Comic-Con Trailers: The Best of the Best, Ranked
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In the third of a series of post-apocalyptic adventures that started with the Punisher and then Wolverine, writer Jonathan Maberry teams with Leandro Fernandez for a "Marvel Universe Vs. The Avengers" mini series.
With the Marvel summit keeping Axel under lock and key, Fred Van Lente reveals October's “Marvel Zombies Halloween” as a boy searches for candy amidst a super powered zombie apocalypse.
IDW Publishing has provided CBR with an exclusive preview of "Popeye" #3 by Roger Langridge and Tom Neely. Popeye gets Wimpy in the ring July 4.
Comic-Con International organizers have released the programming schedule for Friday, July 13, the second full day of Comic-Con International 2012 in San Diego.
CSBG's Chad Nevett and Brian Cronin continue their joint reviews of the Before Watchmen comics with a look at "Nite Owl" #1 from J. Michael Straczynski and Andy and Joe Kubert!
The writer/artist Tony Daniel has announced to fans that his run with Batman will end with "Detective Comics" #0, leaving fans to wonder where he'll go next and who will step up to fill his shoes.
Ahead of their CCI print debut, Archie's "New Crusaders" welcome former "Iron Man" and "Batgirl" artist Alitha Martinez as regular penciler to bring definition to the series action-oriented world of the nascent heroes.
Doug Zawisza gives Jonathan Hickman's "FF" #19 5 stars saying Gabriel Hernandez Walta's art brings the characters to life in an issue that is "a prime example" of why Hickman's run will be fondly remembered.
Bryan Talbot spoke with CBR about his and artist Mark Stafford's upcoming "Cherubs!" graphic novel which sees release in October from Dark Horse, from its underground comics influences to its streak of absurdist humor.
Marvel has revealed the topic of its week-long run of Spider-Man-themed teasers, announcing the October debut of "Punisher War Zone," though no creative team has been announced.
In today's installment of the AVX COMMENTARY TRACK, writer Jonathan Hickman provides an in-depth look at the pivotal pages in "AvX" #6, plus he brings a bevvy of bonus features.
This week, did Superman first fly by accident? Plus, how did "Star Trek's" Jonathan Frakes inadvertently inspire a classic Spider-Man tale? And which Titan was originally going to die in "Infinite Crisis" #4?
Dynamite has provided CBR with an exclusive preview of "The Boys" #68, written by co-creator Garth Ennis with art by Russ Braun and a cover by co-creator Darick Robertson.
Mark Millar receives honorary doctorate! Peter Bagge talks Robert Crumb! Dark Horse scouting for talent in Australia! A look at Comic Easel! Plus, remembering the weird Captain Marvel villain ... Spider Man!
CBR's Doug Zawisza gives Brian Michel Bendis and Sara Pichelli's "Spider-Men" #2 5 stars, saying the book's story is "exactly why everyone reading [it] got into comics."
Marvel Comics has provided CBR with an exclusive first look at David Aja's interior art for his and writer Matt Fraction's "Hawkeye" #1. The Avenging archer's new series debuts in August.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you advance looks at new titles on sale next Wednesday including "AvX" #7, "Infernal Man-Thing" #1, "The Punisher" #13, "Wolverine" #310 and many more.
Paul Jenkins returns with a harrowing tale of a British expat now living in the South of the United States and coming to terms with being a natural marksman with semi-automatic weapons.
Comic-Con International organizers have released the programming schedule for Thursday, July 12, the first full day of Comic-Con International 2012 in San Diego.
CSBG's countdown of your votes for the 50 Greatest Spider-Man Stories continues as we reach the top twenty, with stories from Dan Slott, Stan Lee, Jeph Loeb and more!
Grant Morrison's "Batman, Incorporated" #2 scores 4 stars from Doug Zawisza who praises the issue's art team of Chris Burnham and Nathan Fairbairn for creating a "very pretty book."
Marvel has provided CBR with an exclusive preview of Brian Michael Bendis and David Marquez's "Ultimate Comics Spider-Man" #12. Miles Morales' family life gets more complicated on July 4.
This week makes it thanks to Marvel as evening wear in Madripoor and New York's stylish night scene lead to heroism and fisticuffs. Meanwhile, Blue Lanterns flounder and Nite Owl needs a nap
Greg McElhatton gives "Prophet" #26 4 stars, saying the issue featuring a lead story written and drawn by Brandon Graham with a back-up piece by Emma Rios is "a winner."
Marvel has debuted a preview trailer for its upcoming 10-disc limited-edition Blu-ray collection called "Marvel Cinematic Universe: Phase One - Avengers Assembled." More details will be announced July 15.
With its first issue in stores now, Mark Millar explains how his and John Romita, Jr.'s "Hit-Girl" will run solo from "Kick-Ass 2" in comics and film while filling in fans on the secret origin of Red Mist.
Spider-Man is recruited into this week's series of teaser images from Marvel, which is appropriate since the publisher promises to release details on its war-themed event at the wall-crawler's Sunday CCI panel.
Comic writer and defense attorney Jeffrey Kaufman discusses the origins of "Whore," his upcoming Zenescope graphic novel following the morally-bankrupt misadventures of gun-for-hire Jacob Mars.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR presents an exclusive preview of Kieron Gillen and Daniel Acuña's "Uncanny X-Men" #15. The newly-christened Phoenix Five clash with the recently reborn Mr. Sinister on July 4!
This week, our artists drew your suggestions for comic book mash-ups involving TV's "Community!" Annie and Britta as Batman and Robin? Jeff as Batman? Chang as Doctor Strange? The Dean as the Watcher?
Publisher Filip Sablik exits Top Cow Productions! Library of Congress acquires works of seven cartoonists! Positive alternatives to "Waffles For Stephanie"! Dark Horse promotes Matt Parkinson! Plus much more!
Brian Wood delves into "The Massive" #1, bringing commentary on crafting the story, the research involved in bringing about the end of the world and teases later events of the series.
Alan Kistler looks at the many origin stories of your friendly neighborhood Spider-Man, from "Amazing Fantasy" to Japan to Broadway across the various medium's the webslinger has graced.
A modern jungle lord placed in a prehistoric world, Frank Frazetta's classic hero "Thun'da" returns in August, and Robert Napton explains how the master's first story impacts the Dynamite revival.
Ryan K. Lindsay gives "American Vampire" #28 by Scott Snyder and Rafael Albuquerque 4 stars, saying that by the end of the issue "Snyder and Albuquerque will have you right in the palm of their hands."
DC has released a three-page preview of "Before Watchmen: Nite Owl" #1 by J. Michael Straczynski with art by Andy Kubert. Discover the origins of Dan Dreiberg, the man who would become Nite Owl, on June 27.
Marc Toberoff, the lawyer representing the estates of Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster in the Superman rights legal brawl, has scored a minor win against Warner Bros. in his own legal battle against the studio.
Characters from Dinah Lance to Amanda Waller to John Lynch cross paths in DC Comics' black ops superhero series "Team 7," and writer Justin Jordan promises an old school WildStorm feel for the New 52's latest recruits.
Writer Shane Riches spoke with CBR about "Afflicted," 12-Gauge Comics' graphic novel about teenagers with superpowers, which launches the publisher's new digital initiative. Plus, an exclusive, extended preview.
To prepare readers for "Dredd" slamming its way into theaters in September, 2000 AD has provided CBR with a complete tale of Mega City-One's top law enforcement officer by John Wagner, Alan Grant and Colin Wilson.