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Marvel delivers exclusive first looks at Rick Remender & Daniel Acuna's "Uncanny Avengers" #25 and Sam Humphries & Freddie Williams' "Star-Lord" #4.
DC Comics' digital division brings the talent behind its digital-first comics, including Marc Guggenheim, Kyle Higgins, Cat Staggs and more.
Brain Boy must escape a psychic cage before he goes insane in Dark Horse's "Brain Boy: The Men From G.E.S.T.A.L.T." #3 by Fred Van Lente & Freddie Williams.
Fred Van Lente & Freddie Williams II's "Brain Boy: The Men from G.E.S.T.A.L.T." #2 finds Price mentally battling from the seat of an airplane.
Fred Van Lente and Freddie Williams II kick off an all-new "Brain Boy" series on May 21, and CBR has your exclusive first preview!
Writer Fred Van Lente draws on his own experience at the UN to bring Dark Horse superhero "Brain Boy" to life in a new series where the "psychic a-hole" gets caught in Secret Service intrigue.
ROBOT 6's Tom Bondurant takes a look at DC Comics' newest title, "The Movement" #1 by Gail Simone and Freddie Williams II, noting it "succeeds by playing with familiar superhero tropes."
DC Comics has released a preview of Gail SImone and Freddie Williams III's "The Movement" #1. Super powers and social activism collide on May 1!
A Chicago mash-up of DC Comics and Vertigo talent collide at DC's All Access panel featuring Brian Azzarello, Kyle Higgins, Art N Frano and more discuss their series and the future of DC in Chicago.
Writer Gail Simone spoke to CBR News about the heroes of her new DC Comics series "The Movement" as well as the struggles of balancing entertainment with large-scale political ideas.
Dark Horse has provided CBR with covers debuting at this weekend's Emerald City Comic Con, including an exclusive first look at Paolo Rivera's "2 Past Midnight" variant covers featuring Ghost, X and Captain Midnight!
For their first ongoing series based in the New 52, Art Baltazar and Franco Aureliani hit the big time with a team of boy trillionaires in DC Comics' "The Green Team," a high adventure story of cash and superheroes.
Following Thursday’s cancellations, DC Comics has announced two new politically themed series from Gail Simone and Freddie Williams III, and Art Baltazar, Franco and Ig Guara: "The Green Team" and "The Movement."
This May, Dark Horse grows its superhero pantheon with a revival of '60s hero "Brain Boy" from Fred Van Lente and the all-new hero Blackout. Mike Richardson explains how it all comes together.
Starting this week, a new feature is cropping up in the pages of DC Comics titles with Channel 52 promising "All the news" and "Some of the facts" about their superhero titles.
Writer Judd Winick spoke with CBR about September's "Green Arrow" #0 origin issue, how it fits into Ann Nocenti's run and what it was like returning to the Emerald Archer in his New 52 incarnation.
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Captain Atom" #7 by JT Krul and Freddie Williams II featuring a cover by Mike Choi. Death comes from the future March 21.
"Captain Atom" delves into the nuclear-powered hero's origin in #7, and CBR spoke with writer J.T. Krul about his reimagined powers in the New 52 and what to expect for the future.
J.T. Krul spoke with CBR News about his two new series from DC Comics, a relaunched "Green Arrow" and a brand new "Captain Atom" featuring "big, epic science fiction storytelling with a solid human core."
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "JSA All-Stars" #13 by Matthew Sturges and Howard Porter with a cover by originals series artist Freddie Williams II. The issue hits Thursday, December 2.
CBR News catches up with Matthew Sturges and Freddie E. Williams II, the writer/artist team that will be bringing "JSA All-Stars" to comic books stores in December.
DC has announced that “Justice Society of America” will be split into two titles by the end of the year. CBR spoke with Matthew Sturges, writer of the new book, entitled, “JSA All Stars,” starring Power Girl and Magog.
Michael Miller was first introduced in 1959, but became a major player in "Final Crisis." We spoke to writer Matthew Sturges about why – after 50 years – it was time to give Human Flame his own solo series.