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As Dark Horse's fan-favorite "Fear Agent" series approaches its landmark 25th issue, writer Rick Remender talks to CBR News about the sci-fi adventure about a gritty, alcoholic alien exterminator, xenocide, and fear itself.
Courtesy of Dynamite, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale this Wednesday including "Project Superpowers" #6 by Ross, Krueger and Paul, and "Zorro" #7 by Wagner and Francavilla.
School is back in session at Comics Experience. Taking over from founder Andy Schmidt, Spidey scribe Dan Slott will teach the writing track while DC Comics editor Michael Siglain will oversee students of art.
Kieron Gillen & Jamie McKelvie talk to CBR about the return of their acclaimed urban fantasy series "Phonogram" with "The Singles Club," featuring seven new pop-fueled stories of music and magic set on the same night in the same dance club.
Image Comics has provided CBR with advance looks at new books on sale this week, including the debut of Garth Ennis & Jimmy Palmiotti's "Back to Brooklyn," plus "I Kill Giants" #3, "The Perhapnauts" #4 and more!
Three weeks ago we reviewed "Heroes" Season Three premiere, happening Monday night on NBC. We're running it again today for those of you who may have missed it the first time around.
While the 1930s gave comics Superman, Batman, Sub-Mariner and the Human Torch, the 1940s introduced some legendary figures, as well. Who is the greatest superhero created in the 1940s? Take our online poll.
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "Spawn" #183 by writer David Hine and illustrator Brian Haberlin. On sale next week, the issue promises a stunning revelation.
CBR's series of interviews with comics' top editors continues today with Tom Brevoort, Executive Editor at Marvel and responsible for such books as "Secret Invasion," "Civil War," "Captain America" and much more.
The early word on Devil's Due's American expansion of the classic Japanese horror icon is on the way courtesy of writer Jimmy Palmiotti, who talks to CBR News about "Vampire Hunter D: American Wasteland."
CBR speaks with “X-Force” co-writer Christopher Yost about the hit series' first arc and discuss the next storyline, “Old Ghosts,” which pits the clandestine mutant hit squad against the old X-Men foe known as the Vanisher.
Courtesy of Radical Comics, CBR brings you an exclusive 15-page preview of "City of Dust: A Philip Khrome Story" #1 by writer Steve Niles and illustrator Zid, on sale October 1st.
Did John Byrne & Howard Mackie consider a mystical One More Day-esque solution to make Spidey single again? Was "Watchmen" originally planned as just six issues? Plus: Bob Kane swipe file!
J'onn J'onzz helped usher in the Silver Age of superhero comics, but that didn't save him from meeting a brutal end in "Final Crisis." CBR looks back on the life of the Martian Manhunter.
“Farscape” returns in November courtesy of BOOM! Studios, with Rockne O'Bannon at the helm. CBR checked in with the writer to see how jumping from TV to comics has changed the world of “Farscape” and that of its creator.
Brian examines some of the lessons learned from the recent "All-Star Batman & Robin" fiasco, why proper Street Dates should be enforced in the Direct Market, and what they could ultimately mean to retailers' pocket books.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale next Wednesday including "Captain America" #42, "Daredevil" #111, "New Avengers" #45, "Nova" #17 and more.
Image studios Top Cow and Shadowline have released additional graphics and solicitation information for new comics on sale in December, including "Impaler" #1, "PX! Book 2: In Service of the Queen" and much more.
Another winning week led off by smirking mechanoids, Grant Morrison's Superman and flames and heroism in Asgard, plus "meh" ratings passed out proliferately and sadness with the Sentry, amidst so much more.
Next week's "Daredevil" #111 kicks off a major new chapter in the life of the blind crime fighter, introducing him to the deadly new villain, Lady Bullseye. CBR News spoke with writer Ed Brubaker about the book.
The final issue of Grant Morrison and Frank Quitely's epic "All Star Superman" has finally arrived. Does it go out with a bang or a whimper? CBR Reviewer Benjamin Birdie takes a look.
In this final installment of CBR TV's interview with "War Heroes" creators Mark Millar & Tony Harris, the pair discuss Stan Lee's influence on the project, its cast of characters, and update fans on Millar's movie projects.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR brings you an advance look at next Wednesday's "Captain America" #42 by Ed Brubaker and Steve Epting, which brings to a close the "Death of Captain America" storyline.
Living legend Dennis O'Neil writes a two-issue story in December's “Detective Comics” #851 and “Batman“ #684, and talks to CBR about the project, what he's been up to, and his review of "The Dark Knight."
Top Cow Productions has announced the winners of Pilot Season 2008 are "Twilight Guardian" by Troy Hickman & Reza and "Genius" by Marc Bernardin, Adam Freeman and Afua Richardson.
One of the most controversial comics of the '90s, Jason Pearson's "Body Bags" returns with "One Shot," starring of the ultra-violent father-daughter bounty hunting team who've captivated fans for more than ten years.
The last word on work-for-hire... again! Plus comics reviews, Republican logic, the Adam Strange that never was, the Apple life, reply to Spurgeon and tons of other notes in this week's PERMANENT DAMAGE by Steven Grant.
In next week's one-shot, "Wolverine: Roar," Duane Swierczynski and Mike Deodato deliver an action-packed story that's that's literally ear-splitting. CBR News spoke with Swierczynski about the project.
Image has released graphics and solicitation information for new comics on sale in December, 2008 including "Frank Frazetta's Silver Warrior" #1, "Phonogram: The Singles Club" #1 and much more.
With Vertigo's "Greatest Hits" launching this week, CBR News caught up with writer David Tischman to kick off a five-part feature profiling each of the idiosyncratic superheroes who rock out as The Mates. This week, meet Solicitor.
In support of their creator- owned Image miniseries "War Heroes," creators Mark Millar & Tony Harris undertook an exhaustive tour of the United States, stopping in Hollywood to sit down with CBR for an on-camera interview.
This week, Tim looks at the amazing bounty of graphic novels and collected editions coming out in the next four weeks and provides his Top 20 recommendations, including works from Miller, Morrison, Wood and others.
It's another mid-week LYING IN THE GUTTERS update, as Rich Johnston takes a look at the pulping of "Action Comics" #869, with word that some of the original printed editions have already made their way to eBay.
With the concluding storyline set to begin in October, writer Arvid Nelson talks to CBR about the role of his own religious beliefs in "Rex Mundi," his acclaimed Dark Horse series about murder, conspiracy and the quest for the Holy Grail.
Following last night's debut of Skrull-sponsored television ads imploring humanity to "embrace change," the shape-shifting alien invaders have issued further details on their intentions toward our planet.
Courtesy of Aspen, CBR brings you an advance look at "Aspen Showcase: Benoist" #1 by writer JT Krull and artists Micah Gunnell & Rob Stull with covers by Gunnell and "Legion of Super-Heroes" artist Francis Manapul.
With the epic "All Star Superman" concluded with this week's issue #12, CBR News sat down with artist Frank Quitely to discuss his hugely acclaimed work with Grant Morrison on the best-selling DC Comics series.
CBR News spoke with Marvel's VP of Merchandising & Communications Mike Pasciullo to learn what was behind the "Secret Invasion" TV commercial and if we should expect more.
Writer Greg Pak answers your questions about revisiting Magneto's origin while combining historical facts from one of history's grimmest events in the five- issue Marvel Knights mini "X-Men: Magneto Testament."
With the hardcover edition of "Local" released this week, artist Ryan Kelly shares some insight into his and Brian Wood's acclaimed project, discussing his artistic approach and the challenges of aging a character over 10 years.