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This week, it's Batman and Superman versus Batman and Superman, The Flash versus the Reverse Flash, The Rocketeer versus The Spirit, and Kate Bishop versus Madame Masque.
Could race to become U.K.'s City of Culture come down to Desperate Dan? Twenty percent of BOOM!'s creators in April were women! Interviews with Darwyn Cooke and Len Wein, plus Ben Caldwell! And more!
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.
This week, Hooded Justice goes ghostly, Batwoman and Wonder Woman go snake-hunting, Deadpool goes whaling, Mars goes all "Strangers in Paradise" and the Young Avengers go clubbing.
CBR staffers Steve Sunu and Kevin Melrose count down the top 15 covers of 2012 with showings from Dave Johnson, Jock, Rafael Grampa, Paolo Rivera and more of the industry's top cover artists.
This week, Silk Spectre gets ready for her close-up, Dr. Zaius will see you now, the pint-sized Thunderbolts go a little gun-crazy, Dex Perios takes a road trip, and what Shako hates, Shako destroys!
In this week's "Cover of the Week rundown, "47 Ronin" and "The Shadow" get bloody, "Fairest" gets sexy, "Iron Man" gets technical,and "Legends of the Dark Knight" gets -- a little creepy.
"Before Watchmen: Silk Spectre" artist/co-writer Amanda Conner stopped by the CBR Tiki Room at New York Comic Con to discuss her foray into writing, her dislike of drawing rocks and more.
DC Comics has provided CBR News with an exclusive first look at Michael Cho's variant for "Before Watchmen: Minutemen" #5. The issue, written and drawn by Darwyn Cooke, goes on sale December 5.
This week, Mothman takes a nap, Clint and Kate take aim, Metal Man takes to the water, Wonder Woman takes a walk and The Coyote takes a head.
DC Comics hosted a lively discussion about "Before Watchmen" at Fan Expo, where they announced a new title and a new inker for "Nite Owl."
Cartoonist Dave Thorne passes away at age 82. How Disney fans discovered Carl Barks! Darwyn Cooke talks in depth about Parker adaptations! A look at the "Homestuck" phenomenon! Plus much more
A closer look at women in comics! Drawn and Quarterly announces Art Spiegelman's "CO-MIX"! The digital comics scene at Comic-Con! Darwyn Cooke talks "Parker: The Score"! Plus, much more!
Writer/artist Darwyn Cooke hosted a lively discussion on his best-selling "Parker" GN series for IDW, including Bruce Timm's thoughts on "The Score," plus teases the franchise's future.
CSBG's Chad Nevett and Brian Cronin continue their series of joint-reviews for the "Before Watchmen" comics with a look at Darwyn Cooke and Amanda Conner's "Silk Spectre" #2.
This week brings the Comedian getting into the swing of things, Parker plotting a huge heist, more dead (and undead) than you can shake a stick at and the first issue of the Second Coming.
CSBG's Brian Cronin and Chad Nevett continue their conversational reviews of Before Watchmen with the release of Darwyn Cooke's "BW: Minutemen" #2. Come see what they thought of the issue!
This week's candidates for CBR's Cover of the Week find Popeye and Wimpy in the ring, Mr. Sinister's army on the move, Redmond on the run, Ozymandias in meditation and Cliff Secord in repose.
CSBG's Chad Nevett and Brian Cronin continue their weekly discussion of every issue of "Before Watchmen" with a look at the first issue of Amanda Conner and Darwyn Cooke's Silk Spectre miniseries
This week, Ali Baba relaxes, Nick Fury … doesn't, Polaris, Siryn and Wolfsbane hit the road, Nite Owl holds the key, and Jonathan Hickman gives us a hand. Or at least part of a finger.
Brian Cronin and Chad Nevett kick off their new "Before Watchmen" joint-review column with a look at Darwyn Cooke's Before Watchmen: Minutemen" #1
South Carolina library temporarily pulls Alan Moore's "Neonomicon" following challenge! Darwyn Cooke on why he agreed to "Before Watchmen"! In the kitchen with Kelly Sue DeConnick and Matt Fraction! Plus more!
CBR Reviewer Greg McElhatton tackles the creative output of DC's "Before Watchmen: Minutemen," and decides Darwyn Cooke's first issue will "turn out to be one of the top-tier comics in the bunch."
DC Comics and USA Today have released a preview of Darwyn Cooke's "Before Watchmen: Minutemen" #1, the first chapter of the summer-long event. The issue, with a back-up story by Len Wein and John Higgins, hits stores June 6.
A return appearance by Loki, Peter Panzerfaust taking a break from the war, Christian Walker and Deena Pilgrim keeping watch over the city, the world's worst - or best - tailgater, and Hollywoodland's fastest-rising star.
DC Comics has released a preview of its 30-second TV commercial for "Before Watchmen" that will debut Tuesday on BBC America, IFC and G4. "Minutemen #1" arrives Wednesday.
DC Comics Co-Publisher Dan DiDio responds to Alan Moore's criticism of "Before Watchmen," calling the project "a love letter" to Moore and Dave Gibbons' seminal 1986 miniseries.
They are the most anticipated titles of 2012 and CBR News was invited to to a first look at the first issues of DC Comics' "Before Watchmen" prequels.
DC has revealed two new variant covers for "Before Watchmen" including "Minutemen" #1 covers by Michael Golden and Jim Lee and Scott Williams.
While fans and retailers at C2E2 were given a first glimpse at interior art for DC Comics’ sprawling "Watchmen" prequels, today the publisher has raised the Internet's curtain on art and character designs for "Before Watchmen."
This week, Wonder Woman comes out with guns blazing, Cliff and Jenny keep the home fires burning, D.B. Cooper takes flight, "Rachel Rising" gives up the green and Prophet goes all "Prometheus."
DC Comics co-publishers Dan DiDio and Jim Lee discuss the controversies surrounding "Before Watchmen," directly addressing Alan Moore's issues with the publisher, Chris Roberson's public statements and more.
IDW Publishing has provided CBR with an exclusive preview of "Rocketeer Adventures" #2, in stores April 18 with stories by Paul Dini, Walt Simonson and more!
Darwyn Cooke on the long road to "Before Watchmen"! Ron Marz talks "Prophecy" and crossovers! Jack Kirby's son on growing up with the King of Comics! Paul Gravett interviews Robert Crumb! Plus more!
This go-around finds a backwoods vampire, a ghostly soldier, a sea of readers, clinging Moloids and a smashing Hulk all vying for Cover of the Week. Plus, March's Cover of the Month is revealed!
This week, John Carter returns to Barsoom, Princess Diana turns blacksmith, Aunt Kizzie goes back to her roots, Cliff Secord takes to the skies and Antlered-Zombie-Deer-Man...gives you the willies.
"Watchmen" creator Alan Moore elaborates his negative opinion of DC's upcoming "Before Watchmen" prequel, calling the endeavor "desperate" and his original contract "creator-hostile."
Addressing one of the reactions to his involvement in DC Comics’ "Before Watchmen" project, J. Michael Straczynski has tackled the question, "How would you feel if Babylon 5 was being done without your permission?"