Death is a big part of superhero comics, and it's getting tedious. CBR explores why death in superhero comics has all but lost its meaning.
Well-earned character deaths give stories high stakes and make them feel palpably real. But is possible that death after shocking death in our stories is inuring us to it? What does it take for a creator to lose you as a fan?
Casey Gilly's got 99 problems, but finding fifteen comics with awesome female representation ain't one.
DC Comics exclusive writer Paul Cornell spoke with CBR TV about making the jump from Marvel to DC, the growing popularity of "Doctor Who," his current run on "Action Comics," "Knight and Squire" and much more.
Paul Cornell spoke with us about his upcoming "Action Comics" annual starring Lex Luthor, how the supervillain's story ties into Nick Spencer's Jimmy Olsen co-feature and when he'll finally write the Man of Steel.
With Neil Gaiman's blessing, writer Paul Cornell is bringing Death of The Endless into his run on "Action Comics" and he spoke to CBR about how the crossover came about and what it means for his villain-centric run.
The artist behind Vertigo's hot new series "Madame Xanadu," Amy Reeder
Hadley goes in-depth about working with writer Matt Wagner, her love of manga,
and provides an exclusive look at issue #6 with guest star Death.