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Get your first look at Adam Hughes' art from Archie Comics' "Betty & Veronica" #1 -- and all those wonderful variants by industry superstars.
The superstar creator shares whether can go too sexy in illustrating the wholesome stars, and answers the ultimate question: Betty or Veronica?
The publisher posted a look inside the long-awaited series' debut issue, which arrives in stores this July.
Preview all 25 covers for Archie's new "Betty and Veronica" series from superstar writer/artist Adam Hughes ("Catwoman").
We examine the god-like being from "Watchmen," and search for clues to why he might tinker with the fabric of the DC Universe.
Start your May off right by perusing new Marvel art from "Daredevil" #7, "Star Wars" #19, "Doctor Strange" #8 and more.
Adam Hughes wrote and drew "Ordinary Heroes," a two part Gen13 miniseries, 20 years ago. It's flawed, but beautifully presented.
The debut issue of "Betty & Veronica" will arrive in stores this July and feature variants from Chip Zdarsky, Cliff Chiang, Veronica Fish and more.
Adam Hughes and Olivier Coipel pay homage to the X-Men of the '70s and '80s in these covers for the milestone anniversary issue.
Mark Waid, Dan Parent, Adam Hughes, Chip Zdarsky and more dropped clues about Riverdale's future in the jam-packed "Archie Forever" panel.
Barb Wire, the baddest bounty hunter around, is back in Dark Horse Comics' "Barb Wire" #1 by Chris Warner, Patrick Olliffe and Tom Nguyen.
Adam Hughes is one of the greatest cover artists on the planet, and the new CBR Community Cover Contest wants to celebrate his best works.
Archie Comics Publisher Jon Goldwater talks with CBR about its campaign to fund new "Jughead," "Betty and Veronica" and "Life with Kevin" series.
Writer Chris Warner returns to "Barb Wire" after a lengthy absence and discusses the character's "awe-inspiring, life-affirming, low-carb merits."
Dark Horse is celebrating the return of Barb Wire, offering a special variant of Issue #1 in exchange for every 20 covers from Marvel's "Star Wars" #1.
With the end of "Fables" coming in 2015, Bill Willingham & Mark Buckingham gathered the creative talent behind the acclaimed series for one final panel.
Miraclewoman's origin is revealed in "Miracleman" #12, and CBR has the exclusive first look at Adam Hughes' variant for the issue.
This week, Deadpool has a new set of peepers, Natasha Romanov sets her trap and Batwing soars over the city in CBR's Cover of the Week.
Due to "overwhelming" response from the comics community, Dark Horse's Stan Sakai benefit book "The Sakai Project" has increased its page count to 160.
This week, Cinderella goes two-toned, Kamala Khan gets the torso treatment and the "Sex Criminals" creative team gets a portrait & more.
This week, Doctor Doom purrs into the Cover of the Week's top slot while "Black Widow," "Batwing" and more make the list.
Batwing strikes, Cinderella does a little shoe-shopping, "Hawken" gets mechanized and Lockjaw has no time for nonsense.
Marc Andreyko speaks about his Cinderella "Fairest" arc, working with Bill Willingham and his thoughts on the approaching "Fables" finale.
Vertigo has released a preview of "Fairest" #18 by Sean E. Williams & Stephen Sadowski, featuring a cover by Adam Hughes. August 7, the Maharaja and Nalayani face their ultimate fate in The Village of the Dead.
Superstar comic book artist Adam Hughes received the spotlight treatment at Comic-Con and reflected on his time in the industry and what it was like to draw Dr. Manhattan in "Before Watchmen."
Geoff Johns, Jeff Lemire, Gail Simone, Tom Taylor and more join the first DC Comics Panel of Comic-Con International 2013 to share current and future plans for the New 52, Vertigo and more.
This week, Earth-2 braces for war, Legion plays with (nesting) dolls, Deadpool sets his sights on himself, Spider-Man casts a long shadow and who's the scaliest of them all?
A preview of "Fairest" #17 by Sean E. Williams, Stephen Sadowski & Phil Jimenez, featuring a cover by Adam Hughes, has been released by Vertigo. Nalayani and the Maharaja face a lethal enemy July 3.
Veteran TV and film writer Sean E. Williams discusses tackling the return of Prince Charming in the pages of "Fairest," a tale based in India featuring the debut of several new characters to the Fables universe.
This week, we get inside the mind of Madder Red (quite literally), Tony Stark faces the Merc in the mirror, Princess Alder makes an appearance, a cell phone shatters and Glory walks off into the - well, not a sunset.
Mark Millar and John Romita Jr.'s "Kick-Ass 3" kicks off in mid-May, but CBR has an exclusive first look at Adam Hughes' Hit-Girl-starring variant cover today!
This week's Cover of the Week finds Li’l Ultron triumphant, the fairest wolf of them all, Glory’s big -- really big -- battle, the worst road trip ever, and -- panels?
Vertigo has released an early look at Bill Willingham and Barry Kitson's "Fairest" #14, a special one-shot tale of love in Fabletown. Romance blooms on April 3.
Vertigo expands its "Fables" franchise in the form of the "Fables Encyclopedia," written by Jess Nevins with an Adam Hughes cover, and a hardcover OGN featuring short stories written by creator Bill WIllingham.
Vertigo Comics has released a preview of "Fairest" #11 by Lauren Beukes and Inaki Miranda, featuring cover art by Adam Hughes. Rapunzel's adventure in Japan continues January 9.
In this week's "Cover of the Week rundown, "47 Ronin" and "The Shadow" get bloody, "Fairest" gets sexy, "Iron Man" gets technical,and "Legends of the Dark Knight" gets -- a little creepy.
Writer Matt Sturges discussed his and artist Shawn McManus' Beauty and Beast-starring stand-alone story for "Fairest," Vertigo and Bill Willingham's latest "Fables" spinoff series.
DC Comics brings "Before Watchmen" to Comic-Con International in San Diego with an incredible panel of creators gathered to discuss the publisher's mega-event with a special appearance from Quentin Tarantino.
This week, Ali Baba relaxes, Nick Fury … doesn't, Polaris, Siryn and Wolfsbane hit the road, Nite Owl holds the key, and Jonathan Hickman gives us a hand. Or at least part of a finger.
DC Comics Co-Publisher Dan DiDio responds to Alan Moore's criticism of "Before Watchmen," calling the project "a love letter" to Moore and Dave Gibbons' seminal 1986 miniseries.