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Ryan Lindsay has reviewed "Incognito: Bad Influences" #4 by Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips, giving it a four and a half star rating and saying, "there is so much to enjoy in this issue that you should read it more than once."
They are Marvel's top flight talent and the "Architects" of the Marvel U's future, but on Saturday in Seattle they were panelists subjected to a flurry of questions from an eager audience.
DC Comics rewarded good questions with donuts at ECCC's DC Universe panel. Topics discussed at Saturday's panel included "Flashpoint," "All-Star Wonder Woman" "Action Comics" and much more.
On Saturday afternoon, C.B. Cebulski brought together some of the Marvel Universe's finest for a Q and A session with fans. Panelists included Hickman, Fraction, Bendis, Sankovitch and Brubaker.
Courtesy of Dynamite Entertainment, CBR Presents an extended advance preview of "Jennifer Blood" #2 by Garth Ennis and Adriano Batista. The suburban mom turned vigilante's latest adventure releases March 9, 2011.
Cast and Crew of AMC's "The Walking Dead" assembled at the 28th Annual William S. Paley Television Festival on Friday to tease aspects of the upcoming second season and their first zombie encounters.
The submissions are in and now you have a chance to decide who wins our inaugural comic book script art contest! Along with a public vote, one of the judges will be the writer of the comic in question, Andy Diggle!
ROBOT 6's Chris Arrant takes a look back at creators he loved who have since moved on from monthly comics, and wishes he could see new work by Brian K. Vaughan, Mike Zeck and more.
Ryan Lindsay takes a look at Jeff Parker and Declan Shalvey's "Thunderbolts" #154, giving it four stars and calling the series "the cool kid of the Marvel publishing playground" for its "daring sense of bucking trends."
In a surprise announcement, Dark Horse revealed that longtime "B.P.R.D." mainstay artist Guy Davis will exit the book after more than 50 issues. CBR News caught up with Davis to talk about the future.
After Dark Horse announced the departure of longtime “B.P.R.D.” artist Guy Davis, we spoke with oncoming artist Tyler Crook about his new gig as well as thoughts from the rest of the creative team.
BOOM! Studios has provided CBR with advance looks at new titles on sale March 9, including "Farscape" #17, "Stan Lee's Starborn" #4, an exclusive extended preview of "Insurrection v. 3.6" #1, and more!
Acclaimed Scottish penciller Frank Quitely sat down with Douglas Wolk and a room full of fans at Emerald City Comicon to discuss his past, future, and the trademark qualities of his artwork.
Emerald City Comicon marked the first DC Nation run to be run by EIC Bob Harras. So what did he bring? News about upcoming books, creators Chris Roberson and Sergio Aragones, hints about heroes, and lots of donuts!
ROBOT 6's Chris Mautner looks at six great comic book fight scenes that don't include superheroes -- but do include characters from "Scott Pilgrim," "Lone Wolf and Cub," "Hellboy" and more.
Check out Frank Miller's first two comic book stories in this new month-long feature from CSBG ans be sure to hit the archives for the first stories by George Perez, Jason Aaron and Alex Maleev!
CBR reviewer Doug Zawisza gave DC Comics' "Giant-Size Atom" one-shot a 3.5 star rating, saying, "Throughout the course of this story, [writer Jeff] Lemire invigorates Ray Palmer with some much needed enthusiasm."
At Emerald City Comicon, Dark Horse announced that "Supersized" artist Ron Chan will be illustrating "The Guild: Clara," the third in a series of one-shots focused on Felicia Day's cast of notorious gamers.
DC Comics releases the covers and creators for the first eight "Flashpoint" event tie-in mini series throughout this Flashpoint Friday. UPDATED: Adam Glass and Rodeny Buchemi explore "Flashpoint: Legion of Doom"
In a very special installment of his regular CBR column, Marvel SVP of Publishing Tom Brevoort welcomes Message Border Sighphi to talk pricing, the state of mutants, Spidey's Future Foundationing and more.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR presents an exclusive first look at the final issue of "Punisher: In the Blood" by the team of Rick Remender and Roland Boschi. Frank Castle faces off with Jigsaw Wednesday, March 30!
