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Aja's "Hawkeye," "Johnson's "100 Bullets: Brother Lono" and Scalera's "Dead Body Road" all vie for Cover of the Week for February 26,
Kieron Gillen and Ryan Kelly wrap up their historical miniseries with "Three" #5, a "gut-churning" issue that concludes the series nicely.
Kieron Gillen & Ryan Kelly's "Three" #3 is "simply masterful," giving readers another platform to experience Kelly's "eye for brutality."
Kieron Gillen spoke with CBR TV about writing comics, the incredibly loyal fandom behind "Young Avengers" & more.
Tim Seeley, Kieron Gillen, Ales Kot, Glen Brunswick, and more creators spoke with fans at New York Comic Con about the thoughts, inspiration, and process behind their acclaimed Image Comics series.
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Three #1 by Kieron Gillen & Ryan Kelly. Three slaves try to escape 300 of the finest warriors who ever lived on Oct. 9!
"Phonogram" and "Uber" writer Kieron Gillen returns to Image Comics in October with "Three," a historical thriller following three slaves pursued by Sparta's 300, drawn by Ryan Kelly and colored by Jordie Bellaire.
Image Comics Publisher Eric Stephenson tells CBR about the publisher's unique fanbase, their new DRM-free digital strategu and the growing roster of best selling creators going creator-owned.
Image Comics has provided CBR with its October 2013 solicitations featuring images and info for "Pretty Deadly," "Velvet, "The Walking Dead," "Three," "Bushido," "Sex Criminals" and more!
Sweden's "Tintin-gate" rages on! Wrapping up New York Comic Con! Tom Spurgeon donates 1,300 minicomics to Dylan Williams Collection! Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples talk "Saga"! Kieron Gillen talks "Three"! Plus much more!
CBR Reviewer Ryan K. Lindsay gives "Fantastic Four" #588 a 4.5 stars review, calling the final issue of Marvel Comics' legendary series, "The best issue of [writer Jonathan] Hickman's run."
Marvel Comics has released a teaser image hinting at the events to come in next month's "Fantastic Four" #588, the final issue of the publisher's long-running series.
Fantastic Four expert Sean Kleefeld joins CBR for a guest commentary on the concept of death in the Marvel Universe, specifically as seen through the lens of stories starring Marvel's First Family.
Marvel Comics has released the Joe Quesada illustrated second printing variant cover for the sold out "Fantastic Four" #587, written by Jonathan Hickman and illustrated by Steve Epting.
Reports began circulating late Tuesday afternoon that Marvel had included a little surprise inside those poly bagged issues of “Fantastic Four” #587 – a limited number signed by writer Jonathan Hickman.
"Fantastic Four" #587 is in stores now, and one member of the titular team is no longer among the living. We spoke with Jonathan Hickman about the issue, the character that dies and the resulting fallout in the Marvel U.
CBR reviewer Benjamin Birdie gives "Fantastic Four" #587 a 4.5 star review saying the finale to Jonathan Hickman and Steve Epting's "Three" storyline is "worthy of the attention it’s getting, but for all the right reasons."
Marvel has unveiled which member of the Fantastic Four will be meeting their untimely demise in the final chapter of Jonathan Hickman and Steve Epting's "Three," featuring covers by Alan Davis and John Cassaday.
The final chapter of Jonathan Hickman's "Fantastic Four" epic, "Three," hits stores tomorrow and CBR wants to know: which member of Marvel's First Family do you think will be the storyline's casualty?
This January, one member of the "Fantastic Four" will meet their untimely end in the conclusion "Three." We spoke with writer Jonathan Hickman about what it could mean for the future of Marvel's First Family.