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Award-winning illustrator Matt Phelan talks with CBR News about his debut graphic novel, a tall tale about a young boy growing up in Kansas during the days of the Dust Bowl.
COMICS SHOULD BE GOOD's month-long You Decide feature has come to an end, and here you'll find the questions and results to every last poll! Find out what you, the readers, have decided on a variety of comic book topics!
Another winning week has come and... well, it's still here. The Red Invasion's too good to resist, even stories have spies, Deadshot intimidates, Parker Robbins inspires and only Kal-El and Steve Rogers screw up at all.
The creator and writer of Image Comics' "Invincible," Robert Kirkman, speaks with CBR News about the next chapter of "Invincible" as Mark Grayson and his superhero allies prepare for the impending Viltrumite War.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR presents this exclusive preview of next week's "Dark X-Men" #1 from the acclaimed team of Paul Cornell, Leonard Kirk and Jay Leisten, with a cover by Simone Bianchi.
DC's The Source Blog released images today from the upcoming "JSA All-Stars" #1, by writer Matthew Sturges and artist Freddie Williams II. The first issue of the new series will hit stores on December 2, 2009.
The writer behind Dynamite's relaunch of the seminal '80s action hero shares an exclusive look at the series' art and explains why, dead or alive, fans will be excited about the corporate-tinged continuation of Paul Verhoeven's classic.
CBR's Chad Nevitt reviews the first issue of DC's "The Great Ten" by writer Tony Bedard and artist Scott McDaniel, giving the comic a 3.5 star rating after finding that "the quality is high and does the property justice."
Will "365 Samurai and a Few Bowls of Rice" truly bring enlightenment? CBR speaks with writer-artist J.P. Kalonji about his epic panel-per-page Dark Horse graphic novel, in stores in December. Plus, an exclusive 35 page preview!
Marvel has released a Spider-Man/Green Gobline teaser image from their upcoming Avengers event, "Siege," which launches in December 2009. No information was given other than the issue's solicitation information.
Crumb's "Genesis" climbs bookstore chart! More on the passing of Shel Dorf! Japanese university opens manga library! Why no one else will ever draw "Peanuts"! Plus, a copy of "X-Men" #1 sells for record $101,000!
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR presents this exclusive preview of "X-Force" #21, the second chapter of the "Necrosha" saga from the team of Chris Yost, Craig Kyle and Clayton Crain, in stores November 11.
Image Comics has announced Jim Lee will provide an all-new cover for November's "Image United," which now sees all seven original Image founders contributing to the series.
IDW Publishing has provided CBR with an exclusive preview of the debut issue of their new ongoing series, "Transformers," which contains spoilers about the fate of a major character.
This week: Comics are the new Disco!; why the forgotten was is forgotten and what parts they want to keep that way; plus library shows, the Hooded Utilitarian, Kellogg's and other notes, and the Comics Cover Challenge
Clockwork Storybook alum Chris Roberson shares details about the "Fables" spinoff miniseries, "Cinderella: From Fabletown With Love," including where the title falls in terms of "Fables" continuity and who plays Q to Cindy's 007.
Stan Sakai talks about "Usagi Yojimbo," his comic book about a rabbit ronin from medieval Japan that is hitting several major milestones before the end of 2009, including it's 25th anniversary. Plus, an exclusive preview of issue 125!
Courtesy of Top Cow, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Tracker" #1, a new take on werewolves from writer Jonathan Hickman and artist Francis Tsai, in stores November 11 with a variant cover by Darick Robertson.
Stephen Strange may no longer be the Sorcerer Supreme, but he's not done fighting supernatural evil. CBR speaks with Mark Waid about the new mini-series, "Strange," which kicks off the next stage of the good doctor's mystical career.
Dynamite has provided CBR exclusively with the first issues of "Jungle Girl Season Two" and "Sherlock Holmes: The Trial of Sherlock Holmes." The hardcover collections of both series are available in stores today.
