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Marvel unveiled their plans for the X-Men in 2007 and CBR News was on hand at Wizard World LA. What is "Endangered Species?" We've got answers.
Yes, the blond vampire with a soul is a "bloody puppet" in IDW's "Spike: Shadow Puppets." We spoke with writer Brian Lynch about this latest "Angel" spin-off mini-series.
We went in-depth with Mike Carey to talk about this year's big X-Men event and to learn just what it means for the mutants. Also, don't miss the scribe's answers to some classic X-debates!
A panel of filmmakers and comic creator spoke to Wizard World Los Angeles attendees about the meeting of the comics publishing and film production worlds.
By learning the intimacies of the three-act structure, Peter David shows how most stories are told and gives convention attendees the ability to psychically predict the plot twists of B movies. Updated with photos.
Time to transform & roll out or be destroyed, as Galvatron makes his debut in "Transformers Spotlight." We spoke with writer Simon Furman to learn more about the re-imagining of this major villain.
To celebrate the 200th edition of REFLECTIONS, Robert turned things around and asked some of his previous interview subjects (Busiek, Loeb, Waid, Rucka, etc.) to interview him, with some very interesting results.
Later this year, to coincide with the release of the film, Steve Niles returns to Barrow, Alaska and is joined by legendary artist Bill Sienkiewicz in the new mini-series "30 Days of Night: Beyond Barrow." We spoke with both men to get all the horrific details.
Before Tony Montana was Scarface, he was a "Devil In Disguise." We spoke with writer Joshua Jabcuga about IDW's new "Scarface" prequel.
Jim Kirk, Optimus Prime, Scarface and Gene Simmons -- the wildly diverse line of titles from IDW knows no bounds, and publisher Chris Ryall was happy to tell fans all about it.
Later this year school will be back in session for the original X-Men as "X-Men: First Class" graduates from a mini-series to an ongoing series. CBR News spoke with writer Jeff Parker about the book.
Many of Marvel's brightest minds drew back the curtain to reveal what the new Marvel universe will look like in some of the new projects for upcoming months.
DC Executive Editor Dan Didio presided over an a very laid-back DC Universe panel early Saturday afternoon at Wizard World LA featuring a variety of DC creators on secret-protection patrol.
KISS superstars Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley, along with Scott Rosenberg and Rick Sprague from Platinum Studios reveal their plans for the rock group's latest invasion into the four-color world, "KISS 4K."
It's almost Stanley Cup season and the kids in "Degrassi" are in the mood. We've got an exclusive preview of "Degrassi: Extra Credit" Volume 4, so check it out!
Those crazy guys at CSBG are back with more truth than even Colbert could handle! Was Cap supposed to die before? Does Jonah Hex look like someone you know? All that and more-- just click on the link.
Following the death of Captain America, the Marvel U is mourning the loss of one of their greatest heroes. Jeph Loeb will examine that grief in the upcoming "Fallen Son: The Death of Captain America."
Marvel Comics has refuted claims in a lawsuit filed by Stan Lee Media Inc, who have also found their claims in dispute by Stan Lee himself. Confused? Read on.
This June, Marvel Comics will give fans something old, something new, and something red, white and blue with release of "Avengers Classic" #1. We spoke with Editor Andy Schmidt about the series.
Top Cow Vice President of Marketing and Sales Filip Sablik and some of the imprint's stable of creators present upcoming plans for several of their familiar characters and preview a trailer for a brand new project.
The death of his father was one of the defining moments in the life of Daredevil. This July, readers will find out about his dad in "Daredevil: Battling Jack Murdock." We spoke with editor Warren Simons about the mini-series.
Marvel Comics held their first panel today, focusing on a slew of new projects and their big "World War Hulk" event. We've got all the details.
A group that clearly enjoys working together, the banter-heavy staff of Aspen Comics talked about new projects and showed off more of the signature artwork that's made them such a name in the industry.
Bill Willingham, Jimmy Palmiotti and DC Director of Sales Bob Wayne joined DiDio on stage Friday for a no holds barred battle of wits with DC's loyal Los Angeles fans.
In addition to miles and miles of Manhattan sky line, the upcoming "Spider-Man 3" video game features over 20 miles of subways and sewers and we've got a video preview for you.
"The Walking Dead" #36 and "After The Cape" #1 are just some of the Image Comics previews we've got for you today. Check out the new issues of "Girls" and "Gødland" too!
Top Cow President Matt Hawkins sat down with CBR News to discuss the studio's plans for downloadable comics version of books like "Witchblade" & "The Darkness."
Need a ghost and demon hunter? Who you gonna call? How about Archaia's "Okko?" We spoke with French creator Hub about this uniquely told and designed series.
Top Cow Productions and Bandai Entertainment have provided CBR News with a full-color preview of "Witchblade Manga" #2. Check it out!
Learn why your definition of a hero may be put to the challenge this June, with a new superhero epic by Warren Ellis and Avatar Press. We spoke with Ellis about "Black Summer."
Marvel Comics previews some of its most hotly anticipated titles for April, including a five-page advance look at "Runaways" #25, the first issue by Joss Whedon.
"The Losers" and "Green Arrow: Year One" artist Jock invited CBR News to his England studio for a detailed tour of his studio, and we've brought back tons of pictures.
Dynamite Entertainment has provided CBR News with full-color previews and solicitation info for these new issues shipping this week to comic stores everywhere.
Cap killer Tom Brevoort guest-blogs at Comics Should Be Good to take a look at the media attention Marvel's generated over the last year, especially with the death of Captain America.
Marvel comics published on their official site today an image of the Punisher in a very Cap-like costume, addressing certain post-"Civil War" suspicions about the mantle of Captain America.
Per Captain America's last request, talk show host Stephen Colbert received last night the fallen hero's most valuable possession -- his indestructible vibranium shield.
This Summer, green won't be the color of envy it will be the color of rage as the Hulk returns from space to wage war on the heroes that exiled him, in the mini-series "World War: Hulk." We spoke with writer Greg Pak about the series.
News reached fans and peers today that veteran comics writer Arnold Drake passed away this morning. He was 83.
Marvel has released a preview of "Amazing Spider-Man: Swing Shift," their offering for this year's Free Comic Book Day.
Dark Horse comics has released images and solicitation images for comics and products shipping in June, 2007.