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CBR's Doug Zawisza awards the latest installment of Brian Bendis and Olivier Coipel's Asgard-storming event four stars calling it "a nice reset for event books: short, intense, and filled with great characters."
Retailers on the effects of recession, $3.99 cover prices and "event fatigue"! Manga sales see historic drop in Japan! More on C2E2 and Fantagraphics' manga line! Scott Snyder talks "American Vampire"! Plus more!
Marvel Comics has provided CBR with an EXCLUSIVE first look preview at Mark Millar and Steve McNiven's next Icon series – the fast-paced, in your face supervillain thriller "Nemesis."
The publisher behind Red Sonja, The Green Hornet and other classic properties acquires the '70s vampire vixen lock, stock and barrel from its longtime home of Harris Publications with plans for future comics.
It's New Comics Day here in the United States, and CBR has more than fifty previews of titles hitting stores today from Marvel, DC Comics, Image Comics, Dark Horse, BOOM! Studios, Dynamite and more!
Legendary science fiction author and dedicated comics buff Harlan Ellison tells the tale of how a complicated story for Moonstone's upcoming "Green Hornet Chronicles" prose anthology turned into an artistic mission statement.
Man of Action, the comics creative collective behind hit kids show "Ben 10," screened a preview of their new Cartoon Network animated series "Generator Rex" and discussed their Comic-Con origins.
Will digital comics hurt comic book conventions? Augie doesn't think so, and he makes his case this week. Also, it's Pipeline #666 and you know what that means! The Devil shows up.
In a panel this past weekend at Emerald City ComiCon, C.B. Cebulski, Colleen Coover, Jeff Parker and Christina Strain agreed: the easy way to a Marvel Comics career is to work really, really hard.
DC Comics Senior Story Editor Ian Sattler filled in for Dan Didio, leading Emerald City ComiCon attendees and writers Eric Trautmann and James Robinson in a wandering, freeform conversation.
Fabian Nicieza and Ramon Bachs put the bearer of the Suit of Sorrows through the paces as new Azrael Michael Lane confronts the memories of his predecessors as well as the Order of St. Dumas.
As Captain America confronts the crazy 1950s Cap, the "Heroic Age" beckons with Baron Zemo Vs. Bucky Barnes. CBR spoke with Editor Tom Brevoort about the future of the series with an EXCLUSIVE first look at issue #604.
In an advanced review, CBR's Timothy Callahan awards the Scott Snyder/Stephen King/Rafael Albuquerque Vertigo launch four stars, saying "the first issue feels layered. It feels literary. And yet still wonderfully nasty."
At Emerald City ComiCon this past weekend, veteran writer and BOOM! EiC Mark Waid led a crowd in an unpredictable discussion extending beyond his hero-gone-bad series "irredeemable."
This weekend's Emerald City ComiCon, a panel of Superman all-stars including Geoff Johns, James Robinson, and Greg Rucka sent the hero off to war, and a key writer let slip about what lies ahead for the League.
ROBOT 6's Tim O'Shea sits down with writer Jimmy Palmiotti to talk about all things "Power Girl" and what takes place on the title before it switches creative teams, "Jonah Hex," "Random Acts of Violence" and more
Last week, CBR's review staff tackled 23 newly released comics, including titles like "Justice League: The Rise & Fall Special" #1, "Punishermax" #5, "The Twelve: Spearhead" #1 and indie comics like Oni's "Ghost Projekt" #1.
Will "Twilight" graphic novel's debut today spark a new wave of phenomenon? "Flash Comics" #1 sells for $450,000! Thursday passes nearly sold out for Comic-Con! Checking in with C2E2 and Longbox! Plus more!
While co-writers Stephen King and Scott Snyder embark on dueling interview tours (including here at CBR), the DC mature readers imprint unveils brand new Rafael Albuquerque pages from this week's "American Vampire."
In the Marvel Universe, school won't be out for summer – it will be just starting as the new ongoing series “Avengers Academy” begins in June. CBR News spoke with writer Christos Gage about his early plans for the series.
