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With "Civil War" #5 out today, Marvel Comics has provided CBR News with a 10 panel sneak peek of the book. Get some hints as to what's to come before you go to the comic shop.
"Lions, Tigers and Bears" creator and "The Phantom" scribe Mike Bullock posts in CBR's Comics Should Be Good blog about why he writes comics for a living, as well as why he thinks "Justice League of America" ruined his viewing of "X3."
This past Monday night, comics historian Peter Sanderson held a lecture in New York City on the subject of Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons' ground breaking graphic novel "Watchmen."
Marvel Comics has provided CBR News with six-pages from the December 6th shipping "Irredeemable Ant-Man" #3 by Robert Kirkman, Phil Hester and Ande Parks.
Marvel Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping February, 2007. We've got the full list for ya. Updated
Cult horror icon Chucky will find himself in a new medium next year -- comics! Devil's Due has acquired the license and has big plans for the character.
In "Enemy of the State," the heroes of the Marvel U managed to stop a brainwashed Wolverine. In "What If? Wolverine Enemy of the State" readers will visit a world where Wolverine's rampage wasn't halted. We spoke with Jimmy Robinson about the book.
In an interview with CBR's Augie De Blieck Jr. in this week's Pipeline Podcast, writer Todd Dezago revealed that Image will release a complete Omnibus collection of his and Mike Wieringo's fan favorite "Tellos."
This January, Steven Grant returns to the crime genre with "Two Gun." Imagine the perfect crime. Then get it wrong. We spoke with Steven about the series and what we can expect.
DC Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics shipping February, 2007 and we've got the full listing for ya.
When was the last time you visited the CBR Forums? With thousands of posts each day and forums on a wide variety of subject, the CBR Forums are one of the largest and most active online comics communities. Come find out why you should join the fun.
Writer Christos Gage chats with Robert about his work on DC/Wildstorm's "Stormwatch: PHD" and Marvel's "Union Jack" (with some notes from artist Mike Perkins for Chris!) and what it's like being the new kid on the block.
This summer's exciting DC Vs. Marvel charity softball game at SDCC raised more than $2,000. Now the Hero Initiative auctions off a signed game ball featuring players' autographs as well as Jim Lee artwork!
Your weekly companion piece to DC's "52" is here once agagin. Justin goes over the latest events from Week Twenty-Seven and shares some thoughts about the revelations made this week.
America's hottest singing sensation is Marvel's newest super-hero! Wait-- what? Say, where did kryptonite really come from, anyway? And did Superman reveal his secret identity to Lois Lane as far back as 1940, because that issue's not in my collection!
The "Watchmen" and "V For Vendetta" legend goes to Springfrield in a story sure to bring the odious Comic Book Guy to his knees.
This January, Steve Niles returns to the world of zombies in the very creepy "Pieces for Mom: A Tale of the Undead," which finds two teenaged boys fending for themselves (and their zombified mom) in a world over run by zombies.
Last week we attended a screening of "Spider-Man 2" at Grauman's Chinese theater, but the real draw was the Stan Lee Q&A with Kevin Smith. Lee discussed his history with Marvel, his appearances in "Spider-Man 3" and "Fantastic Four 2" and more.
When "Civil War" began, the Black Panther chose not to get involved, but now circumstances have forced the King of Wakanda to take a side. CBR News spoke with "Black Panther" writer Reginald Hudlin for the latest.
We've got twenty preview pages from three of Marvel's most anticipated new series, "The Immortal Iron Fist, "Spider-Man: Reign" and "newuniversal."
Talent isn't always a surefire way to become a successful comic book artist. This January, Tim Seeley hopes to provide aspiring artists with helpful tips in "How to Be a Comic Book Artist (Not Just How to Draw)."
26 years ago, Stan Sakai created the rabbit samurai Usagi Yojimbo. This January, the 100th issue of the Dark Horse series sees print. CBR News spoke with Sakai about his incredible journey and got a look at art from the incredible roster of guest artists including Frank Miller.
This December, in the pages of "Wolverine" #49, Logan discovers just how perilous last minute shopping can be. CBR News spoke to the team behind the issue, writer Rob Williams and artist Lawrence Campbell.
Swamp Thing's pals – the Un-Men – are getting their own series courtesy of Vertigo. They're creepy and they're kooky – come and see what else they are as we talk with John Whalen and Mike Hawthorne.
In a release issued by Top Shelf, the publisher has announced that Canadian Customs has cleared Alan Moore & Melinda Gebbie's controversial "Lost Girls" for importation into Canada.
Jacen Burrows is one of those unheralded artists in the industry who always delivers top notch work. His next project is "Chronicles of Wormwood" with Garth Ennis. We sat down with Burrows to see what's next.
Things are looking "Dynamite" tomorrow, as Dynamite Entertainment ships three of its most popular titles-- "Battlestar Galactica," "Xena" and "Red Sonja." We've got previews of all three titles, so what are you waiting for?
Brian Cronin attended an interesting panel at the Museum of Comic and Cartoon Art about comic book adaptations. What did he learn from the slew of great creators in attendance? Click on the link to find out.
"Princess at Midnight" is only the beginning of many new projects from acclaimed writer/artist Andi Watson. CBR News spoke to him about those projects, his views on the industry, and…his new Vertigo projects?
This January in "Civil War: The Return," two Marvel characters – the Sentry and another whose identity is secret – will face some tough choices that could drastically alter the Marvel U. CBR News spoke with writer Paul Jenkins about the book.
We've got six big DC Comics previews for you, including such titles as "Scalped," "Superman and Batman vs. Aliens and Predator," "Justice Society Of America" and more.
Brian K Vaughn & Pia Guerra's "Y: The Last Man" #51 hits stores this Wednesday and we've got a preview for you right here, right now.
What's next from the writer who brings you the Punisher's wild adventures and the creator of "Preacher?" A title following the Anti-Christ, of course. CBR News sat down with Garth Ennis to discuss his new Avatar Press series, "Chronicles of Wormwood."
February heats up at Dark Horse with the long-awaited first volume of "Alien Vs. Predator Omnibus," plus new issues of "Out Of Orbit," "Rex Mundi," "Blade Of The Immortal" and more as we share the solicitations for February, 2007 from Dark Horse Comics.
Last week, venerable Los Angeles comic shop Golden Apple Comics celebrated a grand re-opening at their new location. CBR News was at the ribbon cutting ceremony with Stan Lee and we have photos from the event.
Robert sits down for a frank discussion with "Robin" writer Adam Beechen who talks about the reaction to changes made to Batgirl Cassandra Cain by the online community and much more.
We've hit the half-way point, people! Justin checks in with the latest on DC's weekly "52" series, plus shares his predictions, thoughts and concerns on the future of the series.
Mark Waid and Marc SIlvestri's thrilling Top Cow series reaches its boiling point as the origins of the Hunter-Killer program are finally revealed. Featuring full color art by Kenneth Rocafort!
Eight years ago, Dan Curtis Johnson, J.H. Williams II and Mick Gray were working on a little book called "Chase." While it only lasted 10 issues, the book still has a loyal following and it's ideas are still part of the DCU today. We spoke with Johnson for a look back.
Was "Masters of the Universe" a reworked Fourth World movie? Was Storm the result of a combination of two characters? Did Morrison and Millar pitch an evil Professor X story?