PREVIEWS: "Spider-Gwen," "Chewbacca" & More Marvel Comics on Sale October 14, 2015
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When Jeff Parker and Gabriel Hardman began their run on "Hulk," the creators forced the title character, the Red Hulk. upon to the road to redemption -- a bumpy road that's about to get much, much rougher.
ROBOT 6 has the breaking story that Wizard Magazine will cease publication and founder Gareb Shamus has moved the convention tour to a new company called Wizard World, a brand that will also launch a new magazine online.
Chad Nevett reviews the first issue of Ben McCool and Nikki Cook's "Memoir," giving it three and a half stars and highly praising Cook's art for an engaging depiction of townspeople "scarred or simply made ugly by events."
Dynamite Entertainment has provided CBR with advance looks at new comics on sale this Wednesday, January 26, including ""Red Sonja" #54, the final issue of "The Boys: Highland Laddie" and more.
Archie joins DC in abandoning Comics Code Authority, signaling end of 56-year-old regulatory body! Tor Books expands graphic novel line! Tenn. comics store hit by fire! Plus much more
CSBG's Kelly Thompson talks to Brian Wood and Ryan Kelly about their new Vertigo series, "The New York Five," the sequel to their previous collaboration for DC Comics' short-lived Minx imprint, "The New York Four."
DC Comics has released a five-page preview of "Action Comics" #897 by Paul Cornell and Pete Woods. The issue features a showdown between Lex Luthor and the Joker, and is on sale January 26.
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR is pleased to present an exclusive preview of "Detective Comics" #873 by Scott Snyder and Jock, concluding their first story arc "Black Mirror." The issue goes on sale this week.
ROBOT 6's Tom Bondurant looks back at several of DC's history-setting miniseries, including "Atlantis Chronicles," "Superman: The Secret Years," and "The Golden Age," and the influence these had on the direction of the line.
CSBG continues a month-long look at all the strange and odd comic book ads that have appeared throughout comics history! Come check out the ads featured so far, including the interesting evolution of X-Ray Spex ads!
BOOM! Studios has provided CBR with advance looks at new titles on sale January 26, including "Stan Lee's The Traveler" #3, "Incorruptible" #14, "Dracula: The Company of Monsters" #6, and "Walt Disney Comics" #715!
Greg Hatcher tests the theory that we are living in the "age of availability" by attempting to see if every comic, book and film that he was reading and watching in March 1978 is accessible today! Come find out how well he did!
With the "Green Hornet" film in theaters, ROBOT 6's Graeme McMillan gives tips on where to start reading Dynamite's army of "Green Hornet" comics, including which titles give the fullest picture of the hero's legacy.
Tom and Axel are back with an all-new Marvel T&A loaded with information on how the House of Ideas views their readership, how they look to draw fans in with "Mighty Thor" and the sales picture of 2011.
Veteran writers Mark Waid and Kurt Busiek sit down to discuss Busiek's "Dracula: Company of Monsters," which sees its first trade paperback arrive next week from BOOM! Studios.
Co-writers Eric Powell and Tracy Marsh spoke with CBR about “Godzilla: Kingdom of Monsters,” the new ongoing series launching in March from IDW starring at least one rampaging Toho monster.
Hoping to draw in fans of Hal Jordan's incoming movie, DC Comics is representing his most recent origin telling for Free Comic Book Day along with an early look at the Geoff Johns/Andy Kubert "Flashpoint" event for die hard readers.
Benjamin Bailey looks at "Iron Man" #500 by Matt Fraction, giving it a four star review, praising the four artists and saying the issue "shows what a great creative team can do when it’s given the room to stretch its legs."
Wondering which of your favorite creators and publishers are on Twitter, sharing their wisdom in 140 characters or less? CBR has you covered with our comprehensive Twitter Directory.
“Hellboy” editor Scott Allie tries on his writing hat for “B.P.R.D.: The Dead Remembered,” a three-issue miniseries exploring Liz Sherman's past. CBR spoke with him about the book and switching roles with Mike Mignola.
