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Brian Azzarello and Rags Morales reinvention of iconic heroes from Doc Savage to The Spirit to Batman has its first full color pages see the light of day in advance of the universe-building "First Wave" #1 this March.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale Wednesday, March 3, including "Invincible Iron Man" #24, "New Ultimates" #1, and extended previews of "Girl Comics" #1 and "Breaking into Comics the Marvel Way" #1!
With talk swirling over whether it will remain in San Diego, Comic-Con International's David Glanzer discussed which cities are in the running, the issues at stake and why no decision has been made yet.
The writer behind Marvel's mutant mystery serial "X-Factor" reflects on the game-changing relationship between Shatterstar and Rictor and how it affected fans of the pair and his story.
Courtesy of Titan Books, CBR presents an exclusive 6-page preview of the newly recolored edition of "Lenore: Wedgies" by creator and artist Roman Dirge. The collection is scheduled to hit stores on April 20, 2010.
Creators Heather White, Jeffery Brown and Katie Cook all dance their cares away and leave their worries for another day as they discuss their involvement with Archaia's newest ongoing series, "Fraggle Rock."
Heroic efforts by William Gravel, Deadpool, Layla Miller, two old lovers and a mountain of comic book facts simply aren't enough to save this week from Thundercracker and Sinestro, the harbingers of The Great Sadness.
After keeping them under wraps for March's solicits, DC has unveiled the covers for "Green Lantern" #52, both of which feature the newly minted White Lantern. ROBOT 6 has the spoilerific images.
Robert Kirkman offers CBR readers a behind-the-scenes look at the special "Image United" prelude story while "G-Man" creator Chris Giarrusso talks about his back up strip featured in the issue, "Image Untied."
Doug Zawisza reviews Geoff Johns and Ivan Reis' "Blackest Night" #7, giving it 4 stars saying "Johns set out to make this story different...and change the DC Universe. With one issue to go, it's safe to say he has accomplished this."
Radical Publishing has stopped production of its comic "Incarnate" while it investigates accusations that creator Nick Simmons, son of Gene Simmons, plagiarized "Bleach" and other manga.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Ultimate Comics Avengers" #5, on sale March 3 from the creative team of writer Mark Millar and artist Carlos Pacheco.
DC Comics has announced that they will be offering a White Lantern ring alongside the GL and Flash rings as part of their "Brightest Day" promotion. ROBOT 6 has the details.
American artist Guy Davis tackles Britain's most popular hero, infusing the Cursed Earth with a bit more monster madness. CBR News spoke with Davis and writer Rob Williams about their strip in March's "Judge Dredd Megazine."
Jesse Blaze Snider pens the latest in BOOM! Studios' line of Muppet Fairy Tales with "Muppet Snow White," a 4-issue miniseries debuting in April. CBR News spoke with Snider about the series and his ongoing work on "Toy Story."
Chad Nevett reviewed issue #6 of Ed Brubaker and Steve Epting's look at the history of the Marvel Universe, giving it 3.5 stars and saying that “'The Marvels Project' #6 might be the best-looking comic Epting has ever drawn."
ROBOT 6 spoke with Ross Campbell about his upcoming SLG-published graphic novel, "Shadoweyes," sharing a look into the creative process behind the project as well as an advance peek at the first 9 pages of the book.
Dynamite Entertainment has announced that they will be publishing a "Grave Sights" comic series based on the novels written by NYT best-selling author Charlaine Harris that inspired the hit HBO series, "True Blood."
DC Comics has released a preview of their upcoming metahuman espionage-themed miniseries, "Nemesis: The Imposters" #1, written by Ivan Brandon with art by Cliff Richards. The series is scheduled to hit stores on March 3.
Courtesy of 12 Gauge Comics, CBR presents an exclusive First Look at some of the art from the publisher's "Boondock Saints: In Nomine Patris" limited series, which is set for release in May, 2010.
The all-star comics writer behind creator-owned hits like "Wanted" and "Kick-Ass" puts out a call for an unknown artist to drawn his next big project, asking for anyone from bizarre Western cartoonists to anime-influenced artists to apply.
