EXCLUSIVE: Lemire, Ramos Launch "Extraordinary X-Men" Post-"Secret Wars"
Showing results 29346-1 of 1
With the hardcover volume of "The Lone Ranger Vol. 2: No Lines Crossed" on sale now, Dynamite offers CBR readers a full chapter of the Brett Matthews & Sergio Cariello series.
With the first deluxe hardcover volume of "Jungle Girl Season One" on sale now, Dynamite Entertainment offers CBR readers a full chapter of the Frank Cho series co-written by Doug Murray with art by Adriano Batista.
Courtesy of BOOM! Studios, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale next week including "Farscape" #1, written by Rockne O'Bannon & Keith R.A. DeCandido with artwork by Tommy Patterson.
Courtesy of Image, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale next week including an exclusive preview of "Guerillas" #3 with story and art by Brahm Revel.
Comics Should Be good has published the master list of the top 100 comic book battles as chosen by you. Check out the list, read the commentary, and enjoy your own battles with fellow readers.
Ed Clayton's unlikely crusader returns to comics in 2009 with “Dr. Grave and the Carnival of Blood,” and the first issue is free.CBR spoke with Clayton about the new series and other incarnations of evil.
The third "Project Superpowers" spinoff dives into the history of heroes while reinventing a leggy bombshell into a mysterious crimefighter. Cover artist and series mastermind Alex Ross talks to CBR News about "Masquerade."
Beware the full moon in January, because Marvel's most famous werewolf is back courtesy of MAX Comics and Duane Swierczynski. We spoke with the writer about the character that introduced him to comics.
October & November were good sales months for Brian Hibbs -- has December been faring as well? Plus, an examination of Marvel's $3.99 price increase and what it all really means for the future of comics sales and trade collections.
John Mayo crunches the numbers for the Top 300 Comics & Top 100 Trades for November, 2008. Marvel took the top spot with "Ultimatum" #1, while DC Comics debuted at #2 with "Batman" #681.
This week: the startlingly comprehensive history of Jugghead Jones' famous headgear, more John Byrne legends not having to do with bitterness and loathing, and more "fake" members of the classic Marvel bullpen!
In anticipation of the film adaptation of "Watchmen," award-winning retailers Carr D’Angelo & Atom! Freeman re-read and provide commentary on the Alan Moore & Dave Gibbons classic, starting with chapter one.
The writer behind Dynamite's horror/western series speaks to CBR News about bringing the mysteries and misery held within his first original concept to life in "Dead Irons," with art by Jae Lee and Jason Shawn Alexander.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale next Wednesday including "Thor" #12, "New Avengers" #8, "Nova" #20, "Patsy Walker: Hellcat" #4, "Runaways" #5 and more.
Street Fighter fans will want to pull themselves away from the new games to find out what UDON's Ken Siu-Chong and Omar Dogan have to say about Chun-Li's origin in "Street Fighter Legends: Chun-Li."
Courtesy of Aspen Comics, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "Soulfire: Shadow Magic" #1 by Vince Hernandez and Sana Takeda with covers by Takeda and Billy Tan, on sale now.
Everyone has that first love, be it their first car, the first time they saw Star Wars or good old Cindy Warnerson from fourth grade. But some are a lot easier to get over and forget about than others.
Wipe out as an ill-conceived prank centers a week of tales of adequacy, with Norman Osborn taking over, Blythe getting her wings in "Air," some surprises from Aspen and more.
With the first Definitive Edition hardcover volume of "The Boys" in stores now, Dynamite Entertainment offers CBR readers a full chapter of the hit Garth Ennis & Darick Robertson series.
CBR has no less than eight reviews of new comics on sale this week, including a rare five-star review, this time for Brian K. Vaughan & Tony Harris' "Ex Machina" #40. Check it out along with notes on "Invincible Iron Man," "Terra" and more.
