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Learn whether the Monkees were offered "Sugar, Sugar" before the Archies! Did Frank Miller break into comics drawing Hostess fruit pie ads?! Plus, discover the strange origins of Dominic Fortune and Devil-Slayer!
Jonathan Maberry pits Logan against cannibalistic super heroes in "Marvel Universe vs Wolverine," a new miniseries illustrated by Laurence Campbell. Featuring covers by Michael Kaluta, things get violent in June.
Writer Cullen Bunn and artist Peter Nguyen team to introduce the Black Widow to the dangers of "Fear Itself" in a new Marvel Comics miniseries. Featuring covers by Michael Ryan, the Widow stings readers in June.
In "Venom" #1, in stores now, writer Rick Remender and artist Tony Moore send Flash Thompson on his first big mission as a super spy. CBR spoke with Remender about the series and its dangerous world.
In the wake of the earthquake off the coast of Japan and the resulting tsunami, comic creators worldwide have taken to Twitter, passing on news and reassuring loved ones and fans. UPDATED
Doug Zawisza gave "Batman and Robin" #21 4.5 stars, praising the creative team by declaring, "I’m dialed into this book for as long as [writer Peter] Tomasi and [artist Patrick] Gleason are on board."
Fire that killed homeowner spared his Silver Age collection! Teen accused of threatening to blow up comic store -- for "Yu-Gi-Oh!" cards! Comics return to Washington City Paper! Plus much more!
Our artists tackled your suggestions of meetings between modern superheroes and their classic selves. Will Batman have a problem with Golden Age Batman? Will Golden Age Superman be happy to learn about life in 2011?
Artist Mike Allred spoke with CBR News about his experience working for beauty giant M•A•C Cosmetics on the company's current and exceedingly popular Wonder Woman cosmetics line.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale next Wednesday including "5 Ronin" #3, "Avengers Academy" #11, "Hulk" #30.1, "Ruse" #1 "Uncanny X-Force" #5.1, and many more.
With the departure of director Julie Taymor, producers of the troubled musical plan a massive overhaul that includes new songs, an enhanced love story and a reworked Act II. ROBOT 6 has details.
Writer-artist Fred Perry, whose Antarctic Press series "Gold Digger" marks its twentieth anniversary in May, spoke with CBR News about the Diggers sisters' epic and his DIY approach to making comics.
Ron Marz writes his most personal column to date, remembering how his mother encouraged a love of reading when he was a boy and detailing the long decline into dementia she's now suffering.
Booster Gold creator Dan Jurgens spoke with CBR News about his return to the character's ongoing series, how it ties into the "Flashpoint" event and the origins of DC Comics' fan-favorite bumbling hero.
Artist Molly Crabapple spoke with CBR News about last week's Dr. Sketchy's Anti-Art School "Transmetropolitan"-themed event held to benefit the CBLDF and the Hero Initiative.
A delightful missive from Fabletown gets tidal waved by one of the worst comic books in years. Tales from the future almost worked out, but the Transformers slipped a disk lead to a decidedly not-great week of comics.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Iron Man 2.0" #2 by Nick Spencer and Barry Kitson. The issue, featuring covers by Salvador Larocca and Marko Djurdjevi, hits stores March 16.
Marvel has released an advance look at "Steve Rogers: Super-Soldier Annual" #1, part two of "Escape from the Negative Zone," written by James Asmus with art by Ibraim Roberson. The issue hits April 13.
Hasbro has released the a bunch of new images featuring even more 2011 additions to their various Marvel lines, from Iron Man to the Avengers to the Super Hero Squad and more!
Greg McElhatton gives "Batman, Inc." #3 a 4 star review, calling the new Grant Morrison and Yanick Paqutte series, "a fun amalgamation of, it seems, whatever Morrison feels like writing about."
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Avengers: The Children's Crusade - Young Avengers" by co-creator Allan Heinberg and artist Alan Davis. The one-shot hits stores March 16.
Howard the Duck teams with She-Hulk, Frankenstein's Monster and Nighthawk to take on Man-Thing in June's "Fear Itself: Fearsome Four" miniseries by Brandon Montclare and Ryan Bodenheim, with covers by Michael Kaluta.
Ryan K. Lindsay gives "The Walking Dead" #82 4 stars, praising Robert Kirkman and Charlie Adlard's current "No Way Out" storyline and calling the events in this particular issue "brutally pragmatic."
Despite being previewed in this week's new comics as an April release, DC Comics has officially canceled orders for the first two issues with plans to resolicit the series at a later date. ROBOT 6 has details.
Writer Cullen Bunn spoke with CBR News about the transition from writing creator-owned series like "The Damned" and "The Sixth Gun" to scripting "Superman/Batman," "Captain America" and more.
CBR News spoke with Jeff Lemire about Doomsday crashing smack dab into Smallville in April's "Superboy" #6, but first we asked a few questions about this week's first ever race between Superboy and Kid Flash.
This week, Jason puts into words the difficulties that can pop up and derail a day's worth of writing, from distractions that knock you off course to not saving the perfect idea you have right before bed and more.
"Brotherhood" writer Blake Masters envisions a future in which artificial man fights for the bottom line in "Insurrection v3.6" from BOOM! Studios. CBR News spoke with him about the series, which debuts this week.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Ultimate Comics X" #4. The critically acclaimed series from the creative team of Jeph Loeb and Arthur Adams returns Wednesday, March 30.
Marvel has released an advance look at "Tomb of Dracula Presents: Throne of Blood" by Victor Gischler and Goran Parlov. The one-shot, featuring a cover by Bryan Hitch, hits stores April 27.
Writer Ron Marz spoke with CBR News about his various projects in the Top Cow Universe, including his yearlong event series "Artifacts" and the ongoing adventures of bearer Sara Pezzini in "Witchblade."
Overall, February sales numbers rebounded from January's lows, but the highest charting title, "Green Lantern," still set a record low for the number one selling title since Diamond first began releasing their data.
Prolific writer Steve Niles spoke with CBR about working with Slash on a "Wake the Dead" film, sewing "Crime and Terror" with Scott Morse, adapting a one-man play for comics and his first novel.
The Merc with a Mouth tackles the threat of "Fear Itself" in a three-issue miniseries from writer Christopher Hastings and longtime 'Pool artist Bong Dazo. "Fear Itself: Deadpool" #1 dances into stores this June.
The "Uncanny X-Force" writer discusses the appeal of alternative universes, the ingredients of a good story, and things that make his skin crawl. All that plus exclusive art!
Near-mint copy of Spider-Man's first appearances fetches $1.1 million! Hotel blocks for Comic-Con International open this morning! Publishers want Borders to return unpaid stock! Plus much more!
It's New Comics Day in the States, and CBR has almost 50 previews of new titles on sale today from Marvel Comics, DC Comics, Dark Horse, IDW, Image Comics, BOOM! Studios, Dynamite and more!
The writer of "Iron Man 2.0" and soon "Secret Avengers," Nick Spencer discusses how the collaboration of Marvel's fabled creative summits helped sway his decision to sign exclusively with the publisher while continuing his current ongoings.
"Wizard" has changed formats, but Augie notices that very little else is different from before, unfortunately. Plus, an Emerald City Comicon post-mortem and five art books he'd like to see immediately, please.
DC Comics has provided CBR with exclusive looks at "Legion of Super-Villains" #1 by Levitz and Portela and "Doom Patrol" #20 by Giffen, Clark and Randall. Both are on sale March 9, 2011.