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It's new comics day in the USA, and CBR brings you more than forty previews of new books on sale right now from publishers including Marvel Comics, Dynamite Entertainment, Image Comics and BOOM! Studios.
The X-Editors swing by CBR to answer your questions about new, old, and former mutants of the Marvel Universe. And as always, X-POSITION brings you exclusive artwork from all across the X-Men line.
Augie focuses on the Comeback Comic for 2009, "The Savage Dragon," and how his enthusiasm for the series has recently been jumpstarted in a big way. Also, he's taking a look through the front half of the latest 'Previews' catalog.
Courtesy of Radical Comics, CBR brings you an advance look at "Hotwire: Requiem for the Dead" #1. Created by Warren Ellis & Steve Pugh and written and illustrated by Pugh, this issue goes on sale this week.
Leah Moore & John Reppion sink their teeth into a horror classic while retaining the creepy, crawly sections seldom seen. They talk to CBR about Dynamite's "The Complete Dracula."
CBR Reviewer James Hunt turns in an advance review of "Secret Warriors" #1, giving the Briand Michael Bendis & Jonathan Hickman-written debut issue four stars and marks for accessibility and relevance.
Writer/artist Brian Wood announced today that all rights to two of his early works, "Channel Zero" and "Channel Zero: Jennie One," have reverted back to him from publisher AiT/Planet Lar.
In this first installment of ALL THE KING'S MEN, CBR News talks with "War of Kings" writers Dan Abnett & Andy Lanning to identify the Kings and Queens on Marvel's cosmic chessboard.
Courtesy of Top Cow Productions, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "The Darkness" #75 by Phil Hester and a host of Darkness artists past and present, with covers by Bermejo, Keown, Sejic and Broussard.
What is the Idol Head of Infernatu, and what does it mean for Enigma’s plans? What do the Companions learn about the mysterious god Kellel that could change their world? Justin and Brian bring you some answers.
This month's "Previews" catalogue features a brief essay by BOOM! Studios Editor-in-Chief and writer Mark Waid on the subject of his new series, "Irredeemable." CBR brings you the full text of Waid's piece.
MySpace Comic Books has a four-page preview of Batman #686, the first issue of Neil Gaiman and Andy Kubert’s two-part “Whatever Happened to the Caped Crusader?” The much- anticipated comic hits shelves on Feb. 11.
A crazy swipe file, whatever happened to "Legion of Super-Heroes" #50, the Diamond Comics Distributor best publisher of the year, the Top 10 likely effects of Diamond's distibution changes and more in this week's LYING IN THE GUTTERS.
On sale this week is "Eureka" #1 from BOOM! Studios, tying directly into the popular Sci Fi television series. CBR News caught up with writer Brendan Hay to talk about the comic book and thinking like a genius.
Courtesy of Dynamite Entertainment, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale this week including "Dead Irons" #1, the first issue of the new series by James Kuhoric, Jason Shawn Alexander and Jae Lee.
Catch up with CBR's stellar reviews team, who turned in last week nearly twenty reviews of comic books from publishers all across the industry, including a number of 4.5 star reviews and a dismal half-a-star awarded to one unlucky book.
This week's "Immortal Iron Fist" #22 kicks off the new storyline "Escape from the Eighth City," which finds Iron Fist and fighting for his life in a nightmarish realm. CBR spoke with series writer Duane Swierczynski about the arc.
Every day in January, Comics Should Be Good spotlighted some of best and brightest writers in the comics industry, and you can check out the full list right here, including Jonathan Hickman, Stuart Moore and more.
Reed Exhibitions has today announced the launch of Chicago Comic & Entertainment Expo (C2E2) which will take place April 16 – 18, 2010 at McCormick Place in downtown Chicago.
In response to continuing strong sales, Marvel Comics has sent 'Amazing Spider- Man" #583, guest starring new U.S. President Barack Obama, back to press for a fifth printing with a new version of the Phil Jimenez cover.
