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Whether it's questions about Marvel NOW!, theories on AMC's "The Walking Dead" or reactions to a "Death of the Family" shocking reveal, CBR has you covered with forums dedicated to discussing comics, movies, games and more!
"Dredd" actors Karl Urban and Olivia Thirlby discuss their roles and character work in the upcoming Judge Dredd film adaptation.
An Indiana Pacers small forward builds a Batcave, "Daredevil" takes Cover of the Week, Kelly Thompson expounds on gender equality in comics and frequent Q&As on ROBOT 6.
From the stunning superhero debuts of the year to the introspective graphic novels and from the most compelling print releases to the future of digital, CBR offers one last look at the 100 very best comics of 2011.
Wrapping our week-long celebration of the best comics of 2011, the CBR staff lays out their picks for the ten best comics of the 2011 including fan favorite monthlies, legendary art comics makers and web-powered wunderkinds.
CBR's penultimate entry in the week-long countdown of the best comics of 2011 brings massive superhero relaunches, intense and personal graphic novels, true crime drama and candy-coated kids comics.
The countdown of the best comics of the year continues as the CBR staff highlights exceptional sci-fi serials, new and established voices in the world of art comics, the most surprising mature readers titles out there and more.
CBR's countdown of the best comics offered in 2011 continues with the year's most innovative digital comic, critically acclaimed vampire serials, culture clash crossovers, groundbreaking manga and inventive superheroics.
In the first part of our year-end tradition, CBR's staff unleashes a list of the coolest comics of the year including controversial graphic novels, reborn vigilante series, cutting edge horror comics and old favorites reborn.
PRESS RELEASE: THE FLASH co-writer Brian Buccellato joins CBR/Golen Apple's DC New 52 Wrap Party this Friday
PRESS RELEASE: CBR & Golden Apple Comics Present the DC Comics New 52 Wrap Party in Los Angeles 9/30
As 2011 gets ready to take over the talk of the comics business, CBR News places its top 100 comics of last year together to crunch the numbers on the big critical winners of 2010 and prepare for what's next.
As the clock ticks down on 2010, CBR ranks the top ten stories that had readers, retailers and creators buzzing from the past 12 months from DC's restructuring to the advent of a major legal digital marketplace and more!
CBR presents the ten best comics of the year as voted on by our staff with choices that include in-depth character studies, over-the-top action serials, visionary takes on classic stories and more!
CBR's Top 100 Comics of 2010 countdown continues as a number of new hits and old favorites duke it out as we come closer to our top ten with showings from Jim McCann, Kieron Gillen, Nick Spencer and more.
The third installment of CBR's annual comics countdown rolls in with envelope-pushing genre comics and historical fiction both sweet and strange, a few webcomics and much more.
2010 was a big year for comics, especially when it came to behind the scenes business dealings, but what was the biggest story? Was it DC's restructuring, $3.99, CCI staying put, IDW a premier publisher or something else? UPDATED
To mark the final week of 2010, the entire CBR team comes forces in order to bring you a countdown of the very best comics of the year, from monthlies to manga and from independents to the Big Two and beyond!
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CBR announces its plans for wall-to-wall coverage of this year's New York Comic Con at the Jacob Javits Center in New York City, with details on live reporting, blogging and CBR TV's "magical" tiki room.
CBR brings our 42’ yacht back to Comic-Con International in San Diego for the fourth CBR Boat Show! The video show sails on and we've got all the details on how you can book an interview!
CBR is looking for a handful of brave souls to help cover panels and events during Comic-Con International in San Diego. Read the story for further details and how you can apply!
CBR is looking to add a part-time Assistant Online Editor in Los Angeles to its ranks, effective February 2010. Think you've got what it takes? Read on for further details.
CBR Executive Producer Jonah Weiland raises a glass in honor of the one-year anniversary of the Comic Book Resources relaunch last April, detailing what changes have taken place since with an exciting announcement of our own.
Upgraded and rebuilt from the ground up, the all-new CBR is here! In this memo to our readers, Executive Producer Jonah Weiland introduces the team behind the site and spotlights new CBR features and contributors.