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In anticipation of a mass media push for the issue where one of the team is killed off, Marvel Comics is allowing retailers to sell "Fantastic Four" #587 on Tuesday of next week, one of a number of changes allowed by early shipping.
Peter Milligan says Atrocitus is a murderous, ancient monster, but now he’s his murderous ancient monster and it’s his job to make readers empathize with him in the new ongoing “Red Lanterns” series from DC Comics.
This month, Brian Hibbs discusses Patton Oswalt's recent Geek Culture rant/dissertation, deciding the actor didn't go far enough, especially with regards to the role of today's day comics industry in pop culture.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale next Wednesday including "Age of X: Alpha" #1, "Chaos War" #5, "New Avengers" #8, "Thunderbolts" #152, "X-Men #7 and many more.
DC Comics has released solicitation information and images for new comics and products shipping in April 2011, including the latest from "War of the Green Lanterns," "Brightest Day" and much more.
Harold and Kumar Escape from the Negative Zone! Nick Fury's Howling and Inglourious Basterds! Check out these comic book/movie mash-ups and more in this week's reader-suggested art gallery! And make your suggestions for next week's edition!
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR has exclusive previews of "Avengers" #9 by Brian Michael Bendis and John Romita, Jr., and "Captain America" #614 by Ed Brubaker and Butch Guice. Both are in stores January 26.
It was Hannibal's birthday on Wednesday, and the comics industry delivered the gift of not being terrible, led off by the complicated genius of Tony Stark, teenaged terrorism and the duplicity of soldiers and spies.
Artist and "Danger Girl" co-creator J. Scott Campbell spoke with CBR News about the upcoming crossover miniseries with Dynamite Entertainment's "Army of Darkness," raining upon comic stores this April.
ROBOT 6's Tim O'Shea spoke with SCAD professor and artist Shawn Crystal about "Wolverine & Deadpool: The Decoy," a digital-only comic written by Stuart Moore, as well as writers and artists to watch this year.
In a move towards a in house set of ratings for everything from kids comics to the mature readers material of Vertigo, DC Comics will no longer carry the decades-old Comics Code Seal of Approval on its monthly titles.
Doug Zawisa reviewed "Brightest Day" #18, giving it a perfect five stars for artists Ivan Reis and Ardian Syaf's "visual spectacle," and the mysteries established by Geoff Johns and Pete Tomasi "start to click into place."
In our penultimate installment of AGE OF X COMMUNIQUÉS, our look at the major mutant players of the “Age of X” storyline, writer Mike Carey reveals Gyrich's intelligence on the fugitive mutants Berserker, Hellion, and Nightmare.
French officials say Albert Uderzo isn't eligible for author tax breaks! Cartoonist Dick Locher to retire from "Dick Tracy"! San Antonio comic store rebounds! Plus much more!
Ryan Lindsay gives the landmark 50th issue of Garth Ennis, Darick Robertson's "The Boys" a four-star review, saying "a stand-off between The Seven and The Boys is always going to be one of my favorite things."
An A-list team of creators including Damon Linelof, Richard Donner and Alex Ross bring the Man of Steel back home from his cross-country journey to "Action Comics" where Doomsday and Lex Luthor await.
IDW held a press event to discuss its G.I. Joe line following the death of a major character in this week's “Cobra” #12. CBR has the details of the coming “Cobra Civil War,” which launches a new Snake Eyes ongoing series.
Courtesy of IDW Publishing, CBR is pleased to share an exclusive preview of "Angel" #41 by David Tischman, Mariah Huehner, Elena Casagrande, and Jenny Frison. The issue hits stores next week, January 26.
Responding to a controversial quote from "Black Swan" director Darren Aronofsky, Jason provides some solid advice for screenwriters looking to bring their scripts to comics with a ten-point checklist of things to look out for.
With Sinestro poised to enter the fray, fan favorite writer Tony Bedard checks in to discuss his run on “Green Lantern Corps” and teases what’s ahead in the upcoming crossover, "War of the Green Lanterns."
