On Friday, CR asked readers to "Name Five Comic-Book Practitioners of Martial Arts." This is how they responded. Tom Spurgeon 1. Shang-Chi 2. Howard The Duck 3. The Badger 4. Karate Kid 5. The White Tiger John Vest 1. Jimmy Woo 2. Karnak 3. Show More Summary
Project Black Sky's ties grow tighter as Captain Midnight appears in this preview of "Skyman" #3 by Josh Fialkov and Manuel Garcia!
Joe Keatinge, Ming Doyle and Brent Scoonover explore different eras of the Man of Steel in this preview of "Adventures of Superman" #46.
In this column, Mark Ginocchio (from Chasing Amazing) takes a look at the gimmick covers from the 1990s and gives his take on whether the comic in question was just a gimmick or whether the comic within the gimmick cover was good. Hence “Gimmick or Good?” Here is an archive of all the comics featured […]
Every day this year, I will be examining the artwork on a single comic book story. Today’s artist is Matt Wagner, and the story is “Grendel” from Comico Primer #2, which was published by Comico and is cover dated 1982. These scans are from Grendel Archives, which was published by Dark Horse in 2007. Enjoy! […]
Josh Dysart and an all-star art team reveal the secrets of the Bleeding Monk in a special "Harbinger" one-shot, and CBR has an exclusive preview!
Anthony Mackie talks about joining the Marvel Cinematic Universe as the Falcon, Steve Rogers' modern day partner in "Captain America: The Winter Solider."
Which X-Man would you most like to see head their own ongoing series for the first time?
The movie's not out until Aug. 22, but the first trailer for Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller's "Sin City: A Dame to Kill For" has arrived.
Writer Charles Soule discusses the upcoming debut of Marvel's "Inhuman" in a special press conference call. CBR is on hand LIVE.
Heidi MacDonald has links and no-doubt furious commentary discussion about someone predicting a doomsday scenario for comic shops: Marvel switching to all-digital. I've read the article and you can, too, by following MacDonald's links, but it doesn't seem like it's sound enough for me to want to provide them with traffic directly. Show More Summary
With Lex Luthor locked down by Jesse Eisenberg, SPINOFF ONLINE looks at five other comic book characters perfectly suited for the former Walter White.
A boxer in Juarez, Mexico becomes the latest avatar for James O'Barr's The Crow in Frank Bill and Drew Moss' "The Crow: Pestilence" #1 from IDW.
CSBG answers this question and more with their collection of the five most iconic covers of Captain America, Wolverine, Punisher and More!
This week's full-text RSS feed is supported by Kate Beaton's Hark! A Vagrant Hark! A Vagrant is full of fun history jokes and other amazing cartoons from Kate Beaton. She's one of the best cartoonists working right now, period. (What's...Show More Summary
I don't think I'm going to be more surprised by a book during the rest of 2014 than I was by MK Brown's collection with Fantagraphics, Stranger Than Life: Cartoons And Comics 1970-2013. It's not that I didn't know she had made good comics over the year, but I was completely unaware that Brown made this much material. Show More Summary
Image Comics publisher Eric Stephenson ruffled a few feathers with his ComicsPRO speech, leading ROBOT 6’s Corey Blake to consider what qualifies as “real.”
My favorite new show on TV this year is The Blacklist. It’s on opposite another show I enjoy a lot, Castle, which is now in its sixth season. Assuming it makes it (and I certainly do hope it’s renewed). I wonder if I’ll still love The...Show More Summary
From the CBR TV vault, actor Bill Paxton and artist Mick Reinman talk about the print release of their original graphic novel, "Seven Holes for Air."