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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.
The Eisner Awards are underway for 2009, and Robot 6's JK Parkin is liveblogging the event. Who will win? Who will lose? Who will give the most entertaining acceptance speech? Stay tuned to find out, tonight!!
The astonishing anthology from the storyboard artists of Disney animation takes its once a year bow with "What is Torch Tiger," with another volume on tap for 2010. CBR spoke with artist Paul Briggs about this labor of love.
CBR News spoke with Robert Kirkman about the future of his ongoing titles, teasing major change-ups for all of them – including the conclusion of "The Astounding Wolf-Man."
Vertigo's panel at Comic-Con International in San Diego featured discussions of much of the publisher's line, with a healthy roster of creators in attendance. Two new graphic novels and Mike Allred's latest project are announced within.
Alex Ross and Dynamite Entertainment earn the blessing of Joe Simon and Jack Kirby's family in their just-announced endeavor to bring the satirical '50s hero back to his roots in a modern day setting.
Joe Quesada presents the creative process behind the creation of the first official Marvelman piece of artwork in nearly two decades in this special Comic-Con International edition of Cup O' Doodles.
Two Bens with delightfully twisted minds, writer McCool and artist Templesmith plan on unifying their sickly visions with "Choker," an all-new miniseries from Image Comics announced at CCI.
Joe Quesada stops by the CBR yacht to discuss Marvel's biggest news of the weekend - the company's just announced acquisition of the long time legally entangled Marvelman character!
Marvel Comics has announced at Comic-Con International that they have acquired the rights to the Marvelman character, celebrating the occasion with an illustration drawn by none other than Joe Quesada himself.
DC Comics held its DC Nation panel Friday afternoon at San Diego's Comic-Con International, Executive Editor Dan DiDio and company answered fan questions about Blackest Night and more.
Writers and artists from the Batman line of books talked to the Comic-Con crowd about the new books, the new characters, the new co-features, Manhunter's move to Gotham and refused to reveal the identity of Batgirl.
Jeph Loeb talks to CBR EXCLUSIVELY about the raging new lady who smashes into the pages of he and Ian Churchill's upcoming Hulks storyline, "Code Red," before sauntering into "World War Hulks" later this year.
Marvel Editor-in-Chief Joe Quesada leads his annual open Q&A accompanied by some of Marvel's biggest talent, and CBR is there LIVE!
Superstar writer Geoff Johns recently stopped by the CBR yacht at Comic-Con International to discuss "Blackest Night," zombie super heroes and all things Green Lantern Corps related.
Fighting demons at home and abroad, Phil Hester and Brian Churilla's “The Anchor” debuts in October. The new ongoing was announced at BOOM! Studios' panel at CCI, and we spoke with the creators to get all the details.
CBR News talks to Bill Willingham about IDW’s “Back Roads,” his upcoming collaboration with Gene Ha, about a network of roads that, when used correctly, lead travelers to a multiverse of fantasy worlds.
In an alternate universe where there are no heroes and no villains, everything quickly turns to gray. Fred Van Lente and Dennis Calero are returning to it this winter for “X-Men Noir: Mark of Cain.”
CCI may be here, but the Comic Book Urban Legends train stops for no one! This week, Brian tackles the Comics Code Authority as well as the infamous third Summers brother from the X-Universe.
The long-awaited reunion of six of the seven founding fathers of Image Comics is just around the corner. Robert Kirkman and Todd McFarlane spoke with CBR News about the current state of the hotly anticipated series.
Marvel's X-Men panel at Comic-Con International saw the announcement of an upcoming X-Force, New Mutants, and X-Men Legacy crossover, and the return of Magneto. Full report right here on CBR.
This October, the psychic vampire Selene puts her master plan into action in "Necrosha," which will affect multiple X-titles. We spoke with Craig Kyle, Chris Yost, Mike Carey, and Zeb Wells about the project.
CBR kicks off our Boat Show series for CCI 2009 with an interview with Rob Liefeld and Erik Larsen as they talk about the highly anticipated series, "Image United."
Day one of Comic-Con International 2009 is in the books, and Robot 6 has a round up of news and rumors about "Bone," "Metalocalypse," "Absolute Green Lantern: Rebirth" and more.
DC has announced that “Justice Society of America” will be split into two titles by the end of the year. CBR spoke with Matthew Sturges, writer of the new book, entitled, “JSA All Stars,” starring Power Girl and Magog.
“AvP” returns for six issues of carnage, courtesy of Dark Horse. CBR spoke with editor Chris Warner about the new series, “Three World War,” announced at Comic-Con International.
This October, in “Doctor Voodoo: Avenger of the Supernatural” #1, the title character officially debuts as the Marvel Universe’s Sorcerer Supreme. CBR News spoke with Jefte Palo, the artist tasked with depicting his world.
Reginald Hudlin and Denys Cowan take readers back to the early days of WWII with "Captain America/Black Panther: Flags of Our Fathers," a 4 issue Marvel Knights series which documents the title characters' first meeting.
Dark Horse has announced series three of Gerard Way and Gabriel Ba's “Umbrella Academy,” and will reveal another project at Saturday's panel. Read today's interview with Way now and check back tomorrow for more.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale next Wednesday including ""Dark Reign: The Hood" #3, "Fantastic Four" #569, "Marvel Zombies 4" #4, "New Avengers" #55 and more.
At CCI on Friday, Archie Comics announced new titles, both print and web-based, an iTunes subscription plan and Michael Uslan discussed his new limited series “Archie Marries Veronica.”
The writer of such DC Comics titles as “Blackest Night,” “Green Lantern” and “The Flash: Rebirth,” Geoff Johns met with fans at Comic-Con in San Diego to answer questions about his career and upcoming projects.
Publisher and EiC Chris Ryall led a group discussion with several IDW notables and newcomers, announcing a number of new titles including "Weekly World News," an adaptation of… the supermarket tabloid paper?