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."
this preview article makes it sound like a new edition, but it would be a nice edition than what was previously put out there, and I'm happy for it!
As promised, this week we start with puzzles from a new issue!
Fred Allen is one of my favorite radio comedians. His radio show, which lasted from 1932 to 1949, was absurdist as well as topical, the latter of which may make it rather inaccessible to modern-day listeners who aren't familiar withShow More Summary