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A parent in a suburb of Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minnesota, has filed a complaint with the school district objecting to the content in the fourth volume of Jeff Smith's Bone series citing drinking, gambling and sexual overtones.
Acclaimed illustrator Ryan Sook took CBR News behind the scenes and shared his work process as the monthly cover artist for "Magdalena," the new Top Cow series from writer Ron Marz and artist Nelson Blake II.
It's All King Kirby Week! Learn how Marvel changed Kirby's original Black Panther design! See what appearance by the King himself was edited out of a comic! And did Spidey get a black costume to keep Kirby from suing Marvel?
Comic book legend John Romita Jr. stopped by the CBR TV studio to talk about the current Kick-Ass phenomenon, his upcoming work on Avengers with Brian Michael Bendis, how his father feels about his work and more.
With Bucky Barnes wielding the shield of Captain America, the original red, white and blue Marvel hero carries on in "Steve Rogers: Super-Soldier." We spoke with Ed Brubaker about the hero's new mission.
Ron Zimmerman divulged details on his upcoming limited series, from being a celebrity in the Wild West to who makes the cut when the Rawhide Kid assembles a first gun-slinging hero team.
Swedish vampire love story "Let the Right One In" is coming to comics, courtesy of Dark Horse, as "Let Me In," reflecting the upcoming American film's title. Scott Allie spoke with CBR about the announcement.
Timothy Callahan reviewed Geoff Johns and Francis Manapul's "The Flash" #1, giving the issue 3.5 stars, calling the first new Barry Allen ongoing in decades "a faced-paced, dynamic relaunch...it's off to a nice start."
SPINOFF's Jeffrey Renaud spoke with Matt Smith, the newest Doctor Who, about Smith's series co-stars, the world of international celebrity, previous doctors, bow ties and much more.
IDW Publishing has struck a deal with Hasbro to publish several new comic series based on the popular "Dungeons & Dragons" franchise, starting with a #0 issue in August, 2010.
Garth Ennis' apocalyptic zombie series, "Crossed," is making fast tracks in Hollywood with Kevin Spacey's Trigger Street Productions taking a page from the "Kick-Ass" playbook to self-finance a big screen adaptation.
In their new creator-owned "Scarlet," from Marvel' Icon imprint, Brian Michael Bendis and Alex Maleev take readers to a world where one woman's decision to fight back against a corrupt system has global repercussions.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale next Wednesday, April 21, including "DoomWar" #3 "Dark Wolverine" #85, "Firestar" #1, "Ultimate Comics Spider-Man" #9 and more!
Incoming artist on "The Flash," Francis Manapul spoke with CBR News about what it takes to make the Fastest Man Alive move into the future visually, while Geoff Johns teased his mysterious epic "Flashpoint."
The legendary children's television producers are on a mission to revive concepts created by the King of Comics - Marty Krofft & Jack Spears opened up about their plans with an exclusive look at unseen Kirby art.
Steven Grant takes "Kick-Ass" out for a test drive and kicks the tires, declaring it the best superhero film to date with Chloe Moretz's performance "as close to a revelation as anything I've seen on film in years."
Alex Dueben filed his report for the 2010 MoCCA festival that was held last week in New York City, featuring a panel headlined by Pope, Miller, Baker, Haspiel and Hernandez, a Scandinavian artist invasion and more.
DC Comics have announced that Don Kramer and Michael Babinski are the art team joining J. Michael Straczynski on "Wonder Woman" when the writer begins his run. Oh, and they're destroying the Amazon Princess' home.
Good times this week, as Loki does what he does best, Rose Red stays in bed and a group of young people strike a blow for freedom millions of miles away. The event comics may droop, but they can't bring the week down.
Actor-comedian Patton Oswalt spoke with CBR about his Dark Horse one-shot, "Serenity: Float Out," eulogizing the popular character Wash from Joss Whedon's "Firefly" through the eyes of three friends.
