lots of fun comics here
Ben McKenzie and Robin Lord Taylor discuss the latest Penguin-related twists set to impact this Monday's episode of Batman prequel "Gotham."
Five For Friday #400 -- Name Five Comic Books With An Issue Number Of 401 Or Greater That You've Enjoyed -- No Use Of "One Million" Or Gimmick Numbering, Please; Use The Following Format 1. Action Comics #583 2. The Uncanny X-Men #522 3. Adventures Of Superman #612 4. Fantastic Four #554 5. MAD #500
also: holy crap that's amazing-looking
For some demented reason I forgot to post the announced short list for the British Comic Awards, which were announced a full two weeks ago. They do this according to a submissions process organized by the British Comic Awards Committee,...Show More Summary
Daniel Radcliffe talks with SPINOFF about adapting Joe Hill's dark fantasy thriller, the importance of getting the prosthetics right, and his upcoming Frankenstein project.
Just in time for Halloween, Denis St. John's creepy debut graphic novel brings you monsters, femme fatales, Lovecraftian nightmares and body horror.
"ESPN The Magazine" commemorates LeBron James' return to Cleveland with an homage to "The Amazing Spider-Man" #1 drawn by Miguel Sepulveda.
I have a question or two about movie adaptations into comics, primarily if there's a source for credits for Dell/Western comics generally, and if someone knows how artists and writers back then worked (stills? scripts? guesswork?). If you can answer those questions,
Every day this year, I will be examining the artwork on a single comic book story. Today’s artist is Lucy Bellwood, whom I interviewed about most of her comics works and her process. Enjoy! I met Lucy Bellwood at the 2013 Emerald City Comic Convention, bought her work, and became a big fan. I saw […]
Axel Alonso discusses how Marvel's new movie announcements -- especially "Black Panther" and "Captain Marvel" -- relate to publishing, plus "Deathlok" & more.
The long-mused "Gambit" film is reportedly officially in motion, with a screenwriter hired and Channing Tatum on board to star and produce.
The author discusses his new television series, which is devoted to tacking down missing artifacts, from the Ground Zero flag to James Bond's car.
Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples continue their "flawless and consistent vision" with "Saga" #24, the last issue before the planned hiatus.
WHAT’S BETTER THAN reading the eerily inviting prose of Neil Gaiman’s brilliant “The Graveyard Book”? For the comics fan, that would be turning your jack-o’-lantern light toward P. Craig Russell’s new two-book visual adaptation of the work — the second volume of which landed this month. Read full article >>
The superheroic superstar is pleased at this week's news that "Black Panther" and "Captain Marvel" films are in the works from Marvel Studios.
Archie CCO Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa & Robert Hack discusses their horrific new "Sabrina" series, the future of "Afterlife," Dark Circle and more.
"The Crow" creator James O’Barr explains what made him change his mind about the upcoming film, which he emphasizes isn’t a remake.
Publishers Weekly has its best-of book lists out, I guess in an attempt to fool those who thought there was slightly more than 1/6 of the year left. Their choices in comics are: Can't We Talk About Something More Pleasant?, Roz Chast...Show More Summary
"Bloodshot" #25 arrives in stores next week, and CBR has the exclusive debut of Howard Chaykin's work on the issue!