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Amazon poised for another publisher standoff! The aftermath of the Comic-Con hotel lottery! Pioneering retailer Joe Sarno passes away! Will the Handley sentencing affect publishers' business decisions? Plus more!
Writer Jason Aaron shares details about "Scalp's" early influences, why he loves his leading men – Bad Horse and Red Crow – and why the "Unwanted" arc will leave another lead character with some very difficult choices.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale next Wednesday, March 24, including "Captain America" #604, "New Avengers" #63, "Thor" #608, and many more!
On the heels of multiple DC Comics projects, writer J. Michael Straczynski prepares an original, creator-owned graphic novel set within the DCU focusing on a super hospital in Gotham City and speaks EXCLUSIVELY with CBR about the book.
The new creative team for DC's Kryptonian cousin is announced as Judd Winick and "The Shield" cover artist Sami Basri come on for "Power Girl" with plans to tie the series to the upcoming "Justice League: Generation Lost" comic.
We spoke with novelist and Center for Cartoon Studies instructor Sarah Stewart Taylor about her recently released first graphic novel exploring pioneering aviator Amelia Earhart's famous journey across the Atlantic.
Adam Beechen shares some more details on the “Batman Beyond” mini series announced yesterday, including which other characters we may see besides Bruce Wayne and Terry McGinnis and where the series is set in terms of DCU and DCAU continuity.
Senior Editor Scott Allie hosted a simple presentation about the upcoming year for Dark Horse, including announcements about Buffy, Serenity, Robert Rodriguez and Patton Oswalt.
As with last year, CSBG's Brian Cronin is pitting comics biggest characters up against each other in a bracket-style tournament to see who's best, but will Batman win again or will another character dominate come the final four?
"The Oddly Compelling Art of Denis Kitchen" arrives from Dark Horse in June, celebrating the creative side of one of the comics industry's most influential publishers. CBR News spoke with Kitchen about the book and his of forty years in comics.
Tales of war and justice lead off this Week of Winning, even while most gamma irradiated, green-themed comics stunk and former teen heroes whine far more than they punch and Iris would be good...on TV, if not in comics.
A string of seemingly joking Image teasers herald a new series for Robert Kirkman's "Invincible" superteam, but is it for real? As we investigate, check ROBOT 6 for pics of everyone from Spawn to President Obama.
Marvel has released five more "Iron Man by Design" variants that will be gracing the covers of the company's titles hitting stores in April, featuring re-imagined Iron Man designs by Skottie Young and others.
Writer Matt Wagner explores the mystical fringes of the DC Universe in "Madame Xanadu," and CBR caught up with him for a spell to talk about his newest story arc in the life of Vertigo's fortune-telling madame.
Inside you'll find the sales estimates for comics and trade paperbacks in February 2010. Sales are down overall from last month, with DC Comics in both the top comic and TPB spots with "Blackest Night" and "Fables."
Image has provided CBR with a first look at cover artwork and solicitation information for new comics shipping in June, including "Haunt," "Invincible" and extended previews for "The Bulletproof Coffin" and "Dust Wars."
April sees the release of "Resistance" from First Second Books, exploring life in Nazi-occupied France through the eyes of three children. CBR News spoke with writer Carla Jablonski about the book, the first in a trilogy.
In an unprecedented move, Diamond Comic Distributors has named IDW a premier publisher – the first such announcement since 1996 – moving the comics house to the front of Previews with a slew of benefits.
The artist behind "Seven Soldiers: Klarion The Witchboy" reteams with Grant Morrison for an arc with Dick Grayson and Damian Wayne starting in June as DC announces the full artistic lineup for "The Return of Bruce Wayne."
Marvel Comics has provided CBR with an EXCLUSIVE first look at pages from next week's "Uncanny X-Men" #522 by Matt Fraction and Whilce Portacio, featuring the long-awaited return of Kitty Pryde.
