This week, "Suicide Squad" goes boom, Sunfire gets heated, "Prophet" goes pulpy, Valkyrie gets a paper cut and "Chin Music" clings to its Tommy guns.
The man behind genre-bending comics "Wild Children" and "Change," "Suicide Squad" writer Ales Kot talks prison breaks, social relevance and explosions while sharing an exclusive look at Patrick Zircher's art.
With the first issue of Fred Van Lente and Clayton Henry's "Archer & Armstrong relaunch hitting stores this week, Valiant has provided CBR with a look ahead at issue #4's variant covers by Jason Pearson and Juan Doe.
The writer of two X-books, Daniel Way discusses monsters, art, pop culture and Deadpool's rules for being a successful mercenary. You don't wanna miss this!
With Rick Remender's two and a half year run on the Punisher coming to a close with the release of the final issue of "Punisher: In the Blood," we spoke with him about his time spent with Marvel's favorite violent vigilante.
Marvel has provided CBR with an exclusive first look at comic book legend Michael Kaluta's variant cover for "Astonishing X-Men" #36 featuring Wolverine squaring off against Fin Fang Foom.
The X-Men are no strangers to places where danger lurks behind every corner but are they ready to face the perils of Monster Island? Daniel Way & Jason Pearson take over "Astonishing X-Men" to answer that question.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of
"Destroyer" #1 by "Invincible" creators Robert Kirkman and Cory Walker with
covers by Jason Pearson and on sale in April.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR brings you an exclusive first look at the
cover for "Deadpool" #8. Illustrated by Jason Pearson, the cover depicts
Deadpool facing some familiar foes....
One of the most controversial comics of the '90s, Jason Pearson's "Body Bags"
returns with "One Shot," starring of the ultra-violent father-daughter bounty
hunting team who've captivated fans for more than ten years.
In our second interview with the five writers of July's series of one-shots, "The
Joker's Asylum," CBR speaks with "Scalped" creator Jason Aaron about his
leading rogue, that waddling scoundrel, The Penguin.