PREVIEWS: "Mighty Thor," "Star Wars," & More Marvel Comics On Sale February 17, 2016
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Saul Goodman goes full superhero in AMC's "Better Call Saul" comic by show writers Jenn Carroll & Gordon Smith and artist Steve Ellis.
Jeff Lemire is the next guest for X-Position and CBR wants your questions for the "Extraordinary X-Men" writer.
Executive Producers Todd & Aaron Helbing dive into the big reveals of Team Flash's inter-dimensional road trip in "Welcome to Earth-2."
Bruce Wayne is back in action in Snyder & Paquette's freshly released "Batman" #49, and it didn't happen the way you might expect. SPOILERS!
"Entertainment Weekly" debuts 6 variant covers, while Andrew Lincoln braces fans for heartbreak when Negan arrives in Alexandria.
Spider-Man, Captain America, the Guardians of the Galaxy and more will get apocalyptic makeovers on these tie-in variants.
Instead of putting on the two-day, comics-focused show in the summer, ReedPOP will focus on making NYCC a larger event.
Rest easy knowing new comics are super easy to find thanks to CBR's FindAComicShop.com, the best store locator anywhere.
The reunited "Daredevil" team -- Mark Waid, Chris Samnee, Joe Caramagna and Matt Wilson -- discusses taking Black Widow international.
Earth-2 Barry, Iris and Killer Frost team with Cisco and Harry Wells to save Earth-1 Barry and Wells' daughter from the clutches of Zoom.
Wolverine battles the Totally Awesome Hulk, Bruce Wayne returns to a life of vigilantism, Finn and Jake's friend makes a sacrifice and more.
The Massachusetts courts turned down a lawsuit from independent creators that claim Marvel took their designs.
A mantle is reclaimed in DC Comics' "Batman" #49 by Scott Snyder & Yanick Paquette, who plunge Bruce Wayne into the Batcave -- and maybe madness.
Augie takes a look at J. Scott Campbell, Nei Ruffino, Cliff Chiang, Matt Wilson and other artists' work in an effort to understand how a "color hold" works.
A "mystery DC movie" believed to be the Ezra Miller-headed "Flash" has been bumped from late to mid-March 2018.
The New Hampshire primary cards, featuring everyone from "Canadian Cruz" to "Batty Bernie," will be available only for a limited time.
"Uncanny Avengers" writer Gerry Duggan sits down again to answer your questions about Rogue, Deadpool and the Avengers Unity Squad.
The Strategic Scientific Reserve's best agent gets physical with a power hungry Frost in a clip from tonight's episode.
David Walker discusses Dynamite's second "Shaft" series, grappling with the character's violent nature and its meta Blaxploitation movie subplot.
The 1962 comic could fetch a record price! University library acquires rare copy of "All-Negro Comics"! How Superman has changed! Plus much more!
Chad Nevett, Joey Aulisio and special guest Brian Cronin have an in-depth examination of the second issue of Frank Miller's current Batman epic.
Writer Van Jensen has announced that he is in the process of concluding a nearly two-year long stint on "The Flash."
The actor spoke with CBR about squaring off against Peggy Carter, the introduction of the Maggia and being the hero of her own story.
Jim Starlin and Alan Davis reintroduce Adam Warlock to the Marvel Universe in this preview for "The Infinity Entity" #1.
Marvel's overall dominance continues, DC Comics may be rebooting, and BOOM! Studios may have an expandable property on its hands.
Celebrate the season with Hallmark's newest e-card line, featuring the gnarliest walkers "The Walking Dead" has to offer.
Jazz, deadly plants and an inter-dimensional threat await the Doctor in this preview of George Mann and Emma Vieceli's next issue.
Kotobukiya has officially unveiled its Spider-Gwen Bishoujo Statue, complete with interchangeable masked and unmasked portraits.
Brian Schirmer & Claudia Balboni's Image Comics Western "Black Jack Ketchum" continues with the Gambler's identity revealed and Tom in peril.
The Black Mercy comes to creepy life, Alex Danvers saves the day and "Supergirl" loses a major player in three clips from last night's episode.
Officials determined the acclaimed graphic novel was too mature for young readers. However, one district also removed the book from high schools.
Could DC Comics' "Rebirth" mean a return to the pre-New 52 version of the DCU? We look at the post-Crisis elements most ripe for a comeback.
Superman famously used his heat vision on Mongul during the classic tale, but find out if it was the first time he used it on another person.
Miles Morales Marvel Universe debut is spot-on, Midnighter faces an unstoppable foe and Captain America continues to examine modern America.
Cullen Bunn and Espin Silva's "Deadpool and the Mercs for Money" #1 is a light story that "holds true to the character."
Joseph Illidge speaks with the Marvel and DC Comics veterans behind "BLACK," the Kickstarter success that takes a different look at super powers.
Tom King and Gabriel Hernandez Walta's "The Vision" #4 "never loses its slow-motion-car-wreck suspense and admirably resists easy answers."
Peter Tomasi explains how he merges historical fact with supernatural fiction for his upcoming Dark Horse Comics series.
Victor Gischler and Will Conrad's "Angel & Faith: Season 10" #23 "gives readers something to get excited about."
In "Jughead" #4, Jughead openly says he is asexual, following Chip Zdarsky and Erica Henderson's statements at NYCC that he identifies as such.