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The newly appointed gatekeeper for Marvel Comics focused on attracting younger readers, Steve Wacker spoke with CBR News about the joys of done-in-one stories and his search for the next Rob Liefeld.
During Wednesday evening's Tribute to Dwayne McDuffie at Los Angeles' Golden Apple, the creator's friends Reggie Hudlin, Denys Cowan, Michael Davis and Kevin Rubio bid the visionary writer a tearful farewell.
Writer, artist and director Rob Schrab spoke with CBR News about his upcoming one-shot from Image Comics "But I Can't Do Anything Else," which collects 10 years worth of the creator's sketches, pitch material and more.
Three titles make the trip home with Deadpool, Jake Ellis and Iron Man heading up an uncommonly good BUY PILE, with a bunch of new comics worth taking a look at and nothing genuinely bad on the racks.
Courtesy of MArvel Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Annihilators" #1 by Dan Abnett, Andy Lanning, Tan Eng Huat and Timothy Green II. The Marvel Universe gets cosmic again on Wednesday, March 2!
As a special tribute to recently deceased writer Dwayne McDuffie, CBR is pleased to present one of the most well-known texts from his time writing about the art of comics in "Six Degrees of St. Elsewhere"
Today's Year of the X-Men teaser from Marvel focuses on "Uncanny X-Force," showing the black-ops mutants throwing down with other-dimensional versions of Magneto, Sabretooth, Nightcrawler and more.
Doug Zawisza gave "Amazing Spider-Man" #655 a 5 star review, declaring that Dan Slott and Marcos Martin's story "will be pointed back to with some frequency, much like the death of Ben Parker [and] Gwen Stacy."
One obstacle that may lie in the way of BOOM! Studios relaunch of their kids comic line as kaboom! Comics is Rob Liefeld's trademark on "Kaboom," a teen superhero series he published through Awesome Entertainment.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR presents an exclusive first look at "X-Factor" #216, written by Peter David with art by Emanuela Lupacchino. The issue, with a cover by David Yardin, hits stores on Wednesday, March 2.
In honor of President's Day, our artists drew your suggestions of U.S. Presidents teaming with comic book characters! Bill Clinton and Dazzler! Teddy Roosevelt and Hellboy! Wolverine and...Martin Van Buren?!
Marvel Comics has announced Rob Williams as the new writer of "Daken: Dark Wolverine" when he takes over the title from Daniel Way and Marjorie Liu with the release of May's special "Point One" issue.
Writer JT Krul stopped by the CBR TV studios to discuss how he came to be a DC Comics exclusive creator, the differences between working on "Teen Titans" and "Green Arrow," remembering the late Michael Turner and more.
In Chris Yost and Mike McKone's "Fear Itself: Spider-Man," an overpowering fear worms it's way into the Big Apple and it's up to Spidey to save the city. CBR News spoke with Yost about the May-launching miniseries.
Marvel Comics has released an advance look at "Uncanny X-Force" #6 by writer Rick Remender and artist Esad Ribic. The critically acclaimed series' Deathlok Nation saga continues on March 23!
"Superman" scripter Chris Roberson spoke with CBR about following in the storytelling steps of J. Michael Straczynski, his upcoming plans for the series and what to expect from his take on the Man of Steel.
"All Star Superman" director Sam Liu spoke with CBR News about his nervousness in adapting the critically acclaimed comic to animated movie, the scenes he wishes he could have included in the film and more.
Lynda Carter, who played Wonder Woman for three seasons from 1975 to 1979, believes it’s time for a revival for the Amazonian princess and feels David E. Kelley will do the character justice.
Writer Jen Van Meter gives CBR News the lowdown on her "Red Sonja: Break the Skin" one-shot and how a classic Robert E. Howard quote inspired her story -- all that plus an angry avatar of an ape-god.
Marvel has released a new teaser for MMXI -- The Year of the X-Men, this time featuring characters from "X-Men: Legacy," mainly those with somewhat shady histories including Rogue, Magneto, Frenzy, Legion and more.
