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Diamond has released the top sales numbers for product shipped in August, 2006, including Market Share, Top 300 Comics, Top 100 GN/TPB's and Top 50 Manga. Marvel leads in overall sales and units sold, while DC holds the #1 spot with "Justice League of America" #1.
The reigning king of hip-hop, Jay-Z, is coming out of retirement with a new album called "Kingdom Come." Hey, isn't that the DC Comics series where Superman comes out of retirement? Not a coincidence.
Image has released previews of next Wednesday shipping titles "Hatter M" #3, "Negative Burn" #4, "Occult Crimes Taskforce" #2, "Sea of Red" #12 and "The Walking Dead" #31. Plus, we've got a look at the October 4th shipping "Hunter-Killer" #8 by Mark Waid & Eric Basaldua.
This week, Archbishop Lobo ... wait, Archbishop Lobo? Need we say more? Justin has all the details from this week's issue of "52," as well as his thoughts and some predictions on what's to come next.
Did M.I.T. crib from a comic to land a multi-million dollar grant? Did Mario Puzo ever write comic books? Did Marvel sneak Fantastic Four onto the schedule against the terms of their distribution deal? All in this week's Comic Book Urban Legends Revealed!
Marvel has released previews of October 4th shipping titles "Agents of Atlas" #3, "Beyond" #4, "Doctor Strange: The Oath" #1, "Giant Size Wolverine" #1 and "The Irredemable Ant-Man" #1.
Jonathan Hickman – a former CBR Comic Book Idol contestant – has a new book called "The Nightly News" coming out from Image Comics. So why is he angry? Come inside and find out…
In "Planet Hulk," Ole' Jade Jaws is on a different planet but in a familiar situation as he finds himself on the run once again. We spoke with writer Greg Pak at length about the storyline and the saga that follows, "World War Hulk."
Two weeks ago the controversial graphic novel "Lost Girls" by Alan Moore & Melinda Gebbie began shipping. Has there been any fallout? We spoke at length with Top Shelf's Chris Staros to find out and to discuss the risks they faced in publishing this book.
This past weekend,the Clan McCloud made their way to Rocketship in Brooklyn to launch Scott's new book, "Making Comics." We have a short report from the party and some pictures.
Can a savage supervillain be reformed? Simon Williams will find out this December as he tries to reform one on Marvel's monstrous miscreants in the pages of "Wonder Man: My Fair Supervillain." We spoke with Peter David about the series.
Earlier today, Tom DeFalco spoke to the comic book press about "Amazing Spider-Girl" #1, which ships in October. We've got all the details inside, including which Spider-Man characters he'd like to tackle in the series and some hints about "A-Next."
If wild martial arts, crazy girls and some "Street Fighter" action sounds good, it's time to check out Udon's sold-out "Street Fighter Legends: Sakura." We spoke with writer Ken Siu-Chong & artist Omar Dogan to learn more.
With news of Executive Editor Axel Alonso's responsibilities expanding to include oversight of the X-Men Group at Marvel, we caught up with Alonso to see what this all means for him and the books he edits.
"New Excalibur" #11 shipped today, which continues Frank Tieri's run on the book as he fills in for Chris Claremont, but his stories are anything but filler. CBR News spoke with Tieri about what fans can expect.
Boom! Studios has provided CBR News with a seven-page preview of "Talent" #3 by Christopher Golden, Tom Sniegoski and Paul Azaceta, in stores today.
This November, readers will learn the secret origin of the fearsome master of disguise Zartan in the mini-series "G.I. Joe: Dreadnoks Declassified." CBR News spoke with writer Josh Blaylock about the series.
Because of the protagonist's abilities, the action in this October's "The Irredeemable Ant-Man" might be small, but that doesn't mean it will be any less exciting or detailed. CBR News spoke to the man in charge of depicting the action in the book, artist Phil Hester.
DC Comics released this week previews of three new titles. Check out several full color pages by Darwyn Cooke, Howard Chaykin, and Cameron Stewart.
