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“Watchmen” editor Len Wein discussed at the West Hollywood Book Fair editing the classic graphic novel,working with Moore & Gibbons, writing the video game, and which of his comics creations looks best on screen.
Timothy Callahan takes an in-depth look at this week's release of Stephen King's "The Dark Tower: The Long Road Home" hardcover by Furth, David and Lee, and likes what he sees.
Courtesy of IDW Publishing, CBR brings you exclusive previews of "Presidential Material: Barack Obama" and "Presidential Material: John McCain," the new comics biographies of the leading candidates for President of the USA.
Editor in Chief Mark Waid and co-founder Ross Richie welcomed fans in Baltimore to discuss BOOM! Studios' plans for 2009, which will feature some "Incredible" stories, a "Muppet Show," and much more.
Comics Should Be Good has been examining a 1970s Spider-Man story in which the wall-crawler appears to have possibly slept with a married Betty Brant, so Tom Brevoort and Marv Wolfman chime in with what's what.
There’s still a Trinity to read about, but for how much longer? The evil Troika has defeated the heroes and rewritten the world, so Justin and Brian have a lot to catch up on this week. Also, the origin of Konvikt!
Courtesy of Dynamite, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale this week including new issues of "The Boys," "Army of Darkness," "Man With No Name," "Battlestar Galactica: Origins" and more.
Minx creators including Mike Carey, Cecil Castellucci, Jim Rugg, Alisa Kwitney, David Hahn and more talk to CBR about the line's cancellation, the status of any unreleased projects and what Minx meant to them.
A quintet of Superman creators including Geoff Johns, James Robinson, Jamal Igle, Sterling Gates and Matt Idelson gathered in Baltimore to reveal upcoming events in the life of and answer fans' questions about the Man of Steel.
Robert Kirkman, Richard Starkings, Erik Larsen and Jimmy Palmiotti took the stage in Baltimore to share with fans upcoming Image developments, including Kirkman going monthly and Darwyn Cooke on "Madman."
Dan Slott, Brian Bendis, C.B. Cebulski and Tom Brevoort welcomed fans in Baltimore to discuss anything and everything Marvel, inviting attendees to share their thoughts on crossovers, continuity and much more.
Glen Brunswick & Dan McDaid’s first ongoing series is equal parts romantic comedy and cosmic epic, with creators like Mike Allred, Darwyn Cooke, Paul Pope and Erik Larsen riding shotgun.
This weekend saw the presentation of the 2008 Harvey Awards, hosted by Kyle Baker and kicked off with keynote speaker Brian Bendis. Brian K. Vaughan, Darwyn Cooke and "All Star Superman" took the top honors. Updated
Jay Faerber is launching a new storyline that will entice new readers and shock longtime fans of the acclaimed superhero series. Faerber spoke with us about the change that is coming in "Dynamo 5" #0.
Mark Millar and Peter Gross bring back their series "Chosen" as "American Jesus," this time with Image Comics, part one of a planned trilogy with a "Second Coming" and feature film to follow.
Joe Casey, Joe Kelly, Steven T. Seagle and Duncan Roulea, known collectively as Man of Action, spin tales of drunken werewolves, existential detectives and super bail bondsmen in four new release at Image Comics.
At the Cup of Bendis panel at Baltimore Comic-Con Saturday morning, a number of announcements came down including Slott on “Mighty Avengers,” Spider-Woman series finally scheduled and more.
If you were unimpressed by Friday night's debate, the one between Robert Kirkman and Brian Bendis about creator-owned work held today at Baltimore Comic-Con won't disappoint. We've got all the details.
Billy Tucci brought along members of the 442nd Regimental Combat Team to his panel Saturday morning to paint a picture of what World War II was like, which he’ll be depicting in “Sgt. Rock — The Lost Batallion.”
At today’s DC National Panel at the Baltimore Comic-Con, Dan DiDio brought Jimmy Palmiotti, Sterling Gates, James Robinson, Sean Mckeever and Ian Sattler to talk “Final Crisis” and update numerous other projects.
