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While "iZombie" co-creator Chris Roberson isn't involved in the CW adaptation of his Vertigo series, the writer said there's plenty for fans of the comic to enjoy.
This week, "Doop" hits the target, "Daredevil" tackles mass transit, "Velvet" shows off a simple elegance and more.
Dan Slott and Michael Allred's "Silver Surfer" #2 is "a thoroughly fun comic" and feels "far-reaching and cosmic."
Check out an exclusive first look at Mike Allred's "Batman '66"-themed variant covers for "Action Comics," "Batwoman" and "Earth 2."
"All-New Doop" scribe Peter Milligan joins X-Position to discuss everyone's favorite green mutant blob and the hidden aspects of "Battle of the Atom."
Paolo Rivera, Pop Mhan, Jock, Mike Allred and Julian Totino Tedesco's offerings all vie for CBR's Cover of the Week honors.
CBR presents exclusive previews of Dan Slott & Mike Allred's "Silver Surfer" #1 and Bendis, Pichelli & Marquez' "Guardians of the Galaxy" #13!
Rose McIver will play "Liv," a med student-turned-zombie, in the Rob Thomas pilot based on the Vertigo comic by Chris Roberson and Mike Allred.
Following his takeover of Axel-In-Charge last Friday, Marvel SVP of publishing Tom Brevoort talks "Silver Surfer," "Uncanny Avengers" and more!
Marvel has released a preview for Dan Slott and Mike Allred's totally tubular "Silver Surfer" #1, on sale March 26.
Jason Aaron joins X-Position for a wrap-session on "Wolverine and the X-Men" as the series heads to its final issue, and looks to his "Amazing" future.
Married comics creators offer their perspectives on sexism! Retailers rely on rewards and relationships! First Native American superhero comic poised for a comeback!
DC Comics' latest variant theme is "Batman '66," with Mike Allred illustrating 19 May-shipping covers in the style of the beloved '60s TV show.
Discussing the ebbs and flow of surfing, art and music, Mike Allred is completely dialed into the concept of his and Dan Slott's "Silver Surfer."
The latest in-development DC Comics-based TV project to get a pilot order is "iZombie," based on the 2010-2012 Vertigo series.
A pair of "Deadly Class" covers, "The Unwritten: Apocalypse," "Wonder Woman" and the retro "Batman '66" are our latest CotW candidates!
As "FF" comes to an end, ROBOT 6’s J. Caleb Mozzocco looks back fondly on the Future Foundation and what may have been Marvel’s most fun title.
At Image Expo, Jamie McKelvie, Chris Burnham, Paul Azaceta, Wesley Craig and Nick Dragotta discussed artistic methods with Image co-founder Erik Larsen.
Peter Milligan and David Lafuente launch "All-New Doop" in April, following the green X-Man's point-of-view during "Battle of the Atom."
Marvel has released a first look at the many stories contained in the "All-New Marvel NOW! Point One" #1 anthology issue, in stores Jan. 8.
Axel Alonso looks at how Marvel approaches titles from James Robinson's new "Fantastic Four" to Jason Aaron's final "Wolverine & The X-Men."
Barbara Gordon gets batty, Captain swings at his mighty shield, "FBP" reaps a whirlwind, "Avengers Arena" hits targets "Umbral" is multi-layered.
Vertigo series "iZombie" is in development as a TV series, with "Veronica Mars" creator Rob Thomas and collaborator Diane Ruggiero at the helm.
Mike Allred and Peter Milligan have a reunion of sorts when the artist provides a variant cover for Valiant's February-releasing "Shadowman" #15.
"Superior Spider-Man" writer Dan Slott visited the CBR TV Tiki Room to talk about "Silver Surfer," his All-New Marvel NOW! series with Mike Allred.
CBR News spoke with Dan Slott & Mike Allred about their new "Silver Surfer" series which sends the Norrin Radd on a journey of discovery across the Marvel Universe with a human traveling companion.
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of the digital-first "Batman '66" #14 by Jeff Parker & Ruben Procopio. The sinister somnambulist, the Sandman, returns Oct. 2!
After a week of cryptic teasers for their All-New Marvel NOW! launch, Axel Alonso explains the birth of new creative partnerships while showcasing “Guardians of the Galaxy’s” future.
The latest Marvel teaser image promotes something "Rad!" from Dan Slott and Mike Allred, with details promised in a little more than two weeks at New York Comic Con.
Marvel senior vice president of publishing Tom Brevoort confirmed exclusively to CBR that Matt Fraction is scaling back his duties on "Fantastic Four" and "FF" due to the scheduling demands of "Inhumanity."
Jeff Parker and company's digital comics version of Adam West's "Batman" debuts today, and THE BAT SIGNAL is back to hear about the history of the cult comedy adaptation and its impact on the 21st Century comic.
CBR spoke to Matt Fraction about his Marvel NOW! titles "Fantastic Four" & "FF" and the teams' encounter with multiple incarnations of Doctor Doom and a new version of the Frightful Four.
The writer of the Eisner-nominated "Hawkeye" and two Fantastic Four comics joins Marvel E-i-C Axel Alonso as Matt Fraction tells what made an unlikely hit huge and the FF go family first.
Swamp Thing turns to house-sitting, Tom Taylor goes straight to Hades, Darla Deering faces The Thing (and The Thing, and The Thing…), Marvel's first family gets lost in time and space and Deadpool screams for ice cream.
Jeff Parker discussed his new DC Comics digital-first series "Batman '66" with CBR, promising both the Julie Newmar and Eartha Kitt versions of Catwoman will appear in the series with Killer Croc, Joker and more.
DC Comics will expand its digital-first comics line this summer with the debut of "Batman ’66," a series based on the classic television series by Jeff Parker and Jonathan Case with Mike Allred covers.
ROBOT 6's Michael May makes the case for why you should be reading Matt Fraction and Michael Allred's "FF" -- and his case is Darla Deering, the aptly named "Miss Thing."
"FF" artist and "Madman" creator Michael Allred and colorist Laura Allred returned this morning from a trip to Arizona to find their home near Eugene, Oregon, burglarized.
Black Mask Studios, founded by "30 Days of Night" creator Steve Niles, has announced its launch titles including an issue of "Occupy Comics" that reunites "V For Vendetta" creative team Alan Moore and David Lloyd.
Did famed filmmaker Federico Fellini really write an Italian bootleg Flash Gordon comic in the late '30s? Did Charlton Comics get its start in a PRISON? And where's Mike Allred's "X-Force" character The Horn?