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Marvel Comics has released an advance preview of "Avengers" #2 by the creative team of Brian Michael Bendis and John Romita Jr. The issue hits stores everywhere on Wednesday, June 23.
Image Comics has just released a teaser image for Robert Kirkman's upcoming "Guardians of the Globe series, featuring all of the characters from the title's initial round of joke teasers released in March.
Longtime collaborators Eddie Campbell and Daren White spoke with CBR News about their latest collaboration out now from from Top Shelf, "The Playwright," and hint at what's in their futures.
"The Crow" to fly again soon. "Xerxes" to have his story told. "Captain America's" costume defined. Also, "3 Story" picked up for feature films and Adam Beach joins "Cowboys & Aliens."
The new title of Chief Creative Officer is added on as new responsibilities task the Marvel Comics Editor-in-Chief with officially overseeing creative decisions for every aspect of Disney's Marvel Entertainment empire.
Courtesy of Radical Studios, CBR presents a complete issue of "Hercules: The Knives of Kush," the trade paperback collection of which is in stores tomorrow, June 3.
Last week, CBR's review staff looked at 15 new titles, including but not limited to "Thor" #610, "Northlanders" #28, "7 Psychopaths" #1, "Brave and the Bold" #34, "Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?" and more.
"Wolverine: Weapon X" writer Jason Aaron joins X-POSITION to answer reader questions about Logan's various loves, the launching of his new title and a trip to Hell. Plus, exclusive "Weapon X" art by Ron Garney!
DC Comics has released a preview for "Brightest Day" #3, on sale Thursday, June 3, by the creative team of Geoff Johns, Peter J. Tomasi, Ivan Reis, Pat Gleason, Ardian Syaf, Scott Clark and Joe Prado with a David Finch cover.
Tim explores the atomic wasteland of 1986 to learn more about the cave men of New York, the wonder of jazz, and the power of positive thinking as he takes a close look at DC Comics' new "Atomic Knights" hardcover.
The long-anticipated "300" prequel sees its first official art hit the web in the form of an October-shipping lithograph before the legendary cartoonist's Persian epic hits in 2011.
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR presents an exclusive 9-page preview of "Invincible" #72, the latest chapter in the Viltrumite War by Robert Kirkman, Ryan Ottley and FCO Plascencia. The issue hits stores June 3.
Activision has released a new trailer for "Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions that focuses on the villains from the game, including Hammerhead, Kraven the Hunter and the Goblin.
Courtesy of Dark Horse Comics, CBR presents a 6-page preview of "Predators" #1, the comic book prequel to the Robert Rodriguez movie hitting theaters in July. The first issue goes on sale June 9.
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "The Joker's Asylum: The Riddler" by Peter Calloway and Clayton Henry. The one-shot, with an Ethan Van Sciver cover, hits stores June 3.
With last week's announcement of the U.S. Department of Justice filing a lawsuit against Gregory Hart over his HTMLComics website, CBR News looks at the recent developments and legal arguments involved in the case.
Marvel has released a preview of "Steve Rogers: Super Soldier" #1 by Ed Brubaker and Dale Eaglesham, featuring covers by Carlos Pacheco and David Finch. The issue hits stores July 8.
Jimmy Palmiotti, Justin Grey and Amanda Conner's final issue of "Power Girl" garnered a 5-star review from CBR's James Hunt, who says, "although the 12-issue run is too short by half, at least it exists at all."
Mark Millar and Leinil Francis Yu have announced "Superior," a new, creator-owned project that will be hitting stores in October 2010. Millar has provided CBR with an exclusive look at 5 teaser posters for the project.
Timothy Callahan gave chapter two of "The Return of Bruce Wayne" by Grant Morrison and Frazer Irving 4.5 stars, saying, "this second issue is astonishingly great...Morrison and Irving [know what they're doing]."
Lawyer compares attempt to ban "Tintin in the Congo" to book burning! Dark Horse reports rising manga sales, despite weak market! Tips for Comic-Con attendees! The need for minority heroes in superhero comics! Plus more!
Dynamite Entertainment announced this morning that the publisher has acquired the "Total Recall" license from StudioCanal, adding the classic scifi property to their upcoming comic book lineup.
With the Red Hulk's identity revealed and his origin about to be told, the character's co-creator Ed McGuinness looks back on the Hulk run he never thought he'd have and what it takes to make a smashing new design.
In this week's SHE HAS NO HEAD, Kelly Thompson spoke with creator Hope Larson about Larson's recently posted survey regarding girls and comic books, what she would do if she were in charge of DC or Marvel and more.
"Chew" creator and writer John Layman discussed the future of the series with fans at last weekend's Phoenix Comicon, including teases about new characters, a whole new direction and a possible movie deal.
Summer school is in session as ROBOT 6's Chris Mautner provides an introductory guide to the works of "one of the most influential and undisputed masters of the comics medium," Harvey Kurtzman.
CBR's James Hunt reviewed "Thunderbolts" #144 by Jeff Parker and Kev Walker and gave the comic 4 stars, saying, "the final page left me with a huge grin on my face and a strong desire to read the next issue immediately."
On the eve of Memorial Day weekend, DC Comics announced a series of one-shots which will celebrate some of the publisher's most illustrious war-themed comics. CBR News spoke with some of the creators involved. UPDATED
Disney's memo supporting Marvel's legal position against Jack Kirby's heirs got SPINOFF's Graeme McMillan thinking: What would happen the Kirbys win ownership of the Fantastic Four, Captain America, X-Men, etc.?
ROBOT 6's Tim O'Shea talks to writer/artist Colleen Coover about her Marvel work, including "Girl Comics" and her recent back-up in "Thor and the Warriors Four."
The month is nearly over, but there's still time for you to vote in COMICS SHOULD BE GOOD's Greatest Stories ever told! Mark Waid, Hawkeye, Kurt Busiek, The Thing and others are still waiting for your support!
CBR's brand-new Spider-Man hub is the perfect place for your Friendly Neighborhood Fan to keep up with all of our news, previews and reviews that feature everyone's favorite Wall-Crawler and his friends!
In this week's COMMITTED, CSBG's Sonia Harris looks at Michael Caine's latest film, "Harry Brown," and interprets it through the lens of Frank Miller's "The Dark Knight Returns."
The case against Gregory Hart and his comics piracy site HTMLComics.com took another turn this week as the US Department of Justice has filed suit against Hart. ROBOT 6 has the details.
DC Comics' Amazonian Princess is the subject of CBR's latest comics hub! Check it out to see all of our current and past Wonder Woman coverage, including news, reviews and previews, collected in one page!
The writer behind "Streets of Gotham" and "Gotham City Sirens" swing by CBR's ongoing Bat-Column to explain what it takes to dig into villains like Hush, what hidden past will haunt Batman's future and how Poison Ivy will grow this summer.
Actor Gary Coleman, star of 80s sit-com hit "Diff'rent Strokes", has passed away at the age of 42 after being admitted to the hospital on Wednesday and placed on life support for an intercranial hemmorage. SPINOFF has details.
With a former Thunderbolt returning to terrorize new team leader Luke Cage, Marvel's villains-turned-heroes franchise takes a twist under Jeff Parker. CBR News has an exclusive look at next month's issue!
Trick or treat on the Fright Side with "Scary Godmother" this Halloween, as Dark Horse collects four of Jill Thompson's graphic novels into a new hardcover volume. We spoke with Thompson about the book and more.
This week, learn just what was the deal with Iron Man having a nose on his armor for a year during the 1970s. Also, did Alan Moore come up with a major Star Wars term almost two decades before the films themselves?