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Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you an advance look at "Daredevil" #500, the anniversary issue with stories by Ed Brubaker, Michael Lark, Ann Nocenti, David Aja with covers by Alex Ross, Geoff Darrow, Gabriele Dell'Otto and more.
“G.I. Joe Special: Helix” hit stores this week from IDW, featuring a new top-secret female operative working undercover to bring down Cobra's Tokyo crime ring. CBR spoke with writer Brian Reed about the one-shot.
CBR's Greg McElhatton gives four stars to "Adventure Comics" #1, in which Geoff Johns and Francis Manapul make you realize just how much you really missed Superboy and the Legion of Super-Heroes.
Another legal victory for the Siegel family! Tokyopop will serialize original manga online! Trying to figure out the Amazon bestseller lists! Dave Gibbons talks technology! Plus, does Marvel still need its Ultimate imprint?
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "Ultimate Comics Spider-Man" #2 by Brian Michael Bendis and David Lafuente, on sale September 2 in comics stores everywhere.
CBR's Kiel Phegley turns in this full run down of the Chicago Comic-Con with word from organizers, retailers and a huge amount of talent from J.G. Jones to Mike Choi and more.
Kyle Baker swoops in to talk about his Hawkman story in “Wednesday Comics” and drop hints about a new series he’s creating for DC. Also, editor Mark Chiarello shares his Top 5 serial strips for you to check out.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR's ROBOT 6 brings you an exclusive first look at Stan Sakai's cover for the final issue of "Strange Tales," the miniseries that sees indie creators' takes on Marvel's characters.
CBR talks to Jason Martin about the upcoming graphic novel completing his series “Super Real,” as well as other projects coming down the pike from his Super Real Graphics publishing company.
CBR's Chad Nevett likes "The Marvels Project' #1, saying artist Steve Epting's first issue is a sight to behold, and that wrtier Ed Brubaker's story plants compelling seeds from future issues, which are "not to be missed."
Web comes to print with IDW's “The ACT-I-VATE Primer." The anthology features new stories from members of Dean Haspiel's webcomics collective. We caught up with Haspiel to discuss the primer and the evolution of ACT-I-VATE.
The painter and co-writer behind the miniseries reviving the Golden Age Marvel, Alex Ross talks to CBR News about the villainous stories that set his new take in motion and the secret origin of Toro.
Another newspaper pulls "Tank McNamara"! Are mobile comics the future of the artform? Spotlights on Fantagraphics, Top Shelf and Vertigo's "Unknown Soldier"! More from Chicago Comic-Con! Plus, a daily dose of Dorkin!
Dark Horse has released images and solicitation information for new comics and products on sale in November, including Tim Burton PVC sets and new issues of "Hellboy," "Buffy," "The Goon" and much more.
It's New Comics Day in the USA, and CBR brings you 30 previews of books on sale now from publishers including DC, Devil's Due, Archaia, IDW, Radical, BOOM!, Image, Marvel, Top Cow and Mercury.
Courtesy of Image, CBR brings you an advance look at "Existence 2.0" #2 by writer Nick Spencer and artist Ronald Salas, on sale this week in finer comics stores everywhere.
In this week's all new X-POSITION, writer Peter David talks about “X-Factor” hairstyles, clarifies an intimate relationship, and invites all his fans to a party with exclusive art.
The next age of Marvel's Ultimate Universe is ushered in with this week’s “Ultimate Comics Spider-Man” #1. CBR spoke with writer Brian Michael Bendis about the book and what fans can expect from the new status quo.
The "Witchblade" writer is picking up a new ongoing series and miniseries for Top Cow in the forms of "Magdalena" and "Angelus.". CBR caught up with Marz for details about the new projects.
With his Chameleon storyline beginning in this week's "Amazing Spider-Man" #602, Fred Van Lente sits down with ROBOT 6's Tim O'Shea for a conversation about his many Marvel projects and "Action Philosophers."
