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In his first interview on the long-awaited project, legendary cartoonist Neal Adams describes what brought him back to the Dark Knight, how his storytelling and collaborative skills will be put to the test and why long-form comics rule.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale next Wednesday, April 7, including "S.H.I.E.L.D." #1, "Uncanny X-Men" #523, Philip K. Dick's "Electric Ant" #1, "World War Hulks" #1, and many more!
Artist Rich Koslowski and writer J.D. Arnold talk about their new book from Top Shelf that re-imagines the three little pigs and the big bad wolf in a blues song and tells a very different story in the process.
Fabian Nicieza is joining forces once more with Tim Drake as the industry veteran will be replacing Chris Yost as the writer of "Red Robin" beginning with June's #13. CBR spoke with Nicieza about his new Gotham gig.
"Witchblade" scribe Ron Marz spoke with CBR News about "Magdalena," his newest ongoing series from Top Cow, which will be illustrated by Nelson Blake II with cover art from Ryan Sook.
The worst week of comic books of 2010, so far anyway, heralded by a "dark" light and attempts at humor that just don't work. April Fool's? Not so fast -- there's nothing funny about things going this badly.
This Spring, “Web of Spider-Man” begins a new direction with its first multi-part story arc, “The Extremist.” CBR News spoke with writer Fred Van Lente about the storyline and his plans for the series.
Marvel Comics has released a 5-page preview of "Astonishing Spider-Man/Wolverine" #1 by writer Jason Aaron and artist Adam Kubert. The new series launched next month on Wednesday, May 5.
"World War Z" author Max Brooks spoke with CBR about his new G.I. Joe miniseries, "Hearts and Minds," with art by Howard Chaykin and Antonio Fuso. A preview edition is on sale at WonderCon, with the first issue arriving in May.
Dark Horse Weekend, hosted by Golden Apple Comics Hollywood and CBR, begins this Saturday, April 2, with Felicia Day holding a Guild Comic Book Event, cocktail party and signing! Cocktails and LARPing provided.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "World War Hulks" #1, an anthology featuring work by Jeff Parker, Terry Austin, Paul Tobin and others. This Hulk sized anthology ships April 7th.
A who's who of writers from Neil Gaiman to Geoff Johns and from David Baldacci to Nora Roberts unite to ask that Brad Meltzer kindly quit his writing career because it's been kind of played out for a while now.
With Apple's new eBook-reading, keyboardless device days away from hitting the streets, Marvel Comics is set to put books in the hands of digital fans via a new app with comiXology.
The Comic-Con International Marketing and PR Director explains what's the complete sell out of San Diego passes means for 2010, addresses the hotel booking concerns and looks to setting up WonderCon this holiday weekend.
TILTING AT WINDMILLS arrives a few weeks early due to Brian Hibbs' excitement at a great weekend-long ComicsPRO event that saw a Robert Kirkman keynote address, DC Comics dialoguing with retailers and much more!
The X-writing partnership joins X-POSITION to answer your questions on the end of “Necrosha,” the future of “X-Men: Second Coming” and the finale of "X-Force." Plus: A bonus announcement and exclusive art!
Mike Mignola returns to CBR for a discussion on his collaboration with Richard Corben in their next hard hitting, hard drinking one-shot taking Hellboy to Mexico for a Lucha Libre throwdown with EXCLUSIVE interior art.
Erik Larsen and Michel Fiffe spoke with CBR News about 'Twisted Savage Dragon Funnies,' an upcoming series of back up features created by indie comics creators. Plus, CBR has an exclusive preview of art from the project!
The “Witchblade” artist speaks his mind on how Radical’s epic fantasy tale matches his art style, reuniting with writer Ian Edginton, and why monsters are his favorite part of drawing the book. Plus, exclusive art!
Geoff Johns' epic "Blackest Night" series concludes today, but was it a satisfying read? CBR's Doug Zawisza checks in with a spoiler free review, giving it five stars and saying simply, "...this one has it all."
