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SLG Publishing's Dan Vado spoke with CBR in depth about his new convention-redefining event, explaining how to promote community involvement in comics, why free is best and more.
In the wake of "Justice League: Cry For Justice," the publisher plans to rock the world of the Emerald Archer with a new Ollie Queen-breaking story arc and a Roy Harper-redefining mini series by JT Krul
DC Comics has announced a new series entitled "Legacies" that will explore the DC Universe from its earliest beginnings to modern day. CBR has the first exclusive interview with "Legacies" writer, industry veteran Len Wein.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale this coming Thursday including "Dark Avengers" #12, "Hulk" #18, "The Marvelous Land Of Oz" #2, & plenty more!
Radical Publishing will be attending this weekend's All-Star Holiday Spectacular at Golden Apple Comics in Hollywood, with Radical writers Steve Niles and Doug Sirois signing at the CBR co-sponsored event.
The writers behind "Fall of the Hulks" return to explain the tumultuous events in the Marvel Universe that make this story essential for 2010 and delve into the expansive Hulk cast, from the Red Hulk to the role of Rick Jones.
Kieron Gillen & Jamie McKelvie's Image Comics published "Phonogram" #5 receives a rare 5-star rating from James Hunt, who says that "'Phonogram 2' has shown Gillen & McKelvie are more than capable of using the comic form to its fullest."
Courtesy of Titan Books, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Tank Girl: Skidmarks" #2 by Tank Girl co-creator and writer Alan Martin with art by Rufus Dayglo. The issue hits stores December 23, 2010.
In this week's comics, bad people do good things worth being grateful for with a secretary, a Marine, a goth, a lunatic, a hybrid and a phonomancer making the week worthwhile, even with the ghosts of comics past stinking up the place.
The first list of "Gold Comics" from premier publishers like DC, Marvel and IDW hit for the annual event. UPDATED: Get a first look at the covers, including an EXCLUSIVE peek at IDW's new "G.I. Joe" continuation from Larry Hama!
DC Comics Executive Editor spoke with CBR News about the generational saga hitting the DC Universe in 2010 that will kick off with Len Wein and the Kuberts on the Crimson Avenger before picking up new artists for each new era.
Colorist Chris Sotomayor and Andy Schmidt of Comix Experience take CBR readers though a step-by-step look at the process behind computer coloring, from receiving the original inked art to the final, fully colored image.
"Watchmensch" writer and former CBR columnist Rich Johnston explores collection culture and existential themes in his latest comic book project, "Chase Variant One Shot (Is All I Need)," coming in February from Image Comics.
The TV, film and comics writer picks up DC's legendary Superman title as the 2010 event "War of the Supermen" launches with plans for big action, new villains and name guest-stars
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR presents an exclusive first look at Greg Capullo's variant cover for "Image United" #2, featuring Omega Spawn taking on the best and brightest heroes the Image Universe has to offer.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Captain America: Reborn" #5, the final chapter in Ed Brubaker, Bryan Hitch and Butch Guice's time-traveling mini-series.
A few apocalypses later, Chris Ryall's "Zombies vs. Robots" returns in the four-issue miniseries "Aventure," this time joined by three new artists. CBR spoke with Ryall about the February debuting series.
This week: the western art of Gil Kane, and why I'll never be publisher at Marvel; plus Gov. Ahnuld hell-bent for leather, Captain Action, the undisputed kings of copyright infringement, the weirdest Comics Cover Challenge of all and more.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Hulk" #18 written by Jeph Loeb and art by Whilce Portacio with covers by Portacio and original series artist Ed McGuinness.
Comic book legend Matt Wagner spoke with CBR TV about, the origins of his Vertigo series "Madame Xanadu," revamping "Zorro," the future of "Mage" and "Grendel," the possibility of putting together a comic book cookbook and more.
DC Comics has announced that artist Andy Clarke will be following Cameron Stewart in tackling the Dynamic Duo on the Grant Morrison written "Batman and Robin" series. ROBOT 6 has all the details.
