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"Feathers," "HaloGen" & "Plunder" all reach their final issues, a new story arc begins for "The Woods," plus "Help Us! Great Warrior" & more.
In their latest look at "bad" superhero fights, CSBG sees the god of thunder, Thor, get handled a bit too easily by the Red Hulk.
A dark secret threatens to awaken the killer within Marcus Fall in Tom Waltz & Casey Maloney's "The Last Fall" #4 from IDW Publishing.
ROBOT 6's Store Tour pulls into Round Rock, Texas, for a look at Rogues Gallery Comics & Games, and a chat with owner Randy Lander.
Forget the Ancient One in "Doctor Strange" -- here are five Marvel characters that we really want to see Swinton sink her teeth into.
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The fate of the Universe rests on Leo's shoulders in the final issue of Mike Carey & Elena Casagrande's "Suicide Risk" #25 from BOOM Studios.
CSBG has an archive of unresolved comic book storylines, including the latest, the mystery of why Dazzler cannot seem to be killed.
Update: A newly revealed concept sculpt reveals what the early design for Martian Manhunter looked like for "Justice League Mortal."
Travis in Seattle shares his -- and his son's -- collection of Batman and X-Men toys, statues, art and more!
CSBG has a collection of abandoned storylines, including Mr. Fantastic and Invisible Woman's fantastically brief tenure as members of the Avengers.
DC Collectibles, Diamond Select toys, NECA and Bif Bang Pow unveil all kinds of Comic-Con International: San Diego exclusives this week.
Mark Millar updates on "Starlight" and "Chrononauts," while a member of the Watchmen seeks to enter the DC Cinematic Universe.
Check out this exclusive preview of Alex Toth's classic "Bravo For Adventure," reprinted in a deluxe hardcover from IDW Publishing.
With Tony Stark battling back from addiction during Denny O'Neil's "Iron Man" run, did Marvel originally plan to kill off his replacement?
With the "Supergirl" television series on the horizon, ROBOT 6's Tom Bondurant looks back on the long, and occasionally complicated, history of DC's Maid of Might.
As the urge to travel grows this summer, it's time to "bug out!" Share your favorite covers featuring insects, arachnids and more creepy crawlies.
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It's up to the Bravest Warriors to figure out who murdered Jelly Kid in Kate Leth & Ian McGinty's "Bravest Warriors" #33 from BOOM! Studios.
In their spotlight on comics adapting ideas from other media, CSBG examines the Batcave's introduction and adaptation from the Batman serials.
Kickstarter backers have successfully funded a Tony Chu mini-bust based on "Chew," John Layman & Rob Guillory's acclaimed Image Comics series.
Following the departure of Mike Marts, Mark Paniccia is officially Senior Editor of the X-Men titles, joined by X-books veteran Daniel Ketchum.
Axel Alonso talks who's taking over the X-Men editorial reins, plus new "Secret Wars" series including "Old Man Logan" and "Where Monsters Dwell."
Designed by "Final Fantasy's" Tetsuya Nomura, the Variant Play Arts Kai Batman figure is a glorious, crime-fighting nightmare.
Returning to a custom of decades past, June releases from DC Comics will feature half-page ads on the same pages as story content.
Charles Xavier's dream is dead, but Magneto's is very much alive. Don't miss the new "Secret Wars" series from Chris Burnham & Ramon Villalobos.
Writer Paul Cornell and artist Tony Parker discuss their new Dark Horse series, which has been hailed as "Spinal Tap" meets "Ghostbusters."
Learn how close we came to a West Coast spin-off of the X-Men! Plus, did Rhodey almost die? And did a Marvel character miss his own final issue?
Writer Tim Seeley tells CBR that when Death disappears from the Marvel U, it's up to her exes to uncover her whereabouts and restore balance to the universe.
Thieves broke into Alpha Comics in Calgary, Alberta, early Thursday, taking more than 500 comic books and trade paperbacks, stuffing them in a garbage bag.
Singapore arts council cites "sensitive content" in "The Art of Charlie Chan Hock Chye"! "Zippy's" Documentary examines real-life inspirations for Archie characters!
The cartoonist shares the secret origin of his "exaggerated auto-bio" comic with CBR, and his plans for the future of the Oafiverse.
This week, Line artists depict modern comic characters as if they debuted in the Golden Age, including Guardians of the Galaxy, Heckspawn and Scott Pilgrim!
The Washington, D.C., Transit Authority will reject all issue-oriented advertising after an anti-Islam group sought to run an ad featuring a cartoon of the Prophet Muhammad
With the first season of "The Flash" in our rear view, CSBG runs down the villains Barry fought, and looks in on their first comic book appearances.
Mark Russell tells CBR about his reimagined take on "Prez," including a trillionaire named Wayne, political advisers based on celebrity academics and more.
"Secret Wars" remakes the Marvel U in Battleworld's image in "Armor Wars," "Amazing Spider-Man: Renew Your Vows," "X-Tinction Agenda" and more.
In Titan Comics' latest issue of "The Tenth Doctor," Robbie Morrison and Elena Casagrande deliver a secret auction that could doom the galaxy.
Ron Marz continues a look at his personal sketchbook, with art by comics stars including John Romita Sr., Dan Jurgens, Ron Lim, Phil Hester and Stjepan Sejic.
Tara Strong discusses her take on the iconic character, inheriting the voice from original actor Arleen Sorkin and her hopes for Margot Robbie's big screen version.