Fan favorite "X-Factor" writer Peter David joins X-POSITION this week to answer your questions about romantic entanglements and the team's place in Marvel's modern day X-Universe. Plus, exclusive art!
With the third issue of Top Cow's critically acclaimed "Echoes" hitting stores this week, CBR and ROBOT 6 help bring those who haven't yet read the title up to speed by presenting the first issue online for free!
Greg Pak's "Silver Surfer" brings the title character to Earth, embroiling him in events that may have dire cosmic consequences for the entire Marvel Universe. We spoke with Pak about his plans for the series.
Barry Deutsch’s "Hereville" nominated for Andre Norton Award! Remembrances of writer Dwayne McDuffie. Pricing policy leads some publishers to rethink Kindle! Poland pulps "vulgar" comic!
Marvel has released an advance look at "Amazing Spider-Man Annual" #38, part one in John Layman and Lee Garbett's "Identity Wars" story, set to be continued in "Deadpool Annual" #1 featuring covers by Steve McNiven
With their most recent teaser image, BOOM! Studios has announced what appears to be a new Star Wars parody comic titled "Space Warped" as part of their new kids-oriented imprint, KABOOM!
Archie Comics' first openly-gay teen returns in "Veronica" #205 before getting his own four-issue miniseries in June. We spoke with with Kevin Keller's creator Dan Parent about his plans for the wildly popular character.
It's New Comics Day in the States, and CBR has nearly 80 previews of new titles on sale today from Marvel Comics, DC Comics, Dark Horse, Image Comics, IDW, BOOM! Studios, Dynamite, Archaia and more!
After the sudden passing of acclaimed comics and animation writer Dwayne McDuffie earlier today, his friends and colleagues share their thoughts about the man, his life and work with CBR News. [UPDATED, Wed Feb 23]
CBR News spoke with writer Judd Winick about the end of his bi-weekly epic "Justice League: Generation Lost," the happy accidents that occurred while writing the series and its lasting impact on the DC Universe.
Marvel has released an advance look at May's "X-Men Giant Size" #1 by Christopher Yost, Paco Medina, and Dalibor Talijic, which kicks off the "X-Men: First to Last" storyline crossing over into the regular X-books.
Augie pulls triple-duty and reviews this week's issues of Image Comics' status quo-changing "Savage Dragon" and "The Mission,'" analyzes Morris' approach to art in "Lucky Luke" and runs down some lookalike logos.
Writer Mark Waid shared his thoughts on mysteries and humor as well as suggesting scientific catchwords to watch in "Stan Lee's The Traveler," the BOOM! Studios superhero epic releasing its fourth issue this week.
Dwayne McDuffie, the acclaimed writer behind Milestone superheroes including "Static Shock" has passed away suddenly, just a day after the premier of his latest project, DC's "All Star Superman" DVD. [UPDATED 1:25 PM PST]
James Hunt reviews "Uncanny X-Force" #5 by Rick Remender and Esad Ribic, giving it four and a half stars and saying "if you’re an X-Men fan and you’re not reading this title, you’re missing out on something special."
Marvel has released its first teaser image for MMXI—The Year of the X-Men, in which the New Mutants seemingly hunt down X-Man and Blink below a tag line stating, "We will get them, no matter what!"
CBR spent time with Mattel's Scott Neitlich during the 2011 New York Toy Fair and came away with news on CCI exclusives, the "Green Lantern" movie line, deluxe Ghostbusters figures, Legion of Super-Heroes and more.
ROBOT 6's Tim O'Shea discussed "Hopeless Savages Greatest Hits" with the artists involved with the stories in the collection, with Bryan Lee O'Malley, Christine Norrey and more talking about working on Jen Van Meter's creation.
This April, Greg Pak and Fred Van Lente launch, "Herc," the follow-up to "Incredible Hercules." We spoke with the team about the book which finds mythological and mortal worlds colliding on the mean streets of Brooklyn.
DC Comics has provided a five-page preview of "Action Comics" #898 by Paul Cornell and Pete Woods, which hits stores tomorrow. In "Black Ring" Part 9, Lex Luthor gets his rematch with Larfleeze!