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Five decades later, Al Plastino's Superman pages finally reach Kennedy library! Ecuadorian newspaper fined for cartoon! Waid and Haspiel! Robinson! Plus more!
The Fox takes on the King of Diamonds in Archie's latest Red Circle release, "The Fox" #4 by Dean Haspiel & Mark Waid, plus DeMatteis' Shield backup!
Actor seriously injured during performance sues producers, others! Japan upset by South Korean exhibit at Angouleme! Interviews with Waid, Lloyd and Stegman!
Mark Waid and Chris Samnee bring Marvel's current "Daredevl" volume to a pre-relaunch close with issue #36, on sale Feb. 19.
A "What If? Age of Ultron" miniseries and a special "Daredevil" flash-forward issue are in the cards for Marvel's April releases.
Mark Waid & Mark Bagley tell CBR about their new volume of "Hulk" which turns the lives of both the title character and his alter ego, Bruce Banner, upside down.
Dean Haspiel explains the inspiration for his take "The Fox," saying, "I have been trying to ape the feeling I got when I saw 'Raiders of the Lost Ark' for the first time."
The effects of "Inhumanity" continue to rack the Marvel U in Mark Waid's latest issue of "Indestructible Hulk."
Dynamite has provided CBR with exclusive previews of its Dec. 18 releases, including "Mark Waid's Green Hornet" #8, "Red Sonja" #6 and more
CBR presents an exclusive preview of Mark Waid and Dean Haspiel's "The Fox" #2 featuring the debut of She-Fox!
Mark Waid and new series artist Mahmud Asrar's "Indestructible Hulk" #16 follows up on the time-travel arc with a strong issue.
Artist Shane Davis recounts his experience drawing "Shadow Walk," Legendary Comics' OGN created by Mark Waid, Max Brooks & Thomas Tull.
"Daredevil" writer Mark Waid answered a variety of fan questions about his storied career at Long Beach Comic & Horror Con.
A new "Daredevil" volume launches from Marvel Comics in March, and with it comes a variant cover from "Marvels" painter Alex Ross.
Mark Waid's acclaimed "Daredevil" run continues in a new volume that takes the Man Without Fear to San Francisco, and CBR spoke with Waid about the relaunch.
Mark Waid and Chris Samnee will launch a new "Daredevil" ongoing series in March as the Man Without Fear heads to California.
Mark Waid and the Sons of the Serpent continue to make Matt Murdock's life hell in December's "Daredevil" #34.
With his "Green Hornet" saga half done, Mark Waid discusses what's to come for his take on the classic pulp hero. Plus, read the first issue, free!
The Voice is silenced but new threats rise to menace Century City on Nov. 6, in the latest "Green Hornet" from Mark Waid and Ronilson Freire.
Bruce Banner is poised to do some pre-"Inhumanity" destruction later this month, courtesy of writer Mark Waid and artist Clay Mann.
Mark Waid and Peter Krause's latest collaboration is "Daredevil: Road Warrior," a Marvel Infinite Comic taking the title character cross country.
Mark Waid ends his Eisner-winning time with the Man Without Fear in the Marvel Infinite Comic "Daredevil: Road Warrior."
"The Fox" co-writer/artist Dean Haspiel discusses bringing the classic character into Archie Comics' Red Circle imprint.
Matt Murdock's monstrous adventure continues this November in Mark Waid, Chris Samnee and Jason Copland's "Daredevil" #33.
A letters column in "Daredevil" #34 and a tweet from series artist Chris Samnee indicate that Mark Waid's current run will conclude with issue #36.
Mark Waid's fan-fave crossover continues in an exclusive preview of IDW's "The Rocketeer/The Spirit: Pulp Friction" #2.
Reports of Syrian cartoonist Akram Raslan's execution remain unconfirmed. Plus, the NYCC wrap-up: interviews with Mark Waid, Dustin Nguyen & more!
CSBG's latest installment of comic book Easter Eggs spotlights Mark Waid and Chris Samnee's "Daredevil" run, including awesome TV cameos like Alex P. Keaton, Sally Draper and more!
Gold Key properties "Magnus," "Turok," "Solar" and "Doctor Spektor" have a new home at Dynamite Entertainment, and CBR News talked to Greg Pak, Fred Van Lente and more about the revival.
Mark Waid is the latest name to be revealed as part of Dynamite Entertainment's mystery event, as CBR debuts the fourth and final teaser leading up to the publisher's NYCC announcement.
ComiXology passes 200 million-download milestone! Pantheon acquires rights to Michael Cho's first graphic novel! Interviews with Mark Waid, Jaime and Gilbert Hernandez, Jamal Igle and more!
Thrillbent co-founder John Rogers visited the CBR Tiki Room at WonderCon in Anaheim to discuss the difference between comics and TV work, working on "Catwoman," why the future is digital and more.
Writer Mark Waid and artist Dean Haspiel discuss the upcoming series "The Fox" and how they plan to bring the character to the universe of Archie Comics' "The New Crusaders."
Following the news of his co-ownership of Alter Ego Comics in Muncie, Indiana, Mark Waid reveals his store has struck a business partnership with Art Baltazar and Franco's Aw Yeah Comics in Skokie, Illinois.
Jon Schepp's documentary about "Superman Lives," the scrapped Tim Burton film starring Nic Cage as the Man of Steel, Chris Rock as Jimmy Olsen, Tim Allen as Brainiac, has released a teaser trailer.
"Daredevil" and "Indestructible Hulk" writer Mark Waid spoke with CBR about becoming a co-owner of Alter Ego Comics in Muncie, Indiana, and how it fits in with his passion for digital comics.
Dynamite Entertainment has provided CBR with advance looks at new comics on sale Wednesday, August 28, including "Masks" vol. 1 TP, "Miss Fury" #5, "Uncanny" #3 and "Mark Waid's The Green Hornet" #5.
Courtesy of Dynamite, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Mark Waid's The Green Hornet" #5 by Waid and Ronilson Freire. After the fall, Britt Reid tries to put his life together Aug. 28.
Doug Zawisza gives "Daredevil" #30 5 stars, calling the issue by writer Mark Waid and artist Chris Samnee "another example of what great comics should look like."
CSBG's Brian Cronin explores the theory that Mark Waid's critically-acclaimed "Daredevil" is overpraised due to its unique old-school style, comparing it to actual average superhero comics from 1973.