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Courtesy of Dark Horse, CBR presents an exclusive preview of Mike Mignola and Scott Hampton's "Hellboy: The Sleeping and the Dead" #1, hitting stores on Wednesday, December 29.
In February, Fred Van Lente gives readers a new take on Marvel's classic buddy action book with the five issue "Power Man and Iron Fist." CBR News spoke with the writer about his plans for the miniseries.
The X-Universe detectives on the CBR message boards have again uncovered a new teaser for Marvel's incoming "Age of X" event, this one focusing on new Exonim Sentinels that take down Quicksilver and Scarlet Witch.
This week, Jason Aaron dips into the mailbag and answers the age old question: What the hell does a comic book editor do? The answer is, quite a lot, actually, from maintaining continuity to shaping stories and more.
Comic-Con International's David Glanzer stops by CBR to unpack today's successful trial sale of 1,000 tickets to the event in San Diego and assure would-be attendees that all the available tickets will be released in the new year.
Our week of DC Comics writer-on-writer interviews continues as Jeff Lemire talks to Nick Spencer about the parallels of their careers and the high concepts behind "T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents" and "Supergirl."
Agent Liz Sherman takes the spotlight, Witchfinder Edward Grey turns gunslinger, and the Bureau inducts a new member in 2011. "Hellboy" and "B.P.R.D." Mike Mignola spoke with CBR about all this and more.
As part of January's "Spawn" #200, Todd McFarlane is tapping the "Walking Dead" creator to write and pencil a four-page Omega Spawn origin, plus an exclusive look at David Finch's cover process.
"Uncanny X-Force" writer Rick Remender shared some surprises about the members of his mercenary squad while revealing out the secret to wealth and fortune. All this plus exclusive "X-Force" art!
Marvel Comics has released a special video trailer for "Invincible Iron Man" #500 from the Eisner-winning creative team of writer Matt Fraction and artist Salvador Larroca. The anniversary issue hits stores January 19.
Dark Horse has released images and solicitation information for new comics on sale in March 2011 including the debut of "Dollhouse," "The Guild: TInk," "Usagi Yojimbo," "Axe Cop" and more.
Marvel has released a new fear-themed teaser image depicting a battered Captain America kneeling amongst wreckage, his shattered shield in front of him, punctuated by the question,"Do you fear...a loss of faith?"
Allan Heinberg and Jim Cheung raise the curtain on Act Two of "Avengers: The Children's Crusade" as #4 hits January 5, 2011 and CBR spoke with Heinberg about the search for the Scarlet Witch.
It's New Comics Day in the States, and CBR has more than 50 previews of new titles on sale today from Marvel Comics, DC Comics, Dark Horse, Top Cow, IDW, BOOM! Studios, Dynamite, Archaia and more!
In the first of a special four-part feature, CBR invited some of DC Comics' rising writer stars to interview each other, starting with Scott Snyder digging into the history of "Sweet Tooth" and "Superboy" with Jeff Lemire.
This week, Augie delves further into the work of European artist, Sergio Bleda, with "Vampire Dance" and "The Wednesday Conspiracy." Also, what should owners of original art do to better preserve their collections?
Marvel has released Marcos Martin's cover for "Amazing Spider-Man" #656 featuring the debut of the new Spider-Armor. The issue, written by Dan Slott with interiors by Martin, swings into stores in March.
Sci-fi veteran Chris Roberson spoke with CBR News about his life-long love of the Man of Steel as he prepares to finish J. Michael Straczynski's run on "Superman," beginning with February's issue #708.
We spoke with "Mouse Guard" creator David Peterson who hinted at surprises in store in "The Black Axe," some familiar faces readers might see and a look at his organizational process, keeping it all in continuity.
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Green Lantern Corps" #55. Tony Bedard and Tyler Kirkham's "Brightest Day" adventure on Qward continues Wednesday, December 22.
