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This week, Marvel Editor-in-Chief tackles the status of several series that have gone M.I.A. like 'Runaways' and 'Newuniversal' while highlighting an exclusive look at some sexy violent 'X-Force' art along the way!
Chad Nevett reviews the latest chapter in the career of the new Batwoman, giving "Detective Comics" #857 four stars while stating that the series "continues to thrill with bold, inventive art."
Fresh off her Eisner Award nominated debut graphic novel, “Slow Storm,” Danica Novgorodoff speaks with CBR News about her new graphic novel from First Second Books, "Refresh, Refresh."
Image has released cover art and solicitation information for new comics on sale in December, 2009, including "Image United" #2, "God Complex" #1, "Tank Girl: Dark Nuggets" #1, "Chew" #7 and more.
A question about the Comics Code, Green Lantern/Green Arrow and drug use leads to a very Deadman-centric edition of Comic Book Legends Revealed, featuring the talents of Neal Adams, Jack Kirby and more!
With "World War Hulks" coming up fast, CBR News spoke with writers Greg Pak and Fred Van Lente about their plans for the the next generation of Hulks and how they'll tie into the upcoming event.
Leaked letter reveals scanlation site wants to partner with Viz Media! Should Disney have bought Dark Horse instead? Things may be looking up for Spider-Man musical! Plus, a look back at CrossGen!
Courtesy of Radical Publishing, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of the first issue of Rick Remender's "The Last Days Of American Crime," due in stores his December.
Courtesy of Top Cow, CBR brings you an exclusive first look at the Marc Silvestri cover for "Pilot Season: Demonic," written by Robert Kirkman, illustrated by Joe Benitez and co-created by Kirkman and Silvestri.
The Eisner Award winning writer shares details about his roster in "Justice League of America" and why superheroes like Cave Carson, Doctor Mid-Nite, Plastic Man and The Flash may be taking their turns for monitor duty too.
Five comics participate in a meritocracy to make it home with Jessica Drew's soul searching, John Raymond broadcasting, Richard Ryder taking control, Amadeus Cho figuring it out and best of all ... Dog Brother Number One!
CBR's James Hunt gives the oversized final issue of Mark Millar and Steve McNiven's "Old Man Logan" tale four stars, noting that the epic storyline has been the "comic book equivalent of an action movie."
CBR speaks with the writers behind Dynamite's upcoming 'Complete Alice In Wonderland' to talk mad tea parties, die-cut covers, classic illustration and befuddling poetry, along with an exclusive first look at the book's art.
Comic book legal expert Michael Lovitz reveals the issues surrounding the heirs of Jack Kirby's attempt to reclaim Marvel characters, from who created what to why it's different than the Siegel & Schuster suit over Superman.
CBR's Doug Zawisza reviews the first issue of the latest version of the Man of Steel's origin and states that, despite his initial misgivings, he's "definitely in for the full run here," giving the comic a four star rating.
The current volume of “Agents of Atlas” wrapped with issue #11, but the team isn't going anywhere. CBR spoke with Jeff Parker about his plans for the team which begin in a limited series with the X-Men and grow from there.
Joss Whedon's immensely popular Dark Horse published "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" comic series will continue on as "Season 9" once the current "Season 8" wraps up in late 2010. ROBOT 6 has the details...
Image has provided CBR with a first look at cover artwork and solicitation information for new comics shipping in December, including ""God Complex" #1, "Tank Girl: Dark Nuggets" #1 and more.
Boom! Studios' "Muppet Peter Pan" #1 hits stores today, starring Kermit the Frog as the boy who refuses to grow up. CBR spoke with the creative team of Grace Randolph and Amy Mebberson about the four-issue miniseries.
CBR News sits down with the comic's creator, Robert Venditti, for an in-depth conversation about the origins and journey of "The Surrogates," from conception to printed comic book to a movie starring Bruce Willis.
