appeared unedited in North America in 60 years.
Comics retailer and convention organizer Michael George has been found guilty of murder in his second trial after the first jury's verdict was overturned due to prosecutorial misconduct. ROBOT 6 has details.
The writer behind the ending (and beginning!) "Uncanny X-Men," Kieron Gillen answers all your questions about the upcoming X-team split, the timeline of recent Marvel events, the future of Hope and more.
Marvel has unveiled its two comic shop variants by Bryan Hitch and Carlo Pagulayan for "Avengers: X-Sanction" #1. The battle to save the future comes to your front yard December 14.
From Joss Whedon's "Wonder Woman" to John Milius' "Sgt. Rock," CBR runs down 22 screenplays that never moved beyond the written word, but could prove to be bona fide hits on comic shelves.
ROBOT 6's Tim O'Shea speaks with writer Jamie S. Rich about his work at Oni Press, collaborating with Joëlle Jones on "Spell Checkers," plans for the series' next volume and more.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR presents an exclusive preview for "Avengers Origins: Vision" by Kyle Higgins, Alec Siegel and Stephane Perger. The one-shot hits in November.
Marvel has released Adam Kubert and Nick Bradshaw's variant covers for the publisher's "Point One" one-shot set to hit stores in mid-November.
This week, Laura Sneddon recounts her Comic Studies' graduate class' experience with autobiographical comix, focusing heavily on the master: Harvey Pekar.
"Supergirl" co-writers Michael Green and Mike Johnson spoke with CBR about the series' first issue, plans for the first story arc and the fundamental differences and similarities between Kryptonians and Humans.
The latest in CSBG's series about comic writers addressing the work of others in their stories, we see how Dwayne McDuffie explained away the infamous "Where's my money, honey?" Luke Cage/Doctor Doom confrontation.
Archaia Comics has provided CBR with an exclusive preview of "Persepolis'" creator Marjane Satrapi's latest graphic novel, "The Sigh."
Marvel Comics has announced the debut of a dedicated app on the Android platform, developed and released through digital distributor comiXology.
Batman and Frank Miller top the September sales charts as DC Comics dominates the Top 100 and Legendary Comics' "Holy Terror" takes the top spot in the trade paperback rankings.
"Persepolis" protests lead to arrests in Tunisia! Warren Ellis on digital comics! More on direct-market sales in September! Interviews with Daniel Clowes, Dan DiDio and Dave Roman! Plus more!
Dynamite Entertainment has reached an agreement with author Amanda Hocking, whose 9 e-books sold over a million copies in 13 months, to publish comics based on her "Hollowland" series.
DC Comics has announced an agreement to adapt Stieg Larsson's Millennium Trilogy into graphic novel format through its Vertigo imprint in 2012, starting with "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo."
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR presents exclusive previews of "Morning Glories" #13, "Pigs" #2, "Pilot Season: City of Refuge" #1 and "Savage Dragon" #174, all on sale Oct. 12.
Tim discusses his origins as a comic book reader and the two issues of "Uncanny X-Men" and "Justice League of America" that forever changed the direction of his life.
After the success of "Kevin Smith's Green Hornet" and "Frank Miller's Robocop," are there more hit comics in Hollywood's recycle bin? CBR News investigates the most likely candidates.
CBR's Chad Nevett gives "Avengers 1959" written and illustrated by Howard Chaykin 3.5 stars, saying the "New Avengers" spinoff "delivers on everything that fans of Howard Chaykin would want."
Marvel Comics has provided CBR News with an exclusive preview of Jeph Loeb and Ed McGuinness' "Avengers: X-Sanction" #1, set to crash into stores in December.
Comics historian and Groo co-creator and writer Mark Evanier spoke with CBR TV about the history of Comic-Con, the long-gestating Groo/Conan comic, Jack Kirby's vision for CCI and much more.
He made Mark Waid evil at BOOM! Studios, now Chip Mosher moves to digitial comics distributor comiXology and things may never be the same. CBR spoke with Mosher about the transition.