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Next March sees the debut of a new super-team to the DC Universe in the pages of "The Human Race." Series writer/creator Ben Raab spoke with CBR News about the series and what it ultimately means for the DCU. Includes a three lettered page preview & character sketches.
Diamond has released the top comic numbers based on actual sales for product shipped in November, 2004, including Market Share, Top 300 Comics and Top 100 Graphic Novels/TPB's.
Image Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping March, 2005.
Next Spring sees the release of "Living In Infamy" by Ben Raab and Deric A. Hughes, the story of a small town set-up as part of the Federal Witness Protection Program that plays host to reformed super villains. Raab spoke with CBR News about the series.
You probably know Patrick Neighly as the author of books "Subatomic," "Texarkana" or "The Supernaturalists." In a lengthy and revealing interview, Neighly talks with Jonathan Ellis about his own work, his thoughts on the current state of the industry and much more.
Image Comics and Raven Gregory have provided CBR News with a 19-page preview of "The Gift" #9, hitting comic shops later this month.
Today, Marvel officially announced that novelist Orson Scott Card will be handling the writing chores on the upcoming mini-series "Ultimate Iron Man."
It's been made official as Time.com's Andrew Arnold announced Orson Scott Card will be writing a six-issue "Ultimate Iron Man" series while revealing a host of other 2005 product.
DC Comics' "Hawman" title recently saw a change in artists, with Brazillian Joe Bennet coming on board with this month's issue #35. We caught up with the artist and have preview art from issues #35 & #36.
Next March sees the debut of the Image Comics series "Sea of Red." From Rick Remender, Kieron Dwyer and Salgood Sam, the series is a blend of horror, pirate stories and a classic tale of revenge. Remender & Dwyer spoke with CBR News exclusively about the series.
DC Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping in March of 2005.
DC's next big event is shaping up to be the March debuting one-shot "DC Countdown." CBR News sat down with writer Judd Winick to learn more about the book and what it means for the DCU.
This weekend in Los Angeles saw a couple of appearances with the likes of Joe Casey and Keith Giffen with a number of other pros stopping by to say hello. CBR News was there to capture it all on film (digital, naturally).
Next February, Andrew Cosby and Dark Horse turn the United States into a quarantine zone as a vampiric like plague spreads across the nation. CBR News spoke with Cosby to get the gruesome details. Includes a first look at interiors by artist Jason Alexander.
While few details are currently available, the cover to the March shipping Previews has made it on to the Internet with details of a new 80-Page Special called "Countdown" featuring an all-star cast of DC creators.
Phil Hester's "The Atheist," coming from Image Comics in February, brings a more mainline Dr. Who to comics. CBR News spoke with Hester about his new creation Antoine Sharp, AKA The Atheist.
Next February sees the release of the ongoing spy thriller "The Expatriate." We spoke with writer B. Clay Moore about the Image Comics series and he gave us an extended look at art by Jason Latour.
God is Red and Sal Abbinanti wants to tell you all about it in January's "Atomika," from Speakeasy Comics, about a cold war era Russia that dominates the world with the God's looking to regain their power.
Following the success of Gotham Entertainment's "Spider-Man: India," the company has formed a partnership with renowned spiritualist Deepak Chopra, his son Gotham and acclaimed director Shekhar Kapur. CBR News spoke with Deepak & Gotham Chopra, as well as Gotham Entertainment's Sharad Devarajan to learn more about their future plans.
With the return of one of DC's favorite super-teams, writer Mark Waid sat down with CBR News to talk about bringing back "The Legion of Super-Heroes." He discusses his plans for the characters and addresses concerns long-time fans may have about the book. Includes lettered pages from issue #1.
In January Dan Wickline and Ben Templesmith bring together future tech, sci-fi action and the way of the samurai in IDW's "Blood-Stained Sword." We spoke with Wickline to learn more about his plans for the book.
While She-Hulk may not be one of the marquee characters at Marvel, it's a title that's quickly gaining attention. Writer Dan Slott talks about what he's working on for the book and the big plans for "She-Hulk" in 2005.
In "Hack/Slash," creator Tim Seely takes a different look at the classic slasher movies. Seely spoke with CBR News about his next one-shot, "Hack/Slash: Comic Book Carnage," and shines some light on rumors that Cassie Hack may end up in "Freddy Vs. Jason 2" and much more.
Marvel hands out three new exlusive contracts to Michal Ryan, Aaron Lopresti and Frankie D'Armata. Includes preview art from Ryan on "New X-Men: Academy X."
Dark Horse Comics has provided CBR with a four-page prelude to this Wednesday's "Samurai: Heaven & Earth" #1 by Ron Marz and Luke Ross.
Picking up where the CrossGen series left off, writer Brian Pulido talks about the return of "Medieval Lady Death" and what plans he has in store for Hope, Wolf, Char and the rest. Includes a first look at art from issue #1 by Di Amorim. Image Enlargement Fixed
A casualty of the CrossGen bankruptcy, MV Creations, the studio behind comics such as "Masters of the Universe," "Rob Zombie's Spookshow International" and "Tales of the Realm," is on the verge of bankruptcy themselves. Owner Val Staples spoke with CBR News about the situation.
Image Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping February, 2005.
In February, 2005 AdHouse books will release their second anthology, this time with a super hero theme, called "Project: Superior." Editor Chris Pitzer and contributor J. Chris Campbell give us a look and talk about the book, which features a mix of indy and mainstream creators.
Next Summer, "The Punisher" star Thomas Jane will debut his first comics work with "Bad Planet" from IDW. Jane revelaed the name of the series artist, plus talked with us about his plans for the series and more. Includes an exclusive first look at art from the series.
Next week sees the release of "Darkness" #17, featuring the first of the four-part "Hell House" story by writer David Lapham. Top Cow has provided CBR News with a four-page preview of the book.
Marvel Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping February, 2005.
This January sees the debut of a new ongoing series from Image Comics, "Pigtale" by Ovi Nedelcu. With a unique visual style and eclectic storyline, the series is already receiving raves from industry pros. CBR News sat down with Nedelcu to learn more about the series.
Image Comics has provided CBR News with a five page preview of the January debuting series "Freedom Force" based on the popular PC/Mac video game of the same name.
With the third issue of novelist Richard K. Morgan's run on "Black Widow" due out later this month, CBR News caught up with the writer to learn more about his first comics writing experience. Includes preview art from issue #3.
Disney made it official today by announcing they've purcharsed the assets of CrossGen Entertainment and "Abadazad" will be amongst the first books to make a return.
DC Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping in February of 2005.
Diamond has released the top comic numbers based on actual sales for product shipped in October, 2004, including Market Share, Top 300 Comics, Top 50 Graphic Novels/TPB's and Manga.
CBR News has learned that following Jeph Loeb's departure on "Superman/Batman" with issue #25 that writer/director David Goyer will be spending some time on the title.
This December sees the release of a new collection of Howard Chaykin's ground breaking 1980s series "American Flagg!" CBR News sat down with Chaykin to look back at his creative process on the series as well as what the future holds for Reuben Flagg.