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New comic Wednesdays are the weekly high holidays of the comic book industry, but occasionally something slightly more important than sating your average fan's weekly needs comes walking through your front door.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you an advance look at "Astonishing X-Men: Ghost Boxes" #1 by Warren Ellis and Alan Davis and Adi Granov, with a cover by Simone Bianchi, on sale next week.
Winning by a nose as Megatron hands out the beatdown, Matt Murdock wrestles with guilt, the Joes go to guns, plus "Unknown Soldier," "She-Hulk," great quotes, crazy ideas and plots gone awry.
Mark Andrew Smith & Matt Weldon present “New Brighton Archeological Society," a 152-page graphic novel from Image Comics. The duo gave CBR the run-down on this all-ages story.
It's bedlam as the defenders of Earth and the Skrulls wage war in this week's "Secret Invasion" #7. But never fear! Writer Brian Michael Bendis is here to walk readers through all the chaos page-by-page.
"Red Sonja"/"Entourage" tag team Luke Lieberman and Matt Wolpert talk to CBR about tackling Clint Eastwood's famed gunman in the second arc of Dynamite's Spaghetti Western ongoing, "The Man With No Name."
Steven Grant looks at the books that make up the 20 most significant comics in American comics history and states his case for each. Some of his choices just might surprise you.
CBR Reviewer Benjamin Birdie checks in with a review of "Final Crisis" #4 by Grant Morrison, JG Jones & Carlos Pacheco, out today. "Okay. That was pretty dark," begins the review which earned 4 1/2 stars.
Courtesy of Titan Books, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "Watching The Watchmen," the new "Watchmen" archival book by Dave Gibbons, Chip Kidd and Mike Essl, on sale now.
NBC has provided CBR News with four video clips from next Monday's episode of "Heroes" titled "Eris Quod Sum." Get an advance look at what happens with Tracy, Nathan, Suresh, Peter, Elle, Claire and Arthur!
BOOM! star writer Michael Allan Nelson talks about his new miniseries, “Hexed," which follows the adventures of a beautiful Brazilian thief in her quest for rare mystical objects. Includes an exclusive eight page preview.
In this week's installment of When Words Collide, Timothy looks back at the history of the American superhero comic, from the Golden Age to the Modern Age, and develops 'Sixteen Steps Toward a Superhero Canon."
CBR News speaks to writer Troy Hickman about “Twilight Guardian,” one of the winners of Top Cow’s 2008 Pilot Season competition that will be returning as an ongoing series in the Fall.
Just in time for Halloween, writer Harold Sipe unveils for CBR an exclusive first-look at the spook-tacular bonus story included in this October’s "Screamland" collection and "Proof" #13.
In the course of researching cartoonist Joseph Keppler, Comics Should Be Good's Brian Cronin discovered in an archival issue of "Puck" a series of 19th century emoticons -- or "Studies in Passions and Emotions."
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "Punisher Max X-Mas Special" by Jason Aaron and Roland Boschi with covers by Chris Bachalo, on sale December 3.
Dynamite reteams two of Sam Raimi's cult characters for another bout of alternate reality zombie fighting shenanigans, courtesy writers Brandon Jerwa & Elliott Serrano, who spoke with us about the book.
Courtesy of Devil's Due Publishing, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale this week including "The Worlds of Dungeons & Dragons" #6 and Milo Ventimiglia's "Rest" #1.
With Vertigo unleashing this week a new “Unknown Soldier” ongoing series, writer Joshua Dysart talks to CBR about bringing back the “one man in the right place” to fight a new war, this time set in modern day Uganda.
"X-Factor" writer Peter David answers your questions about rebellions, the X-Factor baby, and the secrets of noir. Also in this week's all-new X-POSITION, exclusive artwork, just for CBR readers.
In this week's PIPELINE, Augie has a special Omnibus announcement from Marvel, thoughts on what would be needed in a theoretical comics auction site, and two other ideas for the comics industry to make money off of.
Writer Justin Gray stops by to talk about his new “Terra” miniseries, his new “Power Girl” ongoing series, what’s in store for Jonah Hex, and what lies ahead now that he is no longer exclusive with DC Comics.
John Mayo crunches the numbers for the Top 300 Comics & Top 100 Trades for September, 2008. Marvel took the top spot with "Secret Invasion" #6, while DC debuted at #4 with "All Star Batman" #10.
Renée Tempete was just a superhero wannabe who entered a pageant to become the next Gallant Girl. She lost. Creators Cat Cahill & Seth Damoose talk to CBR about "I Hate Gallant Girl."
Courtesy of Dynamite Entertainment, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale this week including "Army of Darkness" #14, "Xena/Army of Darkness: What, Again?" #1, "Brothers In Arms" #14 and more.
The superstar artist J.G. Jones tells CBR News he blames only himself for not finishing the final issue of the epic, seven-part saga “Final Crisis." The series will be completed by Doug Mahnke.
Marvel has released images and solicitation information for new comics on sale in January, 2009, including new issues of "The Stand," "Dark Tower," "Captain America," "Amazing Spider-Man" and "Secret Invasion: War of Kings."
CBR Staff Photographer Pinguino Kolb was on the red carpet at Spike TV's 2008 Scream Awards, where she grabbed shots of comics luminaries like Frank Miller, Stan Lee, Brian K. Vaughan, and Mike Mignola.
"Hopeless Savages" writer Jen Van Meter strikes to the early beginnings of Jefferson Pierce’s heroic journey in “Black Lightning: Year One,” a six-issue miniseries scheduled to begin in January.
Simon Furman reveals all the details on the latest time-hopping installment of Dynamite's Terminator franchise with next year's “Terminator: Revolution.”
DC Comics has released images and solicitations for new comics and products on sale in January, 2009, including the latest from "Final Crisis," " Faces of Evil," "Green Lantern," "100 Bullets," and much more.
Loads of news this week, including news of multiple endings for the "Watchmen" feature film, one Manhunter is out while another returns, who would have worked on "Dan Dare" had Virgin not gone under and more.
Firestorm examines the history of the Justice Society International and remembers the inspirational abilities Superman offered the world in this week’s “Trinity,” while we check in on the mischief made by the mad god Krona.
Marvel has provided CBR with advance looks at new comics on sale in January from the X-Men line, including new issues of "Astonishing X-Men," "X-Men: Kingbreaker," "X-Infernus" and much more.
As part of his regular series "Land of Lost Tales," George Khoury, the author of "Kimota! The Miracleman Companion," has uncovered a lost Miracleman comic and talks with the creator of said story.
We've compiled a list of ten current Vertigo titles and we want to know which one is your favorite? 100 Bullets? Scalped? Madame Xanadu? Have your say in CBR's weekly online poll.
Even in the 19th Century, artists took issue with writers getting all the credit. Brian Cronin tells the story of how Charles Dickens worked in tandem with his artists to illustrate his novels, much like modern comics.
With "Amazing Spider-Man" #573 in stores now, CBR spoke with writer Dan Slott in-depth about all the bombshell revelations dropped as well as what's next in the tumultuous world of Peter Parker. Plus exclusive art!
Letterer Extraordinaire and the cartoonist behind “Desperate Times” and "Franklin Richards" talks to CBR about his autobiographical comic strip "Misery Loves Sherman," chronicling a dysfunctional family and two aliens.
DC Comics' critically acclaimed superhero title "Manhunter" has been cancelled for a third time. Series writer Marc Andreyko confirmed the news in a posting on Facebook. The final issue is January's #38.