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Series writer Robert Kirkman and series/layout artist Rob Liefeld provide CBR readers with an exclusive, behind-the-scenes look at the creation process for the first issue of of the highly anticipated "Image United."
Fresh from a trip to Los Angeles, Joe returns to tease his and Brian Michael Bendis' latest round of meetings on Kenneth Branagh's "Thor," give his take on DC Comics' top six showing in the October sales chart, talk back-up features and more.
Fresh from a trip to Los Angeles, Joe returns to tease his and Brian Michael Bendis' latest round of meetings on Kenneth Branagh's "Thor," gives his take on DC Comics' top six showing in the October sales chart, talks back-up features and more.
In the second of a two-part interview, the famed British writer discusses the re-release of "Shade, the Changing Man" and "Hellblazer" and reveals that the man from Meta and John Constantine will be crossing paths once again.
"Dark Wolverine" #80 is in stores today and CBR News spoke with writers Daniel Way and Marjorie Liu about their future plans for the series, including a tie-in with "Siege" and a crossover with "Wolverine: Origins."
The "Image United" writer talked with CBR News about his and Marc Silvestri's takeover of Top Cow Productions' "Pilot Season" and gave us an exclusive preview of "Murderer," which kicks off "Pilot Season" on December 2.
This is the last day to vote for your choices in the Top 100 Comic Book Storyline of All Time poll, so be sure to head on over to COMICS SHOULD BE GOOD today to make sure your voice is heard and your picks are counted!
Jonathan Hickman spoke with CBR about his just-announced ongoing "Shield" series set to launch in April, a sprawling saga that will examine the evolution of a covenant forged in the early days of human history in the Marvel U.
Augie De Blieck Jr. reviews "Powers" #1 this week and gives the issue a 4 star review, saying that "'Powers' returns, and it hasn't lost a step" and that the writing "gives the book heart, as well as an extra layer of tension and complexity."
A very busy James Robinson says he's ready to bring back Vibe in the pages of "Justice League of America" and will attempt to make him not only cool, but scary, even if the character's still wearing a V-neck tank top and sunglasses.
Illustrator Sonny Trinidad passes away! Portland, Oregon: "Comics Town"! The influence, and terminology, of manga -- and more on its exclusion from a "best of" list! Library adds a "junior graphic novel" section! Plus more!
It's New Comics Day here in the USA, and CBR has sixty-five previews of books on sale today from Marvel, DC Comics, Dark Horse, BOOM! Studios, Oni Press, IDW Publishing, Dynamite Entertainment, Image and more.
Announced late this evening, Jonathan Hickman's next Marvel series will chronicle how some of the greatest figures in history worked to protect the Earth from Galactus and other interstellar threats in "Shield."
In this pre-holiday edition of X-POSITION, the writer of "Uncanny X-Men" spoke with CBR News about "X-Men: Second Coming," the future of mutantkind, John Stamos memories, and shared even more exclusive info and art!
Courtesy of IDW Publishing, CBR presents an exclusive 5-page preview of "Legion: Prophets" #2, written by Scott Stewart and Tom Waltz with art by Jose Holder, in stores tomorrow, November 25.
Augie longs for yesteryear as he looks back at the problem with expensive comics in 1995, reminisces briefly about a short-lived comics magazine from this decade, and comments on a couple of interesting Marvel solicitations.
In the first of a two-part interview, the famed British writer, who has a long and winding history with Vertigo, discusses "Greek Street," and reveals details of what's to come in future storylines. Plus, an exclusive look at issue #6.
The CBR Review staff covered eighteen different comics last week, including "Transformers" #1, "X-Men: Legacy" #229, "Irredeemable" #8, "Supergirl" #27, "Phonogram: The Singles Club" #5 and more.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR presents an exclusive first look at David Yardin and Kevin Maguire's variant covers for "X-Factor" #200. The landmark issue hits stores December 16, from writer Peter David and artist Bing Cansino
Courtesy of Image Comics and Rick Remender, CBR presents the "Frankencastle" writer's earlier foray into the world of piecemeal, undead characters with the first issue of "Doll and Creature," available now in a collected edition.