With a first wave of guests, events and special announcements under its belt, Mark Millar unveils his personal plan for recruiting new "CLiNT" talent at Kapow!, his inaugural London convention.
Marvel Comics has announced Jeff Parker & Gabriel Hardman's "Hulk" series to be next in line for the publisher's new reader friendly .1 marketing initiative. "Hulk" #30.1, introducing General Fortean, hits in March.
Key witness in Michael George murder case testifies! Japanese publishers take aim at Apple over digital piracy! Akihabara reopens to pedestrians! Mike Grell named EIC of Ardden! Plus much more!
ROBOT 6's Tim O'Shea spoke with writer Christos Gage about the appeal of going exclusive with Marvel, his work on "Avengers Academy," his collaborations with Mario Alberti, the "Invaders Now" miniseries and more.
Courtesy of IDW, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Iron Siege" #1. James Abraham, Andrew Hong and Trevor Goring's WWII/Nazi/zombie tale hits stores December 15 and features a cover by Tim Bradstreet.
DC Comics has released a preview for "Batman and Robin" #18 featuring Paul Cornell and Scott McDaniel's new villain, The Absence, as she squares off against the dynamic duo. The issue hits this Wednesday, December 15.
Following up on yesterday's Spider-Man themed teaser image, Marvel has released a Terry Dodson illustrated shot of Cyclops dressed in Magneto's uniform accompanied by the question "Do you fear...what you've become?"
It will fall to The Lone Ranger to avenge the death of Zorro in a new 5-issue miniseries from Dynamite Entertainment. Written by Ande Parks, the historic crossover launches in March of 2011.
Last week, CBR's review team weighed in with their thoughts on twenty new comics, including "Halcyon" #2, "T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents" #2, and a 4-star review for "Thor: The Mighty Avenger" #7.
CBR News spoke with Greg Pak about his upcoming "Silver Surfer" miniseries, which pits the Surfer against the High Evolutionary in a story of blistering cosmic action and star crossed romance. Plus, exclusive art!
This week, Tim concludes his look at Howard Chaykin's formative Cody Starbuck comics, exploring the combination of swashbuckling adventure, virtuoso storytelling and the passionate energy of punk.
Marvel has released the solicitation information and cover images for "Daken: Dark Wolverine" #7 and "X-23" #8, the first two chapters in "Collision." Written by Marjorie Liu & Danial Way, both go on sale in March.
James Hunt gave "Shadowland: After the Fall" 3.5 stars, calling the one-shot, by Antony Johnston and Roberto De La Torre "ultimately a better read than 'Daredevil' #512...a more reflective coda to 'Shadowland.'"
CBR News spoke with writer and co-creator of "Proof" Alex Grecian about the title's upcoming relaunch in "Proof: Endangered" #1, our hairy hero's continued journey of self-discovery and the future of the series.
Fantagraphics co-publisher Kim Thompson talks to CBR News about the publisher's plans for all-ages European graphic novels, why the line has no name and hints at future titles he'd love to release.
In what appears to be the start of a new round of teasers, Marvel Comics has released a shot of Spider-Man looking at the televised news under the heading "Do You Fear...Tomorrow."
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR presents an exclusive expanded preview of "X-Men" #7 by Victor Gischler and artist Chris Bachalo. The X-Men visit Spider-Man in the Big Apple January 26, 2011
Doug Zawisza gave "Batgirl" #16 a 4 star review, saying Bryan Q. Miller and Dustin Nguyen's take on the titular hero "makes her one of the most believable, relatable, and approachable [DC characters]."
Clive Barker's seminal classic "Hellraiser" makes it's return to comics at BOOM! Studios. The series, co-written with Christopher Monfette, will feature art by Leonardo Manco and debut in March, 2011. UPDATED: Barker to draw variant cover.
Mike Mignola spoke with CBR about his projects outside the universe of "Hellboy" and "B.P.R.D.," including the first two "Baltimore" miniseries, the "Amazing Screw-On Head" collection and his rare non-Dark Horse work.