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Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa and artist Sebastian Fiumara give readers a Shakespearean tragedy of godlike proportions when their miniseries "Loki" examines the events of Loki's life through another perspective.
Graphic-novel sales rebound in June! Remembering Harvey Pekar. "Everybody Draw Mohammed Day!" cartoonist put on hit list! Update in Kirby vs. Marvel legal saga! Interviews with Alan Moore and Robert Kirkman!
DC Exclusive Dave Finch takes his intensely detailed art onto interiors full time while also stretching his writing muscles in the all new monthly "Batman: The Dark Knight" following a Grant Morrison-scripted kick-off.
CBR's review staff looked at 18 titles from last week's new releases, including "Young Allies" #2, "I, Zombie" #3, "The Great Ten" #9, "Gødland" #32, a 4.5 star review for "Hawkeye & Mockingbird" #2 and more!
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Punisher MAX: Happy Ending" by Peter Milligan and Juan Jose Ryp. The one-shot hits stores Wednesday, August 4.
Tim reflects on the impact of Gabriel Ba and Fabio Moon on the comics industry and identifies where the current DC House Style comes from, all the while considering how it relates to a special country called Brazil.
Marvel has announced a new Comics for Comics exchange program, this time targeting their own titles and allowing retailers to strip their covers with the goal of receiving a Deadpool "Wolverine" #1 variant.
The man behind the long-running minicomic "King Cat Comics and Stories," John Porcellino spoke with CBR about his new Drawn and Quarterly published collection, Zen Buddhism, Henry David Thoreau and life on tour.
James Hunt gave "Steve Rogers: Super Soldier" #1 a 4-star review, saying that Ed Brubaker and Dale Eaglesham's new title is "an enjoyable, fast-paced read and one that seems to embody the spirit of the Heroic Age"
Dynamite Entertainment has provided CBR with advance looks at new comics on sale this Wednesday, July 14, including "The Green Hornet: Year One" #4, "Robocop" #5, "Pat Lee's Widow Warriors" #1 and more.
Marvel Comics has released an advance look at "The Incredible Hulk" #611 featuring the climax to "World War Hulks" as depicted by writer Greg Pak and artist Paul Pelletier. The issue smashes into stores August 11.
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents a preview of "Batman" #701 by Grant Morrison and Tony Daniel and an exclusive preview of "Batgirl" #12 by Bryan Q. Miller and Lee Garbett. Both issues hit stores July 14.
Strong leads made last week a winner as Casanova Quinn, Deadshot, Steve Rogers, Socialist Red Guardsman, Matt Murdock, Damian Wayne, Bobbi Morse and more arrived to make new comics worth reading.
The acclaimed creator of "American Splendor" has passed away at 70, leaving behind an unparalleled body of work and a legacy as one of modern comics most unlikely advocates in the mainstream.
Charlie Huston and artist Juan Jose Ryp introduce Wolverine to a new and dangerous villain when the ongoing series "Wolverine: The Best There Is" debuts, featuring a cast culled from 70 years of Marvel history.
At the fore of Dynamite Entertainment's relaunch of Jack Kirby's personal projects will be the team that helped redefine Marvel Comics history in the '90s - Alex Ross and Kurt Busiek. Ross gave us the early details.
The 2010 Harvey Awards Nominees have been announced with the release of the final ballot which includes Jason Aaron, Geoff Johns, Frank Quitely, Darwyn Cooke, "Chew," "Irredeemable" and more.
Marvel Comics has released an advance preview of "Shadowland" #1 written by Andy Diggle with art by Billy Tan and a cover by John Cassaday. The issue descends upon stores Wednesday, August 4.
Courtesy of Dark Horse, CBR presents an exclusive 11-page preview of "Fear Agent" #28, the first issue of the final chapter by Rick Remender, Tony Moore, Mike Hawthorne and John Lucas. The issue blasts off July 21.
Actor Edward Norton's agent responds to Marvel Studios comments about Norton not being included in the upcoming "The Avengers," saying the statement was "“offensive” and "purposely misleading."
