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The award-winning artist and writer P. Craig Russell talks to CBR about "The Dream Hunters" and the other Neil Gaiman book he illustrated and adapted, "Coraline," his passion for adaptations and his love of opera.
The star of NBC's "Heroes" and the producer of Devil's Due's "Rest," Milo Ventimiglia stopped by CBR TV to talk about the latest developments on both projects, including de-powering Peter and what exactly a "producer" does on a comic book.
Writer David Hine is charged with the task of rebuilding the Terminator in “Faces of Evil: Deathstroke.” And what better way than a good old fashioned killing spree? We spoke with Hine about the DC one-shot.
In this first edition of a new CBR feature, writer Jeff Parker gets into the nitty gritty with artist Tom Fowler about their new collaboration, Wildstorm's "Mysterius The Unfathomable." A must-read for comics process junkies!
The legendary "Creepy" is back and on MySpace Dark Horse Presents, courtesy of writer Andrew Mayer and Lukas Ketner. CBR spoke with Ketner about the web comic, classic horror comics, and being “too professional.”
Writer Christos Gage stops by X-POSITION to talk about his and artist Marco Alberti's new miniseries, "X-Men/Spider-Man," featuring a Spidey for every era. We also touch on House of M, the Initiative and more.
CBR brings you more than 45 previews of new comics on sale today, November 12, 2008, from publishers including DC Comics, Wildstorm, Marvel, Image, Devil's Due, BOOM!, Radical, Dabel Bros. and Dynamite.
CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale from DC Comics and Wildstorm this Wednesday including "Nightwing" #150, "JSA Kingdom Come Special: Superman," "Green Lantern Corps" #30 and more.
One of The Flash's most classic foes, The Trickster has existed in two incarnations, both of whom have had quite a ride in events connected with DC Comics' epic "Final Crisis." We look at the characters' origins.
In a piece produced for a Chicago website, comics creator Erik Larsen became the first to depict Barack Obama in his new role as President Elect. In the one-page piece, Obama thanks the Savage Dragon for his support.
December's “What If? Fallen Son” one-shot looks at a world where Iron Man, not Captain America, was killed in the aftermath of Civil War. CBR News speaks with writer Marc Sumerak about the book.
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale this week including an exclusive preview of "Mice Templar" #6 by Bryan J. L. Glass & Michael Avon Oeming.
Courtesy of Devil's Due Publishing, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale this week "Voltron A Legend Forged' #1, "Spooks: Omega Team" #3 and "United Free Worlds" #3.
Courtesy of Dynamite Entertainment, CBR brings you an advance look at "The Lone Ranger" #15. Featuring a cover by John Cassaday, this issue goes on sale on Wednesday of this week.
With her highly acclaimed TOKYOPOP series "Off*Beat" on indefinite hiatus, one cartoonist turns to self-publishing for her new genre-bending project. Jen Lee Quick talks to CBR about "Renascence."
In a press release issued on the official WizKids Web site today, the Topps Company announced they will immediately cease operations of and discontinue their WizKids product lines, including the popular HeroClix.
Surely a creator to watch, Kevin Colden talks to CBR about his acclaimed IDW graphic novel about a real-life murder, "Fishtown," as well as the role of webcomics in today's industry and what readers can expect from him next.
We sit down with Director of Content John Cerilli to wish Marvel Digital Comics Unlimited a happy birthday and talk about the program's first year, its foray into original content, and what readers can expect in the future.
Courtesy of BOOM! Studios, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale this week including "Cthulhu Tales" #8, 'Fall of Cthulhu: Godwar" #3, "Galveston" #1, "Last Reign: Kings of War" #1, and three Warhammer titles.
Acclaimed comics creator Matt Wagner checks in with word on his latest hit Vertigo series, "Madame Xanadu," from an appearance by Neil Gaimain's Death to the return of Xanadu legend Mike Kaluta on the next story arc.
Courtesy of Radical Comics, CBR brings you an advance look at "City of Dust: A Philip Krome Story" #2. Written by Steve Niles and featuring four covers, this issue goes on sale this week.
The world changes and a Justice League begins to form in last week’s issue of “Trinity,” but how does all this tie into John Stewart’s transformations and the armada led by Despero?
Courtesy of Dark Horse, CBR brings you an advance look at "The Goon" #30 by writer-artist Eric Powell and colorist Dave Stewart. On sale this week, this issue sees the war Labrazio escalate and Franky face his greatest moral dilemma.
The CBR Reviews team was certainly busy this past week, with 17 different books reviewed. “Ultimate Spider-Man Annual” #1, “Gigantic” #1, “Sandman: The Dream Hunters” #1 and “Fishtown” all received 4.5 star ratings.
CBR News catches up with games journalist turned games writer Rhianna Pratchett to talk about EA's “Mirror’s Edge” video game and her first comics work, Wildstorm's comic book tie-in.
Dark Horse has released images and solicitation information for new comics and products on sale in February 2009 including new issues of "Hellboy," "Buffy," "Mister X," "Conan The Cimmerian," "Gigantic" and much more.
Moonstone Books is re-launching their “The Phantom” title, and CBR News talks to writer Mike Bullock and creative consultant David Michelinie about the direction of and inspirations behind the new series.
CBR speaks with cartoonist John Kerschbaum about "Petey & Pussy," his extremely rude and gloriously disgusting series about an unsavory cat and dog with the heads of balding middle-aged men.
CBR News speaks with writer Joe Kelly about the big developments in “Amazing Spider-Man” #576, in stores now, and what fans can expect the next time he takes the Wall-crawler out for a spin.
What do "Death Note," The Sandman, Chuck Dixon and murder have to do with each other? This week's Comic Book Legends Revealed, of course! Read on for an edition filled with death, lies and other topics of horror.
Legendary creator J.M. DeMatteis teams with his “Justice League International” partner Keith Giffen on the final three issues of “Hero Squared,” their cult superhero send-up at BOOM! Studios.
Readers hungry for humor in the Mighty Marvel Manner can now satisfy that craving with the daily “Marvel Super Hero Squad” comic strips at Marvel.com. We spoke with Nate Cosby and John Cerilli about the strips.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale next Wednesday including "Captain Britain and MI: 13" #7, "Eternals Annual" #1, "New Exiles" #13, "Spider-Man Loves Mary Jane" #4 and more. Previews fixed!
The Hero Initiative & iVerse Media have formed a partnership that will result in proceeds from select comics available in the iTunes App Store going to the non- profit group.
CBR talks to writer Joe Casey, who drops hints on the many surprise guest stars that flesh out the three-issue “Project Superpowers” spinoff “Death Defying ‘Devil,” coming in December from Dynamite Entertainment.
Courtesy of Top Cow Productions, CBR brings you an exclusive first look at "Broken Trinity" #3 by writer Ron Marz and artists Stjepan Sejic & Phji Hester, on sale next week in finer comics stores everywhere.
Greg McElhatton looks at P. Craig Russell's adaptation of Neil Gaiman & Yoshitaka Amano's "Sandman: The Dream Hunters" novella. saying the end result makes the story feel brand new all over again. More Reviews.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "Wolverine" #69 by writer Mark Millar and artist Steve McNiven. On sale next week, this issue continues the "Old Man Logan" storyline.
In this one-off edition we ask if "Superboy and the Legion of Super-Heroes" artist Jim Sherman designed the logo for Major League Baseball? The answer is more complicated than you might think!
CBR checked in with writers Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning and editor Bill Rosemann about what the future holds for the Guardians of the Galaxy now that the team members have gone their separate ways.