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The artist and writer duo spoke with CBR News about the completion of "Underground," their five issue miniseries from Image Comics about a series of dangerous events set within the confines of a claustrophobic cave.
Industry braces for Thursday's mad rush on hotel rooms for Comic-Con! More on last week's Amazon glitch! A snapshot of the increasingly grim comic-strip market! John Romita Jr. discusses "Kick-Ass"! Plus more!
Dynamite Entertainment has provided CBR with advance looks at new comics on sale this Wednesday, March 17 including "Red Sonja She Devil with a Sword" Volume 7 and "Battlefields - The Firefly and His Majesty" #4
In a preview of CBR's Emerald City photo parade, ROBOT 6 takes a closer look at the mysterious Marvel-branded "O.M.I.T." guitar picks handed out Sunday at the Kirby Krackle-Joe Quesada concert.
Paul Dini spoke with CBR on what took so long for Zatanna's first ongoing series to come to fruition, what rules of magic he'll be implementing and how his real-life wife is an inspiration for the Mistress of Magic.
Joe Quesada brings his trademark Q&A to Seattle along with some of Marvel's biggest writers, sharing advice, wit, and a teaser or two on projects from "Marvelman" to "Spider-Woman" with folks in the northwest.
In the face of technical delays and a small audience, WildStorm's Ben Abernathy lead a panel of including Kurt Busiek and Darick Robertson, in an expansive overview of the the WildStorm line including news on "Astro City," "Gen13" and more.
Image had lots of news to share with attendees of the ECCC, including a not-so-funny animal story, the return of two heroes, and an introduction to the newest member of the Image family. Plus, exclusive art!
Saturday at Emerald City ComiCon, DC's Ian Sattler, Geoff Johns, and more answered fans questions about “Brightest Day,” plastic rings, legacy heroes, and kitchen appliances at the northwest’s largest con.
Join CSBG's Greg Hatcher as he begins an multi-part exploration of pulp magazines that are almost like prototypes for the comic books of the Golden Age. Greg kicks the series off with an examination of "Captain Future."
Joe Quesada, Ed Brubaker, Brian Michael Bendis, and the whole Marvel crew tackled questions, controversies, and rolled out some surprises during their appearance at this year’s Emerald City ComiCon.
Eager Emerald City ComiCon fans vault a whole spectrum of questions at the teams behind DC’s Green Lantern books, revealing spoilers for a "Brightest Day" DCU while a surprise guest squeezes some potentially juicy info out of Geoff Johns.
Top Cow kicks off the Emerald City ComiCon with creators from Phil Hester to William Harms dropping some unexpected announcements regarding the creative team of "The Darkness," the publisher's next big crossover and more.
CBR spoke with "Hack/Slash" creator Tim Seeley about today's announcement that Cassie Hack, Vlad and the others will be relocating from Devil's Due to Image, starting with an all-new miniseries titled "My First Maniac."
Darkwing Duck is on the attack again in June, courtesy of BOOM! Studios. CBR News spoke with writer Ian Brill about the unique cartoon from the early '90s and his plans for the first four-issue miniseries.
After a pricing glitch last Sunday, Amazon.com has temporarily stopped selling graphic novels from several comic publishers. ROBOT 6 talks to a couple of impacted publishers to see what it means for their business.
Cartoonist Graham Annable has a new collection coming out from Dark Horse Comics in April, and ROBOT 6's Chris Mautner catches up with him on all things Grickle.
Dark Horse has provided previews of titles on sale this week, including Torajiro Kishi's "Devil" #2, "Groo: Hogs of Horder" #4, and "Turok: Son of Stone" Archives vol. 5!
After interviewing editor Mariah Huehner about the announcement of "Girl Comics" two months ago, CSBG's Kelly Thompson read the first issue - find out whether or not it succeeded in living up to her expectations!
The recently exclusive DC superstar offers up his first interpretation of the Dark Knight for the hero's milestone 700th issue, which remains the only creative announcement surrounding the June-shipping book.
