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Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you exclusive first looks at pages from next week's "Annihilation: Conquest" #4 and "The Twelve" #2.
It's Goon month at MySpace Dark Horse Presents, and CBR News talks to Rebecca Sugar and Frans Boukas, the creative team behind "The Goon, Part II: Bogged Down at Bush Street."
In Part Four of our weeklong look at "Captain America," CBR News speaks with writer Ed Brubaker about his work on the top-selling and critically lauded tile and what's next for the new Sentinel of Liberty.
Have a chocolate egg cream as the good goes too fast and everything else fails to impress in a real lightning round of a week.
Marvel Editor-in-Chief Joe Quesada returned to "The Colbert Report" last night to discuss developments in "Captain America," "Secret Invasion" and Stephen Colbert's candidacy for US President ... of the Marvel Universe.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR brings you an advance look at pages from April's hotly anticipated "Secret Invasion" #1 by Brian Michael Bendis and Leinil Francis Yu.
In this first of a massive two-part interview, writer Brian Michael Bendis dishes on "Secret Invasion," the Avengers, and his ever-evolving relationship with fans. Plus exclusive pages from "New Avengers" #38.
Dark Horse editor Randy Stradley is playing the role of Yoda as he guides readers through the year-long, line-wide "Star Wars: Vector" epic event that begins this week in "Knights of the Old Republic" #25.
It's the biggest reunion since last summer's Police world tour. Writer Judd Winick brings the Wolfman/Perez "New Teen Titans" together again for "Titans," and spoke with CBR News about the project.
With the final issue of "Y: The Last Man" on sale this week, series artist Pia Guerra offers CBR readers a special look into the studio in which she completed illustrating the groundbreaking work.
In Part 3 of our weeklong series on "Captain America," CBR News speaks with artist Steve Epting about his lauded work on the top-selling title which this week saw the debut of a new Sentinel of Liberty.
This week Steven catches up on reviews, examines what makes a good first issue (or, rather, what doesn't make one), looks at old newspaper strips, anticipates his $600 windfall, smells an internecine Democratic war bubbling over, and much more
Comics Should Be Good's Greg Hatcher teaches a class in cartooning, and his middle school students have created their own comic to give out at cons. Greg displays these up-and-comers' work, complete with teachers' notes.
After thirty-six weeks of build-up, "X-Men: Legacy" writer Mike Carey is here to answer life and death questions about the big "Messiah CompleX" conclusion.
Courtesy of Avatar, CBR brings you first looks at new comics shipping this week including Warren Ellis' "Black Summer" #5 and "Nacopolis" #1, the new work by Jamie Delano.
CBR's John Mayo has the estimated sales figures for the Top 300 Comics and Top 100 Trades with Market Share in December, 2007. Marvel had the top spot in comics with "Ultimates 3" #1, while Avatar had the top trade for the month.
DC Comics has released preview images from Wildstorm titles on sale in February including "Wildstorm: Revelations" #3, "Astro City: The Dark Age Special" #2, "Gen 13" #17 and "Deathblow" #9
Eisner nominated for "Jack of Fables" and pinch-hitting on DC's "Salvation Run," writer Matthew Sturges tells CBR News if you love giant gorillas fighting to the death, he's got just the book for you.
CBR News chats with Avengers writer Brian Michael Bendis about Steve Rogers' ties to the "New" and "Mighty" heroes, and what the emergence of a new Cap could mean for both teams in the future.
Captain America returns to comics this week and Pipeline has an early review of a comic that's sustained a very good run so far. And with "The Order" cancelled, what book does Augie fear is next? And what could go wrong with Marvel's plans to publish French comic books?
Courtesy of Dynamite Entertainment, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale this week including "Mercenaries" #3 and "Terminator 2" #6.
It's an action packed week in "Countdown to Final Crisis" and Brian and Justin discuss and analyze the goings on, including the debut of a new (old?) character.
In this week's installment, CBR News and Marvel's Tom Brevoort discuss and unveil the Jacks, the next suit of threats to the Skrulls' master plan for "Secret Invasion."
The new superhero stage drama "Save the World" opened at New York's American Theatre of Actors last week, and CBR News was there to find out whether the popular maxim about the cheerleader holds up.
Iron Fist fans will learn more about two enigmatic characters in the February one-shot "Orson Randall and the Green Mist of Death." Writer Matt Faction spoke with CBR about the book and previewed exclusive artwork.
Writer Bill Willingham has unexpectedly left DC's "Salvation Run" with issue #3, turning the title over to "Jack of Fables" co-writer Matthew Sturges. In this exclusive piece, Willingham tells CBR News why.
In anticipation of Captain America's return in this week's issue #34 of the eponymous series, CBR News begins a weeklong look at the Sentinel of Liberty starting with editor Tom Brevoort and an exclusive page from the new issue.
Even with over 25 pages of answers from Marvel EiC Joe Quesada earlier this month, fans still had many unanswered questions concerning "One More Day," and Quesada's back to answer 20 of your questions.
Rich has details of a new Alan Moore project called "Unearthing," word of a new editor for Wildstorm, Frank Cho's very revealing "Ultimates 3" cover and much more in this week's LYING IN THE GUTTERS.
Image Comics has provided CBR News with advance looks at two books on sale this Wednesday, "Suburban Glamour" #3 and an exclusive look at "Proof" #4.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you previews of new comics on sale next week including "Avengers: The Initiative" #9, "House of M: Avengers" #4, "X-Men: Emperor Vulcan" #5 and more.
Todd Allen takes a long look at the performance of publishers in 2007 who aren't DC, Marvel, Image or Dark Horse -- which back of the catalog publisher had the biggest hit in 2007? Who led in graphic novels? Who should be watched closely in 2008? Read on.
George sits down with Greg Preston, author/photographer behind "The Artist Within," a unique book filled with portraits of comic creators in their studios like Jack Kirby, John Severin, Moebius, Alex Toth and many others, and discusses the 15 year journey he took in creating this book.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you previews of new comics on sale next week including "Daredevil" #104, "Fantastic Four" #553, "Mighty Avengers" #8, "Ultimate X-Men" #90 and much more.
Marvel exclusive writer Marc Guggenheim reveals his lineup and the fact that up until he started writing "Young X-Men" #2, the book was slated to be called "New Mutants."
It's all Captain America this week, as Brian details various plans throughout the history of the series concerning Cap's long-time sidekick, Bucky!
"X-Men: Legacy" writer Mike Carey talks with CBR News about his new book, the first to arrive from the joint venture between SCI FI Channel and Virgin Comics, "The Stranded."
Announced today, Marvel will begin publishing some of Europe's most popular comics in a partnership with French publisher Soleil. We've got preview images and details.
Not sure what news is bigger? Millar and McNiven teaming on a futuristic Logan-centric "Dark Knight Returns" epic or the fact their eight-issue "Wolverine" run ties in directly with the superstar writer's "Twilight Zone"-inspired "Fantastic Four." Millar tells all.
With the release of the "Left on Mission" TPB from Boom! this week, author Chip Mosher stops by to take us behind the scenes of his globe-trotting espionage/action thriller.