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What happens when a supervillain is forced to do good? Ed Brubaker & Sean Phillips answer that question in “Incognito,” a five-issue miniseries from Icon. CBR News spoke with Brubaker about the project.
Image Comics has provided CBR with an advance look at solicitation information and graphics for new books on sale in March, 2009. The full list of March solicitations will be made available Tuesday, December 16.
DC Comics has released images and solicitations for new comics and products on sale in March, 2009, including the latest from "Batman: Battle for the Cowl," "Superman," Final Crisis," and much more.
Rich has word that Grant Morrison is headed back to the Bat-cave and is bringing a familiar friend, an update on Devil's Due Publishing's operations, Gillen gets to dazzle, a TMNT celebration and much more in this week's LYING IN THE GUTTERS!
In these on-camera interviews with Dave Gibbons, the "Watchmen" co-creator and author of "Watching The Watchmen" discusses his visual inspiration for the cast, John Higgins' coloring, and creating Rorschach's signature mask.
Welcome to Happy Harbor, Rhode Island, where Alfred and his friends discover a powerful link to the Trinity, but with Morgaine Le Fey building an army, can the world be saved in time? We take a look at "Trinity" #28.
Michael Uslan, producer of “The Spirit” and “The Dark Knight” teams with fellow producer F.J. DeSanto for a three-issue run with the Will Eisner creation beginning in DC's "The Spirit" #26, and spoke with CBR about the tale.
Courtesy of Dynamite, CBR brings you looks at new comics on sale this week including "Black Terror" #2, "Zorro" #9, "Terminator Revolution" #1, and new hardcovers of "The Boys," "The Lone Ranger" and more.
Marvel has provided CBR with advance looks at new comics on sale in March from the X-Men line, including new issues of "Uncanny X-Men," "X-Men: Legacy," "Wolverine," "X-Factor," "X-Force" and many more.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you an exclusive first look at Frank Martin's variant cover artwork for "Eternals" #7. On sale in January, the issue kicks off the "X-Men/Eternals: Manifest Destiny" storyline.
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR brings you advance looks at new books on sale next week including an exclusive preview of "Armageddon Now: World War III" by Phil Hotsenpiller and Rob Liefeld.
Chucky returns this month in a new miniseries from Devil's Due. Written by Jason M. Burns, “Chucky” will explore the dark and twisted realm of reality television.
The present and future collide in “Messiah War.” a 7-part crossover between “X- Force” and “Cable" beginning in 2009. CBR spoke with creators Christ Yost, Craig Kyle and Mike Choi about the kick-off one-shot, "Messiah War Prologue."
The Award-winning star of "The L Word" and "Exotica" talks to CBR News about her love of comics, working with Joe Sacco, and "I Live Here," the passion project seven years in the making now out from Pantheon.
Mark Waid answers your questions on topics including his and Barry Kitson's "Empire," the Kingdom Come activity in "JSA," the Legion, BOOM! Studios, Superman, Captain America, his appearance on "L.A. Ink" and much more.
Courtesy of Dark Horse, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "The Umbrella Academy: Dallas" #2. Written by Gerard Way with artwork by Gabriel Bá, this issue goes on sale December 24.
The star of films including "The Usual Suspects," actor Stephen Baldwin stopped by the CBR Boat Show at Comic-Con International in San Diego to discuss "The Remnant," his first comic book project with BOOM! Studios.
It's an all-Mark Waid edition in this week's Comic Book Legends Revealed, with legends pertaining to the Green Lantern of "Kingdom Come." the Kang of of "Captain America," and the Onslaught of... "Onslaught!"
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR brings you an exclusive first look at the cover for "Deadpool" #8. Illustrated by Jason Pearson, the cover depicts Deadpool facing some familiar foes....