PropWorx CEO Alec Peters spoke with SPINOFF'S Josh Wigler about the Hollywood memorabilia auction house's big "Iron Man" movie prop auction taking place during this weekend's C2E2 show.
Dynamite Entertainment has announced the return of artist Pat Lee to comics with "Widow Warriors," a new series based on the legendary Chinese women warriors of the Yang Family.
The iPad screen-grab feature makes it easy to snap a high-resolution image of whatever appears on its screen – including pages from your digital comic books and ebooks.
Courtesy of Top Cow, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Magdalena" #1 by writer Ron Marz, artist Nelson Blake II and a cover by Ryan Sook. The issue hits stores Wednesday, April 28.
With the release of "Brightest Day" #0 and "The Flash" #1 this week, what better time to check in with Geoff Johns for this latest installment of GEOFF JOHNS PRIME?
Today's "We are the X-Men" teaser from Marvel is sure to get fan speculation flowing as it features not only the recently returned Nate "X-Man" Grey, but also what appears to be a rather vampiric Jubilee!
The creator of the sword-wielding, hell-bound dame of destruction Brian Pulido returns to an all-new Lady Death series as Avatar publisher William Christensen prepares a new company to release it.
Ben McCool and Nikki Cook's "Memoir" features wide-scale memory loss, a town filled with secrets and the Son of God. The creators spoke with CBR and shared and exclusive first look the eerie new Image miniseries.
As the first C2E2 gears up, a look at the Con Wars! Apple rejected iPhone app from Pulitzer-winning cartoonist! What could the iPad mean to indie comics? More on the Four-Dollar Era! Larry Hama's return to "G.I. Joe"! Plus more!
Doug Zawisza reviewed "Brightest Day" #0, giving the Geoff Johns/Peter Tomasi-written series opener 4.5 stars saying that they "deliver a fine introduction that gives any reader a chance to step right in on the ground floor."
A coalition of heroes from Booster Gold and Rip Hunter to Superman and Green Lantern go on the search for Bruce Wayne in the upcoming "Time Masters: Vanishing Point" mini series from writer artist Dan Jurgens.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Ultimate Comics Avengers" #6 by the creative team of Mark Millar and Carlos Pacheco. The issue hits stores next Wednesday, April 21.
CBR is proud to unveil our latest feature: the CBR Comic Hubs, where we collect all the articles, previews and reviews we have on your favorite characters in one convenient place, including Iron Man, Green Lantern and more!
CBR debuts a new regular feature focusing on DC Comics Dark Knight as well as a full-service Batman Hub for his fans. We kick it off with an extensive interview with Editor Mike Marts on the future of the entire Bat line!
Doug Zawisza reviewed the first issue of Marvel's new "Black Widow" ongoing by Marjorie Liu and Daniel Acuña and gave it 4 stars, calling it, "a strong start to a...series for a character that should be Marvel's flagship female lead."
While fandom prepares for the promised throwdowns and revelations at hand in "World War Hulks," the writing trio of Jeph Loeb, Greg Pak and Jeff Parker prepare for a pirate Hulkpool and other wild adventures of Marvel heroes gone Hulky.
We spoke with Michael Uslan about writing the first part for the two new series spinning out of the bestselling "Archie Marries Veronica/Betty" storyline, plus exclusive Norm Breyfogle "Marries Veronica" art.
Marvel revealed today that Valkyrie and Moon Knight have been revealed to be Secret Avengers joining War Machine and Beast on the all-new May-debuting Avengers series by Ed Brubaker and Mike Deodato.
British television superstar Jonathan Ross stopped by the CBR TV studios to discuss his and Tommy Lee Edwards' new Image series, "Turf," talk about the origins of the title, his lifelong obsession with comics and much more.
Marc Andreyko scales Olympus with "Pantheon," in which the gods of myth return with mysterious purpose in a near-future world. The series, co-created with "The Shield" star Michael Chiklis, debuts this week from IDW.