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Sit back, folks, it's a long one. This week we have new issues of 'Daredevil', 'Savage Dragon', 'Blue Beetle', and even 'Damage Control.' All that, and a whole lot more.
Courtesy of Dynamite, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale this week including "Army of Darkness/Xena: Why Not?" #1, "Battlestar Galactica: Origins" #4 and more.
Things heat up in Gotham as Justin and Brian bring you up to speed on the latest from "Countdown to Final Crisis" and where it might be headed next.
In this very special interview with Power Pack, the kid superheroes invite CBR News into their space ship Friday for a chat about their new all-ages origin miniseries, "Power Pack: Day One."
Courtesy of Dark Horse, CBR brings you an advance look at April's "B.P.R.D. 1946" #4 by Mike Mignola, Josh Dysart and Paul Azaceta, continuing the story of the paranormal team's first year following the birth of Hellboy.
Courtesy of Image, CBR brings you an advance preview of "Scud" #23 by Rob Schrab, plus first looks at cover artwork for new printings of issues #21 and #22 of the hit indie comics series.
Chuck Dixon won't say who's behind Spoiler's mask, but does reveal that Robin fans will be seeing lots more of her in 2008, and that a "Spoiler" miniseries is in the works, too.
It's an abbreviated column today, but Rich has some great stuff as usual, including a preview of Warren Ellis' script for "Astonishing X-Men: Second Stage" #1!
George takes a look at the beginnings of "The New Mutants" at Marvel -- how they came about, that first graphic novel and artist Bob McLeod stops by to share some memories form those early days. Updated
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you more advance looks at new comics on sale next week including "Black Panther" #35, "She-Hulk' #27 and more.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you advance looks at new Ultimate books on sale next week including "Fantastic Four" #52, "Ultimate Human" #3 and much more.
Canine sidekicks for a Man Without Fear, did Azrael replace Batman for legal reasons and the true creator of Sgt. Rock, all in this week's COMIC BOOK URBAN LEGENDS REVEALED!
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale next week including "New Avengers" #39, "Wolverine: First Class" #1, "Ms. Marvel" #25 and much more.
CBR's John Mayo works up the estimated sales figures for the Top 300 Comics and Top 100 Trades in February, 2008. "X-Force" debuts at #1, whie "The Boys" Vol. 2 tops the TPB charts.
What do you get when you cross a giant evil dragon with a human woman and mix in some teen angst? You get Duncan Rosenblatt, a.k.a Firebreather, the cult fave character whose adventures are going monthly.
Courtesy of Mohawk Media, CBR brings you the first 21 pages of "Mr. T: Limited Advance Edition Graphic Novel," starring and edited by '80s icon Mr. T.
Image has released artwork and solicitation information for new comics and product on sale in June, 2008.
In our final installment, "Incredible Hercules" writers Greg Pak & Fred Van Lente give CBR News the scoop on the central conflict of their "Sacred Invasion" story arc: Hercules's God Squad vs. The Skrull Gods.
Keith's back and he's got a list! Five of 'em, actually! Five words that have overstayed their welcome, Not quite jumping the shart but close, the top comments ever said to him by people who should know better and much more.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you an exclusive first look at "X-Men: Legacy" #209 by Mike Carey and Scot Eaton with cover by David Finch, on sale next week.
Vampires roam the earth, and only one woman can stop them. Who she is depends on whether you're reading "Blood+" or "Buffy." CBR spoke with Dark Horse editors Scott Allie and Philip Simon about both books.
Most superheroes have a secret identity. Gemini's is so secret; even he doesn't know what it might be. Creator Jay Faerber talks to CBR News about his new split-personality hero, Gemini.
In Part IV of our look at "Incredible Hercules," CBR News talk with writers Greg Pak and Fred Van Lente about current and future storylines including "Sacred Invasion" the book's tie in to "Secret Invasion."
While not yet naming names, J. Michael Straczynski told CBR News he will be writing not one, but two ongoing titles for DC Comics with one expected this fall and a second, highly visible book, coming early next year.
It's a good week to enjoy comics as Clark and Bruce bicker, Danny has a plan, Cinderella's got a gun and Checkmate handles business, with a lot more going on. Plus: an anniversary message!
"24Seven" and "NYC Mech's" Ivan Brandon has spent the last few months traveling in South America, where he's been working on Machine Man for Marvel among other projects. We spoke with Brandon about his journey.
CBR News speaks with writer Hans Rodionoff, who sinks his teeth into the upcoming straight-to-DVD "Lost Boys" sequel "The Tribe" and the Wildstorm "bridge" comic book miniseries "Reign of the Frogs."
"Secret Invasion" writer Brian Michael Bendis helps CBR unveil The Fours in the Skrull poker deck, a diverse collection of threats that includes a spy, a god, an insane super villain, and even a Skrull.
Cartoonist Tim Sievert spoke with CBR News about his debut graphic novel, the 112-page "That Salty Air," about a man's rage against the sea, how the book's creation helped Sievert cope with the death of his mother.
Due to voting irregularities, Comics Should Be Good is asking readers to re-vote in their effort to list the Top 100 Comic Book Runs as decides by you! Head on over and be heard!
CBR News talks to Portland Mercury gossip columnist Ann Romano about her comics debut in this month's featured MySpace Dark Horse Presents story, "Ann Romano: Gossip Whore," starring Birtney Spears.
In Part II of our week long spotlight on "Incredible Hercules," CBR News speaks with new series artist Rafa Sandoval, who begins his run with April's issue #116.
This week: Alter Ego and the birth of modern comics, and how we're still paying for it today. Plus Alex Toth comics, a fistful of reviews, mad secrets of the Comics Cover Challenge and more.
Asterix is at the top of this week's Top Ten list, accompanied by books such as The Order, Franklin Richards, Thor, and Batman: The Killing Joke. Quite a mix there.
Marvel has released images and solicitation information for new titles and product shipping in June, 2008.
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "Invincible" #49 by Robert Kirkman, Ryan Ottley and Bill Crabtree.
Avatar Press' Editor-in-Chief William Christensen talks about the free web-comic "FreakAngels", "Gravel" and working with Alan Moore.
"Heroes" star Milo Ventimiglia, Alyssa Milano and writer/producers Mark Neveldine and Brian Taylor discussed at Wizard World LA their upcoming releases "Pathology" and "Game," and CBR was there.
"Wolverine" writer Jason Aaron stops by X-POSITION to answer your questions about the "Get Mystique" storyline and preview exclusive art from "Wolverine" #64.
The New York Center for Independent Publishing held its first annual Splat Graphic Novel Symposium this past Saturday, and CBR News was there. Learn why web comics are better than the Food Network, and why "Good Night, Gorilla" is a modern classic.