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Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale next Wednesday including "Agents of Atlas" #1, "Astonishing Tales" #1, "Black Panther" #1, "Secret Warriors" #1, "War of Kings: Darkhawk" #1 and more.
CBR Reviewer Benjamin Birdie brings you a second review of DC Comics' "Final Crisis" #7 by Grant Morrison and Doug Mahnke, saying the issue "tells a story of weight and balance" and "delivers a satisfying conclusion."
In celebration of its 35th anniversary, DC’s classic sword and sorcery series of seventies, “The Warlord,” returns this April with creator Mike Grell back at the helm. He spoke in-depth with CBR News about the auspicious project.
A rainy day is rarely much fun, but it can be far worse when your business involved paper collectibles and the roof decides to let the water come inside to get dry, as Jud found out on one disasterous New Year's Eve day.
John Mayo crunches the numbers for the Top 300 Comics & Top 100 Trades for December, 2008. Marvel took the top spot with "Secret Invasion" #8, while DC Comics debuted at #2 with "Final Crisis" #5.
Things go well with psychic spies, Latino heroes, legendary writers, ancient villains, forgotten stories and more, including the tragic end of "Final Crisis," a good look at "Buckaroo Bonzai" and more.
CBR's Greg McElhatton turns in an advance review of "Scott Pilgrim Vs. The Universe," giving the long-awaited Bryan Lee O'Malley graphic novel an incredible 4.5 stars, saying it's the "most nuanced volume to date."
Artist Sean Murphy (“Off Road”, “Batman/Scarecrow: Year One”) talks about his work on “Hellblazer" and how he came to terms with the book's graphic horror. Murphy also tells CBR News about future projects.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "Invincible Iron Man" #10 by Matt Fraction and Salvador Larroca, on sale February 4 in comics stores everywhere.
The lawsuit over Stan Lee and why it's bad for us all; hats off to Russ Heath; 1000 reviews in 1000 days, week one; plus Patrick McGoohan, what to do about Diamond, the DVD of the week, political tidbits and tons of other notes.
This week, Tim steps back and takes a look at "Final Crisis" #7 in relation to the epic mini-series as a whole, discusses what it is about the story that really matters, and puts the entire Multiversal event into a celebratory perspective.
With the first chapter of the long-awaited "Character Assassination" arc on sale now, CBR News speaks with "Amazing Spider-Man" writer Marc Guggenheim about penning the next great Spidey epic.
CBR Reviewer Chad Nevett turns in a 4-star review of "Final Crisis" #7, saying the long-awaited conclusion may not have been "what people expected or wanted, but that’s only because Grant Morrison decided to give us something better."
Top Cow has unveiled the 25 retailers participating in its Let Us Win You Over initiative, whereby the publisher will give away new comics every month, starting with "The Darkness" #75
As DC Comics' Faces of Evil campaign continues, CBR takes a look at the toughest mercenary there is, Deathstroke: the Terminator, who returns in the new one-shot, "Faces of Evil: Deathstroke," on sale now.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR brings you an exclusive first look at Ron Lim's variant cover for "Skaar: Son of Hulk" #8. UPDATED with full color version!
CBR talks to Ben Templesmith about IDW’s “The Presidents of the United States,” which features portraits by the artist of America’s 44 Commanders in Chief.
Writer Brandon Jerwa brings CBR readers an exclusive page-by-page commentary of Dynamite's "Highlander Origins: The Kurgan" #1, featuring the cult classic screen villain from "Highlander."
It's new comics day in the USA, and CBR brings you more than fifty previews of books on sale right now from publishers including Marvel, DC, Wildstorm, Dynamite, Image, BOOM!, Dark Horse and more.
At first all we knew was "Mark Waid is Evil." Now we know why -- news has begun to spread that Waid is penning a new super heroes series for Boom! called "Irredeemable." ROBOT 6 has the early details.
