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Augie plays catch-up with "Invincible" and likes what he sees. Also, take a trip back twenty years to look at "Wizard" #1 all over again and a look at the past week's news items.
"Chew" scribe John Layman spoke with CBR about his upcoming Godzilla miniseries "Gangsters and Goliaths," which takes an Asian gangster movie approach to the Toho monsters. Issue #1 is on sale in June from IDW.
DC Comics has provided CBR with an exclusive look at "Secret Six" #33. The issue, written by Gail SImone with art by J. Calafiore and a cover by Daniel Luvisi, hits stores tomorrow, May 4.
Eisner-nominated writer Scott Snyder will team with writer Scott Tuft and New York Times best-selling artist Attila Futaki on "Severed," an Image Comics horror title debuting in August.
Marvel's second "Ultimate Universe Reborn" call Tuesday afternoon revealed that Nick Spencer and Paco Medina will launch "Ultimate Comics X-Men" in September. Spencer was on hand to discuss the series and new status quo.
Tim O'Shea spoke with writer Chris Roberson about his upcoming BOOM! Studios "Elric" series, launching this weekend with a Free Comic Book Day zero issue, his history with the Michael Moorcock character and more.
Marvel Comics has released an advance look at "Captain America" #1, the new Steve Rogers starring series by Ed Brubaker and Steve McNiven launching on July 13.
DC advises retailers to unplug $150 promotional signs! Losses mount for bankrupt Borders Group! Comings and goings at Wizard! Interviews with Mark Andrew Smith, Chester Brown and more!
In an exclusive interview at Boston Comic Con, Darwyn Cooke revealed some of the details of his first fully creator-owned work -- a digital graphic novel that's a love story with a twist.
Last week, CBR's crack review team weighed in with their opinions on twenty new releases, including the latest from "Avengers," "Justice Society of America," "Ruse," "The Strange Case of Mr. Hyde" and more.
In June's "Fear Itself: The Home Front" #3 writer Ben McCool reintroduces readers to the scourge of the corporate underworld, Cardiac. CBR spoke exclusively with McCool about bringing back the '90s fan-favorite.
Ryan K. Lindsay gives Scott Snyder and Rafael Albuquerque's "American Vampire" #14 4 stars and says the series is "going to become a definite cultural touchstone in comics for this period of history."
Tim concludes his look at Jonathan Hickman's "Secret Warriors" by actually talking about what he thinks of the series, its literalism, its plot reversals and how it relates to Hickman's Image work.
In the wake of death of Al Quaeda leader Osama Bin Laden, ROBOT 6 wonders what effect the news will have on Frank Miller’s long-gestating graphic novel "Holy Terror?"
Jim Woodring spoke with CBR about "Congress of the Animals," his first full-length Frank adventure debuting in June, and why none of it was drawn with his famous seven-foot long steel nib pen Nibbus Maximus.
During a Monday afternoon press conference, Marvel revealed details of "Ultimate Comics: Ultimates," a new ongoing series by Jonathan Hickman and Esad Ribic following "Ultimate Fallout" and the "Death of Spider-Man."
DC Comics has provided CBR with exclusive looks at "Adventure Comics" #526 featuring the conclusion of the "Legion Academy" arc and "Doom Patrol" #22, both hitting comic stores Wednesday, May 4.
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR presents an exclusive 9-page preview of "Chew" #27 by the Eisner Award winning creative team of John Layman and Rob Guillory. UPDATED: The issue hits stores Wednesday, May 11.
CBR spoke with writer John Ostrander about his new Star Wars miniseries for Dark Horse, which examines whether a man can work for something as evil as the Empire without becoming evil himself.
James Hunt gives "Uncanny X-Men" #536 4.5 stars, calling Kieron Gillen and Terry Dodson's follow-up to "Joss Whedon's X-story, "fun, interesting and original...you can’t ask for more than that from any superhero comic."
Dynamite Entertainment has provided CBR with advance looks at new comics on sale this Wednesday, May 4 including Garth Ennis' "The Boys" #54 and "Jennifer Blood" #3, "Vampirella" #5 and more.
Adam Hines wins LA Times Book Prize for "Duncan the Wonder Dog: Show One"! Wizard World announces Los Angeles show! Superman's history of "un-American activity"! Plus more!
Nick Spencer's four issue run on "Secret Avengers" kicks off April 27th with #12.1. CBR News spoke with the writer about his plans for putting the team in the public eye and a "Fear Itself" tie-in.
ROBOT 6's Graeme McMillan reassesses his preconceived notions of Top Cow Productions and its comics after diving into "Witchblade," "The Darkness" and "Velocity."
Marvel Comics during the 1960s were a blast, but they were not without their goofy plot points. We examine the ten goofiest moments from "Fantastic Four" #11-20, including the appearance of a president.
BOOM! Studios has provided CBR with advance looks at new titles on sale May 4, including "Irredeemable" #25 and "Chip 'N Dale Rescue Rangers" #6, as well as "Elric: The Balance Lost," which arrives on Free Comic Book Day!
You all voted for your favorite comic book writers and artists of all-time and now the master list of your top 250 is complete! Check to see where your favorites ranked! Link Fixed
With DC Comics' "Brightest Day" now in the history books, ROBOT 6's Tom Bondurant looks back at both what happened and whether or not it worked as a cohesive story.
On the cover of "Kevin Keller" #2, Riverdale's first openly gay resident embraces his father, a three-star general, and proclaims, "Dad, you're my hero!" Is Archie now the most socially relevant publisher in comics?
ROBOT 6's John Parkin looks at reaction to Superman renouncing his US citizenship in "Action Comics" #900, from comic forum to Fox News. RELATED: Did Supes always fight for the American Way?
The Editorial team behind big Marvel Comics from the "Fear Itself" event to "FF" explain the process of making big events, finishing "Secret Warriors" and relaunching "Captain America & Bucky."
Peter Milligan speaks exclusively with CBR about his upcoming miniseries, "Flashpoint: Secret Seven," reveals a new member and his take on Swamp Thing and Constantine returning to the DC Universe.
CBR Reviewer Greg McElhatton gives Grant Morrison & Yanick Paquette's "Batman Incorporated" #5 4 stars, saying the series "has kicked into high gear" with this latest installment.
Dark Horse Comics has provided CBR with an exclusive first look at the May 4th shipping "B.P.R.D: The Dead Remembered" #2 by writers Mike Mignola & Scott Allie, with art by Karl Moline.
Right after his big gaming return in “Duke Nukem Forever,” Duke explodes into comics with “Glorious Bastard,” a four-issue miniseries from IDW. CBR News spoke with writer Tom Waltz about the series, who shared exclusive art!
CBR Reviewer Kelly Thompson gives Snyder & Jock's "Detective Comics" #876 4.5 stars and says the series "has shot to the top of my must have list again." Read on to see why this series is receiving rave reviews.
In part two of CBR's exclusive coverage, writing duo Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning discuss international destruction in their two fighting female “Flashpoint” miniseries: “Lois Lane and the Resistance” and “Wonder Woman and the Furies.”
This week, we discuss how DC took issue with a classic hero seeming "too gay," whether John Byrne determined that James Rhodes would be black and whether comics actually cut down the amount of staples they used during World War II!
The next phase for Jonathan Hickman and Steve Epting's plan for the survivors of the Fantastic Four comes in May as the Future Foundation faces a war between the lost cities of the world – with special guest artist Barry Kitson.
Plotter Scott Snyder and scripter Lowell Francis speak exclusively with CBR News about "Flashpoint: Project Superman" and how the miniseries ties into DC's major alternate timeline event.