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“We depend on one another; love him, that’s the only way” Fábio Moon and Gabriel Bá are, of course, terrific comic book creators, so anything new by them is cause for celebration. So, naturally, I was down for Two Brothers, their adaptation of Milton Hatoum’s novel, which comes to us from Dark Horse (with edits […]
Right now Marvel Studios is in production on an adaptation of their mystical comic book character Doctor Strange with Benedict Cumberbatch in the title role and Scott Derrickson (Deliver Us from Evil) behind the camera. But years ago,...Show More Summary
Sorry Brucey, there?s a new kid on the block, and he seems to have it together a little more than you. Marvel Comics has just unveiled a sneak peek at its new comic book series The Totally Awesome Hulk, revealing the brand new character becoming the Green Guy. Click To Continue Reading
Blast off for fun and adventure with the CBR Community's newest Cover Contest, spotlighting comic book spaceships throughout time and space.
CSBG looks at the top five dead comic book characters who actually stayed dead (for now).
With the Captain America: Civil War trailer arriving just last week, comic book movie fans are now hungry for a look at the other big superhero battle coming in 2016. Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice delivered a full trailer this past...Show More Summary
CSBG has a collection of unresolved comic book plots, like the identity of Spider-Man villain F.A.C.A.D.E. and that time Kitty Pryde went missing.
In their latest spotlight on unresolved comic book plots, CSBG looks at Neo, the villains from Chris Claremont's second X-Men run and what exactly happened to them.
An expert in "The Adventures of Tintin" comic book series has been named as Britain's first ever professor of "graphic fiction and comic art". Benoit Peeters, 59, a French graphic novelist and critic, will take up the position of visiting professor at Lancaster University in north west England from summer 2016. Show More Summary
Could you feel it coming? Did you think, “You know, this is the kind of comic that Greg likes to turn his baleful eye upon”? Well, you thought correctly. I tried to resist its power, I really did, but I could not, so let’s break it down, page-by-page style! As I’ve done the last few […]
“Those Tarot Cards you like are going to come back in style.” These super awesome Twin Peaks-themed tarot cards are the creation of Benjamin Mackey, Arizona-based artist and co-creator of the ongoing SAINTS comic book series. Mackey recently started working his way through the 22 Major Arcana of the tarot. Show More Summary
Ed Brisson and Adam Gorham look to make crime comic books personal again.
A comic book retailer takes on consumerism in a new webcomic series.
Whether it's a web comic, comic book, or graphic novel, the artists of the comic world have a variety of roles within a comic's creation, and all of them are pretty fantastic. Jem and the Holograms art by Sophie Campbell. I interviewed...Show More Summary
Comic Book Legends Revealed asks whether Marvel nearly had Northstar die of AIDs in the '80s. Plus, the secrets of the '90s animated Hobgoblin & Jughead's Native American past.
Have you ever noticed all the comic book heroes that call New York City home?
In this week's column, did Marvel nearly have Northstar die of AIDs in the 1980s? What odd reason was there for Hobgoblin debuting BEFORE the Green Goblin on the 1990s Spider-Man cartoon series? And was Archie's pal, Jughead, meant to be Native American originally?
No one can tell a southern ghost story quite like Cullen Bunn. Author of such down-home tales as Dark Horse’s HARROW COUNTY and Oni Press’s THE SIXTH GUN (as well as a very impressive resume with Marvel and DC), Bunn has been spinning scary yarns for most of his career. So it’s no surprise that […]
Welcome to Cast Party, the feature that imagines a world with even more live action comic book adaptations than we currently have, and comes up with arguably the best casting suggestions you’re ever going to find for the movies and shows we wish could exist. Show More Summary