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Tom Brevoort returns for a jam-packed Q&A announcing the return of a lost Mark Waid comic, discussing the "Spider-Girl" cancellation and dissecting the American Panther teaser with a new piece of art.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale next Wednesday including "Annihilators" #2, "Deadpool Family" #1, "Fear Itself" #1, "Uncanny X-Men" #534.1 and many more.
With the final issue in stores next week, Dynamite Entertainment has provided the full first issue of "Raise the Dead 2" by Mike Raicht and Guiu Vilanova based on a story by Leah Moore and John Reppion.
In today's installment of X-COMMUNICATED, CBR's in-depth look at the "Age of X," writer Mike Carey joins us for commentary and inside info on "New Mutants" #23, a mind bending issue full of twists, turns and reveals.
Doug Zawisza gives "Amazing Spider-Man" #657 a rare 5 star review, calling writer Dan Slott's story, drawn by several artists, "fun, emotional, and memorable, worthy of reading, re-reading and sharing."
This week, we head to the movies as our artists draw your suggestions of mash-ups of comic book characters and Oscar-winning films. The Joker Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest? Ghost RIder in Ben-Hur? M.O.D.O.K. Gump?
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Heroes for Hire" #5 by Dan Abnett, Andy Lanning and Robert Atkins. The Punisher crashes the H4H party on Wednesday, April 6.
It's a mediocre week overall with only Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips' noirish "Incognito: Bad Influences" finale making The Buy Pile's final cut, leaving the rest of the new comics sitting on the racks.
Writer Ron Marz and artist Lee Moder launch the brand new creator owned series from Image Comics "Shinku," which takes readers on a blood-filled gore tour of the underground world of samurai vampires.
Ryan K. Lyndsay gives "Detective Comics" #875 4.5 stars, calling the Commissioner Gordon-centric story by Scott Snyder and Francesco Frankavilla, "Snyder’s strongest issue yet in Gotham City."
"Fables" creator and writer Bill Willingham spun tales of childhood revelations and talked about his favorite characters from the popular Vertigo comic series during his recent C2E2 spotlight panel.
Have a query for Marvel Comics Chief Creative Officer Joe Quesada? Then head on over to the CBR Message Boards for a chance to have him reveal the secrets of comics, TV and movies on video at WonderCon.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Avengers: Children's Crusade" #5 from the acclaimed team of Allan Heinberg and Jim Cheung. The hunt for the Scarlet Witch continues on April 6!
Four men face life in prison in death of elderly comic collector! Jay Kennedy Memorial Scholarship winner announced! Erik Larsen partners in new comic store! Bomb squad called to comic shop!
"Noble Causes" and "Dynamo 5" creator Jay Faerber returns to Image Comics with "Near Death," a new series set in the world of crime and killers rather than one filled with capes and cowls.
The writer of "Action Comics" brings all his major threads home as Lex Luthor's quest collides with the attack of Superman's killer and Paul Cornell explains how his Man of Steel will take charge and stay human.
Writer Mike Bullock gave CBR News the lion's share of info on the upcoming threequel that continues the story of a boy and his stuffed toys protecting children everywhere from the evil Beasties.
Writer Scott Snyder spoke with CBR TV's Kiel Phegley at C2E2 about the upcoming WWII arc in his creator-owned "American Vampire" and its spinoff miniseries, the themes and future of "Detective Comics" and much more.
Hero Initiative has provided CBR with the complete gallery of their New Avengers-themed fundraiser featuring art from Alan Davis, Walt Simonson, John Byrne, Adam Kubert, Mike Deodato, Amanda Conner and more.
DC Comics has released a preview for "Green Arrow" #10 by the creative team of J.T. Krul and Diogenes Neves. Oliver Queen's world becomes even more complicated in the issue, hitting stores today.
This May, writer Sean McKeever and artist Mike Norton reunite several members of the Initiative program for "Fear Itself: Youth in Revolt." CBR News spoke with McKeever about his plans for the miniseries.
Marvel has released an advance look at "Captain America" #617, the start of a new arc by writer Ed Brubaker and artists Butch Guice, Mike Deodato and Chris Samnee. The new storyline begins Wednesday April 27.
Marvel Comics has released a trailer for "Fear Itself," the publishers upcoming universe-spanning event miniseries by Matt Fraction and Stuart Immonen. The Marvel Universe will know fear next Wednesday, April 6.
Daughter of "Asterix" co-creator seeks to have father declared incompetent! WonderCon attracting more films studios and TV networks! The strange tale of Rob Granito! Plus much more!
It's New Comics Day in the States, and CBR has more than 60 previews of new titles on sale today from Marvel Comics, DC Comics, Dark Horse, IDW, Image Comics, BOOM! Studios, Dynamite, Bluewater and more!
Writers Marjorie Liu and Daniel Way stop in for their final tag team X-POSITION and spill on the secret of Daken's characterization and a potentially cool team-up! All this, plus exclusive art and a surprise guest!
Augie enjoys another edition of the "Modern Master" series, this time dedicated to Jeff Smith. Then there are this week's disappointments, from "Mars Needs Moms" to "Wizard" to "The Mission."
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Gotham City Sirens" #21 by the creative team of Peter Calloway and Andres Guinaldo with a cover by Guillem March. Harley takes the spotlight on March 30.
Marvel Comics has released an advance look at Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips' new ICON series, "Criminal: Last of the Innocent." The acclaimed creative team's new series hits stores in June.
Jim Zubkavich speaks and drinks with Kiel Phegley, discussing the origins behind his current hit Image title, "Skull Kickers," while writer Cullen Bunn talks with Kiel about his current projects at Oni Press and Marvel
CSBG's Third Annual DC/Marvel Character Tournament is still running, and now they're down to the Elite Eight! Come vote to see who makes it past this round to move on to the Final Four!
The always candid creative team of Mike Carey and Peter Gross share their thoughts on why a great villain is crucial to a great story and discuss volume 3 of “The Unwritten,” out now from Vertigo.
ROBOT 6's Tim O'Shea spoke with "Teen Titans" artist Nicola Scott about this week's debut of new character Solstice, working with writers J.T Krul and Gail Simone, being a character-driven artist and more.
"Hack/Slash" creator Tim Seeley spoke with CBR about the state of the Image Comics ongoing title, a grand unified theory for slashers, new back-up story "Hoax Hunters," the status of the movie projects and more.
Last week, CBR reviewers looked at over two dozen new releases, weighing in with their thoughts on "Daredevil Reborn" #3, "New York Five" #3, "Justice League: Generation Lost" #22 and more!
CBR News spoke with writer Christos Gage about his "Astonishing X-Men" story launching in May, his different take on the alien race known as the Brood, reuniting Kitty Pryde with Lockheed and much more.
Image Comics superstar and his latest talent finds Brandon Seifert and Lukas Ketner explain the secrets of June's "Witch Doctor" which combines the cocky jerk archetype of medical dramas with the creeping monsters of horror.
In preparation for this season's Marvel and DC crossover events, Tim and special guest Graeme McMillan discuss the glory days of event books from years past: "Legends," "Millennium" and "Invasion!"
Marvel has given CBR an exclusive look at what is presumably the Black Panther's next identity: American Panther. T'Challa will adopt the new look as a result of events stemming from "Fear Itself."
"Supernatural" writer/producer Adam Glass spoke with CBR about writing the framing story for this spring's "JLA 80-Page Giant," his longtime love of the DCU, taking on the Legion of Doom in "Flashpoint" and more.