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With "freak magnet" superhero's final issue out this week, Dean Haspiel describes the cross dimensional madness of "The Fox" and confirms sequel plans.
Dean Haspiel and J.M. DeMatteis present the finale of "Future's End" starring Archie Comics' "The Fox," and CBR has an exclusive preview!
The Joker to Raylan Givens' Batman teases what's in store for Boyd in the coming year of "Justified," which he describes as "the season of violence."
With Walter White's story concluded in glorious fashion in last night's "Breaking Bad" finale, SPINOFF ONLINE looks back at some of the other great series finales in recent TV history.
In honor of tonight's series finale of "Breaking Bad," Spinoff Online looks back on some of television's all-time great antiheroes.
CBR News spoke exclusively with writer J.M. DeMatteis and artist Mike Cavallaro about modernizing Archie Comics' flagship superhero the Shield in back-up stories from the upcoming "The Fox" miniseries.
Archie Comics has provided CBR with an exclusive first look at the variant covers for "New Crusaders" #1, debuting at Comic-Con International in San Diego and bringing the digital series to print for the first time.
Archie Comics has provided CBR with an exclusive look at the second chapter of its digital-first "New Crusaders" series as well as the debut of ChrisCross' variant cover for issue #2's print edition!
In the first of a series on Archie's digital-first "New Crusaders," we explore the origins, powers and outlook of the original patriotic hero The Shield, reborn under the guidance of writer Ian Flynn and the Red Circle brain trust.
Just in time for NYCC, Archie Comics has announced plans for their "Red Circle" superheroes to return as a digital-only comics subscription service featuring a "New Crusaders" serial and full access to their archives.
Recently named as new co-writer of "Action Comics," alongside Greg Rucka, CBR checked in with Eric Trautmann to see where his head was at now that he's writing arguably the most important title in the history of comics.