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The canceled issue of "Hellblazer" focusing on school shootings by Warren Ellis and Phil Jimenez will finally see release in what the publisher is branding a "Vertigo Resurrected" line of issues formerly kept off the market.
Sam Worthington and his Full Clip Productions partners, Michael and John Schwarz, spoke about their upcoming comic book, "Damaged" and their imprint deal with Radical to publish more comics and graphic novels.
Did the Red Scare turn a comic about a Little Joe into one about a Little Ike? What's the behind-the-scenes secret of Geo-Force and Terra! Plus, a decades-long story of the secret member of the original G.I. Joe team!
Mike Richardson spoke about the return of the anthology that began it all, "Dark Horse Presents," which will feature stories by many "DHP" alumni. Plus, an exclusive look at new "Concrete" art by Paul Chadwick!
The Eisner-Award winning "Tiny Titans" crosses over with Archie Comics this October in a historic event uniting the two companies for the first time. Art Baltazar and Franco spoke with CBR about the news.
In the next arc for the Bucky Barnes-led era of "Captain America," the former Winter Soldier is forced to answer for his crimes under his Soviet masters, and Ed Brubaker gives CBR an early look inside the story.
Brooklyn's Rocketship closes! KCRW rebroadcasts "American Splendor" tonight! More on manga's anti-piracy efforts! "Axe Cop" heads to Dark Horse! A Neil Gaiman primer! Six "criminally underrated" crime comics! Plus more!
The artist inks and exclusive deal with the publisher, kick-starting his DC career with a gig on "Green Lantern Corps" and a piece of a brand new "Untold Tales of The Black Lanterns" featuring faces familiar and unknown.
Marvel has released an advance look at "X-23" #1, written by Marjorie Liu and illustrated by Will Conrad with covers by Danni Shinya Luo, Marko Djurdjevic and Gabriele Dell'Otto. It slices into stores September 15.
Images from this week's "Entertainment Weekly" article on Comic-Con International and the "Green Lantern" flick have hit the internet, featuring Hal Jordan, Hector Hammond, Carol Ferris and more.
Writer Marc Andreyko and artist Patric Reynolds spoke about "Let Me In: Crossroads," the December-shipping miniseries tying in with the film, fleshing out the lives of the eerie child vampire Abby and her caretaker.
Brian Hibbs returns this month with news about a meeting DC Comics held for retailers in the wake of their digital comics announcement, leaving Hibbs feeling cautiously optimistic about the publisher's plans.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR presents an advance look at new comics on sale next Wednesday, July 21, including "Avengers" #3, "Deadpool" #25, "New Avengers" #2, "Thunderbolts" #146, "X-Factor" #207 and more.
Aspen Comics has released info on their exclusive offerings and schedule for next week's Comic-Con International in San Diego, along with exclusive images of their special edition covers by Joe Benitez.
Dark Horse has revealed exclusively to CBR that Felicia Day's "The Guild" is set for a new miniseries. We spoke with Day about her plans for "The Guild II," which will see each issue focus on a different Guild member.
CBR's Greg McElhatton has given "Batman" #701 a 4 star review, calling the first half of "Batman: R.I.P.: The Missing Chapter" "easily the best pairing [Grant Morrison and Tony Daniel have] generated."
Marvel Comics has provided CBR with an exclusive preview of "Ultimate Comics Avengers 2" #5, from writer Mark Millar and artist Leinil Francis Yu. The issue hits stores Wednesday, July 21.
Inside you'll find the sales estimates for comics and trade paperbacks for June 2010 with "New Avengers" #1 and "Batman" #700 taking the first and second positions on the chart for Marvel and DC, respectively.
The man who launched Stephanie Brown's career as Batgirl, Bryan Q. Miller spoke about the end of the first year of the heroine's self-titled series and moving Batgirl out of Gotham and into the greater DCU.