CBR's Chad Nevett likes "Ultimate Comics Avengers" #1, saying Mark Millar and Carlos Pacheco deliver a book that's quick-paced with "gorgeous art and a cliffhanger that will have you coming back for more."
Eisner winner Brian Azzarello talks to CBR about November's “Batman/Doc Savage” special and the subsequent miniseries that will feature the Man of Bronze, the Dark Knight and many more non-superpowered heroes, including The Spirit.
Courtesy of IDW Publishing, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "GrimJack: The Manx Cat" #1 by John Ostrander and Timothy Truman, on sale this week.
Obscure '80s characters coming back, DC's space heroes stepping up strong, and new plans for the Batman and Superman franchises took the spotlight at the traditional fan discussion panel, and CBR was there.
Today, in over 500 comic shop retailers and select Barnes & Noble stores across the United States are set to celebrate the 70th anniversary of Marvel Comics with guest creators and characters. Click here for details.
Courtesy of Radical, CBR brings you an advance look at "Hercules: The Knives of Kush" #1 by Steve Moore and Cris Bolson with covers by Jim Steranko, Clint Langley and Arthur Suydam, on sale this week.
Does Chicago Comic-Con, with a hyphen, infringe on Comic-Con International's trademark? Washington Post pulls "Tank McNamara" storyline! Plus, "The 99" gets mobile-content deal in China!
As an Image partner and acclaimed writer of "Invincible," "The Walking Dead" and "The Astounding Wolf-Man," Robert Kirkman had a whole lot to stay to his fans at Comic-Con International. CBR has the rundown on Kirkman's future plans.
From the NBC Fall Preview Package, this trailer for season 4 of "Heroes" has all sorts of hints and clues as to what's coming up on the hit TV series. Check it out right now on CBR TV!
Last weeked in Chicago, former "Daredevil" artist Alex Maleev gave an overview of the shift in technology from his early art career to this year’s animated iTunes release, "Spider-Woman."
Frank Tieri talks to CBR News about his two returning to Marvel’s Mighty Mutant in two upcoming projects, "Wolverine: Mr. X" and "Wolverine Vs. Thor," both of which were announced last weekend in Chicago.
Steve Lieber and Jeff Parker, the duo behind Image's "Underground" speak with CBR about the moral dilemmas at play within their story and the many dangers of caving. Plus, read the entire first issue right here!
At last weekend's Chicago Comic-Con, James O'Barr, creator of "The Crow," discussed the tragedies that shaped his work and his perspective of success in Hollywood as well as his upcoming work in comics, and CBR was there.
The CBR Reviews team looked at no fewer than 20 new comics last week, including "Doom Patrol" #1, "Invincible Iron Man" #16, "Greek Street" #2, "Ultimatum: X-Men Requiem" #1 and more. Check it out!
"Amazing Spider-Man" writer Dan Slott met with Chicago fans to discuss Marc Guggenheim’s love of the Ben Reilly era, plans for Mr. Negative, and recent Mary Jane revelations. CBR was there to get the details.
The creative team behind Marvel's "X-Force" -- Craig Kyle, Christopher Yost and Mike Choi -- shared with Chicago fans their experiences on the title as well as offer advice on breaking into comics and animation.
A full lineup of Dynamite talent took the stage in Chicago to talk about the future of "Project Superpowers," the historical significance of Zorro and more plans for classic heroes, and CBR was there.
Christian Beranek previewed plans for Disney's Kingdom Comics line at Wizard Wold Chicago. While not getting specific, the editor confirmed Kingdom will focus on re-imagined live-action properties.
"Girl Genius" wins Hugo Award! Auction raises $13,250 for John Ostrander! Comics shop reaches out to "Twilight" fans! Why some comics work and others don't! Plus, 21 writers who changed mainstream comics!
This November in “Dark X-Men” the title characters embark on a mission that puts them on a collision course with a returning fan favorite and very powerful character. We spoke with Editor Nick Lowe, writer Paul Cornell, and artist Leonard Kirk.