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"Andre the Giant: Closer to Heaven" and "Bounce!" lead the field for the 2016 Glyph Awards with three nominations each.
Tim Miller and Simon Kinberg, who made the Merc With a Mouth a massive hit, ponder sequel material, movie ratings and cross-studio team-ups.
The latest glimpse at director Bryan Singer's next X-Men film held a number of big moments -- what did you think?
Brian Michael Bendis and Olivier Coipel light the fuse on Marvel's next big event, with War Machine and She-Hulk at the center of things.
"Dark Knight III" returns in CBR's exclusive preview of Brian Azzarello, Frank Miller, Andy Kubert and Klaus Janson's latest chapter.
Take your Sunday to the next level with new Marvel art from "Deadpool: Last Days of Magic," "Uncanny Avengers" and "Squadron Supreme."
CSBG's collection of notable retcons now includes the revelation that Wolverine might have formed the first X-Men team before Professor X did.
Peter David had a long, legendary run on "The Incredible Hulk," but he nearly left the title after a disagreement on a pregnancy storyline.
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The plot thickens in IDW's "Ghostbusters International" by Erik Burnham and Dan Schoening as the crew hits a terrifying spot in (or under) Paris.
CSBG routinely answers reader-submitted questions, like how, exactly, did Gwen Stacy die? Did Spider-Man accidentally snap her neck or...?
CSBG's latest spotlight on "bad" superhero fights examines the time Spider-Man took on -- and beat -- 10 heroes at once, including Thor!
Hot Toys rounds out the "Captain America: Civil War" ranks while DC, Diamond Select Toys and Gentle Giant reveal their latest solicitations.
Aubrey Sitterson and Emilio Laiso deliver the showdown we never realized we wanted until we got it in IDW's Street Fighter & G.I. Joe crossover.
If it breaks even one rule in the Comics Code, it has a place in this week's CBR Community Cover Contest. Let's cause some trouble!
One of Marvel's biggest heroes will pay the ultimate price in July's "Civil War II" #3 -- will they be one of these five?
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Georgia Ball and Amy Mebberson place everyone in peril with "Strawberry Shortcake" #1 as the Purple Pie Man leaves a bad taste wherever he goes.
Visit CSBG's archive of notable dropped plots like Hawkeye's odd history of being against againt, then for it, then against it again.
In "Spider-Man/Deadpool" #4, Joe Kelly and Ed McGuinness "give readers the silliest installment of the series" before "its gut-punch of a conclusion."
Following up on their "Star Wars" Movie Realization line, Tamashii is giving Spider-Man a manga makeover.
Axel Alonso reports back from Marvel's latest editorial retreat, and talks creative team shifts on "Captain Marvel," "Star Wars" and "Hulk."
Jackson Lanzing, Collin Kelly and Marcus To's "Joyride" #1 "is a high-spirited ride of a first issue."
Spinning out of "Avengers: Standoff," a hero will make a long-awaited return to Marvel Comics, and it appears they'll be connected to the Nova Corps.
The writer discusses Lewis and Clark's epic encounter with the the famed Bigfoot and how his take incorporates both mythology and Americana.
Animation veteran Eddie Pittman tells CBR about his popular webcomic "Red's Planet" arriving to print this month and what he learned in the process.
Did Marvel really create a Spider-villain based on Prince? And did Peter David nearly quit "Hulk" over Betty Banner's pregnancy being terminated?
Friends, family pay tribute to cosplayer. Looking at Vertigo's sales in wake of "restructuring." Advice for convention venues and hotels. Plus more.
Joshua Williamson and Jorge Coelho make grim ghosts grin (and get really scary) in "Haunted Mansion," inspired by Disney's spookiest attraction.
The Line draws Hanna-Barbera characters meeting famous comic characters, including Kraven hunting Yogi Bear and Deadpool vs, Scrappy Doo & more!
A satellite of the Charles M. Schulz Museum, the Snoopy Museum is devoted to "Peanuts" and, specifically, that iconic beagle.
Kate Beaton, Seth and Jillian Tamaki are among the nominees for the 2016 Doug Wright Awards, which honor work by Canadian creators.
The end of "Supergirl" Season One teased a mysterious new Kryptonian space-pod. We examine possible passengers ranging from Zor-El to Alura, we
"Squirrel Girl" chooses her own adventure, "Spider-Women" continues, Venom makes a choice, Elektra visits "Daredevil" and more from Marvel!
Get a peek at Oni's upcoming titles, selected from their open submissions initiative that saw over 2,500 creators apply.
CSBG looks at the times eleven different Marvel Comics superheroes turned down Avengers membership, from Spider-Man to... the Black Cat?!
Current "Xena" artist Ariel Medel talks with his collaborator Ron Marz, and shares his circuitous journey breaking into the U.S. comics market.
Jeff Lemire and Ramon Perez "brought a strong authorial voice to this series... and they go out on a high note" in "All-New Hawkeye" #6.
In Mark Waid and Mahmud Asrar's "All-New, All-Different Avengers" #11, the Avengers must stage a prison break on the Stalag of Space.
Marvel's most anticipated July releases include a hero's shocking death, another's resurrection, a new Deadpool ongoing, Apocalypse and more.