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CBR reviewer Ryan K. Lindsay gave Radical's "Ryder On The Storm" #1 a 4.5-star review, calling writer David Hine and artist Wayne Nichol's creation a comic that is "smart, fast, haunting, and damn well created."
In this update to a pair of CBLRs, see the odd way Superboy and Supergirl were once written out of the Legion and see J.M. DeMatteis' dramatically different original ending to Marvel's "Star Wars" #46!
A brand-new four-issue Dark Knight series from Brian Azzarello arrives this January taking Batman on a life-threatening team-up with the Joker across Europe, and Jim Lee will be there to draw chapter one.
Eisner Award-winning creator Darwyn Cooke spoke with CBR about his latest Richard Stark adaptation, "The Outfit," why he feels Parker creator Donald Westlake would approve of the changes he made to the story and more.
Help save Steve Rude's home! Could the "Scott Pilgrim" series become the top graphic-novel property of the year? How will digital comics change comics culture? Plus, how do retailers feel about ... Comic Book Guy?
Writer/artist Jimmy Palmiotti spoke with ROBOT 6 about his current projects, the joys of being non-publisher exclusive, leaving the inking aspect of his career behind and how he wants his future to work out.
DC Comics has released a preview of "Batman: Hidden Treasures" featuring stories by Ron Marz and Len Wein with art by Bernie Wrightson and Kevin Nowlan and a cover by Wrightson. The one-shot hits stores today.
It's New Comics Day in the States, and CBR has more than 70 previews of new titles on sale today from Marvel Comics, DC Comics, Dark Horse, Image Comics, Top Cow, BOOM! Studios, Dynamite and more!
Augie plays catch up on "The Walking Dead" through the magic of trade paperbacks and discovers it's a different book when you're a parent. Also, what trades were we asking for in 2001 and which still haven't come out?
In a story featuring more Clark than cape, DC Comics exclusive artist Shane Davis revealed what's in with the Man of Steel in his and writer JMS' new OGN, "Superman: Earth One," and why Lex Luthor is out.
CBR announces its plans for wall-to-wall coverage of this year's New York Comic Con at the Jacob Javits Center in New York City, with details on live reporting, blogging and CBR TV's "magical" tiki room.
Courtesy of Dark Horse, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Hellboy/Beasts of Burden" by creators Mike Mignola, Evan Dorkin and Jill Thompson with covers by Thompson and Mignola. Things get hairy on October 27.
Steve Niles spoke about his two new IDW horror series, "Edge of Doom" with Kelley Jones and "Doc Macabre" with Bernie Wrightson, as well as a potential Sam Kieth "30 Days of Night" project.
Jerry Robinson started in comics as a teen, creating The Joker and Robin, and has done just about everything in every aspect of comics. The legendary cartoonist spoke with us about his career and his new biography.
This March, "Escape From the Negative Zone" runs through the "Uncanny X-Men," "Steve Rogers: Super Soldier" and "Namor: The First Mutant" Annuals. CBR News spoke with writer James Asmus about the tale.
Marvel Comics has released an advance look at "Iron Man: The Rapture" #1 by writer Alexander Irvine and artist Lan Medina with covers by Tim Bradstreet. Suit up on Wednesday, November 3.
Marvel's Buckley talks interwoven continuity vs. accessibility! Reactions to Kodansha announcement! Michael George to get second trial! Must-see panels at NYCC! The 10 greatest skulls in comics! Plus much more!
Marvel Comics has released an advance look at "Ozma of Oz" #1, the next Oz series from the critically acclaimed team of Eric Shanower and Skottie Young debuting in sotres Wednesday, November 3.
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR present an exclusive preview of Cary Bates and Renato Arlem's final chapter of "Superman: The Last Son of Krypton." The issue, with a Felipe Massafera cover, hits stores October 6.
Last week, CBR's crack review staff weighed in on 17 different titles, including the latest issues of "Stuff of Legend Vol. II," "First Wave," "Star Wars: Blood Ties: Jango and Boba Fett," "The Terminator: 1984" and more.
