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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."
Marvel has debuted the cover for "Guardians of the Galaxy" #5, featuring Sara Pichelli's appropriately angelic take on Neil Gaiman's Angela. The issue, co-written by Gaiman and Brian Bendis, hits stores in late July.
CBR spoke to Matt Fraction about his Marvel NOW! titles "Fantastic Four" & "FF" and the teams' encounter with multiple incarnations of Doctor Doom and a new version of the Frightful Four.
This week, our artists pay tribute to the legendary movie special effects wizard Ray Harryhausen by drawing comic characters interacting with some of Harryhausen's most famous creations, including Hellboy meeting the Kraken from Clash of t
Organizers end Brooklyn Comics and Graphics Festival! Interviews with Garry Trudeau, Rutu Modan, Neill Cameron and Daniel Hartwell, and more! Plus, comic books corrupt spelling abilities?
Courtesy of BOOM!, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Adventure Time" #16 by Ryan North, Shelli Paroline and Braden Lamb. The all-ages series begins a brand new arc May 22.
The teen hero at the heart of "Justice League of America's Vibe" is about to get hit by Amanda Waller's Suicide Squad, and Sterling Gates tells CBR why his search for the truth will impact the entire DC Universe.
Writer Keith Giffen spoke with CBR about August's "DC Universe Vs. Masters of the Universe" that pits He-Man against Superman, finding Batman's opposite and circumventing fan expectations.
In its latest spotlight on cases of writers changing previously set-up character developments, CSBG shows how Geoff Johns brought back the original Cyborg after he was missing for over a decade!
Brian Hibbs examines the miniseries and why exactly he hates it as a retailer, as well as why it makes more sense to put his faith in ordering ongoing titles with backlist potential.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you advance looks at new titles on sale next Wednesday including "Daredevil" #26, "Deadpool" #10, "Scarlet Spider" #17, "Uncanny X-Men" #6 and many more.
Co-creator Joss Whedon and star Clark Gregg explain the seeming resurrection of Phil Coulson on "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." works within the context of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
"Lost‘s" Damon Lindelof stresses the problem Warner Bros. faces with its DC Comics movies isn’t one of character but one of tone, noting the differing worlds of "Green Lantern" & "The Dark Knight."
While "Star Trek Into Darkness" is visually stunning, it falls short of the 2009 reboot in terms of character and plot development as J.J. Abrams & Co. focus their attention on ratcheting up the action.
Matt Fraction spoke with CBR about teaming up Howard Chaykin for "Satellite Sam," a murder mystery which delves into the seedier side of television's early days. Plus, an exclusive preview of the Image title's first issue.
While Marvel hasn't (yet) announced plans for one, CBR explains why it's the smart move to bring Agent Coulson and his recruits to comics with an "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." tie-in book.
Acclaimed artist William Stout talks to CBR News about "Legends of the Blues," out now from Abrams, reminisces about working with Russ Manning on "Tarzan" and its recent reprint, plus much more.
Ryan K. Lindsay gives "Wolverine and the X-Men" 4 stars, calling the future-glimpse issue by Jason Aaron and Ramon Perez "equally touching, intriguing, hilarious and flat out awesome."
CBR spoke with "Skullkickers" creator Jim Zub and Valiant editor Jody LeHeup about this July's humorous backup story about finding the new leader of the H.A.R.D. Corps with exclusive art.
With "Star Trek: Into Darkness" hitting theaters this week after being built up in the prequel comics, CBR wants to know which TV/Movie Sci-Fi/Fantasy franchise has best moved into the world of comic books?