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Last weekend at the Pittsburgh Comicon, George Perez held court with fans to discuss his upcoming run on "The Brave & The Bold" plus what he's got coming following his run on the series.
DC Comics has announced that "Justice" issues #4 and #5 have both sold out and second printings of each issue with new covers are on the way.
CBR's resident gaming expert Jeremy Goldstone stops by with a look a the second installment of games based on Jeff Smith's popular character, "Bone: The Great Cow Race."
Later this year, Mark Waid will wow his fans with something decidedly different-- "John Doe." The limited series from Boom! Studios stars a character who, with a network of operatives, names the unnamed dead of Potter's Field in New York City. Waid stopped by for a quick chat to discuss the preview book.
The inaugural panel for the 2006 Pittsburgh Comicon featured cover artists Greg Horn and Arthur Suydam discussing their careers and on covering a variety of Marvel comic books.
Activision's released some screen grabs from the upcoming "Marvel: Ultimate Alliance" video game, an all-new action/RPG featuring the largest number of comic characters ever seen in a single video game.
With "Rex Mundi" moving to Dark Horse, Arvid Nelson sat down with CBR News to talk about the new direction for the series. One part Harrison Ford, a dash of Da Vinci, and you've got the recipe for Nelson's new direction for "Mundi."
Getting excited about the release of "Civil War" next Wednesday? Marvel's helping you get by until then with a new video prequel to the series.
The GI Joe team has been fighting for Freedom wherever there's trouble for over 20 years. This June, readers will get to see the early days of the unit in "G.I. Joe: Declassified" from Devil's Due. Writer Larry Hama spoke with CBR News about the series.
Last weekend at the Pittsburg Comicon, artist Jamal Igle and writer/artist Howard Chaykin held court over the DC One Year Later panel, with discussions of their respective books and what books they'd love to tackle for the publisher.
"Truth, Justin and the American Way" launched a few weeks back to high praise and CBR News has learned issue #1 has completely sold out. Series co-creator Scott Kurtz gave us a quick update on "Justin" as well as a five-page preview of issue #2.
In the first of a series of reports from last weekend's Pittsburgh Comicon, we check in with news of a new "Heroes for Hire" series from Marvel. Jimmy Palmiotti and Billy Tucci talked about the series and what fans can expect.
Oni Press has provided CBR News with a 10 page preview of the June debuting ongoing series "Love the Way You Love" #1 by Jamie S. Rich and Marc Ellerby.
Marvel Comics and Bungie Studios have released additional details about the forthcoming "Halo" graphic novel anthology. We've got the details, including the confirmed list of artists and writers working on the book.
DC Comics has released preview images from July shipping titles "Detective Comics" #821, "Superman/Batman" #28, "Battler Britton" #1 and "Rokkin" #1.
This July, Antony Johnston will bring you a bleak view of a future world where The Big Wet has caused the oceans to rush inland, destroying modern civilization, but a few remain in this new world filled with many mysteries. Johnston stopped by to update us on the book, plus he gave us a 21 page preview of issue #1.
Dynamite Entertainment has announced writer John Layman and artist Fabiano Neves will be handling the creative chores on their soon to be release "Xena" comic series.
Mark Smylie made a name for himself creating the epic fantasy series "Artesia." Now, in addition to the creator-owned comic, Smylie serves as publisher of books like "Mouse Guard" and "Robotika" through Archaia Studios Press. We spoke with Smylie to see what's in store for his comic and company.
With the buzz high on "She-Hulk," and the future not looking bright for "The Thing," our own Robert Taylor caught up with writer Dan Slott to see what's happening with both series and what needs to happen to ensure a long future for "The Thing."
Chronicling the life of a young Mary Jane Watson in the pages of "Spider-Man Loves Mary Jane" falls to writer Sean McKeever. With the original "Mary Jane" series proving a hit with fans, it spawned the ongoing series. CBR News caught up with McKeever to get a preview and find out what's next for MJ.
