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Make your Sunday even better with a selection of new Marvel art including pages from "Spider-Woman" #6 by Joëlle Jones and Rachelle Rosenberg.
CM Punk, Cullen Bunn & Scott Hepburn send Drax and his fellow Guardians of the Galaxy into a gory fight in this preview of the ongoing series.
CBR spoke with writer David Walker about his September "Fury" one-shot that honors the milestone by teaming up Nick Fury, Sr. and his son.
Robin replaced by... The Riddler? Find out what happens 5 years from now in Buccellato, Hepburn & Richards' "Detective Comics: Futures End" #1.
"Detective Comics" co-writer Brian Buccellato discusses the book's Futures End" one-shot, how it's related to the Annual and the enigma of the Riddler.
Brian Buccellato, Patrick Zircher & Scott Hepburn deliver a good, if visually disparate, miniseries debut with "Forever Evil: Rogues Rebellion" #1.
Doug Zawisza gives "Avengers: The Enemy Within" #1 by Kelly Sue DeConnick and Scott Hepburn 4 stars, saying the issue "has gravity and emotion aplenty, but not at the sacrifice of character moments or action."
Tom Morello discusses his first comic book experience creating a wasteland with artist Scott Hepburn, whether "Orchid" will live on beyond its finale and using the series to tackle topics lke terrorism and rebellion.
Rage Against the Machine guitarist Tom Morello's epic of popular uprising in a dystopian world enters its second arc with this week's "Orchid" #5. CBR spoke with Morello about the series and its real-world themes.
Dark Horse Comics has provided CBR News with an exclusive preview of Tom Morello's "Orchid" #3. The issue, featuring art by Scott Hepburn and a Massimo Carnevale cover, hits December 14.
Courtesy of Dark Horse, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Orchid" #1. Written and created by Rage Against the Machine guitarist Tom Morello, the series debuts on Wednesday, October 12.
Musician turned comics writer Tom Morello spoke with CBR TV about his debut series "Orchid," how he hooked up with Dark Horse to develop and publish it while explaining why it's not a simple vanity project.