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This week, Augie enjoyed Kazu Kibuishi's "Copper" and lets you in on why it's so good for all ages. Plus, its the return of "One-Liners," with thoughts on the Captain America brouhaha, Todd McFarlane art, the iPad and more.
DC Comics has released solicitation information and images for new comics and products shipping in May 2010, including "Brightest Day" #2, "The Return of Bruce Wayne" #1, "Absolute All-Star Superman," I, Zombie" #1 and more.
The Life of Agony/Spoiler NYC musician releases his first horror comic series in April through IDW Publishing. CBR News spoke with Alan Robert about "Wire Hangers," which he wrote, illustrated, and pitched on Twitter.
Writer Mark Schultz has revealed to CBR that by his own choice, his run on "The Spirit" will last only three issues, but that still gives him enough time to play with some of Will Eisner's toys and bring some new ones to the sandbox.
Courtesy of IDW Publishing, CBR presents a preview of "Angel" #30, by writer Bill Willingham and artist Brian Denham with covers by Jenny Frison and David Messina. The issue hits stores this Wednesday.
All of the X-Men get together from Wolverine to Colossus to even Magneto as the hints to the heart of Marvel's upcoming X-Event roll on thanks to the paints of artist Daniel Acuña.
Artist Ben Towle spoke with CBR about working with writer Sarah Stewart Taylor on their new biographical graphic novel of America's most famous aviatrix from the Center for Cartoon Studies, "Amelia Earhart: This Broad Ocean."
Marvel has released images and solicitation information for new comics on sale in May 2010, including "Avengers," "Astonishing X-Men," "Captain America," "World War Hulks" and more.
In "Astonishing Spider-Man/Wolverine," Jason Aaron and Adam Kubert send the heroes on a strange journey across the Marvel U. We spoke with them about the project, part of Marvel's new "Astonishing" comic line.
DC Comics has released a five page preview of the Wednesday, February 16th shipping "Justice League of America" #42 by James Robinson and Mark Bagley and we have a look at it for ya!
Author James Patterson partners with IDW Publishing! Dissecting those BookScan figures! Commentary on the Handley case! What "matters" to comics readers! Plus, still more on the Captain America controversy!
Last week, CBR's review team looked at twenty new comic book releases including "Muppet King Arthur" #1, "Ultimate Comics Spider-Man" #7, "Daytripper" #3, "Punishermax" #4, "Batman and Robin" #8 and more.
New York's Toy Fair continues on with Mattel unveiling the expansion of their popular DC Universe Classics and Justice League Unlimited lines as well as new figures that cross over the DCU and Masters of the Universe.
Bruce Wayne may have prepared Dick Grayson for his eventual turn wearing the cowl of The Dark Knight, but writer/artist Tony Daniel has putting the former Boy Wonder through the paces in the pages of "Batman."
Tim takes a brief diversion from Bendis' "Daredevil" in order to travel back in time and look at another groundbreaking Marvel run dealing with the strange goings-on in Hell's Kitchen: Steve Gerber's "Omega the Unknown."
Marvel's toy universe grows by leaps and bounds, as Hasbro unveils their 2010 lineup at the New York Toy Fair with new Iron Man movie figures, classic "Secret Wars" throwbacks and ultra cute Super Hero Squad figures & more.
Image Comics Publisher Eric Stephenson, "Spawn" creator Todd McFarlane and others spoke with CBR News about Image Firsts, the publisher's upcoming wave of re-released first issues priced at a mere $1.00 a pop.
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents an exclusive 5-page preview of this week's "Azreal" #5 featuring Ragman, written by Fabian Nicieza with art by Ramon Bachs and John Stanisci and a cover by Francesco Mattina.
Comics sales rise, if barely, in January! Is Amazon the world's best graphic-novel store? Stan Lee's lawyers sue ... Stan Lee! What far-right bloggers say about Captain America-Tea Party controversy! Plus much more!