In this second roundtable interview with the creators of Image's new Man Of Action imprint, Joe Casey grills Steven T. Seagle & Marco Cinello about their new project, "Soul Kiss."
Dark Horse releases “Rex Mundi” #15 this week, catapulting Dr. Sauniere, Genevieve, Isabelle, and the Duke of Lorraine toward their final fates. Arvid Nelson tells us what's next and updated the movie.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR News brings you an advance look at next Wednesday's "Ultimate Spider-Man" #129, by Bendis & Immonen, featuring the return of Ultimate Spider-Woman!
Bruce Wayne is missing and presumed dead, but is there another Batman waiting in the wings? One choice is Dick Grayson, Nightwing. We bring you a two-part look at the life of Grayson, potential successor to the Bat.
This week: Wither 2008, Whither 2009: a brief look into the near-past and near-future of comics; more sounds of the season; another nightmare on Wall Street; plus the Comics Cover Challenge (redux edition) and other notes.
CBR News talks to writers Leah Moore & John Reppion about IDW’s “Doctor Who: The Whispering Gallery,” featuring art by Ben Templesmith and a story about a planet where emotions are outlawed.
Top Cow announced today that fans clamoring for the return of the Hunter-Killer and Cyberforce will finally get their wish when the publisher launches Cyberforce/Hunter-Killer, a monster crossover written by Mark Waid.
After last week's When Words Collide look at collected editions, this week Tim turns his attention to the best original material of the year, and starts counting down his personal picks for the Top Twenty Comic Books of 2008.
The prolific Matthew Sturges speaks with CBR News about the end of “Blue Beetle,” the start of “Run!,” and what’s coming wicked to Fabletown in a "Fables" / "Jack of Fables" crossover. Plus, "House of Mystery!"
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "Ultimatum" #2 by Jeph Loeb and David Finch & Danny Miki with covers by Finch and Ed McGuinness, on sale December 24.
Justin Shady imagines a species simply too lazy to live in “Missing The Boat,” an all-ages graphic novel from Shadowline that explains what happened to the creatures that didn't make it in time to catch Noah's Ark.
In stores now is "Uncanny X-Men" #505, the second issue of Terry Dodson's first arc of the popular Marvel title. We spoke with the artist about his work on the book, his collaboration with Matt Fraction, and his artistic process.
CBR Reviewer Chad Nevett takes a look at BOOM! Studios' latest title, "The Remnant." Created by Stephen Baldwin and Andrew Cosby with art by Julian Totino Tedesco, Nevett says the debut issue is "a generic yet entertaining thriller."
Baby villains, anti-superhero squadrons and the all-new Gen14 beset Wildstorm's signature teenage team in ravaged earth that is World's End. To learn more about "Gen13," CBR News spoke with writer Scott Beatty.
It's new comics day in the USA, and CBR brings you more than fifty previews of new books on sale from Marvel, IDW, Dark Horse, Dynamite, Image, BOOM!, Vertigo, Wildstorm and DC Comics.
Image Comics has released graphics and solicitation information for new books on sale in March, 2009 including new issues of "Madman," "PopGun," "Age of Bronze," "Spawn," "Dynamo 5" and much more.
CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale from DC Comics, Vertigo and Wildstorm this Wednesday including "Hellblazer" #250, "DCU Holiday Special 2008," "Supergirl" #36 and more.
Axel Alonso, Nick Lowe and the editors of Marvel’s X-Men books answer your questions and reveal the mystery commodity of Frost International. Plus exclusive art from all across the X-Men line!
The Merc with a Mouth tangles with Norman Osborn's new team of operatives in "Magnum Opus," a crossover between "Deadpool" and "Thunderbolts." We spoke with Daniel Way about the story. Also, Bob.
Everyone remembers "The Authority." Augie looks back on the two years' worth of comics that preceded it this week, with Warren Ellis' "StormWatch." How does the series that made Ellis a star hold up, 12 years later? Pretty well.