IDW's Transformers comics have put a new spin on an old favorite. We spoke with writer Simon Furman about why he loves those robots, the "end" of the Transformers, and if Hot Rod really is a whiny brat. Plus, loads of preview images.
The Phantom celebrates his 70th year and Moonstone Books honors him this December with "The Phantom Annual." We spoke with writers Ron Marz, Chuck Dixon, Tony Bedard, Rafael Nieves & Mike Bullock about this historic moment in the character's history.
Things could go better, and Ambush Bug needs room service stat, as some books -- "X-Factor," "Checkmate," "Noble Causes," etc. -- bring it like Fed Ex while some others just get lost in translation.
CBR's rumor robot Rich Johnston is putting his money where his avatar is with "Civil Wardrobe," a satirical take on the mainstream comics industry, shipping today from Brain Scan Comics. This preview features art from the controversial comic, including some by names that may surprise you.
Ollie Queen shows up big time, Tim Story gets his blog on, an EXCLUSIVE scooper sends in data on who's adapting killer pets and Jack Ryder, plus news on "Hellboy 2," "300" and more.
The events of "Civil War" are having a huge impact on Captain America and his supporting cast as seen in the current "Drums of War" storyline and the upcoming "Winter Soldier: Winter Kills" one-shot. We caught up with Ed Brubaker to learn more.
Writer Jason Aaron spills the beans on Vertigo's gritty new Native American crime series, "Scalped," coming January, 2007. - Updated