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Remember that kid reading the pirate comic at the newsstand in "Watchmen?" Ever want to read that comic, too? We spoke with the fan who went ahead and did the work.
With the revelation in "Wolverine: Origins" #5 that his son is alive and held by his enemies, Wolverine's world was turned upside down. CBR News spoke with "Origins" writer Daniel Way about the book, which will soon reexamine an ill-fated mission to Berlin.
Dynamite Entertainment has released preview images from "Lone Ranger" #2, which features the first (re)appearance of the Ranger's long time sidekick, Tonto!
For generations readers have wondered: is Wonder Woman a lesbian? That may not even be the half of it. CBR News examines the early creation of the character and her creator in what is certainly one of the most eye opening stories in all of comics.
Image Comics has released their solicitations for comics shipping November, 2006. Included are the debuts of "Drain," "The Nightly News," The Official Handbook to the Invincible Universe" & much more.
Marvel Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping November, 2006.
This September, Joe Casey & Charlie Adlard bring you the tale of one man slowly turning to stone and how it affects himself and those around him. We sat down with both creators to discuss AiT/Planet Lar's "Rock Bottom."
Top Cow has provided CBR News with preview images from August 30th shipping titles "Hunter-Killer" #7, "Cyberforce" #5 and "City of Heroes" #15.
While "Civil War" may be delayed a bit, in response to retailer demand the publisher is going back to press on six titles with new printings and covers.
This past weekend at the Super Comic Fest in Secaucus, NJ, CBR News caught up with aritst Rodney Ramos to get an update on his current work and what it meant to be a "Romita Raider."
Image Comics has released preview images from a load of comics to come this Wednesday, August 23rd, including "Amazing Joy Buzzards" #5, "Battle Poper" #10, "Elephantmen" #2, "Fear Agent" #7, "The Last Christmas" #3, "The Portent" #4 and the "ShadowHawk One-Shot."
Adam Hughes, the artist on the upcoming "All Star Wonder Woman," has signed an exclusive contract with DC Comics, according to a release issued by the publisher Monday afternoon.
DC Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics shipping November, 2006 and we've got the full listing for ya.
The launch of Dynamite's "Xena" ongoing series has reintroduced fans to the character. Writer John Layman caught us up on the series with a tease of what's to come - two words: Dark Xena!
Big stuff went down in the latest edition of DC's weekly "52" series (Booster? Hello?). What went down and what does it all mean? Justin's got the 411 for ya.
Following the announcement of delays to come for "Civil War," Marvel has issues a revised checklist of titles which includes some new additions and two new titles which we have some details on for you.
Dynamite Entertainment has provided CBR News with a handful of preview pages from next Wednesday's "Painkiller Jane" #3.
Another week, another set of urban legends addressed. This week, Brian tackles the Pet Shop Boys/Marvel connection, the 1963 annual created in 1988 and Earth-X's original name.
When Cassie Hack and her partner Vlad get trapped in a building with six slashers they don't panic - they make like "Die Hard's" John McClane! This is the premise of October's "Hack/Slash: Slice Hard" and we spoke with Tim Seeley about the one-shot and what's next.
Beginning this October, in the pages of a six issue mini-series everybody is out to get "The Omega Men." CBR News spoke to writer Andersen Gabrych about the series.
David Arroyo from the Comic Makers Podcast recently sat down with "Boneyard" creator Richard Moore for a long chat about the series, his life and the creative process. Download this half hour interview and load it up on your iPod today!
The answer to life: music. The solution to all your problems: music. Image Comics' "Phonogram" explores the idea that music truly is magic. We spoke with writer Kieron Gillen to learn more about the series, which debuts in comic shops today.
You asked for it and you got it! CBR will now include the Dark Horse Comics solicitations as part of its monthly solicitations offerings. Today, we've got the solicitations text and cover images for product shipping November, 2006
Updated With the news of delays to come for Marvel's "Civil War," the fans reacted loudly. Series writer Mark Millar and artist Steve McNiven posted a note to fans on the MillarWorld forums about the delay
You've heard the news about the delays, Millar and McNiven have responded, now Editor Tom Brevoort answer our questions about the delay, the reasons behind it and how Marvel is addressing the issue for fans and retailers.
It's a milestone year for Top Cow, with new Cyberforce, Darkness, Tomb Raider and crossover books in the works. We spoke with EiC Renae Geerlings to learn more about these books and Paul Dini's "Madam Mirage." Plus, a look at the trailer for "The Darkness" video game.
Charlotte Brontë's classic "Jane Eyre" gets the artistic treatment this August in Penguin's "The Illustrated Jane Eyre." The book features hundreds of illustrations by "Meat Cake" creator Dame Darcy. CBR News spoke with Darcy about illustrating this Victorian classic.
Marvel Comics has released previews of September 6th shipping titles "Agents of Atlas" #2, "1602: Fantastick Four" #1 and "Spider-Man Special: Black & Blue & Red All Over."
Marvel Comics told retailers Tuesday afternoon they should expect some significant delays on upcoming issues of "Civil War" and related tie-in issues, plus news of "Casualties of War."
This October, Oni Press, writer Cullen Bunn and artist Brian Hurtt bring you the prohibition era story story of three demon crime families trafficking in human souls.
This October, the Sorcerer Supreme will embark on a personal quest that will take him across dimensions and the darker corners of New York City. CBR News spoke with "Dr. Strange: The Oath" writer Brian K. Vaughan about the series.
You know him from LYING IN THE GUTTERS, but Rich Johnston also dabbles in the world of comics writing. We spoke to him about his new parody one-shot, "Civil Wardrobe" and got a sneak peek at some art.
Diamond has released the top sales numbers for product shipped in July, 2006, including Market Share, Top 300 Comics, Top 100 Graphic Novels/TPB's and Top 50 Manga. Marvel leads all publishers in sales and units and holds the #1 spot with "Civil War" #3.
Image Comics has released five page previews of August 16th shipping books "Ant" #8, "Casanova" #3, "Girls" #16, "Retro Rocket" #3 and "ShadowHawk" #14.
Justin Eger's back to examine the twist and turns of "52," taking at look at week fourteen's revelations. Plus, Brian Eason checks in to give some background info on the Metal Men.
Marvel's heroes may be busy fighting a "Civil War," but that doesn't mean supervillains have it easy. This month the cast of "Heroes for Hire" hit the streets in pursuit of rogue villains they can bust for big bucks. CBR News spoke with Palmiotti and Gray about the series.
Spider-Man does whatever a spider can, but he's also just a man. In the four-issue Marvel Knights series "Spider-Man: Reign," the webspinner is going to learn some very hard lessons. We spoke to writer/artist Kaare Andrews about the book and got a sneak peek at new art!
Was Yellowjacket II originally to be a member of the Thunderbolts? Did J.M. DeMatteis have to toss out a plot involving Dr. Strange's father? What's Squadron Supreme's connection to the JLA? Brian's got answers for you.
In "Kickback," David Lloyd ("V For Vendetta") tells the story of a corrupt cop on a corrupt force who finds he has to battle the world he once embraced following the murder of his partner. We spoke with Lloyd about the OGN, including a big preview.
Citizens in the Wildstorm U can sleep easier because Stormwatch is back! "Stormwatch: Post Human Division" follows a specially trained unit tasked with aiding law enforcement in combating superhuman threats. We spoke with writer Christos Gage for the scoop.