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Cartoonist had complained of severe stomach pains. Driver in ZombieWalk crash pleads not guilty. Remembering Wildcat artist Irwin Hasen. Plus more!
"LEGO Ninjago" line has sold more than 2 million copies. "Mandrake" artist Fred Fredericks dies. Dave Sim checks himself into emergency room.
Augie falls in love with the Rat Queens, tracks Todd McFarlane's growth as an inker, and a whole lot more.
Augie has his hands on an early copy of the "Art of Todd McFarlane," an awesome retrospective of the last 25 years of McFarlane's career, even with some narrative difficulties. Also, Dave Sim follows through on his lettering.
Diamond Digital teams with Aardvark-Vanaheim to release Dave Sim's 25-part digital series, "Cerebus: High Society." The first issue is available free from comic book specialty shops now.
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?
IDW's Chris Ryall opens up on the publisher's January "Mars Attacks" event, bringing in everyone from Popeye to KISS to Transformers to mix it up with the Topps aliens, sharing an exclusive look at the all-star variant covers.
Augie goes shopping for Halloween and comes across an odd assortment of comic book-themed costumes. Plus, a comics documentary that's fair, alternate publishing for Cerebus, and lots more.
Image Comics PR master turned writer Joe Keatinge tells CBR about everything from the ongoing "Hell Yeah" and "Glory's" price raise to the status of "Brutal" with artist Frank Cho.
More on status of "Cerebus: High Society" negatives after fire! "Chew" and the rise of "foodie comics"! Brandon Graham on "Multiple Warheads" and manga influences! Plus more!
Fire guts building, destroying "Cerebus: High Society" negatives! Jim Lee reflects on 25 years in the industry! Paul Tobin talks "Colder"! Publisher's-eye-view of Scholastic book fairs! Plus much more!
The New York Times surveys the digital comics landscape! Warren Ellis on "the shape of the new webcomics"! Dave Sim turns to Kickstarter for digital "Cerebus"! Adam Warren talks "Empowered"! Plus more!
Learn how close we came to a Cerebus/X-Men crossover! Did a member of the Teen Titans almost debut in a trading card set? And marvel at how Neal Adams drew Richard Nixon into a Green Lantern comic...as a little girl!
Just in time for Disney's big screen extravaganza, discover the amazing behind-the-scenes connection between John Carter and the creation of Flash Gordon! Plus, legends about Spider-Ham and Superman!
Discover the secret origin of Peter Porker, the Spectacular Spider-Ham! Does it involve Cerebus?! Plus, legends about Ken Griffey and...comic books? And what minor Marvel superhero was nearly Captain Marvel?!
Did Marvel sue Dave Sim over the Wolverine parody Wolveroach? Did the makers of the Spider-Man film get sued over a billboard? And who or what is Speed Gordon? Find out this week!
This week, prepare yourself for the bizarre awesomeness that is - the "Adventures of Superpup!" Plus, legends involving Chris Claremont, Dave Sim, Cabretooth and John Byrne!
Laura Sneddon returns to wrap her first semester of Comic Studies, taking a look at the very different works of Seth and Dave Sim in "It's A Good Life If You Don't Weaken" and "Cerebus."
Tim concludes his look at Dave Sim's infuriating masterpiece "Cerebus" by providing a guide to all 16 volumes. Some of the best comics of all time, and some of the worst as well.
Tim reports on his quicker-than-expected mega-read of Dave Sim's "Cerebus" and talks about antagonistic artists, misguided readings and critical responses.
Tim returns from a comic shop discount bin hunt with reports of his findings, and the forces of Cerebus the Aardvark converge to plan reading schedule this month.
Cartoonist Dave Ryan spoke with CBR News about his long in development project, "War of the Independents," a self-funded series which embroils indie comics characters in their own universe-spanning, epic event.