The editor of the X-line speaks on this week's news and expounds upon the future of the line including the debut of the "Schism" event and teaser as well as word on "X-Factor," "X-Men" and "Astonishing X-Men."
Ron Marz, Bart Sears, Chuck Sellner and more team to create comics based on the weird western world of the roleplaying game "Deadlands." We spoke with Marz and Sellner about the June-debuting series of one-shots.
Jerry Robinson, the man who created the Joker and gave Robin his distinctive look, spoke with CBR News about "The Comics," his definitive history of comic strips and the cultural forces that shaped a medium.
CBR reviewer Greg McElhatton gave Marvel's "Avengers Academy" #10 a 3.5 star review, calling the Christopher Yost scripted series, "a solid, entertaining book month in and month out."
George spent some time at the recently concluded American International Toy Fair and came away with some childhood toy memories rekindled while looking forward to creating new ones in the months ahead.
Reviewer Greg McElhatton gives Erik Larsen's experimental "Herculian" one-shot 3.5 stars, saying, "It's nice to see [Larsen's] talents tackle some different subjects; for the most part, he succeeds."
In the latest installment of X-COMMUNICATED, CBR's in-depth look at Marvel's "Age of X" crossover, Mike Carey joins us for commentary and insight into "X-Men: Legacy" #245, the first chapter of the epic storyline.
You might have heard of the comic book with a hole cut through it -- but have you heard of the one with an actual bullet hole through each copy? Find out this week, along with the true origin of Wolverine's classic costume!
Japanese publishing giant Kodansha Ltd. closing its Kodansha International division! Blizzard rumored to be ending its video-game licenses with Tokyopop! A profile of the late Dwayne McDuffie! More!
Marvel Comics has released an advance look at "Captain America and the Secret Avengers" by Kelly Due DeConnick and Greg Tocchini. The one-shot hits stores March 30.
Award winning cartoonist Carol Tyler spoke with CBR News about the second volume of her family saga, "You'll Never now," her father's experiences in World War II and more.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale next Wednesday including "5 Ronin" #2, "New Avengers" #10, "Onslaught Unleashed" #2, "Sigil" #1, "Venom" #1 and many more.
BOOM! Studios publisher Ross Richie spoke with CBR News about the new kaboom! all-ages line of comics, which includes a new "Peanuts" OGN and an original series by "Muppet Show" cartoonist Roger Langridge.
Doug Zawisza gives "Brightest Day" #21 4 stars, saying Geoff Johns, Peter J. Tomasi and artist Patrick Gleason "let J’onn shine in a furious fashion that is atypical of the Manhunter from Mars."
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "X-Men: Legacy" #246, chapter three of "Age of X" by Mike Carey and Clay Mann with a cover by Leinil Francis Yu. The issue hits stores on March 9.
Courtesy of the Hero Initiative, CBR presents an exclusive First Look at Dean Haspiel, Charlie Adlard and Jerry Ordway's covers for the "Justice League of America" #50 100 Cover Project.
It's the Boy of Steel versus the Fastest Boy Alive in DC Comics' preview for "Superboy" #5 as Jeff Lemire and Pier Gallo detail the face-off between Teen Titans Superboy and Kid Flash! The race begins Wednesday, March 9.
Marvel Comics book-by-book rollout of their new X-Men plans rolls on into Thursday with "Uncanny X-Men" writer Kieron Gillen addressing his plans for the franchise's core from the return to Breakworld to a major "Fear Itself" tie-in.
Good stories about bad people are highlights of a week covered in combat and bathed in bloodshed. Zack Overkill, Wade Wilson and Scandal Savage lead the pack of purchases, making things messy in entertaining ways.