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John McClane's very bad days continue this August in a new series called "Die Hard: Year One" by Howard Chaykin and artist Stephen Thompson, coming from Boom! ROBOT 6 has all the details.
What happens when Marvel's most lethal assassin meets an unkillable man? “Deadpool” readers are learning the answer to that question in the current “Bullseye” arc. CBR spoke with writer Daniel Way about the series.
Courtesy of IDW Publishing, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra Official Movie Adaptation," featuring never-before-seen pages. UPDATED
This is it -- the final issue of "Ultimate Spider-Man" which ushers in a new era for Ultimate Spidey! Marvel has provided CBR News with an exclusive first look at seven pages from this issue by Bendis & Immonen.
Comic-Con International passes sell out! German government labels a manga harmful to minors! A sales-chart first for "Detective Comics"! Plus, Superman's hometown prepares for the ribbon-cutting on Siegel's former home!
It's New Comics Day in the USA, and CBR brings you more than 65 previews of new books on sale right now from Marvel, WildStorm, DC, BOOM! Studios, Dynamite, IDW, Image, Bluewater, Oni and Dark Horse.
This week's topics include: respecting comics, and other worthless endeavors; 1000 reviews in a thousand days; plus San Diego Con notes, death to New Comics Day, courtroom follies and other notes.
The writer of “New Mutants,” Zeb Wells spills some goodies about upcoming fun in the new Marvel title. Plus your questions and exclusive art in this all-new X-POSITION.
In this installment of WWC, Tim answers the age-old question: 'What is the WORST Grant Morrison comic?' and gives five answers. Plus, as an added bonus: Morrison's Ten Best Comics Ever.
Inside you'll find the sales estimates for comics and trade paperbacks that went on sale in April, 2009. Total sales are up from last month, with Marvel taking the most market share and DC with the highest selling book.
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR brings you advance looks at new books on sale this week including new issues of "Green Lantern," "Superman," "Fringe," "Wonder Woman," "Justice Society of America" and more.
Steven T. Seagle, the writer of Image Comics' acclaimed "Soul Kiss," discusses with CBR News the fifth and final issue of the devil-dealing series he co-created with artist Marco Cinello.
In partnership with author William F. Nolan, Bluewater Productions will produce comics based on his books "Logan's Run" and "Seven for Space" as well as a new title Nolan will create for the publisher.
In what Archie Comics is billing as the “Archie Story of the Century,” writer Michael Uslan is set to take Riverdale’s resident redhead into the future where he pops the question more than 65 years in making: “Will you marry me?"
Courtesy of Dynamite, CBR brings you an exclusive first look at John Cassaday's cover for "Sherlock Holmes" #4. Written by Leah Moore & John Reppion with art by Aaron Campbell, this issue goes on sale in August.
July's “Marvel Adventures: Spider-Man” #53 marks the beginning of a new direction for the all-ages series. CBR spoke with new writer Paul Tobin and cover artist Skottie Young about their plans for the book.
Despite gloomy economy, many publishers will still turn out for BookExpo America! More on the manga-obscenity case! The programming schedule for MoCCA! Plus, the Spider-Man musical is auditioning for Mary Jane!
Jeff Webber, Director of ePublishing at IDW, talks to CBR about the future of the electronic comics and what it means for readers, publishers and the medium itself.
Rich has the latest on the legal status of Miracleman and what's next for the embattled property. Plus, Disney Comics go BOOM!, the MCM Comics Expo and an important announcement about the future of LYING IN THE GUTTERS.
Fan favorite creator J. Michael Straczynski dishes on his miniseries “Red Circle,”and shares a lineup of superheroes you'll see in his forthcoming run on “The Brave and The Bold” too. Did he say, Brother Power, the Geek?
Augie took advantage of the just-finished long holiday weekend to indulge in a very special Pipeline Project: Can digital comics be read on a TV screen? Check out how he did it, and how well it worked.
