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Legendary Spawn creator Todd McFarlane talks exclusively with CBR TV about his long-awaited return to the Image Comics flagship title with this week's "Spawn" #185, and hypes the upcoming 200th issue.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale next Wednesday including "Cable" #8, "Iron Man: The End" #1, "Marvel Zombies 3" #2, "Wolverine: Chop Shop," "X-Men/Spider-Man" #1 and more.
Even stevens as the hammer comes down, girls go mild and Fat Cobra makes his triumphant return, plus "Sword," "Final Crisis: Rage of the Red Lanterns," some "Secret Invasion" titles and lots of unpredictable surprises.
Fan favorite writer J. Michael Straczynski confirms The Shield, The Fly and Black Hood will be the first three Archie Comics superheroes folded into the DCU fabric in the pages of “The Brave and The Bold.”
After years of working in retail, cartoonist Norm Feuti has turned his experience -- funny and sad, bizarre and pathetic -- into the newspaper and webcomics strip "Retail."
CBR reviewer Greg McElhatton looks at "Hellboy: In The Chapel of Moloch," which sees creator Mike Mignola return to drawing Hellboy for this one-shot story, and says it's everything you'd expect from the comic. (That's a good thing.)
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "Invincible Iron Man" #7 by Matt Fraction and Salvador Larroca. On sale November 7, this issue guest-stars Spider-Man!
Five years after its European kick off, John Cassaday and writer Fabien Nury's World War II vampire thriller from Humanoids sees a full U.S. release starting next January courtesy of Devil's Due.
Pricing comics out of the market, counterclaims on the most significant 20 comics in American comics history, the last hurrah of the election season, and lots of short notes in Steven Grant's PERMANENT DAMAGE.
Following news that DC's “Legion of Super-Heroes” will end with #50, writer Jim Shooter confirms he was fired from the book twice and shares what could have been for the title, including the introduction of a new Kryptonian.
Timothy looks back at some embarrassing teenage comic book ideas and invites some of today's most interesting writers to share from their spiral bound notebooks of days past in an introspective and probing WWC.
Todd McFarlane returns to guide his most famous creation as co-writer and inker, promising he and artist Whilce Portacio will deliver big stories and bigger changes beginning in this week's "Spawn" #185.
Creator Tim Seeley talks about the the delay with this week's Re-Animator crossover, his character's guest appearances in two other indie comics, the Scream Awards, and the latest developments on the Hack/Slash movie.
“The Cleaners” have the dirty job of tidying up after grisly crime scenes. But the stars of the new Dark Horse series by Wheaton, Fialkov and Ekedal are driven to use their talents to solve unsolvable crimes.
This February, Marvel Comics launches the next volume of its “Black Panther” series with a new #1 issue and a mysterious new female title character. We spoke with writer Reginald Hudlin about what to expect.
Courtesy of Devil's Due, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "Hack/Slash" #16, guest-starring the Re-Animator in his first comic book crossover. Written by Tim Seely, the book goes on sale this week.
Greg Pak stops by CBR to talk about the unexpected success of “Incredible Hercules” and “Skaar: Son of Hulk," as well as what's coming up in both. Oh, and he also gives a preview of a little new series called “War Machine."
Aspen has released new images and details from the tribute book in honor of the late Michael Turner. Contributors include Alex Ross, Jim Lee, Joe Quesada, Jeph Loeb, Brad Meltzer and more.
Writer Jason Aaron and editor John Barber spill on the new Wolverine miniseries "Manifest Destiny," talks kung fu greatness, and shares a big spoiler! And as always, X-POSITION comes with exclusive artwork!
Joe Casey shares with CBR his pitch for "Executive Power," a Marvel series you'll never see that would've starred the winner of the U.S. Presidential election and depicted his dealings with superheroes.
In this week's column, our newly minted and sleep-deprived dad, Augie, looks back at his first comic shop, his weekly purchase list from nine years ago, and the top 10 new collected editions that were released last week.
"Presidential Material" publisher IDW is auctioning off J. Scott Campbell's now- classic covers to the biographic comics, with proceeds benefitting the Wounded Warriors Project.
CBR Reviews takes an early look at December's "Hexed" #1 from BOOM! Studios. The book marches far a field from the beaten path, finding the hidden supernatural elements. The title offers an original tale unlike any other found on the racks today.
Courtesy of Devil's Due, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale this week including "Zen Intergalactic Ninja" #0, "Sheena: Queen of the Jungle Vol 2; Dark Rising" #1 and "The Haunted Caves."
New publisher Antix Press debuts this weekend at the Alternative Press Expo, offering a trade paperback of Ed Clayton's “Dr. Grave” and a sampler of future series. CBR spoke with Antix Editor-in-Chief Francis Lombard about the new operation.
Marvel Comics has announced a new on-sale date for "Secret Invasion" #8, with the final issue of the Brian Michael Bendis/Leinil Yu event series shipping December 3rd, 2008.
“All Hail Megatron!” writer Shane McCarthy brings the Autobot/Decepticon war to Earth with a bang and scores the first ever comics-to-toy Transformer in the 12- issue IDW series, issue #4 of which is on sale now.
Word of Del Rey possibly scooping up the Dabel Brothers leads this weeks LYING IN THE GUTTERS, plus more "Doctor Who" comics, the ever increasing price of comics, a "Kick Ass" script review, publishers not paying and more.
CBR News talks to writers Marc Bernardin and Adam Freeman about “Genius,” one of the winners of Top Cow’s 2008 Pilot Season competition that will return in 2009 as a new ongoing series.
Learn the history behind each member of the villainous Troika in this week’s “Trinity,” and discover that one of the villains isn’t who you thought it was. Plus: the secret of John Stewart's transformations revealed.
This week sees the release of “Hellboy: In the Chapel of Moloch,” the first full- length Hellboy comic to be drawn by creator Mike Mignola since 2005. CBR spoke with Mignola about the one-shot and the challenges of finding enough hours in the day.
Courtesy of Dynamite, CBR brings you advance looks at new titles on sale this week including new issues of "Red Sonja," "Project Superpowers," "The Boys," and "Garth Ennis' Battlefields: The Night Witches."
George Khoury speaks with director Alex Proyas about his favorite comic book movie, "The Crow," and how he almost didn't finish following the death of Brandon Lee, and the modern classic, "Dark City."
With a Thor feature film apparently on its way from director Kenneth Branagh, which actor do you think should pick up the hammer of Mjolnir and play the Mighty God of Thunder?
The Reuben Award-winning cartoonist of "Rhymes with Orange," Hilary Price talks to CBR about the daily grind of newspaper comics, the inspiration of her pets and killing Santa just in time for the holidays.
Courtesy of Dynamite Entertainment, CBR brings you an advance look at "The Boys" #24 by writer Garth Ennis and artist Darick Robertson with covers by Robertson and Howard Chaykin.
"Star Wars: The Clone Wars" webcomics creator Grant Gould talks to CBR about "Wolves of Odin," his new Super Real Graphics book that sees werewolves duke it out with vikings.
Courtesy of Dark Horse, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "Solomon Kane" #2 by Scott Allie and Mario Guevara, with a cover by John Cassaday and Laura Martin, on sale next week.
Did legendary guitarist Steve Vai compose an X-Men theme song? Did the X-Men appear on television as early as the 1960s? Did Fox's X-Men show premiere before the pilot episodes were even completed?
The absence of new issues of "Final Crisis," "Batman," "Justice League of America," "Final Crisis: Legion of 3 Worlds" hit DC hard in September, and Marvel came out on top with "Secret Invasion" #6.