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"The Private Eye" has wrapped, but it looks like Panel Syndicate has a new series on the way from Brian K. Vaughan and Marcos Martín.
CBR has an exclusive preview of the latest chapter of "School Spirit" by Kate Leth & Arielle Jovellanos, plus Kevin Wada's cover to #5.
Marvel's heavily armed odd couple reunite for "Split Second," a new miniseries from Fabian Nicieza and Reilly Brown.
EP Dave Robinson spills his guts about the upcoming hack & slash action game, and how it's a vast improvement over its predecessor.
Fabian Nicieza and Reilly Brown's return to Deadpool and Cable will debut as a six-issue digital first series in Marvel's Infinite Comics format.
The anime film, which marks the return of iconic villain Frieza, premiered Tuesday in 894 U.S. theaters as part of its limited North American release.
Follow CBR's YouTube channel for in-depth discussions with top comic book creators, actors, directors, writers, gag reels, sneak peeks and more!
Writer Marguerite Bennett drops bombshells about writing a World War II version of the DC Universe where women heroes arrived first.
"X-Men '92" writers Chad Bowers and Chris Sims answer your questions about the bodacious digital-first "Secret Wars" series from Marvel.
Berkely Breathed has debuted the first full-color, Sunday Funnies-style installment of the new "Bloom County."
Chelsea Cain discusses the dangers Marvel's super spy will face, and how "Fight Club" writer Chuck Palahniuk egged her into comics.
Political cartoonist Matt Bors hints at Kickstarter plans post-"Nib," Noelle Stevenson talks about webcomics and how they helped her career.
Villains attack, heroes defend and Hollywood sends some of its biggest stars out in CBR's Saturday photo parade for Comic-Con International.
William Shatner's novel "Man O' War" has been adapted as a "Cinematic Graphic Novel," and CBR has an exclusive look at the comic in motion.
Comic-Con International arrives this week, and CBR presents the latest in our series of guides to having a fun, healthy and safe time!
French publisher Delcourt is launching a line of digital-first English translations of its French-language comics and graphic novels on comiXology.
Disney XD has released the first images from the five-episode animated series that retells the entire "Star Wars" saga from the perspective of C-3PO and R2-D2
The con-exclusive comic features a story written by "Heroes Reborn" Supervising Producer Seamus Fahey and Zach Craley.
Jeffrey Burandt & Dennis Culver spoke with CBR about music, cyborg animals and digital comics ahead of "Odd Schnozz and the Odd Squad's" print debut.
Laderman will bring his multi-platform expertise to the new channel, which is slated to launch in early 2016.
Dark Horse Comics has finally arrived on comiXology, with its "full digital catalog of collections, graphic novels and manga" now on the platform.
For years, Dark Horse Comics has been the most prominent comic book publisher not available on comiXology -- though that may change real soon.
CBR has the exclusive first look at the digital comic setting the stage for "Burn Notice" creator Matt Nix's new series, which stars Batman voice actor Jason O'Mara.
Square Enix has unveiled a new gameplay trailer for the long-anticipated "Kingdom Hearts III," which will include elements from Disney’s "Tangled."
The son of Zod battles a new take on Clark Kent's classic foe in the latest story from Bruce Timm's new animated DC project.
With Kieron Gillen & Jamie McKelvie's acclaimed Image Comics series headed to television, CBR put together a divine cast for the potential show.
DC Collectibles has debuted its second wave of action figures based on the upcoming "Batman: Arkham Knight" video game.
Matt Fraction, writer of "Sex Criminals," "Casanova," "Satellite Sam" and "ODY-C," will be a guest Thursday, May 21, on "NBC’s Late Night with Seth Meyers."
Webcomic veterans David Gallaher and Steve Ellis will bring their collaboration "The Only Living Boy" to print at Papercutz in March 2016.
This week, the Avengers face off against foes from all sorts of fictional universes, including Starro, Cruella de Vil, Darth Vader and more!
Marvel shared trailers, talked food and indulged fan questions about the future of its digital comics, video game and much more.
"Adventure Time" writer Danielle Corsetto talks about concluding her webcomic and looks ahead to the next chapter of her career.
Kelly Thompson examines the pros of cons of digital comics versus print, and asks her readers which type they prefer.
"Compass Point: West" EP Sami Nurmio tells CBR News about the game's origins, and how the comic adaptation affected the overall story.
The sci-fi series' story will continue in a four-part digital comic crafted by the show's crew, including Erik Kripke, Rockne S. O’Bannon and Jon Favreau.
Joe Caramagna talks with CBR about his two projects featuring legendary, larger than life heroes: "Avengers Vs." and "The Further Travels of Wyatt Earp."
Popular peer-to-peer file-sharing site BitTorrent is now offering its first comics bundle, featuring "Bob’s Burgers," "Red Sonja" and more.
Artist J.K. Woodward and writer Chris Kipiniak team for a creator-owned horror comic about a girl who transforms into a monster, inside and out.
On the final day of WonderCon 2015, the go-to accessory no matter what character you were portraying were the seasonally appropriate bunny ears.
The trailer is directed by System of a Down’s Shavo Odadjian and set to the tune of the band’s signature hit "Chop Suey!"