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It's New Comics Day in the USA, and CBR brings you more than 40 previews of books on sale now from Marvel, Vertigo, BOOM! Studios, IDW Publishing, DC Comics, Dark Horse, Dynamite Entertainment and Image Comics.
The writer of such books as "Inhumans," "Wolverine: Origin," "The Darkness," "Hellblazer" and more, Paul Jenkins goes in-depth with CBR News about his long career in comics, and how he almost literally fell into the profession.
All this month, Comics Should Be Good is compiling lists of the most iconic covers featuring classic characters including The Joker, Magneto, Lois Lane, Green Goblin, Black Canary and more. We're at the halfway point now, so check 'em out!
Augie wraps up the week in DC and Marvel business news, asking some questions along the way in an effort to figure out what it all means. Also, some thoughts on CrossGen, collection-purging, Dale Keown and the 9-11 tribute books.
Competing U.S. shows on both coasts and the impending return of New York Comic Con in 2010 mean the fall is heating up for the convention circuit, and CBR News looks into what each show offers and what it all means for the future.
With DC's "Red Robin" #4 on sale now, series writer Christopher Yost talks to ROBOT 6 about his plans for Tim Drake and the former Robin's quest for Bruce Wayne.
Writer Zander Cannon and Javier Aranda weave a mysterious tale the five-issue “Star Trek: The Next Generation: Ghosts” miniseries from IDW. CBR News caught up with Cannon to discuss the story and his love of Trek.
Writer Brian K. Vaughan shares with CBR details about the final arc of his and Tony Harris' Eisner Award-winning series, “Ex Machina,” and says its conclusion may be "the ballsiest ending" he’s ever come up with.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you a preview of the third episode of "Spider-Woman: Agent of S.W.O.R.D." by Brian Michael Bendis, Alex Maleev and Motherland Animation, on sale this week on iTunes.
“Days Missing” writers David Hine and Ian Edginton talk to CBR News about the Archaia series that asks the question, if you could erase a day of human history, would you do it? The writers also answer that question themselves.
Disney and Marvel: two different Americas? Disney reportedly courts Indian publisher! Could DC buy Diamond? "Complete Persepolis" picked for literacy program! John Ostrander update! Plus, free-lancers and healthcare!
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "Deadpool" #16 by Daniel Way and Paco Medina with a cover by Jason Pearson, one sale in October.
CBR's James Hunt likes Marvel's "Ultimate Comics Avengers" #2, saying Mark Millar and Carlos Pacheco deliver a true shocker and help reestablish the Ultimate line as must-read comics for superhero fans.
This week, Tim interviews Patrick Meaney about his new book on Grant Morrison's seminal series, "The Invisibles," and the two discuss how the title works and how it compares to something like Alan Moore's "Promethea."
Courtesy of IDW Publishing, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "Ghostbusters: Displaced Aggression" #1 by Scott Lobdell and Ilias Kyriazis, on sale this week.
As they do every week, the ROBOT 6 staff discusses their recent reading, but they're joined this week by "Maus" creator Art Spiegelman and "Raw Magazine" creator Francoise Mouly!
Cameron Stewart is illustrating the third arc of Grant Morrison’s bestselling “Batman and Robin” series, following Frank Quitely and Philip Tan. CBR News spoke with the artist about life in the Batverse.
Courtesy of Dynamite, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale this week including the debut issues of "Athena" and "Galactica: 1980," plus new issues of "The Lone Ranger" and more.
Class-action lawsuit challenges Disney-Marvel deal! Diane Nelson wants a "publishing expert," not "a cyborg unit," to head DC Comics! "The Beano" marks its 3,500th issue! Plus, primers on steampunk and stichpunk!
CBR's COMMENTARY TRACK feature returns with writer Rick Remender, who provides exclusive page-by-page insights into this week's "Punisher" #9, with preview art by Tan Eng Huat.
