Wonder Woman may not be the most popular of DC's trinity, but her book is kicking into high gear now, thanks to Gail Simone.
"Jingle Belle: Santa Claus Vs. Frankenstein" addresses the increasing drive of society to go politically correct at the expense of tradition and custom. At least so it would seem.
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.
CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale from DC Comics and
Wildstorm this Thursday including "Batman" #682, "JSA" #21, "Terror Titans" #3,
"Trinity" #27, "The Authority" #5 and more.
Brian Michael Bendis is joined by former "Alias" collaborator Michael Gaydos for an untold story of Luke Cage's quest to find his father with the help of Jessica Jones.
Van Lente's script isn't the freshest thing in the world, but Calero's overwrought artwork makes this issue completely lifeless.
Writer/artist Scott Christian Sava talks about his relationship with IDW Publishing
and its push into bookstores, how his background in animation has helped his
comics career, and the joys of "The Dreamland Chronicles."
Actor Ray Stevenson sits down with CBR TV to talk about "Punisher: War Zone." In this first of a five-part feature, Stevenson reveals what attracted him to the role of Frank Castle.