January has been filled with enough big comic book news to last a whole year, leaving writer Brett White no choice but to examine them all at once.
Augie has a new theory he wants to test: Can he tell how visually appealing a book will be simply by looking at the colors of its thumbnails?
After an unplanned hiatus, Daniel Way returns with the concluding chapter of his behind-the-scenes look at how he crafts stories.
From "Hulk" & "Amazing Spider-Man" to the Ultimate Universe, Axel Alonso looks at the facelift many long-running Marvel series will get this spring.
Brian Hibbs is now the owner of a second store, and he breaks down the how and why, as well as the many challenges new stores face.
With this week's release of a new Bruce Springsteen album, Ron Marz explores his discovery of Springsteen's work, and the influence of the Boss on his own writing.
As "Astro City" keeps hitting its stride and "Egos" steps up with bold new ideas, Thor, Otto Parker and "Grimm Fairy Tales" fail dramatically.
After a 2013, Brett believes that Superman's back in a big way for 2014, thanks to the work of creators Greg Pak and Aaron Kuder.
While drawing Smurfs earlier this week, Augie learned some lessons about art from the works of Rob Liefeld.
In the first installment of her new column for CBR, Monkeybrain Comics co-publisher Allison Baker introduces herself and talks about the industry's diversity problem.
"Quantum and Woody" finds its footing as Natasha Romanov grapples with guilt. Only Benedict Cumberbatch manages to be a problem in a week that wins big.
After briefly checking in with last year's inductees, writer Brett White inducts five more artists into his Colorist Hall of Fame.
Head to Victorian England for a beautifully drawn book following two street urchins having amazing adventures. Plus, what's Dark Horse's next move?
Axel Alonso's two-part look back on Marvel in 2013 wraps with a dissection of the big moves made by Nova, Angela, Superior Spider-Man and more!
Writer Brett White bids farewell to 2013 by counting down his top ten favorite comic book issues of the year.
This week, in a very personal column, Ron Marz reflects on the recent death of his mother, who had suffered from Alzheimer's for the last decade.
Other than "Fables," the week's a wash with a mountain of "meh" in the middle, as the new year opens with talky Avengers & sappiness from Superman.
Brett gets in on the list fun with a countdown of his own top ten favorite comic book series of 2013.
Augie reviews a pair of Carl Barks' Donald Duck Christmas classics, and then reviews the year in Pipeline!