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IDW Publishing has provided CBR with advance looks two new books on sale next week: "Beyond the Wall" #1 and the final issue of "Transformers: All Hail Megatron" #16!
CBR's Steve Sunu was in attendance at the annual Harvey Awards presentation, held during Baltimore Comic-Con. We have all the results and a full report on the ceremony.
Saturday afternoon at Baltimore Comic-Con, DC Nation brought the news, announcements, Ketchup-flavored chips, and a naked Batman Mego down by the Nation’s Capitol. CBR has all the details.
A whole host of Marvel writers including Brian Michael Bendis, Matt Fraction and Jason Aaron took the stage at Baltimore Comic-Con to discuss their future plans at the House of Ideas. Oh, and Thor had a question.
Britain's Greatest Hero gets a brand new ongoing Image series next year titled "The Weird World of Jack Staff." CBR tapped creator Paul Grist to talk about the series as well as his upcoming "The Eternal Conflicts of the Cosmic Warrior."
"Wonton Soup" creator James Stokoe brings his newest ongoing series "Orc Stain" to Image Comics. CBR News spoke with the writer-artist about the many, many orcs that inhabit this fantasy-filled world.
Announced Saturday in Baltimore, Eisner-winning creator Matt Wagner is taking on a second origin for Dynamite Entertainment and the publisher debuts his first cover for the '30s origin of Britt Reid's masked alter ego.
BOOM! Studios has provided CBR with advance looks at new books on sale next week, including "Uncle Scrooge," "28 Days Later," "Farscape: D'Argo's Trial," and the debut of "The Anchor," by Phil Hester and Brian Churilla!
Comic Book Resources and Penguin are giving away five copies of "Was Superman A Spy," written and autographed by COMICS SHOULD BE GOOD's very own Brian Cronan! Enter today for your chance to win!
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR presents an exclusive 9-page preview of "Cowboy Ninja Viking" #1 by co-creators AJ Lieberman and Riley Rossmo, available in comic stores everywhereon October 14.
Wonder Woman's boyfriend,Steve Trevor was one of the most brilliant concept of the Golden Age, so why is it equally brilliant that he's not longer the Amazon's love interest in current continuity? Carol A. Strickland spells it out.
Writer Tom Pinchuk and artist Kate Glasheen recently spoke with CBR News about their new addition to classic Greek mythology. Plus, CBR presents an exclusive reprinting of the first issue in it's entirety!
Recently named as new co-writer of "Action Comics," alongside Greg Rucka, CBR checked in with Eric Trautmann to see where his head was at now that he's writing arguably the most important title in the history of comics.
This week's Comic Book Legends Revealed tackles the true origins of DC Comics' Multiverse, a British company's remixing Marvel Comics in the '60s and much respect for the legendary George Tuska!
"High Moon" creators David Gallaher and Steve Ellis bring an old-time radio serial to comiXology’s iPhone application next week. CBR News spoke with the "Box 13" creators for all the details.
The New York Comic Con has announced that legendary father/son artists John Romita Sr. and his son, John Romita Jr. will be making a joint appearance at the 2010 convention as Keystone Guests of Honor
Jonathan Maberry's "Black Panther" is a tale of high-tech espionage and revenge. CBR spoke with him about his plans for both T'Challa, the former Black Panther and the current female Panther, T'Challa's sister, Shuri.
The writer and illustrator of Image Comics' upcoming graphic novel, "One Model Nation," spoke with CBR News about the story's many themes and explain how the project came together.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale next Wednesday including "Deadpool" #900, "Uncanny X-Men" #516, "Iron Man: Iron Protocols," "Web of Spider-Man" #1 and more.
CBR's reviewer James Hunt gives Warren Ellis and new series artist Phil Jimenez's "Astonishing X-Men" #31 a 4-star review, saying that the issue exhibits "an understanding of the medium...that only the best have."
