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"The Apocalipstix" shows readers an all-girl rock-and-roll triumph over the end of civilization. CBR caught up with writer Ray Fawkes and artist Cameron Stewart to discuss the original graphic novel.
David Lafuente uses his considerable skills to depict snowy, sub-zero action in July's “Patsy Walker: Hellcat." CBR spoke with him about his work with the Marvel heroine, whom he calls "a charming and glamorous kick-ass woman-mixtape."
"Robin" writer Chuck Dixon has announced he is no longer employed by DC Comics "in any capacity." The news comes just after Frank Tieri was announced as the writer of a two-issue story for Dixon's "Batman and the Outsiders."
The Eternals return this week in a new series written by Charles & Daniel Knauf with art by Daniel Acuna. Does the first issue capture the Jack Kirby magic? Timothy Callahan checks in with a review.
Mike Carey joins X-POSITION to answer your questions about "X-Men: Legacy," 'Secret Invasion: X-Men," the "Dark Deception" crossover with "Wolverine: Origins," and much, much more.
CBR News' lengthy chat with "Invincible" co-creator Robert Kirkman continues as the writer looks towards the future of the Invincible Universe, including spin offs, future plotlines and the rumored feature film!
On sale this week, “Skaar: Son of Hulk” #1 sends fans back to the savage world of Sakaar for the epic adventure of Bruce Banner’s barbarian offspring. We talk with writer Greg Pak about the Ron Garney-drawn series.
Alaska gets its own superhero in July, when “Patsy Walker: Hellcat” #1 hits the stands courtesy of Kathryn Immonen and David Lafuente. CBR spoke with Immonen about the miniseries and why Patsy Walker stands out in the Marvel Universe.
In this first part of an extensive interview, Robert Kirkman, the writer and co- creator of Image Comics' superhero hit, reflects on 50 issues of stories, dives into his love of subplots (including one he forgot) and much, much more!
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "Moon Knight" #21 by Mike Benson and Mark Texeira, beginning the “The Death of Marc Spector” storyline.
The Museum of Comic and Cartoon Art held its annual MoCCA Art Festival in Manhattan last weekend, and CBR News was there to take in the sights and speak with organizers and professionals in attendance.
Writer Rick Remender is re-teaming with “Strange Girl” co-creator Eric Nguyen for Dark Horse’s “Gigantic,” a twist on “The Truman Show” with a dash of giant robots, giant monsters, and ‘50s sci-fi kitsch.
The T-MINUS team of Brian Eason and Justin Eger are back with TRINGENUITY, CBR's new weekly feature of commentary and analysis on DC Comics' "Trinity" by Kurt Busiek and Mark Bagley and company.
Courtesy of Devil's Due, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale this week including "Drafted" #8 and "Hack/Slash" #12 - guest starring Evan Dorkin's Milk & Cheese!
With the final issue of Frank Tieri's "Gotham Underground" in stores this week, the writer jumps into the fray of "Batman R.I.P." in a two-issue stint with the DCU's most volatile black ops super team.
It was a busy week here at CBR, which saw a large number of reviews for some big releases in the past week. Catch up on everything that happened in the past week right now!
Courtesy of Image, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale this week including "Invincible" #50, "Charlatan's Ball" #1, "Madman Atomic Comics" #9," "Jack Staff" #17 and much more.
“Tiny Titans” artist Art Baltazar gives CBR News an exclusive first look at “Ninjatown: Adventures of the Wee Ninja,” a new 48-page one-shot based on the popular Shawnimals toys and coming this month from Devil’s Due. Watch out for Mr. Demon!
Cosmic do dats, galactic funnels and talking bears are just a few of the oddities found in "MOME" Vol. 11. Fantagraphics' Eric Reynolds talks with CBR about the offbeat collection, which includes new work by French artist Killoffer.
One of Charles Xavier’s biggest mistakes comes looking for him in September's “Dark Deception,” a multipart crossover between “X-Men: Legacy” and “Wolverine: Origins.” We spoke writer Mike Carey about the storyline.
