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Paul Tobin and Patrick Scherberger take fans on a trip back to 1984 as they bring us the details behind the web-slinger’s newest old outing in "Spider-Man and the Secret Wars" limited series.
The Mondo Marvel Panel at the Chicago Comic-Con featured the announcement of "Spider-Man and the Secret Wars," "Realm of Kings," plans for "Agents of Atlas," and teases for upcoming story arcs. Read a full report right here.
ROBOT 6 contributor Michael May went to the Wizard's Chicago Comic-Con on Friday and filed this report on floor activity with loads and loads of great photos.
The award-winning creator talks about making the transition from indie sensation to corporate publishing cartoonist and unveils details of her next comic "Mercury" during a panel at Comic-Con International.
BOOM! Studios has provided CBR with advance looks at new comics on sale August 12 including "Toy Story: The Mysterious Stranger" #4 and "Farscape: D'Argo's Trial" #1!
New work from Warren Ellis like "Supergod," "Captain Swing" and the new George R.R. Martin title "Skin Trade" were among the announcements at the Avatar Press panel.
Mark Millar vexes his editors by dropping hints to the future of "Ultimate Comics Avengers" from naked Captain America to the new heroes and villains fans have never heard of at the Ultimate Comics panel at Chicago Comic-Con today.
It’s the only panel in Chicago where crime does pay. Names like Azzarello, Aaron, Moore and others got together to discuss the Vertigo Crime character and writing bad people doing bad things.
With her first graphic novel "Beast" debuting in September from Image Comics, CBR News talks to Marian Churchland about fairytales, collaborations, and her first love — video games.
In "Incredible Hercules" #131, Hercules and Amadeus Cho went their separate ways, but in the months ahead they’ll embark on their own journeys. CBR News spoke with writers Greg Pak & Fred Van Lente, about what to expect.
Joshua Hale Fialkov and Noel Tuazon's "Tumor," the first original graphic novel to debut on the Kindle before print, has proven immensely popular, CBR News spoke with Fialkov about the project, published by Archaia.
Renee Lott talks about how she got into the comics industry and how she got her first big break at Oni Press with the original graphic novel "Festering Romance," available now.
Courtesy of Image, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "Walking Dead" #64 by Robert Kirkman, Charlie Adlard and Cliff Rathburn on sale August 12.
How censored was Jim Steranko’s run on "Nick Fury"? Did John Byrne retool his "Freaks" idea in "Next Men"? Come find out.
Inside you'll find the sales estimates for comics and trade paperbacks on sale in June, 2009. Marvel gobbled up 55% of the market, while DC took the top spot on the sales charts with "Batman & Robin" #1.
This weekend's Chicago Comic-Con expects "record attendance"! A benefit for veteran writer John Ostrander! "Little Orphan Annie" turns 85! Lynda Barry talks exclamation points! Plus, is the "bromance" over?
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you an exclusive first look at Bryan Hitch's complete cover artwork for "Captain America: Reborn" #1. Written by Ed Brubaker with art by Bryan Hitch, this goes on sale October 21.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale next Wednesday including "Ultimate Comics Avengers," "Ultimate Comics Spider-Man," "Deadpool" and more.
As a retail store owner, you might think you know your regular customers, but then along comes a guy like Dave, a tattooed man who surprises you in new and truly fantastic ways. Jud Meyers tells his story.
Rick Remender has only five issues to go before the series conclusion. CBR News caught up with Remender to discuss the past and future of his sci-fi epic.
The creator of the award-winning kids fantasy series 'Mouse Guard' tells all and teases the next three volumes of his ongoing opus during a spotlight panel at Comic-Con.
Winning by algebra as Larry Trainor, Scandal Savage, Princess Shuri, Royal Williams and three guys named Tony have a good week, featuring four jumps and even an interesting turn from Tyrese Gibson.
A new universe of superhero books based on Jack Kirby's creator-owned work lands at Dynamite to solidify Kirby's title as the "King." CBR has all the latest details on the Kirbyverse.
COMICS SHOULD BE GOOD is taking a look at the past 70 years of Marvel and picking the top 70 panels from all your favorite books.
"Farscape" creators Rockne O'Bannon & Keith DeCandido talk about the future of the series in comic form at Boom! Studios and much more during a panel at Comic-Con International in San Diego.
Marvel has provided CBR with exclusive previews of "Secret Warriors" #7 and "Thunderbolts" #135, two issues that set the teams against one another with Fury and Osborn at the center.
With the announcement that Marvel had acquired the rights to Marvelman, one voice in the long legal struggles surrounding the charcter hasn’t been heard from – Todd McFarlane. Until now. Updated
"Fables" creator Bill Willingham and Comic-Con's David Glanzer talk to CBR about the problems fans encounter at the increasingly media -focused San Diego show, where many Vertigo readers were denied entry to the "Fables" discussion panel.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "Ultimate Comics Spider-Man" #1 by Brian Michael Bendis and David Lafuente, on sale August 12.
Jan Strnad and Kevin Nowlan, creators of "Grimwood's Daughter," talk with CBR about the reprinting of their classic elven tale 25 years later, coming soon from IDW Publishing.
Why "Tumor" is on Kindle -- and what the device could mean for comics! Tokyopop responds to paper complaints! Borders aims for kids, too! Plus, what would a Marvel version of "Wednesday Comics" look like?
The creator of Radical Comics’ new miniseries “Incarnate,” Nick Simmons talks to CBR TV along with his father Gene Simmons of the legendary rock band KISS.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "Uncanny X-Men" #514 by Matt Fraction and Terry & Rachel Dodson, on sale August 12.
Kurt Busiek talks about his love for "Wednesday Comics," his Green Lantern strip, and what he’d write next year if the book returns. Also, DCU editor Eddie Berganza talks about his Teen Titans strip.
The 'Scott Pilgrim' creator goes head to head with Scott McCloud, delving into the roots of his creation, the look of his characters and the state of his movie.
More lessons of San Diego and how fans (no, not you, the other fans) are killing comics, plus Russ Heath, writing advice, great Firefox news and lots of other notes from Steven Grant this week.
Top Cow Productions President and "Alibi" co-creator Matt Hawkins speaks with CBR News about the recently announced movie deal with Mandeville Films for "Alibi," based on the "Pilot Season" comic book.
"X-Force" writers Craig Kyle and Christopher Yost talk to CBR's X-POSITION about "Necrosha," the new storyline where dead X-Men rise from the grave. And yes, they address the elephant in the room! Plus exclusive art!
CBR's James Hunt likes "Captain America: Reborn" #2, saying it’s through an action-packed second issue that Brubaker and Hitch begin to build a case as to why we should care that Steve Rogers is coming back.
In this special CBR TV edition of CUP O' JOE from Comic-Con International, Marvel Editor-in-Chief Joe Quesada answers your questions about Charlie Huston, Stephen King and "Spectacular Spider-Man."