5 All-New, All-Different Marvel Titles We're Most Excited to Read
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Number of mobile comics double in just two months! Dark Horse and AdHouse enter the digital field! Fan Expo Canada kicks off today! Murdered hotel heir had one of world's largest Batman collections! Plus, the samurai craze sweeps Japan! Again!
On the 4th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, cartoonist Josh Neufeld talks to CBR about his new nonfiction graphic novel “A.D.: New Orleans After the Deluge,” just out from Pantheon Books.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale next Wednesday including "Ultimate Comics Spider-Man" #2, "Agents of Atlas" #10, "Cable" #18, "Deadpool" #15, "Exiiles" #6, "Immortal Weapons" #2 and more.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of John Cassaday's variant cover for "Captain America: Reborn" #3, on sale September 16.
Four fascinating men -- Edward Nygma, Daken, Wade Wilson and Amadeus Cho -- show up in a major way while Green Lanterns look confused, Scott Summers revisits some old favorites and indy favorite "Rex Mundi" calls it quits.
Courtesy of Vertigo, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "Greek Street" #3 by writer Peter Milligan and artist Davide Gianfelice with a cover by KANO, on sale September 9 in finer comics stores.
Courtesy of Blue Water Comics, CBR brings you a preview of "Tribute: Michael Jackson, King of Pop," the latest in the publisher's line of biographical comic books, on sale in October.
CBR's Doug Zawisza looks at the first Pitt comic book in ten years, saying creator Dale Keown and writer Paul Kenkins deliver a wild ride in this "exciting, eye-popping read" from Top Cow Productions.
In our latest installment of EVOLUTION REVOLUTION, writer Matt Fraction joins us for commentary and insight on “Dark Avengers” #8, the penultimate chapter in the epic “Utopia” crossover between “Dark Avengers” and “Uncanny X-Men.”
“Rex Mundi” writer Arvid Nelson pens a story of youthful aggression and comics-inspired escapism in “Deadlocke,” a one-shot illustrated by Nick Stakal shipping in November from Dark Horse. We spoke with Nelson about the project.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "Invincible Iron Man" #17 by Matt Fraction and Salvador Larroca, on sale September 2in comics stores everywhere.
CBR's Chad Nevett loves "Batman & Robin" #3, giving Grant Morrison & Frank Quietly 4.5 stars for an "excellent comic with twisted writing, art that more than keeps pace, and all of the excitement you want from Batman & Robin."
Ryan Schifrin, Larry Hama and Adam Archer discuss Archaia’s newest title, "The Devil's Handshake," a 48-page one-shot the creators describe as a blend of Indiana Jones, James Bond, H.P. Lovecraft, and the Hardy Boys.
Greg Rucka talks to CBR TV about his newest projects – “Detective Comics,” “Stumptown” and the film adaptation of “Whiteout,” his Oni Press graphic novel with Steve Leiber. Check it out!
Tomorrow's the deadline for Harvey Awards voting! An in-depth comparison of Dylan Dog and Hellboy! The "Monsters of Webcomics" exhibit kicks off in San Francisco! Plus, examining the fabled "Kirby Triple"!
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "The Torch" #1 by writers Alex Ross & Mike Carey and artist Patrick Berkenkotter, on sale September 2 in comics stores everywhere.
Dave Gibbons shares his thoughts on Kamandi while current “Prince Valiant” comic strip writer Mark Schultz joins us to discuss the majesty and influence of Hal Foster on "Wednesday Comics" and beyond.
This week: Steven has the last word on Howard Chaykin; the EC-Atlas link of the '50s; plus family matters, the comics-methadrine connection, political conspiracy theories, the return of Comics Cover Challenge and more notes
Brian Michael Bendis & Michael Avon Oeming’s “Powers” returns in November with a new #1, and CBR News spoke with Bendis about the superhero crime series as well as the “Powers” TV pilot, which is currently in development.
In this in-depth conversation, Vertigo’s Executive Editor Karen Berger discusses with CBR News the imprint's success in 2009, plans for 2010, and why she feels Vertigo is delivering the best work in the industry.