Comic Book Resources announces its plans for wall-to-wall coverage of this year's New York Comic Con at the Jacob Javits Center in New York City, with details on live reporting, blogging and CBR TV.
Courtesy of Image, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale next Wednesday including "Dark Ivory" #4, "Dynamo 5" #9, "Youngblood" #7 and an exclusive look at 11-pages from "Jersey Gods" #1
Timothy Callahan checks in with a review of last week's "Umbrella Academy: Dallas" #3 by Gerard Way and Gabriel Ba. Three issues in, Timothy says this second series "might be even better than the first series."
Courtesy of BOOM! Studios, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale this week including "Eureka" #1, "Farscape" #2, "Cthulhu Tales" #11, "The Remnant" #2 and more.
Image Comics has provided CBR News with an exclusive 11-page preview of "Jersey Gods" #1, debuting this Wednesday from writer Glen Brunswick and COMIC BOOK IDOL contestant Dan McDaid.
ROBOT 6 returns with your weekly dose of trivia and cursory analysis of DC Comics' "Trinity." With some thought-provoking observations on Superman’s duality, the issue was fairly satisfying all around.
Erik Larsen dives into the story of 121 days told in 121 panels to prepare his signature character for a new beginning. CBR News spoke with the writer-artist about "Savage Dragon" #144.
CBR News has confirmed that superstar "The Sandman" writer Neil Gaiman is teaming-up with "Madman" creator Mike Allred to create a 12-page Metamorpho story for an as-yet unannounced Allred project for DC.
In anticipation of the film adaptation of "Watchmen," award-winning retailers Carr D’Angelo & Atom! Freeman re-read and provide commentary on the classic book, this week with chapter seven, "A Brother to Dragons."
The colorist of such titles as "Justice League of America," "House of M" and "Powers," Pete Pantazis goes in-depth with CBR about the nature of the colorist, the subject of recognition, and the challenges of the weekly "Trinity."
First Second's Editorial Director Mark Siegel talks to CBR's new blog ROBOT 6 about his plans for the year ahead and how, if at all, the recent economic woes have affected his company, a part Macmillan’s Children’s Publishing Group.
Can you believe it? Even more secrets of the "Secret Wars!" Also this week, learn "The Stand" scripter Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa's path to Marvel via Archie, and more litigiousness on the part of DC Comics.
Writer Brandon Jerwa brings CBR readers an exclusive page-by-page commentary of Dynamite's "Battlestar Galactica: Ghosts" #1, featuring a new story from the world of Galactica.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR brings you an exclusive first look at Eric Battle's designs for "Timestorm 2009/2099," the new Brian Reed-written miniseries that begins this April.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale next Wednesday including "Agents of Atlas" #1, "Astonishing Tales" #1, "Black Panther" #1, "Secret Warriors" #1, "War of Kings: Darkhawk" #1 and more.
CBR Reviewer Benjamin Birdie brings you a second review of DC Comics' "Final Crisis" #7 by Grant Morrison and Doug Mahnke, saying the issue "tells a story of weight and balance" and "delivers a satisfying conclusion."
In celebration of its 35th anniversary, DC’s classic sword and sorcery series of seventies, “The Warlord,” returns this April with creator Mike Grell back at the helm. He spoke in-depth with CBR News about the auspicious project.
A rainy day is rarely much fun, but it can be far worse when your business involved paper collectibles and the roof decides to let the water come inside to get dry, as Jud found out on one disasterous New Year's Eve day.
John Mayo crunches the numbers for the Top 300 Comics & Top 100 Trades for December, 2008. Marvel took the top spot with "Secret Invasion" #8, while DC Comics debuted at #2 with "Final Crisis" #5.
Things go well with psychic spies, Latino heroes, legendary writers, ancient villains, forgotten stories and more, including the tragic end of "Final Crisis," a good look at "Buckaroo Bonzai" and more.