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Dan DiDio, Bob Wayne, and Greg Rucka were present in a packed panel room at Wizard World Boston this afternoon to discuss the buildup to "Infinite Crisis" and the fallout that will occur afterwards.
Quick bits of news from Boston, including news of a special "Superman/ Batman" issue, what Rick Veitch & Tommy Lee Edwards are up to at Marvel, Paolo Rivera's next project, where "Savage Dragon" will be making an appearance and news on the sequel to "Dracula vs. King Arthur."
Friday afternoon at Wizard World Boston, artist Angel Medina announced he's signed an exclusive with the publisher and that he'd be working on "Marvel Knights Spider-Man." We've got coverage of that panel for you.
DC Comics has announced they're sending their latest hit, Alex Ross' "Justice" #1, back to print for a second printing with a new cover.
Last week CBR played host to a chat with comic creator David Hine, the writer of the upcoming "Son of M" from Marvel. Hine spoke about his upcoming work at Marvel, some of his plans for "Spawn" when he takes over the series, the DC book that almost was and much more.
Yesterday saw the publication of the first issue of "Drax the Destroyer." The issue saw the brutal, deadly and cosmic powered Drax reintroduced to the Marvel Universe. CBR News spoke with "Drax" artist Mitch Breitweiser about the series, his artwork and his next project.
Oni Press has released 13 pages from the next chapter in the Scott Pilgrim series, "Scott Pilgrim & The Infinite Sadness," by Bryan O'Malley.
DC Comics has announced that artist Pete Woods ("Catwoman," "Detective Comics") has signed a 3-year exclusive agreement with the publisher.
In a lengthy interview, Keith Giffen sat down with CBR News to discuss his role in the upcoming DC comics weekly event tentatively titled "52," then we take a look at his career and some of the lessons he's learned along the way, plus his perceived "return" to the comics industry.
This December sees the return of Peter David's "Fallen Angel" to comic shops in a new mini-series from IDW Publishing. CBR News caught up with IDW EiC Chris Ryall to learn more about how the deal went down, plus we spoke with artist JK Woodward who dicussed his role on the book and his art process. Includes an 11 page preview.
Brothers Paco & Chad Allen have set out to create the first graphic novel for the PSP (Playstation Portable) with "NYC2123," a cybverpunk story based in a futuristic New York City. We caught up with the brothers to talk about the series and on creating digital comics.
According to a posting on the Marvel Web site, Daniel Knauf, the creator of the HBO series "Carnivale," is set to do a six-issue run of Marvel's "Iron Man."
Marvel Comics has released four letter pages of October's "She-Hulk" Volume 2, #1 by writer Dan Slott and artist Juan Bobillo.
The Inkwell Relief Auctions are over and the official tally sees over $70,000 raised for Katrina related relief efforts by the comics industry.
This past weekend, Bethesda, Maryland played host to the annual SPX convention, the comic show dedicated to independent and self-published comic books. CBR's Justin Jordan was in attendance all three days and filed this report.
With excitement growing over Slave Labor Graphics' "Paris" mini-series, CBR News caught up with artist Simon Gane, who explained the genesis of the book and his plans for the future. Includes preview pages from issue #2.
Christos n. Gage has written for TV's "Law & Order: SVU" and is currently working on CBS' new series "Numbers." This October, he's writing for himself in the upcoming "Paradox," a new mini-series that melds the genres of fantasy and police procedurals.
Image Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping December, 2005.
Not all mutants in the Marvel U have fantastic powers; some have been cursed with mutations that offer no powers and normal life an impossibility. Sally Floyd will tell these mutants stories in "Generation M," a mini-series from Marvel coming in November. We spoke with "Generation M" writer Paul Jenkins about the series.
Marvel Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping December, 2005.
Marvel Comics has released their weekly crop of previews which includes 6-pages from "Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man" #1, "Ghost Rider" #2 & "Where Monsters Dwell" #1.