Alex Ross expands upon the new characters of his burgeoning Dynamite superhero universe and shares with CBR an exclusive first look at the big villains who will tie everything together. It's time to meet the bad guys!
Creator Phil Hester talks with ROBOT 6's Tim O'Shea about his Brian Churilla-illustrated "The Anchor." Hester discusses the centuries-spanning story of the BOOM! book, as well as the craft of comics.
With Joshua & Jonathan Luna beginning the final arc of their vengeance-fueled epic "The Sword," CBR spoke with them about the series finale and offered some insight into what a film version of the comic book might look like.
With “Blackest Night: Titans” #1 on sale now, CBR News checked in with writer J.T. Krul to talk about the resurrected Terra and to see how the DC Comics mega event affects the breathing heroes habituating Titans Tower.
Borders' revenue drops amid revamp! Wichita comic shop shut down! First Second announces new books from Yang, Roman and Knisley! Fan Expo Canada kicks off on Friday! Plus, could digital comics save midlist titles?
It's new comics day in the USA, and CBR brings you no fewer than 50 previews of new comics on sale now from DC Comics, Top Cow, Dynamite, BOOM! Studios, Image, Marvel and Dark Horse.
Courtesy of IDW Publishing, we bring you an exclusive preview of "Astro Boy: The Movie" #2, the official movie adaptation by Scott Tipton and E.J. Su.
In this week's X-POSITION, "Dark Wolverine" writers Daniel Way and Marjorie Liu answer your questions about mutants with healing factors – from Deadpool to Daken, and Weapon X to X-23! Plus exclusive art!
Is DC guilty of a Photoshop Disaster? Could a new public health care plan in America change the way comics are made? Did they really make Spawn Pogs in 1993? Were comics really that crazy in the early 90s? Yes on all counts!
CBR's Timothy Callahan takes an advance look at Marvel's "Fantastic Four" #570, saying the new creative team of Jonathan Hickman and Dale Dale Eaglesham are off to a promising start, even if playing it a little safe.
With “Conan the Cimmerian” #13 on sale now, concluding the “Black Colossus” arc, CBR spoke with Dark Horse editor Philip Simon about the next two standalone issues featuring art by Joe Kubert, Timothy Truman and Paul Lee.
Comics Should Be Good has tallied your votes and determined the top seventy Marvel Comics panels of all time, and now it's your turn to determine the top ten. Click here to see the 70 finalists, including some surprises.
Prolific BOOM! Studios writer Michael Alan Nelson sits down with his boss, Editor-in-Chief Mark Waid, for an exclusive CBR TV interview about his career, "Hexed," and the new "28 Days Later" ongoing series.
The writer of Radical’s newest title, David Hine talks to CBR News about all the juicy details of "FVZA: Federal Vampire & Zombie Agency," a Roy Martinez-illustrated look at a world where the undead are an everyday hazard.
Courtesy of Aspen Comics, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "Soulfire" #0 by J.T. Krul and Marcus To, who continue Michael Turner's work starting September 9. An exclusive cover will be available at FanExpo Canada this weekend.
Judge orders Siegels and Warner Bros. into settlement talks! Police say drug kingpins planned to use comics to launder cash! Checking on on casualties of Tokyopop implosion! Plus, lots more!
After nearly five years of waiting, the showdown between The Darkness and Pitt is finally in stores this week. Writer Paul Jenkins spoke with CBR about the miniseries and why he thinks young Tim makes the characters work together.
On August 29-30, Traverse City Michigan plays host to the first ever Cherry Capital Con, a show that promises to be all about comics - all types of comics. CBR spoke with organizer Michael Akerley about the event.
November’s “Thor” #604 marks the beginning of a six-issue stint by writer Kieron Gillen and artist Billy Tan. CBR News spoke with the writer about his plans for the series, which he views as a modern day fantasy epic.
This week, Tim reviews the two debut titles from the Vertigo Crime line: Brian Azzarello's "Filthy Rich" and Ian Rankin's "Dark Entries" and discusses what the future might hold for this ambitious new DC imprint.