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Jason Aaron & Ron Garney’s “Wolverine: Weapon X” kicks off in April, and CBR News spoke with Aaron about the new book's first arc ,which finds Logan up against a superpowered, corporate sponsored Wolverine kill squad.
Your friends may finally have cracked open their copies of "Watchmen" in anticipation of the movie release, but what's REALLY next for them? Tim considers each type of reader and offers suggestions for "Following Watchmen."
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you an exclusive first look at Chris Bachalo's variant cover for "New Avengers" #51, featuring a major player in the search for the next Sorcerer Supreme!
The latest cosmic crossover from Marvel launches today in the pages of "War of Kings" #1. What did we think of the first issue by Dan Abnett & Andy Lanning and Paul Pelletier? Benjamin Birdie has the review.
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR brings you a mammoth 22-page preview of "New Brighton Archeological Society: The Castle of Galomar," the new original graphic novel by Mark Andrew Smith and Matthew Weldon, on sale now.
Writer Brian Azzarello and cover artist Dave Johnson met with fans at San Francisco's WonderCon to discuss Vertigo’s “100 Bullets,” from the book's origins to the upcoming final issue to what comes next for the creative team.
It's new comics day in the USA, and CBR brings you nearly thirty previews of new books on sale right now including "War of Kings" #1 and other titles from Marvel, Image, Dynamite and BOOM!
With all the news that came out of WonderCon over the past weekend, it wouldn't be a surprise if you missed a story here or a development there. No worries - CBR's complete WonderCon News Index can fill in those gaps for you!
The writer of “Cable” hops one year into the future and lets readers know what they can expect in X-POSITION 2010! Sort of. But Swierczynski is definitely answering your questions and previewing exclusive art from "Cable" #12!
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "Madman Atomic Comics" #14, featuring story and art by Mike Allred, Darwyn Cooke and J. Bone, on sale March 4th.
Dark Horse Comics has provided CBR with an exclusive preview of "The Goon" #32, the title's Tenth Anniversary issue on stands tomorrow! Also tomorrow, CBR will have an interview with The Goon's creator, Eric Powell.
Three years in the making, Augie reviews "Ultimate Wolverine vs. Hulk" #3 (Finally!). Plus, what happened to the animals that miss Noah's Ark? And then what happens if Diamond Distribution itself collapses tomorrow?
With “Secret Warriors” #2 on sale this week, CBR News talks with writer Jonathan Hickman about what's next for Nick Fury now that he knows the dark secret behind his former employer, the spy agency S.H.I.E.L.D.
Venerable cartoonist Stan Sakai met with fans at San Francisco's WonderCon to discuss 25 years of his rabbit samurai, Usagi Yojimbo, including the hero's origins, his dealings with the TMNT, animation and film and much more.
Courtesy of Dynamite Entertainment, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale this week including "The Boys" #28, "Army of Darkness" #17 and "Dead Irons" #2.
CBR's Comics Should Be Good blog will spend the month of March spotlighting a different Pulitzer Prize-winning political cartoon every day. Check out the first two in this cool feature,
It’s a war for the fate of the world in last week's issue of “Trinity,” as the Justice Society faces down Morgaine’s army in a final clash of titans in Metropolis, even as Konvikt faces hard truths about his chosen allies.
Courtesy of Radical Comics, CBR brings you an advance look at "Shrapnel - Aristeia Rising" #3 by Mark Long & Nick Sagan and M. Zachary Sherman and Bagus Hutomo, on sale this week.
IDW Publishing staffers met with fans at WonderCon to discuss a torrent of new books based off the upcoming "Transfromers", "G.I. Joe", and "Star Trek" movies, including news on the "Next Generation" crew's involvement in the film.
WildStorm editor Shannon Denton met with fans in San Francisco to tease what's coming next for the WildStorm Universe, who's doing variant covers for upcoming video game properties and more.
