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Augie focuses in on DC Comics' relaunch once more, reviews Image's "Shinku" and "Rodd Racer" and looks at iTunes' comics sales charts.
ROBOT 6's Tim O'Shea spoke with Jimmy Palmiotti about the writer's upcoming "Trailblazer" one-shot from Image Comics, his and Justin Gray's run on "Jonah Hex," the DC Comics Relaunch and more.
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR presents exclusive previews of "Mysterious Ways" #1, "Rodd Racer" and "Trailblazer." All three go on sale July 6, 2011.
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR presets an exclusive preview of "Chew" #19 by John Layman and Rob Guillory. "Flambe" continues July 7, 2011.
As he and Rob Liefeld's new time-travel buddy epic "The Infinite" hits in August, Robert Kirkman tells CBR how he built the world of the future, why he's making deluxe print editions of each issue and how they'll make a splash at Comic-Con.
Image Comics has provided CBR with exclusive previews for three books shipping this Wednesday June 29 including "Super Dinosaur" #3, "Butcher Baker" #4 and "Skullkickers" #8!
Writer/artist Toby Cypress gives CBR readers an exclusive look at his futuristic, sci-fi "Rodd Racer" one-shot, spilling the dirt on the Thunder Valley Rally and the truth about Rodd himself.
Doug Zawisza gives Image Comics' "Witch Doctor" #1 4 stars, calling it "an original story about the creepy corners of comics that comic book readers so frequently ask to visit, but never really get to see."
Augie is catching up on his superhero movies, and checks in with "Iron Man 2" this week, which attempts to do too much. Also, two Image Comics titles try to be "Lost," but is either successful?
This July, Image Comics will introduce a rating system designed to help retailers and parents gauge a comics content at a glance for physical and digital titles.
Incoming "Batman" writer Scott Snyder and lifelong friend Scott Tuft team with artist Atilla Futaki to create the historical horror epic “Severed” from Image Comics. CBR News spoke with the writers.
Image has released artwork and solicitation information for new comics on sale in September 2011, including new issues of "The Walking Dead," "The Infinite," "Chew," "Morning Glories," "Hack/Slash" and more.
"Haunt" co-creator Todd McFarlane spoke with CBR about shifting creative teams from Robert Kirkman and Greg Capullo to the incoming Joe Casey and Nathan Fox while sharing an exclusive look at Fox's art for #19.
While Telltale Games' "The Walking dead" video game adaptation features a new protagonist and follows a different timeline than the comic and television series, it remains true to Robert Kirkman's vision.
Tim O'Shea spoke with "Gladstone's School for World Conquerors" co-creator Andrew Smith about the book's first issue sell-out, the expanding the original graphic novel pitch into an ongoing series and more.
Courtesy of Image, CBR presents exclusive previews of "Gladstone's School for World Conquerors" #2 by Smith and Villavert & "Graveyard of Empires #1 by Sable and Azaceta out 6/15.
Courtesy of Image, CBR presents exclusive previews of "Deadlands: The Devil's Six-Gun" by Gallaher and Ellis and "Witchblade #145 by Marz and Sejic. Both are on sale June, 15, 2011.
AMC has released two photos from the second season of the hit zombie series "The Walking Dead." Created by Robert Kirkman and adapted for television by Frank Darabont, season two is slated to debut in the fall.
Image Comics has provided CBR with previews for four books shipping June 8, including exclusive looks at "Morning Glories" #10 and "Savage Dragon" #171!
With the first issue in stores now from Image Comics, artist Lee Moder spoke with CBR News about the creative process behind "Shinku," a modern Japanese vampire epic written by Ron Marz.
In writer Sam Sarkar's "The Vault" from Image, treasure hunters explore a mysterious underwater cavern, a shipwreck prone island and a deep sea digging robot. CBR has details and exclusive art.
Writer and artist David Hahn spoke with CBR News about the process of moving "All Nighter" from DC's now-defunct Minx line of graphic novels to a miniseries at Image Comics.