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Christmas is right around the corner, so take a page out of these comic books and deck some halls -- and maybe Santa, while you're at it!
Asked what hero he'd like to bring to life next, the "Firefly" alum pitched two of DC Comics more humorous do-gooders.
Because of the sheer size, it’s difficult to review "Convergence" in its entirety, but here are five series from the 89-issue event worth hunting down!
In response to a reader question, Tim takes a step back from the crush of current comics to reflect on what would make his All-Time Top 10 comics list. Can Kirby, Moore and Giffen make the cut?
CBR News toured Sony Online Entertainment's Austin HQ for a look behind the curtains at the "DC Universe Online," insight into the development process, new details on the game itself and a hands-on experience.
"Iron Man 2" pictures and footage hit in the Internet. "The Green Hornet's" sweet ride takes a thrashing. A "Scott Pilgrim" official photo at long last? Also, no "Hobbit" for Tobey Maguire and more.
Obscure '80s characters coming back, DC's space heroes stepping up strong, and new plans for the Batman and Superman franchises took the spotlight at the traditional fan discussion panel, and CBR was there.
Over the next few months, more than one hundred collected editions will be hitting the shelves at a store near you. Which ones are worthy of shelling out the big bucks? Tim takes a look and gives a run down of his Top 20.
If you only have time to read one column this week, it should be this one! Keith Giffen's back with his thoughts on the "All Star Batman & Robin" #10 fiasco, missing dialog in "Ambush Bug Year None" #2 and much more.
At Comic-Con International, the artist/writer spoke to fans about his entire career, from "Justice League" to"Ambush Bug" to "LoSH" to to writing for - hey, writing for CBR! (And Trencher and the Heckler, too.)
Fan-favorite comics creator Keith Giffen dishes on his anarchic upcoming six- issue miniseries “Ambush Bug: Year None,” and explains why it’s important for comics to bring back the funny.
Keith Giffen returns to share his thoughts on "Brave and the Bold," 1960s comic book dialog, what "Countdown" was counting down to, cholesterol drugs and a list of apologies in advance of July's "Ambush Bug: Year None."