NYCC: The Walking Dead: An Inside Look with Robert Kirkman
Comic Books, TV
Showing results 1-40 of 132
The 1990s were quite a time for silly superhero battle armors. CSBG counts down the top five silliest (in between laughs).
Gentle Giant unveils two new jumbo figures -- one from its "Batman: The Animated Series" line, the other from "DC Super Powers."
Star Wars and Marvel Comics characters dominate the week thanks to Hasbro, Hot Toys and Mr. Potato Head.
Comic-Con International: San Diego has come gone and gone, and with it a metric ton of reveals from DC Collectibles, Hasbro, NECA and many more!
DC Comics celebrates October with monster-themed variants, and CBR has the exclusive first looks at the covers for "Batman," "Sinestro" and more!
Last week's events in South Carolina made Joseph Illidge think about the newest crop of Black female heroes in comic books.
In their latest spotlight on "bad" comic book fights, CSBG examines when Catwoman took out a villain the entire Justice League couldn't defeat.
Square Enix has unveiled official images of the Variant Play Arts Catwoman action figure designed by Tetsuya Nomura.
The writer tells CBR a mob war, Spoiler's return and personal upheaval are all on the way in Selina Kyle's life as Queen of Gotham Crime.
Hot Toys shows off cute Avengers ready to battle Ultron, Batman has a big week and another look at Funko's "Firefly" figures!
To series writer Genevieve Valentine, Catwoman's bisexuality "wasn't a revelation so much as a confirmation."
Creators often drop stories from previous writers, like when Catwoman went from being Batman's love interest in the '80s to becoming a bad guy again.
Selina Kyle's story intersects with the Hasagaua crime family story in DC Comics' "Catwoman Annual" #2 by Genevieve Valentine & Patrick Olliffe.
Batman Group Editor Mark Doyle discusses his first year on the job, the myriad creative changes under his watch and his vision for the Bat family books.
Two jailed in New Mexico on stolen-property charges! Challenging comics' gender imbalance! Who stopped at NYCC to see world's most valuable comic book? More!
The new "Catwoman" writer tells CBR about Selina's upcoming game of thrones, her primary rivals and the perils of a bat-dressing billionaire boyfriend.
Funko unveils a variety of collectibles based on "Thor," "X-Men" and "American Horror Story" while Mattel resurrects Doomsday -- and more.
Writer Ann Nocenti discusses "Klarion," her new ongoing series with artist Trevor McCarthy that puts a horror/sci-fi spin on the magical character.
New-to-comics writer Genevieve Valentine and artist Garry Brown take on "Catwoman" this fall, with Selina Kyle joining the family business.
Was Madrox the Multiple Man originally named Zerox? Was there a cat on all of Jim Balent's "Catwoman" covers? Did Rube Goldberg sue Ideal over Mouse Trap?
"Justice League," "Superman" and "Harley Quinn" are among the final reveals for DC Comics' September "Futures End" 3D motion covers.
With "Gotham" officially landing on Fox's Fall schedule, CBR rounds up the DC Comics titles that will help fans prepare for Gotham City before Batman.
Ann Nocenti explains how the new "Catwoman" arc ties into "Forever Evil: Rogues Rebellion" and which supervillains are vying to win the Race of Thieves.
"Guardians of the Galaxy" MiniMates, DC Collectibles' latest and Captain America large scale figures from NECA and Sideshow debut!
New photos from the set of Fox's "Gotham" reveal young Bruce Wayne and Selina Kyle, the latter in her Catwoman garb.
On the Christmas Eve installment of "DC All Access," DC co-publisher Dan DiDio unveiled Frank Miller's cover for "Detective Comics" #27.
DC Comics' January solicitations reveal "Gothtopia," a new Bat-book based story starting in John Layman & Jason Fabok's "Detective Comics" #27 story.
This week saw the unveiling of a brand new deluxe Walking Dead figure, statues and figures based on DC and Marvel comics and even an Anchorman bobblehead!
Thrillbent co-founder John Rogers visited the CBR Tiki Room at WonderCon in Anaheim to discuss the difference between comics and TV work, working on "Catwoman," why the future is digital and more.
Veteran comic book creator Ann Nocenti, currently writing the monthly adventures of "Catwoman" and "Katana," discusses her DC Comics' Villains Month one-shots featuring the Joker's Daughter and The Creeper.
New solicits bring about all kinds of toy and statue reveals, including NECA's latest Aliens vs. Predator line-up, Gentle Giant's Yoda statue and McFarlane Toys' upcoming "The Walking Dead" series.
CSBG's Kaitlin Tremblay takes a look at the dualities of Catwoman and how she works (or doesn't work) as a feminist character by examining Jeph Loeb and Tim Sale's Catwoman: When in Rome.
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."
Brian Cronin tunes in at the same Bat-time, same Bat-channel to find out if actress Julie Newmar, the original Catwoman on the '60s "Batman" TV show, really patented a pantyhose that accentuates a woman's behind.
DC Comics has released a semi-spoilery preview for Geoff Johns and Brett Booth's "Justice League of America" #5. Learn the fate of Catwoman when the issue goes on sale June 26.
DC Comics has released a preview of "Catwoman" #21 by Ann Nocenti and Rafa Sandoval, featuring a cover by Terry & Rachel Dodson. The war between Catwoman and The Penguin ignites June 26.
Writer Ann Nocenti discusses her DC Villains Month books "The Creeper" & "Joker's Daughter" with CBR News, the link between the Joker's Daughter and Kate Moss and how she defines true evil.
Augie dissects a couple pages of Darwyn Cooke's "Catwoman" artwork to discover how cinematic storytelling can blend together with comic book idioms to make for great comics.
CBR's Steve Sunu explores what the shocking ending of Geoff Johns and Brett Booth's "Justice League of America" #4 may mean for the DCU's premiere super teams and the way fans view modern comics.
CSBG's Kelly Thompson is excited for what the future might hold in the wake of the recent flourish of great comic book film heroines. She chooses four stand-out performances and explains why each one means so much.