In brightest day, in blackest night, no evil shall escape his sight. The superstar writer behind "Blackest Night" and "Flash"--not to mention DC's new Chief Creative Officer--needs your questions for the next Q&A with CBR readers!
In his new collaboration with editor/designer Chip Kidd, acclaimed painter Alex Ross shares unseen sketches, process pieces, character designs and something called Bayboy from his past five years of DC Comics art.
French president gives "Asterix" collection to Obama family! Rebellion Publishing to release U.S. editions! More on 40 years of Last Gasp! Reports from ComicsPRO meeting! Remembering Dick Giordano! Plus more!
It's New Comics Day here in the States, and CBR has 50 previews of comics on sale today from Marvel, DC Comics, Image, Dark Horse, IDW, BOOM! Studios, Dynamite Entertainment and more.
In the second part of a two-part interview, Judd Winick shared details with CBR about his upcoming 26-issue "Justice League: Generation Lost" series and his run as regular writer for the ongoing "Power Girl" title.
It's "Toy Story" Tuesday in this week's PIPELINE, as Augie looks at both the new BOOM! comic book and the even newer Blu-ray releases of the first two movies. It all adds up to good news in the De Blieck household!
Doug Zawisza has reviewed "Amazing Spider-Man" #627 and given it 4 stars, calling the Roger Stern and Lee Weeks crafted issue hitting stores tomorrow, "return to classic form for this title."
The Young Avengers go to war in April's one-shot “Siege: Young Avengers” by writer Sean McKeever and artist Mahmud Asrar. CBR News spoke with McKeever about the project, which plunges the characters into the thick of the Siege of Asgard.
DC Comics has provided CBR with exclusive previews of four new titles hitting stores tomorrow, including "Wonder Woman" #42, "Detective Comics" # 863 and more!
Image Comics has provided CBR with advance looks at new comics on sale March 31, including "Godland" #31, "The Sword" #23, and exclusive extended previews of "Cowboy Ninja Viking" #5 and "Jersey Gods" vol. 2!
As Dynamite’s futuristic sci-fi hero’s journey comes to a close with issue #12, writer Scott Beatty reveals a bit about the closing story and Buck’s future in comics. Plus, read the entire first issue right here on CBR.
Courtesy of Radical Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Aladdin: Legacy of the Lost" #2, in stores tomorrow from the team of Ian Edginton, Stjepan Sejic and Patrick Reilly.
The comics and prose publisher takes a cue from the classic Van Williams/Bruce Lee TV series for their incoming collection of Green Hornet short stories by talents from Harlan Ellison to Denny O'Neil, with a unique crime fiction take.
In "Avengers Prime," Steve Rogers, Tony Stark and Thor try to heal the wounds between them, and in "New Avengers," the team finds its place in the Heroic Age. We spoke with Brian Michael Bendis about both books.
Comic-Con International 2010 has officially sold out, a full two months ahead of last year's sell-out date, after the remaining Sunday memberships were purchased yesterday, late Monday afternoon. ROBOT 6 has all the details.
CBR's crack review staff looked at over twenty new titles that arrived in stores last week, including "The Marvel's Project," #7, "Superman" #698, "Secret Warriors" #14, "Thunderbolts" #142 and plenty more!
Another of the hundred copies of "Action Comics" #1 known to exist has changed hands to the tune of $1,500,000, setting yet another new record price for a single issue of a comic book. ROBOT 6 has details.
Courtesy of Top Cow, CBR presents an 8-page preview of "Impaler" #5, the reimagining of the legend of Vlad Tepes' from writer William Harms and artist Matt Timson. "Impaler" #5 will hit stores this Wednesday, March 31.
Chad Nevett reviewed the latest issue of "Captain America" and gave the issue 4 stars saying of the Ed Brubaker/Butch Guice-helmed story's plot, "It’s big and crazy in that classic supervillain kind of way and works perfectly."
If comics can do it, why can't reviews? That's what Tim asks when he takes on the challenge of the 'Retcon Review,' examining some should've-been-great comics of the past from the likes of Shooter, Loeb and Starlin