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A special done-in-one issue of Dynamiite's new "Buck Rogers" series blasts off to bring aboard new fans while classic villains, twisted timelines and antagonistic romance waits in the wings, explains writer Scott Beatty.
Courtesy of Oni Press, CBR brings you a preview of the the latest issue of "Wasteland," the critically acclaimed series by writer Antony Johnston and artist Christopher Mitten, featuring a cover by Ben Templesmith.
With the comic on shelves now and the video game coming this month, CBR caught up with Antony Johnston and Ben Templesmith to get their thoughts about the "Dead Space" universe.
DC Comics drops lawsuit over "Batman" figurines! Ten "bad assumptions" about the Kirby-copyright situation! Capstone launches kids' nonfiction graphic-novel line! Plus, why do publishers keep pushing "untold tales" series?
Marvel has released images and solicitation information for new comics on sale in December, 2009, including "Fall of the Hulks" and "Captain America: Who Will Wield the Shield," plus the seeds begin to be sown for Siege...
DC Comics' December solicitations have revealed the fate of one of their most popular Green Lanterns and CBR wants to know what you think about what's going to happen to Guy Gardner during "Blackest Night!"
To celebrate Zombie Month at Marvel, the publisher will release special zombified variant covers for their titles in October. CBR has an exclusive first look at them, featuring art by Humberto Ramos, Greg Land and more.
After a pondering the mysteries of the European graphic album in America, Tim takes a look at Jacques Tardi's "West Coast Blues" and finds out what it has to say about Marxism, crime fiction, and the aesthetic of disenfranchisement.
DC Comics has released images and solicitations for new comics and products on sale in December 2009, including the latest from "Blackest Night," "Batgirl," "The Authority: The Lost Year," "Daytripper" and much more.
Summer vacation in Chowder Bay continues in “Salt Water Taffy: The Truth About Dr. True,” the third volume of Matthew Loux's all-ages graphic novels. We spoke with Loux about his new supernatural mystery story.
Superstar comic book scribe Geoff Johns dropped by to help COMIC SHOULD BE GOOD's Brian Cronin this week in order to determine and present the Five Most Iconic Green Lantern Covers of all time.
Former President George W. Bush is the subject of the latest installment in Bluewater Press' Political Power series of biographical comic books. CBR has the full press release as well as an exclusive page of interior art.
"Liberty Comics" #2 contributors Jason Aaron, Michael Allred, Ben McCool and Jimmy Palmiotti recently spoke with CBR News about the CBLDF-sponsored book and why freedom of speech is so important to comic books.
Yoshito Usui, creator of the mega-popular manga and anime "Crayon Shin-chan," was found dead in the wilderness after he had been declared missing on September 11. Robot 6 has further details.
CBR's Reviews staff covered 19 titles last week, including "Beasts of Burden" #1, "Punisher" #9, "Athena" #1, "Batgirl" #2, "Dark Reign: The List - Daredevil," "Unthinkable" #5, "Wednesday Comics" #11 and more!
Surprise departure of Walt Disney Studios chairman! Analysts express concern over "complex web of copyright agreements" surrounding Marvel! Google scrambles to modify digital-books settlement! More!
Marvel Comics has provided CBR with an advance look at images and solicitation information for its X-Men line of titles set to ship in December, 2009, including "Dark X-Men" #2, featuring the return of X-Man.
Courtesy of Dynamite, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale this week including new issues of "Buck Rogers," "Project Superpowers: Chapter Two" #3 and "Zorro."
The heirs of Jack Kirby are seeking to regain copyrights to some of the legendary artist's Marvel creations and have hired the attorney that helped the Siegel's regain their share of Superman. ROBOT 6 has the details.
Marvel has provided CBR with an advance look at solicitation for its Ultimate Comics line of titles shipping in December including new issues of Ultimate Comics "Avengers," "Armor Wars" and "Spider-Man."
Courtesy of IDW Publishing, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale this week including an exclusive preview of "Star Trek: Spock: Reflections" #3 by Scott & David Tipton and David Messina & Federica Manfredi.
Each week, comic pundits Timothy Callahan and Chad Nevett discuss the style and substance of DC's "Wednesday Comics." In their penultimate discussion, "Teen Titans" makes its mark and Sgt. Rock teaches Nick Fury a thing or two.
Courtesy of BOOM! Studios, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale next week including new issues of "Farscape: Gone & Back," "Monsters Inc.," "Muppet Peter Pan" and more.
The Robots in Disguise get their first ongoing series in five years courtesy of IDW. CBR News spoke with writer Mike Costa about upcoming events in “Transformers,” which launches in November.
Courtesy of Dynamite Entertainment, CBR brings you a exclusive first looks at Stephen Segovia's covers for "Project Superpowers: Chapter Two" #4-5. Check 'em out!
"World War 3" and "Blindspot" writer-artist Kevin C. Pyle talks to CBR News about his transition from art galleries to comics shelves, as well as his new Henry Holt graphic novel “Katman” and its many Eastern influences.
Santa Claus and censorship! Walt Disney and labor disputes! Vince Colletta and an eraser! These are just some of the terrible things with terrible truths you will learn in this week's COMIC BOOK LEGENDS REVEALED.
It's all about bonding and booze when Deadpool & Hercules, two of the Marvel U's most irresponsible heroes, join forces in the debut issue of “Deadpool Team-Up.” CBR spoke with writer Fred Van Lente about the new book.
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of the first issue of "Underground," the new miniseries by Jeff Parker and Steve Lieber, on sale next week.
Ohio State University cartoon library renamed for cartoonist! Kodansha reportedly cracks down on scanlators! Yen Press to adapt bestselling YA novel! Plus, the story behind Miss Martian's secret identity!
Acclaimed writer-artist Ricardo Delgado revisits “Age of Reptiles” in November, courtesy of Dark Horse. CBR News spoke with Delgado about the "silent" dinosaur comic.
Brian Hibbs looks back at what Paul Levitz has meant to the Direct Market over the last few decades, and what his exit from DC's executive branch may mean, not only for DC Comics, but for the entire comic book publishing industry.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale next Wednesday including "Spider-Woman" #1, "Dark X-Men: The Confession," "Fantastic Four" #571, "Nova" #29, "Wolverine: Old Man Logan Giant Size" #1 and more.
Nothing but good times as Matt Murdock gets serious, Jimmy Woo and Michael Holt figure it out, Tony Stark breaks it down, there's no place like home for MODOK and Frau Totenkinder gets a makeover in a great week for comics.
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR brings you exclusive Jim Lee artwork from "Liberty Comics" #2, detailing his process for illustrating his and Neil Gaiman's contribution to the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund anthology.
CBR's Chad Nevett looks at the first issue of Warren Ellis and Steve Kurth's new Ultimate Iron Man miniseries, which retells the classic "Armor Wars" storyline for the Ultimate Comics universe. How does it shape up? Read on...
Frank Castle's war against Norman Osborn climaxes in “Dark Reign: The List - Punisher,” which leads into “Frankencastle," and there's a new annual! We spoke with Rick Remender about his plans for The Punisher.
CBR speaks with “Mystery Science Theater 3000” alum Mary Jo Pehl about Bluewater's “Jailbait,” a miniseries she describes as a comedy about an all-female undercover squad with a mandate to bust sexual predators.
CBR's Doug Zawisza loves DC's "Blackest Night" #3, saying writer Geoff Johns and penciler Ivan Reis have created a book that "has a chance to be one of the greatest event stories ever told."
Better than a video game, America's drones allow remote combat in the most hostile territory. But three slackers compromise the whole operation in “Drone,” a four-issue miniseries from Red 5.