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Dark Horse has provided previews of titles on sale this week, including "B.P.R.D.: King of Fear" #4, "Star Wars: Dark Times" #16, "Gunsmith Cats: Beat" vol. 5, and the new Yoshitaka Amano hardcover "Shinjuku!"
Join Kelly in this week's edition of SHE HAS NO HEAD as she reacts to the news that Greg Rucka is leaving DC Comics and posits some theories on what this might mean for the character of Batwoman.
CSBG's Sonia Harris went to WonderCon this past week and she's back with ten observations she took from the event, all in addition to publicly noting her own inability to follow the very con-going rules she set just last month!
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR brings you an exclusive nine-page preview of Brandon Graham's surreal epic "King City" #7, the first all-new chapter since the title's move to Image.
ROBOT 6's Tom Bondurant reviews the Geoff Johns and Ivan Reis event miniseries, noting "for once I think a Big DC Event has left the superhero line in a good place."
Writer Brad Meltzer returns to CBR to talk about how the pivotal "F#@%ing" issue of Joss Whedon's ongoing serial from making the sex matter in multiple ways to tying together Buffy's big mythological threads and the fate of Spike.
Co-writers Raven Gregory and Paul Ruditis spoke with CBR News about the new Zenescope ongoing series, "Charmed," which picks up the witch sisters' story where the popular television series' finale left off.
Writers Joe Ahearne and Karl Kesel discuss their upcoming Iron Man one-shot, what they like most about the armored Avenger and his two partners in crime in their espionage influenced tales.
Learn the strange story of the cartoon that led to the creation of the teddy bear! Plus, what famous comic strip character was based on an unknown actor who later turned out to be one the biggest movie stars in the world?
Courtesy of Dark Horse, CBR presents an exlusive preview of "The Terminator 2029" by writer Zack Whedon and artist Andy MacDonald with a cover by Massimo Carnevale. The issue hits comic stores Wednesday, April 28.
Tim Callahan reviewed "Batman and Robin" #11 by Grant Morrison and Andy Clarke, giving the issue 4 stars and saying that the series "has now entered that rarified air of the can't-wait-for-the-next-issue variety."
In "Wolverine Weapon X," Logan and Captain America must thwart an army of cyborg assassins from the future. We spoke with Jason Aaron about bringing Deathlok back from the future into the present day Marvel U.
Marvel has released a teaser image featuring both Spider-Man and Psylocke bursting through Jim Lee's cover for "X-Men" #1 with the declaration the "We are the X-Men" and the promise of an answer during next week's C2E2.
Jim Woodring's hallucinatory Frank universe returns in "Weathercraft," a 100-page graphic novel arriving in May. We spoke with Woodring about the project, which sees the pariah Manhog journey toward enlightenment.
WonderCon offers early figures, sets 2011 dates! Reactions to Eisner nominations! Gene Colan injured, art missing! Geppi mansion goes back to lender! Plus, is Agent M one of the hottest geek guys?
The longtime leader of the entire X-Universe again expands upon his untapped ideas to bring the original teen team of mutantkind right back to where they started from with a new five-issue mini featuring original cast and creators.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale Wednesday, April 14, including "Black Widow" #1, "Punishermax" #6, "Hulked Out Heroes" #1, three "Siege" specials, and more!
CBR News spoke with veteran writer Tom DeFalco about his return to Archie Comics after nearly 40 years, and how in his hands, America's favorite carrot-top could wind up giving Jack Bauer a run for his money.
CBR News spoke with Victor Gischler about the newly-launched "Deadpool Corps" and his other Deadpool series, "Merc With a Mouth," which comes to a conclusion in July with issue #13
Courtesy of BOOM! Studios, CBR presents a massive 11 page preview of "Cold Space #1 by co-creators/writers Samuel L. Jackson & Eric Calderon and artist Jeremy Rock.
