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Disney has optioned "Cowboy Ninja Viking," the Image series by AJ Lieberman and Riley Rossmo. "Zombieland" scribes Paul Wernick and Rhett Reese have been tapped to write and produce.
DC Comics has released a preview of the November 10th shipping "Batgirl" #16 by writer Bryan Q. Miller and artist Dustin Nguyen. We have four pages of the book for you to check out.
Earlier this year, Felicia Day stopped by CBR TV to talk about "The Guild," her nervousness over the release of the Dark Horse comic, her struggles when writing the comic and much more.
ROBOT 6 reviews the new D&D comic, calling it "well-considered, inclusive and faithful...without being slavishly controlled by its past, so fun and fast-paced none of that seems evident until you’ve finished the issue."
Discover the first appearances of objects, phrases and recurring themes that make up comics lore. When did the Avengers first assemble? When did Batman get that giant penny? When did we first learn about Clobberin' Time?
With Japanese manga, toys and horror movies feeding American culture, SPINOFF asks, is there a how-to on how to cross the cultural divide between countries? Three execs think so, and tell all.
Some of the best costumes seen in a long time can be witnessed in day two of our three days of photos from New York Comic Con, plus a photo we guarantee Rob Liefeld will absolutely adore or we'll pay EVERYONE IN THE WORLD $5!
CSBG's Sonia Harris examines the notion of psychopathy and how it might apply to comic book super-villains like Lex Luthor, Dark Phoenix, the White Queen and more in the latest installment of COMMITTED.
ROBOT 6 reviews the latest Superman reboot, "Earth One," saying "As the first of what is presumably an ongoing series of graphic novels, it’s not a bad beginning - but it doesn’t quite feel like Superman yet."
Courtesy of Dynamite Entertainment, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Kevin Smith's Green Hornet" #9, by Kevin Smith and artist Jonathan Lau. The story continues on November 10.
Marvel's own dynamic duo of Tom Brevoort and Axel Alonso are back with CBR, giving a look inside what makes for a perennial hit, some "Chaos War" early looks and the prison moves of Norman Osborn.
James Hunt gave "Generation Hope" #1 a 4.5 star review, calling the opening chapter of Kieron Gillen and Salvador Espin's new series, "the strongest first issue an X-title has had in some time."
All weekend long during New York Comic Con, CBR News roamed the halls of the Jacob Javits Center snapping photos of comic creators, cosplayers and other oddities - today, we present Friday's sights and scenes!
David Hine returns to CBR's regular column to discuss his continued work on the "Azrael" ongoing series and his upcoming two-part story in the "Batman" and "Detective Comics" annuals.
Did a famous World War II comic strip show full frontal nudity to celebrate D-Day? Find out while learning about Steve Englehart's amusing "Avengers" farewell and the details of the famed Fleisher/Ellison libel case!
Courtesy of Top Cow, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Angelus #6, the final chapter in Ron Marz and Stjepan Sejic's miniseries. The final battle for the mantle of the Angelus occurs Wednesday, November 10.
Courtesy of Dark Horse, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Kull: The Hate Witch" #1 by David Lapham and Gabriel Guzman. Featuring a cover by Fabio Cobiaco, Kull returns on November 24.
DC Comics has released a preview of "T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents" #1 by Nick Spencer and CAFU with covers by Frank Quitely and Darwyn Cooke. The Agents enter the world of the DC Universe on Wednesday, November 10.
Writer/artist David Finch stopped by CBR TV to discuss his current work on "Batman: The Dark Knight," his confidence level when it comes to writing versus illustration, redesigning the Batman costume and more
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale next Wednesday including "Ant-Man & Wasp" #1, "Iron Man: Rapture" #1," "The Thanos Imperative" #6, "Thor #617 and many more.
With a number of creator-owned hits already to his credit, writer Nick Spencer prepares to take his superhero work to the next level taking a turn on the Girl of Steel's series along with artist Bernard Chang.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Thor" #617, the latest chapter in Matt Fraction and Pasqual Ferry's run on the title. The issue thunders into stores Wednesday, November 10.
Brace yourselves: nothing was really bad this week! It's rare, but true in a week where Catman, Bane and Deadshot slice through Skartaris, Bruce Wayne goes sane and Reptil steps up, THE BUY PILE is pleased.
There's a long list of musicians who died at the age of 27, and guitarist Will Garland could very well join it. His struggle to survive is at the heart of "27" and we spoke with writer Charles Soule to learn more.
After over a decade away, former Marvel E-i-C Tom DeFalco and his artistic partner in comics Ron Frenz return to the mainstream Marvel Universe and "Thunderstrike" with a new five-issue miniseries.
CBR's Doug Zawisza gave "Superboy" #1 a rare 5 star review, calling Jeff Lemire and Pier Gallo's take on the Teen of Steel "a great first issue that offers a lot of promise and delivers one hell of a fun read."
"One Piece" has released 200 million copies! Wizard acquires NOLA Comic-Con! Borders to close Tenn. warehouse! "Naruto" bumps "Scott Pilgrim" from bookstore top spot! Berkeley Breathed on Bill Watterson! Plus more!
Marvel Comics has released an advance look at "Generation Hope" #2. Written by Kieron Gillen with art by Salva Espin and covers by Olivier Coipel, Greg Land & Marko Djurdjevic, the issue hits stores December 1.
Calvin & Hobbes as Captain Marvel and Talky Tawny! Doctor Strange as the Wizard of Id! All this and more as our artists draw your comic book/comic strip suggestions! Check them out and vote on next week's topic!
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Avengers Prime" #4 by writer Brian Michael Bendis with art and cover by the legendary Alan Davis. The issue hits stores Wednesday, November 10.
Doug Zawisza gave Mark Waid's return to Marvel's America icon with "Captain America: Man Out of Time" #1 a 4 star review, calling Waid and Jorge Molina's first issue "a Cap tale for the ages."
A brand new graphic novel division of the Legendary Pictures banner will launch in 2011 with longime Editor Bob Schreck as E-i-C who is leaving IDW on good terms.
Hugo-nominated British writer Paul Cornell spoke with CBR News about his upcoming run on "Batman and Robin," sharing details about the new supervillain he's adding to the Dark Knight's rogues gallery along the way.
Writer Ron Marz spoke with CBR TV discuss working with Whilce Portacio on Top Cow's "Artifacts," the themes involved in Portacio's arc on the title, his role as the architect of the Top Cow Universe and much more.
This week, Aaron interviews friend and fellow Kansas City comic book writer Dennis Hopeless, discussing the process of breaking into the comics industry, Hopeless' various projects currently in development and more.
In "Hawkeye & Mockingbird" #5, title characters' personal and professional relationships ended, but writer Jim McCann isn't done yet. We spoke about his plans for issue #6, December's "Widowmaker" and beyond.
Creator Alex Ross and writer Jai Nitz shed light on Dynamite Entertainment’s upcoming collaboration with State Street Pictures, discussing the idea behind creating a superhero born from modern wartime conflict.
With the line-shifting game changer hitting the Dark Knight in today's "Batman & Robin" #16, DC Editor-in-Chief Bob Harras swings by to explain how Bruce Wayne's return will affect not just his life but the entire world of Gotham City.
Supreme Court appears divided on California video-game law! Philippine comics industry isn't dead, only changed! Wrap-up of London MCM Expo! Morrison talks "Batman Inc."! Superheroes run afoul of the law! Plus more!
Tim Callahan gave "Batman and Robin" #16, the final Grant Morrison issue with Cameron Stewart, Chris Burnham and Frazer Irving on art, 4 stars, calling it "part wrap-up, part celebration and part artistic jam session."