Image Comics has provided CBR with advance looks at new books on sale Wednesday October 1st, including Robert Kirkman's "Invincible" #53 and Jonathan Hickman's "A Red Mass for Mars" #2.
Check out CBR Live for mobile blogging and pictures by Pinguino Kolb from the New York Anime Festival going on this weekend, plus photos from Richard Starkings' signing at Comic Relief earlier this week!
Our series continues with Ralph Macchio, Senior Editor at Marvel behind the Ultimate and Marvel Illustrated lines, "The Dark Tower," as well as legendary runs by Simonson and Miller, and of course The Spider Clone Saga.
Courtesy of Image, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "Four Eyes"#1 by Joe Kelly and Max Fiumara. On sale next week, the book tells the story of a 10-year-old boy who trains a dragon in Depression-era New York.
When not saving the Marvel Universe in "Patsy Walker: Hellcat" and "Ultimate Spider-Man," the Immonens are collaborating on a weekly webcomic exploring World War II art theft.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you an exclusive first look at Wellinton Alves & Scott Hanna's zombie variant cover of "Nova" #18. Written by Dan Abnett & Andy Lanning, the issue hits stands October 29.
Courtesy of IDW, CBR brings you previews of "Black Heart Billy" by Rick Remender and Kieron Dwyer & Harper Jaten, and "The Dreamland Chronicles" #4 by Scott Christian Sava.
How old was Bob Kane when Batman was created? Reports differ. Was he just a teenager? An adult? CBULR tries to get to the bottom of it while confirming other legends about Mephisto, the Clone Saga, and Phoenix.
Paul Dini talks about Dinicartoons, a new imprint from Top Cow that will feature his own characters as well as showcase work from up-and-coming animators, kicking off with “Jingle Belle: Santa Claus vs. Frankenstein!"
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale next Wednesday including "Civil War: House of M" #2, "Marvel Apes" #3, "Punisher War Journal" #24, "Venom: Dark Origin" #3 and more.
Writer C.B. Cebulski previews artwork from and answers your questions about "X-Men: X-Infernus," the sequel to the classic "Inferno" storyline, and teases new Loners!
With interest in "Watchmen" growing dramatically due to the upcoming feature film directed by Zack Snyder, would you be interested in seeing a comic book sequel to the classic graphic novel?
This week's issue #17 sees Nova and Darkhawk join forces against the Skrulls, and concludes with the surprise return of another of the Human Rocket's allies. Dan Abnett & Andy Lanning give us the goods on all things "Nova."
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "Cable" #7 by Duane Swierczynski and Ariel Olivetti. Guest starring X-Force, the book is on sale next week in comics stores everywhere.
We continue our profile series of The Mates with David Tischman, the writer of Vertigo’s new anarchic superhero book, “Greatest Hits.” This week, meet Crusador, a girl-crazy, Paul McCartney-esque strongman.
CBR News speaks to writer Dan Taylor about IDW Publishing's cleverly titled miniseries, “Pirat Tales: The Legend of the Cat O’Nine Tails,” a high seas adventure featuring swashbuckling rats.
Multiple sources have confirmed for CBR News that MINX, the line of young adult graphic novels from DC Comics, has been cancelled, with some announced, in- progress and even completed titles shelved.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you new pages from two of the publisher's most anticipated new projects: "Punisher: War Zone" #1 and "Marvels: Eye of the Camera" #1, both on sale in December.
Eisner-nominated creator Danica Novgorodoff talks about her new graphic novel "Slow Storm," about a firefighter who tries to help an illegal immigrant, survive a massive storm, and get over her own frustrations.
Frank Castle is in for a strange trip in “Punisher War Journal Annual” #1, which pits him against the sinisterly psychedelic Captain Pepper in a mind-bending nightclub of wannabe heroes and villains. We spoke with Spurrier about the book.