Following one woman's quest for vengeance in post-Katrina New Orleans, "NOLA" #1 arrives in November from BOOM! Studios. CBR News spoke with writers Chris Gorak and Pierluigi Cothran about the four-issue miniseries.
Jericho Drumm reps his city! Parker Robbins makes big moves! Wade Wilson makes pancakes! Could that be ... no, it's not a unicorn or a cheerleader who can cook, it's an issue of "Planetary" joining a winner week.
The ultra-popular creator of indie hits like "Johnny The Homicidal Maniac" takes a stab at supervillains in Marvel's "Strange Tales" anthology and explains his fascination with mad scientists, giant heads, and more.
The British comic company took to the stage in Long Beach and candidly discussed what went wrong with the company in the past, what's going right now, four new titles for 2010, and bringing "Cla$$war" to the big screen.
CBR's Chad Nevitt gives Warren Ellis and John Cassaday's long awaited "Planetary" #27 a 4 star review, stating that the issue provides a suitable ending to a series that has been "ambitious and quite wondrous at times."
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR presents an exclusive first look at some of Mike Mayhew's artwork for the upcoming "New Avengers Annual" #3, featuring none other than Norman Osborn's Dark Avengers!
CBR spoke with "Franklin Richards" and "Pet Avengers" mastermind Chris Eliopoulos about his decidedly not all-ages strip "Desperate Times," which is collected in a new trade paperback, on sale this week.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "The Marvels Project" #3 from the award-winning team of Ed Brubaker and Steve Epting, on sale next week, October 14.
School system pulls "Dragon Ball" from library shelves! Sales of adult graphic novels drop in book market! More on Kodansha! Viz Media is accepting submissions! Jimmy Gownley plays guest DJ! Plus more!
CBR spoke with Robert Kirkman about Daniel and Kurt Kilgore, two siblings that don't particularly like one another but need each other to form Haunt, the ghastly star of Kirkman and McFarlane's new Image Comics series.
Archaia's ongoing series deals with Hernan Cortez and the subjugation of an entire race as depicted by writer Matz in the French author's first work created specifically for an English-speaking audience.
This week: underground comics, putting the realism into comics art, and other strolls through the distant past; more missives from the mailbag; plus APE, the Red Squads ride again, other notes, the Comics Cover Challenge, and more.
Jim Shooter stopped by the CBR yacht during CCI to talk about Dark Horse's upcoming line of comics based on the Gold Key/Dell characters, what his role in project will be, how excited he is to revisit the characters, and more.
The last time that environmentalism and Big Business was all the rage, Marvel gave comic book fans John Byrne's "Namor." That's what Augie's looking at this week in a special Wednesday edition of Pipeline Retro.
At the Long Beach Comic Con, fast-talking BOOM! Studios Editor-In-Chief Mark Waid discussed "Incorruptible," secret identities, Rich Johnston, his man-crush, and much more as he answered 56 questions in 50 minutes!
Brian Michael Bendis let slip that Marvel's next big event will be titled "Siege," a 4-issue mini-series featuring art by Olivier Coipel that will detail the unraveling of Norman Osborn's Dark Reign. ROBOT 6 has all the details.
With his creator-owned graphic novel, "Exurbia," hitting stores today, Scott Allie spoke with CBR News about the origins of the book, how he got his start in comics, what his position editing at Dark Horse entails and much more.
Greg McElhatton gives 4.5 stars to "Daredevil" #501, Andy Diggle and Roberto de la Torre's first issue on the title, stating that the creators are "making the arrival of a new creative team look like the most natural thing in the world."
Courtesy of Top Cow, CBR presents an exclusive first look at the finished covers for "Cyberforce/Hunter-Killer" #4 and 5, featuring the artwork of series artist, Kenneth Rocafort.
Brian Michael Bendis has big plans for Marvel's most mentally unstable super team, the "Dark Avengers." CBR News spoke with him about some surprising revelations, a battle with an immensely powerful foe, and a special Annual.