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Courtesy of Aspen, CBR brings you an advance look at "Aspen Showcase: Benoist" #1 by writer JT Krull and artists Micah Gunnell & Rob Stull with covers by Gunnell and "Legion of Super-Heroes" artist Francis Manapul.
With the epic "All Star Superman" concluded with this week's issue #12, CBR News sat down with artist Frank Quitely to discuss his hugely acclaimed work with Grant Morrison on the best-selling DC Comics series.
CBR News spoke with Marvel's VP of Merchandising & Communications Mike Pasciullo to learn what was behind the "Secret Invasion" TV commercial and if we should expect more.
Writer Greg Pak answers your questions about revisiting Magneto's origin while combining historical facts from one of history's grimmest events in the five- issue Marvel Knights mini "X-Men: Magneto Testament."
With the hardcover edition of "Local" released this week, artist Ryan Kelly shares some insight into his and Brian Wood's acclaimed project, discussing his artistic approach and the challenges of aging a character over 10 years.
"Gray Horses" and "Salamander Dream" cartoonist Hope Larson talks to CBR about "Chiggers," her ambitious summer camp graphic novel, as well as her evolving art and her next project.
In this week's Pipeline, Augie gives you an in-depth guided tour of his new bookcase, filled to the brim with trades, hardcovers, and memories. Also, a look at the state of comic book movies twenty years ago. Very little has changed.
Bumbler, loser, fool. Yet he committed one of the most horrifying acts in the history of superhero comics. CBR brings you the birth, life and many deaths of the notorious Doctor Light, who wasn't always so notorious.
Courtesy of Image, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale this week including an exclusive preview of "War Heroes" #2 by Mark Millar and Tony Harris, plus peaks at " "Dead Space" and "GÃ¸dland."
The auction to restore the boyhood home of Superman co-creator Jerry Siegel has added items from David Letterman and Stephen Colbert, as well as Matt Wagner, Paul Dini, JH. Williams III and much more.
Marvel will promote "Secret Invasion" tonight with television ads airing during the minor league baseball championship on ESPN2, beginning at 8:00PM EST, and will call for viewers to "embrace change."
Available exclusively on Marvel Digital Comics Unlimited, the weekly "Iron Man: Fast Friends" and "The Incredible Hulk: The Fury Files" tie-in directly to their heroes' respective feature films.
Courtesy of IDW Publishing, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "Star Trek: Assignment Earth" #5, concluding writer/artist John Byrne's first Star Trek miniseries for the publisher.
Marvel has released images and solicitation information for new comics on sale in December, 2008, including new issues of "Amazing Spider-Man," "Uncanny X- Men," "Dark Tower," "The Stand" and much, much more.
On tour in support of his latest thriller, "The Book of Lies," novelist and comics scribe Brad Meltzer fights for Superman's legacy and teases his new TV show on a stop in MIchigan, and CBR News was there.
Rich follows up on the big news from last week concerning the pulping of "All Star Batman & Robin" and discovers two more books which have been pulped, plus changing photos in the "Iron Man" film and much, much more.
DC Comics has released images and solicitations for new comics and products on sale in December, 2008, including the latest from "Final Crisis," "Watchmen," "Batman: R.I.P.," "Superman" and much more.
Two mythical monsters -- one beastly, one sexy -- go toe-to-toe in a battle of unlikely enemies in "Yeti Vs. Vampire" by Miles Gunter & Kelsey Shannon. We spoke with Gunter about the anarchic return to fun comics.
It's a siege on Castle Branek when the Trinity brings the fight to the Troika with the help of their friends the Titans, Teen Titans and the Outsiders. Justin and Brian look at "Trinity" #15 to bring you all the details.
Marvel has provided CBR with advance looks at new X-Men comics on sale in December including "X-Men: Kingbreaker" #1, "Uncanny X-Men" #505, "Wolverine" #70 and much more.
Comics Should Be Good wants your questions for "Amazing Spider-Man" editor Steve Wacker. Now's the chance to ask anything about Spidey so get your questions in by September 21!
We take a look back at the books the CBR Reviews team read this past week, plus give you updates on some cosmetic changes and new additions we've made around the site.
Gary Phillips is back, giving you a tour of the Los Angeles locales his "High Rollers" mini-series takes place in. Today, we visit South Los Angeles and look at graphitti in Ballona Creek.
Courtesy of Dark Horse, CBR brings you an advance look at "Conan The Cimmerian" #3 by Tim Truman and TomÃ¡s Giorello and Richard Corben with a cover by Frank Cho, on sale next week in finer comics stores everywhere.
In this first part of a new feature, CBR talks to Marvel Comics Executive Editor Axel Alonso about the mysterious role of editors in the comics industry, and about his career highlights and what he looks for in new talent.
Writer Paul Cornell talks to CBR about his series' most recent revelations (and resurrections), and teases "Hell Comes to Birmingham," the new arc that kicking off in "Captain Britain & MI:13" #6.
In anticipation of next week's release of the hardcover collection of "Local," writer Brian Wood shares with CBR readers the origin of his and Ryan Kelly's acclaimed Oni Press series, discussing its themes, goals, and influence on his newer work.
This week in CBULR, one of the most egregious swipe files you've ever seen! We also ask the question, did Michael Golden leave comics because he killed a man? Plus the true name of Snapper Carr, and where it came from.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale next Wednesday including "Secret Invasion: Thor" #2, "The Age of The Sentry" #1, "X-Factor" #35, "Incredible Hercules" #121 and more.
Hip deep in his first solo arc, "Red Sonja" writer Brian Reed catches up new readers on how death and resurrection has changed the She-Devil with a Sword, and teases the mystery of The Blood Dynasty.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "Uncanny X-Men" #502 by Matt Fraction & Ed Brubaker and Greg Land, on sale next week in comics stores everywhere.
Sometimes the best and easiest way to deal with miscreants isn't through the use of force and violence but through respect and understanding...even when we're talking about the real world and not comic book universes.
Limited Soles has announced a deal with DC Comics to create limited edition runs of Superman, Batman and Joker sneakers, which will be available only through online channels.
Another big winner with Skrulls in San Francisco, Lanterns chasing a death threat, Brubaker getting his noir on, Jonathan Hickman doing it again and the triumphant return of Wade Wilson.
In anticipation of next week's release of "Broken Trinity" #2, Top Cow is giving CBR readers the chance to catch up on the miniseries with the complete issue #1 by Ron Marz, Stjepan Sejic and Phil Hester.
Editor Dan Nadel talks to CBR about the new Fantagraphics retrospective "Where Demented Wented," examining the work of the influential and occasionally maligned cartoonist Rory Hayes.
The stage is set for one of the biggest clashes the Marvel Universe has ever seen in "Secret Invasion" #6, on sale now. Brian Michael Bendis walks us through the issue page-by-page and hints what's to come next.
Steven Grant takes you on a journey through the worlds of some classic comics, from names like Charles Biro, Jerry Grananetti, Joe Kubert and Ed Brubaker? Yup, all that and more in this week's PERMANENT DAMAGE!
Dark Horse has released solicitations for new comics and products on sale in November, 2008, including new issues of "The Goon," "Buffy," the debut of "Hellboy: The Wild Hunt" and the return of Mister X.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of next week's "Mighty Avengers" #18 by writer Brian Michael Bendis and illustrator Khoi Pham with a cover by Marko Djurdjevic.