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Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale next Wednesday including "Dark Avengers" #7, "Deadpool" #12, "Mighty Avengers" #27, "New Mutants" #3, "Punisher" #7 and more.
Comic-Con International has released the full programming schedule for Thursday, July 23, the first day of activities in San Diego. We've pulled out all the comic book-centric events for you to check out.
Anthrax guitarist Scott Ian has confirmed that he is working on a Lobo project for DC Comics, to be drawn by Sam Kieth. The news was first revealed by Keith in an interview with CBR News.
Even if almost nobody shows up, you can win if you're among the last ones standing. This week "predigested Forrest Gump" and Vril Dox are smart enough to make their way home as "Wednesday Comics" befuddles, "War of Kings" rages on and more.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "Incredible Hulk" #600 by Jeph Loeb and Ed McGuinness with covers by Alex Ross and Tim Sale, on sale July 22.
The goddess of war and wisdom sets out for a modern day adventure, drawing on everything from the Trojan War to presidential politics. We spoke with writer Doug Murray and artists Paul Renaud & Fabiano Neves about "Athena."
Performer Tyrese Gibson sets his sights on the comic book industry with "Mayhem!" from Image Comics. CBR News spoke with Gibson about how the project was formed and why he thinks he can introduce new readers to comics.
CBR's Doug Zawisza awards DC Comics five stars for "Green Lantern" #43, saying Geoff Johns and Doug Mahnke & Christian Alamy have made Black Hand one of the creepiest characters in DC history with just 22 pages.
Marvel unveils the special variant covers to "Ultimate Comics Spider-Man" #1, "Ultimate Comics Avengers" #1 and "Ultimate Comics Armor Wars" #1 utilizing the brand-new Foilogram cover treatment.
The artist of the new hardcover graphic novel from Oni Press talks about working with writer Jamie S. Rich, drawing in bars, and the only one of her three upcoming projects that she’s allowed to talk about.
Viz Media launches Shonen Sunday imprint! Dan Dare gets a licensing boost! Cleveland prepares to cut the ribbon on Superman's birthplace! Infantino discusses his career and legacy! Plus, the Michigan comics scene!
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings an exclusive preview of "Captain America" #601 by writer Ed Brubaker and artist Gene Colan. Available in color or black & white, this issue goes on sale next week.
Metamorpho artist Mike Allred talks to CBR News in this first installment of our weekly coverage of DC's "Wednesday Comics," which also includes series editor Mark Chiarello answering your questions every week!
This week: why comics are fun and how to keep them that way, plus shocking recovered memories; the death of the review; reader mail; some notes on San Diego, the last week in news, TV, swine flu mania and more!
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR brings you the full issue of the sold-out "Existence 2.0" #1 by writer Nick Spencer and artist Ronald Salas. For more, check out CBR's interview with the creators.
Courtesy of Dynamite, CBR brings you exclusive first looks at Alex Ross covers for "Red Sonja Presents Thulsa Doom" #3 and #4. Written by Arvid Nelson with art by Lui Antonio, the new series debuts in August.
From the identity of the Red Hulk to the future of Marvel's Hulk line itself, superstar writer Jeph Loeb details why the "Incredible Hulk" #600 anniversary issue will be a true milestone for the Green Goliath.
The artist of the Eisner-nominated “Air,” M.K. Perker makes his English-language writing debut with Dark Horses “Insomnia Café." We spoke with him about the project, a rare books dealer in a library of novels-in-progress.
ROBOT 6's Chris Mautner is all over today's debut issue of "Wednesday Comics," saying DC's latest offering is s a "candy-colored delight and a "pop-art extravaganza" that evokes the past while being distinctly modern and unique.
With Image Comics' new miniseries "Olympus" #3 on sale today, co-creator Nathan Edmonson provides commentary on each of the series' many variant covers and pinups -- eighteen in all!
