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With a highly publicized relaunch on the way, CBR has the exclusive first details of "Archie" #666, the final issue of the book's original run.
Tom Brevoort, joined by some of Marvel Comics' biggest talent, discussed where event comics came from, how they're made - and why it's all Jimmy Carter's fault!
From Spider-Ham to "Mayday" Parker, Christos Gage & Nick Lowe discuss bringing unlikely Spider-Teams together in November's "Spider-Verse Team Up."
Editor Tom Brevoort tells CBR about the "Marvel 75th Anniversary Celebration," an anthology featuring all-star characters and creators from the company's history.
When Veronica falls in love with windsurfing, Archie vows to learn the sport in Tom DeFalco and Pat & Tim Kennedy's "Archie" #657, on sale July 9.
Jughead believes nothing exciting ever happens in Riverdale -- until an alien scoops up the gang and brings them across the galaxy in "Archie" #655.
The second half of the story behind the Hobgoblin's true identity is filled with mighty Marvel retcons, backtracking and revelations!
The story of how Roderick Kingsley became the one, true Hobgoblin is filled with twists, turns and surprises befitting a classic villain's back story.
Who are the greatest writers to guide Spider-Man's adventures? From the "Amazing" to "Spectacular" and "Ultimate," CBR breaks them down.
Archie Comics has provided CBR with an exclusive preview of "Archie" #648 by Tom DeFalco & Fernando Ruiz. On 10/2, the Riverdale gang gets a superhero parody makeover in this send-up of Thor.
In its latest parody issue, "Archie" #648 takes a swing at turning the teen into Thor as written by Tom DeFalco with a special variant cover by Walt Simonson. CBR has an exclusive first look.
The gatefold cover for "Superboy" #19 written by Scott Lobdell with art by R.B. Silva and Diogenes Neves has leaked online, teasing the origin of the Boy of Steel in the New 52.
DC Comics has released a preview of "Superboy Annual" #1, a "H'El on Earth" tie-in by Tom DeFalco, Yvel Guichet and others. The battle against H'El rages on in this oversized issue January 23.
"Supergirl" writer Mike Johnson and "Superman" writer Scott Lobdell team up to discuss the "H'el On Earth" crossover event and its ramifications for the still-developing relationships of the New 52 Super-family.
Tom DeFalco spoke with THE BAT SIGNAL about his two-issue "Nightwing" story featuring the New 52's Lady Shiva, how it ties into September's #0 issue and his hopes to return to Gotham City in the future.
Writer Tom DeFalco speaks about his upcoming #0 issues and crossover stories "H'ell On Earth" in "Superboy" and the return of "The Culling's" major villain Harvest in "Legion Lost."
In November, Superman, Superboy and Supergirl find themselves embroiled in a battle with a horrific Kryptonian threat known as H'el as their three titles cross over for the first time in the New 52.
DC has announced a number of guest teams for the New 52 including artist David Lapham for "Dial H," Tom DeFalco on "Nightwing" and Pete Woods on "Aquaman."
With "The Culling" mini-event taking place this month, DC teases the lingering effects for "Superboy," "Teen Titans," "Legion Lost" and "Second Wave" title "The Ravagers."
DC Comics has provided CBR with an exclusive preview of "Superboy" #9. The latest chapter of The Culling crossover from Scott Lobdell, Tom DeFalco and RB Silva hits stores May 9.
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents a preview of "Superboy" #8 by Scott Lobdell, Tom DeFalco, Iban Coello and RB Silva. See the New 52 debut of Grunge April 11!
Writers Scott Lobdell, Howard Mackie and Tom DeFalco speak with CBR about "The Culling," DC's latest crossover event hitting stores in May.
Scott Lobdell's "Teen Titans" and Jeff Lemire's "Animal Man" are the first of DC's New 52 to get the annual issue treatment this May.
A longtime comics writer and editor steps back into the monthly format as Tom DeFalco takes over DC's timelost teens in "Legion Lost" from outgoing scribe Fabian Nicieza.
CBR News spoke with the creators of Marvel's "Hulk Smash Avengers" series that ties into the upcoming "Avengers" movie and chronicles the Jade Giant's rocky relationship with the Avengers.
Tom DeFalco, Ron Frenz and Sal Buscema are set to produce their first work for DC Comics in decades with "Superman Beyond," a one-shot story based in the same continuity as the popular "Batman Beyond."
After over a decade away, former Marvel E-i-C Tom DeFalco and his artistic partner in comics Ron Frenz return to the mainstream Marvel Universe and "Thunderstrike" with a new five-issue miniseries.
Marvel Comics has released an advance look at "Thunderstrike" #1 by Tom DeFalco, Ron Frenz and Todd Nauck. Eric Masterson returns to the Marvel Universe on Wednesday, November 24!
With his passing, Al Williamson left behind a legacy that will continue to live on well into the future. We spoke with Mark Schultz, George Lucas and others about their personal and professional memories of the artist.
CBR News spoke with veteran writer Tom DeFalco about his return to Archie Comics after nearly 40 years, and how in his hands, America's favorite carrot-top could wind up giving Jack Bauer a run for his money.
The CEO of the venerable kids comic house talked about the deal to bring Stan Lee's "Super Seven" to life, working with two former Marvel Editors-in-Chief and expanding Archie in the direct market and beyond.
Comic book luminaries from the past 40-plus years of comics gathered at the Brooklyn Book Festival in New York last week to discuss the state of the industry, the craft of making comics and more.
Marvel has announced that Spider-Girl, whose print series concludes this week, will return in an all new series exclusive to Marvel Digital Comics Unlimited, written by Tom DeFalco and illustrated by Ron Frenz.
Marvel Comics legend Tom DeFalco talks to CBR about bringing "Amazing Spider-Girl" to an end after chronicling MayDay Parker's adventures for over a decade, his future with Marvel Comics, and where he goes from here.
Writer and former Marvel Editor-in-Chief Tom DeFalco’s “Amazing Spider- Girl” is ending, to be followed by shorts in “Amazing Spider-Man Family.” But DeFalco's “Family” work might be his last for Marvel Comics.