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This week, logo treatments and silhouettes rule as "Constantine," "The United States of Murder Inc." and "Detective Comics" all make the grade.
Alex Ross has revealed new X-Men and Captain America lithographs that will be available at Comic-Con International 2014.
In his latest series of covers, Alex Ross pays homage to Norman Rockwell, Steve Ditko, Michelangelo, Neal Adams and more, celebrating 75 years of Marvel.
This week, Finn and Jake pull double duty, Black Widow takes public transportation, A princess hangs tough and Alex Ross goes retro.
Everything old is new again as painter Alex Ross tackles Adam West, Burt Ward and the heroes of Astro City in his latest cover work.
Kevin Smith puts words in Adam West's mouth, argues for a Batman/Green Hornet animated feature and promises Ben Affleck will deliver as the Dark Knight.
Alex Ross takes two out of five slots while the covers for "Fables," "Secret Avengers" and "Nightcrawler" all represent.
Alex Ross's latest Marvel 75th Anniversary variant is for June's "The Savage Hulk" #1, and CBR has the exclusive first look at the cover.
The time-displaced Brotherhood of Evil Mutants returns in Brian Bendis and Stuart Immonen's "All-New X-Men" #27!
"American Vampire: Second Cycle" has two CotW entries, joined by "Winter soldier: The Bitter March," "The Shadow" and "Curse."
Kevin Smith returns to comics with co-writer Ralph Garman and artist Ty Templeton for the digital-first "Batman '66 Meets the Green Hornet."
Marvel's latest Alex Ross-illustrated variant cover sees the painter taking on the original X-Men, plus the "All-New, All-Different" cast.
Writer Kurt Busiek and artist Graham Nolan discuss "Astro City" #12, the first series issue drawn by a guest artist from start to finish.
"Amazing Spider-Man" returns in April, and with it comes a new cover in Alex Ross's series of variants celebrating Marvel's 75th anniversary.
A new "Daredevil" volume launches from Marvel Comics in March, and with it comes a variant cover from "Marvels" painter Alex Ross.
Writer Kurt Busiek speaks to CBR about "Astro City's" return at Vertigo, his four-part Winged Victory story and the current superhero pop culture landscape.
James Robinson and Leonard Kirk take over Marvel's "Fantastic Four" with a new #1 which finds the team facing new and dangerous challenges.
The "Marvels" painter returns to Marvel Comics for a series of variant covers in 2014 celebrating the publisher's 75th anniversary.
J.H. Williams III says farewell to "Batwoman," the "pre-apocalypse" gets bizarre, "Zero's" repeat performance and The Shadow enjoys his alone time.
As the debut of Chris Roberson's new "Doc Savage" series creeps closer, Dynamite Entertainment has provided CBR wth an exclusive first look at John Cassaday's retro-style variant cover for the first issue.
With Dynamite's announcement at Baltimore Comic Con of a new "Doc Savage" series, CBR News spoke with writer Chris Roberson about taking on one of the all-time great pulp heroes for a new generation.
This week, physics go haywire, Hank and Jean go all "Young Romance," Deadpool is the bomb, RoboCop takes a last stand, The Shadow gets the spotlight and Joe Fitzgerald goes to hell.
AMC has released Alex Ross' promotional poster image for "The Walking Dead" season four, which will appear at Comic-Con International 2013 in San Diego.
At a recent Los Angeles press event, director Guillermo del Toro discussed the recent "Pacific Rim: Tales from Year Zero" graphic novel, based on the recently-released feature film.
Alex Ross talks about melding the Golden Age and the modern day in "The Owl" as he and JT Krul's Dynamite take reignites the Project Superpowers universe with the story of a sidekick gone wild.
"Dark Knight" movie producer Michael Uslan returns to his first love as he writes the ultimate pulp crossover for Dynamite Entertainment in "The Shadow/Green Hornet: Dark Nights."
This week, Astro City receives a visitor from beyond, the Fearless Defenders "Fight!," things get explosive for the Winter Soldier and Scooby-Doo gets a message from the stars.
With the acclaimed series returning as a Vertigo title after a three-year absence from comic store shelves, painter Alex Ross explains how he worked to mature the look of "Astro City's" heroes
The screenwriter behind Guillermo del Toro's Robots Vs. Monsters epic, Travis Beacham explores the history of their world in "Pacific Rim: Tales From Year Zero" while sharing an exclusive look at pages from the OGN.
As Dynamite's pulp crossover "Masks" concludes with the reveal of a master villain, writer Chris Roberson pens a new tale of "The Shadow" to introduce the hero's murderous new nemesis.
Writer Kurt Busiek spoke with CBR about this summer's return of his multiple Eisner and Harvey Award winning series, "Astro City" with new publisher Vertigo Comics.
Courtesy of Dynamite, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "The Owl" #1 by J.T. Krul and Heubert Khan Michael, with covers by Alex Ross and Ardian Syaf. The Owl returns July 3!
It's X-Wings versus TIE Fighters in this exclusive preview of Brian Wood and Carlos D'Anda's "Star Wars" #5! The latest issue of Dark Horse's hit series goes on sale May 8.
Slow month for new releases in book market! Debate continues over Rick Perry editorial cartoon! Gerard Way and Shaun Simon talk "Fabulous Killjoys"! Interviews with Alex Ross and Paul Pope! Plus more!
First-quarter sales in the direct market up 29 percent over last year! Alex Ross talks about his early influence! John Ostrander on the art of the fill-in issue! Gene Simmons, fanzine contributor! Plus more!
Less than a month after announcing that Astro City will return in June as part of “DC proper,” DC COmics has revealed Kurt Busiek and Brent Anderson's superhero series will actually be released under the Vertigo banner.
Legendary Entertainment announced a graphic novel prequel to "Pacific Rim," scripted by the film's writer Travis Beacham with guidance from director Guillermo del Toro and an Alex Ross cover.
Comic Book Resources spoke with Jai Nitz about his upcoming "Dream Thief" from Dark Horse Comics, upending expectations, getting help from your friends and writing for yourself.
Kurt Busiek, Brent Anderson and Alex Ross' "Astro City" returns to comic shelves June 5 under the DC Comics publishing banner after a nearly three-year hiatus following the dissolution of Wildstorm.