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The final issue of Radical's "Last Days of American Crime" hits this week, and CBR News has the details on the series’ origins, the final issue, the proposed film and Rick Remender's views on the heist of the century.
Marvel's Senior Vice President for Creator & Content Development C.B. Cebulski joined fellow staffers Steve Wacker and Arune Singh for a comedy-packed question-and-answer session with fans at Fan Expo Canada, and CBR was there.
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR brings you an advance look at "Batman Confidential" #48. Written by Kevin VanHook with art and cover by Tom Mandrake, this issue goes on sale this week.
"Madman" creator Michael Allred and colorist Laura Allred met with loyal fans in Baltimore for a discussion of the Allreds' comics and music, and to hear what's next for their signature creation, Frank Einstein AKA Madman.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR brings you a first look at artwork from "Captain America: Patriot" #2 by Mitch Breitweiser. Written by Karl Kesel, this issue goes on sale September 29, 2010.
Following years of discussion and months of more focused debate, Diamond Comic Distributors is making Tuesday delivery available to all direct-market retailers. The Wednesday on-sale date will remain unchanged.
Marvel editor Tom Brevoort welcomed fans to an informal chat at Baltimore Comic-Con, where he answered questions about Spider-Man and Mary Jane, Marvelman, the Blue Marvel, "events" and more.
Friends of Lulu at risk of losing tax-exempt status! Marvel and Disney -- one year later! Fans fume over Fan Expo Canada! Comic convention planned for Abu Dhabi! Riverdale's first gay teen debuts this week! Plus more!
Tom Beland and Juan Doe's series of Puerto Rican-powered one-shots sees an all-new installment where the Fantastic Four's summer vacation is disrupted by M.O.D.O.K. and El Vejigante.
From the Fleischer Superman cartoons to Danny Elfman's "Batman" theme, a new CD celebrates 75 years of DC Comics, and its producer tells CBR what it took to assemble the world's greatest superhero tracks.
CBR's reviews team looked at nearly 20 new comics last week from publishers including Marvel Comics, Dynamite Entertainment, DC Comics, Dark Horse and BOOM! Studios. Check 'em out!
Courtesy of Sony Online Entertainment & DC Entertainment, CBR brings you an extensive gallery of Jim Lee's designs for the "DCU Online" version of Wonder Woman.
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR brings you an advance look at "Brightest Day" #9 by Geoff Johns & Peter J. Tomasi and Ivan Reis, Patrick Gleason, Ardian Syaf, Scott Clark & Joe Prado, on sale this week in comics stores everywhere.
Tim ditches the Scott Snyder conversation for a week to attend the Baltimore Comic Con, where he finds Paul Pope, Cliff Chiang, Jeff Parker, and learns about the intersection between art and memory.
With the incoming sequel to he and John Romita Jr.'s creator-owned comic-turned-movie, "Kick-Ass," Mark Millar goes "Balls To The Wall" with a new viral superteam, a sidekick for Red Mist and more.
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR brings you an advance look at "Superman: The Last Family of Krypton" #2 by Cary Bates and Renato Arlem with a cover by Felipe Massafera, on sale this week.
DC Comics Executive Story Editor Ian Sattler and "Supergirl" writer Sterling Gates stepped in for the absent Dan DiDio at the traditional Sunday Conversation at Baltimore Comic-Con, and CBR was there.
Courtesy of IDW Publishing, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale this week including "Death Ship" #4 and "G.I. Joe: Hearts and Minds" #4.
BOOM! Studios' Mark Waid met with fans in Baltimore to discuss his work on the companion series "Irredeemable" and "Incorruptible," and also to discuss BOOM!'s new line of Stan Lee comics. CBR was there.
Courtesy of Radical Comics, CBR brings you an advance look at "Radical Premiere: Mata Hari," a $1.00 preview of the forthcoming graphic novel by "Iron Fist" screenwriter Rich Wilkes and artist Allan Martinez.
Mavel staffers including Stephen Wacker, Arune Singh and C.B. Cebulski met with fans in Canada for a spirited discussion about developments with Alpha Flight, Ben Reilly, the Exiles, Runaways and more. CBR was there.
Courtesy of Dynamite, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale this week including issues of "The Boys," "Blackbeard," "Kevin Smith's Green Hornet," "Queen Sonja" and more.
"Asterios Polyp," "Chew," "The Rocketeer: The Complete Adventures" and "The Walking Dead" were among the titles winning multiple honors at the 2009 Harvey Awards, presented Saturday in conjunction with Baltimore Comic-Con.
We spoke with Fabian Nicieza about designing "Bruce Wayne - The Road Home," DC Comics' October event spanning eight self-contained yet inter-connected one-shots covering the closest allies and oldest enemies of Batman.
Grant Morrison's "Batman Inc" begins an era of two Batmen in Gotham as Bruce WAyne and Dick Grayson retain the cowl, but more surprises lay in store for the Bat-franchise including a team-up with Catwoman against a new foe.
Marvel Comics has released a new unlettered preview of the "Shadowland" tie-in focusing on the new Power Man featuring his fight with the original Heroes For Hire and the return of some villains of the past.
In September, First Second debuts "Koko Be Good," an original graphic novel by Jen Wang. We spoke with Wang about her story of two people deciding how their lives will be lived and what it means to be a good person.
George Pérez has confirmed health issues and deadline conflicts have led the long-awaited "Teen Titans: Games" graphic novel to be removed from the November release schedule. ROBOT 6 has the details.
Superstar creator and Image Comics founder Todd McFarlane discussed his career and his future at Baltimore Comic-Con, including his work on Marvel's Spider-Man. We've also got a preview of "Haunt" #9!
Notable "Thor" creators Walt Simonson, Jonathan Hickman, Bryan J.L. Glass and John Workman met with fans in Baltimore for a lively panel conducted by Marvel editor Tom Brevoort, and CBR was there.
Courtesy of Dynamite Entertainment, CBR presents a preview of "The Boys" #46 by writer Garth Ennis and artist Russ Braun with a cover by Darick Robertson. The issue hits stores this Wednesday, September 1.
DC Nation showed up in force, with panelists including Sterling Gates, Shane Davis, Nick Spencer, Jimmy Palmiotti, and Ivan Brandon. CBR was there to listen in on the relatively relaxed discussion panel.
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A Batman Beyond ongoing series? A new headlining character for ”Adventure Comics” after “Flashpoint”? Conner Kent playing hockey in “Superboy”? All were discussed at the DC Universe panel at Fan Expo in Toronto, Canada.
ROBOT 6's Tom Bondurant ponders DC Comics' continuity in the context of "DC Universe: Legacies" and other history-building projects, noting "It’s not about the events at all — it’s about the characters."
The 62nd Annual Emmy Awards are being held this evening, but we want to know who you feel should win the main categories. SPINOFF lets you have your say.
Marvel Executive Editor Tom Brevoort and ace writers Jonathan Hickman and Jeff Parker sat down with fans to talk Fantastic Four, Hulk, Thunderbolts, and death at the Baltimore Comic-Con.
Spider-Man and "Shadowland" got equal billing at Marvel's Saturday panel at Fan Expo Canada, where the publisher announced "Daredevil: Reborn" for January and hinted again that Gambit is the new Man Without Fear.
ROBOT 6's Chris Mautner provides an introductory guide to the works of Harvey Pekar, a creator who "pushed people to look beyond their prejudices and preconceptions about the comic-book medium."
Dan DiDio led a DC Nation panel that included Chris Sprouse, Jeff Lemire, Brian Azzarello, and more as they discussed events in "Batman" and "Brightest Day" and teased what may be Andy Kubert's next project.