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CBR News speaks to Scott Lobdell about IDW Publishing's “Watchmen” send-up, “Whatmen?!,” and how Alan Moore & Dave Gibbons' seminal graphic novel influenced his career as a writer.
The creator of indie comics superhero hits “Noble Causes” and “Dynamo 5,” Jay Faerber talks to CBR TV about returning to Marvel for a special digital comics assignment and bringing his longest running creator-owned series to a close.
J.M. DeMatteis is co-writing a Metal Men backup in Keith Giffen & Matt Clark's new ”Doom Patrol.” CBR spoke with him about the project and reuniting with “JLI” cohorts Giffen and Kevin McGuire.
CBR's Timothy Callahan turns in a 3.5-star review of Marvel's "Dark Avengers" #2 by writer Brian Michael Bendis and artist Mike Deodato, saying "heads will roll, or fly off, in this vicious Avengers comic."
Courtesy of Dynamite and in anticipation of the forthcoming trade paperback, CBR brings you the full issue of "Black Teror" #1 by Jim Krueger and Mike Lily, spinning out of "Project Superpowers."
Vertigo unveiled at New York Comic Con its new line of crime-themed graphic novels by creators including Brian Azzarello, Peter Milligan, Christos Gage and more. Find out why digest sized comics aren't just for kids anymore.
It's new comics day in the USA, and CBR brings you more than thirty previews of new books on sale now from publishers including Marvel Comics, Radical, Image, Dynamite and BOOM!
In this week's all-new X-POSITION, writer Paul Cornell answers your questions about the incomparable “Captain Britain and MI13” as well as his upcoming “Dark Reign: Young Avengers.” Plus exclusive art!
It's the smaller companies that put out the most interesting books. And the most recent "Previews" proves it. Plus, a review of Victorian England mystery series "Green Manor," from one of those smaller companies.
DC Comics has released images and solicitations for new comics and products on sale in April 2009, including the latest from "Batman: Battle for the Cowl," "Absolute Death," " Blackest Night," "Final Crisis" and much more.
Marvel Comics legend Tom DeFalco talks to CBR about bringing "Amazing Spider-Girl" to an end after chronicling MayDay Parker's adventures for over a decade, his future with Marvel Comics, and where he goes from here.
Join writers Ron Marz and Bryan Edward Hill for an in-depth chat about writing comics, specifically "Broken Trinity: Aftermath," the new Top Cow one-shot featuring artwork by Tyler Kirkham and Jorge Lucas.
CBR's Timothy Callahan looks at the chronology of Superman as told by Grant Morrison in the pages of "All Star Superman," Animal Man," "Doom Patrol" and more, sorting all the writer's tales of the Man of Steel into a linear continuity.
Courtesy of Radical Comics, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "Shrapnel: Aristeia Rising" #2, the sci-fi epic created by Mark Long & Nick Sagan, written by M. Zachary Sherman and illustrated by Bagus Hutomo.
Marvel has released images and solicitation information for new comics on sale in May, 2009, including new issues of "Spider-Woman," "Captain America," "Amazing Spider-Man," numerous Dark Reign tie-ins and more.
"Scott Pilgrim" creator Bryan Lee O'Malley and CBR News go inside the creation of Oni Press' "Scott Pilgrim Vs. The Universe," the killer extras for fans, the upcoming movie, his New York Comic Con experience. and more!
In this second installment of a two-part interview with CBR TV, Marvel Comics Editor-in-Chief Joe Quesada discusses the first year of Spider-Man's Brand New Day and Marvel's expansion into original digital content.
Want to see the original art to page one of "Watchmen?" London comic fans have that opportunity. Plus, potential picket lines for one hotel in San Diego, Batman updates, casting updates for a "Dead@17" movie and much more.
Witness a war of epic proportions as Kellel, Dinanna and Atmahn do battle. Brian and Justin examine the ramifications of the battle amongst the Trinity, and take a look at the latest recruit to the Dark Arcana, The Joker.
There's a new Black Panther in town and on TV. Marvel Comics and BP writer Reggie Hudlin talked comics, previewed the upcoming Panther animated series and gifted fans with a New York Comic Con exclusive.
