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Keith Giffen's back not with hate, bile or bitterness, but with a list of the top 50 reasons he loves working in comics, and a top 10 list of talents he believes deserving of wider recognition.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale next Wednesday including "Wolverine" #74, "Fantastic Four" #567, "Punisher: Frank Castle" #71, "War of Kings: World of Skaar" and more.
Throughout the week, CBR will spotlight members of the Hood’s Punisher Attack Team, featuring resurrected villains previously killed by Scourge. Today, we bring you Megatak, Mirage and Turner D. Century!
Love and punching is the theme for today, as the opposing types of connections between people help titles like "War of Kings," "Astro City The Dark Age," "New Avengers: The Reunion" and "Secret Six" make this week great.
Two of comics' most acclaimed and award-winning creators team-up on a new collection of stories from First Second Books. CBR sat down with Derek Kirk Kim & Gene Luen Yang to talk about "The Eternal Smile."
Fall Out Boy bassist and songwriter Pete Wentz is working on a comic called "Fall Out Toyworks" for Image Comics. The book’s writer is Brett Lewis, with art from Sam Basri and Imaginary Friends Studios
"Mice Templar" returns from Image in July in a new volume with a new art team. CBR spoke with creators Bryan J. Glass & Michael Avon Oeming, as well as new artists Victor Santos & Veronica Gandini, about their plans for "Destiny."
CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "Uncanny X-Men First Class: Giant-Size Special" #1, featuring Skottie Young, Roger Langridge, Jeff Parker, Cameron Stewart, Dennis Calero and more.
Courtesy of Dynamite, CBR brings you an exclusive first look at John Cassaday's variant cover artwork for "Project Superpowers: Chapter Two" #2, on sale in August.
Nick Simmons's “Incarnate” introduces a new race of immortal blood-suckers. We spoke with the writer-artist about the series and how his father Gene Simmons (KISS) influenced his taste in comics.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR brings you an advance look at the Wednesday, June 10th shipping "Uncanny X-Men" #511 by writer Matt Fraction and artist Greg Land, which concludes the "Sisterhood" storyline.
CBR's John Mayo tracks the trend of April's sales, which saw impressive activity for "Buffy" and "Star Trek: Countdown," the benefits of a "Fables" crossover and a "Messiah War," plus analysis of the $3.99 price point.
More money woes for Diamond's Steve Geppi! "Watchmen" stays atop the book charts! Annotations for "Batman and Robin" #1! Radical says hooray for Bollywood! Plus, the Boy Wonder walks into a bar ...
This week: the "Captain Britain and MI13" autopsy, and why magic's just not magic for comic book readers anymore; more of our 1000 reviews in 1000 days; plus this week's Comics Cover Challenge and other notes
Todd Nauck concludes his commentary and photo parade of Salón Internacional del Cómic de Barcelona, the world's biggest convention strictly for comic books.
In this extremely candid and insightful interview, veteran comics creator Larry Hama talks to CBR News about his legendary run on "G.I. Joe," as well as his earliest works, "The 'Nam," "Wolverine" and more.
CBR's Benjamin Birdie looks at "Batman & Robin" #1 by Grant Morrison & Frank Quitely, saying it has "a sense of dark wonder, a mood that is a perfect summation of the character, and a tone that is perfectly suited to a new Batman."
A new take on a science fiction classic,”Logan's Run: Lastday” will premiere in late 2009 from Bluewater Productions. CBR spoke with William F. Nolan, author of the original dystopian novel, about his thoughts on Logan's latest incarnation.
Throughout the week, CBR will spotlight members of the Hood’s Punisher Attack Team, featuring resurrected villains previously killed by Scourge. Today, we bring you Human Fly, Lascivious and Letha!
With “The Book of Lies” out in paperback, his run on “Buffy the Vampire: Season 8” coming up, not to mention two other books in the works, CBR News checked in with the writer for an update on everything Brad Meltzer.
