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Sir Richard Branson, the man responsible for the successful Virgin companies, has joined with Deepak Chopra, filmmaker Shekhar Kapur and Gotham Entertainment to form Virgin Comics and Animation. Their first offering will see release mid-year with Director John Woo attached.
Marvel Comics has provided CBR News with a preview of Frank Tieri & Staz Johnson's "Underworld" #1, as well as pages from "Wolverine" #38 and "Spider-Man Loves Mary Jane" #2.
Marvel Comics has been touting their new "Nextwave" series and with positive response thus far, Marvel may have another hit ont heir hands. CBR News caught up with series editor Nick Lowe to learn more. Includes an exclusive first look at pages from issue #2.
This Spring, the Silver Surfer will face a number of immensely powerful threats that will lead to sweeping changes for the character. CBR News spoke with Keith Giffen, the writer of the four-issue "Silver Surfer" limited series that ties into Marvel's "Annihilation," about the character and what he has in store for him.
This February, writer J.C. Vaughn brings the story of two female private investigators from very different walks of life to comics in "Crime Scenes: A McCandless & Company Reader" from Century Comics.
Updated With New Art & Creative Team Information. To ring in the new year, Marvel Comics has announced a second ongoing "Wolverine" series, entitled "Wolverine: Origins," which promises to reveal more about the past of everyone's favorite Canuck.
When it comes to mysterious monsters, few know them better than "Lost" writer Javier Grillo-Marxuach, who makes his Marvel debut with "Super-Skrull." CBR News caught up with the writer to learn more about his role in Marvel's "Annihilation" event and plans for "Lost."
"The Maxx" and "Batman: Secrets" creator Sam Kieth has signed an exclusive agreement with DC Comics, according to a release issued by the publisher today.
In part two of our in depth discussion with Mike Carey, the British scribe tells readers about his new line of novels, his upcoming film along with a major casting announcement, another Ultimate series he's lined up at Marvel and much more.
No movie going experience is complete without the coming attractions. In March, 2006 Tim Seeley keeps that in mind with "Hack/Slash: Trailers." CBR News spoke with Seeley about the book, which places slasher hunters Cassie Hack and Vlad in a number of wild and wacky situations.
Since his acclaimed launch of the "Lucifer" series at Vertigo, Mike Carey's star has been rising not only in the comic book industry, but in a number of creative media. In Part One of a Two Part interview, Carey spoke frankly about his time in comics and what his plans are with Marvel Comics.
In our final, and lengthy, conclusion to our 2005 review, the "Three Terrific" struggle with naming their favorite creators & comics, while also contemplating the new year. Find out who made the lists and which comics are must-reads.
To end the year right, the CBR News staffers Arune Singh, Dave Richards & George Tramountanas have gathered round the bonfire to discuss the year 2005 in comic books. In this first part, the "Three Terrific" discuss emerging trends in comic books and their feelings on these matters.
This May, The Marvel Universe is shattered by a conflict that will pit hero against hero when Marvel comics launches its latest big event, "Civil War" a seven issue mini-series by writer mark Millar and artist Steve McNiven. CBR News spoke with Marvel Editor In Chief Joe Quesada for some inside info on this mega-story.
Following the announcement that Kurt Busiek had signed an exclusive contract with DC Comics, CBR News tracked the writer down to talk one-on-one about what this all means for himself and his fans.
Franklin Richards, Marvel Comics' smartest little boy, is about to get in some big trouble again, and Marc Sumerak & Chris Eliopoulos are along for the ride. CBR News spoke with the two creators to learn more about the new "Franklin" one-shot.
Entries are now being accepted for the 18th Annual Will Eisner Comic Industry Awards and we've got the details on how you can submit your work.
We talked with Brian Wood and Kristian Donaldson talk about their latest project, "Supermarket," which includes a Yakuza crime family, a Porno Swede crime family, and some gutter rats. You know you wanna find out more...
DC Comics announced today in a press release that writer Kurt Busiek has signed an exclusive contract with DC Comics.
