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As Dynamite’s futuristic sci-fi hero’s journey comes to a close with issue #12, writer Scott Beatty reveals a bit about the closing story and Buck’s future in comics. Plus, read the entire first issue right here on CBR.
Courtesy of Radical Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Aladdin: Legacy of the Lost" #2, in stores tomorrow from the team of Ian Edginton, Stjepan Sejic and Patrick Reilly.
The comics and prose publisher takes a cue from the classic Van Williams/Bruce Lee TV series for their incoming collection of Green Hornet short stories by talents from Harlan Ellison to Denny O'Neil, with a unique crime fiction take.
In "Avengers Prime," Steve Rogers, Tony Stark and Thor try to heal the wounds between them, and in "New Avengers," the team finds its place in the Heroic Age. We spoke with Brian Michael Bendis about both books.
Comic-Con International 2010 has officially sold out, a full two months ahead of last year's sell-out date, after the remaining Sunday memberships were purchased yesterday, late Monday afternoon. ROBOT 6 has all the details.
CBR's crack review staff looked at over twenty new titles that arrived in stores last week, including "The Marvel's Project," #7, "Superman" #698, "Secret Warriors" #14, "Thunderbolts" #142 and plenty more!
Another of the hundred copies of "Action Comics" #1 known to exist has changed hands to the tune of $1,500,000, setting yet another new record price for a single issue of a comic book. ROBOT 6 has details.
Courtesy of Top Cow, CBR presents an 8-page preview of "Impaler" #5, the reimagining of the legend of Vlad Tepes' from writer William Harms and artist Matt Timson. "Impaler" #5 will hit stores this Wednesday, March 31.
Chad Nevett reviewed the latest issue of "Captain America" and gave the issue 4 stars saying of the Ed Brubaker/Butch Guice-helmed story's plot, "It’s big and crazy in that classic supervillain kind of way and works perfectly."
If comics can do it, why can't reviews? That's what Tim asks when he takes on the challenge of the 'Retcon Review,' examining some should've-been-great comics of the past from the likes of Shooter, Loeb and Starlin
In the first of a two-part interview, Judd Winick shared details about his new Jason Todd projects: the six-issue miniseries "Red Hood: Lost Days" for DC Comics and the "Batman: Under the Red Hood" animated film.
CBR's Timothy Callahan reviews "The Guild" #1 by Felicia Day and Jim Rugg, giving it four and a a half stars, saying that Day's "authorial voice shines through in this opening issue, giving us laugh-out-loud funny bits of narration and dialogue."
IDW and EA are launching a new ongoing "Dragon Age" comic series based on the popular roleplaying game. Series co-writer Aaron Johnston spoke with CBR this week about how the book will tie into the "Dragon Age" universe.
DC Comics has released a preview of "Justice League of America" #43 featuring James Robinson and Mark Bagley exploring the ramifications of Green Arrow's recent actions. The issue hits stands this Wednesday.
Courtesy of Dynamite Entertainment, CBR brings you previews of Kevin Smith's "Green Hornet" #2, "Legendary Talespinners" #3, and 28 pages from the "Army of Darkness Omnibus!"
Michigan student suspended over manga-inspired "death note"! ComicsPRO honors Paul Levitz and Carol Kalish! Last Gasp Books turns 40! Fans and friends of Frank Frazetta gather for candlelight vigil! Plus more!
In our fourth installment of STORMING HEAVEN, we welcome back writer Brian Michael Bendis for some insider commentary and insight on the penultimate issue of Marvel' Avengers event series, "Siege" #3.
Bryan Singer a "First Class" director no more. Two "Losers" talk up the film. "The Walking Dead" finds its first cast member. Also, "Green Lantern" on a college campus and more.
After their unprecedented move to promote IDW Publishing to Premier Publisher, Diamond's VP of Purchasing Bill Schanes tells CBR what specific business practices helped the company move to the front of Previews and more.
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CSBG's Greg Hatcher had a booth at Emerald City Comic Con, where he had a reunion of the former members of his cartooning class along with his current students all to help raise money to keep his school's cartooning class!
In her latest installment of SHE HAS NO HEAD, Kelly Thompson discusses "X-23" #1 and whether or not today's comic book companies know how to create a comic that can appeal to adults and teen girls.
Join CSBG's Greg Burgas as he tries to back up the controversial position that acclaimed writer Kurt Busiek actually ruined superhero comics as far as Marvel and DC Comics are concerned.
The legendary penciler, inker and executive Dick Giordano has died, leaving behind a legacy of professionalism and reinvention across the comic book industry and superhero genre. Updated
ROBOT 6 wraps up a trio of wrestling-themed posts by talking to the creators of the webcomic 'Yon Kuma,' which underwent a name change as it became available on mobile devices.
Will Shawn Michaels retire? Will Cena win the title? Will Rey Mysterio dress as a superhero? ROBOT 6 talks to various comics pros and bloggers to get their opinions on tomorrow's Wrestlemania card.
With Wrestlemania looming large tomorrow, ROBOT 6 kicks off the first of three posts that showcase the comics/wrestling connection. Up first is a chat with 'WWE Heroes' writer Keith Champagne.
This spring, writer Antony Johnston will be giving Marvel Comics "Daredevil" his due with two projects; the ongoing "DD" series which he co-writes with Andy Diggle, and a one-shot titled "Daredevil: Cage Match."
This week, discover Mary Marvel's almost sapphic origin! Plus, did Jack Kirby envision the Thing as having dinosaur hide? And be sure to check out the odd way that the Phantom was colored for the first two decades of his history!
Howard Chaykin's controversial series sees a new life at Dynamite, bringing its sexed-up story of vampires, pornography and classic noir stylings back to the limelight without the stigma that originally followed it.
Image Comics wraps up their week of Guardians of the Globe reveals with news that veteran Guardian Bulletproof will be included in this latest iteration of Robert Kirkman's superteam.
The "Doctor Solar/Magnus, Robot Fighter" FCBD comic will introduce Dark Horse's new take on the classic Gold Key characters. And it's free! We spoke with Jim Shooter, Dennis Calero and Bill Reinhold about the issue.
This weekend sees the third annual Comicpalooza in Houston, a show that has grown considerably from it's origin as a small event in a movie theater lobby in 2008 to this year's 3-day convention center setting.
The 2010 DC/Marvel Character Tournament at Comics Should Be Good has now reached the Sweet Sixteen! Click through to vote and ensure that your favorite comic book character will advance to the Elite 8!
Courtesy of Dynamite Entertainment, CBR presents an exclusive First Look at covers for "Kato Origins" #2 and "The Green Hornet Strikes" #2 by John Cassaday.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale next Wednesday, March 31, including "Cloak and Dagger" #1, "Dark Wolverine" #84, "She-Hulk Sensational," and more!
CBR spoke with Brian Reed about his "Siege: Spider-Man" one-shot and his "Amazing Spider-Man Presents: American Son" miniseries which will follow the adventures of Harry Osborn in a post-Dark Reign Marvel Universe.
The voice talent of DreamWorks' upcoming "How To Train Your Dragon" sat down to discuss their contribution to the film, the challenge of performing with only a voice, the careful use of Scottish accents and more.
Chad Nevett reviewed the latest issue of BOOM! Studios "The Incredibles" and gave the Mark Waid/Landry Walker co-scripted comic 4 stars saying it "manages to combine old fashioned superhero fun with modern sensibilities."
There are weeks when you love comics...and weeks you just kind of slough through it. Unfortunately, this week is the latter. Event comics may make legends in their own mind, but in the trenches it's just the facts.