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A bunch of big stories this week, including Bendis & Millar's behind-the-scenes involvement on the "Iron Man" film, a Quesada drawn "Doctor Stwange" cover (that's no typo), Alan Moore's "BJ and the Bear," Old Man Logan and much more.
Radical's second title, "Caliber," retells the Arthurian legend as an American Western, with the Knights of the Round Table as gunfighters and Excalibur as a magical six-shooter.
Courtesy of Dynamite, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale this week including "The Man With No Name" #1, "Savage Tales" #7, "The Boys" #18, and more.
Justin Eger and Brian K. Eason, authors of CBR's T-MINUS, bring you an in-depth look at "DC Universe 0," and it may portend for "Final Crisis" and other books throughout DC Comics.
George Khoury's Land of Lost Stories presents the story behind the unfinished "Punisher: Rules of the Game" graphic novel by Gregory Wright and Jim Lee in this week's edition of POP!
CSBG's countdown of the Top 100 Comic Book Runs as chosen by you is complete, so check out the list to see who took the top spots and where your favorite books landed.
CBR's Nationwide coverage of Free Comic Book Day took place on Saturday, with 17 correspondents reporting from 9 cities around the United States! Check out all the FCBD fun on CBR Live!
UPDATED 4:33 PM MST: We're continuing to bring you live coverage of the Image founders signing at Atomic Comics in Phoenix, AZ with Erik Larsen, Jim Lee, Rob Liefeld, Todd McFarlane, Whilce Portacio, Marc Silvestri and Jim Valentino.
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale next week, May 7th, including "Dynamo 5 Annual" #1, "Jack Staff" #16, "Pretty Baby Machine" #1 and more.
CBR News talks to writer Rob Williams about the upcoming Dark Horse miniseries, “Indiana Jones and the Tomb of the Gods,” how it fits into the Indy timeline, and what guest stars fans can expect.
CBR will celebrate Free Comic Book Day in grand fashion tomorrow, live from the Image Founders signing at Atomic Comics in Phoenix, plus reports on CBR Live from 17 correspondents in nine cities!
A couple of week's back, Erik's friend Chris Eliopoulos says to him, "There's a lot of guys in this industry that are scared to meet you." Erik finds that to be a little odd and takes a moment to explain why you shouldn't be scared.
With "Noble Causes" #33 on sale now, creator Jay Faerber joins CBR for an in- depth commentary of the issue, which sees the popular Image superhero title change direction and give new readers a place to jump on.
We've got some legal legends for you this week, with items on Rob Liefeld's "Fighting American" and Marvel's "Micronauts." Plus, who is the mysterious Conjura, and why are her powers exactly the same as Zatanna's?
Later this year, popular “DarkChylde” creator Randy Queen returns with an all- new character in “Starfall,” a sci-fi adventure from Top Cow. CBR News spoke with Queen about the project.
The countdown of the Top 100 comics runs as chosen by you has reached #3! Check out Comics Should Be Good's master list to see where your favorite books ranked.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale next week including “Cable” #3, “Invincible Iron Man” #1, “Iron Man: Viva Las Vegas” #1, “Logan” #3, “Young X-Men” #2 and more.
BOOM! Studios Month continues as Michael Alan Nelson, Steve Niles and Tom Peyer join Robert for a REFLECTIONS roundtable about their work on “Cthulhu Tales.”
Despite the ghosts of comics past, the week wins on the basis of two surprise purchases, including a bilingual family reunion, a deluge of martial arts action and Frost Noble with a soul patch.
MySpace Comic Books has published an exclusive first look at pages from "Trinity" #1, the first issue of DC Comics' new weekly series by Kurt Busiek and Mark Bagley.
What happens when a bottom rung stage magician finds himself in a crazy realm where magic is very real? What doesn’t happen? Joe Casey and Andy Suriano answer those questions and more in Image's "Charlatan Ball."
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you a first look at "Mighty Avengers" #13, a "Secret Invasion" tie-in by writer Brian Michael Bendis and artist Alex Maleev, on sale next week.
At the LA Times Festival of Books, Cecil Castellucci, Jaime Hernandez and Joe Matt held a panel about comics' long march to mainstream acceptance, discussing their own bodies of work and the industry as a whole.
This summer, the “New Ways to Die” storyline finds Spider-man at odds with three familiar foes and one new one -- Anti-Venom. CBR News spoke with “Amazing Spider-Man” editor Stephen Wacker.
CBR's Timothy Callahan checks in with a review of the .50 cent priced "DC Universe" #0, by writers Grant Morrison and Geoff Johns, that sets the stage for "Final Crisis" and much more. What did he think? Read on to find out.
A potpourri, including the problem with late comics, the real status of creators in the new indie comics, assessing "Countdown," suffering through remakes, plus comics reviews, "Southland Tales," on the road with John McCain and other culture notes.
IDW Editor-in-Chief Chris Ryall invites CBR readers on a tour of the publisher's new offices in San Diego, where they work on such projects as "30 Days of Night," "The Transformers," "Locke & Key," "Fallen Angel" and "Star Trek."
It happened to Batman, Superman and Spider-Man, to name a few. A classic origin going back 70 years, writer Mark Andrew Smith has made the death of superheroes' parents the key to saving humanity in “Kill All Parents."
In “Thor: Ages of Thunder,” in stores now, Matt Fraction and Patrick Zircher offer readers an epic tale of the Thunder God’s violent past. CBR News spoke with both creators about the one-shot.
DC imprint WildStorm Productions is running wild on MySpace while the wily veteran Stan Lee pulls a Dale Carnegie by winning friends and influencing people on the nation’s most trafficked website.
EW.com premiered this morning a first look at Anti-Venom, a new villain being introduced to Spidey's world in August's "The Amazing Spider-Man" #568 by Dan Slott and John Romita, Jr.
If you haven't yet been to the comics store or read Grant Morrison and Geoff Johns' "DC Universe" #0 -- in stores now -- you may want to heed this BIGGEST SPOILER WARNING EVER.
Augie De Blieck Jr. wraps up his coverage of New York Comic Con 2008 with lots of pictures and stories of Kids Day, Fanboy Funk, Empty Con Floors and Japanese Pop Culture, all in this week's edition of PIPELINE.
The coming months will test the New Warriors’ mettle and their solidarity. CBR spoke with writer Kevin Grevioux about his plans for the series, which include a two part “Secret Invasion” tie-in arc.
Courtesy of Image and Active Images, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "Elephantmen: War Toys" #3 by Richard Starkings and Moritat, on sale this week.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR brings you exclusive preview pages from "Giant-Size Astonishing X-Men" #1 by writer Joss Whedon and artist John Cassaday, on sale May 21.
Courtesy of Radical Comics, CBR brings you an exclusive 11-page preview of "Hercules: The Thracian Wars" #1 by Steve Moore and Admira Wijaya, the first offering from the new publisher.
CBR's John Mayo works up the estimated sales figures for the Top 300 Comics & Top 100 Trades for March, 2008. "Dark Tower: The Long Road Home" came in at #1, while the top TPB is "Batman: Killing Joke Special Edition."
IDW Publishing has announced that they have acquired the rights to the hit movie Galaxy Quest, and will be releasing a 5-issue limited series based on the property later this year.
Scalped and Ghost Rider scribe Jason Aaron sits down with CBR News to discuss his take on John Constantine in Hellblazer and other new projects including a stint on Black Panther.