"Planet Karen" creator Karen Ellis lost her home and nearly all her possessions in a fire last week, and Gail Simone and other members of the comics community are appealing to readers to participate in a benefit auction for Ellis.
Lots going on this week, with news of a new "Anna Mercury" series, more on DC's next weekly series, Rich attends the London premiere of "Watchmen" and has the video interviews with the stars to prove it and much, much more! Updated
With the trade paperback collection on sale now, CBR brings you the full issue of Dynamite's "New Battlestar Galactica" #0, written by Grek Pak and illustrated by NIgel Raynor with a cover by Michael Turner.
Reginald Hudlin, Denys Cowan and Axel Alonso met with fans in San Francisco to talk about BET’s new animated series based on Marvel’s classic King of Wakanda and tease fans about the identity of the new female Black Panther.
At last weekend's WonderCon, SLG Publishing's Dan Vado shared information on upcoming titles, talked frankly about the new Diamond minimums, and invited Bay Area fans to two fun events at his headquarters.
At last weekend's WonderCon, "Uncanny X-Men" writer Matt Fraction and editor Axel Alonso warned fans in the X-Men’s new home of San Francisco to watch their backs – the Dark Avengers are coming, and they’re pissed.
Brian Azzarello came to Wondercon in San Francisco to discuss his gritty writing career in comics, specifically the groundbreaking end to his and Eduardo Risso's hit comic book series, “100 Bullets.”
Director of publicity Jeremy Atkins and editor Shawna Gore spoke with WonderCon attendees about what's coming up at Dark Horse with Star Wars, future webcomic collections, movie adaptations and more.
Courtesy of BOOM! Studios, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale this week including "Farscape" #3 and TPB collections of "Challenger Deep, "The Last One" and "Seekers Into the Mystery: Vol. 1."
The two critically-acclaimed writers met in San Francisco at WonderCon Saturday afternoon to talk about genre, literature pitching the "Fantastic Four" movie and taking your toys out of their boxes.
This Summer, Norman Osborn decides he has a mutant problem and does something about it in the six part “Dark Avengers/Uncanny X-Men." We spoke with Matt Fraction & Nick Lowe about the cross-over.
Vertigo gave WonderCon attendees a brief glimpse into Vertigo Crime, their new original graphic novel imprint, as well as hints of the future of the long-running imprint's regular titles, including news about the "Fables" prose novel.
“Starman,” “Superman” and "The Golden Age" writer James Robinson gave an audience a polite and rapid recap of his life, career, and characters, and some hints at the future, during his Saturday afternoon Wondercon panel.
Marvel's revisitation of classic X-Men tales sees a new iteration starring the All-New, All-Different X-Men under the tutelage of Scott Gray. CBR News spoke with the writer about what X-fans can expect.
Top Marvel writers Matt Fraction, Ed Brubaker, Joe Casey, and Rick Remender assembled for the Mondo Marvel panel Saturday afternoon at WonderCon, where fans participated in a spirited Q&A about their favorite series.
This summer, the question of “What’s your sign?” takes on a whole new meaning when Marvel's new three issue “Dark Reign: Zodiac” mini-series begins. CBR News spoke with writer Joe Casey about the series.
IDW Publishing announced new deluxe collections for “The Rocketeer,” “Family Circus” and “Captain Canuck” during their Saturday panel at WonderCon, as well as discussing the rest of their 2009 publishing slate.
At DC's second WonderCon panel, taking place Saturday afternoon, the publisher announced that Judd Winick is the new writer on “Batman” after “Battle for the Cowl.” Winick assured fans his run will be exactly what they expect.
Matt Fraction speaks with John Siuntres at WonderCon 2009 about the X-Men’s new home, Iron Man’s current predicament, "Punisher War Journal’s" end, Iron Fist, and his previous indie comics work.
Remember, just because you're not at WonderCon, there's no reason why you can't experience the show for yourself, sans the crowds, lines and $7.50 soft pretzels. CBR Live! will continue to bring you pics and news from the floor of the con all weekend!