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Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR brings you a first look at "Agents of Atlas" #2 by writer Jeff Parker and artists Carlo Pagulayan & Gabriel Hardman, on sale March 4 in finer comics stores everywhere.
"Dear Dracula" writer Joshua Williamson's new miniseries "Johnny Monster" follows a heroic young boy who fights the monsters of beneath the Earth. The only problem is, those monsters raised him in the first place...
“30 Days til Death,” the latest in the “30 Days of Night” vampire saga, released its third issue this month from IDW Publishing. CBR caught up with creator Steve Niles and current writer-artist David Lapham to discuss the series.
Both co-stars and co-writers of “Saturday Night Live,” Bill Hader and Seth Meyers talk to CBR TV about their move to Marvel Comics and the humorous one-shot “Spider-Man: The Short Halloween.”
“Mini Marvels: Secret Invasion” is now on sale, featuring the adventures of tiny Marvel heroes fighting wee villains. CBR News caught up with cartoonist Chris Giarrusso to discuss the all-ages book.
Plume Books is publishing a collection of Brian Cronin's Comic Book Legends Revealed blogs from Comics Should Be Good under the name of "Was Superman A Spy?" The book goes on sale April 28.
Garth Ennis weighs in on his former publisher Jim Lee's contribution to Dynamite's "The Boys" series and the foul-mouthed midway point he and co- creator Darick Robertson will reach in May's issue #30.
The Teachings of Don Barthelme lead into an exploration of "Terror in the Classroom" this week as Tim explores the ever-expansive escalation of horror in Kazuo Umezu's best-known comics, "The Drifting Classroom."
CBR's Timothy Callahan turns in a four-star review of Marvel's "Hulk" #10 by Jeph Loeb and Ed McGuinness & Dexter Vines, saying the new issue is "probably the most pure fun you'll have with a comic book all month."
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale this week including new issues of "Green Lantern," "Justice Society of America," "Superman," "Teen Titans," "Trinity" and "Wonder Woman."
The writer of "The Cross Bronx," "NYC Mech" and the mastermind behind "24Seven," Ivan Brandon talks to CBR News about his and Nic Klein's buzzy new Image series, "Viking," and the period book's rooting in crime fiction.
CBR's series of interviews with Dark Horse's editorial team continues this week with Star Wars line editor Randy Stradley, who discusses the early days of Dark Horse and what's coming next in a galaxy far, far away.
CBR brings you a first look at interior pages from "Sherlock Holmes" #1 by Leah Moore & John Reppion and Aaron Campbell with cover by John Cassaday. The title launches in May with the "Trial of Sherlock Holmes" storyline.
It's new comics day in the USA, and CBR brings you more than forty previews of new books on sale right now from publishers including Marvel, Dynamite, Dark Horse, Image, and BOOM!
Top Cow Productions has released solicitation information and images for new comics on sale in May of 2009, including "Fusion" #1, starring Cyberforce, Hunter- Killer, the Avengers and the Thunderbolts.
“Watchmen’s” Billy Crudup and Matthew Goode talk with CBR News about the challenges in playing the film’s prime movers, Doctor Manhattan and Ozymandias.
Marvel held their fourth quarter/year-end earnings call this morning, where they discussed their financial performance for 2008 and gave a couple of updates for their upcoming film slate.
Marvel's doing it. NBM is still doing it. Devil's Due is giving it a go. First Second runs with it. French comics are the new black, but Augie still isn't happy with them. What more can he ask for? Read this week's Pipeline to find out!
The “Uncanny” Matt Fraction joins X-POSITION this week to answer your questions about the many X-relationships and developments of "Uncanny X- Men," crossover snowball fights and... Mammomax! Plus exclusive art!
“Conan the Cimmerian” ventures out of his titular homeland this week, as a new story arc begins in issue #8. Writer Tim Truman discusses with CBR the latest phase in Conan's life and gives hints as to what's coming further down the line.
Courtesy of Dynamite Entertainment, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale this week including "Terminator: Revolution" #3, "Garth Ennis' Battlefields: Dear Billy" #2 and the first hardcover volume of "Dan Dare."
Marvel has finally announced the opening date of February 18, 2010 and the official title of "Spider-Man, Turn Off the Dark," the Broadway musical starring the web-slinger that will be produced at the Hilton Theatre in New York City.
Confused about the continuity of "Final Crisis?" Unsure about what exactly happened to Orion? Don't know to whom the hairy typewriting hand belonged? Check out Comics Should Be Good's FAQ for all things "Final Crisis."
With "Ms. Marvel" #36 in stores this week, CBR talks to Brian Reed about his plans now that Norman Osborn's Dark Reign is in full effect; plans which include a new title character who's an unrepentant supervillain!
CBR brings you the complete first issue of "Battlestar Galactica: The Cylon War" by Joshua Ortega & Eric Nylund and Nigel Raynor, with 8 pages of production & script pages.
BOOM! Studios has released a special trailer and the first seven pages of Mark Waid's upcoming "Irredeemable" comic book, featuring art by Peter Krause with covers by John Cassaday and Barry Kitson
At next week's WonderCon, Aspen Comics launches its new series, "Executive Assistant: Iris," created by David Wohl and Michael Turner. We've got the WonderCon-exclusives covers for you right here.
"New Avengers" #51 kicks off a new storyline that will reveal the Marvel Universe's next Sorcerer Supreme, and series writer Brian Michael Bendis and editor Tom Brevoort join CBR to breakdown some of the candidates.
Rich is attending the London premiere of "Watchmen," Mark Waid steps up in defense of Grant Morrison, DC's new weekly series is (sort of) announced, there's some changes in store for The Flash's colors and more.
Cartoonist Troy Little (“Chiaroscuro”) talks to CBR News about his newest comics and animation project, "Angora Napkin," which he describes as “Nightmare on Elm Street" meets "Hello Kitty.”
"Buffy the Vampire Slayer" creator Joss Whedon and "Battlestar Galactica" actor Tamoh Penikett talk to CBR TV about their new series "Dollhouse," comparing and contrasting the series to previous Whedon classics.
Written by Scott Beatty with illustrations by Carlos Rafael and covers by John Cassaday and Alex Ross, Dynamite Entertainment's new "Buck Rogers" series begins in May with a 25¢ first issue.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "Punisher" #3 by writer Rick Remender and artist Jerome Opeña with covers by Mike McKone, on sale March 18.
The Companions make contact with a godly Trinity, while the rest of the world slowly comes under the control of Morgaine’s Dark Arcana. Justin and Brian take a look at the latest issue of DC's "Trinity."
Courtesy of Dark Horse, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "The Umbrella Academy: Dallas" #4. Written by Gerard Way with art by Gabriel Bá, this issue goes on sale this week.
George Khoury takes a look at comics journalism of the past, the magazines he grew up with that informed him about the comics and goings of the comics industry in the '80s and '90s.
More new faces and scratching a little deeper into the world of "Strangeways: The Thirsty," the web comic by Maxwell, Gervasio and Jok being serialized three days a week on ROBOT 6.
Courtesy of Image, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale next week, including an exclusive preview of "Elephantmen" #16 by Richard Starkings and Chris Burnham.
ROBOT 6 returns with your weekly dose of "Trinity" trivia and annotations. Issue #38 of DC's weekly superhero series featured a lot of red meat, and we don’t just mean the plot.
In this first installment of WAID TV, Mark Waid answers fan questions on a range of topics, including Geoff Johns & Alex Ross' "Thy Kingdom Come," his favorite work of his own, and Superman's Social Security number.