Each week, comic pundits Timothy Callahan and Chad Nevett discuss the style and substance of DC's "Wednesday Comics." This week, Batman gets in a dogfight and the Flash continues to race ahead of the pack.
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR brings you advance looks at new books on sale next week including Robert Kirkman & Charlie Adlard's "The Walking Dead" #65 and the Luna Brothers' "The Sword" #19.
Things go well when Norman Osborn gets smart, Connor Kent gets complicated, Matty Roth gets serious, Hercules gets horny, and Ragdoll gets dressed, plus so much more in a fun week of comic books.
Norman Osborn and Scott Summers slugged it out in “Dark Avengers/Uncanny X-Men: Exodus,” and we spoke with writer Matt Fraction about the one-shot, which brings to a close the epic "Utopia" crossover between the two titles.
The star of “Heroes” and “Star Trek,” Zachary Quinto talks to CBR TV about his role as producer of the Archaia titles “Mr. Murder is Dead” and “Lucid," as well as how his Comic-Con experience has changed since "Star Trek."
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "Black Panther" #9 by writer Paul Maberry and artist Will Conrad with a cover by Paul Renaud, on sale October 7.
We've got a singalong edition this week, with secret truths about Josie and the Pussycats, "Pogo" and the band it inspired, and, believe it or not, a Cheap Trick comic book from Marvel!
Check out the new launch trailer for "Marvel Ultimate Alliance 2," which is about as close to the trailer for an animated adaptation of "Civil War" as you're likely to see.
Disney President and CEO Bob Iger met with fans at the first D23 Expo to discuss plans to use Disney's global resources to extend and increase the popularity of the Marvel brand and characters.
The warped reality of "Weekly World News" returns in January, courtesy of IDW Publishing. Editor-in-Chief Chris Ryall writes the four-issue miniseries, CBR spoke with him for an early look at loads of artwork.
The co-creators of Dynamite's mature readers hit, "The Boys," come back to the series full time to tell the heavily anticipated origins of their anti-super superteam, starting with a spotlight on Mother's Milk in issue #35.
Bob Iger pledges "no Disney-fication of Marvel"! "Batman: Arkham Asylum" sells 2 million copies in two weeks! More on New York Comic Con and New York Anime Festival! "Scary Go Round" comes to an end! Plus, more!
CBR News spoke with writer Ed Brubaker about the revelations of the first two issues of “The Marvels Project,” as well as his plans for the rest of the eight issue epic that serves as the definitive origin of the Marvel Universe.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale next Wednesday including "Vengeance of the Moon Knight" #1, "Deadpool: Merc With A Mouth" #3, "Invincible Iron Man" #18, "Ultimate Comics Armor Wars" #1 and more.
Chris Claremont joins CBR today to answer your questions about "X-Men Forever," including killing Wolverine, blinding Sabretooth, the possible return of the New Mutants and the possibilities of an acting career.
Courtesy of BOOM! Studios, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "28 Days Later" #2 by writer Michael Alan Nelson and artist Declan Shalvey with covers by comic book superstars Tim Bradstreet and Sean Philips!
With just a few Wednesdays left, we’re triple dipping for this week’s interview with Russ Manning Award-nominated Wonder Woman cartoonist Ben Caldwell and Deadman storytellers Dave Bullock and Vinton Heuck.
CBR's Chad Nevett likes "Dark Avengers/ Uncanny X-Men: Exodus," saying writer Matt Fraction leaves both the X-Men and the Dark Avengers in different, unexpected places.
Ethan Van Sciver was feeling the love at FanExpo, and wearing a violet Lantern Corps hat to prove it. The superstar artist shared his thoughts on DC’s two major events currently underway: “The Flash: Rebirth” and “Blackest Night.”
Now that the dust has settled on yesterday's big Warner Bros. announcement -- press releases have been issued, top executives have been interviewed -- we can begin to get a picture of the new DC Entertainment.