In this week's CBLR, learn about the strange team-up of Spider-Man and Planned Parenthood! Plus, the history of Marvel's rating system and the bizarre story of Rulah, Jungle Goddess and Tegra, Jungle Empress!
“Avengers Academy” #8, in stores now, is the first of several big issues for the series. We spoke with writer Christos Gage about his plans for the book, which include a glimpse at the future selves of the teen protagonists.
Greg McElhatton gives the final issue of "Buffy Season 8" by Joss Whedon and Georges Jeanty three and a half stars, praising the finale for the "recriminations, second-guessing, and glances ahead on what's to come."
After the revelation this week that the long-awaited "Batwoman" would be delayed until April, J.H. Williams III discussed the series' schedule on his blog, noting that the new date was more realistic from the start. ROBOT 6 has the details.
In anticipation of a mass media push for the issue where one of the team is killed off, Marvel Comics is allowing retailers to sell "Fantastic Four" #587 on Tuesday of next week, one of a number of changes allowed by early shipping.
Peter Milligan says Atrocitus is a murderous, ancient monster, but now he’s his murderous ancient monster and it’s his job to make readers empathize with him in the new ongoing “Red Lanterns” series from DC Comics.
This month, Brian Hibbs discusses Patton Oswalt's recent Geek Culture rant/dissertation, deciding the actor didn't go far enough, especially with regards to the role of today's day comics industry in pop culture.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale next Wednesday including "Age of X: Alpha" #1, "Chaos War" #5, "New Avengers" #8, "Thunderbolts" #152, "X-Men #7 and many more.
DC Comics has released solicitation information and images for new comics and products shipping in April 2011, including the latest from "War of the Green Lanterns," "Brightest Day" and much more.
Harold and Kumar Escape from the Negative Zone! Nick Fury's Howling and Inglourious Basterds! Check out these comic book/movie mash-ups and more in this week's reader-suggested art gallery! And make your suggestions for next week's edition!
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR has exclusive previews of "Avengers" #9 by Brian Michael Bendis and John Romita, Jr., and "Captain America" #614 by Ed Brubaker and Butch Guice. Both are in stores January 26.
It was Hannibal's birthday on Wednesday, and the comics industry delivered the gift of not being terrible, led off by the complicated genius of Tony Stark, teenaged terrorism and the duplicity of soldiers and spies.
Artist and "Danger Girl" co-creator J. Scott Campbell spoke with CBR News about the upcoming crossover miniseries with Dynamite Entertainment's "Army of Darkness," raining upon comic stores this April.
ROBOT 6's Tim O'Shea spoke with SCAD professor and artist Shawn Crystal about "Wolverine & Deadpool: The Decoy," a digital-only comic written by Stuart Moore, as well as writers and artists to watch this year.
In a move towards a in house set of ratings for everything from kids comics to the mature readers material of Vertigo, DC Comics will no longer carry the decades-old Comics Code Seal of Approval on its monthly titles.
Doug Zawisa reviewed "Brightest Day" #18, giving it a perfect five stars for artists Ivan Reis and Ardian Syaf's "visual spectacle," and the mysteries established by Geoff Johns and Pete Tomasi "start to click into place."
In our penultimate installment of AGE OF X COMMUNIQUÉS, our look at the major mutant players of the “Age of X” storyline, writer Mike Carey reveals Gyrich's intelligence on the fugitive mutants Berserker, Hellion, and Nightmare.
French officials say Albert Uderzo isn't eligible for author tax breaks! Cartoonist Dick Locher to retire from "Dick Tracy"! San Antonio comic store rebounds! Plus much more!
Ryan Lindsay gives the landmark 50th issue of Garth Ennis, Darick Robertson's "The Boys" a four-star review, saying "a stand-off between The Seven and The Boys is always going to be one of my favorite things."
An A-list team of creators including Damon Linelof, Richard Donner and Alex Ross bring the Man of Steel back home from his cross-country journey to "Action Comics" where Doomsday and Lex Luthor await.