Comic-Con Trailers: The Best of the Best, Ranked
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Indie vets Evan Dorkin & Sarah Dyer tell CBR about their new Stēla series with Erin Humiston, H.P. Lovecraft's influence and comics on your phone.
Beth Behrs, one of the leads from CBS' hit sitcom "2 Broke Girls," has written a new comic with her best friend Matt Doyle, titled "Dents."
The company is growing its "Batman: The Animated Series" offerings, launch several Harley Quinn-based lines and Intrdouce more Greg Capullo figures.
Charles Soule tells CBR about "Daredevil/Punisher," why the characters are at odds and why Daredevil's new partner Blindspot gets involved.
Saul Goodman goes full superhero in AMC's "Better Call Saul" comic by show writers Jenn Carroll & Gordon Smith and artist Steve Ellis.
The new weekly "Gotham Stories" motion comic will tell an original, five-part story that will bridge both halves of "Gotham" season two.
Marc Andreyko & Richard Ortiz's DC Comics series returns on Monday Feb. 1 with Clayface hitching a ride on Wonder Woman's invisible plane.
The writer tells CBR about his return to "Supergirl" with a new comic based on the CBS series influenced by "Hush" and Hayao Miyazaki films.
The new publisher's entire line of titles is now available digitally as well as in print.
Chris Onstad's beloved "Achewood" webcomic made a surprise return on Christmas Eve, along with another installment on New Year's Day.
CSBG has a library of notable retcons, like whether Captain America's best pal Bucky Barnes was a teen sidekick or a trained killer.
Writer Fabian Nicieza answers your questions about Deadpool, Cable, time travel and chimichangas.
The bi-weekly digital first series will also feature artwork from Jonboy Meyers, Emanuela Lupacchino, and Emma Vieceli
Spidey and Silk find themselves tossed through time in Marvel's latest Infinite Comic offering.
Dan Brereton heads back to Gotham City for his digital-first tale, and tells CBR he wouldn't mind coming back once more for a new "Thrillkiller" installment.
From hot digital deals to hip comics clothing, CBR has everything you need to check off your holiday shopping list.
CBR is taking the day off to celebrate, but if you need a break from the food and festivities there's always plenty going on in the CBR Community.
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Hijinks and violence abound in this preview of Fabian Nicieza and Reilly Brown's new team-up comic.
Writer/artist Renea De Liz promises an origin worth of the iconic character, teases a mystery villain and discusses the return of a classic Etta Candy!
There's no swiping left on Stela, a new digital comics platform debuting in early 2016 with exclusive work from Brian Wood, Andrea Mutti and more.
Google Play Books has unveiled comics-specific improvements, and it's celebrating by offering more than 40 free comics.
Fans hungry for the acclaimed filmmaker's next offering can get a taste of the movie through a special webcomic.
CBR has the first look at AMC's "Into the Badlands" digital comic book prequel, from the writers of the martial arts show and artist Steve Ellis.
With a choice between "Breaking News," "Daily Digests" and "Special Bulletins," you can sit back and let the biggest news come right to you.
Did a Ben Cooper costume inspire the creation of Spider-Man? And was Ben Cooper the first company to trademark the term "super hero?"
"Deadpool & Cable: Split Second" scribe Fabian Nicieza answers your questions about the fan-favorite duo and Marvel's latest digital-first comic.
Chef Alvin Leung and Chef Chris Cosentino will face off and team up in a three-night event featuring Marvel Heroes-inspired menus.
New York Comic Con may be over, but you can catch up on the news you missed, panels you were unable to attend, our CBR TV interviews and more!
The celebrated cartoonist discussed reviving his series after 25 years and how Harper Lee inspired him to do so.
John Romita Jr. will provide art for a 48-page one-shot prequel written by Frank Miller and Brian Azzarello to the original "Dark Knight Returns."
New York Comic Con 2015 is officially underway, and CBR brings you some of the best images from the show's first day.
Beginning today, the publisher's full line of monthly comics will be released on comiXology and the Kindle Store the same day as print.
Created by Brian Michael Bendis and Michael Gaydos, and featuring a cover by David Mack, the comic serves as an exclusive preview of the Netflix series.
The digital publisher will give away limited-edition print variants of select Submit comics next week at New York Comic Con.
The acclaimed independent publisher is the latest to partner with the digital comics distributor.
The Ecto-1, legions of Batman villains, an army of Agent Carters and many more heated up Long Beach Comic Con 2015.
CBR News heads back to Atlanta for a look at last weekend's annual celebrity and coplayer-filled DragonCon Parade.
Cosplayers -- and comic book legend George Pérez -- arrived in Atlanta last weekend for fun, sun and a celebration of pop culture.
Simone Missick has landed a lead role opposite Mike Colter's Luke Cage in the upcoming Marvel Studios Netflix TV series,