Jeff Parker spoke to THE GREEN ZONE about a villain's about face in "Fall of the Hulks: Red Hulk" and the ladies at the heart of "Savage She-Hulks." Plus an exclusive look at Frank Cho's interlocking Hulk variants!
Could Comic-Con be lured by Anaheim's convention center and hotel rooms? Mike Manley to replace Eduardo Barreto on "Judge Parker"! Reuben Awards nominees announced! Paul Hornschemeier, college instructor! Plus more!
It's New Comics Day here in the United States, and CBR has over sixty previews of titles hitting stores today from Marvel, DC Comics, Image Comics, Dark Horse, BOOM! Studios, Dynamite and more!
"Uncanny X-Men" writer Matt Fraction dropped by to give X-POSITION our biggest installment to date, talking with us about character motivations, regrets, Night Ranger, and a giant freakin' bullet! Plus, exclusive preview art!!
Augie likes what he sees from Jason's "I Killed Adolf Hitler" OGN, vowing to read more of the creator's work. Plus, some thoughts on last week's DC reorganization, and an interview with Mark McKenna on his new kids book.
Courtesy of 12 Gauge Comics, CBR presents an exclusive 7-page preview of Trace Adkins and David Tischman's "Luke McBain" #4, by Tischman & Kody Chamberlain with a Brian Stelfreeze cover. It hits stores tomorrow.
Alan Martin and Rufus Dayglo, the creators behind Tank Girl's latest adventure, drop some bombs on what to expect in the one-shot, what makes Tank Girl so irresistible and what the future holds for the ass-kicking adventurer.
In his latest installment of Mistakes of a Past History, Brian Cronin takes a look at Jim Shooter's ill-fated attempt to bring "realistic horror" into Bruce Banner's life in a "Rampaging Hulk" story from the early 1980s.
Image Comics has provided CBR with advance looks at nine new books on sale this week, including "Choker #1, "Walking Dead" #70 "Image United" #0 and an exclusive 23-page preview of PopGun Vol. 4!
Veteran inker and up-and-coming writer Ande Parks spoke with CBR News about the ins and outs of his new Dynamite Entertainment comic, "Kato," the companion title to Kevin Smith's "Green Hornet" series.
Brian Wood spoke with CBR News and delved into the topics of "Northlanders'" milestone 25th issue, his plans for the future of the series and the creator's incredibly massive collection of Viking research materials.
Copy of "Action Comics" #1 sells for record $1 million! Wowio seeks financing! Japan Expo nominees announced! Interviews with Holkins and Krahulik, Aaron, Wood, and Rugg! Plus the most disturbing submission letter ever!
Last week, CBR's review team looked at over twenty new comic book releases including"Hulk" #20 and 4-star reviews for "Avengers Vs. Agents of Atlas" #2 and "Supergirl" #50.
In "Siege: Captain America," writer Christos Gage examines what the smaller battles in the titular conflict means for Marvel's two Caps. We spoke with Gage and his editor Bill Rosemann about the one-shot.
Tim returns and concludes his in-depth three-part analysis at the "Daredevil" comics of Brian Michael Bendis and Alex Maleev, explaining why their run is such an important milestone in the modern Marvel era.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR presents a preview of Jeph Loeb and Frank Cho's debut issue of "Ultimate Comics New Ultimates." The issue will hit stores on Wednesday, March 3.
Courtesy of IDW, CBR presents an exclusive preview of Transformers" #4 by Mike Costa and Don Figueroa. The issue, revealing the fate of Thundercracker, hits stores this week.
Sturm spoke with CBR about his latest Drawn & Quartery project, a graphic novel titled "Market Day," originally conceived as a childrens book before evolving into a story exploring the relationship between art and commerce.
Greg McElhatton reviews Kurt Busiek, Roger Stern and Jay Anacleto's "Marvels: Eye of the Camera" #6 and gives it 4 stars, calling the issue "a strong conclusion to both this mini-series and 'Marvels' in general."