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CBR's Greg McElhatton reviews "Dark Avengers" #14 by Brian Michael Bendis and Mike Deodato and gives the Sentry-centric "Siege" tie-in chapter 3.5 stars, saying, "I must admit that I'm impressed; it's...a tense, creepy issue."
Dan Didio, Jim Lee and Geoff Johns – three of the biggest names in comics and now the executive staff in charge of DC – and EVP of Marketing John Rood talk first with CBR in a full interview about leading DC in comics and other media with no fear in 2010.
From a 1930s serial-inspired design to a story setting Green Hornet and Kato up against the worst corruption the era had, Matt Wagner and John Cassaday combine to make "GH: Year One" more than a mere action throwback.
A winning way for best laid plans when Dr. Doom's machinations lead to war, the Prince of Power surprises, Jericho Drumm goes out strong and Wade Wilson decides to take Manhattan in a week of comics that wins in spite of itself.
Doug Zawisza reviewed this week's "Green Lantern" #51, giving the Geoff Johns penned Blackest Night tie-in 3.5 stars, saying that "[Doug] Mahnke is doing a great job delivering jaw-droppingly creepy art for...'Green Lantern.'"
Image Comics has released cover art and solicitation information for new comics on sale in May, 2010, including "Sam & Twitch: The Writer" #1 & 2, "Choker" #4, "Chew #11, "Image United" #5, "Invincible" #73 and more.
The “Afro Samurai” writer and producer spoke with CBR about reuniting with Samuel L. Jackson for “Cold Space,” the BOOM! Studio title debuting in April, and revealed new details about the much-anticipated series.
First Second launches "real-time historical" webcomic about Iran! Mark Millar talks "Kick-Ass" and creator ownership! Author angered by online copying of her books! Plus, wanted: Venom symbiote store-robber!
CBR rounds up the first reactions from the creators, retailers and editors who know Dan Didio, Jim Lee and Geoff Johns best, from what they feel that these new hires will mean for DC to what advice they give the trio on day one.
Newly-minted Co-Publishers Dan Didio and Jim Lee and new Chief Creative Officer Geoff Johns release their first words on their new gigs as does DC Entertainment head Diane Nelson.
DC Comics has just announced that the search for a new publisher is over. Jim Lee & Dan DiDio have been named Co-Publishers, with Geoff Johns to serve as Chief Creative Officer. We have the latest details.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "New Avengers" #62 by the creative team of Brian Michael Bendis, Stuart Immonen and Daniel Acuña. The issue hits stores next Wednesday, February 24.
How many Deadpools are too many? The writer of "Deadpool Corps," Victor Gischler, knows the answer. Plus, get an exclusive peek at Dave Johnson's upcoming "Corps" five-cover connecting spread!
Brandon Jerwa and Michael Avon Oeming land on the same page to create a kung-fu kicking, Alex Toth-inspired version of the classic Red Circle vigilante the Fox in the co-feature pages of DC Comics' "The Shield" series.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "DoomWar" #2 by the creative team of writer Jonathan Maberry and artist Scot Eaton with a cover by John Romita Jr. The issue hits stores March 17.
Image has provided CBR with a first look at cover artwork and solicitation information for new comics shipping in May, including the first two issues of "Sam & Twitch: The Writer," "Shadowhawk" #1, "Image United" #5 and more
"Witchblade" writer Ron Marz spoke with CBR News about his upcoming plans for Aphrodite IV, the green-haired android assassin that returns to Top Cow's flagship series for a three-issue arc starting is issue #134.
ROBOT 6 spoke with marketing director Chip Mosher about BOOM! Studios' newest imprint, BOOM! Town, which will publish and market "literary comics," merchandise and selectively reissued acclaimed, out-of-print work.
Brea Grant, who played Daphne on "Heroes," and her brother Zane team up for their first comic book project, a zombie apocalypse set in the 1920s. CBR spoke with the writers about "We Will Bury You," debuting next week from IDW.
The artist joins Warren Ellis for an "Astonishing X-Men" miniseries that mixes an expressive African setting with an intense scifi mystery while also preparing to share his feature film directorial debut with fans.
Disney Book Group loses its U.S. publisher! A roundup of Steve Geppi lawsuits! Louisiana comic shop to close! Interviews with Azzarello, Benjamin, O'Neill and more! Plus, a glimpse behind the scenes of "Chew"!
In part three of STORMING HEAVEN, "Siege" writer Brian Michael Bendis joins CBR for page by page commentary on all the action, excitement, and carnage readers saw in issue #2 of the event mini-series.
It's New Comics Day here in the United States, and CBR has over forty-five previews of titles hitting stores today from Marvel, DC Comics, Image Comics, Vertigo, Dark Horse, BOOM! Studios and more!
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "The Outsiders" #27 by writer Dan DiDio and artist Don Kramer with a cover by Philip Tan. The issue hits stores on Wednesday, February 17.
The Force is strong at New York Toy Fair as a brand new wave of vintage--style original Star Wars Trilogy figures is set to descend upon fans, including the first rocket-firing Boba Fett and a monstrous AT-AT.
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."