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Hot off a #1 sales debut for his new "X-Men" series, writer Victor Gischler and CBR discussed mutants and vampires, taking cues from the fans, Wolverine vs. Jubilee and fandom crossover with his crime novels.
Augie travels back in time to Marvel's "Infinity Gauntlet" days, reliving his comics youth and finding early reaction to the story from the internet at the time. Plus, reviews of "Mesmo Delivery" and "Scratch9" #1.
In anticipation of this week's release of "Invincible Volume 13: Growing Pains" by Robert Kirkman and Ryan Ottley, Image Comics has provided CBR with the first full issue in the collection.
Inside you'll find the sales estimates for comics and trade paperbacks for July 2010 with "X-Men" #1 topping the monthly charts and "Scott Pilgrim" handily atop the trades rankings.
We spoke with Dark Horse's Scott Allie and IDW's Chris Ryall about last week's announcement that "Angel" will be returning to Dark Horse in late 2011 and what this means for the character's future with both publishers.
BOOM! Studios has released an advance look at Stan Lee's "Soldier Zero" #1, created by Lee, written by Paul Cornell with art by Javier Pina and covers by Dave Johnson, Phil Noto and more. The issue hits stores in October.
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Detective Comics" #868 featuring Batman versus a city full of Jokers. The issue, by David Hine and Scott McDaniel, hits stores tomorrow, August 25.
In the first of a two-part interview, Stuart Moore spoke with ROBOT 6's Tim O'Shea about his past as an editor on titles including "Preacher," "Alias," and more, transitioning to a freelance writer and more.
Marvel Comics has released a new advance look at "Thor" #615 by the incoming creative team of Matt Fraction and Pasqual Ferry with covers by Ferry and Joe Quesada. The God of Thunder strikes on September 22.
Last weekend, the marquee show of the Wizard World tour hit the Chicago suburbs, and CBR was there to talk with talent, retailers and con organizer Gareb Shamus about the changing show, Rod Blagojevich and more.
Marvel Comics has released an advance look at "X-Force: Sex & Violence" #3 co-written by Christopher Yost and Craig Kyle with art and cover by Gabrielle Dell'Otto. The series concludes September 22.
Dynamite Entertainment has announced that Greg Horn will be painting variant covers for upcoming issues of "Green Hornet" and has provided CBR News with an exclusive first look at them.
More details have emerged about Cartoon Network’s "Young Justice" animated series including the fact that the show takes place on Earth 16, placing it firmly in DC Comics' continuity. SPINOFF has the details.
Image has released artwork and solicitation information for new comics on sale in November, including new issues of "The Walking Dead"," "Morning Glories," "Spawn," "Orc Stain" and more.
Private practice physician turned comic creator Ed Park spins a tale of life extension based on real science and gave CBR a taste of the trials and tribulations involved in turning out a homegrown graphic novel.
Last week, CBR's review staff covered twenty new comics, including "Ex Machina" #50, "New Avengers" #3, "DV8: Gods and Monsters" #5, "Avengers Academy" #3 and a 4.5 star review for "Brightest Day" #8.
DC Comics has released a preview of "Superman/Batman" #75 featuring an all-star list of talent including Joe Kelly, Frank Quitely, Francis Manapul, David Finch, Paul Levitz and others. The anniversary issue hits August 25.
The once and future writer-artist behind DC Comis' "Batman" monthly, creator Tony Daniel swings back into Gotham for new stories, a new style and the completion of his lost chapter with Grant Morrison.
Stan "The Man" Lee returns to his letter column duties for "Amazing Spider-Man" #641 in order to right a terrible wrong committed over three decades ago. CBR has an exclusive look at the momentous event.
This week, Tim spoke with writer-on-the-rise Scott Snyder about vampire vacations in Vegas and the the grim greatness of Gotham City as they look behind the scenes on Snyder's upcoming run on "Detective Comics."
12-Gauge Comics has provided CBR with an exclusive look at October's "Boondock Saints: The Head of the Snake" #1 by Troy Duffy and J.B. Love and artist Guus Floor with a Chris Brunner cover.
Jeff Matsuda returns to comics, as he, Aron Lusen, and Brian Wyser prepare to launch three new series from their X-Ray Kid Studios imprint. CBR spoke with the X-Ray Kid crew about their upcoming plans.
Dynamite Entertainment has provided CBR with advance looks at new comics on sale this Wednesday, August 25, including "Battlefields: Motherland Part Three" #9, "Robocop" #6, "Ani-Max" and more.
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Guarding the Globe" #1 by Robert Kirkman, Benito Cereno and Ransom Getty. The world's defenders step up this Wednesday, August 25.
Marvel has released an advance look at December's "Wolverine: The Best There Is" #1 by Charlie Huston and Juan Jose Ryp with covers by Bryan Hitch, Marko Djurdjevic and Gabriele Dell'Otto
Rod Blagojevich puts Wizard World Chicago in spotlight! The state of the U.S. manga industry! Interviews with Tony Harris, Matthew Southworth, and Mat Johnson and Simon Gane! Plus the Hulk's Twitter rampage!
Acclaimed artist Ryan Sook sketches out an intricate image to cover a wave of "Brightest Day" titles featuring the biggest resurrected heroes and villains of the DC Universe and the avatars of the various lantern corps.
We spoke with child psychologist and comic book writer Sholly Fisch who shared which heroes will co-star in the new title first issues and the differences between this series and his "Super Friends" run.
ROBOT 6 spoke with with Sean Michael Wilson about "Ax: A Collection of Alternative Manga," which collects stories taken from the first ten years of the experimental magazine‘s history.
You've followed the countdown from #75 to #1, and now all 75 moments are in one convenient place for you to check out what were voted the most memorable moments in DC Comics history!
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR brings you previews of "Invincible" #74, "Savage Dragon" #163," and more. Check back next week for an exclusive extended preview of "Guarding the Globe" #1 and a full issue of "Invincible!"
CSBG takes a look at Ben Caldwell's unsold Wonder Woman pitch and wonders whether a comic like Caldwell's Wonder Woman could be just the "gateway drug" that comics could use to gain a larger female audience.
In ROBOT 6's regular Shelf Porn feature, Stephen Yarish shares pictures of his massive Hulk collection, which includes action figures, statues, Halloween supplies and much more!
Marvel has released an advance look at "Shadowland: Blood on the Streets" #2 by Antony Johnston and Wellington Alves with a cover by Francesco Mattina." The issue hits stores September 8.
Tom Brevoort & Axel Alonso return to T&A to talk TRON/Marvel U variants, explain the end of "Daredevil," relaunch Doctor Bong, make monster sex tasteful and share loads of exclusive art from across the Marvel U!
Superstar creator Todd McFarlane spoke with CBR TV about the "Image United" delay, the mystery of Al Simmons, discovering the new "Spawn" artist via Twitter, getting back to the drawing board and much more.
BOOM! Studios has provided CBR with an exclusive first look at three of the covers for the debut issue of "Stan Lee's The Traveler" by Mark Waid and Chad Hardin with covers by Hardin, Scott Clark and Joe Benitez.
Marvel Comics has released and advance look at "Casanova" #3 by the critically acclaimed team of Matt Fraction, Fabio Moon and Gabriel Ba. The third chapter of the remastered series hits stores September 22.
With the events of "World War Hulks" having delivered their final blows to the life of Bruce Banner, Jeph Loeb, Greg Pak and Jeff Parker are back for one last look at the story, from the human fallout to the hulking future.
What connection does the popular group Devo have to do with Wonder Woman, of all comics? Plus, did DC Comics turn down a chance to make James Bond comics at the height of the Connery films?