This Wednesday, Brian K Vaughan and Niko Henrichon's tale of lions trapped in a chaotic and violent concrete jungle, "Pride of Baghdad," hits stores. CBR News got the scoop on the original graphic novel from Vaughan.
Dark Horse Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping December, 2006.
The highly popular "Warhammer 40K" miniatures game is making its way to comics this October in a new series from Boom! Studios. We caught up with writer Dan Abnett to find out more about this series.
In 2007, the teen heroes of the Marvel U will see their numbers expand. Spinning out from "Runaways," "Loners" is a new mini-series featuring the members of "Excelsior," a self help team for teen superheroes. CBR News spoke with writer C.B. Cebulski about the series.
News out of Baltimore tonight confirms Marvel and the Dabel Brothers have entered into a new publishing agreement. We caught up with Marvel Publisher Dan Buckley for details.
Loads and loads of news out of Baltimore's retailer conference tonight includes Whedon on "Runaways," Spider-Man's black costume returns, titles spining out of "Annihilation" and much more.
In February, 2007, following the events of "Civil War," Spider-Man will once again don the black costume. What's this all mean? Is it the return of symbiont? We spoke with editor Axel Alonso for more.
It's the end of an era for "Runaways" fans when series creators Vaughan and Alphona leave the book. In April, a new era begins as Joss Whedon and artist Michael Ryan take over the title. We spoke with Whedon about his plans.
Joe Quesada and Tom Brevoort stopped off at the Baltimore Comic-Con with hints of things to come. Covered at the panel was the status of "Ultimates" 3 and 4, Joss Whedon with post-"Astonishing X-Men" work, Quesada's most sought-after authors and much more.
DC's last panel on Saturday didn't bring much news, but plenty of chat (and odd alpaca references). The group discussed a possibly growing Superman family, Nightwing's second chance on life and the characters they'd want to see dead.
Week Eighteen of "52" gives readers plenty of guest appearances including the Helm of Nabu! Justin gives you the low down and his predictions, while Brian fills you in on Dr. Fate's history.
The DC Nation crew wrapped up their 2006 tour at the Baltimore Comicon Saturday, where not even a false fire alarm could wreck the party. Covered at the panel was Booster Gold's death, Palmiotti and Gray's new exclusivity deal and more.
The cast of "New X-Men" are having a rough year; some have lost their powers and many friends have died. In order to survive the remainder of this year, they must pull together and face one last seemingly unstoppable foe. We spoke with writers Craig Kyle and Chris Yost about the book.
Antony Johnston and Oni Press have provided CBR News with a six page preview of "Wasteland" #3. This issue of the critically acclaimed series hits stores Wednesday, September 13th.
If you're attacked by a horde of vampires you might want to scream, "Jesus Christ!" because he might just respond! In January, Jesus returns with more vampire destroying action in "Loaded Bible 2: Blood of Christ" from Image. We spoke with writer Tim Seeley for the scoop.
Marvel's released further information and the cover for "Civil War: Choosing Sides," a one-shot with five stories shining the spotlight on the wildcards of the war like Daredevil, Venom and even Howard the Duck!
It's God's Rapture, do you know where your children are? Writer Rick Remender does, as he updates us all on "Strange Girl," and shares with us a massive previews of #10 & the Ashcan, out today.
Writer Frank Tieri sat down with CBR News to talk about the recently-released "The Darkness/Wolverine," a comic full of blood, guts, revenge, and gorgeous artwork.
Comic creator Lea Hernandez's home caught fire earlier today and suffered extensive damage. The family is safe, but they need your help. Her friend Gail Simone has put out a plea for help from the comics community.
"America Jr." has quickly gained a rep for smart comedy and big laughs, and now Hollywood's paying attention. We caught up with Todd Livingston for the word on this quirky Web comic.
The old order changeth: film, comics and conventions are all represented in the non-for-profit charity's growing governing body.