Marvel will make 2010 a year for reader-friendly miniseries by high-profile creators with "Astonishing Spider-Man/Wolverine" by Jason Aaron & Adam Kubert and "Astonishing X-Men" by Warren Ellis & Kaare Andrews.
Marvel has released images and solicitation information for new X-Men comics on sale in May 2010, including "Second Coming - Revelations: Hellbound" #1, "Second Coming - Revelations: Blind Science" #1 and much more.
Dynamite has released a new Alex Ross painted teaser image for the third issue of Kevin Smith's new Green Hornet series with an ominous quote that reads "Three will Live! - One will Die a Hero's Death!
Scott Tipton and Elena Casagrande describe the process behind adapting one of Joss Whedon’s most tragic "Angel" episodes, "A Hole In The World," to an IDW comic, from nailing the characters to making the dialogue sing.
Courtesy of Dynamite Entertainment, CBR presents a preview of Garth Ennis and PJ Holden's World War II adventure, "Battlefields: Happy Valley" #3, on sale February 17.
Michael May gives George O’Connor's new book 5 out of 5 "giant one-eyed monsters," saying it "perfectly walks the microbe-thin line between faithfully retelling the myths and embellishing them for...entertainment."
Marvel has released solicitation information for Ultimate Comics shipping in May 2010, including "Ultimate Comics Spider-Man" #10, and "Ultimate Comics New Ultimates" #2.
Dark Horse has provided previews of titles on sale this week, including the first issue of Torajiro Kishi's "Devil" and the "Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic" #50 finale!
Join Danielle as she celebrates her two-year anniversary of Manga Before Flowers, taking a respite from looking at manga for a week and focusing on how her COMICS SHOULD BE GOOD stint began!
Image Comics has provided CBR with advance looks at new comics on sale February 17, including "Astounding Wolf-Man" #21, an exclusive preview of "Chase Variant" by former CBR columnist Rich Johnston, and more!
Marvel is gearing up for their next cosmic comics event with "The Thanos Imperative: Ignition," a one-shot by Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning that kicks it off in May. ROBOT 6 has more.
BOOM! Studios has provided CBR with advance looks at new comics on sale February 17, including "Die Hard: Year One" #6, "Farscape" #4, "Incorruptible" #3, "The Incredibles" #5, and more!
Marvel has released a total of six teasers for their upcoming "Secret Avengers" title! Join the gang at CSBG and make your guesses for each of the half-dozen characters in the secretive new lineup.
WizKids/NECA announce a new collector's set for their superhero tabletop game that will be on sale at Comic-Con International, featuring movie versions of the popular characters from Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons comics classic.
CBR News spoke with script writer John Jackson Miller and artist Omar Francia about "Mass Effect: Redemption's" success so far and Dark Horse provided us with an exclusive preview of issue #3.
Courtesy of Dynamite Entertainment, CBR presents an exclusive First Look at John Cassaday's cover for Matt Wagner and Aaron Campbell's second issue of "The Green Hornet: Year One."
Marvel Comics has released a late-Friday afternoon sixth teaser for "Secret Avengers," featuring a male figure shrouded in black accompanied by the quote "I lead by example," suggesting that he is the head of the new team.
Marvel's Heroic Age will bring a whole new set of challenges for it's inhabitants; challenges that the Fantastic Four are ready to meet head on. We spoke with "Fantastic Four" writer Jonathan Hickman about his plans for the series.
Courtesy of Top Cow, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Magdalena" #1 by writer Ron Marz and artist Nelson Blake II, featuring a cover by Ryan Sook. The first issue of the new series hits stores in April, 2010.
When is a movie tie-in comic not a movie tie-in comic? What's the difference between Sauron, a vampire and a werewolf? What do you get when you mix Wally Wood, EC Comics and X-Rated humor? Get the answers in this week's CBLR!
Peter Tomasi moves to an all-new Guy Gardner ongoing titled "Green Lantern: Emerald Warriors" while "Green Lantern Corps" comes into the hands of "R.E.B.E.L.S." writer Tony Bedard featuring...Green Lantern Ganthet?