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An all-star ECCC panel of Image Comics creators teamed up to discuss genre writing, research process and upcoming projects.
Courtesy of IDW, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Danger Girl: The Chase!" #1 by Andy Hartnell & Harvey Tolibao. The Danger Girls pursue a ticking time bomb September 4!
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of the digital-first "Arrow" Ch. 16, "Sins of the Father." Legendary "Green Arrow" artist Mike Grell returns to the character 1/23.
Following the close-up look at art from "Before Watchmen," new images of DC's "Second Wave" of the New 52 have hit online, including interior images from "G.I. Combat," "Batman, Inc," "Dial H" and more.
Comic book writing duo Jimmy Palmiotti and Justin Gray spoke with CBR about theirs and artist Dan Panosian's version of the "Unknown Soldier," part of DC Comics' new war anthology "G.I. Combat."
DC Comics has released Dan Panosian's designs for the protagonist of Jimmy Palmiotti and Justin Gray's "G.I. Combat" backup story, "Unknown Soldier."
Courtesy of BOOM! Studios, CBR presents an exclusive 10-page preview of "Irredeemable" #19 by series creator Mark Waid and original series artist Peter Krause. The issue hits stores on Wednesday, November 3.
Courtesy of BOOM! Studios, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Irredeemable" #18 by the creative team of writer Mark Waid and artist Peter Krause. The epic war against the Plutonian continues on October 13.
In "Chaos War: God Squad," writer Marc Sumerak will send several members of the titular team straight to hell on a mission that just may turn the tide in the "Chaos War." We spoke with Sumerak about the one-shot.
The writer of "X-Factor Forever," Louise Simonson, answered fans' questions about revisiting the past while also giving an idea of what readers can look forward to. Plus, an exclusive look at art from issue #3!
In March, 2010, Louise Simonson returns to the Marvel Universe with "X-Factor: Forever," a five issue mini-series that picks up where the writer's original "X-Factor" run left off in 1991. We spoke with Simonson exclusively about the book.