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Courtesy of Dark Horse, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Buffy The Vampire Slayer" #36 by Joss Whedon and Georges Jeanty with covers by Jeanty and Jo Chen. Spike returns next Wednesday, September 1!
CBR News spoke with writer Jonathan Hickman and VP Executive Editor Tom Brevoort to learn more about "Three," the upcoming story-arc that will claim the life of one of Marvel's first family.
Courtesy of Top Cow, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Magdalena" #2 by writer Ron Marz, artist Nelson Blake II and cover artist Ryan Sook. This issue hits stores Wednesday, September 1.
In the first of three videos, Marvel Comics EiC Joe Quesada answers fan questions about possible plans for "Runaways" comic projects, plans for the mystic corners of the Marvel U and the possibility of a thrice-monthly Avengers title.
Greg McElhatton gave DC Comics' "Legion of Super-Heroes" #4 a 4-star review, saying that the team of Paul Levitz, Yildiray Cinar and Francis Portela, saying, "This is the "LoSH" that I was waiting for."
Things go all right this week, despite a truck full of comics disappearing somewhere along the side of a dusty road, with Aaron Stack making a return that's less "triumphant" and more "acceptable."
Eric Trautmann, the latest writer to take Vampirella under his wing, spoke with CBR about the assignment, teasing a bit about his first arc and the plans he has for the femme fatale from the planet Draculon.
CBR reviewer Chad Nevett gave "Batman" #702 a 3.5 star review, saying that the final piece of "Batman R.I.P." by Grant Morrison and Tony Daniel "provides some key elements for Morrison’s ongoing Batman story."
About Comics publisher Nat Gertler discusses “Salimba,” a new collection of works from the late Steve Perry with art by Paul Chadwick and a new prose tale with illustrations by Steve Bissette.
Marvel has released an advance look at "Ultimate Comics Mystery" by Brian Michael Bendis and Rafa Sandoval with a cover by J. Scott Campbell. The mystery continues to unfold September 22.
Marvel has provided CBR with an exclusive preview of "Avengers: The Children's Crusade" #2 by Allan Heinberg and Jim Cheung with a Travis Charest variant cover. Magneto takes center stage next Wednesday, September 1.
Image and comiXology have released a new App dedicated to the publisher's imprints and titles, available now on the iTunes store for use with the iPod Touch, iPhone and iPad. ROBOT 6 has the details.
Rick Remender and artist Jerome Opena kick off their new ongoing series "Uncanny X-Force" in October. CBR News spoke with Remender about the individual cast members of the book and his plans for the series.
Walter Koenig, the actor best known for playing Chekov on "Star Trek," is returning his pen to comics, scripting the post-apocalyptic vampire tale "Things To Come" and resurrecting his '90s superhero series "Raver."
Aspen Comics has provided CBR with an exclusive extended preview of "Fathom: Blue Descent" #1 by writer David Schwartz and artists Alex Sanchez & John Starr. The next chapter in Mike Turner's Fathom hits September 1.
Our monthly column with "Chew" writer John Layman continues as we discuss "Chew" #13, the book's Eisner victory, the developing television adaptation and the hilariously gross concept of fricken, or chog, if you prefer.
Up and coming artist Chrissie Zullo spoke with CBR about crafting covers for the just collected "Cinderella: From Fabletown with Love," being discovered at CCI and her first interior art gig in "Madame Xanadu" #26.
With the reign of Emperor Napoleon XII finished, what threats remain for the Socialist Republic of Britain? Bryan Talbot spoke with us about "Grandville Mon Amour," his alternate history tale populated by talking animals.
Marvel has released an advance look at "Black Widow" #6, the first issue by the new creative team of Duane Swiercynski and Manuel Garcia with covers by J. Scott Campbell and Travel Foreman. The issue hits September 22.
Judd WInick spoke with CBR News about the second act of his bi-weekly series "Justice League: Generation Lost," hinting at what's still to come in the hunt for the man who no longer exists, Maxwell Lord.
