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In which Augie tracks down an artist from the 90s he lost track of, finds quite a lot to like in the brand-spanking new "Red Hulk" hardcover, and shares his random comics thoughts in a fresh batch of "one-liners."
We conclude our five-part CBR TV series with Gerard Way as the "Umrella Academy" creator discusses his close collaboration with Dark Horse editor Scott Allie and his growing confidence as a writer with "Dallas."
November 2008 was another month during which what comics didn’t come out were just as important as what comics did. And what's going on with trade paperback sales of Brian Wood's "DMZ?"
Co-creators Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson detail for CBR News their past and future plans for Dynamite Entertainment's #1 superhero satire, "The Boys," including two spinoff projects.
What recurring match-ups do you love the most? Spider-Man and Green Goblin? Hulk and Wolverine? Batman and Joker? The Fantastic Four and Dr. Doom? Superman and Batman? Vote now at Comics Should Be Good!
Debuting in March is ComicArts, a line of art books from publisher Harry N. Abrams. We spoke with Executive Editor Charles Kochman about the imprint that includes studies of Harvey Kurtzman and the erotic work of Joe Shuster.
Courtesy of Top Cow Productions, CBR brings you an advance look at "Broken Trinity: Angelus," a new one-shot by writer Ron Marz and artist Brian Stelfreeze, on sale this week in finer comics stores everywhere.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR brings you an exclusive first look at pages from "Secret Warriors" #1 by writers Brian Michael Bendis & Jonathan Hickman and artist Stefano Caselli, on sale in February.
Rich begins the new year by eating a wee-bit of humble pie over the whole Doctor Who thing and gives a timeline of events. Plus, the Morrison Doom Patrol comic never drawn or published, a look at "LoEG: Century" and more!
We continue our five-part CBR TV series with Gerard Way as the "Umbrella Academy" creator discusses writing the series all around the world, and what influence the book's had on his music with My Chemical Romance.
In anticipation of the film adaptation of "Watchmen," award-winning retailers Carr D’Angelo & Atom! Freeman re-read and provide commentary on the Alan Moore & Dave Gibbons classic, this week with chapter three.
Morgaine and Carter Hall assemble their arcana armies and begin saving (or destroying) the world, while the beings of an alternate Earth share tales of Atmahn, The Night Judge, all in the latest issue of “Trinity.”
Courtesy of Dynamite Entertainment, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale this week including "The Boys" #26 and "Xena Vs. Army of Darkness: What, Again?" #3.
CBR is excited to welcome a new addition to our family - Robot 6! Headed up by JK Parkin, Robot 6 is a new comics blog featuring some very familiar names. Start reading now and make it part of your daily routine!
Now that the CBR staff's list of the Best 100 Comics of 2008 is completed, you can peruse it conveniently in this all-encompassing Master List. Find out whether your favorite titles made the cut!
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale this Wednesday including "Secret Invasion: War of Kings One-Shot," "Marvel Zombies 3" #4, "Punisher" #1 and "X-Men Noir" #2 and more.
Did someone you know this holiday season pass on that odd little panel of Batman slapping Robin when he asked him what his Parents were getting him for Christmas? Brian Cronin has the story behind the original.
2009 starts with a bang as a surprising eight comics made their way to the promised land on their merits alone, from Ed Brubaker's latest to Jim Shooter and Dwayne McDuffie's team books.
Courtesy of BOOM! Studios, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale this week including "Cthulu Tales" #10, "Warhammer 40,000: Defenders of Ultramar" #2, "Last Reign: Kings of War" #2 and "Hexed" #1
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR News brings you an exclusive first look preview of the January 7th, 2009 shipping "Cable" #10 by writer Duane Swierczynski and artist Ariel Olivetti.
Courtesy of Dark Horse Comics, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "Kull" #3 by Arvid Nelson and Will Conrad. Featuring a cover by Andy Brase, this issue goes on sale January 7, 2009.
“Avengers: The Initiative #20, co-writer Dan Slott's final issue on the series, shipped to comic shops January 2nd. CBR News spoke with him about the issue and his experiences working on the series.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR News brings you a first look at the January 7th shipping "Invincible Iron Man" #9 by writer Matt Fraction and artist Salvador Larroca, a "Dark Reign" tie-in.
In this first installment of 2009, Brian investigates Matt Murdock's mayoral run, why Jughead has a big ol' S on his chest and why Roger Stern left a book he created for Marvel before the first issue was released.
Courtesy of Dark Horse, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "Solomon Kane" #4 by Scott Allie and Mario Guevara. Featuring a cover by John Cassaday, this issue goes on sale January 7, 2009.
Your CBR staff concludes their year-end pontifications with a look ahead to the most anticipated comic books of 2009 including "The Flash: Rebirth," "Agents of Atlas," and whatever will happen as the manga generation grows up.
We conclude our countdown of the Best 100 Comics of 2008 as voted by the CBR staff. Who made it into our top twenty, and what's the best comic book of the year? We think you'll find a lot to talk about in this final installment.
It's new comics day in the USA, and CBR has nearly fifty previews of new books on sale right now from publishers including DC Comics, Marvel, Radical, IDW Publishing, Dark Horse and Wildstorm.
Having looked back on the year that was, the CBR News staff looks ahead to the year that will be, focusing on the comic book movies to be released in 2009. But what’s with the controversy about Ryan Reynolds?
We continue our countdown of the Best 100 Comics of 2008 as voted by the CBR staff. Items #40-21 include one-shots, anthologies and ongoing series from publishers including Drawn & Quarterly, MAX, NBM, Image and more.
Tim sits down with literally the biggest book of the year and compares it to two recent comics from Marvel and DC. Gun-toting angels, decapitations, and fancy hats are all on display as he begins "Confronting Kramers."
"Watchmen" Director Zack Snyder introduces the character and story in the upcoming film, featuring a variety of new scenes not yet shown in previous trailers.
Lights out for the old year, with the 9 things comics should avoid in 2009; British fall TV round-up; Joe Kubert, MAN OF ROCK; plus comics fonts, throwing snowballs, the dirty secret of text messaging, real life superheroes and tons of other notes.
CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale from DC Comics and Wildstorm this Friday, including "Green Lantern" #36, "Final Crisis: Secret Files," "Superman" #683, "Justice League of America" #28 and more.
The CBR News staff continues their debate about the year past, focusing this time on the business of comics -- including sales, the U.S. economic crisis' effects on the industry, rising price points, the digital revolution and more.
We continue our countdown of the Best 100 Comics of 2008 as voted by the CBR staff. Items #60-41 include one-shots, anthologies and ongoing series from publishers including Image, Fantagraphics, Vertigo, Dynamite and more.
Courtesy of Devil's Due Publishing, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of Milo Ventimiglia's "Rest" #2 by writer Mark Powers and artists Shawn McManus & Lizzy John, on sale Friday, January 3.
In accordance with E.U. copyright law, cartoonist Elzie Segar's beloved Popeye character will become public domain beginning January 1, 2009, making it legal for anyone to sell Popeye posters, T-shirts and new comics.
Top Ten MySpace creator Skottie Young drops by MYSPACING COMICS to spread some holiday cheer and to pull the curtain back on his current project for Marvel Comics, “The Wonderful World of Oz.”
In March's “New Avengers: The Reunion," Ronin reconnects with his wife Mockingbird, who was until recently dead. We spoke with writer Jim McCann and editor Jeanine Schaefer about the four-issue miniseries.