Matt Wagner stopped by the CBR chat room recently to discuss his new DC project, "Batman and the Monster Men," Grendel's 25th anniversary, Matt's thoughts on continuity and "All-Star Batman," and a very cool news announcement at the end of chat.
Marvel's next big event, "Civil War," is clouded in secrecy, so CBR News spoke with editor Tom Brevoort to learn about the event and how it ties into the company's bigger plans.
In 1986 many criminals were forced to become insomniacs. This was the only way they could escape "Nightmask", a hero whose powers allowed him to enter and manipulate their dreams. "Nightmask" is one of the characters from Marvel Comics' 1986 "New Universe" line who returns in a series of one-shot specials this March. CBR News spoke with Fred Van Lente writer of "Untold Tales of the New Universe: Nightmask."
Earlier today, Marvel Comics provided previews for upcoming titles shipping in January: "Sentinel Squad O*N*E #1," "New Mangaverse #1" and "X-Statix Presents: Dead Girl #1."
Today, readers can once again return to a world of monsters, magic, and raccoon sidekicks when issue #7 of Speakeasy Comics "The Grimoire" hits stores. CBR News spoke with new writer Chris Stone about his plans for the series.
Marvel Comics has released six page previews of four titles shipping the second week of January: "X-Men: The 198" #1, "Son of M" #2, "Daughters of the Dragon" #1 & "Ares" #1.
Writer Bill Willingham shares his thoughts about writing the world's most famous sidekick, and gives readers a hint of what they can expect from his new "Shadowpact" series
There are big changes in store for Frank Espinosa's "Rocketo." In 2006 the series moves to Image Comics and gets the trade paperback treatment in February. We spoke with Espinosa to find out why he's moved the series and what's coming next.
Earlier today, DC Comics revealed previews of "American Virgin #1," "Batman Annual #25," "Blue Beetle #1" and "Batman: Secrets #1."
Image Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping March, 2006.
When the month of March, 2006, comes around, fans of Scott Kurtz can find two reasons to celebrate. Join us as we talk to him and the creative team on his latest project, "Truth, Justin & The American Way," in addition to chatting about "PvP" #25.
Time has little meaning for Vandal Savage but beginning in March, the malevolent Methuselah will learn that even his life can be irrevocably altered in a year. The effects of Savage's twelve month ordeal are chronicled in "JSA Classified" #10-13 and CBR spoke with writer Stuart Moore about this tale, which ties into DC Comics' "One Year Later" story line.
Despite what James Bond and Kanye West tell us, diamonds aren't the only things that are forever. "Gun Fu" returns with "Showgirls Are Forever" over at Image Comics and CBR News caught up with series writer Howard Shum. Preview art included.
Diamond has released the top comic numbers based on actual sales for product shipped in November, 2005, including Market Share, Top 300 Comics, Top 100 Graphic Novels/TPB's and Top 50 Manga. DC's "Infinite Crisis" #2 leads the pack this month, with Marvel leading all publishers in sales.
Marvel Comics has announced an ambitious new push into the digital age of comics, marking the first foray of a major comic book publisher into online comic distribution.
Marvel Comics has released a ten-page preview of "Mythos: X-Men," a special one-shot comic book that will be released on January 4th, 2006.
The judging panel for the 2006 Will Eisner Comic Industy Awards have been announced, which includes jounalists, cartoonists, a distributor and a comic shop owner.
After the end of "War of the Worlds," the human race may have thought they were safe. They were wrong. This February, Boom! Studios and Michael Alan Nelson bring us the story of the second wave attack and it's not a pretty sight for man kind.
With things heating up in the Marvel Universe, intergalactic strife will soon be upon us in the form of "Annihilation." CBR News caught up with editor Andy Schmidt to learn the origin of the project and what to expect from this event.
Today, Marvel announced their newest event for 2006, one which will forever change the face of their cosmic universe. Preview art included.
Marvel Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping March, 2006. Updated