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With the character's 75th anniversary upon us, a new petition wants President Obama to pay tribute to the DC Comics superhero on Feb. 11.
This week, we learn whether then Sen. Barack Obama really had "Saturday Night Live" pull a political sketch in 2008.
President Barack Obama joked during a White House event that Iron Man-like technology is in development, though it's not too far from reality.
In celebration of Presidents Day in the United States, CBR wants to know your favorite comic book appearance of President Barack Obama.
President Obama's recent "Jedi mind meld" flub, and his humorous attempt to correct it, reminds us that from the White House to the Pentagon to Buckingham Palace, nerds hold seats of power and influence.
The gloating representatives of the Emperor have responded to the Obama administration's dismissal of a petition to build a functioning Death Star, which cited among other things the project's cost-prohibitive nature.
"Spawn" creator and writer Todd McFarlane discusses directly tying in the results of the recent presidential election with the ongoing adventures of his two decade old series for "Spawn" #225.
With President Barack Obama's reelection last Tuesday, ROBOT 6's Corey Blake remembers the Obama comic books of the last four years, finding potential for them to evolve into something useful.
CBR News spoke with Chip Mosher about BOOM! Studios' "Presidential straw poll" where comic sales will determine the winner. Plus, an exclusive look at the Tim Pawlenty cover that could have been.
BOOM! Studios has announced the first-ever comic book Presidential Straw Poll, allowing readers to cast their vote for President of the United States by ordering the corresponding biographical comic.
President Obama makes a cameo in DC's "Flashpoint"! EC Comics Library lineup! Otakon draws 31,000 fans! Walt Simonson talks "Thor"! Greg Pak reflects on "Incredible Hulk"! Plus much more!
Writer/artist Jimmie Robinson returns to comics with November's "Bomb Queen VI" #2 which pits the sadistic villainess against the current president of the United States, Barack Obama.
Image has announced that each issue of the "Guardians of the Globe" miniseries will feature a bonus story by Chris Giarrusso featuring a member from the mock-Guardians teaser campaign, starting with President Obama.
Yesterday, we learned that "Buffy Season 8" villain Twilight's identity would be revealed in issue #33. Later, a cover image identifying Twilight as President Obama surfaced. We spoke with editor Scott Allie for the real story.
Jimmie Robinson’s Bomb Queen faces a post-Bush world where her new enemy will be her greatest yet: President Obama, in an appearance that turns the Obama comics trend upside down. We spoke with Robinson.
Rob Liefeld returns full-time to his Image series as both writer and illustrator, and spoke with CBR about what fans can expect from "Youngblood" #9, which puts President Barack Obama in the crosshairs of some very bad people.
Dynamite tweaks the presidential comics trend with an "Army of Darkness" miniseries that mixes the Commander-in-Chief with Detroit's boom stick madman. We spoke with writer Elliott Serrano about "Ash Saves Obama."
Courtesy of IDW, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale next week including "Angel: After the Fall" #22, "Barack Obama" #1, "G.I. Joe" #4, "Groom Lake" #3, "Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan" #2 and more.
Bo Obama, the U.S. President's new Portuguese Water Dog puppy, will guest-star in the fourth issue of Marvel Comics’ “Lockjaw and the Pet Avengers.” CBR has a high-res look at the story.
The creator of “Armageddon Now” and numerous superhero characters over the years, Rob Liefeld talks to CBR TV about his most well known project, Image Comics’ “Youngblood," featuring President Barack Obama.
Courtesy of Dynamite Entertainment, CBR brings you an exclusive first look at Todd Nauck's cover for "Army Of Darkness: Ash Saves Obama" #1. Written by Elliot Serrano with art by Ariel Padilla, on sale in August.
An early look at art from "Barack: The Barbarian," changes at McFarlane Toys, comics publishers paying up (or are they), issue numbering at Marvel, beating the pirates at their game and more. UPDATED with a review of "Wolverine."
Marvel's Barack Obama-starring Spider-Man comic book came out on top for the second month in a row, with DC's "Watchmen" leading the trade paperbacks list once again. Check out the complete estimates here.
Former DC Senior Editor Jeff Mariotte has created “Garrison” with artist Francesco Francavilla. CBR News speaks with Mariotte and takes an exclusive first look at “the most dangerous man in the world.”
Unsurprisingly, Marvel's Barack Obama-starring Spider-Man comic book came out on top in January, with DC's top offering being "Final Crisis" #6 and Image taking the prize for best-selling trade with "The Walking Dead" Vol. 9.
The long national nightmare is officially over -- Keith Giffen has returned! After far too long of a break, Giffen is back at CBR to share his opinion on pretty much everything, and if you're in his sights, well, you're definitely in trouble.
Two new Obama-themed one-shots will follow IDW Publishing's massively successful "Presidential Material" comic by Jeff Mariotte and Tom Morgan. Plus, an exclusive look at the J. Scott Campbell cover for the first one-shot.
In this first installment of WAID TV, Mark Waid answers fan questions on a range of topics, including Geoff Johns & Alex Ross' "Thy Kingdom Come," his favorite work of his own, and Superman's Social Security number.
In response to continuing strong sales, Marvel Comics has sent 'Amazing Spider- Man" #583, guest starring new U.S. President Barack Obama, back to press for a fifth printing with a new version of the Phil Jimenez cover.
Erik Larsen dives into the story of 121 days told in 121 panels to prepare his signature character for a new beginning. CBR News spoke with the writer-artist about "Savage Dragon" #144.
CBR talks to Ben Templesmith about IDW’s “The Presidents of the United States,” which features portraits by the artist of America’s 44 Commanders in Chief.
What does Roy Lichtenstein's art have to do with the Obama poster we discussed last week? You might be surprised. Plus, thoughts on the big news of the week along with the death of a quirky trades paperback theme.
New Republic journalist Michael Crowley and "Shooting War" artist Dan Goldman invite readers to relive the twists and turns of the 2008 presidential contest in "08: A Graphic Diary of the Campaign Trail," on sale this week.