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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.
Courtesy of IDW Publishing, CBR brings you a look at the fourth printing cover of "Presidential Material: Barack Obama," which hits stores again on February 4.
Rich takes a long look at the changes Diamond is making and how it affects publishers, more ways the struggling economy is affecting comics, is Mark Waid actally Evil, more Obama in comics, a "Glamourpuss" preview and much more.
With the first two printings of "Amazing Spider-Man" #583 selling out immediately, Marvel Comics is going back to press for a third printing of the special issue that guest stars U.S. President-Elect Barack Obama.
CBR News checked in with writer Zeb Wells and artist Todd Nauck about the instant sell-out “Amazing Spider-Man” #583, blessed with Barack Obama on the cover, from a signing at Alakazam Comics in Irvine, CA.Updated
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR brings you an exclusive first look at the cover of "Youngblood" #8, featuring U.S. President Elect Barack Obama. Written and drawn by Rob Liefeld, this issue goes on sale in February.
In response to national media attention and concerns over availability, Marvel has gone back to press on "Amazing Spider-Man" #583, guest-starring Barack Obama, and CBR has the Diamond order code and variant cover!
Marvel Comics Editor-in-Chief Joe Quesada appeared on CNN’s “American Morning” on Friday to discuss “Amazing Spider-Man” #583, the upcoming issue featuring U.S. President Elect Barack Obama sharing a fist-pound.
USA Today is reporting that next week’s issue of “Amazing Spider-Man” will feature President Elect Barack Obama being saved by the web-slinger with artist Phil Jimenez providing an Obama variant cover.
On Thursday's episode of "The Colbert Report," Stephen Colbert and Marvel EiC Joe Quesada offer up a signed copy of "Amazing Spider-Man" to Spidey fan Barack Obama in return for an appearance on the show.
Tennessee legislator Jason Mumpower has been officially cleared of any ethics violation concerning a 17,000-strong comic book collection he did not disclose amongst his valuable assets.
In a piece produced for a Chicago website, comics creator Erik Larsen became the first to depict Barack Obama in his new role as President Elect. In the one-page piece, Obama thanks the Savage Dragon for his support.
It's a big one this week as Rich uncovers a nasty scam one artist is attempting to pull on the industry by claiming he's Art Adams, new creator owned work from Ellis & Granov, word of Bat-series changes coming next year and more. Updated
The Daily Bugle has contradicted earlier reports that Stephen Colbert won the U.S. Presidency in the Marvel Universe, and has announced Barack Obama as the victor. "Oops, our bad," says Marvel's Joe Quesada.
It's Election Day in the USA! Voting is the most important civil right a citizen can exercise, and CBR encourages everyone eligible to go vote for the candidates and ballot measures you support. Need help? We've got some links.
With the U.S. Presidential Election in its final days, CBR presents a gallery not of traditional political cartoons, but rather creative and humorous political expressions unique to the comic book and internet cultures.
Joe Casey shares with CBR his pitch for "Executive Power," a Marvel series you'll never see that would've starred the winner of the U.S. Presidential election and depicted his dealings with superheroes.
"Presidential Material" publisher IDW is auctioning off J. Scott Campbell's now- classic covers to the biographic comics, with proceeds benefitting the Wounded Warriors Project.
U.S. Presidential candidate Barack Obama continued to court the "geek vote" at a charity function in New York City last night, saying he was born on Krypton and sent by his father, Jor-El, to "save the planet Earth."
Comics Industry For...Obama! director Sarah Grace McCandless is looking to rock the vote with the help of her comic book friends, with "The Goon's" Eric Powell stepping up to design the logo for the initiative.
Will IDW's presidential comics turn the tide of the election? Are they worth your time? Augie has your first look. Also, as a point of thematic balance, a review of the original "Slapstick" mini-series. All this and more in PIPELINE!
Courtesy of IDW Publishing, CBR brings you exclusive previews of "Presidential Material: Barack Obama" and "Presidential Material: John McCain," the new comics biographies of the leading candidates for President of the USA.
CBR spoke with some of the creators behind the upcoming John McCain and Barack Obama comic biographies who explain how craft will trump campaign on the page
Lots of stuff this week including what Alex Ross and Barack Obama have in common, the latest Platinum Studios moves, the first batch of rumors from Chicago, Tokyopop not returning rights for creator-owned books and more. UPDATED