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Kelly Thompson gives "Glory" #23 4 stars calling Joe Keatinge and Ross Campbell's relaunch of the Extreme Studios title "some of the most innovative and ballsy work comics has seen for a long time."
"Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark" producers have settled with ousted director Julie Taymor, who will receive $9,750 a week in royalties as part of the settlement.
Marvel's week of Next Big Thing press conference calls continues with Jonathan Hickman, Sam Humphries and editor Sana Amanat on the next arc of "Ultimate Comics: Ultimates." Humphries will co-write the series beginning with #10.
Peter Parker spins into another great comic book while winds blow wild in "Fables." The Legion tries hard, The Rock roadblocks his way into the franchise and Optimus Prime goes steampunk.
"Green Arrow" scribe Ann Nocenti and "True Blood" star Michael McMillian have been confirmed to write IDW's "True Blood" ongoing series with Michael Gaydos on art. The series premieres in May.
Cartoonist Matthew Forsythe discusses "Jinchalo," his new book from Drawn & Quarterly, drawing picture books, "Comics Class" from Koyama Press and making the transition to being a full-time artist.
"Smallville" alum Kristin Kreuk returns to The CW in the network's reboot of the 1980s CBS drama "Beauty and the Beast." SPINOFF has the details.
Marvel has provided CBR with exclusive advance looks at Brian Michael Bendis and Chris Samnee's "Ultimate Comics Spider-Man" #7 and Jonathan Hickman and Barry Kitson's "Fantastic Four" #603!
While new releases are digitally bootlegged within hours of their official release, evidence suggests indicating Marvel's pirates may reside inside the House of Ideas. UPDATED: The mystery has been solved!
CBR News spoke with writer Mark Waid about his plans for "Daredevil" including a two-part Mole Man arc and the three-part "Omega Effect" crossover featuring Spider-Man and the Punisher.
Our artists draw your suggestions of wild and bizarre ideas for stories that could possibly follow "Watchmen" #12. Like, say, the Reign of the Rorschachs? Or Nite Owl and Silk Spectre: the talk show? All this and more!
"Anya's Ghost" and "Zita the Spacegirl" win 2011 Cybils Awards! Sony shutters PSP comics service! Oprah lauds "Blankets"! Why is "One Piece" so popular? The return of "Stumptown"? Plus more!
"Batman and Robin" writer Peter Tomasi descends on THE OWL SIGNAL to discuss how Damian Wayne attempts to flip the predator/prey relationship with the Talon in a battle contested in Gotham's skies during "Night of the Owls."
After news that "Ghost Rider" writer Gary Friedrich will owe Marvel Comics $17,000 stirred the comics community, Dan Buckley and Joe Quesada explain the publisher's point of view in regard to the case and convention sketches.
Dynamite Entertainment has provided CBR News with exclusive first looks at the covers for "The Shadow" #2 and Lord of the Jungle" #6 featuring work by Ryan Sook, Alex Ross, Howard Chaykin and more.
Doug Zawisza gives Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo's "Batman" #6 4.5 stars, calling Batman's investigation leading to the "Night of the Owls" "well worth the price of admission."
Marvel continued its week of reveals with Jason Aaron on the newest "Incredible Hulk" arc, "Stay Angry" written by Aaron with art by Steve Dillon.
Co-writers Jimmy Palmiotti and Justin Gray delve into the Court of Owls in 1880s Gotham with Jonah Hex and Amadeus Arkham riding shotgun as "Night of the Owls" comes to "All-Star Western."
Image Comics has released the ticket designs for its late-February Image Expo, showcasing the current "Experience Creativity" campaign through the use of series art and creator photos.
Hasbro revealed figures based on “The Avengers” and “The Amazing Spider-Man” as well as brand new entries in the Marvel Legends and Marvel Universe lines at New York Toy Fair 2012.
Coming in May from BOOM! Studios, "Sacrifice" and "Our Love Is Real" writer Sam Humphries launches "Higher Earth," an ongoing series in which multiple Earths fall into a single empire.
CSBG's weekly spotlight on comic in-jokes and hidden references takes a look at America's favorite cartoon family showing up in an issue of Spider-Man. Plus a sneaky cameo of Batman and Superman in "Avengers Forever."
Belgian court rules "Tintin in the Congo" doesn't violate anti-hate laws! DC's John Rood on the New 52 reader survey! Fifteen years of Oni Press! Bill Sienkiewicz’s 1980s run on "New Mutants"! Plus more!
A new era begins in April for one of the Marvel U's most dangerous mutants as writer Cullen Bunn takes over "Wolverine." CBR News spoke with him about his plans for the series.
It's New Comics Day in the States, and CBR has more than 60 previews of new titles on sale today from Marvel Comics, DC Comics, Image, IDW, Dark Horse, Dynamite, BOOM! and more.
"Watchmen" creator Alan Moore elaborates his negative opinion of DC's upcoming "Before Watchmen" prequel, calling the endeavor "desperate" and his original contract "creator-hostile."
IDW re-discovered Chuck Jones' lost comic strip and made a book. Augie likes the book, even if the strip isn't so good. Also, is "Comic Book Men' any worse than "Big Bang Theory?"
"New Mutants" writers Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning discuss upcoming character developments and hint at something greater in light of a recent announcement. Plus exclusive art!
Camilla D'Errico spoke with CBR about the collected "Tanpopo" HC due in March from BOOM! Studios, featuring a previously-unseen installment melding classic literature with an original story.
DC Comics has revealed Becky Cloonan and Jhonen Vasquez as the latest creators to join "Beyond the Fringe," the digital comic based on the J.J. Abrams' sci-fi drama "Fringe."
"Nightwing" writer Kyle Higgins swoops by THE OWL SIGNAL to discuss his chapter of May's "Night of the Owls" crossover and the central role Dick Grayson plays in the event.
DC's in-house collectible creators showed off all-new statues and action figures for "Watchmen," "Dark Knight Rises," "Arkham City," the New 52 and more at Toy Fair 2012.
Legendary comic book artist John Severin, known for his mastery in a wide variety of genres from War to Western to Humor, has died at the age of 90.
"Ultimate Comics X-Men" writer Nick Spencer looks back on his first arc, forward to his second and examines the misfortunes of mutants worldwide in the Ultimate Universe. Plus, exclusive looks at issues #7 & 8!
In reaction to Marvel's dispute with Ghost Rider creator Gary Friedrich, comic book artists debate whether to continue offering convention sketches of Marvel or Disney characters.
CBR News checks in with a rundown and photos of Diamond Select Toys' brand new Walking Dead MiniMates as well as a ton of new Marvel MiniMates and "Amazing Spider-Man" toys and statues!
CSBG's Kelly Thompson discusses her admiration for Andrew Chambliss and Joss Whedon's controversial storyline currently running in "Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 9."
"The Simpsons" creator Matt Groening endows UCLA animation chair! Michael George's attorney argues for acquittal or new trial! The potential, and pitfalls, of Kickstarter! Jeff Parker's collaboration tips! Plus more!
CBR was there as Mattel assembled a bevy of figures at this year's New York Toy Fair from "Dark Knight Rises," the DC Universe, Ghostbusters and Masters of the Universe Classics.
A federal judge has dismissed a bid by Stan Lee Media to reclaim the rights to Conan the Barbarian even as the company looks to move forward in its attempt to pursue the rights to Spider-Man, the Avengers and more.