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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!
CBR staffers Steve Sunu and Kevin Melrose count down the top 15 covers of 2012 with showings from Dave Johnson, Jock, Rafael Grampa, Paolo Rivera and more of the industry's top cover artists.
The latest in Dark Horse's relaunch of its Comics Greatest World superheroes is the wild anthology "Catalyst Comix" with Joe Casey at the helm and Dan McDaid, Paul Maybury and Ulises Farinas riding shotgun.
This week, Peter Parker and Aunt May talk over pancakes, Black Manta goes head to head with Aquaman, Black Benny bangs the drums, Apocalypse goes all "Smallville," and someone's ringing for the butler in the crypt.
This week, Adrian Veidt submits, a femme fatale basks in the sun, a ballerina dances with danger, the Ninth Wave walks the tightrope and Em of Appleloft does her best Ophelia.
Courtesy of Dark Horse, CBR presents an exclusive preview of Brian Wood's "The Massive" #2. Wood, Kristian Donaldson and cover artists Rafael Grampa & John Paul Leon journey to the end of the world on July 11.
This week, Alan Fisher drives like hell, Max Damage goes out with a bang, Buffy Summers gets existential (again), and the world comes to an end -- not with a bang but with two covers.
Vertigo has posted several covers including "Saucer Country" #3, "Dominique Laveau: Voodoo Child" #3 and "The New Deadwardians" #3 and released new details on anthology book "Mystery in Space," coming in May.
Tim takes a close look at one of the best stories of the year - and maybe the best Wolverine story ever - from Marvel's "Strange Tales II" anthology by the amazingly multi-talented Rafael Grampa.
Ryan K. Lindsay reviewed "Strange Tales II" #1 and gave Marvel's indie-centric anthology 4-stars saying, "Funny, insightful, brutal, or just cool, this comic gives you bits of everything. "
Writer Scott Snyder strikes out on his own in a story that sees the first American Vampires land in 1930s Las Vegas for murder and intrigue based in and around the Depression's most depraved boom town.