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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
The cosmos of the Marvel Universe have been pretty quiet lately, but that changes in March, 2006, with the launch of "Annihilation," an event that sees Marvel's cosmic characters go up against a massive interstellar threat. CBR News spoke with "Annihilation" writer Keith Giffen about the event.
"Hard Time: Season Two" hit stands last Wednesday, so CBR News checked in with writer Steve Gerber had to say about going back to the big house. Come on inside to read what he said and see a preview of issue #2.
Want some hard core zombie action? We've got it for you. Boom! Studios has provided CBR News with eight-pages from "Zombie Tales: Death Valley" Book One by Andrew Cosby, Johanna Stokes & Rhoald Marcellus. The book ships to comic shops tomorrow, December 14th.
A secret society of Marvel heroes has a falling out and the Marvel Universe is in for another series big changes, with "New Avengers Special: The Illuminati," a book that sets the stage for Marvel's big summer stories. CBR News spoke with "Illuminati" writer Brian Bendis about the book and his other projects that are having an impact on the Marvel Universe.
Earlier today, Marvel Comics released a preview of the anticipated "Ultimate Extinction #1," which arrives in store January, 2006, along with an eight page preview for "Sable & Fortune #1." Updated.
In the wake of M-Day, the mysterious world wide depowering of Marvel's mutants, the government has activated a new breed of Sentinels, piloted by humans. Beginning in January, readers will learn the origin of this fighting force in "Sentinel Squad: O*N*E" a five issue mini-series and CBR News spoke to wriet John Layman about the series. Includes preview art.
Dynamite Entertainment has announced a new "Lone Ranger" comic book series, based on the classic western property, with high profile creators attached.
In 1986 Marvel Comics introduced readers to the New Universe, a line of titles that took place in a shared universe that was meant to be more realistic than the Marvel Universe. In February 2006, old fans and new readers alike will get a chance to revisit the New Universe in a special event. CBR News spoke with Editor Mark Paniccia, and was provided with exclusive preview art.
Legendary Green Lantern artist Neal Adams returns to the character he helped redefine with Denny O'Neil by providing a variant cover to January's "Green Lantern" #8.
DC Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping in March of 2006.
Writer Warren Ellis updated fans on his new series "Newuniversal" via his mailing list. Also includes images from Ellis' other Marvel Comics series, "Nextwave."
Earlier today, Marvel Comics released more information regarding "Ultimate Extinction," "Nextwave" and announced the next project from acclaimed writer Warren Ellis, which involves the New Universe. Updated.
It's the end of an era, as Dark Horse Comics has announced that Kurt Busiek will be leaving "Conan," with another acclaimed talent coming onboard.
DC Comics is changing a lot of creative teams with their "Infinite Crisis" series and one of note is the emergence of Adam Beechen as the new writer of "Robin." CBR News spoke with the scribe to learn more about what's going on with the Teen Wonder.
DC Comics has released two covers to "Sgt. Rock: The Prophecy" #1 by DC exclusive artists Adam and Andy Kubert. The series is written by their father, Joe Kubert, and ships in January.
With the announcement of Tokyopop's "Star Trek" manga, the company is making a major foray into science fiction and pop culture. CBR News spoke with writer Joshua Ortega, who explained why the original series cast is still the best.
Earlier today, Diamond Comics released new information about author Stephen King's involvement in his Marvel Comics "Dark Tower" series, which still leaves a few questions unanswered.
This Wednesday sees the release of the first ever "Image Comics Holiday Special 2005," which features holiday-themed stories from the creators of "GØDLAND," "The Amazing Joy Buzzards," "Savage Dragon," "The Walking Dead" and more. We spoke with Image's Executive Director Eric Stephenson to learn more and get a preview.
Stephen King has announced on his Web site that his highly anticipated jump into comics with the "Dark Tower" series will be delayed until February of 2007.
Captain Carrot, the funny animal superhero fondly remembered by fans of '80s comics, makes his first major DC Universe appearance in years this month in the pages of Geoff Johns' "Teen Titans" #30. We spoke with artist Scott Shaw! who explained how this all came about and gave us a look at art from the book.
Silver Sable, Marvel's sexiest mercenary, is back and this time around she's stuck with a partner she doesn't necessarily want - Dominic Fortune. Writer Brandan Cahill spoke with CBR News about updating these classic characters, and also gave us a quick education on the pros and cons of webcomics.
Mike Carey's "Lucifer" has enjoyed a long run at DC/Vertigo. Coming out of the pages of "Sandman," the series has blazed its own trail, developing a loyal fan base. CBR News sat down with Carey to take a look back at the series and where Carey will take it when it concludes next year.
Earlier this month, writer Brian Wood stopped by the CBR chat room to discuss his two new series "DMZ" and "Local." Plus, there's a discussion of his past work, what's next and whether or not Jubilee's Mom could beat up Chamber's Dad. Seriously.