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Courtesy of Dynamite Entertainment, CBR presents a preview of Garth Ennis and PJ Holden's World War II adventure, "Battlefields: Happy Valley" #3, on sale February 17.
Michael May gives George O’Connor's new book 5 out of 5 "giant one-eyed monsters," saying it "perfectly walks the microbe-thin line between faithfully retelling the myths and embellishing them for...entertainment."
Marvel has released solicitation information for Ultimate Comics shipping in May 2010, including "Ultimate Comics Spider-Man" #10, and "Ultimate Comics New Ultimates" #2.
Dark Horse has provided previews of titles on sale this week, including the first issue of Torajiro Kishi's "Devil" and the "Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic" #50 finale!
Join Danielle as she celebrates her two-year anniversary of Manga Before Flowers, taking a respite from looking at manga for a week and focusing on how her COMICS SHOULD BE GOOD stint began!
Image Comics has provided CBR with advance looks at new comics on sale February 17, including "Astounding Wolf-Man" #21, an exclusive preview of "Chase Variant" by former CBR columnist Rich Johnston, and more!
Marvel is gearing up for their next cosmic comics event with "The Thanos Imperative: Ignition," a one-shot by Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning that kicks it off in May. ROBOT 6 has more.
BOOM! Studios has provided CBR with advance looks at new comics on sale February 17, including "Die Hard: Year One" #6, "Farscape" #4, "Incorruptible" #3, "The Incredibles" #5, and more!
Marvel has released a total of six teasers for their upcoming "Secret Avengers" title! Join the gang at CSBG and make your guesses for each of the half-dozen characters in the secretive new lineup.
WizKids/NECA announce a new collector's set for their superhero tabletop game that will be on sale at Comic-Con International, featuring movie versions of the popular characters from Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons comics classic.
CBR News spoke with script writer John Jackson Miller and artist Omar Francia about "Mass Effect: Redemption's" success so far and Dark Horse provided us with an exclusive preview of issue #3.
Courtesy of Dynamite Entertainment, CBR presents an exclusive First Look at John Cassaday's cover for Matt Wagner and Aaron Campbell's second issue of "The Green Hornet: Year One."
Marvel Comics has released a late-Friday afternoon sixth teaser for "Secret Avengers," featuring a male figure shrouded in black accompanied by the quote "I lead by example," suggesting that he is the head of the new team.
Marvel's Heroic Age will bring a whole new set of challenges for it's inhabitants; challenges that the Fantastic Four are ready to meet head on. We spoke with "Fantastic Four" writer Jonathan Hickman about his plans for the series.
Courtesy of Top Cow, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Magdalena" #1 by writer Ron Marz and artist Nelson Blake II, featuring a cover by Ryan Sook. The first issue of the new series hits stores in April, 2010.
When is a movie tie-in comic not a movie tie-in comic? What's the difference between Sauron, a vampire and a werewolf? What do you get when you mix Wally Wood, EC Comics and X-Rated humor? Get the answers in this week's CBLR!
Peter Tomasi moves to an all-new Guy Gardner ongoing titled "Green Lantern: Emerald Warriors" while "Green Lantern Corps" comes into the hands of "R.E.B.E.L.S." writer Tony Bedard featuring...Green Lantern Ganthet?
With Universal Pictures' "The Wolfman" hitting theaters today, CBR takes a look through the history of the myth of the werewolf as depicted in comic books, from Marvel's Werewolf by Night to "Fables'" Big Bad Wolf and beyond.
Hot off gaining $16,900 for charity in the name of their new Icon series, Mark Millar and Steve McNiven debut the all-new covers to "Nemesis" #1 and give retailers a chance for a free ad in the final printed comic.
Marvel, has released their fifth "Secret Avengers" teaser image this morning, showcasing what looks to be an armored figure attributed with the quote "I act upon my convictions regardless of personal consequences,"
As Dynamite Entertainment's superhero satire moves into its third act, the artist who co-created the skull-cracking agents tells CBR he'll be front and center starting with March's "The Innocents" arc in a wide-ranging interview with exclusive art.
The cartoonist behind the "Baby-sitters Club" graphic novels and the X-Men manga talks about her new full-color look at her adolescent dental drama "Smile," in stores now from Scholastic's Graphix imprint.
The time has arrived for the annual TILTING AT WINDMILLS analysis of the sales numbers for 2009 graphic novels in the bookstore market, and this year, Brian Hibbs looks at them in more depth than ever before.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale next Wednesday, February 17, including "Doomwar" #1, "Uncanny X-Men" #521, two doses each of Deadpool, Hulk, and Black Widow, and more!
A Heroic Age is about to dawn in the Marvel Universe and when it does Deadpool will find himself in the reluctant role of—trend setter? CBR News spoke with "Deadpool" writer, Daniel Way, about his plans for the series.
The CEO of the venerable kids comic house talked about the deal to bring Stan Lee's "Super Seven" to life, working with two former Marvel Editors-in-Chief and expanding Archie in the direct market and beyond.
DC Comics drops the first story-specific teaser for the upcoming twice-monthly follow up to the blockbuster "Blackest Night" event with an early David Finch cover and word from Geoff Johns on the sea king's future.
Chad Nevett reviews the latest chapter in Grant Morrison's "Batman and Robin" and gives the Cameron Stewart illustrated issue 4-stars, calling it "A fun, action-oriented issue that propels the reader forward throughout."
Everything works out this week when Deadshot follows his destiny, Vril Dox learns a lesson, Matty Roth goes back to basics and Kid-with-knife learns about magic all on a New Comics Day that makes comics worth reading.
Teen genius Amadeus Cho will soon have new responsibilities and a new ongoing series in My, and CBR spoke with co-writer Greg Pak about what to expect now that the former "Incredible Hercules" co-star has his own title.
"Arkham Reborn" writer David Hine spoke with CBR News and discussed the upcoming conclusion to his ongoing Arkham saga scheduled to appear in the pages of "Detective Comics" this April.
Marvel's Vice President - Executive Editor Tom Brevoort celebrates twenty years with the publisher by speaking with ROBOT 6's Sean T. Collins about the role of Twitter in today's industry, online personas and much more.
A planned relaunch for Jim Valentino's original Image superhero is in the works, but in the wake of the "Image United" event, the new series promises the return of an old face.
Marvel has released yet another teaser image for the upcoming "Secret Avengers" title, this time featuring what appears to be a flying male character accompanied by the quote "I excel through adversity."
Robert Kirkman spoke with CBR News about the upcoming "Viltrumite War" story-arc in "Invincible," the culmination of seventy issues worth of build-up in his long-running Image Comics series.
Weather, truck accident lead to tough week for Diamond! Crumb's "The Book of Genesis" has sold 120,000 copies! "Kirkus Reviews" finds a buyer! More from "Brian Wood Month"! Plus, comics "Twilight" fans might enjoy!
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Dark Avengers" #14 by Brian Michael Bendis and Mike Deodato. The latest chapter of the Avengers "Siege" crossover hits stores next Wednesday, February 17.
Writer/artist Kazu Kibuishi spoke with CBR News about the new print edition of his webcomic "Copper" as well as his Scholastic graphic novel series "Amulet" and some details about the next "Flight" anthology.
In May, fans will see how the coming Heroic Age affects both Marvel's biggest heroes and fan favorite characters in the 4 issue anthology "Age of Heroes." We spoke with Tom Brevoort and Kurt Busiek about the mini.
Len Wein shared what he loves about the Human Target, why he feels the character has lasted nearly 40 years and what he feels is the difference between Christopher Chance on television and the printed page.