Senior Editor Jan Jann jones and creators Landry Walker, Eric Jones, Sholly Fisch, Art Baltazar and Franco met with fans at New York Comic Con to discuss DC Comics' line of all-ages books, and to talk about getting kids into comics.
Courtesy of Dynamite, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale this week including "The Death Defying 'Devil" #3, "Battlestar Galactica: The Cylon War" #2, "Highlander Origins: Kurgan" #2 and more.
Marvel has provided CBR with advance looks at new comics on sale in April from the X-Men line including "Genext: United" #1, "X-Men Forever Alpha" #1, "New Mutants" #1, "Wolverine Noir" #2 and much, much more.
The NBA Slam Dunk contest took on "comic" proportions again this year, with Nate Robinson of the New York Knicks suiting up as Lex Luthor to defeat last year's winner, Dwight "Superman" Howard. CSBG has the details.
Courtesy of BOOM! Studios, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale this week including "Zombie Tales The Series" #11 and the trade paperback collections of "Fall of Chtulu: Godwar" and" HighRollers."
Matt Maxwell. Gervasio and Jok's "Strangeways: The Thirsty" continues its serialization on ROBOT 6, CBR's comics news blog, making its way up to page 38 this week.
This month's “MySpace Dark Horse Presents” features a preview of “Rapture,” the new series by newlyweds Michael Avon Oeming & Taki Soma. We caught up with them to discuss the series, its title , and conventions on the moon.
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR brings you advance looks at new books on sale next week including an exclusive preview of the 99-cents priced "Dynamo 5" #0 by by Jay Faerber and Mahmud A. Asrar & Ron Riley.
ROBOT 6 returns with your weekly dose of trivia and cursory analysis of DC's "Trinity." Plot threads are tying together, Act Three’s engines are revving, and if we can see where the story’s headed, at least the journey looks fun.
In anticipation of the film adaptation of "Watchmen," retailers Carr D’Angelo & Atom! Freeman re-read and provide commentary on the classic book, this week with chapter nine, "The Darkness of Mere Being."
In this first installment of a two-part interview with CBR TV, Marvel Comics Editor-in-Chief Joe Quesada discusses his staff's obsession with Twitter and director Kenneth Brannagh's approach to the Thunder God, Thor.
Check out these highlights from Top Cow's introductory panel for "Heroes" star Milo Ventimiglia's new Norse mythology-inspired comic book series by Rick Loverd and Jeremy Haun, "Berserker."
CBR Reviewer Tim Callahan turns in a four-star write-up of Icon's "Incognito" #2, saying the Ed Brubaker & Sean Phillips collaboration "brings the sex and violence into a world of alt-superheroics."
Norman Osborn sets his sights on Marvel's first family in “Dark Reign: Fantastic Four" by Hickman & Chen. We spoke with Jonathan Hickman about the book, which sees Reed Richards looking at past mistakes.
Author Danny Fingeroth hosted one of comics' greats, the writer-artist-editor- historian Jerry Robinson, in a discussion about Batman, Bob Kane, the Siegel and Schuster settlement, and almost 70 years in the business.
Did sci-fi master Robert Heinlein once threaten to sue Marvel? Did a misunderstanding see Captain America meet the wrong Duke? Plus, the legendary Superman revamp that never happened.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale next Wednesday including "Ghost Rider" #32, "Guardians of the Galaxy" #10, "Spider-Man: Noir" #3, "Uncanny X-Men" #506 and more.
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR brings an exclusive first look at the second of four teasers for "Haunt," the new ongoing series created by Robert Kirkman and Todd McFarlane. This image is by Ryan Ottley.
Writer and former Marvel Editor-in-Chief Tom DeFalco’s “Amazing Spider- Girl” is ending, to be followed by shorts in “Amazing Spider-Man Family.” But DeFalco's “Family” work might be his last for Marvel Comics.
In this week's installment of ReTales, Jud reminisces about 1985, the first tales of the Green Lantern Corps, a young man's illicit subway ride into New York City and and adventure with a man named Julie.