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In "X-Men: Legacy" #211, a new storyline finds Xavier on a quest to reclaim his lost past by seeking out those who knew him as a child. We speak with Mike Carey and preview all-new artwork from "Sins of the Father."
In the first of a new series of monthly series of questions asked by readers, Comics Should Be Good answers the query, "What ongoing series would you recommend to new readers?" Check out what the team had to say.
Courtesy of Dabel Brothers Publishing, CBR brings you an advance look at "Dean Koontz's Frankenstein: Prodigal Son Vol. 1" #1 by Chuck Dixon and Brett Booth, on sale this week.
A brief visit from the rain couldn’t keep fans away from the Northwest's largest comics convention last weekend, with thousands of fans gathering at Emerald City ComiCon. We've got a wrap up of the event with loads of photos.
Dark Horse introduced the new “End League” artist at ECCC, and made announcements and updates on projects including "Hellboy," "Umbrella Academy," "Rex Mundi," the work of Rrobert E. Howard and more.
Rich has word on a new Garth Ennis horror series, Mark Millar’s “Kick-Ass” going into pre-production, loads of news and notes out of the Bristol convention, Bob Kane’s personal Batman comics collection and more in LYING IN THE GUTTERS!
While some American fans visited the Emerald City Comicon, CBR's James Hunt checked out England's Bristol Comics Expo, attending the Eagle Awards and checking in with Dave Gibbons, Vertigo and more.
With Kurt Busiek and Bill Willingham, DC head honcho Dan DiDio spoke to readers about big event books, grimness, and late books in an informal Sunday Discussion panel.
There's more "Heroes" for Sale, on the page and on the screen, said the artist at his spotlight panel at Emerald City ComiCon, where he answered fans' questions about "Captain America: White" and more.
"Star Trek: The Next Generation" star and blogger extraordinaire Will Wheaton read excerpts from his latest book at the Emerald City ComiCon, reminding fans of the power of fanboys.
Oni Press and creators Greg Rucka, Bryan Lee O'Malley and Jim Massey gathered in Seattle to discuss new comics and film projects, including the “Scott Pilgrim” movie and Rucka’s new “Stumptown” series.
Superstar writer J. Michael Straczynski spent Sunday at the ECCC, announcing to fans his involvement in a "Lensman" movie, hinting at future plans with DC Comics and much more.
Courtesy of Dynamite, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale this week including "Project Superpowers" #3, "Zorro" #3, "Brothers In Arms" #1 and "Red Sonja" #33.
The first ever Seattle DC Nation yielded some interesting info, such as a "yes" to a Batwoman series, Peter Pan's "Fables" status and a Lex Luthor / Swamp Thing team-up.
The Mondo Marvel panel at ECCC was filled with lots of laughs, a few (false) tears, and the shocking revelation of Brian Bendis’ bathroom reading habits.
Richard Starkings, Jay Faerber and Robert Kirkman tease a variety of upcoming Image Comics projects (complete with massive art gallery), all from the comfort of a couch.
Lots of new books on Top Cow’s slate, including the second Pilot Season slew of titles, this summer's "Broken Trinity" event and...another Darkness video game?
CBR News has learned that comic book great Gene Colan was hospitalized this past week due to various health complications resulting from liver failure.
With "Speed Racer" in theaters this weekend, George Khoury takes a look at the exciting life of Speed Racer's creator and his greatest creation - the story of Tatsuo Yoshida and "Gatchaman!"
Atomic Comics owner Mike Malve stops by to tell CBR readers what happened after the Image Founders signing on FCBD, plus we've got a new gallery of pics from the event and...the most collectible set of plates ever?
It was a busy week on the editorial side that saw Keith Giffen return to column duties and reviews for big releases like "The Invincible Iron Man" #1, "Secret Invasion" #2, "House of Mystery" #1 and more.
Courtesy of Image, CBR brings you advance looks at five new books on sale next week including "Casanova," "PvP," "Screamland," "True Story, Swear To God" and an exclusivei> look at Ryan Ottley's "Death Grub" #1.
With Tony Stark burning down the box office and Marvel's "The Invincible Iron Man" #1 on sale now, series writer Matt Fraction joins CBR for an in-depth commentary of the Salvador Larroca-illustrated book.
Writer Charlie Huston and artist Jefte Palo depict a classic Wolverine doing what he does best in the one-shot, “X-Force Special: Ain’t No Dog,” and we spoke with Huston about the project.
Keith Giffen returns to share his thoughts on "Brave and the Bold," 1960s comic book dialog, what "Countdown" was counting down to, cholesterol drugs and a list of apologies in advance of July's "Ambush Bug: Year None."
Vince Colletta was one of comics' most prolific inkers, but he's also one of the most vilified and maligned figures in the industry. Is this deserved or does time erase bad memories? Erik Larsen looks at Colleta's work in this week's ONE FAN'S OPINION.
Dark Horse has released images and solicitation information for comics and products on sale in August, 2008, including "Mister X: The Archives," the Buffy tarot deck, the "Umbrella Academy" Ltd. Ed. HC and more.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR brings you an exclusive first look at Gabriele Dell’otto's cover of "Ultimate X-Men" #97, as well as a special teaser from series editor Bill Rosemann.
Brian Wood's indie hit "Demo" is returning to print courtesy of Vertigo, and the author talks in-depth with CBR News about the landmark title, offering new thoughts on the controversial final issue, and teases Vertigo's all-new "Demo Volume Two."
Did Dick Giordano bring Steve Ditko to DC Comics, or was it the other way around? Did Legion fans really go to Jim Shooter's house to beg him to return? And who signed a million-dollar contract only to die before spending any of it?
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you advance looks at 22 new comics on sale next week including "Genext" #1, "Guardians of the Galaxy" #1, "Wolverine" #6, "X-Men: Legacy" #211 and more.
The unofficial "Secret Invasion" day here at CBR comes to an end with a bang as we bring you an EXCLUSIVE look at Steve McNiven's variant cover for "Secret Invasion" #3.
CBR News attended the first Graven Images: Religion in Comic Books and Graphic Novels Conference to hear what James Sturm, A. David Lewis, Steve Ross and others had to say about the role of faith in comics.
A hard-fought win of a week with billionaire bad boys doing it well plus stupidity with Skrulls, 1930s gangster surprises, space religion, surprise power returns and more lunacy in Hannibal Tabu's THE BUY PILE..
With “Secret Invasion” #2 in stores now, writer Brian Michael Bendis returns to CBR News for a page-by-page discussion of the best-selling Marvel Comics event. MAJOR SPOILER WARNING!
Courtesy of Zenescope, CBR brings you an advance look at the "Tales from Wonderland: The Mad Hatter" one-shot by Ralph Tedesco and Joe Dodd, debuting May 30 at WW Philadelphia.
Comics fans love to tell the pros how it should be done, so Virgin and MySpace gave them a chance to do just that. CBR spoke with Mike Carey about the resulting Coalition Comix project, “Queen’s Rook,” now available online.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR brings you a first look at "Secret Invasion: Fantastic Four" #1 by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa and Barry Kitson with covers by Alan Davis and Mike McKone, on sale next week.
Marvel's big summer cross-over moves forward with the release of "Secret Invasion" #2 today. How was it? CBR Reviewer Timothy Callahan checks in with his thoughts on the issue.
"Secret Invasion" is firing the imaginations of Mike Carey, who spoke with CBR about his short story in "Secret Invasion: Who Do You Trust?" and previewed first look Cary Nord artwork from "Secret Invasion: X-Men."