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Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Batman Confidential" #51. The issue, written by Marc Guggenheim with art and cover by Jerry Bingham, hits stores Thursday, December 2.
Augie De Blieck gave "The Walking Dead" #79 4.5 stars calling the latest issue of Robert Kirkman and Charlie Adlard's zombie survival series "one of the liveliest and most engaging comics in recent memory."
New judge in second Michael George trial! Comico assets on eBay! In defense of Rob Liefeld! WonderCon registration opens tomorrow! TSA likes "Pinocchio Vampire Slayer!" Plus much more!
Dynamite Entertainment has provided CBR with advance looks at new comics on sale this Thursday, December 2, including Alex Ross' "Bring the Thunder" #1, "The Boys" #49, "Raise the Dead 2 " #1and more.
Writer/artist Roger Langridge has announced his departure from the BOOM! Studios published "The Muppet Show" comic once he completes his current "The Four Seasons" story arc. ROBOT 6 has details.
Benjamin Birdie gave Roger Langridge and Chris Samnee's "Thor: The Mighty Avenger" #6 a perfect 5 star review, urging readers to "buy and read...one of the genuinely sweetest comics that's ever been published."
Writer Nick Spencer takes CBR News on a tour of how he brought cult classic superheroes the T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents back to life from his impending death take on the team concept to the sci-fi twists that link solo super stories.
Over the Thanksgiving Holiday, CBR News remained on the job speaking with Kevin Smith, Grant Morrison and Mark Bagley among others, as well as seeing the return of Joe Quesada with a new CUP O' JOE.
Tim makes his list and checks it twice to see what's worth buying for you and your loved ones this season. With upcoming books, old favorites and even a game or two, this is the shopping list you've been waiting for.
Chad Nevett reviewed the latest issue of "Secret Avengers," giving the Ed Brubaker and Mike Deodato issue 3.5 stars, saying the series "continues to be an entertaining comic with lots of action and mysteries."
Two of the creators of "Kick-Ass" and "Watchmen" will team up in 2011 for a new comic series that Mark Millar has been hoping for since his teenage years, but the specifics will have to wait until the publicity prime of Kapow! Comic Con.
The beleaguered Spider-Man musical opened to preview audiences over the weekend with performances marred by technical issues, multiple pauses and more. ROBOT 6 has details.
Courtesy of Titan Books, CBR presents an exclusive preview of the color edition of "Lenore: Cooties" by creator Roman Dirge. Featuring a foreword by Neil Gaiman, catch "Cooties" in stores November 30.
Greg McElhatton reviewed "Uncanny X-Men" #530 and gave it 3.5 stars, calling the latest outing by the creative team of Matt Fraction and Greg Land "a fun issue - a solid launching point for reader interest to rise."
Tony Stark and Wade Wilson punch their way into your heart during a holiday week of comics that works hard and gets the job done, with Max Daring almost making the cut and Damian schooling his new Titan subordinates.
Marvel Comics has released an advance look at "Ultimate Comics Captain America" #1 by writer Jason Aaron and artist Ron Garney. The Caps of World War II and Vietnam collide January 5, 2011!
"Kick-Ass"and "Wanted" writer Mark Millar opened up to CBR News about his inaugural London comic convention, from a guest list boasting Frank Quitely and Dave Gibbons to his Hollywood plans and the Stan Lee Awards.
Dark Horse has released Ryan Sook sketches of a new character set to debut in "B.P.R.D.: Hell on Earth: Gods," on sale in January by Mike Mignola, John Arcudi, and Guy Davis. Is she the Bureau's newest member?
Writer Eric Trautmann stopped by CBR to offer an exclusive page-by-page commentary for the first half of "Vampirella" #1. Dynamite's relaunch of the vicious and sexy heroine begins this week.
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "JSA All-Stars" #13 by Matthew Sturges and Howard Porter with a cover by originals series artist Freddie Williams II. The issue hits Thursday, December 2.