Timothy Callahan gave the first issue of "Shadowland" 3 stars, saying of the Andy Diggle written and Billy Tan illustrated comic, "Everything with Bullseye in 'Shadowland' #1 works well. And there's plenty of it."
We're halfway through the Year of Cool Comics at CSBG, and this weekend is the perfect time to find out which titles have been featured so far! Hey - you might just discover your new favorite series!
As the X-Men tackle vampires in the new "X-Men"" #1, ROBOT 6's Carla Hoffman looks at the new series, its relation to the current vampire phenomenon and the X-Men's history with Dracula.
With Comic-Con International in San DIego less than two weeks away, and the schedule for the show finally revealed, this week’s SPiNOFF question is a simple one: What are you most looking forward to from the show?
Greg McElhatton gave "Hellboy: The Storm" #1 4.5 stars saying of the Mike Mignola and Duncan Fegredo produced comic, "[I]t's great to see "Hellboy" not only still being published, but at such a high quality to boot"
In the latest installment of ILYBYS, see Wonder Woman team-up with younger versions of herself in an "impossible" tale that involves Wonder Tot tickling a bad guy into submission and Wonder Girl making fat jokes!
Citing series like "Starman" and "Hitman," ROBOT 6's Tom Bondurant looks back at several DC characters and teams that he felt might have benefited from retirement, including Captain Atom and the Doom Patrol.
CBR is proud to present a new weekly feature with Marvel VP Executive Editors Tom Brevoort & Axel Alonso with a first installment looking inside Marvel Editorial, the idea of too much Deadpool and two new project announcements.
Marvel Comics has released Joe Quesada's Mary Jane-themed variant cover for "Amazing Spider-Man" #639, the second chapter in the Quesada written "One Moment In Time" storyline. The issue hits stores August 4.
NBM publisher Terry Nantier spoke with CBR News about the company's upcoming plans involving The Smurfs and Disney Fairies, Rick Geary and Nicolas de Crecy, classic comic reprints and much, much more.
Dark Horse Comics has provided CBR with an exclusive First Look at Jim Shooter's next Gold Key project, "Turok, Son of Stone," featuring art by Eduardo Francisco and a cover by Raymond Swanland.
Director Chris Columbus is rumored to have been tapped by Warner Bros. to step behind the camera of the studios' latest relaunch of the Superman film franchise in 2012. SPINOFF has the details.
Timothy Callahan reviewed "Scarlet" #1, Brian Michael Bendis and Alex Maleev's creator-owned Icon title, giving the debut 4.5 stars saying that the comic "feels personal and passionate, from cover to cover."
Courtesy of Moonstone Books, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Black Bat Doubleshot: Black Death" #1 by Mike Bullock and Michael Metcalf. The noir-style comic hits stores in September.
CBLR gets to the bottom of the Superman/Seinfeld connection! Also, are those drug references we see in the pages of..."Aquaman?" All this, plus the origin of John Ostrander: comic book character, await you within!
Has the advent of DC, Marvel and other publishers making content available through iTunes caused you to buy or consider buying an iPad to take your collection digital? CBR wants to know!
Marvel Comics has released a teaser image for "X-Men" #2 which asks - and answers - the question, "Just how bad is the X-Men's vampire problem?" The issue goes on sale Wednesday, August 11.
We spoke with Simone Bianchi about the September releasing "Thor: For Asgard" which afforded the artist the opportunity to employ his signature style to tell a tale of epic fantasy in the Mighty Marvel Manner.
Marvel Comics has released an advance preview for "Namor: The First Mutant" #1, written by Stuart Moore and illustrated by Ariel Olivetti with covers by Jae Lee and Joe Quesada. The first issue rises on August 25.
We spoke Andy Schmidt about his creator-owned miniseries "5 Days to Die," which ships weekly in September and follows a mortally-wounded cop faced with an impossible choice, a situation Schmidt finds oddly familiar.