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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.
U.S. Presidential candidate Barack Obama continued to court the "geek vote" at a charity function in New York City last night, saying he was born on Krypton and sent by his father, Jor-El, to "save the planet Earth."
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale next Wednesday including "Ultimate Spider-Man" #127, "X-Men: Legacy" #217, "Criminal" #6, "She-Hulk" #34, "Thor: Truth of History" and more.
In this week's edition, learn the true origins of not only Marv Wolfman's character, The Monitor, but also Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster's Jor-L! Also, how did Dick Tracy manage to win an Academy Award?
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR brings you an exclusive first look at Lee Bermejo's cover for "X-Men: Legacy" #220 by Mike Carey and Scott Eaton. On sale in January, the issue features the return of Rogue.
Brian Hibbs covers a wide range of topics in this week's column, including how his store's new point-of-sale system has generated some surprising results, the distributor bottleneck and publisher problems handling back lists.
Image has released graphics and solicitation information for new comics on sale in January, 2009, including "Frank Frazetta's Moon Maid" and new issues of "Witchblade," "Spawn," "Invincible" "The Walking Dead" and more.
Deadpool's moment of glory was stolen from him by Norman Osborn, which means the Merc With a Mouth's now desperate and flat out broke. CBR spoke with writer Daniel Way about what's next.
Award-winning "Box Office Poison" creator Alex Robinson stopped by the CBR Boat Show at Comic-Con International to discuss his latest work, "Too Cool To Be Forgotten," about a man who finds himself reliving his childhood in the 1980s.
Not bad but not good as the DC rules the roost as far as purchases go and there's a lot to not like with schizophrenic scions, Avengers-less "Avengers" and a surprise from Jimmy Olsen.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "New Avengers" #46 by writer Brian Michael Bendis and artist Billy Tan. On sale next week, this issue is a Secret Invasion tie-in.
Writing about the joy of fresh French milk, the beauty of Paris and the bonds of mothers and daughters, cartoonist Lucy Knisley recounts for CBR the process of creating a memoir of her travels through France.
He’s a nice man. He’s middle-aged. He's polite. He’s a sasquatch. They call him Proof. Creators Alex Grecian and Riley Rossmo talk about their popular, weird wildlife series and what’s in store in the issues to come.
Courtesy of Top Cow, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "Cyblade" #1 by writer Joshua Hale Fialkov and artist Rick Mays. On sale next week, "Cyblade" is a Pilot Season 2008 winner.
We talk with Daniel Wallace, compiler of DK Publishing's newly released and expanded edition of "The DC Comics Encyclopedia" to find out what kind of work goes into creating such an exhaustive resource.
In his new Top Shelf book, Robert Goodin’s quirky character focuses his life on his favorite part of the female form. We spoke to the "American Dad" staffer about "The Man Who Loved Breasts."
Contracts and creators - an important primer for freelancers; plus the weirdest spy series you never saw, Neil Gaiman, the Comics Cover Challenge and much more in this week's edition of Steven Grant's PERMANENT DAMAGE.
CBR News concludes its profile series of The Mates with David Tischman, writer of Vertigo’s new anarchic, Beatles-esque superhero book, “Greatest Hits.” Today we meet the man of clay, Golem, the Pete Best of The Mates.
Just in time for the newest issue of Geoff Johns and George Perez's "Final Crisis: Legion of Three Worlds," Timothy chats with novelist - and lifelong LoSH fan - Barry Lyga about what makes the 31st century so special
With his top-selling "New Ways To Die" storyline concluding this week, Dan Slott tells CBR what he loves so much about writing Marvel's "Amazing Spider-Man," and why it's the hardest he's ever worked.
Two of The Flash's oldest foes, Heat Wave and Weather Wizard are cornerstones of the Rogues. Now facing what may be their final mission, the villains are looking for payback against Inertia in the pages of "Final Crisis: Rogues' Revenge."
Step aside, Santa Claus, because it’s Halloween and there’s one little boy who’s writing a letter that starts with the words “Dear Dracula.” Writer Joshua Williamson talks to CBR about his unique children’s graphic novel.
Beginning in November, a second season for the Dynamite series sees revelations to the prehistoric setting's crashes with modern times and armies of mer-people. Co-creator Frank Cho talks to CBR about "Jungle Girl."
CBR News talks to Ron Marz about his three-year exclusive contract with Top Cow, where the writer will be continuing his run on “Witchblade,” as well as writing a number of upcoming creator-owned books.
"For what they have done, they must pay the ultimate price." Marvel Comics has released a trailer for "Ultimatum," the upcoming Ultimate Universe event written by Jeph Loeb with artist David Finch.
In a rather eventful column, Augie introduces the newest addition to the Pipeline family, proposes a new idea for a "Modern Masters" series, looks at the latest issue of "Previews," and runs down a list of Comic Fives.
Editor Nick Lowe joins CBR for an X-POSITION free-for-all, answering your questions about all things X-Men and previewing exclusive artwork from "Uncanny" #503 and "Secret Invasion: X-Men" #3.
CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale from DC Comics and Wildstorm this Wednesday including "Trinity" #20, "Final Crisis: Rogues' Revenge" #3, "Final Crisis: Legion of Three Worlds" #2 and more.
Cult occult hero Hector Plasm celebrates the creepier side of All Hallow’s Eve with a compilation of stories celebrating the dead. Writer Benito Cereno talks to CBR about what makes for a true scary story.
Courtesy of Dynamite Entertainment, CBR brings you advance previews of new comics on sale this week including "Zorro" #8 and "Red Sonja: Vacant Shell Black & White Edition."
Inspired by the legend of a human-shaped stain in an asylum basement, Joshua Dysart & Ron Wimberly created for MySpace DHP a strip about their real-life experience in "one of of the most haunted places on earth."