Court upholds convictions of The Pirate Bay founders! More on the digital piracy debate! Kurt Busiek confirms follow-up to "Secret Identity"! Alan Moore plays Santa! 25 great LGBT characters! Plus more!
Mark Millar has announced he will be launching a London-based comic convention in April, 2011. ROBOT 6 has details on the new Kapow Comic Con and check back with CBR later for more from Millar himself.
Artist Amy Reeder spoke with CBR about her work on the final issue of “Madame Xanadu” and launching “Batwoman” #0, which pairs her with J.H. Williams III. Both issues on sale now from DC Comics.
Hollywood legend Irvin Kershner, director of "The Empire Strikes Back," "Never Say Never Again" and more, has passed away at age 87. SPINOFF has the details.
There are only a few more days left to vote for your favorite comic book writers and artists of all time! Click here to find out how YOU can decide who makes the Top 100 and where they rank!
ROBOT 6's Tom Bondurant reviews the animated film "Megamind" in the context of how it relates to the origin of Superman, what it says about villains, and what's missing from both the movie and the comics that inspired it.
ROBOT 6's Tim O'Shea talks to Van Jensen about the sequel to his hit graphic novel "Pinocchio, Vampire Slayer," touching on the expanded cast and getting fans involved. "Puppet Theater" arrives in stores in December.
Darth Vader, Herald of Galactus? Punisher versus Ewoks? Find these and more when you check out this week's installment of CSBG's reader suggested art gallery. Come, join the Dark Side (or is it Darkseid?) and see what you'll find!
Greg McElhatton takes a look at "Action Comics" #895 by Paul Cornell and Pete Woods and bestows a four-star review for the "sly sense of humor running through the issue that makes 'Action Comics' a lot of fun."
Marvel Comics E-i-C and CCO Joe Quesada returns to CBR for a special holiday Cup O' Joe featuring his responses to comics hype and cancellations, TV production rumors, the future of Marvel Animation and more!
This week, find out why DC sat on a Neil Gaiman Superman/Green Lantern story for more than a decade! Discover what significant role Ringo Starr played in Frank Frazetta's career! Also, just who came up with Wonder Woman's costume change twirl?
In part three of CBR's celebration of "Ultimate Spider-Man's" tenth anniversary, we speak with artist Mark Bagley whose distinctive visuals launched the book and made it one of Marvel top selling titles for seven years.
Benjamin Birdie gives "Batwoman" #0 by J.H. Williams III, Hayden Blackman, and Amy Reeder a three-star review, finding it "a pretty slight book" merely introducing the character, but Williams' art is on par with his "sterling best."
Between stunning revelations in "Green Lantern," the debut of the GL trailer, the race toward "Flashpoint," and an Aquawar threatening "Brightest Day," we're sure you have many questions for Geoff Johns--and CBR is happy to oblige.
In “Night,” the current arc of Marvel Comics' “Secret Warriors,” things are looking dire for Nick Fury and his team. CBR News spoke with writer Jonathan Hickman about the the arc and his plans to wrap up the series next year.
The greatest stories from acclaimed designer and illustrator Rian Hughes come together in "Yesterday's Tomorrows" and "On the Line," two collections coming from Image Comics in December. CBR has the details.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale next Thursday including "Generation Hope" #2, "Heroes for Hire" #1, "Shadowland" #5, "Wolverine: The Best There Is" #1 and more.
In honor of the holiday shopping Black Friday kick off, DC Comics has made its entire run of "Blackest Night" comics, 79 issues in all, available for download on the dedicated app for $0.99 each.
Grant Morrison spoke with CBR News, revealing that by the end of the first year of "Batman Incorporated" readers will find out why the agents Bruce Wayne is recruiting in these very specific locations are so important.
With Thanksgiving just around the corner, Jason Aaron discusses one of the pitfalls of being a comic book professional - the danger of gaining weight - and enlists his fellow pros in his quest to stave off the pounds.