The chart-topping video game's comic adaptation zooms along with Dark Horse Comics providing CBR an exclusive first look at "Mass Effect: Redemption" #4 with Liara T'Soni's savage battle in the spotlight.
The artist behind Scott Snyder and Stephen King's new blood-sucking Vertigo monthly explains why he had to let his art grow up and what it takes to make vampires dirty, classy, bestial and sexy.
The "ShadowHawk" creator spoke with CBR News about bringing back the original back breaker, Paul Johnstone, in a new ongoing series written by Dan Wickline and illustrated by Tone Rodriguez.
As Hope’s time-hopping travels come to an end, the writer of “Cable” joins X-POSITION to share a bit of what’s coming in “X- Men: Second Coming” and Nathan Summers's reunion with Deadpool in the series finale. Plus, exclusive art!
Just in time for the animated "Under The Hood" DVD, writer Judd Winick returns to the life of resurrected Robin Jason Todd with "The Red Hood: The Lost Days," a six-issue mini series.
Writer Brandon Jerwa creates his own "Stargate" Ocean’s Eleven in Dynamite’s upcoming miniseries, splitting time between a major heist and its unintended consequences.
CSBG's Chad Nevett enters the ring with the writer of Titan's "WWE Heroes" comic book series for a no hold's barred interview about heels, faces, action and wrestling's all time greats.
CBR's Doug Zawisza awards the latest installment of Brian Bendis and Olivier Coipel's Asgard-storming event four stars calling it "a nice reset for event books: short, intense, and filled with great characters."
Retailers on the effects of recession, $3.99 cover prices and "event fatigue"! Manga sales see historic drop in Japan! More on C2E2 and Fantagraphics' manga line! Scott Snyder talks "American Vampire"! Plus more!
Marvel Comics has provided CBR with an EXCLUSIVE first look preview at Mark Millar and Steve McNiven's next Icon series – the fast-paced, in your face supervillain thriller "Nemesis."
The publisher behind Red Sonja, The Green Hornet and other classic properties acquires the '70s vampire vixen lock, stock and barrel from its longtime home of Harris Publications with plans for future comics.
It's New Comics Day here in the United States, and CBR has more than fifty previews of titles hitting stores today from Marvel, DC Comics, Image Comics, Dark Horse, BOOM! Studios, Dynamite and more!
Legendary science fiction author and dedicated comics buff Harlan Ellison tells the tale of how a complicated story for Moonstone's upcoming "Green Hornet Chronicles" prose anthology turned into an artistic mission statement.
Man of Action, the comics creative collective behind hit kids show "Ben 10," screened a preview of their new Cartoon Network animated series "Generator Rex" and discussed their Comic-Con origins.
Will digital comics hurt comic book conventions? Augie doesn't think so, and he makes his case this week. Also, it's Pipeline #666 and you know what that means! The Devil shows up.
In a panel this past weekend at Emerald City ComiCon, C.B. Cebulski, Colleen Coover, Jeff Parker and Christina Strain agreed: the easy way to a Marvel Comics career is to work really, really hard.
DC Comics Senior Story Editor Ian Sattler filled in for Dan Didio, leading Emerald City ComiCon attendees and writers Eric Trautmann and James Robinson in a wandering, freeform conversation.
Fabian Nicieza and Ramon Bachs put the bearer of the Suit of Sorrows through the paces as new Azrael Michael Lane confronts the memories of his predecessors as well as the Order of St. Dumas.
As Captain America confronts the crazy 1950s Cap, the "Heroic Age" beckons with Baron Zemo Vs. Bucky Barnes. CBR spoke with Editor Tom Brevoort about the future of the series with an EXCLUSIVE first look at issue #604.
In an advanced review, CBR's Timothy Callahan awards the Scott Snyder/Stephen King/Rafael Albuquerque Vertigo launch four stars, saying "the first issue feels layered. It feels literary. And yet still wonderfully nasty."