With the series finale hitting stores tomorrow, Paul Jenkins explained to CBR News how his tale of Hulk's upstart son's decision to go toe to toe with Galactus came to be and how it will help lead to next year's "Fall of the Hulks."
CBR spoke with the creative team of the new "Darkstalkers: The Night Warriors" miniseries to find out what's in store for the popular Capcom characters and to share an exclusive look at some of the art for the comic.
"Savage Dragon" creator Erik Larsen talked to CBR about "Dragon War," the upcoming arc that sees Chicago's finest going fin-to-fin with an army of genetically engineered Dragons, and Larsen's not telling who - if anyone - survives.
Reaction to banning of graphic novel in Egypt! More best comics of the decade! Interviews with Farel Dalrymple, George Gene Gustines, Ron Perazza, Kevin Baker, Michael Cho and David Small! Plus more!
Courtesy of Radical Comics, CBR presents an exclusive 7-page preview of "Hercules: The Knives of Kuth" #4, featuring covers by Clint Langley and J.P. Targete, on sale this Wednesday.
Ed Hannigan, one of the artistic mainstays of Marvel's Bullpen of the '70s and '80s, suffers from multiple sclerosis. CBR spoke with Hero Initiative's Jim McLauchlin about Ed's situation and their upcoming "Ed Hannigan: Covered."
As we enter the holiday season and prepare ourselves for the mad dash to the shopping centers, Tim provides the perfect gift guide of comic book collected editions for the most important person in your life: you.
This week's "Incredible Hercules" #138 is part one of the Assault on New Olympus" storyline. CBR News spoke with writers Fred Van Lente and Greg Pak about the arc, which brings Act II of the "Incredible Hercules" saga to a close.
Image partners Todd McFarlane and Robert Kirkman talked with CBR TV about "Image United," McFarlane's self-imposed role as the clean-up artist on the series, what it took to get the Spawn creator on-board with the project and more.
Eisner-nominated artist J. Bone loves drawing DC's "Big 6" every month as the cover artist of the kid-friendly "Super Friends" comic. In February, Bone will mark the title's two-year anniversary by providing the interior art, as well.
Marvel Comics has released the trailer for the third episode of the "Astonishing X-Men: Gifted" motion comic by writer Joss Whedon and artist John Cassaday, available soon through iTunes.
Courtesy of Dynamite Entertainment, CBR presents an exclusive first look at artist Fabiano Neves and colorist Diogo Nascimento's colored interior pages from "RoboCop" #1 by Neves and writer Rob Williams.
With the launch of their new "Prove Bill Wrong!" campaign, Ross Richie and BOOM! Studios hope to inspire retailers to push the growing company into the direct market's top five publisher rankings before the end of 2010.
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR presents an exclusive 9-page preview of "Image United" #1, on sale this Wednesday from Kirkman, Silvestri, Larsen, Liefeld, Portacio, Valentino and McFarlane with a Jim Lee variant cover.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale this coming Wednesday including newly added previews for "Invincible Iron Man" #20, "New Mutants" #7 and more.
Dynamite Entertainment has provided CBR with advance looks at new books on sale this week, including "Queen Sonja" #2, "Buck Rogers" #6, "The Lone Ranger" #17 and more!
Egypt officially bans graphic novel! "Virtual" child porn outlawed in Philippines! What top Marvel executives stand to make in Disney deal! The best superhero comics of the decade! Plus, the depressing state of the anime industry!
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Black Panther" #11 by Jonathan Maberry and Ken Lashley, featuring a throwdown between the new Black Panther and Prince Namor, the Sub-Mariner.
ROBOT 6's Tim O’Shea attended last month's comics art forum at the Savannah College of Art and Design, where artists Sean Murphy and Matthew Bernier spoke to students about their craft.
CSBG introduces it's newest recurring column, SHE HAS NO HEAD!, which kicks off with columnist Kelly Thompson reviewing the first issue of Greg Rucka's new detective series, "Stumptown."