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The creators behind "Existence 2.0" are back for a sequel, "Existence 3.0." CBR spoke with creators Nick Spencer and Ron Salas about the series that promises to continue the high-tech noir tradition of the first.
Dark Horse to publish comics based on "Conan" movie, other Howard film properties! Top comedians assemble for anthology series! A look back at Marvel's 2004 publishing strategy! Plus, "Pugwash" cartoonist passes away!
From a Todd McFarlane-illustrated "Spawn" #200 to release dates for "Haunt" and "Image United," the Image Comics panel was nothing short of jam-packed, rounded out by a special appearance from Jim Lee!
As CCI winds down for 2009, take a look at CBR's slice-of-life live coverage from the con floor and the surrounding San Diego area, including Paul Pope's party, Todd McFarlane and more.
Publisher John Morrow and guests announced a slew of future projects, including the “American Comic Book Chronicles,” a multi-volume history series the company plans to debut next year.
The inimitable Matt Fraction mounted the deck of the CBR yacht to discuss his Eisner win for "Invincible Iron Man," the future of the X-verse and to share his feelings about a certain fellow he shared an elevator with.
Each week, comic pundits Timothy Callahan and Chad Nevett discuss the style and substance of DC's "Wednesday Comics." The conversation continues this week with an exploration of the overlooked strips from #3.
BOOM! announced ongoing series for “Farscape,” “The Muppet Show” and “The Incredibles,” a new Phil Hester book &and teased their newly acquired Disney publishing rights. And Mark Waid is … no longer evil?
Archaia Comics and Roddenberry Productions team up to discuss their new project “Days Missing,” along with a small discussion on Archaia Comics’ titles “Titanium Rain” and “Starkweather Immortal.”
The creative team behind "Charlatan Ball" is at it again with an all-new series titled "Doc Bizarre, M.D." CBR News caught up with Joe Casey and Andy Suriano for an exclusive chat about all things "Bizarre."
Fresh from announcing a new “Flash” ongoing series, Geoff Johns has told CBR News exclusively that the title of the first arc is "The Dastardly Deaths of the Rogues" and all the Flashes will be major players in the book.
Frank Cho gives CBR the skinny on his brand new Image series, "50Girl50," and how he and the series writer, Doug Murray, plans to discover new art talent to illustrate the book under his watchful eye.
She’s jealously listened to all her friends gush over this thing called Comic-Con International for years. Now that The Nerdy Bird is finally here, what does she think? More importantly, what did she see?
This October, Devil’s Due picks up where network television left off, bringing loyal fans season three of the popular CBS series "Jericho," along with another American Civil War.
In September, writer Matt Fraction introduces readers to "Nation X" in "Uncanny X-Men." We spoke with the writer about the storyline which spins out of the "Utopia" crossover and marks the return of the X-Men's oldest foe.
He's pioneered a new story direction and supplied his signature shadows in the interiors, but issue #200 of "Spawn" sees Todd McFarlane pick up the pencil once more. CBR spoke exclusively with him about it.
Horror legend Robert Englund comes aboard the CBR yacht to talk about "Fear Clinic," Fear.net's new webseries and offers his point of view on the remakes of the "V" and "Nightmare On Elm Street" franchises.
Artist Daniel Acuña lands the highest profile assignment of his up-and-coming career as Marvel announces him as the the new regular artist on “X-Men: Legacy” during Comic-Con International.
Clockwork Storybook alum Chris Roberson teams up with fan favorite artist Mike Allred team up for a zombie-fied monster mash-up in Vertigo’s newly announced ongoing series, "I, Zombie."
Archaia Studios has announced a partnership with Zachary Quinto to produce several new comic books developed by the "Heroes" and Star Trek" star's production company, Before the Door Pictures.
IDW has announced that Bill Willingham will be taking over the ongoing “Angel” series beginning with issue #28. CBR News spoke with Willingham about his plans for the broodingly sexy vampire and his loyal crew.
Randy Queen and his fan favorite creation, Darkchylde, return to comics and spend some time in the Top Cow universe, bringing a new kind of darkness into the life of Jackie Estacado.
Bruce Campbell took a CCI break aboard the CBR yacht to discuss his career, focusing on his current role as ex-FBI agent Sam Axe on USA's spy-themed series, "Burn Notice."
As if being published by Titan Books, Judge Dredd Megazine and IDW weren't enough, Image has announced plans to publish some "Tank Girl" one-shots. Co-creator and writer Alan Martin spoke with CBR about the deal.
Saturday's Dark Horse panel at Comic-Con revealed Jim Shooter is returning to the Gold Key characters Turok, Magnus: Robot Fighter, and Doctor Solar. CBR News spoke with Shooter about the project.
DC Comics held its Blackest Night panel Saturday afternoon at Comic-Con International, and CBR was there for all the zombified super-hero news and teases about DC's polychromatic summer event.
Several announcements were made at Dark Horse's Comic-Con panel, including the licensing of "Mass Effect" comic books, new Joss Whedon plans and a comics adaptation of Mike Mignola's "Baltimore."
The artist behind the last original 'Miracleman' stories published in the U.S. reacts to the news and teases the possible future of he and Neil Gaiman's unfinished masterpiece
Jeph Loeb joins Jonah Weiland for a chat on the bridge of the CBR yacht to discuss "Hulk" and "Ultimatum" as well as drop a few cryptic bits of inside information relating to NBC's "Day One."
We're live with Dan Didio, Geoff Johns, James Robinson, Gail Simone and more as DC Comics talks up it's biggest summer stories from "Blackest Night" to "Flash Rebirth" at Comic-Con 2009!
The tech wizard for James Cameron's Lightstorm Entertainment, Geoff Burdick, brings his military sci fi sensibilities to Dynamite later this year with an original comics mini series with "Militia."
CBR's live coverage of Comic-Con International enters day three with Marvel's Dark Reign presentation. Quesada and company answered questions about the mega-event, but a young boy named Christian stole the show.
The Bongo Comics panel at CCI revealed that long time "MAD Magazine" artist and die-hard Simpsons fan Sergio Aragonés has begun work on “Bart Simpsons Comics" #50, bringing his trademark style to the ongoing series.
Fábio Moon discussed his career in comics and frequent collaboration with attending brother and fellow illustrator Gabriel Bá before previewing the duo's upcoming "Daytripper" limited series from Vertigo.
In the wake of Marvel's CCI announcement, Robot 6 presents an in-depth study on the history of Marvelman, the character's legal woes and the influence that the title has had on the comics and creators you love.
The long-awaited series from the creative minds of Robert Kirkman and Todd McFarlane is finally ready for release. CBR caught up with the creators of "Haunt" to find out more about it and what fans can expect from the series.
The next big family event for the Green Gamma Giant starts with a bang in a Jeph Loeb/John Romita Jr. prelude, with Greg Pak returning to join them and mete out the big shockers ahead.
This November, writer Charlie Huston takes readers to a future world where warfare is a spectator sport and when soldiers die they are merged with machines. CBR News spoke with Huston about "Deathlok."
IDW has announced that artist Robert Atkins is coming back to the main "G.I. Joe"series for a five issue arc. And somebody's gonna die. CBR News caught up with Atkins to discuss his work with the Joes.
Dark Horse has revealed that writer/rock star Gerard Way will be writing “Killjoys,” an original miniseries illustrated by Becky Cloonan. CBR News spoke with Way about his latest project.