It's New Comics Day in the USA, and CBR has more than 30 previews of books on sale now from Marvel, Oni, Dynamite, DC, Image, IDW, Top Cow, Dabel Brothers and Dark Horse.
Andrews McMeel combines Universal Press Syndicate and Uclick! Wizard World Chicago embraces anime fans -- but where are the publishers? An exhibit of Carl Barks art in Baltimore! Plus, a primer for "Blackest Night"!
The writer of "Cable," Duane Swierczynski joins X-POSITION to answer your questions about child-killing monsters and Cable joining the AARP. Plus exclusive art!
We're excited to announce we're bringing the CBR Boat Show, our video interview feature, back to Comic-Con International in San Diego and this year we got a bigger boat! Read the details on how you or your talent can get involved.
Pipeline goes Retro again this week to take a look at the earlier days of the modern Batgirl. Her original creators gave us a unique and fast-paced read nine years ago, and the stories still hold up. Plus, a podcast announcement.
Legendary artist John Romita, Jr. talks to CBR about the marathon of penciling it took to complete a 60-page story for "Amazing Spider-Man" #600, from the wedding shocker to the twist on a classic villain. Plus a "Kick-Ass" update.
CBR talks to writer-artist Jeff Lemire about the new collection of his Top Shelf graphic novels "The Complete Essex County" and his two new Vertigo projects, "The Nobody" graphic novel and "Sweet Tooth" ongoing.
Charles Xavier’s dream gets dangerously close to being co-opted as Norman Osborn introduces his Dark X-Men. In the second installment of EVOLUTION REVOLUTION, writer Matt Fraction returns to walk us through "Uncanny X-Men" #513.
Brian K. Vaughan tells ROBOT 6 that he has indeed left the writing staff of ABC's "Lost," although the question of why remains. The writer left ROBOT 6 with a curious statement on the move.
Comics Should Be Good's Greg Hatcher has been reading Batman comics for a very long time, and details every new piece of DC's revamped Batman line and how it compares to past eras.
Image Comics founder and Savage Dragon creator Erik Larsen goes in-depth about his long career in comic books, starting from his earliest fanzine work to his tenure as Publisher of Image and beyond.
IDW partners with Archie Comics for classics collection! Tony Daniel to take over "Batman"! Doctor Strange and Marvel's "Magic Problem"! Plus, revisiting a dark time in Avengers history: the leather -jacket era!
Top Cow announces that Pilot Season 2009 will be headed up by Robert Kirkman and Marc Silvestri, who will create five new concepts from which fans will select a new ongoing series.
Courtesy of Oni Press, CBR brings you an advance look at "Resurrection" #2 by writer Marc Guggenheim and artist Justin Greenwood, on sale this week in finer comics stores everywhere.
After a long holiday weekend of barbecues and fireworks, Tim looks forward to the mega-huge major event comic of the summer. No it's not "Blackest Night" or "Captain America: Reborn." It's "Wednesday Comics"!
One of Marvel's original heroes returns in “The Torch,” a miniseries that forces the Golden Ager to confront foes both old & new, as well as lingering questions about his past. CBR spoke with co-writer Mike Carey about the book.
Katchoo, Francine, and David are together again when creator Terry Moore releases the “Strangers in Paradise Omnibus,” a massive hardcover package debuting at Comic-Con. We caught up with Moore to discuss the book.
CBR's Reviews team look at nearly 20 new comics last week, including "Batman & Robin" #2, "Greek Street" #1, "Captain America: Reborn" #1, "Finding Nemo" #1, "Marvel Divas" #1, "Deadpool: Merc With a Mouth" #1 and more.
Veteran writer and editor Jamie S. Rich talks to CBR about his new Oni Press graphc novel, working with artist Joëlle Jones, and why writing a mystery isn’t that much of a departure for him.
“Captain America: Reborn” #1 answered questions about Steve Rogers' death, but introduced an larger mystery about his new life. Editor Tom Brevoort talks about the series and previews exclusive artwork.