Batman villain King Tut could have won a Grammy buried in his jammies, but instead he will be making his DC Universe debut come February in “Batman Confidential” #26. We spoke with writers Christina Weir & Nunzio DeFilippis about the book
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale this Thursday including "Mighty Avengers" #20," "Spider-Man Noir" #1, Thunderbolts" #127," "X-Men: Kingbreaker" #1 and more.
In this final installment, CBR looks back at more of the major figures who shaped Batman's history, and provides an overview of the major comic book storylines that defined the character in the last twenty-five years.
Courtesy of Top Cow Productions, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "Impaler" #1, the first issue of the new ongoing vampire series by William Harms and Matt Timson, on sale next week.
CBR News speaks with writer Mike Carey about the final big arc in Xavier's quest, “Salvage," which reunites the Professor with his stepbrother Juggernaut. Plus an advance preview of "X-Men: Legacy" #219!
NBC has provided CBR News with video clips from next Monday's episode of "Heroes" titled, "Duel," the fall finale and final chapter of the first volume from Season 3! Get a sneak peak at how this latest storyline wraps up!
With Dan Jurgens' taking the helm in this week's "Booster Gold" #15, the writer- artist sat down with CBR News for a chat about his famous creation, his place in the DCU, and what Booster fans can expect next.
Robert Kirkman reveals exclusively to CBR his plan for an epic Image Comics crossover event contained entirely within in the pages of "Invincible" #60, complete with Ryan Ottley's massive gatefold cover!
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you an advance first look at "Deadpool" #5, by Daniel Way and Carlo Barberi, concluding the two-part "Horror Bizness" storyline, shipping to comic stores nationwide next Wednesday.
Whatever you do, do not call it a comeback for Milestone's many masterpieces, plus Gail Simone makes it good to be bad, phonomancers are back in a big way plus so much more.
Paul Dini returns to talk about his DC Comics work, including his run on “Detective Comics,” his thoughts on “Batman R.I.P.,” what team book he would like to write, and his ideas for reforming Batman's rogues' gallery.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR brings you an exclusive first look at "Ultimate Fantastic Four" #59 by Joe Pokaski and Tyler Kirkham & Ryan Winn with a cover by Pasqual Ferry, on sale next week.
"Final Crisis" #5 is on sale now, and the response has been decidedly mixed. CBR Reviewers Doug Zawisza and Benjamin Birdie turn in wholly different takes on the new book by Grant Morrison and J.G. Jones & Carlos Pacheco.
Junior advertising executive Dave Sloan thinks his co-workers are demons from Hell -- and he may be right. CBR News spoke with Chris Yost and Scott Wegener about their new Image Comics series, “Killer of Demons."
In this second part of CBR's look at the history of Batman, we relive the tumultuous eras that saw Batman fall under the shadow of Dr. Fredric Wertham; become a camp classic; and transcend to pop culture phenomenon.
Return to the valley of the year's 10 best; more Xmas songs to keep you going until January, male version; who's afraid of the big bad auto industry; What If?, NBC, reality TV, weird moments in modern science and more.
Courtesy of Dynamite Entertainment, CBR brings you an exclusive look at Alex Ross cover sketches for "Masquerade," the next "Project Superpowers" spin-off miniseries.
Rich Koslowski’s 3 Geeks are back and obsessed with grading comics. CBR spoke with the author about "Slab Madness," which pits Keith, Allen and Jim against a mysterious cult called the Cee Gee Cee.
With 2009 just around the corner, this week Tim shares with us his undeniably eclectic picks for the Top Twenty Collected Editions of the Year with the first half of his two-part look back at the Best Comics of 2008.
In this week's “Amazing Spider-Man” #580, veteran Spidey scribe Roger Stern returns to the character after an eight-year absence. We talk with Stern about the issue, how it feels to be back, and what's next.
IDW counts down to 2009's "Star Trek" re-launch with a four-issue miniseries tying the Next Generation to J.J. Abrams' new/old era. Writers Roberto Orci, Mike Johnson and Tim Jones talk to CBR about "Star Trek: Countdown."