Dark Horse Comics has released images and solicitation information for new comics on sale in June, 2010 including the latest issue of "Buffy: Season 8, "Predators," "Abe Sapien" and much more!
To wrap the Emerald City ComiCon, Marvel Comics E-i-C Joe Quesada rocked out to songs about video games and comic books alongside the nerd rock duo, and CBR has a full photo parade!
Between Hitler Hunters, God’s leg-breaker and Darkwing Duck, BOOM! Studios set out to prove they had books for anyone and everyone under the sun at 2010's Emerald City ComiCon.
This week in WHEN WORDS COLLIDE, Tim looks at fifteen must-have collected editions--a healthy mix of classic, modern, and indies--and reveals his own spoils of last weekend's Amazon pricing glitch.
In the latest turn of events for an already complex legal story, Jack Kirby's heirs have filed sued Marvel and Disney to terminate the copyrights on and share in the profits of his most popular co-creations.
IDW has provided CBR with an EXCLUSIVE first look at Simon Furman and Carlos Magno's comics sequel to "Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen" featuring Soundwave and Ravage.
In a discussion with BOOM! Studios' Ross Richie and Mark Waid, the Man Who Made Marvel gave con-goers quips, comebacks, and some tidbits of good advice on how to succeed in comics while really, really trying.
Marvel Comics has provided CBR with an EXCLUSIVE first look at Paco Medina's interior art for the final issue of Cable's monthly series by Duane Swierczynski, co-starring...could that be BABY Deadpool?!?
CBR's Timothy Callahan awards Sterling Gates and James Robinson's Man of Steel special four stars, calling it "a refreshing change of pace for the Superman universe."
The publisher best known for its "Grimm Fairy Tales" series has inked a deal to bring the long-running WB TV series to comics with a June-debuting series by "Charmed" novelist Paul Ruditis and Raven Gregory.
The artist and writer duo spoke with CBR News about the completion of "Underground," their five issue miniseries from Image Comics about a series of dangerous events set within the confines of a claustrophobic cave.
Industry braces for Thursday's mad rush on hotel rooms for Comic-Con! More on last week's Amazon glitch! A snapshot of the increasingly grim comic-strip market! John Romita Jr. discusses "Kick-Ass"! Plus more!
Dynamite Entertainment has provided CBR with advance looks at new comics on sale this Wednesday, March 17 including "Red Sonja She Devil with a Sword" Volume 7 and "Battlefields - The Firefly and His Majesty" #4
In a preview of CBR's Emerald City photo parade, ROBOT 6 takes a closer look at the mysterious Marvel-branded "O.M.I.T." guitar picks handed out Sunday at the Kirby Krackle-Joe Quesada concert.
Paul Dini spoke with CBR on what took so long for Zatanna's first ongoing series to come to fruition, what rules of magic he'll be implementing and how his real-life wife is an inspiration for the Mistress of Magic.
Joe Quesada brings his trademark Q&A to Seattle along with some of Marvel's biggest writers, sharing advice, wit, and a teaser or two on projects from "Marvelman" to "Spider-Woman" with folks in the northwest.
In the face of technical delays and a small audience, WildStorm's Ben Abernathy lead a panel of including Kurt Busiek and Darick Robertson, in an expansive overview of the the WildStorm line including news on "Astro City," "Gen13" and more.
Image had lots of news to share with attendees of the ECCC, including a not-so-funny animal story, the return of two heroes, and an introduction to the newest member of the Image family. Plus, exclusive art!
Saturday at Emerald City ComiCon, DC's Ian Sattler, Geoff Johns, and more answered fans questions about “Brightest Day,” plastic rings, legacy heroes, and kitchen appliances at the northwest’s largest con.
Join CSBG's Greg Hatcher as he begins an multi-part exploration of pulp magazines that are almost like prototypes for the comic books of the Golden Age. Greg kicks the series off with an examination of "Captain Future."