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It's Fred Van Lente day at Comics Should Be Good, and the writer stopped by for an exclusive chat about his latest project: "Wolverine First Class," featuring all-new adventures set in the X-Men's early days.
"Ultimates 3.1" is in stores and fans are already reeling from the shock. CBR News spoke exclusively with writer Jeph Loeb and previewed exclusive artwork from issue #3.2. SPOILER WARNING IN FULL EFFECT!
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you exclusive first looks at lavishly rendered pages from the latest Marvel Illustrated adaptations, Homer's "The Iliad" and Oscar Wilde's "Picture of Dorian Gray."
John Mayo follows up on Monday's sales estimates with an analysis of those numbers, looking at who the big movers and shakers were in comic shops in October and what it all means.
This season, Mike Carey has two very different holiday gifts for fans: a story in the new "Marvel Holiday Special" and the one-shot "Wolverine: Firebreak." CBR News spoke with Carey about both projects.
"Strangers in Paradise" author Terry Moore took a break from his new series "Spider-Man Loves Mary Jane," "Runaways" and "Echo" to show CBR News around his home studio in this week's STUDIO TOURS.
In its third in a series of three "State of the Initiative" podcasts, "Avengers: Initiative" writer Dan Slott discussed Iron Man's vaulting ambition, the Initiation's first graduation, and who just might survive the upcoming "Killed in Action" story arc.
This March, one of Marvel's most intrepid and heavily armed time travelers make his return, when "Cable #1 hits stores. CBR News spoke with writer Duane Swierczynski about the series.
Courtesy of Dark Horse, CBR brings you a first look at completed pages from "Buffy The Vampire Slayer: Season Eight" #9, shipping this week to finer comics stores everywhere.
This week in CBR's X-POSITION, George chats with "X-Men" writer Mike Carey, who spills on "Endangered Species," "Messiah CompleX," and the new "X-Men: Legacy" title. Plus exclusive new artwork, as always!
In addition to new information about the "Serenity: Better Days" miniseries, Dark Horse has released images of the new "Serenity" lunch-boxes, which go on sale in April, 2008.
Courtesy of Oni Press, CBR brings you a massive 41-page preview of James Stokoe's original graphic novel "Wonton Soup," the story of intergalactic cookery, star trucking and space ninjas.
Courtesy of Dynamite, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics shipping next week including "Red Sonja: Doom of the Gods" #3 and "New Battlestar Galactica: Season Zero" #4.
CBR talks to writer/artist Phil Hester about the upcoming Marvel Comics/Top Cow crossover, "Daredevil/Magdalena," which sees the titular characters teaming up to find a missing child on Christmas Eve.
Multiple Harvey, Eisner and Ignatz award nominee Paul Hornschemeier is lending his trademark artistic style to Marvel's "Omega: The Unknown," and CBR News spoke with him about his contributions to the acclaimed title.
CBR's John Mayo has the estimated sales figures for the Top 300 Comics and Top 100 Trades with Market Share in October, 2007. DC Comics led all in market share, while Marvel had the #1 comic with "New Avengers" #35.
Filmmaker/Actor Ed Burns ("The Brothers McMullen," "Saving Private Ryan") teams up with co-writer Jimmy Palmiotti and Virgin Comics for "Dock Walloper," a story of New York in the roaring '20s, the first issue of which is on sale this week.
Things get real ugly in the latest issue of "Countdown to Final Crisis" thanks to Deadshot and Brian and Justin are here to help you navigate through everything "Countdown" related.
Courtesy Marvel Comics, we've got previews of more 12/5 shipping books including "Annihilation: Conquest" #2, "Howard The Duck" #3, "Omega: The Unknown" #3, "What If? X-Men," "Wyrms" #6" & "X-Men: Die By The Sword" #4.
Courtesy of Image, we've got previews of new comics shipping next week including exclusive first looks at "Suburban Glamour" #2 and "PvP" #37, plus pages from "Dynamo 5" #9, "Brawl" #2 and more.
Marvel has provided CBR with advance looks at new books shipping 12/5 including "Avengers: The Initiative Annual" #1, "House of M: Avengers" #2, "Ms. Marvel" #22, "Silver Surfer: In Thy Name" #2, "The Order" #5, "Ultimate X-Men" #88 and "World War Hulk: Aftersmash."
Just how did Dark Horse get that invaluable Star Wars license? "Dark Empire" writer Tom Veitch tells all! Also this week: the Golden Age Batman's purple gloves, plus legends of the Legion of Super-Heroes!
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of MAX title "Foolkiller" #3 by Gregg Hurwitz and Len Medina, shipping December 19th.
Cocaine smuggler George Jung's life was chronicled in the motion picture "Blow" starring Johnny Depp. Now his story will be told in comics via "The Adventures of George Jung."
CBR speaks with two creators from Greece who're bringing to Image Comics their story of an awkward 14-year-old boy obsessed with his favorite comic book, "Mister Universe," a book about a tireless intergalactic hero.
"Fantastic Four" editor Tom Brevoort unveiled today in a blog posting the new trade dress to debut with the hotly anticipated Mark Millar and Bryan hitch run on the Marvel Comics flagship title.
Fans won't want to miss this discussion with Brian Michael Bendis about events taking place in "Mighty Avengers," "New Avengers," and the forthcoming "Secret Invasion."
The ongoing saga of Z-Cult FM unfolds, as today they've announced the removal of DC Comics & Top Cow torrents from the site at the request of the copyright holders.
Comics Should Be Good concludes its conversation with producers Sam Raimi and Robert Tapert about "30 Days of Night," "Spider-Man 4," "The Hobbit," and the evolution of Raimi's directorial style.
Courtesy of Top Cow, CBR brings you a first look at "Madame Mirage" #4 by Paul Dini and Kenneth Rocafort, shipping in December to finer comics stores everywhere.
With "Dan Dare" #1 on sale this week from Virgin Comics, CBR News talks to writer Garth Ennis about the British pulp icon he's waited years and years to write.
In "Spider-Man Family" #6, writer-artist Chris Eliopoulos brings back a thunder god not seen in 20 years. Not the tall blond guy with a hammer, rather a small green guy with a hammer. The Frog of Thunder... wait, what?
Chris Knowles is back, taking a deep look at the role Astrotheology played in Superman's creation the iconic poses of Hercules throughout history.
Comics Should Be Good talks to producers Sam Raimi and Robert Tapert about "30 Days of Night" and gets Raimi's view on Spidey's marriage, "Spider-Man 4," and addresses those Hobbit rumors.
Courtesy of Dynamite, we've got images of the new Marc Silvestri-inspired Red Sonja 35th anniversary statue, giving you a 360-degree view of piece set to ship in April, 2008.
Writer Chris Knowles suggested last week on CBR that images on the cover of "Action Comics" #1 may have been borrowed from a Renaissance painting of Hercules. He's back in part 1 of a detailed comparison of the works.
The fan-favorite artist of books like "Nextwave" and "Superman: Secret Identity," Stuart Immonen invites CBR readers into his home studio to see where he creates the fantastic images of "Ultimate Spider-Man."
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you more previews of new comics shipping this week including "Black Panther" #32, "Magician Apprentice" #11, "Moon Knight Annual" #1 and more.
Dark Horse and Tara McPherson continue to dominate over other publishers and creators in popularity on MySpace.com, but DC, Marvel and others are making ground while Image and Dynamite makes plans for a future advance. Updated
Courtesy of Top Cow, CBR brings you an 8-page preview of "The Darkness" #1 and an exclusive first look at writer Phil Hester's variant cover for the new issue set to ship in December.