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Waid Writes the (Other) Avengers in “Steed & Mrs. Peel”

By Josh Bell, Source: CBR.com The Avengers are about to collide with a different kind of Hellfire Club in a new ongoing series from BOOM! Studios. “Steed & Mrs. Peel,” featuring the characters from the influential 1960s British spy series “The Avengers,” launches in August, following up on BOOM!’s recent

Legendary Artist Jean Giraud, Alias Moebius, Passes Away

By: Kevin Melrose, Souce: Comic Book Resources Jean Giraud, the enormously influential French comic artist widely known as Moebius, passed away this morning in Paris following a long illness, RFI reports. He was 73. While Giraud and his works are far better known in his native France than in the

Lara Croft: “Tomb Raider” — From Then ‘Til Now

by Robert Workman, Source: CBR.com When home video game popularity exploded in the late ’80s, men were the main heroes with a gun in their hand and a wink in their eye — but it was only a matter of time before women made their presence felt in games. Starting

AMC Expands The Walking Dead to 16 Episodes for Third Season

by Kevin Melrose, CBR.com AMC announced over the weekend that Season 3 of The Walking Dead will consist of 16 episodes, an increase from this season’s 13. The first season of the hit drama, based on the long-running Image Comic series by Robert Kirkman, Tony Moore and Charlie Adlard, contained

DC Comics’ New 52 Mystery Woman: Pandora

by CBR News Team, Source: CBR.com DC Comics has kicked off 2012 with a tantalizing tidbit for fans of the New 52. At the end of 2011’s “Flashpoint” crossover preceeding the linewide relaunch, a mysterious cloaked woman made an appearance, and subsequently showed up in every #1 Issue of DC’s

Lego Batman” Sequel to Involve the DC Universe

by Robert Workman, Source: CBR When “Lego Batman” arrived onto consoles in 2008, the game introduced both kids and comic book fans to a terrific take on the Dark Knight’s legacy, one that replaced the seriousness with joyful co-op action and the opportunity to play as both heroes (Batman, Robin)

Marvel Announces “Fantastic Four” #600

By CBR News Team, source: CBR.com Throughout the week, Marvel Comics has been releasing Fantastic Four-themed teaser images, thought actual details were being kept vague, at best. Today, with (appropriately enough) the release of a fourth teaser image, Marvel formally announces the return of “Fantastic Four” in November with #600,

Sony Preps Green Lantern Expansion For “DC Universe Online”

By CBR News While Sony Online Entertainment’s “DC Universe Online” has received its fair share of updates over the past few months, it will finally get its first big downloadable content pack later this summer when the power of the Green Lantern Corps shines down upon the massive multiplayer action

Jason Patric In Talks for “Powers” Lead

by Erik Amaya, CBR Actor Jason Patric is in negotiations to play the lead on FX’s adaptation of “Powers,” according to The Hollywood Reporter. The trade paper describes the role of Christian Walker as “a cop who works in the Powers division of the police force and deals with crimes

Aragones Celebrates Five Decades of “Mad”-ness

There are few cartoonists whose work is so beloved and so easily recognized as that of Sergio Aragones. For almost fifty years his work has been one of the mainstays of “Mad” magazine and the two features he is most associated with, “A Mad Look at…” and the Marginals, are

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