CBR has the first look at a handful of variant covers accompanying DC titles this fall, by the likes of Fiona Staples, Shane Davis and more.
A retailer says Marvel's Prostate Cancer Awareness Month variant covers don't raise any money for charity, and don't provide any education resources.
Check out the first look at half-a-dozen covers celebrating Marvel Comics and Netflix's street-level heroes.
Marvel Comics has unveiled several of its September variants spotlighting members of The Defenders.
Marvel Comics has released over a dozen images and the full list of cover artists for August's Tsum Tsum variant cover initiative.
The cousin of Superman co-creator Jerry Siegel, Irving Fine worked hard to preserve and promote the Man of Steel's legacy in Cleveland.
A lengthy profile of the legendary comics creator asks, "Why is Stan Lee's Legacy in Question?"
The legendary creator will make his final convention appearance in Canada in September, saying, "I’m 93 years old. I don’t know how much longer I’ll be able to do it. I want to make this one big event."
Superstar artist John Romita Jr. has drawn 26 variant covers for DC Comics, and CBR has the exclusive first look at five of them.
Responsible for many of DC's most iconic covers, the artist will re-imagine some of his own famous work as part of a month-long series.
Just as his trial was set to begin on sedition charges, Malaysian cartoonist Zunar filed a petition with the country's high court to challenge the constitutionality of the sedition act.
From Frank Miller and Klaus Janson to Andy Kubert and Jim Lee, check out every cover for "Dark Knight III" #1 in one place.
Marvel puts its variant covers to work, with a 20-page "Deadpool" story by Gerry Duggan and Scott Koblish unfolding over 20 variants.
Direct market sales increased, but at a much slower pace than in the past few years.
Marvel pays tribute to the fans who homage its characters in a new series of photo variant covers.
Creator Masashi Kishimoto thought he'd get a break after "Naruto" ended its 15-year run, but he moved from the manga to working on "Boruto: Naruto the Movie."
Marvel Editor-in-Chief Axel Alonso talks in-depth about the company's hip-hop variant covers, and the resulting criticism the initiative has received.