Writer Felipe Ferreira and artist Rafael Albuquerque have provided CBR News with an exclusive prologue to the May debuting Image Comics mini-series "Rumble In La Rambla," the story of a corrupt city run by three rival crime lords, but things get complicated when a fourth enters the picture.
Deepak Chopra and Richard Branson's Virgin Comics have announced their initial lineup of series. Come find out how their unique vision will come to life in comic book form.
Last month, writer Mike Carey stopped by the CBR chat room and revealed all sorts of interesting details on his upcoming runs on "X-Men" and "Ultimate Fantastic Four." He discusses that, plus his favorite music, what he does for fun and much more.
Yesterday we brought you an interview with Kazu Kibuishi, the editor of the Ballantine Books anthology graphic novel "Flight, Volume 3." Today, we bring you a look at 13 different stories from the book, including pieces by Azad, Michel Gagné, Bill Plympton and many others.
Ape Entertainment's "The Black Coat" arrives in stores today, after it's original publisher closed up shop the week the first issue was set to arrive. We talk with the creative team to learn about their journey bringing the Revolutionary War era spy story to market.
The mystery of Psylocke's return from death continues in the pages of Marvel's "Uncanny X-Men" #473 and we've got a look at it for you.
When you've got one of the biggest critical hits of the past five years, the sky is the limit, as the "Flight" crew has learned. CBR spoke with head honcho Kazu Kibuishi about this new volume and appealing to a larger audience. Plus, we've got a big preview for you.
Image Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping July, 2006.
Marvel Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping July, 2006. Includes previews of "Ghost Rider" #1, "Civil War: X-Men" #1 and "Uncanny X-Men" #475.
Heaven and Hell clash in their latest arena: the corporate boardroom. This summer, Narwain Pulishing and writer Rafael Nieves bring fans a tale of going through hell - literally. CBR News spoke to Nieves about "The Apocalypse Plan."
Marvel Comics has released preview images from May 10th shipping titles "X-Men: Deadly Genesis" #6, "Annihilation: Super Skrull" #2, "Last Planet Standing" #1 and lettered pages from "Cable/Deadpool" #28.
Remember how your parents told you there weren't monsters under your bed? They didn't know about "Lions, Tigers & Bears," the story of a boy who has to fight these Beasties, like a good little hero. We caught up with writer Mike Bullock to learn the latest about the series.
Fan favorite Domino will be returning in the pages of "Cable/Deadpool." What brings her back? Come check out the preview art and find out!
DC Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping in July of 2006. Updated
With "The Freshmen" TPB recently hitting stands, Robert caught up with the creative team of Seth Green, Leonard Kirk and Hugh Sterbakov to talk about the highs and lows of the series and what's in store next for the team.
Image Comics has provided CBR News with five-page previews April shipping titles "Doll and Creature" #2, "Invincible" #31, "GØDLAND" #10 and "NYC Mech: Beta Love" #6."
Diamond has released the top comic numbers based on actual sales for product shipped in March, 2006, including Market Share, Top 300 Comics, Top 100 Graphic Novels/TPB's and Top 50 Manga. Marvel leads all publishers in sales and units, with DC's "Infinite Crisis" #5 leading the pack.
This June, those who worship evil's might won't have anywhere to hide with the return of the Green Lantern Corps in the pages of the new "Green Lantern Corps" ongoing series. CBR News spoke with writer Dave Gibbons about the series.
With the Black Panther/Storm wedding coming soon, the one thing left is to find a wedding dress. The dress and its designer, an Emmy Winning costume designer, have been revealed in TV Guide and we've got a look at it for you. Updated with additional art, including a sketch of the dress and the "Storm" variant cover by Michael Turner.
This August, IDW asks the question, "Who Killed Rich Johnston," as the CSI team find themselves investigating the murder of Johnston at a comic convention in Vegas. The suspects? Comic industry professionals. We spoke with IDW Editor-in-Chief Chris Ryall for the scoop on the latest CSI series, "CSI: Dying In The Gutters."