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UPDATED: CBR News has received new cover art for "Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 8" #33 that reveals none other than President Obama as the secret identity of the series' main villain, Twilight.
This Week: The final word on narrative and what it means to the future of the graphic novel; comics books for Xmas 2009 - our recommendations; plus Wonder Woman, Rupert Murdoch, gays in Uganda, bankers with guns and lots of other notes.
In preparation for a new beginning for the WildStorm Universe, writer Adam Beechen assembles a line-up of nearly every super hero in the universe's history to combat dueling alien invasions in a post-apocalyptic world.
The stockholder vote to finalize the proposed $4 billion deal between the media giants has been scheduled to take place by the end of the year, with the expected result making the House of Ideas a part of the House of Mouse.
CBR News presents a conversation between the writer of "Jersey Gods" and the scribe behind "Olympus" about their individual creative processes, the influences of mythology, family and literature upon their works and much more.
CBR spoke with Robert Sikoryak about the writer/artist's collection of parody comics, "Masterpiece Comics," how he got his start in the industry, where his ideas for classic literature and comic strip mash-ups come from and more.
The CBR Review staff covered more than twenty different comics last week, including "Fantastic Four" #573, "Chew" #6, "Detective Comics" #859, "Criminal: The Sinners" #2, "Image United" #1 and more.
Marvel Comics has released a special behind the scenes video featuring Neal Adams and "Astonishing X-Men" series artist John Cassaday showing exactly what it takes to transform the printed page into motion comics.
CBR spoke with Brian Michael Bendis about "Ultimate Comics Spider-Man" and "Ultimate Comics Enemy," a mini-series that will introduce a powerful new villain into the Ultimate Universe. Plus, an exclusive look at art from both titles.
Oni Press has provided CBR with advance looks at two new graphic novels on sale this week, including a 16 page preview of "The Return of King Doug" and a complete short story from Lars Brown's "North World: Other Sagas."
The writer of “X-Men: Legacy” swings by X-POSITION to discuss X-people’s powers, romantic entanglements, and future premonitions for mutantkind. Plus an exclusive look at art from "X-Men: Legacy" #230 and 231!
The votes are in, the results have been tallied and today, COMICS SHOULD BE GOOD has begun to reveal the winners of their Top 75 Most Iconic DC Comics Covers of All Time poll as determined by you, the readers!
This week, Augie runs down some of the current comic book happenings across the internet, "Chickenhare" turns webcomic, a suggestion for Marvel regarding hardcover collections of Todd McFarlane's "Spider-Man" run and plenty more!
The Eisner Award winning comic creator is back in the saddle again this week as the artist on "Jonah Hex" #50. Cooke shared his passion for the character and also provided an update on the next book in the "Parker" series, "The Outfit."
Courtesy of Dark Horse Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Hellboy: The Bride of Hell," a new one-shot from creator/writer Mike Mignola and artist Richard Corben, in stores December 23.
CBR spoke with Jimmy Palmiotti about switching from the role as an inker to that of a writer, his new Radical Comics series "Time Bomb," the "Jonah Hex" movie and comic, Power Girl's costume, working with Amanda Conner and more.
The UK comics publisher and the longtime professional wrestling powerhouse team up in 2010 for a new line of comics starring wrestlers from Triple H to Matt Hardy in an action hero setting
The filmmakers behind the short film "The League" make their comic debut in "Captain America: Theater of War: Prisoners of Duty." We spoke with the writers about the one-shot, which finds a captured Steve Rogers with a dilemma on his hands.
Dynamite Entertainment has provided CBR with advance looks at new titles on sale this week, including "Athena" #3, "The Good, The Bad and The Ugly" #6 and "The Boys" #37 which reveals the origin of The Frenchman!
Thai basketball comic wins "Nobel Prize of manga"! Cartoonist Don Addis passes away! How long before a major newspaper gets rid of comics? What, philosophically speaking, makes a superhero? Plus more!
