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CBR's Comic Book TV Show Reading List: "Supergirl," "Gotham," "Agent Carter" & More

CBR's Comic Book TV Show Reading List: "Supergirl," "Gotham," "Agent Carter" & More

Keep your favorite characters' adventures going through the holiday season with these selections inspired by today's comic-based TV shows.

CBR's Comic Book TV Show Reading List: "Flash," "Jessica Jones," "Arrow" and More

CBR's Comic Book TV Show Reading List: "Flash," "Jessica Jones," "Arrow" and More

Keep your favorite characters' adventures going through the holiday season with these selections inspired by today's comic-based TV shows.

Perfect Summer Reading Comics For Kids, Teens & Adults

Perfect Summer Reading Comics For Kids, Teens & Adults

Ready to dive into new comics for your summer reading? Check out CBR's recommended titles for readers of all ages.

READING LIST: The Essential Frank Miller

READING LIST: The Essential Frank Miller

With the new "Sin City" flick hitting theaters this weekend, CBR runs down the ten most important Frank Miller comics of all time.

READING LIST: A Field Guide to Fifteen Feminist Comics

READING LIST: A Field Guide to Fifteen Feminist Comics

Casey Gilly's got 99 problems, but finding fifteen comics with awesome female representation ain't one.

READING LIST: Get Ready for "Gotham"

READING LIST: Get Ready for "Gotham"

With "Gotham" officially landing on Fox's Fall schedule, CBR rounds up the DC Comics titles that will help fans prepare for Gotham City before Batman.

READING LIST: The Dan Slott You Might Not Know

READING LIST: The Dan Slott You Might Not Know

You know him as the mastermind behind "Superior" and "Amazing Spider-Man," but Dan Slott's career has spanned many other surprising characters.

READING LIST: The Essential Warren Ellis

READING LIST: The Essential Warren Ellis

With Warren Ellis currently revamping "Moon Knight" for Marvel, CBR looks at some of the writer's most essential contributions to the comics medium.

Pop! - 6/1/2008

Pop! - 6/1/2008

School's out, which means you have time for more reading, right? George polled luminaries from the comics field to learn what's on their summer reading lists including Gaiman, Loeb, Moore, Ross, Tomine and many more.

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