Mercury Comics have provided CBR News with a preview of "Atomika" #9 by Andrew Dabb and Sal Abbinanti, featuuring a cover by "Astonishing X-Men" artist Simone Bianchi, on sale at conventions throughout the summer.
Did Neil Gaiman get c-blocked by Mike Mignola, Matt Wagner and Mike Grell? What's Jack Kirby to do with the CIA? What were Frank Miller's Daredevil plans post-"Born Again?" And does John Byrne have a problem with nipples?
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale next week including "Eternals" #1, "newuniversal: Shockfront" #2, "Secret Invasion: Who Do You Trust?" One-Shot, "The Twelve" #6 and more.
Dark Horse has released images and solicitation information for new comics and products on sale in September, including "Buffy the Vampire Slayer Vol. 3: Wolves at the Gate," the "Umbrella Academy" umbrella and more.
Veteran novelist and comics scribe Greg Rucka says you can't spell "Crisis" without Cris -- Crispus Allen, that is, the latest host of The Spectre, who stars in Rucka's upcoming five-issue tie-in miniseries, “Final Crisis: Revelations.”
In this first of a series of background features on the many characters in DC's "Final Crisis," CBR's Brian Eason details the histories of issue #1 obscurities Libra and the Human Flame.
Spidey reached a personal milestone in this week's “Amazing Spider-Man," but things won’t be getting easier for him if Bob Gale has any say. We spoke with the writer.
Courtesy of Dark Horse, CBR brings you an advance look at "Star Wars: Dark Times" #12 by Mick Harrison and Doug Wheatley, the next part of the Star Wars line's "Vector" crossover.
In this week's “Secret Invasion” #3, the Skrulls take Manhattan, heroes turn on each other, and a long-absent ... well, we won't spoil it. Writer Brian Michael Bendis joins CBR to help navigate the intricacies of the issue page-by-bloody-page.
Best-selling novelist and comics writer Brad Meltzer discusses “DC Universe: Last Will and Testament,” the “Final Crisis” tie-in one-shot that sees DC's heroes on "the last night before the battle that will end it all."
DC Comics launched their third weekly series this week, "Trinity," by Kurt Busiek and Mark Bagely. Does the first issue work and how does it compare to "52" and "Countdown?" CBR's Greg McElhatton checks in with a review.
Marvel's "Captain Britian and MI:13" has been attracting attention in the UK press for its depiction of real-life Prime Minister Gordon Brown. CBR brings you the highlights as well as a preview of issue #2, on sale next week.
IDW has announced former Marvel Comics editor Andy Schmidt has joined the publisher as Senior Editor with one of his primary roles being to oversee the newly-acquired “G.I. Joe” line of comics.
All seasons change. Or do they? As "Lions, Tigers & Bears" creator Mike Bullock reveals in his new graphic novel, “Secrets of the Seasons,” those changes have a lot to do with a family of elves called the Gimoles.
Courtesy of Image Comics and Active Images, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "Elephantmen" #12 by Richard Starkings and guest artist Rob Steen ("Flanimals"), on sale June 11.
X-Men editor Nick Lowe stops by X-POSITION this week to answer questions about dating telepaths, Cable cuddling, and Dazzler’s relationship status. Plus, exclusive artwork from "Cable" #7.
Writer Peter Tomasi, a long-time fan of J'onn J'onzz, mourns the death of the fallen superhero in next month's one-shot, “Final Crisis: Requiem,” and speaks with CBR News about the Manhunter from Mars.
Tony Bedard talks to CBR's Robert Taylor about “Birds of Prey,” having Barbara Gordon and The Joker meet for the first time since “The Killing Joke,” and looks at “Countdown to Final Crisis” in retrospect.
Courtesy of Image, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale this week including an exclusive preview of "Amory Wars II" by Claudio Sanchez and Gabriel Guzman with a cover by Tony Moore.
Manga Publisher TOKYOPOP announced today a major reorganization of their company that sees it split in two with a focus on growing multi-media opportunities, while cutting titles and 39 positions.