"Heroes" comic writer Harrison Wilcox comes to the Marvel U for a series of backups explaining the story of Red She-Hulk and the possible the end of Jen Walters, though he promised that more twists for the Hulk ladies lay ahead.
DC Comics announced today that the "Power Girl" creative team of Jimmy Palmiotti, Justin Gray and Amanda Conner is leaving the book following the release of "Power Girl" #12 in May. Palmiotti spoke with CBR News.
Courtesy of Dynamite, CBR presents a First Look at Matt Wagner and Aaron Campbell's "The Green Hornet: Year One" #1 which will be shipping three weeks early to comic stores, next Wednesday March 17.
CBR News spoke with writer Matt Fraction about his and artist Pasqual Ferry's upcoming run on "Thor," which begins in June and will introduce the Marvel Universe to the 10th World.
The Pacific Northwest's biggest con is running all weekend long and features all kinds of surprises, including a concert that you've gotta see to believe!
It's a special edition of Comic Book Legends Revealed this week, devoted to writer Roger Stern! Learn the shocking original ending to X-Men vs. Avengers! And why, exactly, did Stern stop writing Captain America? Read on and learn...
M. Zachary Sherman divulged details on Radical's newest title, how his experience as a game designer influences his comic writing and why a return to the ways of the Wild West may not be a far-fetched concept.
Marvel finishes out the week with two more students enrolling in "Avengers Academy's" summer session. Coeds Finesse and Hazmat will be a part of the June-launching series written by Christos Gage and illustrated by Mike McKone.
Courtesy of Zenescope Entertainment, CBR presents an exclusive First Look at the covers for the 50th issue of the publisher's "Grimm Fairy Tales," featuring artwork by Angel Medina, Franchesco and Al Rio.
Marvel's Ike Perlmutter joins Forbes list of world billionaires! Barnes & Noble dubs Molly Crabapple's graphic novel "too pornographic"! How much could the Amazon price glitch cost Diamond? Plus much more!
The artist of Marvel's missing-in-action series talks about his WW2-era one-shot "The Twelve: Spearhead" as well as when fans will see the completion of he and J. Michael Straczynski's displaced superhero opus.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale next Wednesday, March 17, including "Dark Avengers" #15, "Hercules: Fall of an Avenger" #1, "Siege" #3, the return of Doop in "Nation X" #4, and many more!
We spoke with James Robinson and Sterling Gates about the four-issue weekly series coming in May and also share their thoughts about Straczynski taking the reins on "Superman" with #701.
When the iPad launches in the United States, the media slate's highly organized e-book app will feature "Comics & Graphic Novels" among its top-tier categories. ROBOT 6 has details.
First Second Books' editorial team takes CBR on a tour of their Spring slate from the new adventure by "Prince of Persia's" Jordan Mechner to historical tales of fanboy spy smashers and much more.
CBR News spoke with writer Jai Nitz to get the inside story on Dynamite Entertainment's upcoming "Kato Origins: Way of the Ninja" series which aims to flesh out the classic Green Hornet sidekick's story.
A ROBOT 6 reader checked in to feature his collection, post-8.8 earthquake, showing a good-natured reaction to the tragedy while offering ideas on how comic fans can help in the Chilean relief effort.
Nothing went wrong, but it's not all right as talented newcomers work with Wade Wilson, Abigail Brand and Thomas Blake to bring whimsy, confidence and hard decisions into a week that celebrates our 7th anniversary.
Guest stars aplenty and a role in an upcoming Marvel event are in the cards for the lunar-themed vigilante, but as writer Gregg Hurwitz explained, Moon Knight may easily crack under the pressure of a superhero career.
James Hunt reviews "DEMO" #2 and gives it a rare 5-star review, saying of Brian Wood and Becky Cloonan's collaboration, "The results are far better, and more re-readable than virtually anything else on the shelves."