Readers got a taste of Top Cow's “Cyberforce/Hunter-Killer” with the Free Comic Book Day preview. We spoke with Publisher Filip Sablik about the July-debuting mini by Mark Waid & Kenneth Rocafort, reintroducing both teams.
Courtesy of BOOM! Studios, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale this week including "Muppet Robin Hood" #1 and new issues of "Eureka: Dormant Gene," "Farscape: D'Argo's Lament" and more.
Your CBR Reviews team turned in nearly 20 reviews last week, including looks at "Batman: Mad Love & Other Stories," "Herogasm," "Punisher," "Captain America," "Hulk," "The Incredibles" and much, much more!
51 down and 1 to go! Brian and Justin walk you through the penultimate issue of Kurt Busiek and Mark Bagley's weekly DC Comics series "Trinity," featuring double-crosses, revelations and returns.
Following the success of the new "Star Trek," Comics Should Be Good's Greg Hatcher looks at the phenomenon of reboots through the prism of DC's Green Lantern franchise, which has demonstrated change on virtually every level.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you an advance look at "Captain America" #600, on sale in June and featuring the talents of Ed Brubaker, Mark Waid, Roger Stern, Luke Ross, Dale Eaglesham, Howard Chaykin, and more.
Courtesy of Dynamite Entertainment, CBR brings you an exclusive first look at Todd Nauck's cover for "Army Of Darkness: Ash Saves Obama" #1. Written by Elliot Serrano with art by Ariel Padilla, on sale in August.
"Speed Bump" creator Dave Coverly wins the Reuben Award! More on the manga-obscenity case! Why Donald Duck is the Jerry Lewis of Germany! Tips for attending Comic-Con! Plus, five things comic movies need to stop doing!
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you advance looks at two more titles on sale this week: "Amazing Spider-Man" #595 by Kelly & Jimenez and "Spider-Man: The Short Halloween" by Bill Hader and Seth Meyers, with Kevin Maguire.
Courtesy of Dynamite, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale this week including "Red Sonja" #44, "Garth Ennis' Battlefields: The Tankies" #2, and the TPB collection of "The Death-Defying 'Devil."
“League of Extraordinary Gentlemen: Century 1910” is the first volume of the series to be released by Top Shelf. CBR spoke with publisher Chris Staros about his experiences with the new and upcoming volumes of the “Century” series.
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR brings you advance looks at new books on sale this week including an exclusive preview of "Power Up," the new graphic novel by Doug TenNapel!
It seems fans of the Spider-Man newspaper strip have been granted their wish -- the marriage of Peter Parker and Mary Jane Watson is back on, after it previously echoed events in "Brand New Day."
Courtesy of Blue Water Comics, CBR brings you advance looks at "Tek War" #1 by William Shatner & Scott Davis and Erich Owens and "Lionsgate Films: Leprechaun by Zach Hunchar and Kris Carter.
This week in "Strangeways: The Thirsty," the graphic novel serialized on ROBOT 6, the townsfolk of Cedar Creek prepare for vampire invasion, which is a good thing, since the bloodsuckers are on main street right now!
Courtesy of Aspen Comics, CBR brings you an advance look at "Dellec" #0 by Frank Mastromauro & Vince Hernandez with art by Micah Gunnell & Rob Stull and colorist Matt Hollingsworth, on sale this week.
Courtesy of IDW, CBR brings you advance looks at two new titles on sale next week - "Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen Movie Adaptation" #2 and Clifford Meth's prose novel, "Billboards," illustrated by Dave Gutierrez.
In the latest issue of DC Comics' "Trinity," just about every lingering subplot is either resolved or set up for resolution, which doesn’t leave much old business for next week’s conclusion.
Beginning this Saturday at 9:00 AM Pacific, a series of auctions will launch on eBay to help raise money for artist Josh Medors, who is fighting cancer without medical insurance, and the comics industry is rallying to help him.