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In his ongoing series of posts about writers whose comic work influences comic films, ROBOT 6's Chris Arrant puts the spotlight on Mark Millar's "Nemesis," "Big Dave," "Chosen" and more.
CSBG asks you to decide - which comic did you like best? Jack Kirby and Stan Lee's "Fantastic Four" or Steve Ditko and Lee's "Amazing Spider-Man?" Give your answer and check out the other polls!
In the second of our three-day celebration of the 300th CBLR, we examine the true story behind Neil Gaiman and his feelings on Death being used in the DC Universe. Plus, legends about George Perez, J.H. Williams III and Grant Morrison!
BOOM! Studios has provided CBR with advance looks at new titles on sale February 16, including "Stan Lee's Soldier Zero" #5, "28 Days Later" #20, "Darkwing Duck" #9, "Mickey Mouse" #305, "Donald Duck" #363, and more!
After news of a character death each quarter made the rounds from ComicsPRO, CBR has the straight word on Marvel's morbid moves from SVP of Sales David Gabriel.
It's time for our monthly reader art gallery, where you see your artwork featured on CSBG! This month, we've got kitten Wolverine, the Enterprise beaming down to Apokolips and more cool drawings!
With ROBOT 6 currently posting the complete first issue of "Echoes" on its site, Tim O'Shea took the occasion to chat with writer Joshua Hale Fialkov about the acclaimed horror series.
CBR's weekly chat with Marvel SVP of Publishing Tom Brevoort is chock full of news including behind the scenes info on "Fear Itself" and "Secret Avengers" and exclusive word on the next X-Men event.
Scott Allie returns to the "Star Wars" universe with "Star Wars: Jedi - The Dark Side," a five-issue series exploring Qui-Gon Jinn's early days as a Jedi Master. Illustrated by Mahmud Asrar, the series debuts in May.
Despite "Fantastic Four" #587 hitting six figures, January's sales slip across the board. John Mayo looks at the data, from price increases to non-shipping titles, in an effort to discern the origins of the drops.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR presents an exclusive first look at Ed McGuinness' variant cover for the March-launching "Sigil" #1 by writer Mike Carey and artist Leonard Kirk.
Steve Niles and Brea and Zane Grant translate the sexy online community into a team of daring adventurers in "Suicide Girls." Featuring art by David Hahn and Cameron Stewart, the series launches in March from IDW.
CSBG's 300th extravaganza begins with the first of a three-part column, each one featuring legends of the greatest comic book writers and artists of all-time! We start with looks at Neal Adams, Stan Lee and Warren Ellis!
Reviewer Greg McElhatton gave "X-Factor" #215 4 stars, saying Peter David and Valentine de Landro's latest issue plays to its strengths, "and the end result is a real joy to read."
Greg McElhatton gave "Cinderella: Fables are Forever" #1 4 stars, saying of the first installment of Chris Roberson and Shawn McManus' second Fables-based miniseries, "I'm looking forward to the next issue already."
Now that the Wolverine has literally been to Hell and back, fans are wondering what's next for the character? Jason Aaron spoke with CBR about his plans for the mutant which include a party and a battle with the X-Men.
DC Comics has announced a new, ongoing "Static Shock" series set to debut in May 2011 written by the previous miniseries' scribe Felecia Henderson who will be joined by artists Scott McDaniel and Jonathan Glapion.
"Kirby: Genesis," the universe-launching series based on Jack Kirby's creator-owned characters, kicks off in May with a $1 #0 issue and finished art by Jack Herbert over Alex Ross layouts and a Kurt Busiek script.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale next Wednesday including "Daredevil: Reborn" #2, "Hawkeye: Blindspot" #1, "Marvel Girl" #1, "Silver Surfer" #1 and more.
DC Comics newly minted Executive Editor explains how the "Reign of Doomsday" story grew from the initial pitch to a full DC Universe event while sharing James Robinson's JLA ambitions and an exclusive Dan Jurgens variant.
