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"Skullkickers" writer Jim Zub tells CBR which fan-favorite characters will appear in the miniseries, how "D&D" made him want to write and more.
IDW Publishing and Hasbro revealed their upcoming plans for "Transformers," "G.I. Joe" and more at Comic-Con International.
With "The Hobbit" ruling theaters across the globe and fans buzzing about "Game of Thrones," CBR looks at the greatest fantasy comic books.
"Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." likely headed to series! Scarlet Witch casting rumors begin for "The Avengers 2!" A first look at James McAvoy in "X-Men: Days of Future Past!" Plus, "Guardians of the Galaxy" & more!
Father and son writing team R.A. & Geno Salvatore discuss their latest collaboration, "Dungeons & Dragons: Cutter," featuring dark elf Tos'un Armgo and the sentient, sadistic sword Cutter. Plus, exclusive art!
At WonderCon, IDW Publishing announced a DC Comics crossover written by Mark Waid and discussed their upcoming books, including "The X-Files: Season 10," "Star Trek," "KISS Kids" and "Mech Warrior."
One of the great artists of Marvel's Bronze Age, Sal Buscema spoke with CBR News about his long career, being legendary and his current work inking "G.I. Joe" and "Dungeons and Dragons: Forgotten Realms" for IDW.
Building on its successful "Dungeons and Dragons" license, IDW launches an ongoing "Forgotten Realms" series in April, written by Realms campaign creator Ed Greenwood. We spoke with Greenwood about the project.
IDW's first "D&D" series set in the "Eberron" campaign lands in the middle of its multi-license crossover event, "Infestation 2." CBR spoke with writer Paul Crilley about the two-issue mini.
Hey, it's Thanksgiving this week! Which means it's "Black Friday" this week! Which means, if you're anything like me, you're going to spend Friday staying far away from the madding crowds crushing themselves to death or a worryingly-close equivalent in search of a great bargain. So why not spend the time reading some comics, instead? For once, here're some digital comics I think you should download and read instead of leaving the house this Friday.
Tim looks back on recent trends and talks about sword and sorcery comics then and now while highlighting the best of the new breed of "Gamer Comics" from the likes of Nate Simpson, John Rogers and more.