Comics writer Ian Edginton talked with CBR News about uniting a pair of classic heroes in "Aladdin: Legacy of the Lost," the inspiration behind their pairing and the unique challenges involved in developing Radical's newest project.
Jeff Katz and The Fallen Angel, Christopher Daniels, stopped by CBR TV to talk about Katz's new American Original label, the company's origins and goals, the intersection of the comic book and wrestling worlds and much more.
As the end of the decade fast approaches, Tim reflects on Frank Miller's apocalyptic "Dark Knight Strikes Again" and Grant Morrison's also-apocalyptic "Final Crisis," and explains why one is so much better than the other.
CBR kicks off a new weekly column focusing on the events smashing through Marvel's Hulk family of books featuring a round table interview with the writers behind "Fall of the Hulks."
CBR's Chad Nevett partakes of "Chew" #6 and likes what he reads, giving the issue a 4.5 star rating and saying that, despite his initial trepidation about the series, "'Chew' is a comic worth reading, one that I plan to read monthly."
The votes are in and the results have begun to be announced! Numbers 100 through 81 of the Top 100 Comic Book Storylines of All Time have been unveiled - check with COMIC SHOULD BE GOOD to see where your picks ranked!
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR presents a preview of "Haunt" #3, by Robert Kirkman, Todd McFarlane, Greg Capullo and Ryan Ottley. The issue will hit stores later this week on Thursday, December 3.
Inside you'll find the sales estimates for comics and trade paperbacks in October, 2009. Sales are up from last month, with DC Comics in the top comic spot with "Blackest Night" and "Old Man Logan" leading the TPB charts.
This December, WildStorm and EA take readers to Hell with "Dante's Inferno," a six-issue limited series that is based on the upcoming game. CBR spoke with series writer Christos Gage this week about his journey into the Nine Circles.
Courtesy of Dark Horse Comics, CBR presents an exclusive first look at the Massimo Carnevale illustrated cover for the recently announced Zach Whedon written "Terminator" series.
Slave Labor Graphics and Dan Vado have announced the formation of the San Jose Comics Festival, a series of one-day events that will take place throughout the year with a focus on indy and small press comic publications.
"One Piece," Vol. 56, gets record 2.85 million-copy print run! Egyptian cartoonist discusses banning! 3,000 attend funeral for "Crayon Shin-Chan" creator! The rise of Korean comics! A tribute to Ken Krueger! Plus more!
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale this coming Thursday including "Dark Avengers Annual" #1, "Fall of the Hulks Alpha" #1, "Strange" #2, "Thor" #604, "Ultimate Comics Spider-Man" #5, "Uncanny X-Men" #518 & plenty
Dark Horse has provided CBR with advance looks at new comics on sale this week, including "Beanworld" volume 3, Carol Swain's "Crossing the Empty Quarter," new "Star Wars: Clone Saga," "365 Samurai," "Aliens" #4, an R.E. Howard slipcase edition, and more!
Image Comics has provided CBR with advance looks at new comics on sale December 3, including the first issue of "Existence 3.0," the original graphic novel "One Model Nation," "Savage Dragon" #155, and more!
Xeric Foundation grant recipient Joshua Smeaton talks to ROBOT 6 about his webcomic 'Haunted,' which he describes as "like Goonies in a haunted house," and its move to print.
BOOM! Studios has provided CBR with advance looks at new comics on sale December 3, including "28 Days Later" #4, "Kill Audio" #3, "The Incredibles" #3, and more!
First Second creators George O'Connor & Adam Rapp deliver two kinds of twisted genre tales from the post-apocalyptic 'Ball Peen Hammer' to the expansive exploration of ancient 'Olympians'
This week: narrative as the key to the new graphic novel; suggested changes in Thanksgiving and what Steven's truly thankful for this year; plus Rex The Wonder Dog, who remembers the grassy knoll?, piracy foibles and the Comics Cover Challenge.
This week, we look at the tangled web of Frederic Wertham! Was Wertham actually against the Comics Code Authority? Did the Comics Code ban EC's horror lines? And how does Wonder Woman tie in?