ROBOT 6 takes a look at this week's debut of "Batman & Robin" #1, the new DC Comics series by Grant Morrison & Frank Quitely, saying "the book chucks all the excess baggage that hampered 'Batman R.I.P'"
Rumors that Comic-Con is branching out to London appear to be bogus! The incredible shrinking newspaper comics page! Viral marketing gone wrong? Plus, Dick Tracy is getting a 9-foot-tall statue in Illinois!
Writer John Layman invites you into his process with this full script for "Chew" #1, debuting this week from Image Comics. A must-read for aspiring creators, compare the script to Rob Guillory's finished artwork.
It's New Comics Day in the USA, and CBR brings you nearly 50 previews of books on sale now from Marvel, WildStorm, Dynamite, Oni, IDW, BOOM!, Image, DC and Dark Horse.
CBR News received today a new teaser image from Marvel Comics in support of what they're calling "The Iron Patriot Acts." You're going to have to check this one out for yourself....
In this week's X-POSITION, writer Paul Cornell answers your questions about the conclusion of his and Leonard Kirk's "Captain Britain & MI13" as well as "Dark Reign: Young Avengers." Plus exclusive art!
IDW and writer/artist Darwyn Cooke's long-awaited graphic adaptation of Richard Stark's first 'Parker' novel will be out next month. "The Hunter" is comic book noir at its finest, and Augie has your first review of it.
Archaia and creators Nick Tapalansky & Alex Eckman-Lawn bring back the Eagle-nominated zombie-noir series “Awakening” in two hardcover OGNs, and CBR has an exclusive preview of the entire first chapter.
Throughout the week, CBR will spotlight members of the Hood’s Punisher Attack Team, featuring resurrected villains previously killed by Scourge. Today, it's Death Adder, Firebrand and Hijacker!
Comics Should Be Good's A Month of Art Stars is back, but this time the featured illustrators are nominated by their peers! First up is Mike Hawthorne, as chosen by Michael Avon Oeming.
CBR's Doug Zawisza takes an advance look at Marvel's "New Mutants" #2, saying writer Zeb Wells "gives you enough action and presumes a depth of logic in his readers." The book goes on sale this week.
The writer-illustrator of the Eisner-nominated humor book "Arsenic Lullaby," Douglas Paszkiewicz spoke with CBR News about the past, present and future of his series and why we should expect more from our comedians.
CBR speaks with writer Joe Kelly about "American Sons," the latest arc of "Amazing Spider-Man," which plunges Peter Parker & Harry Osborn into the deep end of Norman Osborn's Dark Reign.
Created by John Layman & Rob Guillory, "Chew' is the story of a federal agent who gets psychic impressions from what he eats (i.e. murder victims) – to solve crimes! Artist Guillory takes CBR through his process.
Courtesy of Dynamite, CBR brings you an exclusive first look at Stephen Segovia's variant cover artwork for "Project Superpowers: Chapter Two" #2, on sale in August.
More departures from Wizard Entertainment? A preview of this weekend's MoCCA Festival! Greg Rucka talks Batwoman! Guy Davis talks art and "B.P.R.D."! Plus, how well do you know your comic-book lightning logos?
"Captain America" #600 goes on salel Monday, June 15 - a shift from the traditional sale day of Wednesday. James Sime, owner of San Francisco's Isotope, talks to ROBOT 6 about the move.
The world thinks the Agents of Atlas are villains, but that's cool because they're using their rep to strike at Marvel's most dangerous man, Norman Osborn. We spoke with writer Jeff Parker about his plans for the team.
Artist of the best-selling Barack Obama issue of "Amazing Spider-Man," Todd Nauck shares with CBR News his experiences at last week's Barcelona Comic Con, the world's biggest show just for comic books.
With sadness over the impending loss of "Young Liars" and "Captain Britain and MI13," Tim takes a look at ten other mainstream currently published comics that deserve more readers and says, "Hey, read these!"