Marvel has unveiled connecting variant covers from artist Josemaria Casanovas for the upcoming Thunderbolts series that shows the team taking on a formidable roster of the Marvel Universe’s greatest villains.
Joe Matt, the acclaimed cartoonist behind the long-running autobiographical series, Peepshow, which earned Matt a number of nominations for comic book awards over the years, including multiple Eisner Awards, has passed away at the age of 60.
2023 is the 60th anniversary of the debut of the X-Men, and Marvel is making sure to pay tribute again to that anniversary before the year is up, as this December, we will see the return of the five superheroes who made up the X-Men in 1963’s X-Men #1 – Cyclops, Jean Grey, Iceman, Angel and Beast, only now the heroes are being pulled through time once more to help save the Multiverse itself.
Every Monday, CBR shares a preview of the newest Archie Comics releases that week, plus occasional spotlights on the latest Archie news. This time around, we have a special EXCLUSIVE treat for you all courtesy of Archie Comics! It is the 15th anniversary of the classic Archie storyline, “Freshman Year,” which is essentially “Archie: Year One,” showing how Archie and the gang handled their Freshman year at Riverdale High School.
Walt Disney Records has brought Captain America‘s musical tale to streaming platforms with Rogers: The Musical Original Cast Recording following its performances at Disneyland’s Hyperion Theater earlier this year.
DC has responded to Fables creator Bill Willingham’s announcement that he has put Fables into the public domain with an official press statement sent to CBR stating that Fables is NOT in the public domain, and that it will take all actions to protect its intellectual property rights.
The Ronin is a character from Disney+’s animated anthology, Star Wars: Visions, now, the character will return in an issue of the comic book adaptation of the series, Star Wars: Visions – Takashi Okazaki #1.
Bill Willingham, the creator of the long-running Vertigo series, Fables, which was recently revived as part of DC’s Black Label line of comics, has announced that he is putting the characters into the public domain as a result of years of disputes with DC over his contractual rights to the characters of the series, which is about a group of mythological beings who were exiled from their homelands to go live among humans. Mark Buckingham and Steve Leialoha have been the art team throughout most of the series, but Willingham has been the sole owner of the IP rights to Fables.
Spider-Man‘s dark rampage is headed for Mary Jane’s new boyfriend, Paul, with only Norman Osborn, of all people, standing in his way in this CBR exclusive preview of next week’s Amazing Spider-Man #34.
The Marvel Art of David Nakayama will be the third installment of Marvel and Clover Press’ collaboration series of boutique art books featuring the art of some of Marvel’s most iconic artists — and CBR has an exclusive first look at a few pages.
Power Pack, the beloved Marvel comic book series from the 1980s about a family of superheroes (Alex, Julie, Jack and Katie Power, who all received superpowers from a friendly alien after he befriended them before his passing), is receiving a new miniseries by Marvel to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the team’s debut, and the series’ original creators, Louise Simonson and June Brigman, are returning for this new series!
Superstar four-time Eisner Award-winning comic book artist, J.H. Williams III, best known for his work on Promethea, Batwoman (both in Detective Comics and in her solo series), Sandman: Overture and his creator-owned series, Echolands, is now launching a new music and art project with Hip Hop DJ and Producer, Jay Zotos, called The Sound and Paint Men.