Acclaimed writer, Phil Hester, takes control of the 'Project Superpowers' flagship hero and continues the character's adventures as "Black Terror" goes monthly, bringing new heroes and big villains along for the ride.
This week: the revenge of Jack Kirby, and why bad business practices of the '60s could make Marvel and Dsiney's lives interesting; mail; plus Massachusetts break-ins, lots of other notes and a new Comics Cover Challenge
Courtesy of Top Cow Entertainment, CBR brings you a exclusive first looks at "Cyberforce/Hunter-Killer" #2 by Mark Waid and Kenneth Rocafort, due in stores September 30.
Paul Pope, who wrote and illustrated an Adam Strange strip for the weekly series, explains how he channeled Steve Ditko and Carl Jung to tell his story, and Mark Chiarello joins us with some final thoughts on “Wednesday Comics.”
CBR's Timothy Callahan reviews the Matt Fraction scripted "Dark Reign: The List - X-Men" one-shot from Marvel and determines that "when you rely on the artistry of Alan Davis, it's hard to go wrong."
Boom! Studios has released a piece of cover art by John Cassaday, along with the information that it is for a new upcoming but as yet unnamed series to be written by the company's Editor-in-Chief, Mark Waid.
CBR's Doug Zawisza gives the debut issue of Jeff Parker and Steve Lieber's "Underground" four stars, stating that it is a title that will "make you think, make you question and make you care."
Cassie Hack and Vlad have just learned the truth about their war against Slashers in “Hack/Slash,” and CBR spoke with Tim Seeley about those revelations as well as what the future holds for the title.
CBR News catches up with Matthew Sturges and Freddie E. Williams II, the writer/artist team that will be bringing "JSA All-Stars" to comic books stores in December.
The editors of "One Model Nation," the upcoming Image Comics graphic novel by writer C. Allbritton Taylor and artist Jim Rugg, discuss their involvement with the book and what fans can expect this October.
"Thor" adds two to its cast. "Watchmen" Ultimate Cut details. Actor seen in full "Priest" costume. All this, plus Rob Liefeld stoked for "Deadpool," "Xombie," and more.
Yaoi Press publisher arrested on federal fraud charges! Details on the Disney-Marvel negotiations! Who will be the new head of Walt Disney Studios? An SPX preview! Jason Aaron extends "Scalped" contract! Plus, more!
It's New Comics Day in the USA, and CBR brings you over 45 previews of books on sale today from Marvel, Vertigo, BOOM! Studios, IDW Publishing, DC Comics, Oni Press, Dynamite Entertainment and Image Comics.
Oni Press has provided CBR with looks at new comics on sale today, including "Labor Days Vol. 2: Just Another Damn Day" and an exclusive 25 page preview of "Salt Water Taffy Vol. 3: The Truth About Dr. True!"
In this installment of WONDER OF WONDERS, guest writer Robert Jones Jr. takes a look at "Secret Six" #13, it's imagery and underlying themes and what it all means when examined alongside Wonder Woman's mythology.
The X-Men have formed their own nation! Thankfully, Press Secretary Matt Fraction has embarked on a diplomatic mission in order to spend some time with X-Position to answer your inquiries about matters of the state.
Augie takes a look at 'Modern Masters: Chris Sprouse' and learns a lot about its subject. Plus, thoughts on The Kirby Estate's suit against Marvel, the most gratuitous Obama cameo yet, which publisher will sell out next, and more!
The British artist has confirmed he will be drawing “Batman and Robin” #10-12, following up preceding arcs by Frank Quitely, current artist Philip Tan and Cameron Stewart on the popular DC Comics title.
In a follow-up to our earlier story, ROBOT 6 has the details on the Kirby estate's efforts to regain the copyright to Spider-Man. But wait, didn't Ditko draw "Amazing Fantasy" #15? Read on.
A special done-in-one issue of Dynamiite's new "Buck Rogers" series blasts off to bring aboard new fans while classic villains, twisted timelines and antagonistic romance waits in the wings, explains writer Scott Beatty.