Coming to a comic book store near you, Alias will be presenting the newest teen team on the block- and don't call them titans! Artist Clint Hilinski spoke to CBR News about "HyperActives" and the genesis of the series.
Narwain Publishing has announced a slew of new superhero titles to come from the publish next year, with contributions from the likes of Jimmy Palmiotti, Justin Gray, Rick Leonardi, Bryan Talbot, B. Clay Moore and others involved.
The past year has seen Rick Remender's output in the industry expand greatly with a plethora of projects exploring disparate genres. Remender sat in for another one of our regular creator chats and we've got a transcript for you.
Top Shelf has provided CBR News with nine pages of "Surrogates" #2, the exciting new sci-fi series by Robert Venditti and Brett Weldele, scheduled to hit comic shops later this month.
With the new "Elk's Run Bumper Edition" coming out in just a few weeks from Speakeasy, we caught up with creator Joshua Hale Fialkov to update readers on what the books about and what its future looks like, plus word on his next project, a story in "Fused Tales" from Boom! Studios.
Speakeasy Comics has provided CBR News with a six-page preview of this Wednesday's shipping "Rocketo" #2 by writer/artist Frank Espinosa.
That small, rural town may seem nice, but lurking just beneath that quaint exterior are secrets, lies, and unspeakable horrors. This November Josh Howard takes readers to one such town in the mini-series "Black Harvest," described as a cross between "The X-Files" and "Smallville." CBR News spoke with Howard about the series.
DC Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping in December of 2005.
Next Month at Marvel sees the New Thunderbolts take on the New Avengers in the pages of "New Thunderbolts" #13, and we've got preview art for you to check out the action.
As promised earlier, DC Comics has outlined their relief plans for comic book retailers whose stores were affected by Hurricane Katrina.
Fans learned today who the writer of the previously announced "Ultimate Wolverine vs. Hulk" is going to be-- "Lost" Co-Creator Damon Lindelof, who'll be joined by artist Leinil Francis Yu on the title.
Diamond has released the top comic numbers based on actual sales for product shipped in August, 2005, including Market Share, Top 300 Comics, Top 100 Graphic Novels/TPB's and Top 50 Manga. DC's "Justice" #1 leads the pack this month.
This past Tuesday, Dark Horse Comics editor Scott Allie took part in our regular CBR Chats talking about everything and anything Dark Horse, including the latest on "Hellboy," "Conan" and much more.
In the darkest days of World War II, a secret war was waged. Nazi Germany unleashed their secret division of soldiers capable of wielding sinister occult forces. Standing in their way was America's best defense against supernatural evil, "The Lost Squad." CBR News spoke to writer Chris Kirby about the mini-series, plus got loads of preview art from issues #1 & 2.
In stores today is "Salamander Dream," the first full length graphic novel from Hope ("Flight," "True Porn 2") Larson, the story of a young girl's coming of age journey within a magic forest. CBR News spoke with Larson to learn more about this book.
Another Wednesday, another batch of Marvel Previews. Check out six-page previews of "Amazing Fantasy," "Fantastic Four/Iron Man: Big In Japan," "Devil Dinosaur" and "Spider-Girl."
This December, Douglas Rushkoff and Liam Sharpe take a closer look at the power of stories in their new ongoing series "Testament" from Vertigo. CBR News spoke to Rushkoff about the series, which examines the struggles of a resistance cell in a dark dystopian world and looks at how these battles are similar to the trials and tribulations of many Old Testament biblical characters.
The sell-outs keep coming for DC, as "Supergirl" #1 is headed back to press for a third printing with a new cover by Ian Churchill inspired by the classic cover of "Action Comics" #242. Updated
With the second issues of Speakeasy's "Of Bitter Souls" #2 hitting stands tomorrow, CBR News brings you the entire first issue of the series-- by Chuck Satterlee & Norm Breyfogle-- for your reading pleasure.