Vaughan & Chiang's "Paper Girls" Builds a Familiar Yet Disconcerting World
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CSBG has an archive of comic stories best forgotten, like the time Steve Trevor made Diana Prince dress up as Wonder Woman for him.
Trace the comic book origins of Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, Hellcat and the Purple Man with these 51 comic book covers spanning 70 years.
From conventions to super hero-powered half marathons, there's always some amazing comics-related imagery to be found on Instagram.
Abbey discovers a secret tomb filled with treasure in this upcoming issue of Andy Hartnell & Stephen Molnar's "Danger Girl: Renegade" from IDW.
With "Jessica Jones" now streaming on Netflix, CSBG examines the first comic book appearances of the show's heroes and villains.
Detective James Gordon gets into a knock-down, drag-out brawl with a cloaked figure in this latest clip from next week's episode of "Gotham."
Stan Sakai's "Usagi Yojimbo" #150 "serves as both an introduction to new readers and a satisfying experience for existing fans."
G. Willow Wilson, Takeshi Miyazawa and Adrian Alphona's "Ms. Marvel" #1 "is still one of the best reads on the stands."
A group of warriors by the name of The Corners wrongly assume they'll receive the powers from the prophecy in Leth & Cummings' "Power Up" #5.
Kurt Busiek and Brent Anderson's "Astro City" #29 "is another strong, fun issue from a fairly consistent series."
It's thought the skyrocketing demand that's triggered a LEGO shortage in Europe has also created a black market for the toys.
Axel Alonso explains the decision to kill off Namor in "Squadron Supreme," plus the new #1s for "Mighty Thor," "Ms. Marvel" & "Spider-Woman."
Philadelphia store to close at the end of the year! "Amityville" children's GN challenged at North Carolina elementary school! Spotlight on Marvel's Sana Amanat!
Campbell revealed his bagged variant cover for "Harley's Little Black Book" #1 and offered a few glimpses into his creative process behind it.
Troy Baker discusses finding his voice as the Dark Knight in LEGO DC's "Justice League: Cosmic Clash" and how Batman resists team dynamics.
In a Twitter Q&A, Frank Miller addressed his characterization of Batman, his love for Superman, the inspiration for "The Master Race" and more.
Patsy Walker discovers her place in the post-"Secret Wars" Marvel Universe in Kate Leth and Brittney Williams' new Marvel series.
Archie finally tells the infamous story of what caused his break-up with Betty and shattered Riverdale in Mark Waid & Annie Wu's "Archie" #4.
Writer Chelsea Cain and artist Kate Niemczyk will helm "Mockingbird's" first ever ongoing series at Marvel Comics.
Did Charles Schulz send secret messages to his mistress in "Peanuts" strips? And did famous Spirit femme fatale Sand Seref almost debut in another comic?
Mondo closes out 2015 with a Marvel-inspired show featuring Becky Cloonan, Mike Mitchell, Matthew Woodson and more, and we've got a first look.
Soon, everyone will know her name. But before that, CBR looks back at the impact that Jessica Jones and "Alias" had on the Marvel Universe.
For the upcoming line of figures, Ashley Wood imagines a word where DC's greatest heroes have fallen and robots are created to take their place.
This week, the Line answers the question that's launched hundreds of comics: "What If...?"
Jim Gordon reveals the existence of the mysterious faction of the Knights Templar and their history in Gotham City.
The publisher reaffirms its piracy stance following the arrests of four men accused of illegally uploading a chapter of "One Piece" to a scanlation website.
Hijinks and violence abound in this preview of Fabian Nicieza and Reilly Brown's new team-up comic.
Peter David and Colleen Doran tell CBR what went into creating the comic book biography of one of comics' most legendary creators.
The planned $3 million monument celebrating Cleveland as the birthplace of the Man of Steel has cleared another hurdle.
"Arrow" EP Marc Guggenheim spoke with CBR News about taking inspiration from the ABC series to deliver an espionage thriller for Marvel Comics.
New images offer a glimpse at what could have been, had Megan Gale been the one to bring the iconic hero to life.
"Moon Girl & Devil Dinosaur" are Marvel's newest duo, Venom is a "Space Knight," "Silver Surfer" lives his "Last Days" and "Vader Down" continues.
Superman advises compassion and understanding towards refugees in a 1960 public service announcement comic by Jack Schiff and Curt Swan.
In their latest look at awesome but strange stories, CSBG remembers when the Avengers fought evil scientist Arnim Zola, AKA the Hulk's new pants?!
Beware the Sandman as a trip down memory lane may turn deadly in IDW's "Ghostbusters Annual" by Erik Burnham and Dan Schoening.
Robert Venditti and Raúl Allén's "Wrath of the Eternal Warrior" #1 "provides a compelling and different look at Gilad Anni-Padda."
From honest depictions of sex and trauma to nuanced character portrayals, "Jessica Jones" is the best Marvel Cinematic Universe installment yet.
The Son of Saturn is a captive of the DEO, while Supergirl appears to be coping with being temporarily de-powered.
The writer explains to CBR how he'll tell the story of Tommy's shift from villain to hero, despite the never-ceasing machinations of Rita Repulsa.
Frank Miller wanted to write a Superman story, Clive Barker launched his own line of comics and Jim Lee debuts "Deathblow" in 1993.