Barnes & Noble loses big in first quarter! "Paprika" director Satoshi Kon passes away! Manga publishers offer scanlation alternatives! A look at fall comics releases! Plus, is Archie Comics really out of touch?
For this week's THE LINE IT IS DRAWN, participants combined the worlds of comics with Saturday morning cartoons, resulting in match ups that include Captains America & Caveman, Muppet & X-Babies and more.
It's New Comics Day in the States, and CBR has more than fifty previews of new titles on sale today from Marvel Comics, DC Comics, Dark Horse, Image Comics, BOOM! Studios, Dynamite, Top Cow and more!
Hot off a #1 sales debut for his new "X-Men" series, writer Victor Gischler and CBR discussed mutants and vampires, taking cues from the fans, Wolverine vs. Jubilee and fandom crossover with his crime novels.
Augie travels back in time to Marvel's "Infinity Gauntlet" days, reliving his comics youth and finding early reaction to the story from the internet at the time. Plus, reviews of "Mesmo Delivery" and "Scratch9" #1.
In anticipation of this week's release of "Invincible Volume 13: Growing Pains" by Robert Kirkman and Ryan Ottley, Image Comics has provided CBR with the first full issue in the collection.
Inside you'll find the sales estimates for comics and trade paperbacks for July 2010 with "X-Men" #1 topping the monthly charts and "Scott Pilgrim" handily atop the trades rankings.
We spoke with Dark Horse's Scott Allie and IDW's Chris Ryall about last week's announcement that "Angel" will be returning to Dark Horse in late 2011 and what this means for the character's future with both publishers.
BOOM! Studios has released an advance look at Stan Lee's "Soldier Zero" #1, created by Lee, written by Paul Cornell with art by Javier Pina and covers by Dave Johnson, Phil Noto and more. The issue hits stores in October.
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Detective Comics" #868 featuring Batman versus a city full of Jokers. The issue, by David Hine and Scott McDaniel, hits stores tomorrow, August 25.
In the first of a two-part interview, Stuart Moore spoke with ROBOT 6's Tim O'Shea about his past as an editor on titles including "Preacher," "Alias," and more, transitioning to a freelance writer and more.
Marvel Comics has released a new advance look at "Thor" #615 by the incoming creative team of Matt Fraction and Pasqual Ferry with covers by Ferry and Joe Quesada. The God of Thunder strikes on September 22.
Last weekend, the marquee show of the Wizard World tour hit the Chicago suburbs, and CBR was there to talk with talent, retailers and con organizer Gareb Shamus about the changing show, Rod Blagojevich and more.
Marvel Comics has released an advance look at "X-Force: Sex & Violence" #3 co-written by Christopher Yost and Craig Kyle with art and cover by Gabrielle Dell'Otto. The series concludes September 22.
Dynamite Entertainment has announced that Greg Horn will be painting variant covers for upcoming issues of "Green Hornet" and has provided CBR News with an exclusive first look at them.
More details have emerged about Cartoon Network’s "Young Justice" animated series including the fact that the show takes place on Earth 16, placing it firmly in DC Comics' continuity. SPINOFF has the details.
Image has released artwork and solicitation information for new comics on sale in November, including new issues of "The Walking Dead"," "Morning Glories," "Spawn," "Orc Stain" and more.
Private practice physician turned comic creator Ed Park spins a tale of life extension based on real science and gave CBR a taste of the trials and tribulations involved in turning out a homegrown graphic novel.
Last week, CBR's review staff covered twenty new comics, including "Ex Machina" #50, "New Avengers" #3, "DV8: Gods and Monsters" #5, "Avengers Academy" #3 and a 4.5 star review for "Brightest Day" #8.
DC Comics has released a preview of "Superman/Batman" #75 featuring an all-star list of talent including Joe Kelly, Frank Quitely, Francis Manapul, David Finch, Paul Levitz and others. The anniversary issue hits August 25.