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The countless comics of President Obama! More Comic-Con postmortems! Adam Warren talks "Empowered"! Rafael Grampá talks (a little) about "Furry Water"! Plus, the Cousin Oliver of "The New Teen Titans"!
It's New Comics Day in the USA, and CBR brings you more than 20 previews of books on sale now including new issues of "Fantastic Four," "Secret Warriors," "The Lone Ranger," "The Complete Dracula" and more.
Representatives and creators from Archaia and the Jim Henson Company met with fans to discuss the comic book versions of "The Dark Crystal" and "Fraggle Rock" as well as "Mouse Guard," "Artesia" and more.
WildStorm announced new creative teams for "The Authority," "Gen13" and "WildCATS," as well as a new creator-owned series called "Kurt Busiek’s American Gothic." The publisher also confirmed reprint plans for "Planetary."
Fans crowded in for the annual Black Panel at Comic-Con, hosted by wisecracking Michael Davis and featuring Nichelle Nichols and other luminaries from comics, film and music discussing black art and creators.
The 2008 Diamond Best New Publisher Award winners took the podium at Comic-Con with some impressive announcements, including "Underworld Evolution" director Len Weisman's "Shrapnel" film.
"Cyberforce/Hunter-Killer" is an all-new "Cyberforce" series, illustrated by Kenneth Rocafort and written by an as-yet announced author. CBR News spoke with publisher Filip Sablik about the new series.
The folks at Top Shelf shared their excitement over "League of Extraordinary Gentlemen" Volume III, the "Surrogates" film and plenty more with fans at Comic-Con, and CBR was there.
Filmmaker Terry Gilliam met with fans in San Diego to discuss his latest film and co-star Heath Ledger’s death. The filmmaker also received a special honor from Comic-Con.
Creators from all corners of the industry joined Dan DiDio on Sunday to discuss comic books and share their own histories as fans with attendees at Comic-Con International in San Diego.
Last week at Comic-Con International in San Diego, IDW Publishing showcased its Angel universe, including the crossover with Peter David's "Fallen Angel" and and the announcement of Bill Willingham as the new "Angel" writer.
Legendary underground publisher Denis Kitchen took the stage at Comic-Con International Saturday, looking back on his 40-plus-year career as a cartoonist, entrepreneur, comics historian and champion of artists’ liberties.
Superman himself lands at the CBR Boat Show to talk about two new comic book films he's appearing in: "Dead of Night," based on the popular Dylan Dog comics from Italy, and Bryan Lee O'Malley's "Scott Pilgrim."
Devil's Due Publishing's Comic-Con panel shared what's new for 2009 and beyond from the launch of hip hop artist Murs' "Merch Girl" to rumblings of cinematic Sheena news and "Hack/Slash" turning 25.
Del Rey announces "The Last Airbender" prequel, adaptation! A round-up of new manga licenses! The state of retailers, and Twitter, at Comic-Con! Plus, bravely revisiting 1995's "Batman: Knight Gallery"!
Coloring comic books is a highly involved art, and CBR News spoke with colorist Laura Martin about that creative process, her favorite projects, and her new exclusive deal with Marvel Comics.
Marvel's final panel at San Diego's Comic-Con International focused on the female creators at the House of Ideas. CBR brings you a report of the discussion, including news of the latest Marvel-exclusive creator.
What has red eyes, a blue cat and vomits blood? Red Lantern Nerdy Bird at her second day of Comic-Con International! But has Dex-Star stolen her thunder?
Top Cow hosted a panel discussion alongside founder Marc Silvestri, writers Phil Hester and Ron Marz, plus special guests Milo Ventimiglia and the creators of the Magdalena film. New announcements including a "Magdalena" ongoing by Marz.
Oni Press unleashed a slew of announcements at Comic-Con International, with a cavalcade of creators including Antony Johnson, Greg Rucka, and Bryan Lee O'Malley. CBR was there.
The Comic-Con marketing and PR chief gives CBR News the rundown on how the San Diego show dealt with ticket sell outs to "Twilight" fandemonium to the future of the show.
Courtesy of Dynamite, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale this week including "The Lone Ranger" #17, "The Complete Dracula" #2, "Army of Darkness" #23 and "Garth Ennis' Battlefields: The Tankies" #3.
Digital comics are reaching out to many platforms. Representatives from Comixology, LongBox, BOOM! Studios, iVerse, and Catastrophic Comics met at Comic-Con to discuss a whole new way of reading comics.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you a gallery of covers for "Hulk" #14, including the never-before-seen variants by Ed McGuinness! Written by Jeph Loeb with art by Ian Churchill, this issue goes on sale August 26.
The creators behind "Existence 2.0" are back for a sequel, "Existence 3.0." CBR spoke with creators Nick Spencer and Ron Salas about the series that promises to continue the high-tech noir tradition of the first.
Dark Horse to publish comics based on "Conan" movie, other Howard film properties! Top comedians assemble for anthology series! A look back at Marvel's 2004 publishing strategy! Plus, "Pugwash" cartoonist passes away!
From a Todd McFarlane-illustrated "Spawn" #200 to release dates for "Haunt" and "Image United," the Image Comics panel was nothing short of jam-packed, rounded out by a special appearance from Jim Lee!
As CCI winds down for 2009, take a look at CBR's slice-of-life live coverage from the con floor and the surrounding San Diego area, including Paul Pope's party, Todd McFarlane and more.
Publisher John Morrow and guests announced a slew of future projects, including the “American Comic Book Chronicles,” a multi-volume history series the company plans to debut next year.
The inimitable Matt Fraction mounted the deck of the CBR yacht to discuss his Eisner win for "Invincible Iron Man," the future of the X-verse and to share his feelings about a certain fellow he shared an elevator with.
Each week, comic pundits Timothy Callahan and Chad Nevett discuss the style and substance of DC's "Wednesday Comics." The conversation continues this week with an exploration of the overlooked strips from #3.
BOOM! announced ongoing series for “Farscape,” “The Muppet Show” and “The Incredibles,” a new Phil Hester book &and teased their newly acquired Disney publishing rights. And Mark Waid is … no longer evil?
Archaia Comics and Roddenberry Productions team up to discuss their new project “Days Missing,” along with a small discussion on Archaia Comics’ titles “Titanium Rain” and “Starkweather Immortal.”
The creative team behind "Charlatan Ball" is at it again with an all-new series titled "Doc Bizarre, M.D." CBR News caught up with Joe Casey and Andy Suriano for an exclusive chat about all things "Bizarre."
Fresh from announcing a new “Flash” ongoing series, Geoff Johns has told CBR News exclusively that the title of the first arc is "The Dastardly Deaths of the Rogues" and all the Flashes will be major players in the book.
Frank Cho gives CBR the skinny on his brand new Image series, "50Girl50," and how he and the series writer, Doug Murray, plans to discover new art talent to illustrate the book under his watchful eye.
She’s jealously listened to all her friends gush over this thing called Comic-Con International for years. Now that The Nerdy Bird is finally here, what does she think? More importantly, what did she see?
This October, Devil’s Due picks up where network television left off, bringing loyal fans season three of the popular CBS series "Jericho," along with another American Civil War.
In September, writer Matt Fraction introduces readers to "Nation X" in "Uncanny X-Men." We spoke with the writer about the storyline which spins out of the "Utopia" crossover and marks the return of the X-Men's oldest foe.
He's pioneered a new story direction and supplied his signature shadows in the interiors, but issue #200 of "Spawn" sees Todd McFarlane pick up the pencil once more. CBR spoke exclusively with him about it.