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Did DC license it's characters for alcoholic drink mixes? Did Marvel intend to publish "The Last Galactus" story and did they publish a game tie-in years after the game company was defunct?
Your weekly dose of DC's "52" is, as always, supplemented by commentary provided by Justin Eger, as week 22 comes and goes. Plus, Brian stops by to provide a profile on Super Chief. Is he making a return to the DCU? Brian has some context for you.
It'll be an exciting month of January at Dark Horse as they see the publication of "Usagi Yojimbo" #100, a return to print for Chaykin/Mignola's "Fafhrd and the Gray Mouser" and much more as we share the solicitations for January, 2007 from Dark Horse Comics.
Issue #110 of "Thunderbolts" hits in January 2007 with some changes to the tile: new members and the new creative team of Warren Ellis and Mike Deodato. CBR News spoke with T-Bolts editor Tom Brevoort about the book and the coming changes.
Next week in "Ultimate X-Men" #75, a storyline begins that will see the return of the Big Gun '90s, but done Ultimate style, as Cable makes his Ultimate Universe debut. CBR News spoke with "Ultimate X-Men" writer Robert Kirkman about the "Cable" story arc.
If you're jonesing for the premier of "Battlestar Galactica" tomorrow night, let us help hold you ovetr with preview of issue #2 from Dynamite Entertainment coming next Wednesday.
Scott Lobdell, co-writer of IDW's "Mixtionary," says a few words about how the new book of neologisms (the creation of new words) came about.
Image's "The Emissary" asks how would a post-9/11 world react to it's first encounter with a super-powered being? And what if he were a man of color? We caught up with Writer Christopher Longto get the latest on the series.
With the first issue of Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips' "Criminal" in stores today, we conclude our spotlight on the series today by talking with artist Sean Phillips.
With the first issue of "Empty Chamber" out today from Silent Devil, CBR News caught up with writer A. David Lewis to learn more about this action-espionage thriller and have a look at the impressive looking trailer for the series.
Marvel Comics has released preview images from October 25th shipping titles "X-Men" #192, "Sensational Spider-Man" #31, "Daredevil" #90 and "Black Panther" #21.
See your favorite DC Comics heroes kick some butt in the new trailer for "Justice League Heroes," right here on CBR.
Marvel's announced a second printing for "Civil War" #3 featuring a Thor Returns variant cover. We've got a look...
It may feature a cast of mostly unknown characters, but "Agents of Atlas" continues to generate positive buzz. With issue #3 of the series hitting stores tomorrow, we checked in with writer Jeff Parker.
Writer Ron Marz takes readers on an adventure inside the Russian mafia involving gangsters, spies, terrorists, and…a stolen nuclear warhead in the November debuting Image Comics series "Russian Sunset."
Oni Press has provided CBR News with a 71 page preview of the Wednesday debuting "Sidescrollers" by Matthew Loux, about three video game loving, junk food eating and comic collecting high schoolers who come to the aid of an beautiful girl.
Activision has released two more character trailers for "Marvel: Ultimate Alliance," this time spotlighting Iron Man & Mr. Fantastic. Fixed
Readers looking to indulge their inner felon should hit their local comic stores this week when the first issue of Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips' new crime comic, "Criminal," hits stores. CBR News spoke with Brubaker about the series.
Image Comics has released preview images from books shipping this Wednesday that includes "The Cross Bronx" #2, "Elephantmen" #3, "Fear Agent" #8, "PvP" #28, "Shadowhawk" #15 and "Strange Girl" #11.
With the first issue finding traction in comic shops already, CBR News sat down with "Cross Bronx" creators Michael Oeming and Ivan Brandon to learn more about the new hit series from Image Comics.
See the Flash in action! Watch Green Lantern do his thing! Check out Wonder Woman and Hawkgirl kicking some butt! We've got 10 new screen shots from the upcoming "Justice League Heroes" video game.
It's that time again, as DC Comics has unleashed new previews of upcoming titles from December. Witness the return of "Manhunter," as well as the debuts of "Friday The 13th" and "Tranquility."
Per ususal, Justin's got you covered with with the latest from the world of "52." Who are the key players this week and what happened? Justin has the run down. Plus, Brian checks in with a look at the super-team Infinity, Inc.
Top Cow has provided Comic Book Resources with the latest trailer to the upcoming video game "The Darkness," set to hit stores Spring of 2007. Check out how much butt an animated Jackie Estacado can kick!
CBR's Tony Salvaggio recently had the chance to check out the new Sony Reader, an e-ink digital device that allows you to read books and manga in digital form while on the go.
Did profanity accidentally end up in an issue of "The Defenders?" Was Wolverine originally supposed to kill Sabretooth? Were Namor & The Human Torch the first comic book team-up?
Angel's not having a good day, seeing as all his enemies are rising from the dead and trying to kill him. We spoke with "Angel: Auld Lang Syne" writer Scott Tipton for more and got a sneak peak at issue #1.
Doug Murray, the writer of "Savage Red Sonja: Queen of the Frozen Wastes," stopped by to provide some commentary for issue #2, which was released last week.
Earlier today, Marvel Comics and JMS talked about the upcoming "Bullet Points" limited series. Wanna know who the main characters are and why JMS is writing this series? We've got all the answers inside.
Upper Deck's VS gaming system has proven quite popular, featuring Marvel and DC characters and allowing players to recreate famous battles. We spoke with Art Director Mark Irwin about the art on the cards, how he gets so many big name creators and have a huge gallery for you.
Building on the events seen in "Transformers: Infiltration," IDW Publishing will release the first issue of "Transformers: Escalation" this November. IDW has provided CBR News with a five page preview from issue #1.
Sure, Spike has always seemed a bit crazy, but did you ever imagine you'd see him committed? That's what happens in "Spike Asylum," arriving today in comic stores. We spoke with writer Brian Lynch and got a sneak peek at issue #1.
The CBR Community is voting on their favorite comic artists and writers and we want your input! Simply click the link above and nominate your favorites. We'll compile the entries and announce the winners at a later date. You have until Midnight 9/30 to take part in this exciting event.
Microsoft, Cryptic Studios and Marvel announced today the upcoming "Marvel Universe Online" massively multi-player online game. CBR News sat down for a chat with the developers of the game to get the skinny.
The first "Stan Lee Meets" issue hits stores today and not only does each issue feature a tale penned by Lee, but they also feature back up stories by an all star cast of creators and we spoke with each of the writers.
We're excited to welcome John Mayo to the staff here at CBR. Each month he'll provide estimated sales stats for the Top 300 Comics and Top 100 trades distributed via Diamond. Come inside for details.
The zombies in Robert Kirkman's "The Walking Dead" are like the Energizer Bunny - they just keep on going. Come on in to see how the humans are faring.
This November, a new story begins for Moon Knight in the "Civil War" tie-in story "Midnight Sun," which finds Marc Spector encountering a number of Marvel heroes and a powerful and mysterious villain. CBR News spoke with writer Charlie Huston about the arc.
Yeah, vampires might seem a bit overdone to you, but Gary Reed intends to pump some life back into them with "Renfield." The OGN ships in November, from Image & Desperado, and CBR News caught up with Reed to learn more.
Las Vegas is known for many things, much of which is considered tasteless, but imagine if someone built a Vatican City themed casino there? Throw in some criminal intrigue and you've got "Vatican City, Las Vegas," a new graphic novel by F. Rex and Terry Wolfinger.