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CBR has the first look at colored pages from David Finch's "Wonder Woman" debut, plus a peek inside the first issue from the new "Supergirl" team.
As of November's "Supergirl" #36, writer Tony Bedard is off the series, with Mike Johnson returning alongside new co-writer Kate Perkins.
Writer Tony Bedard tells CBR about "Supergirl's" time as a Red Lantern, her multiple crossovers and what befalls the Maid of Might in "Futures End."
An assemblage of comic book pros gathered at Special Edition NYC to address the current state of the female superhero.
Tony Bedard and Emanuela Lupacchino will test Kara and her new Red Lantern powers like never before in "Supergirl" #32, on sale June 18 from DC.
Marguerite Bennett and a team of artists deliver a "well-rounded, thoughtfully developed Lois" in DC Comics' "Superman: Lois Lane" #1.
Malekith's battle against Thor comes to a head in January, courtesy of writer Jason Aaron and artists Ron Garney and Emanuela Lupacchino.
Writer Marguerite Bennett explores the importance of Lois Jane and explains Joker's Daughter's comic madness vs. real mental illness.
Writer Marguerite Bennett takes on "Superman: Lois Lane" and "Batman: Joker's Daughter" New 52 one-shots debuting February.
Valiant has provided CBR with an exclusive preview of Chrstos Gage and Joshua Dysart's "Bloodshot and the H.A.R.D. Corps" #15. The issue, featuring art and a cover by Emanuela Lupacchino, is on sale Oct. 16.
With both a title and creative shift, Joshua Dysart, Christos Gage and Emanuela Lupacchino's "Bloodshot and H.A.R.D. Corps" #14 is a great jumping-on point "filled with a compelling plot and diverse characters."
Valiant Executive Editor Warren Simons weighs in on the Eternal Warrior's return announced at Baltimore Comic-Con this weekend with a full gallery of images from the Valiant panel.
This October, Kelly Sue DeConnick & Brian Michael Bendis adapt another Derrick Storm adventure, their second OGN based on ABC's "Castle" TV series. CBR spoke with DeConnick about the project.
Kelly Thompson gave Marvel Comics' "X-Factor" #216 a 4 star review, calling the long-running Peter David written series "a solid superhero book from month to month, and this issue is no exception."
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR presents an exclusive first look at "X-Factor" #216, written by Peter David with art by Emanuela Lupacchino. The issue, with a cover by David Yardin, hits stores on Wednesday, March 2.