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DC Comics' "Suicide Squad" #2 hits stores October 12th and CBR News spoke with writer Adam Glass about his plans for the U.S. government's team of super villains turned black ops agents.
With the final issue of "Secret Six" in stores now, ROBOT 6 looks back at the history of DC Comics' lovable psychopaths with surprising staying power.
DC Comics has provided CBR with exclusive previews of "Adventure Comics" #527 and "Secret Six" #34. Both titles hit comic stores Wednesday, June 1.
DC Comics has provided CBR with an exclusive look at "Secret Six" #33. The issue, written by Gail SImone with art by J. Calafiore and a cover by Daniel Luvisi, hits stores tomorrow, May 4.
DC Comics has provided CBR with advance looks at a trio new comics hitting the stands on April 6 -- "Secret Six" #32, "Freedom Fighters" #8 and the "First Wave Special" one-shot.
Following the announcement of Tom Hardy signing to portray the complex villain Bane in Christopher Nolan's "The Dark Knight Rises," CBR News takes a look at the origins and life of the man that broke the Bat.
Last week, CBR's review staff looked at over twenty new comics, including "Sweet Tooth" #12, "Spitfire" #1 and gave 4-star reviews to "IZombie" #4, "Secret Six" #24 and "Supergod" #4.
Greg McElhatton reviewed DC Comics' "Secret Six" #22 and gave the issue 4 stars, saying that Gail Simone and J. Calafiore's story "should be the template for the right way" for creators to do a dark and grim comic.
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents an exclusive 5-page preview of "Secret Six" #20 by Gail Simone and Jim Calafiore with a cover by Daniel Luvisi. The issue hits stores tomorrow, April 14.
Everything works out this week when Deadshot follows his destiny, Vril Dox learns a lesson, Matty Roth goes back to basics and Kid-with-knife learns about magic all on a New Comics Day that makes comics worth reading.
Another winning week has come and... well, it's still here. The Red Invasion's too good to resist, even stories have spies, Deadshot intimidates, Parker Robbins inspires and only Kal-El and Steve Rogers screw up at all.
You won't need a dose of venom to enjoy this week's wonderfully winning batch of comics, with a flying monkey coming into his own, a combat magician pulling the trigger and much more, moving past extradimensional sidekicks.
In this week's column, we look at the cast of the Wonder Woman Universe, both Amazonian and otherwise; who the characters are and how they've developed, how they fit into Diana's universe and, on a meta level, into ours as well.
In this installment of WONDER OF WONDERS, guest writer Robert Jones Jr. takes a look at "Secret Six" #13, it's imagery and underlying themes and what it all means when examined alongside Wonder Woman's mythology.
Veteran comic book writer John Ostrander discusses his return to Deadshot in “Secret Six” #15 and his amazement with the comics industry, which has rallied around him as has he fights for his sight against glaucoma.
Winning by algebra as Larry Trainor, Scandal Savage, Princess Shuri, Royal Williams and three guys named Tony have a good week, featuring four jumps and even an interesting turn from Tyrese Gibson.
Ambition leads the day as people try some new things, from "Sex and the Marvel U" down to "Greek Street," with uncivil wars, spoiled romance, quests for revenge and plenty more in a winning week. This is The Buy Pile.
Why so serious, Catman? Things went well with Jack of Fables back on the farm, William Gravel catching a shower and Mark Sable doing the unthinkable, plus "Dark Reign," Lantern action and more.
Just barely winning with a double date that only has one guy and Matt Murdock doing the impossible in the prohibition era, a mountain of "meh" and a debilitating cold can't stop this week's reviews from coming in.
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR brings you advance looks at new books on sale this week including "Terror Titans" #4, "Trinity" #32, "Faces of Evil: Grundy," "Secret Six" #5, "Detective Comics" #852 and more.