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After 40 years of fanboy celebration, Comic-Con International compiles some of its biggest names and best memories into a coffee table book. We spoke with CCI's David Glanzer about the project.
Editor-in-Chief Vince Hernandez talks to CBR about Aspen's summer plans, including details on new releases "Dellec" and "Executive Assistant: Iris," plus an update on "Ekos" from Geoff Johns and the "Fathom" movie.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR brings you a first look at "Invincible Iron Man" #14 by Matt Fraction and Salvador Larroca, part of Dark Reign and on sale next week in comics stores everywhere.
Comic and animation artist Dave Simons passes away. "Scalped," and the value of the trade market. A global printing giant ups its bid for Quebecor. Zeroing in on complaints about the MoCCA Festival. Plus, much more!
With Marvel's epic “War of Kings” drawing to a close, CBR checked in with writers Dan Abnett & Andy Lanning for an update on the intergalactic magnum opus that stretches across their four different titles.
Great black supervillains? Why the odds on it, or any more great superhero comics characters, grow slimmer by the day. Plus 1000 reviews in 1000 days, more Odysseus and tons more.
Prolific designer and noted Batman coffee-table book author Chip Kidd has announced he will write a full-length Batman comic book for DC Comics. ROBOT 6 has the details.
CBR's Doug Zawisza looks at Dynamite's relaunch of "Buck Rogers," saying Scott Beatty & Carlos Rafael have created a series that holds "some promise for great summer reading."
Novelist Ian Rankin delves into the mind of John Constantine in “Dark Entries,” an original Vertigo graphic novel. CBR spoke with Rankin about the project, the nature of Constantine, and the phenomena of reality television.
CBR News wants to know, are you spending more, less or about the same on comics each week as you did last year at this same time? Click here to take our new poll.
The unexpected Marvel miniseries “Models Inc.” takes to the runway in August, courtesy of Paul Tobin & Vicenc Villagrassa. The first issue also features a story starring "Project Runway's" Tim Gunn, penned by Marc Sumerak.
Image has provided CBR with advance looks at the publisher's September solicitations, including info and artwork for new issues of "Spawn" and "Dynamo 5" and the debuts of "Fallout Toyworks" and "Bomb Queen VI."
Dynamite Entertainment confirms a new agreement with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures to develop a new original comic book series based on the RoboCop franchise.
Mopping up crime scenes isn't easy and that much trickier when contending with vampire-like creatures. We spoke with Mark Wheaton about the bloody Dark Horse miniseries "The Cleaners," which wraps this month.
The creators of "Nate the Great" and Rosamond strike back at Emily the Strange! Sales of graphic novels grew last year, but manga fell! A couple jailed for distributing "Chick Tracts"! Plus, 10 ways to provoke a geek argument!
It's New Comics Day in the USA, and CBR brings you fifty (50!) previews of books on sale now from DC, WildStorm, IDW, Top Cow, Dynamite, Image, BOOM! Studios, Marvel, Oni Press and MAX. Whew!
This week, the writers of “X-Force” discuss their book, an unusual Deadpool team-up, a love pairing too strange to imagine, and answer your questions about "Messiah War!" All that plus exclusive art!
Writer/Artist Kevin Cannon talks to CBR about collaborating with Zander Cannon on the just released “T-Minus,” about the space race, and striking out on his own with the 288-hour graphic novel “Far Arden” from Top Shelf.
Joining Songbird, Iron Fist, Juggernaut and a host of others in the game that’ll follow a plotline similar to Marvel’s "Civil War" are the Green Goblin and Venom! ROBOT 6 has the details.
Pipeline is 12 years old this week, which is also roughly when "Quantum and Woody" came to life. In a dual celebration, Augie re-read the series and reports back on a superhero odd couple that remains sorely missed.
Bart Simpson’s favorite hero, Radioactive Man, gets the summer crossover event treatment in three successive Bongo comics in June. CBR spoke with writer Batton Lash about the project.
CBR's Greg McElhatton looks at Dark Horse's new Buffy one-shot by Becky Cloonan and Vasilis Lolos, giving the book four stars and saying he knew it'd be good, but that "I didn't expect to love it as much as I did."
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you an exclusive first look at cover artwork from the publisher's 70th Anniversary Decades Variants, featuring Agents of Atlas and Nova!
Courtesy of IDW, CBR brings you previews of new comics on sale this week including "Angel: Blood & Trenches" #4, "American McGee's Grimm" #2, "Doctor Who: Autopia," "G.I. Joe: Origins" #4 and much more.
“Marvel Divas” writer Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa sees the personal lives of four Marvel heroines to be just as crazy as their costumed adventures. We speak with him and preview exclusive art from the miniseries.
Creator, writer and illustrator Frank Cho discusses with CBR News the long- awaited hardcover collection of his early "Liberty Meadows" Sunday newspaper strips, courtesy of Image Comics.
Courtesy of Aspen Comics, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "Dellec" #1 by Frank Mastromauro & Vince Hernandez and Micah Gunnell & Rob Stull, on sale in July.
Yet another firing at "Wizard"! A peek at Jason's Spider-Man story from "Strange Tales MAX"! Borders UK wants to unload its stores! More on the MoCCA Festival! Plus, why try to argue that superhero comics are accessible?
The indie comics show sets up shop in a new venue, and CBR News takes you inside the MoCCA festival from the big names and buzz books to sweltering summer heat.
ROBOT 6's Tim O'Shea conducts an enlightening and candid interview with cartoonist Nate Powell, author of Top Shelf's hugely acclaimed "Swallow Me Whole." Check it out!
With Robert Kirkman & Charlie Adlard's zombie epic about to get all kinds of bloody, the "Walking Dead" writer weighed in on each character's chances of surviving the upcoming "Hunt" storyline, beginning this week.
Tim, joined by artist Todd Casey, spends an adventurous day at the MoCCA Festival in New York City and returns to regail us with tales of the ups and downs, the good and the bad, and the contender for best book of the year.
CBR's reviews team looked at nearly 20 books last week, including the "Captain Britain & MI13" annual, "The Best of Simon & Kirby," new issues of "Mighty Avengers" and "New Avengers," "Batman & Robin" #1 and more.
“Abstract Comics" will be released next month by Fantagraphics, so CBR News spoke with editor Andrei Molotiu about the book, the tie-in blog, and the particulars of what exactly makes an abstract comic book.
CBR News talks to writers Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning about the Marvel/Top Cow crossover “Fusion,” which features the New Avengers, the Thunderbolts, Cyberforce and Hunter-Killer.
In celebration of Marvel's 70th anniversary, Marcos Martin contributes variant covers for a series of one-shot specials. CBR spoke with the artist about the project and checked out his cover sketches.
Acclaimed writer Peter Milligan's new Vertigo series "Greek Street" digs into the crazier, sexier elements of classical tragedy as set in modern London. We spoke to the writer and previewed the first seven pages.
Courtesy of Dynamite, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale this week including "Buck Rogers" #1, "Sherlock Holmes" #2, "Army of Darkness" #21, "Super Zombies #4 and "Terminator: Revolution" #5.
A once-popular comics torrents site calls it quits! Yet another departure from "Wizard"! Lots of coverage from the MoCCA Festival! More on the early sellout of Comic-Con! Plus, what's with all the Wonder Woman hate?
IDW has announced "Angel: Only Human," a new mini-series that follows Illyria and Gunn on a bizarre road trip as they try to reconcile their “inner” demons with their newfound humanity. We have an exclusive cover look.