In the wake of last week's announcement that David Kelley is actively developing Wonder Woman for the small screen, SPINOFF asks for your thoughts on who should portray the Amazonian warrior on a weekly basis.
Dynamite Entertainment has provided CBR with advance looks at new comics on sale this Wednesday, October 6, including an extended look at "The Lone Ranger" #24 and a first look at "The Boys" #47.
Before the highly anticipated movie sequel hits the big screen this December, Disney Publishing and "Green Hornet" scribe Jai Nitz tell the story behind "TRON: Betrayal" with an original graphic novel.
This week, Tim reflects briefly on the Adam West "Batman" television show before going in-depth on the topic in a conversation with Jim Beard, editor of the upcoming anthology, "Gotham City 14 Miles."
It's Monday, which means CBR's Twitter Hotllists have been updated - check out the current top 25 lists and see where your favorite creators stand, who's gaining on whom and which creators might be slipping.
Marvel Comics has released an advance look at "Punisher: In the Blood" by Rick Remender and Roland Boschi. Remender's final Frank Castle saga, featuring a cover by Francesco Mattina, begins on November 3.
Courtesy of Image COmics, CBR presents an exclusive extended preview of "Nany in Hell" #3 by El Torres, Antonio Vazquez and Fran Gamboa with a cover by Juan Jose Ryp. The issue hits this Wednesday, October 6.
Kelly Thompson begins a three-week experiment where she has a group of women who are not comic readers review recent comic releases. Come see the world of comics through some really new eyes!
Marvel held its latest "Next Big Thing" press conference call Monday afternoon, with Kelly Sue DeConnick and editor Alejandro Arbona discussing the upcoming "Osborn" miniseries and what it means for the charismatic villain.
CBR reviewer Doug Zawisza gave the final issue of Marvel's "Atlas" a 5-star review, saying Jeff Parker and Gabriel Hardman's series "ends as it existed: the very best comic on the stands today."
DC Comics has released a preview of "Brightest Day" #11 by Geoff Johns, Peter J. Tomasi, Ivan Reis, Patrick Gleason and more. Black Manta throws down against Aquaman this Wednesday, October 6.
John Jackson Miller spoke with CBR about "Star Wars: Knight Errant," a new storyline the writer will explore in both comics and a novel, his new Jedi and some of the new Sith that readers will meet.
Marvel Comics has released an advance look at "Ant-Man & the Wasp," written and drawn by Tim Seeley with a cover by Salva Espin. The Secret and Founding Avengers team up on Wednesday, November 11.
Doug Zawisza gave Top Cow's "Artifacts" #2 a 4-star review, saying Ron Marz and Michael Broussard have created a "breath of four-color fresh air that is big and bold, but detached from excessive crossover muddling."
In "Wolverine/Hercules: Myths, Monsters, and Mutants," the titular heroic hell raisers must contend with vengeance seeking villains, and a horde of undead monsters. We spoke with writer Frank Tieri about the project.
Richard Bruning, Steve Rotterdam and Cheryl Rubin have reportedly left DC Entertainment amid the ongoing restructuring, with the recently promoted Patrick Caldon retiring. ROBOT 6 has the details.
After making his name for not killing Jen Walters in "World War Hulks," writer Harrison Wilcox takes to smashing the Marvel U on a monthly basis with artist Ryan Stegman on the bounty hunting team-up title "She-Hulks."
BOOM! Studios has provided CBR with advance looks at new titles on sale October 6, including "Incorruptible" #10, "28 Days Later" #15, "Toy Story" #7, and three new trade paperback collections.
Top Five Month has finished! So take the time to check out the full month's worth of comic book related lists, including the top five Daredevil writers and artists and the top five John Romita Sr. designed costumes!
ROBOT 6's Tom Bondurant examines how his comics-buying habits have changed by looking at his haul for seven Septembers over the past 26 years. The results are a little surprising.