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Batman turns 75, and party guests include Neal Adams, Jim Lee, Geoff Johns, Frank Miller, Grant Morrison, Denny O'Neil, and Scott Snyder.
Legendary creator Neal Adams visits the CBR Speakeasy to talk about his work on "Blood," what defines a graphic novel and if politics belong in comics.
What plan could mean for retail stores and the tablet! The popularity of hardcore gay manga in the U.S.! John Romita Jr.! Neal Adams! Esther Pearl Watson! Plus more!
Batman celebrates his 75th Anniversary in style with "Detective Comics" #27, "one of the best ever anniversary issues of its kind."
The debut issue of the "Batman: Black and White" revival is "unexpectedly light and funny" with stories from a diverse roster of creators and featuring characters across the Batman mythos.
Metropolis, Illinois -- best known for its official designation of "Hometown of Superman" -- once had plans for a theme park called the Amazing World of Superman with concept art by Neal Adams.
At Comic-Con, Legendary artist Neal Adams and author/historian Rafael Medoff screened their "They Spoke Out" motion comics based on the historical figures who tried to stop the Holocaust.
Scholars to present 1825 comic at Glasgow conference! Which digital comic will win the Eisner? Interviews with Stan Lee, Neal Adams, Tom Taylor and Tom Rasch! A visit to Chicago’s International School of Comics! More!
"One Piece" returns after two-week hiatus! Is Dubai the world's next major comics center? Why Superman stands the test of time! A look back at crusade to get Siegel and Shuster credit and benefits! Plus more!
DC has released an array of "Superman Unchained" #1 variant covers by Bruce Timm, Dave Johnson, Neal Adams and more that celebrate Superman over the course of 75 years.
Comparing Image's worldwide pre-orders and U.S. sales estimates! Mark Waid pays tribute to Carmine Infantino! Interviews with Neal Adams, Gilbert Hernandez, Roger Langridge and more!
Neal Adams profiled! More on evidence that Fredric Wertham misrepresented facts in "Seduction of the Innocent"! How comiXology's Guided View made comics easier to read for on newcomer! Plus more!
The hedge fund propping up Stan Lee Media's battle for Marvel characters! Wertham was wrong -- and apparently dishonest! Neal Adams looks back on his career! "Penny Arcade" team talks "Strip Search"! Plus more!
Marvel has provided CBR with exclusive previews of two of next week's new releases: Brian Michael Bendis and David Marquez's "Ultimate Comics Spider-Man" #13 and Neal Adams and Christos Gage's "First X-Men" #1
Valiant Entertainment has released a lettered preview for "Archer & Armstrong" #1 written by Fred Van Lente with art by Clayton Henry. The fourth title of Valiant's relaunch debuts August 8.
Christos Gage answers your questions on writing both sides of the AvX conflict, the status of Rogue and Magneto's relationship and "The First X-Men." Plus, exclusive AvX throwdown art from "X-Men Legacy" #269!
CBR News spoke to writer Christos Gage about "The First X-Men," a 5-issue miniseries debuting in August that examines the earliest battles for mutant rights with legendary artist Neal Adams.
This week, Marvel Comics E-i-C Axel Alonso looks at some of the hidden characters of the Marvel U as Rachel Summers, the Protector and more hit "AvX" hard while Neal Adams preps unseen X-Men.
Following yesterday's teaser image, artist/creator Neal Adams and writer Christos Gage expounded on the upcoming X-Men series "The First X-Men" with details on the presence of mutants prior to "X-Men" #1.
Learn how close we came to a Cerebus/X-Men crossover! Did a member of the Teen Titans almost debut in a trading card set? And marvel at how Neal Adams drew Richard Nixon into a Green Lantern comic...as a little girl!
Marvel has released an early look at the first issue of Matt Fraction and Terry Dodson's "Defenders." Doctor Strange, Namor and more band together in December.
Marvel Comics has released a variant cover for the first issue of Matt Fraction and Terry Dodson's "Defenders" by the legendary Neal Adams.
CBR News spoke with writer Brian Michael Bendis about his plans for "New Avengers," from Daredevil joining the team to the reemergence of old threats like Norman Osborn and a revitalized H.A.M.M.E.R.
Writer Brian Michael Bendis teams up with Executive Editor Tom Brevoort to discuss the return of the Dark Avengers in "The H.A.M.M.E.R. War," the birth of the Revengers and the buildup to the Avengers movie.
The legendary artist who makes his return to Marvel in the upcoming "New Avengers" #16.1 will apparently take his pencils next to the man called Logan as Neal Adams teases a Wolverine project with writer Christos Gage.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR presents an advance preview of "Punisher" #1 by writer Greg Rucka and artist Marco Chechetto featuring covers by Hitch, Buscema and Adams, on sale August 3, 2011.
Joe Staton, Joe Quinones, Shane Davis and the legendary Neal Adams spoke to fans a HeroesCon about their various contributions to the mythology of DC Comics' Green Lantern franchise.
Comic shop owner Jud Meyers talks out issues of retail, fandom and more with Tom Brevoort, from debate over Marvel's lack of a Vertigo-like line, sales on comic book deaths and the status of Neil Gaiman's "Marvelman."
Marvel Comics has released an advance look at "Captain America" #1, the new Steve Rogers starring series by Ed Brubaker and Steve McNiven launching on July 13.
The legendary artist behind Marvel's "The Kree-Skrull War" will return to the Avengers franchise this fall with a special #16.1 issue of "New Avengers" by series scribe Brian Michael Bendis.
Marvel's Tom Brevoort wraps the week expounding upon the role of legendary creators and methods in the modern market and updating readers on the Kirkman/Liefeld "Killraven," the Loeb/Campbell "Spider-Man" and more.
Dark Horse Publisher Mike Richardson spoke with CBR News about the flagship anthology's April relaunch for #1 with names like Miller, Adams and Chadwick and shares the exclusive full lineup and art.
The legendary Bat-team of Denny O'Neil and Neal Adams took the Comic-Con stage to discuss their 70s Batman revamp joined by moderator Mark Evanier and former "Batman" and "Detective" editor Paul Levitz.