Marvel has released a Billy Tan drawn teaser image from their upcoming Avengers event, "Siege," which launches in December 2009. No information was given other than the issue's solicitation information.
Comic-Con co-founder Shel Dorf passes away! Tor.com to serialize graphic novels! Author S.E. Hinton signs deal with Bluewater! Waid talks about BOOM!'s position and philosophy! Kirkman talks "Image United"! Plus more!
The CEO of Panelfly, Wade Slitkin, talks to CBR News about the origins of his company, their overall strategy, creating comics for the iPhone and iPod Touch, and the growing market for digital comics.
It's New Comics Day here in the USA, and CBR has over 50 previews of books on sale now from Marvel, DC Comics, Dark Horse, BOOM! Studios, Oni Press, IDW Publishing, Dynamite Entertainment, Image and more.
The writer of "X-Factor" joins us for this week's X-POSITION to discuss all of the series' recent revelations and resolutions while promising a long-awaited reunion in the upcoming "X-Factor: Nation X" one-shot.
Writer-artist Randy Queen introduces Ariel Chylde to Jackie Estacado and Sara Pezzini in the upcoming "The Darkness/Darkchylde/Witchblade: Kingdom of Pain" one-shot from Top Cow Productions, in stores this December.
Three pieces of news from last week help push comics down the digital distribution road - Augie shares his thoughts on the trio of moves. Plus, Bruce Timm played Comics Critic all the way back in 1982, and we have the art to prove it.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Incredible Hulk" #605 from the team of Greg Pak, Fred Van Lente, Ariel Olivetti and Michael Ryan, on sale December 9.
Courtesy of Oni Press, CBR presents an exclusive 11-page preview of the first issue of award-winning writer Greg Rucka's new series, "Stumptown," featuring art by Matthew Southworth, on sale tomorrow!
In the coming months, Wade Wilson will meet a veritable cornucopia of alternate reality Deadpools. we spoke with the "Merc with a Mouth" writer about Deadpool Corps, take a look at Lady, Major and Cowboy Deadpool, & more.
His two-year vacation finally over, Paul Jenkins has finally come to light at CBR with his
all new, all different FLOGGING A DEAD HORSE column! Thrills, chills and spills are in store as Paul tells how he landed, well, here!
Comic book newcomer Andi Ewington digs into the details of his Com.X tale of 45 superheroes as drawn by 45 artists, from Sean Phillips to Jock, and tells CBR News how the story affects the world of an unborn child.
Courtesy of IDW Publishing, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Angel" #27, on sale this Wednesday from the "After the Fall" team of Brian Lynch and Stephen Mooney, with a variant cover by Nick Runge.
CBR's Reviews staff covered more than twenty different comics last week, including "Fantastic Four" #572, "Blackest Night: Titans" #3, "Ignition City" #5, "World's Finest" #1, "New Mutants" #6 and more.
Marvel's third-quarter profits plunge! Nominees for Great Graphic Novels for Teens! Crumb controversy at university! How manga storytelling grew, and shrank! Stan Lee recounts six decades of comics! Plus more!
Marvel has released a Simone Bianchi-drawn teaser image from their upcoming Avengers event, "Siege," which launches in December 2009. No information was given other than the issue's solicitation information.
CBR News speaks with thrash metal icon Scott Ian about his two-part "Lobo: Highway to Hell" mini series, making the jump from music to comics, who he thinks should play Lobo in the forthcoming movie, and much more.
As promised last week, Tim takes on the comics of Warren Ellis, ranking the likes of "Stormwatch/The Authority," "Astonishing X-Men," "Global Frequency," and "Desolation Jones," in the Warren Ellis Top 10.
Courtesy of Vertigo, CBR presents this exclusive preview of Peter Milligan's "Greek Street" #5, on sale this Wednesday, featuring art by Davide Gianfelice and a cover by Jock.
This installment of AMAZONS ATTACK takes a look at Marston's original Wonder Woman themes of bondage and submission, and explains how those words probably don't mean quite what you think they do when referring to the Amazon princess.