Despite an atrocity in ancient Rome, things actually go fairly well with a week that both the Wu-Tang and Bill Willingham could be proud about, even while Hulks war ineffectively and Vader takes his eye off the ball.
"The Goon" creator Eric Powell spoke with CBR News about his newest miniseries, which features the noble ghoul Buzzard with a "Billy the Kid's Old-Timey Oddities" backup. The title debuts in June from Dark Horse.
Gahan Wilson and Fantagraphics celebrate 50 years of the artist's "Playboy" work with a massive collection of every cartoon he's done for the magazine. We spoke with Wilson about the new collection and his legacy.
David Mazzucchelli’s critically lauded "Asterios Polyp" received four nominations in today's 2010 Eisner Awards announcement, and Mark Waid, Mike Carey and Ed Brubaker all get multiple nods. ROBOT 6 has the complete list.
James Hunt reviews "Spider-Man: Fever" #1, Brendan McCarthy's return to the comic book scene, and gives the Spidey/Dr. Strange team-up 5 stars, saying that "McCarthy stands easily shoulder-to-shoulder with the greats."
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Ultimate Comics Enemy" #3 by Brian Michael Bendis and Rafa Sandoval. The issue hits stores next Wednesday, April 14.
IDW senior editor and first time writer, Bob Schreck is joined by artists Nate Van Dyke and Tom Yeates to discuss the upcoming comic "Jurassic Park: Redemption" as well as future "Jurassic Park" projects.
In July, Jeff Parker kicks off a new adventure starring Marvel's premier simian action hero in "Gorilla-Man." We spoke with Parker about the project, which examines how the title character's past affects his present.
The writer of Marvel's "New Mutants" answers your questions about mutant powers, whispered secrets and more, all while sharing little-known facts about dying. Plus exclusive art from issue #12, a "Second Coming" tie-in!
Mike Mignola announces the next two miniseries in his and artist Duncan Fegredo's ongoing run of Hellboy stories, bringing that series to a conclusion and expanding upon the book's use of mythological resources.
David Finch joined WonderCon attendees to discuss his recent move from Marvel to DC Comics, hold an impromptu art critique with his tiniest fan, reveal his dream inter-company character team-up and more.
Does Batman repeat last year's victory? Did Spidey manage to upset the caped crusader? After over 4,000 votes, find out who was the winner of the 2010 DC/Marvel Character Tournament!
Colleen Doran was joined at her WonderCon panel by writer Derek McCulloch to discuss their upcoming graphic novel "Gone to Amerikay," as well as the ending to "A Distant Soil" and the possibility of an ADS movie.
Greg McElhatton reviews the debut issue of Marvel's "S.H.I.E.L.D." and gives it 5 stars, noting that Jonathan Hickman and Dustin Weaver's new series "is a top-notch debut, and I wish all superhero comics were this good."
Marvel's recently promoted vice president-executive editor discussedall things Marvel at WonderCon, including event fatigue, "Second Coming," Marvel's movie slate, the Disney buyout and, of course, Deadpool.
Marvel's new comics released this week include a pair of ads that reveal the some of the members of Ed Brubaker and Mike Deodato's Secret Avengers line-up. The new series debuts in May.
Robert Greenberger spoke with CBR News about his new "Wonder Woman" coffee table book from Rizzoli and also shared news about the latest edition of "Who's Who." which he is writing for DC Comics.
"Love and Rockets" co-creator Jaime Hernandez spoke with CBR about his "MySpace Dark Horse Presents" debut, a quirky superhero adventure.
Could Wizard World expand to 25 shows by next year? Archie Comics artist Henry Scarpelli passes away! UK's "virtual child porn" law takes effect! WonderCon reports! Paul Pope added to Stumptown lineup! Plus more!
The long-awaited Italian X-Men project from the legendary writer and artist Milo Manara is finally on its way to the U.S., and Chris Claremont tells CBR how he made the female-centric project both classic and accessible to new fans.