Ron reflects on the words and wisdom of his all time favorite editor, Archie Goodwin, as he looks at current industry trends when it comes to editorial edicts versus allowing creators to simply tell their stories.
After revealing new info about the upcoming "Flashpoint" event as well as "Green Lantern" film tie-ins and a new Batman OGN, DC Comics has announced a follow up program to their popular ring promo.
In this POP!, George Khoury looks back over the career and untimely passing of artist Mike Parobeck, with stories from family and friends and never before seen art from Parobeck's short but influential career.
The team behind a defining run on "Daredevil," and the ambitious "Spider-Woman" reunite for "Moon Knight" in May. Brian Michael Bendis and Alex Maleev held a press call Thursday afternoon, and CBR was there.
Call it a tie in a week when an efficient set of purchases has a head-on collision with T'challa at Radio Shack, "When Clark Met Diana," Osborn's briar patch and cliches almost everywhere you look.
Writer Richard Starkings spoke with CBR News about the continuing evolution of his creator-owned Image Comics series "Elephantmen" and March's upcoming one-shot that sets the stage for the future of the title.
Comics veteran Joe Staton spoke with CBR News about his and writer Charles Santino's new adaptation of Ayn Rand's "Anthem," taking over the "Dick Tracy" comic strip in March and his current Archie story arc.
Marvel Comics has released Marko Djurdjevic's cover for "Fear Itself: Spider-Man" along with the miniseries' solicitation info. The series, shipping in May, is written by Christopher Yost with Mike McKone on art.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Uncanny X-Force" #5. Series writer Rick Remender is joined on art by Esad Ribic for "Deathlok Nation" on Wednesday, February 16.
The screenwriters of the incoming Ryan Reynolds actioner will team with Geoff Johns and DC's "Green Lantern" team for five comic prequels to the film shipping day-and-date with digital a month before the movie opens.
Doug Zawisza reviewed "Amazing SPider-Man" #654 and gave the issue 4.5 stars, saying of the latest chapter in "Big Time" "the high-flying, fun-loving, strong-willed Spider-Man I became enamored with as a kid."
Latest volume of "One Piece" sells more than 2 million copies in three days! Details and analysis of Diamond Digital! ComicsPRO annual meeting kicks off today! A look at "Hawkeye: Blindspot"! More!
Marvel Comics has announced that Nick Spencer and Scot Eaton will take over the reins of "Secret Avengers" as the team heads into "Fear Itself," starting with a special #12.1 issue hitting stores in April.
Dynamite has announced a four-issue crossover starring Tim Seeley's popular "Hack/Slash" and Eva, the daughter of Dracula. The series, launching in May, is written by Brandon Jerwa and features covers by Seeley.
The time has arrived for the annual TILTING AT WINDMILLS analysis of the sales numbers for graphic novels in the bookstore market, and the 201 numbers hold a number of surprises as Brian goes more in depth than ever.
"Batman and Robin" writer Peter Tomasi, Grant Morrison's handpicked successor, swung by THE BAT SIGNAL to discuss his plans for the title, adding new bad guys to the Bat-mythos, bringing back classic rogues and more.
This week, Jason Aaron explains why he's perfectly happy to be writing "Wolverine" alongside "Scalped" and why he feels corporate vs. creator owned comics is the wrong battle to choose in today's comics industry.
CBR caught up with "Dollhouse: Epitaphs'" Jed Whedon and Maurissa Tancharoen for a quick chat about the Dark Horse one-shot shipping in March and what readers will and won't see in the forthcoming miniseries.
Valentine's Day comes early with this week's LINE IT IS DRAWN. Our group of artists have drawn your favorite comic book characters in a series of drawings inspired by classic romance films - all based on you suggestions!
Steve Niles has been a vocal proponent of creator-owned comics. This week he kicks off a new column on ROBOT 6 spotlighting creator-owned comics and those who support the need for more creator-owned books.