Every day this year, I will be examining the artwork on a single comic book story. Today’s artist is Ted Naifeh, and the issue is Courtney Crumrin #9, which was published by Oni and is cover dated January 2013. These scans are from Courtney Crumrin volume 6: The Final Spell, which was published in 2014. […]
CBR spoke with Cullen Bunn about Magneto's morally murky actions during "AXIS" and his plans for the book's event tie-ins and beyond.
Late yesterday evening this site received an e-mail with a PDF attachment indicating that Wallace Wood Properties, LLC has sued Tatjana Wood for the return of several piece of comics art in her possession. Wallace Wood Properties LLC is the Florida-based LLC set up by J. Show More Summary
Simon Hanselmann talks about drug humor, depicting depression, his brief conversation with Adult Swim, and ruining cinnamon for everybody, forever.
For some reason I totally missed this crowd-funder for an anthology featuring anti-bullying comics. Bullying is an issue that has a lot of resonance for a number of creative folk, so I imagine there will be some good work in there. It looks like there's an outreach element here that also distinguishes the project. I hope you'll check it out. They're really close.
Looking only at Marvel Phase 3 and Warner's announced DC Comics-based titles, which movie are you most looking forward to?
Gather around the campfire as Rocket and Groot entertain you with stories and catchphrases in Skottie Young & Jake Parker's "Rocket Raccoon" #5.
Eisner Award-winning letterer Todd Klein discusses the new look of Marvel Studios' film logos and how it shifts back to comic book design.
A new look behind the scenes of the franchise reboot reveals the filmmakers want "a movie that feels familiar but also tweaks audience expectations."
"Arrow" and "Flash" casting director David Rapaport is looking for actresses to play sisters Kara and Alex Danvers in the CBS series.
The Caroline and Erwin Swann Foundation for Caricature and Cartoon has announced its fellowships for 2014-2015. The winners are: Andrew Benjamin Bricker, postdoctoral fellow (English), McGill University. Swann Foundation description:...Show More Summary
Slashers may not be the rage these days, but the likes of Chucky, Victor Crowley and Worm Face are still providing some quality scares.
Crack into the head of the Decepticon leader, catch up with Vaughan and Staples' space opera and Darryl Makes Comics in a big, winning week of comics.
Scott Snyder & Greg Capullo tell CBR TV about being "Batman's" Dynamic Duo, the evolution of their collaboration and the Clown Prince of Crime's return.
Hey Middle Grade Readers! When you unload some of your trick or treat candy to the local orthodontist this weekend for cash, you might be looking for something to spend it on. Well, since this time of year reminds us of the Scholastic Book Fair and rainy day recesses spent inside reading, we suggest: Comic Squad: […]
The first major update for Marvel's "Spider-Man Unlimited" game adds Sandman & Spider-Girl, with more "Spider-Verse" content to come.
Andy Diggle discusses his contribution to the "Predator vs. Judge Dredd vs. Aliens" collected edition and his unused "Superman/Judge Dredd" pitch.
The actor talks with SPINOFF about what drew him to the moody crime drama, his love for the "Terminator" franchise, and meeting Arnold Schwarzenegger.
The comedian reveals that Judd Apatow is still attached to the film and that a director has been hired.