Get an advance look at Champions #2 by Mark Waid and Humberto Ramos, in comic shops November 2. The post Champions #2 (EXCLUSIVE PREVIEW) appeared first on CBR.com.
Hellboy: The Corpse is a perfect comic book. Originally published in two-page installments back in 1995, it's of the best stories in Mike Mignola's considerable catalogue, and still stands over 20 years later as the single greatest Hellboy short. Show More Summary
Dynamite Entertainment's Army of Darkness / Xena Warrior Princess: Forever...and a Day #2 by Scott Lobdell, Elliot Fernandez and Diego Galindo. The post Army of Darkness / Xena #2 appeared first on CBR.com.
Teddy Roosevelt, Annie Oakley, Harry Houdini and more.
For our latest fantasy draft, in honor of Doctor Strange, our writers must compete to put together the best superhero teams made up entirely of Marvel magical characters, featuring one occultist, one demon, one vampire, one undead character,...Show More Summary
Deadpool 2 has suddenly found itself without a director. CBR explores who else might give the Merc with a Mouth's sequel some true bite. The post 15 Directors Who Would Nail Deadpool 2 appeared first on CBR.com.
Halfway through the first five-year mission, Captain James T. Kirk has grown complacent, even bored. The thrill of discovery and adventure seems to have worn thin and he’s restless, ready for a change. Still in his thirties, young by 23rd century standards, he seems to be having a midlife crisis ahead of schedule. At much […]
The Mercs For Money get some big name mercenary talent on their side.
HBO acquired the U.S. and Canadian rights to the upcoming television adaptation of the "Harry Potter" author's crime novels. The post HBO Snags JK Rowling’s Cormoran Strike Series appeared first on CBR.com.
The story of Charlie the Choo-Choo has been adapted into a children's book, guaranteeing the next generation plenty of nightmares. The post Introduce Kids to Stephen King’s Dark Tower with This Children’s Book appeared first on CBR....
"Chew" comes to a fairly big climax, Deathstroke and Batman clash in ways Affleck may wanna see & the truly epic "Vision" series concludes. The post The Buy Pile: Synthezoids, Assassins & Goodbyes appeared first on CBR.com.
The holidays come to Hawkins, Indiana, as Will Byers' friends try to help him get over his crippling anxiety in this note-perfect send-up of "A Charlie Brown Christmas." The post It’s a Stranger Things Christmas in This Delightful Peanuts Parody appeared first on CBR.com.
The fact that a cult of cavemen-like comic-book readers can be so vitriolic online that the industry now stands to lose the talent of a writer such as Chelsea Cain is disheartening. Despite industry gains in both diversity among creative talent and heroes on the page, there are still some within the comic-book-reading community that enjoy being bullies. On […]
The AMAZING SPIDER-MAN actor is back in costume one last time.
Superheroes have always had their generic roots in the twin fields of sci-fi and fantasy. A man arrives from space with great powers, a princess is given gifts from her gods as she goes out to explore the world, a millionaire fights crime with the aid of super-science gadgets, and so on. Show More Summary
Toyotarou discusses how he became the artist on one of the biggest mangas ever, and how his art differs from DBZ creator Akira Toriyama. The post For Toyotarou, Drawing Dragon Ball Super is a Dream Come True appeared first on CBR.co...
Tampa, Key West, Cozumel, with comic creators, THE WALKING DEAD, GUARDIANS and more.
Nothing gums up the works during a high-profile film shoot quite like looky-loos poking around the set. When a big-name production gets up and going, the goal is to attract as little outside attention as possible, leading many crews to adopt “working titles” that conceal the true nature of the project. Show More Summary
A new piece of concept art by Andy Park shows that in another reality, the Vision wasn't swayed by Iron Man's argument. The post Vision Takes Down Iron Man in Captain America: Civil War Concept Art appeared first on CBR.com.