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Best 100 Comics of 2008, Part V
3 Comics News
We conclude our countdown of the Best 100 Comics of 2008 as voted by the CBR staff. Who made it into our top twenty, and what's the best comic book of the year? We think you'll find a lot to talk about in this final installment.
The New Year: Comic Book Movies
3 Comics News
Having looked back on the year that was, the CBR News staff looks ahead to the year that will be, focusing on the comic book movies to be released in 2009. But what's with the controversy about Ryan Reynolds?
Best 100 Comics of 2008, Part IV
3 Comics News
We continue our countdown of the Best 100 Comics of 2008 as voted by the CBR staff. Items #40-21 include one-shots, anthologies and ongoing series from publishers including Drawn & Quarterly, MAX, NBM, Image and more.
Year In Review: The Business of Comics
3 Comics News
The CBR News staff continues their debate about the year past, focusing this time on the business of comics -- including sales, the U.S. economic crisis' effects on the industry, rising price points, the digital revolution and more.
Best 100 Comics of 2008, Part III
3 Comics News
We continue our countdown of the Best 100 Comics of 2008 as voted by the CBR staff. Items #60-41 include one-shots, anthologies and ongoing series from publishers including Image, Fantagraphics, Vertigo, Dynamite and more.
Best 100 Comics of 2008, Part II
3 Comics News
We continue our countdown of the Best 100 Comics of 2008 as voted by the CBR staff. Items #80-61 include one-shots, anthologies and ongoing series from publishers including Image, Aardvark-Vanaheim, Avatar, and more.
Year In Review: The Kirkman Manifesto
3 Comics News
In this first installment of a weeklong series, the CBR News staff analyzes and debates the biggest trends and events of the comics industry in 2008, beginning with Robert Kirkman's call for a creator-owned revolution.
3 CBR Exclusives
Steven Grant takes a look at 2008 in review and it ain't pretty, plus Christmas songs, two weeks in the life and the Comics Cover Challenge in this week's PERMANENT DAMAGE.