In coming months, the cast of “Uncanny X-Force” will face off against an onslaught of cybernertic enemies. We spoke with writer Rick Remender about the series, including a special 5.1 issue featuring art by Rafael Albuquerque.
"Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Season 8" concludes this week with #40, but Joss Whedon gave several hints about Season 9 in an interview with EW's Shelf Life blog. ROBOT 6 has the details.
The legendary cartoonist talks with CBR about his long career on"Mad Magazine," “The Simpsons,” “Groo,” as well as “Sergio Aragones: Five Decades of His Finest Work,” the new retrospective book from Running Press.
Thom Zahler's superheroic sitcom “Love and Capes” returns in February, now flying under the IDW banner. CBR News spoke with the cartoonist about the “Ever After” miniseries, in which the Crusader and Abby begin married life.
Marvel Comics has released an unlettered preview of "New Mutants" #22, the second chapter of the "Age of X" crossover with "X-Men Legacy," written by Mike Carey with art by Steve Kurth. The issue hits stores in February.
DC Comics has released a five-page preview of "Green Lantern Corps" #56, continuing the "Weaponer" story arc by Tony Bedard and Tyler Kirkham. The issue is in stores today.
New DC exclusive artist Phil Jimenez spoke with CBR News about his upcoming work on "Adventure Comics" and the start of the "Legion Academy" arc that introduces the future to the possible Legionnaires of tomorrow.
ROBOT 6 has an unconfirmed report that DC Comics will delay the debut of the eagerly-anticipated "Batwoman" until April. The series, by J.H. Williams III, W. Haden Blackman, and Amy Reeder, was set to launch in February.
Carla Speed McNeil's long-running “Finder” moves to Dark Horse in February with "Voice," followed by collections and a strip in "DHP." CBR caught up with the cartoonist to talk about the future.
It's New Comics Day in the States, and CBR has more than 50 previews of new titles on sale today from Marvel Comics, DC Comics, Dark Horse, Image Comics, Top Cow, BOOM! Studios, Dynamite, Archaia and more!
In this week's X-POSITION, “Wolverine” writer Jason Aaron answers your questions about hell, Logan’s evolving spirituality, and shares some "Astonishing" teases. Plus exclusive art by Daniel Acuña.
Courtesy of Dark Horse, CBR presents an exclusive first-look preview of Sir Edward Grey in "Witchfinder: Lost and Gone Forever" #1 by Mike Mignola, John Arcudi and John Severin.
Archie’s move to day and date digital comics makes a lot of sense for a Direct Market that does little for them, leading to “De Blieck’s Digital Divide,” Skottie Young's eBook and a rally for digital "Savage Dragon."
John Constantine ties the knot in this week's "Hellblazer" #275 by Peter Milligan and Giuseppe Camuncoli, with uninvited guests from heaven and hell dropping by. CBR has an exclusive 5-page preview, courtesy of DC/Vertigo.
CBR News spoke with legendary fantasy writer Peter S. Beagle about IDW Publishing's "The Last Unicorn" comic series, the impending Blu-ray release of the classic film adaptation and being too busy to die.
Courtesy of 12 Gauge Productions, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "RPM" #2 by superstar wrestler Mick Foley, Shane Riches, and Jose Holder. The issue hits stores tomorrow, January 19.
Marvel has released an early look at next month's "Hulk" #30, written by Jeff Parker and featuring the return of original Red Hulk artist Ed McGuinness! The issue smashes into stores February 16.
DC Comics has released a preview for "Brightest Day" #15, written by Geoff Johns and Peter Tomasi with art by Ivan Reis, Pat Gleason, Ardian Syaf and more. DC's event series continues tomorrow, January 19.
Marvel Comics has provided CBR with covers and solicit information for product shipping April, 2011, including the latest from "Fantastic Four," "Fear Itself," CrossGen, "Thor," "Captain America" and more.
Beginning in April, “Uncanny X-Men" co-writer Kieron Gillen is going solo. We spoke with him about his plans for the series, including a special issue with artist Carlos Pacheco and an arc devoted to Kitty Pryde and Colossus.