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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!"
The biggest names of the Valiant Universe get drawn into a morbid teaser as the publisher plans its next major story.
The company behind a "Walking Dead" mobile game finds itself again in the world of comic books, with the multi-platform "Compass Point: West."
As Emerald City Comicon draws closer, CBR presents the latest in our series of guides to having a fun, healthy and safe show.
Casey Gilly examines recent hot-button comics issues and talks through solutions for keeping the dialogue productive and compassionate.
The collection of 3-inch vinyl figures not only includes the team from Marvel’s 2014 blockbusterm but also Ronan, Nebula, Korath and more.
Walmart has demanded "Questionable Content" webcomic creator Jeph Jacques take down his parody website.
Cartoonist Erika Moen talks about making "Oh Joy, Sex Toy" with her husband, the trick in balancing humor and education and much more.
Donny Cates' "The Ghost Fleet," Fred Van Lente's "Resurrectionists" and Tim Seeley's "Sundowners" will all move online before getting print graphic novels.
Popular digital subscription service Scribd, often referred to as “Netflix for books,” has launched its long asked for comics section.
This February from Dark Horse Comics, "American Vampire's" Rafael Albuquerque debuts "Ei8ht" #1, a solo project that "masterfully builds in suspense and anxiety."
Writers D.J. Kirkbride and Adam P. Knave talk with ROBOT 6 about their Monkeybrain Comics series, and what to expect in 2015.
"P. Craig Russell’s Murder Mysteries and Other Stories: Gallery Edition" will include the artist's adaptations of work by Gaiman, Mignola, Lovecraft, Wilde and more!
The latest comic based on Rocksteady's hit "Arkham" games will reveal the origin of the mysterious Arkham Knight.
Not only is Matt Sturges and Dave Justus' "The Wolf Amongst Us" tied to the events of Telltale's video game, it's a Bill Willingham-approved "Fables" prequel.
Creator John Allison discusses his decade-and-a-half of online comics, ending his five years on "Bad Machinery" and transitioning to print with Oni Press.
In his first interview about "Universe!," award-winning cartoonist Albert Monteys shares his thoughts about and goals for his new Panel Syndicate series.
As the Adam West-inspired digital series moves forward, Jeff Parker has plans for more foes unseen on TV and solo Batgirl stories.
Writer Bryan Q. Miller and cover artist Cat Staggs say goodbye to "Smallville Season 11," and discuss Superman's growth during the digital series.
Alex de Campi speaks with CBR News about the genesis of her ongoing digital comic, and where the eponymous hero will be headed next.
After shuttering his horror webcomics site in 2012, Sam Costello is back, with new stories and a new outlook.
Science fans packed the room when Bill Nye the Science Guy met the creator of the science/humor webcomic xkcd.
Shawn Kittelsen talks new digital-first series "Mortal Kombat X," based on the latest installment of the long-running fighting game franchise.
Lynda Carter's Wonder Woman returns alongside two video game tie-ins from the likes of Mark Andreyko and Matt Sturges.
Dynamite Entertainment has announced it will accept the virtual currency as payment on its new online storefront for DRM-free digital comics.
Marvel's digital presence gets bigger with exclusive comics and videos, a special auditory experience, and an expanding Marvel Gaming Universe.
Co-publishers Allison Baker and Chris Roberson joined a lineup of MonkeyBrain creators to discuss the differences between print and digital comics.
An unproduced Two-Face starring script by Harlan Ellison is set be adapted for DC Comics' "Batman ’66" digital-first series
CEO David Steinberger explains a major change in comiXology's business model, allowing users to download DRM-free backups of some of its comics.
Christian Beranek & Kelci Crawford tell CBR about their webcomic "Validation," which explores the life and struggles of a transgender fan girl.
Ahead of the release of Warren Ellis and Jason Howard's "Trees" #2, Image is offering the digital edition of the first issue for free across all platforms.
Marvel's Agent M and a selection of the publisher's artists gave members a first look at never before seen art and tease the next exclusive package.
Mark Waid and Barry Kitson's "Empire" returns this week on Thrillbent, and Waid spoke with CBR News about bringing it back after a 10-year hiatus.
Digital comics distributor turned eBook distributor Graphicly will shut down as its key employees join self-publishing platform Blurb.
Jay Nolte answers the question of what happens when a big corporation hires zombies to save money in his webcomic, "The Zombie Office."
Wonder Woman will star in DC Comics' next digital-first anthology series, starting with a story by Gail Simone and Ethan Van Sciver.
Today, the history of Dark Horse's Project Black Sky universe is revealed in a new webcomic from "Brain Boy's" Fred Van Lente.
CBR News spoke with comiXology's Chip Mosher about the company's new iOS app, the removal of the storefront and the changes to its Android app. UPDATED with comment from IDW and BOOM! Studios.
Customers using iOS devices will have to download a new app and purchase future comics through comiXology.com.
comiXology's David Steinberger and Amazon's David Naggar explain what prompted Thursday's acquisition, and what it means going forward.