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Courtesy of Oni Press, CBR brings you a 22-page preview of "Jumper: Jumpscars," a prequel to the upcoming Doug Liman film starring Hayden Christiansen, Rachel Bilson, and Samuel L. Jackson.
Xeric-winning "Sonambulo" creator Rafael Navarro talks to CBR News about his dreams and reveals upcoming comics projects and early details of the luchador-detective's big-screen debut.
Two indie creators bring their lusciously illustrated tale of bumbling monster-hunters from the Kinko's copy shops of their North Carolina hometown to Image Comics and stores nationwide.
B. Clay Moore is everywhere in 2008: "Hawaiian Dick," '''76" and now a three-issue run on "Superman Confidential," in which he, Phil Hester & Ande Parks look at Supes & Jimmy's early days together.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics shipping next week including "Wolverine: Origins" #20, "Incredible Hulk" #112, "Ultimate X-Men" #89, "Exiles" #100 and much more.
Acclaimed Western novelist Peter Brandvold is bringing Bat Lash back to DC's western line in a big way in this week's first of a new six-issue miniseries with the character's original co-creators Sergio Aragones.
With two "Noble Causes" archives and a new "Dynamo 5" annual on the way, writer Jay Faerber spoke in-depth with CBR News about the past, present and future of his family of family superhero comics.
With a new collection in stores now and a new #1 issue in February, more readers are discovering Ed Brubaker & Sean Phillips' award-winning series, "Criminal," and CBR News spoke with Brubaker about the book's future.
CBR visits the very cool Louisiana studio of very cool indie comics artist Kody Chamberlain, illustrator of "Punks: The Comic," "30 Days of Night: Bloodsucker Tales" and more.
With DC's "Sinestro Corps War" coming to an end this week, veteran Green Lantern writer Ron Marz tells one of its important closing chapters in "Tales of the Sinestro Corps Presents: Ion," starring his creation Kyle Rayner.
2008 promises to be an interesting year for "Amazing Spider-Man" fans. CBR News spoke with editor Stephen Wacker about what fans can expect from next year's "Brand New Day" batch of stories.
Dark Horse has released solicitation information and images for new comics and products shipping in March, 2008.
Andy Runton's "Owly: A Time to Be Brave" was released last week, and CBR had a chat with the creator about the new story. Are the owls not what they seem? And has Owly gone green? Find out here!
X-Men Editor Nick Lowe answers your questions about the latest chapter of "Messiah CompleX," makes sacrifices to Lizard God's (you think we're joking?!) and gives us an exclusive lettered preview of "X-Factor" #26.
The inaugural New York Anime Festival closed with a bang, as Del Rey Manga and Marvel Comics announced "X-Men: The Manga" and "Wolverine: The Manga," debuting Spring, 2009.
Courtesy of Dynamite, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics shipping this week including "The Boys" #13, "Battlestar Galactica: Origins" #1 and "Highlander: Way of the Sword" #1.
When you're turning Japanese into English, there are certain things a translator needs to know, and translators and editors from Del Rey and TOKYOPOP shared their knowledge at the New York Anime Festival.
Brian & Justin bring you up to speed on "Countdown to Final Crisis" and try to identify the 50 combatants seen in the two-page spread from last week's "Countdown: Arena" #1.
Courtesy of Top Cow, CBR brings you an exclusive first look at "Witchblade" #112 by Ron Marz, Rick Leonardi and Kevin Nowlan.
In "'76" from Image Comics, writer B. Clay Moore brings the era of funk, soul, guns and kung fu to the modern comics page in one half of a double-feature miniseries that wears bell-bottoms and brass knuckles.
CBR's blog, Comics Should Be Good, celebrates its third birthday today! Happy Birthday! Stop by and leave some well wishes for Brian and crew!
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you more advance looks at new comics shipping next week including "Amazing Spider-Girl" #15, "Iron Man & Power Pack" #2, "New Warriors" #6, "Spider-Man Family" #6 and "Spider-Man/Red Sonja" #5.
Image Comics has provided CBR News with advance looks at new books shipping December 12, 2007 including "Killing Girl" #5, "The Pirates of Coney Island" #6 and the "Gear" TPB 2nd Printing.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics shipping next week including "Ultimate Iron Man II" #1, "Nova" #9, "X-Men: Die By The Sword" #5, "Fantastic Four" #552, "Punisher War Journal" #14 and more.
Eoin Colfer, the best-selling author of the "Artemis Fowl" novels, says seeing his characters come to life in a graphic novel is "a dream come true," and that the second book in the series will be released as graphic novel in 2008.
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "The Walking Dead" #45 by Robert Kirkman and Charlie Adlard, shipping next week.
This week, learn the truth about the alleged rape of Rogue, the true name of "The Eternals," and did Marvel Comics actually have a trademark on the word "zombie"???
CBR introduces a new regular feature, The Commentary Track, in which your favorite creators get down and dirty about their latest work. This week, Greg Pak stops by to go deep behind the scenes of "World War Hulk: Aftersmash."
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "Wolverine" #60 by Marc Guggenheim and Howard Chaykin, shipping next week to comics stores everywhere.
"Grendel" creator Matt Wagner is on the trail of the fox as he prepares to launch "Zorro" in February, 2008 for Dynamite Entertainment. CBR News spoke with Wagner, who's scripting the new series.
Fifteen years since the debut of Rob Liefeld's "Youngblood," the super-team is back with the creative team of Joe Casey and Derec Donovan. CBR News spoke with Casey about the book and previewed exclusive artwork.
It's Fred Van Lente day at Comics Should Be Good, and the writer stopped by for an exclusive chat about his latest project: "Wolverine First Class," featuring all-new adventures set in the X-Men's early days.
"Ultimates 3.1" is in stores and fans are already reeling from the shock. CBR News spoke exclusively with writer Jeph Loeb and previewed exclusive artwork from issue #3.2. SPOILER WARNING IN FULL EFFECT!
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you exclusive first looks at lavishly rendered pages from the latest Marvel Illustrated adaptations, Homer's "The Iliad" and Oscar Wilde's "Picture of Dorian Gray."
John Mayo follows up on Monday's sales estimates with an analysis of those numbers, looking at who the big movers and shakers were in comic shops in October and what it all means.
This season, Mike Carey has two very different holiday gifts for fans: a story in the new "Marvel Holiday Special" and the one-shot "Wolverine: Firebreak." CBR News spoke with Carey about both projects.
"Strangers in Paradise" author Terry Moore took a break from his new series "Spider-Man Loves Mary Jane," "Runaways" and "Echo" to show CBR News around his home studio in this week's STUDIO TOURS.
In its third in a series of three "State of the Initiative" podcasts, "Avengers: Initiative" writer Dan Slott discussed Iron Man's vaulting ambition, the Initiation's first graduation, and who just might survive the upcoming "Killed in Action" story arc.
This March, one of Marvel's most intrepid and heavily armed time travelers make his return, when "Cable #1 hits stores. CBR News spoke with writer Duane Swierczynski about the series.
Courtesy of Dark Horse, CBR brings you a first look at completed pages from "Buffy The Vampire Slayer: Season Eight" #9, shipping this week to finer comics stores everywhere.