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Osamu Tezuka's beloved creation gets 700-page collection in the fall! Scrutinizing Vertigo's direct market sales!
Rhianna Pratchett, writer of the 2013 "Tomb Raider" game, talks about handling Lara's comic book adventures, while sharing an look at the first chapter.
Image Comics' "Secret Identities" had a classic debut, while superstars Grant Morrison and Jim Lee visited DC's "The Multiversity" and more.
Stevenson, Watters and Nowak's "Lumberjanes" #11 is "full of the series' usual hyperbole, humor and whimsical artwork."
In "Silver Surfer" #9, Slott and Allred "break out serious storytelling skills" to spin "a great single issue example of what this crew can create."
The all-female Avengers title starring She-Hulk, Dazzler, Medusa, Nico Minoru & Singularity arrives in May, and we suggest more Marvel heroes who could join.
As Soule and Pulido's "She-Hulk" concludes with its 12th issue, the series' ending is "saccharine, but not bad words to live by, like most classic morals."
The actress will reteam with her "Brothers & Sisters" producer Greg Berlanti to play a major Superman comics character.
By "submerging the reader alongside Sam in the world of Captain America," Remender and Immonen's "All-New Captain America" #4 "provides a deeper appreciation" for Sam Wilson.
Writer Kelly Thompson talks rebooting "Jem," the influence of the show's strong women on a generation of girls and the upcoming film while sharing exclusive art.
The Thors of multiple worlds will team up for an investigation into the heart of "Secret Wars'" Battleworld in the latest event series.
Brian Buccellato & Mike S. Miller's digital first DC Comics series continues as Swamp Thing fights Poison Ivy and reality falls apart on Feb. 24.
REVIEW: Bendis and Marquez's "Miles Morales: The Ultimate Spider-Man" #10 "Continues to be a Homerun Book"
Brian Michael Bendis and David Marquez's "Miles Morales: The Ultimate Spider-Man" #10 is "the latest issue of this consistently wonderful series."
From the Seven Soldiers of Victory to "Crisis On Infinite Earths" and beyond, some of the weirdest bits of DC history collide in Paul Levitz's new miniseries.
Gang warfare erupts across NYC in this preview of Gerry Conway and Carlo Barberi's "Amazing Spider-Man: Spiral" story arc.
The new assortment of "Walking Dead" Minimates will feature characters from Robert Kirkman and Charlie Adlard's "All Out War" story arc.
Dynamite continues its groundbreaking pulp crossover in "Django/Zorro" #4, a new issue of "John Carter" and much more.
Police searched 133 locations in nationwide roundup! Duane Swierczynski on dropping the f-bomb in an Archie comic! Plus much more!
Aquaman's mother is alive -- but she wants her son dead! Get a first look at DC Comics' "Aquaman" #39 by Jeff Parker and Paul Pelletier.
BOOM! Studios debuts an all-new miniseries with "Curb Stomp" #1 while "Dawn of the Planet of the Apes" #4 prepares for the big finale, and more!
Chris Ryall & Anthony Diecidue fight in a post-apocalyptic world of the undead, and machines in this exclusive look at "Zombies vs Robots" #2.
All month long, CSBG has been spotlighting new comic books from African-American creators. Check out the list of books featured so far!
Kick back on Oscar Sunday with new Marvel art by Stuart Immonen, W. Scott Forbes, Kris Anka, Jill Thompson and Erica Henderson.
Neil Gaiman worked with artist Bill Sienkiewicz for the Delirium story in 2003's "Endless Nights" OGN, but did the story run out of order?
A story in the New York Times, a helpful neighbor and a cross-country package coaxed a rare piece of art from the legendary Marvel writer.
Terry and Rachel Dodson illustrate writer Xavier Dorison's tale of a 1970s spy tasked with undermining America in Image Comics' "Red One."
In the latest edition, see how John Byrne took over a Jim Shooter comic book and promptly destroyed Shooter's hometown within its pages.
If you're looking for recommendations on new books or trying to discover a classic hidden gem, CBR's reviews archive has what you need.
Ian Flynn & Aleah Baker introduce Artificial intelligence to Sonic in this exclusive preview of "Sonic Universe" #73 from Archie Comics.
Eduardo from Argentina invites fans into his home this week to check out his comics, statues, toys and more in this week's edition of ROBOT 6's SHELF PORN!
In CSBG's weekly creator recommendation series, "Rocket Raccoon's" Skottie Young spotlights a popular webcomic about a young Nordic barbarian.
Roger Langridge's "Abigail and the Snowman" #3 from BOOM! Studios finds Abigail being a true friend by trying to find Claude a good home.
After a dizzying few days at New York Toy Fair, we're back with more Marvel from Diamond Select Toys, Kotobukiya's new Super Powers and much more.
Setting a new sellout record, the mad rush to register for SDCC gave birth to memes but otherwise was a smooth, if frustrating, process.
The spring thaw has yet to arrive, but the thought of May titles like "A-Force," "Mythic," "Fight Club 2" and more are helping to keep us warm!
Let's roll those lucky dice as this week's cover contest is all about scenes of gambling. Spin the wheel with Longshot, James Bond & more!
The artist selects his favorite covers from the Skybound series "Thief of Thieves" and offers insight into the creative process behind them.
The creators of famed Batman villain Bane, Chuck Dixon & Graham Nolan, reimagine Mary Shelley's monster in IDW Publishing's "Joe Frankenstein."
Learn how Lady Deathstrike's grudge against Wolverine originally began against someone else entirely, plus more unresolved tales.
Writers Matt Kindt & Jeff Lemire and artist Paolo Rivera bring their tale to its epic conclusion in the final bloody issue of "The Valiant."