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In the classic "Avengers" #1, fans saw how the original Avengers came together, but in the five issue mini-series "Avengers: The Origin," writer Joe Casey and artist Phil Noto tell the untold story of how they became a team.
Top Shelf has announced a capital investment deal with new media entrepreneur John S. Johnson, and independent film producer Anthony Bregman giving it's new partners a first look at developmental projects.
The mastermind behind the Image Comics miniseries and upcoming video game spoke with CBR News about the world of Neo Terra, the concept's origins and more.
The full lineup for the new Ultimate Comics series by Jeph Loeb and Art Adams is revealed, featuring a look at some characters who may be familiar mutants or even new faces, as well as one Hulking hero
With a new film on the horizon, the explosive action of "The A-Team" returns to comics in March, courtesy of IDW. CBR spoke with Chuck Dixon, writer of one of two biweekly miniseries, about his take on the classic '80s heroes.
DC Comics announced through The Source this morning that writer Gail Simone and artist Ed Benes will reunite in Spring 2010 to launch a new Birds of Prey series. ROBOT 6 has the details.
Another cast member for "Green Lantern." Spider-Man musical reschedules for a fall opening. "Kick-Ass" controversy begins? Also, new "Smallville" photos, "The Thing" prequel news, and more.
It's the New Comics Day here in the USA, and CBR has over forty previews of books on sale today from Marvel, DC Comics, Dark Horse Comics, BOOM! Studios, Oni Press, IDW Publishing, Image Comics and more!
The creator of Buffy the Vampire Slayer weighs in on the unscheduled revelation that shocked fans, hints at what's in store for issue #31 and sets the record straight on his series' connection to IDW's "Angel."
This week, the writer of "New Mutants," Zeb Wells, stopped by X-POSITION headquarters just to answer your questions about magical mutants, team shake-ups, and dating dry spells. Plus exclusive art from "New Mutants" #10!
Augie feels dizzy from spinning on the Marvel/DC hamster wheel and he wants to get off, happy superhero comics be damned. Also: a samurai comic, a Pipeline video, a failed manga company, and a quick Spider-Man movie thought.
The writer / artist duo behind the upcoming Image miniseries spoke with CBR about the story of Johnny "Choker" Jackson and his hometown of Shotgun City, and also revealed six of their favorite panels from the first issue.
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of two new titles shipping to comic stores this week - "Batgirl" #6 and "R.E.B.E.L.S." #12!
DC Comics has announced that they will be reuniting the popular JLI line-up in a 26 issue bi-weekly series titled "Justice League: Generation Lost," written by Keith Giffen and Judd Winick. ROBOT 6 has the details.
Courtesy of Dark Horse, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "B.P.R.D.: King of Fear" #2 by the creative team of Mike Mignola, John Arcudi and Guy Davis with a Mignola cover. The issue hits comic stores Wednesday, February 10.
This morning Marvel announced that in March's "Uncanny X-Men" #522, Kitty Pryde will be returning to the X-Men. To celebrate the popular character's highly anicipated return, they've released a special trailer.
"Secret Warriors" writer Jonathan Hickman spoke with CBR about "Wake the Beast," a storyline that promises to answer many questions while escalating Nick Fury's war against the shadowy and secret forces of HYDRA and Leviathan.
"Blackest Night" #6 leads direct market in a weak December! Manga milestones that changed the comics industry! Unannounced creative-team changes! "GYAKUSHU!" goes online! Advice for new artists! Plus more!
Marvel Comics has just released a fourth teaser image for "Ultimate X" revealing another character who strongly resembles Liz Allen. No information accompanied the image other than the question, "Who Or What Is Ultimate X?"
Last week, CBR's review staff covered seventeen new comics, including "Suicide Squad" #67, "Stumptown" #2, "New Mutants" #9, "Proof" #25, "Blackest Night: Wonder Woman" #2 and more.
