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Call it a tie in a week when an efficient set of purchases has a head-on collision with T'challa at Radio Shack, "When Clark Met Diana," Osborn's briar patch and cliches almost everywhere you look.
Writer Richard Starkings spoke with CBR News about the continuing evolution of his creator-owned Image Comics series "Elephantmen" and March's upcoming one-shot that sets the stage for the future of the title.
Comics veteran Joe Staton spoke with CBR News about his and writer Charles Santino's new adaptation of Ayn Rand's "Anthem," taking over the "Dick Tracy" comic strip in March and his current Archie story arc.
Marvel Comics has released Marko Djurdjevic's cover for "Fear Itself: Spider-Man" along with the miniseries' solicitation info. The series, shipping in May, is written by Christopher Yost with Mike McKone on art.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Uncanny X-Force" #5. Series writer Rick Remender is joined on art by Esad Ribic for "Deathlok Nation" on Wednesday, February 16.
The screenwriters of the incoming Ryan Reynolds actioner will team with Geoff Johns and DC's "Green Lantern" team for five comic prequels to the film shipping day-and-date with digital a month before the movie opens.
Doug Zawisza reviewed "Amazing SPider-Man" #654 and gave the issue 4.5 stars, saying of the latest chapter in "Big Time" "the high-flying, fun-loving, strong-willed Spider-Man I became enamored with as a kid."
Latest volume of "One Piece" sells more than 2 million copies in three days! Details and analysis of Diamond Digital! ComicsPRO annual meeting kicks off today! A look at "Hawkeye: Blindspot"! More!
Marvel Comics has announced that Nick Spencer and Scot Eaton will take over the reins of "Secret Avengers" as the team heads into "Fear Itself," starting with a special #12.1 issue hitting stores in April.
Dynamite has announced a four-issue crossover starring Tim Seeley's popular "Hack/Slash" and Eva, the daughter of Dracula. The series, launching in May, is written by Brandon Jerwa and features covers by Seeley.
The time has arrived for the annual TILTING AT WINDMILLS analysis of the sales numbers for graphic novels in the bookstore market, and the 201 numbers hold a number of surprises as Brian goes more in depth than ever.
"Batman and Robin" writer Peter Tomasi, Grant Morrison's handpicked successor, swung by THE BAT SIGNAL to discuss his plans for the title, adding new bad guys to the Bat-mythos, bringing back classic rogues and more.
This week, Jason Aaron explains why he's perfectly happy to be writing "Wolverine" alongside "Scalped" and why he feels corporate vs. creator owned comics is the wrong battle to choose in today's comics industry.
CBR caught up with "Dollhouse: Epitaphs'" Jed Whedon and Maurissa Tancharoen for a quick chat about the Dark Horse one-shot shipping in March and what readers will and won't see in the forthcoming miniseries.
Valentine's Day comes early with this week's LINE IT IS DRAWN. Our group of artists have drawn your favorite comic book characters in a series of drawings inspired by classic romance films - all based on you suggestions!
Steve Niles has been a vocal proponent of creator-owned comics. This week he kicks off a new column on ROBOT 6 spotlighting creator-owned comics and those who support the need for more creator-owned books.
"DV8" artist Rebekah Isaacs talks about her first creator-owned book from 12 Gauge Comics, her messy layouts and working with her boyfriend, writer Jon Price. She also brought along from "Magus" #2.
Marvel has released solicitation info for "FF" #1, featuring Spider-Man joining the surviving members of the Fantastic Four as a member of The Future Foundation with mystery members and new costumes.
Marvel has announced "Avengers Academy Giant-Size" #1, an 80-page original story by Paul Tobin and David Baldeon with a cover by Ed McGuinness. The oversized one-shot hits in May.
The greatest logos have an impact on readers, are instantly recognizable and stand the test of time. Legendary letter and logo designer Todd Klein chooses his favorites in a special feature for CBR.