A look at the Silver Agent, some time spent with Tony Stark and a sophomore turn with "Avengers Academy" all make the trek home this week, with the Man of Steel's detour though South Philadelphia just missing the cut.
CBLDF benefit book "Liberty Comics" returns this year thanks to Image Comics and editor Larry Marder who spoke with us about the CBLDF's importance and shared an exclusive look at Darick Robertson's cover.
Ryan Reynolds' uniform for the upcoming "Green Lantern" movie was unveiled earlier today and CBR wants to know what you, the fans, think about the new look for the DC Comics hero's big screen debut!
Karl Kerschl and Cameron Stewart have been announced as the creative team for a comic series based on Ubisoft's popular "Assassin's Creed" franchise as part of the company's UbiWorkshop initiative.
Xeric grant winners announced! Bookstores sales down, e-book sales way up! America's Next Great Cartoonist revealed! Interviews with Howard Cruse, Gail Simone, Cary Bates and "The Walking Dead" team! Plus much more!
Jim McCann & Duane Swierczynski discuss "Widow Maker," the "Hawkeye & Mockingbird" and "Black Widow" crossover which finds the title characters targeted by an assassin who has assumed the Ronin identity.
Top Cow has given CBR News an exclusive teaser for one of the publisher's upcoming projects, details of which are set to be announced during their Saturday panel at next week's Comic-Con International.
The former "Green Lantern Corps" creative partners step in for Grant Morrison and company on the best-selling title this November, opening many questions as to the future of the new Dynamic Duo.
Marvel Comics has released an advance look at "X-Men" #2 by writer Victor Gischler and artist Paco Medina. The issue, featuring covers by Adi Granov and Medina, will hit stores on Wednesday, August 11.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Amazing Spider-Man" #638, the first chapter of One Moment In Time by Joe Quesada and Paolo Rivera. The previously untold story begins July 21.
From Tony Daniel's return to regular duties on "Batman" to Nicola Scott's arrival as the artist for "Teen Titans," today the plans for the publisher's DC Universe line shaped up in more ways than one.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "DoomWar" #6, the final issue of the miniseries by Jonathan Maberry and Scott Eaton. Find out who wins the battle between Wakanda and Latveria on August 4!
Pitching in on their friend and producer Jason Netter's new comic startup with Wal-Mart distribution and seven announced titles, the longtime industry figures explain their respective roles in the new company.
Ron Marz and Top Cow Publisher Filip Sablik spoke with CBR News about the Heart Stone, one of thirteen key items that will be at the center of the 13-issue "Artifacts" limited series launching this month.
As part of a new ongoing series from Marvel, Steve Rogers' earliest exploits will be uncovered as "Atomic Robo" writer Brian Clevinger guides a young Cap across the many battlefields and supervillains of WWII.
The Comic Book Legal Defense Fund is auctioning a special one-on-one lunch with DC Entertainment CCO Geoff Johns. The one hour lunch date will take place at next week's Comic-Con International in San Diego.
Adam West, Katee Sackhoff, Mark Hamill and James Marsters are among the actors revealed to provide guest voices for season two of "Superhero Squad," Marvel's all-ages cartoon series. ROBOT 6 has details.
Dark Horse has released images and solicitation information for new comics on sale in October 2010 including "Turok" #1, "Metalocalypse/Dethklok" #1, "Hellboy/Beasts of Burden" and more.
Reports are in that Pixar executives and creatives, after seeing a rough cut of "Tron: Legacy," have pitched in for rewrites for the sequel with John Lasseter, Brad Bird and others contributing. SPINOFF has the details.
DC Comics has announced that Marc Guggenheim is taking over "Justice Society of America," with the ever-busy writer aiming to build a city not on rock and roll but with superheroes during his run on the title.
In January 2011, Jonathan Maberry and a team of artists kick off the five issue "Captain America: Hail HYDRA," a generations-spanning saga which pits the original Sentinel of Liberty with the terrorist organization.