Geoff Thorne and Todd Harris unite under the monicker Genre19 to create "Prodigal: Egg of First Light," a miniseries of two giant-sized issues that brings together mercenary enforcers, a holy egg, ninjas, and more.
Doug Zawisza gives "Toy Story" #0 3.5 stars, stating that the comic by Jesse Blaze Snider and Nathan Watson contains "a story that has heart and brings soul to the plastic denizens" that populate Pixar's bedroom universe.
Artist Omar Francia walked CBR News through the artistic process he used to create the world of "Mass Effect: Redemption," Dark Horse's January-debuting mini-series based on the popular Bioware video game.
Ape Entertainment has announced the second title from the publisher's kid-friendly KiZoic imprint. "Scratch9" comes from writer/creator Rob Worley and artist Jason T. Kruse and features covers by Eisner-winner Mike Kunkel.
The all-star writer teams with artists from Andy Kubert to Chris Sprouse for time- traveling epic "The Return of Bruce Wayne" – taking the original Dark Knight from caveman to pirate and beyond
It's New Comics Day here in the USA, and CBR has over fifty previews of books on sale today from Marvel, DC Comics, Dark Horse Comics, BOOM! Studios, Oni Press, Dynamite Entertainment, Image Comics and more.
Top Cow has announced its official line-up of creator signings for this weekend's CBR/GA All-Star Holiday Spectacular at Golden Apple Comics, as well as a special variant cover for "Angelus" #1, available only at the event.
The writer of "S.W.O.R.D." drops in on X-POSITION headquarters to answer your questions about alien invasions, cosmic calamities, mortals and gods and the almighty Unit! Plus, an exclusive look at art from issue #3!
He's a bit late to the party, but Augie really, really, really liked the "Chew" trade paperback for its humor, its world-building, and its art. Plus, are DC Comics graphic novels new? And what's the forgotten story of the decade?
ROBOT 6's Tim O'Shea interviewed the creator of "Box Office Poison," Alex Robinson, about the writer/artist's newest project, a graphic novel adaptation of L. Frank Baum's classic Christmas story "A Kidnapped Santa Claus."
'Tis the holiday season, so naturally that means Paul is here to continue his tradition of sharing tales of his horrible sports injuries with FLOGGING readers. Plus: Paul does his level best to have his wife place him on the Naughty List.
Courtesy of Oni Press, CBR presents an exclusive 22-page preview of "Love Buzz," an original graphic novel by Len N. Wallace, Michelle Silva and Dave Tuney. "Love Buzz" hits stores tomorrow, December 9.
Over the past week, CBR's review staff has covered 18 different comic titles, including "Strange" #2, "Jonah Hex" #50, "Sweet Tooth" #4, "Dark Avengers Annual" #1, "The Boys" #37 and more.
CBR spoke with Daniel Way about "Deadpool" #18, which wraps up the story of the Merc's attempts to join the X-Men, and issue #19, which kicks off a new storyline featuring Spider-Man and Hitman Monkey! Plus, exclusive art!
Courtesy of Dynamite Entertainment, CBR presents an exclusive first look at John Cassaday's cover for "The Complete Dracula" #5, the final issue of Leah Moore & John Reppion's series based on Bram Stoker's novel.
The artist of DC's incoming "Superman: Earth One" talks about the gig, making Clark less of a stereotype and why the graphic novel is the best format creatively – with EXCLUSIVE sketch material!
Courtesy of Radical Comics, CBR presents an exclusive seven-page preview of the final issue of Nick Simmons mini-series "Incarnate," which hits stores tomorrow, December 9, with a cover by Jo Chen.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR brings you the trailer for the fourth chapter of the "Astonishing X-Men: Gifted," motion comic based on the story by Joss Whedon and John Cassaday, available soon from iTunes.
The publisher's next major event earns its name and its launch date in the form of a Free Comic Book Day special slated for May by James Robinson and Eddy Barrows, but how far-reaching will the story become?