"Spider-Man" musical producer responds to critical thrashing! Gareb Shamus talks conventions, end of "Wizard"! Archie's digital strategy! Joe Hill talks "Locke & Key" TV series!
Writer Joe Harris will team with comics' most popular visitor from the planet Drakulon for the first time in Dynamite's just-announced "Vampirella and the Scarlet Legion" miniseries, debuting in May.
DC Comics has announced a six-issue tie-in to the upcoming "Batman: Arkham City" video game. Scripted by game writer Paul Dini and illustrated by concept artist Carlos D'anda, the series launches in May.
Inside you'll find the sales estimates for comics and trade paperbacks for January 2010 with Marvel's "Fantastic Four" #587 easily topping a weak month of monthly comic sales and "Jack of Fable" leading TPBs.
It's New Comics Day in the States, and CBR has more than 70 previews of new titles on sale today from Marvel Comics, DC Comics, Dark Horse, Image Comics, BOOM! Studios, Oni Press, Dynamite, Archaia and more!
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Justice League: Generation Lost" #19 by Judd Winick and Joe Bennett. The next chapter in Max Lord's resurrection hits Wednesday, February 9.
Join X-POSITION this week as Kathryn Immonen vamps things up in "Wolverine and Jubilee" and we learn just how "wrong" certain storylines can be in different states. All this plus exclusive art!
Augie has some thoughts on the recent sell-out of Comic-Con International ticket, the joys of Stan Sakai's "Usagi Yojimbo" artistry, Marvel's growing of lots of spines and Image's unpublished hardcovers.
CBR News spoke exclusively with author Kurtis J. Wiebe about "Green Wake," the new Shadowline miniseries illustrated by "Cowboy Ninja Viking" artist Riley Rossmo about a mysterious town with no way out.
The voice of Lois Lane, Christina Hendricks will be attending the sold out February 14 world premiere of Warner Bros. Animation's "All Star Superman" at The Paley Center for Media in New York.
CBR News spoke with series artist Georges Jeanty about illustrating the "Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Season 8" finale, from thumbnails to pencils and working with inker Andy Owens and colorist Michelle Madsen.
Legendary underground cartoonist Joyce Farmer spoke before an audience of fans about her new graphic novel, the autobiographical "Special Exits," her beginnings as an alt-comic book creator and more.
Marvel Comics has released an advance look at "Captain America" #615.1, a specially produced jumping on issue by Ed Brubaker and Mitch Bretiweiser. The issue, with a cover by Daniel Acuña, hits stores March 9.
DC Comics has provided CBR with advance looks at two comics hitting the stands on February 9 -- "T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents" #4 by Nick Spencer, Cafu and George Perez and "Titans" #32 by Eric Wallace and Fabrizio Fiorentino.
Jeff Lemire's graphic novel axed in first round of Canada Reads debates! Ticket sales begin for New York Comic Con! A closer look at January comic sales! Geoff Johns talks process! Plus more!
Marvel has released a Red Skull themed teaser for the "Fear Itself: Book of the Skull" one-shot by Ed Brubaker and Scot Eaton along with the statement "Find Out How It All Begins."
Last week, CBR's review staff weighed in on nearly two dozen new comic releases including "Superboy" #4, "Witchfinder: Lost and Gone Forever" #1, "Captain America: Hail HYDRA" #2, "Secret Six" #30, "Kato Annual" #1 and more.
Top Cow and Comic Book Resources have teamed up to serialize the first issue of Josh Fialkov and Rahsan Ekedal's horror comic "Echoes" online through CBR's ROBOT 6 blog.
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Adventure Comics" #523, written by Paul Levitz and featuring art and cover by incoming artist, Phil Jimenez. The issue hits stores this week, February 9.
This week, Tim continues THE DAREDEVIL DIALOGUES with Ryan K. Lindsay. In part 3, they talk about the topic everyone has been waiting for: Frank Miller's Daredevil. Is it really as good as its reputation?