ROBOT 6 spoke with Dan Vado, the head of SLG Publishing, about this weekend's San Jose Comics Festival to be held from 12-5 PM on Saturday, January 16 in downtown San Jose, CA.
"Angel" writer Bill Willingham responds to last week's big Twilight-related news insofar as it relates to his current work on the vampire hero's ongoing IDW series, as does "Buffy" editor Scott Allie.
Tim is joined by author Steven Withrow this week for part one of a lengthy conversation on the superhero archetype, discussing why characters like Superman, Batman, and Spider-Man matter so much more than the others.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Lockjaw & The Pet Avengers Unleashed" #1 by original series creators Chris Eliopoulos and Ig Guara. Issue #1 hits stores March 10.
Courtesy of IDW Publishing, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Angel" #29, on sale this Wednesday, January 13, written by Bill Willingham and Brian Williams with art by Brian Denham and David Messina.
Earlier today, DC announced a 26-issue "Brightest Day" series spinning out of "Blackest Night," and now the publisher has announced "Brightest Day: The Flash," the opening story arc for Geoff Johns and Francis Manapul's new Flash series.
Dynamite has provided CBR with advance looks at two new comics on sale this Wednesday, January 13 - "Galactica 1980" #4 and "The Good, the Bad and the Ugly" #7 written by Chuck Dixon with a cover by Dennis Calero.
The big follow up to the "Blackest Night" event gets a name and a format as Geoff Johns and Peter Tomasi team for a 26-issue bi-weekly series, kicking off with a zero issue with art by Fernando Pasarin
The superstar writer joins CBR to discuss "Batman: Earth One," "Blackest Night," "Flash: Rebirth" and "Smallville" as well as sharing the title of the first arc of "Green Lantern," post-"Blackest Night."
Courtesy of Oni Press, CBR brings you an 18-page preview of J. Torres and Elbert Or's original graphic novel in sepia tone, "Lola: A Ghost Story," out this Wednesday.
Dark Horse Comics has provided CBR with advance looks at new comics on sale January 13, 2010, including the debut of "Aliens vs. Predator," "Buffy Season 8" #31, Darick Robertson's "Conan" one-shot and more.
Attorneys for the heirs of Jack Kirby responded to Friday's lawsuit by Marvel to invalidate the family's copyright claims to Fantastic Four, X-Men and other Marvel characters. ROBOT 6 has more details.
Courtesy of IDW Publishing, CBR brings you an exclusive 5-page preview of "The Ghoul" #2, written by Steve Niles and illustrated by Bernie Wrightson. The issue arrives in stores Wednesday, January 13.
BOOM! Studios has provided CBR with advance looks at new comics on sale January 13, including "The Anchor" #4, "Die Hard: Year One" #4, "Incredibles" 4, "Muppet Show" #1, "Farscape: D'Argo's Quest" #2, a Scrooge McDuck hardcover by Don Rosa, and more!
Earlier today, DC Comics' blog, The Source, revealed Jim Lee's variant cover for "Green Lantern" #50. Now, the artist has unveiled the uncolored, inked version of the cover via his Twitter account.
Your emails have been read and the results have been tallied - these are the Top X-Moments of 2009 as chosen by you, the readers. What were they, you ask, and who is the mysterious "Brick?" Come on in and find out!
"Phantom" and "Lions, Tigers, and Bears" writer Mike Bullock spoke with CBR News about his latest creation, Death Angel, a new pulp-inspired character who debuted this week in Moonstone's "Phantom Double Shot: KGB Noir."
The mask has been pulled off the Big Bad of "Buffy Season 8," but as editor Scott Allie explained exclusively to CBR, there's much, much more to Angel's story than a black mask and a sinister plan.
The legal battle over the Jack Kirby estate Marvel copyright claims heated up today as Marvel struck back in court. ROBOT 6 has the details.
In the latest installment of AMAZONS ATTACK, Mars Goetsian focuses on Phillipus and her unique role as the only Amazon - other than Wonder Woman or Hippolyta - to continually appear in the comics over the last two decades.