Cartoon Network has provided CBR News with a clip from the January 30th episode of "Batman: The Brave and the Bold" called "Journey to the Center of the Bat!" featuring the introduction of The Atom to the B&tB universe.
In this week's all-new X-POSITION, superstar writer Peter David gives non- spoilery answers to your questions about shocking revelations of “X- Factor” #39, plus a peek at issue #40!
DC Comics has released advance looks at new books on sale this week including a new issue of "Batman" and the conclusions of "Final Crisis" and "Final Crisis: Revelations." - UPDATED with more previews!
What does Roy Lichtenstein's art have to do with the Obama poster we discussed last week? You might be surprised. Plus, thoughts on the big news of the week along with the death of a quirky trades paperback theme.
Courtesy of Aspen, CBR brings you exclusive previews of "Aspen Showcase: Ember" and "Shrugged" Vol. 1, both on sale this week. Aspen also shares its plans for New York Comic Con.
CBR's Chad Nevett turns in an advance review of "Captain America" #46, saying - - without spoiling anything -- that Ed Brubaker & Steve Epting depict "the shocking return of a character you never thought you’d see again!"
Jerry Holkins a.k.a. Tycho talks to CBR News about his and Mike Krahulik's superlative webcomics series "Penny Arcade," the Penny Arcade Expo, New York Comic Con and more.
The artist behind Dynamite's capes-meets-cannibals miniseries, "Super- Zombies," explains the process of designing the players as envisioned by writers Marc Guggenheim & Vince Gonzales.
With "Northlanders" #14 on sale this week, creator Brian Wood goes in- depth with CBR about the hugely acclaimed Vikings series, discussing his research, creative process, and what fans can look for next.
Writer Mike Johnson expands the mythos of Fox’s hit TV series while telling the backstory of the insanely brilliant Walter Bishop and the enigmatic William Bell in a six-part "Fringe" miniseries from Wildstorm.
ROBOT 6, CBR's comics news blog, has details of a new lawsuit brought by the shareholders of Stan Media against Marvel, Stan Lee and former Marvel Studios CEO Avi Arad, seeking $750 million in damages.
New Republic journalist Michael Crowley and "Shooting War" artist Dan Goldman invite readers to relive the twists and turns of the 2008 presidential contest in "08: A Graphic Diary of the Campaign Trail," on sale this week.
CBR's Greg McElhatton turns in a 3.5-star review of "Green Lantern" #37. saying the issue features "that moment that everyone has been waiting for, as four of the different Lantern Corps finally collide."
CBR News speaks with writer Brian Michael Bendis about Normon Osborn's plans for the New Avengers, and what part Luke Cage has to play in facilitating the former Green Goblin's Dark Reign.
More on Diamond's distribution changes and what it means for mid-level publishers, the missing dialog from "Doctor Who," Simon Bisley on "Gears of War," the swipe file, Obamamania and much more in LYING IN THE GUTTERS. -- Updated!
We talk to Pat Croce about Zenescope’s “No Quarter,” the latest in the entrepreneur’s pirate brand, which also includes the Pirate Soul museum in Florida and an upcoming big-budget Blackbeard film.
Justin & Brian examine what it means to see a hero fall, as well as what it might mean when a hero brings about his own destruction, and check in on the war between the Justice Society and the Troika’s villains.
Courtesy of Dynamite, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale this week including "Garth Ennis' Battlefields: Dear Billy" #1, "Terminator: Revolution" #2 and "Xena Vs. Army of Darkness: What, Again?" #4.
Check out "Strangeways" today! Maxwell, Gervasio & Jok's post-Civil War era graphic novel being serialized on Robot 6! The frontier is a dangerous place, made even more so by creatures neither man nor beast!
Courtesy of BOOM! Studios, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale this week including "Zombie Tales" #10, "Galveston" #3 and "Hero Squared: Love & Death" #1 from J.M DeMatteis and Keith Giffen.