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Following the cancellation of "Hawk and Dove," DC Comics announced Rob Liefeld will begin writing and illustrating "Deathstroke" and plotting "Grifter" and "The Savage Hawkman" in May.
All week long, CBR mod Brandon Hanvey has been tallying and posting the results of our forum members' votes for their Top 50 Comics of 2011, and today, the final ten have been announced!
Image Comics has provided CBR with an exclusive first look at April's solicitations, featuring the debut of "America's Got Powers" and Jonathan Hickman's "Secret," the latest from "Fatale," "Saga" and more.
According to Diamond Comics' shipping lists for the next two weeks, "Justice League" #5, originally set to hit stores January 18, no longer has a release date. ROBOT 6 has details.
Dynamite Entertainment has provided CBR with an exclusive preview of "Lord of the Jungle" #1. Edgar Rice Burroughs' most famous creation returns January 18 in a specially priced $1.00 debut issue.
Wrapping up a week of press conference calls announcing new series and storylines, Marvel put Jeff Parker and artist Declan Shalvey front and center to shed some light on the upcoming "Thunderbolts vs. Thunderbolts."
This week, prepare yourself for the bizarre awesomeness that is - the "Adventures of Superpup!" Plus, legends involving Chris Claremont, Dave Sim, Cabretooth and John Byrne!
The new Image series from Jonathan Ross and Bryan Hitch will ship both its first and second issue this April with variants from Dave Gibbons and Leinil Yu. CBR has the exclusive "America's Got Powers" scoop.
Greg McElhatton gives James Robonson's "The Shade" #4 5 stars, calling the Darwyn Cooke/J. Bone-illustrated issue "a real gem..if only all comics were this good."
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Fatale" #2 by the "Criminal" & "Incognito" team of Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips. The epic horror noir continues February 1st.
Ahead of today's Next Big Thing live call, Marvel has released a teaser image featuring Baron Zemo flanked by Moonstone and Meteorite as illustrated by original "Thunderbolts" artist Mark Bagley.
Vertigo's graphic novel adaptation of Stieg Larsson's "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo" by writer Denise Mina and artist Leonardo Manco will be released in November 2012 with a cover by Lee Bermejo.
CBR News spoke with incoming "Astonishing X-Men" writer Marjorie Liu and artist Mike Perkins about the characters in their run, plus exclusive character designs by Perkins.
"Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Season 9" #5 featured a huge turning point in Buffy's life. Editor Scott Allie spoke exclusively with CBR News about this issue's events and the coming repercussions.
Brian Hibbs takes a look at the end-of-year sales charts and wonders openly about Marvel's backlist and the continuing problems he and other retailers have in keeping the publisher's collections in stock.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you advance looks at new titles on sale next Wednesday including "Daredevil" #8, "Generation Hope" #15, "Moon Knight" #9, "Venom" #12 and more.
Ron Marz kicks off 2012 by examining the sticky situation of branding, and whether creators are helped or hindered by their ability to deliver work across multiple genres.
John Mayo gets into specific details about 2011's sales numbers, analyzing trends, measuring the impact of DC Comics' September relaunch and highlighting issues facing the direct market in 2012.
Speaking exclusively with CBR, award-winning novelist China Miéville discussed "Dial H," teasing details about the opening arc, the book's role in the DCU and the significance of the dials in the New 52.
Dark Horse has provided CBR with an exclusive preview of "Dark Horse Presents" #8 featuring new "Beasts of Burden" and "B.P.R.D." stories and the debut of Brian Wood's "The Massive."
The latest in Marvel's series of Next Big Thing live press conference calls brought "Avenging Spider-Man," "Daredevil" and "Punisher" together for a major crossover called "The Omega Effect" written by Greg Rucka and Mark Waid.
Spies and space travel, betrayal and blasters, it's a good week to love comic books even though Barbara Gordon's "miracle" smacks of midi-chlorians and Norman Osborn's got jokes.
John Mayo returns with complete charts for the top 1000 selling comics and trades through Diamond Comics for 2011, with DC ruling the top ten but Marvel leading the overall market.
2012 holds sequels and prequels for some of Mark Millar's biggest hits as the writer shares a look at the next phase of uber-villain Nemesis and the secret history of Hit-Girl's final mission with loads of exclusive art.
Greg McElhatton gives "Wolverine and the X-Men" #4 4.5 stars, saying, "[it's to] Jason Aaron and Nick Bradshaw's credit that [the issue] not only works, but that it's a pure joy to read."
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR presents exclusive advance looks at Brian Bendis and Daniel Acuña's "Avengers" #21 and Kieron Gillen and Greg Land's "Uncanny X-Men" #5, in stores January 18!
This week, our artists draw your suggestions of team-ups between comic book and Doctor Who characters. Captain America and two Doctors, Amy Pond comes to Gotham and more!
In an intriguing teaser image featuring webs, a skull and the torn mask of Daredevil, Marvel Comics prepares fans for its Next Big Thing live press conference call later today.
Batman group editor Mike Marts spoke exclusively with CBR News about the return of Grant Morrison's "Batman Incorporated" and how it fits into the still-new DC Comics.
DC Entertainment Editor-in-Chief Bob Harras talks moving forward with the six new titles in the "Second Wave" of the New 52 and the six cancelled books from the initial launch.
Geoff Johns on re-evaluating the medium for digital display! Marvel's backlist problem! Washington City Paper axes comic strips -- again! Houston welcomes "The Scarlet Spider"! Plus more!
Ted Naifeh spoke with CBR about the upcoming full-color hardcover edition of "Courtney Crumrin and the Night Things" and the new ongoing "Courtney Crumrin" series coming in April.
In April, six of DC Comics' New 52 series will publish their final issues, followed by six new series launching in May, including Grant Morrison's "Batman Inc.," James Robinson's "Earth 2" and China Miéville's "Dial H."
The superhero epic Mark Millar calls "my Star Wars" has a name as superstar artist Frank Quitely shares the first image from "Jupiter's Children."
Marvel's week of Next Big Thing press conference calls continued with the announcement of "Captain America & Hawkeye" CBR News was on hand with series writer Cullen Bunn for all the major details.
Ryan Lindsay gives "Lobster Johnson: The Burning Hand" #1 by Mike Mignola, John Arcudi and Tonci Zonjic 4 stars, saying, "with quality this good, you should definitely be supporting this book."
Jay Faerber joins us for a COMMENTARY TRACK covering the first four issues of his Image Comics ongoing series "Near Death," in which a a former assassin turns over a new leaf after realizing he's going to Hell.
Marvel was the number one publisher for 2011, but DC Comics' "Justice League" and Image's "Walking Dead" topped the sales charts for comics and trades, respectively.
Jaime Sommers comes to Dynamite in the "The Bionic Woman" ongoing series written by Paul Tobin. The series debuts in March and features art by Leno Carvalho with a Paul Renaud cover.
Dark Horse has released solicitation information and images for items shipping in April, 2012, including the latest "Buffy," "Angel & Faith," "The Goon," "Groo Vs. Conan" and more!