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Lots of costumed folk, loads of creator pictures and some really bizarre ones thrown in for good measure taken on the con floor this Saturday at Wizard World Chicago.
Snikt! That's the sound of Marvel Comics slicing and dicing the cynicism of comic book fans with a project that's sure to make 'em smile: Jeph Loeb and Michael Turner on "Ultimate Wolverine." We spoke with both creators to get the details.
Marvel announced earlier today in Chicago their second group of Young Guns artists. CBR news sat down with EiC Joe Quesada to learn more about this latest imitative and we spoke with four of the six artists spotlighted.
Lots of secrets were revealed at today's Ultimate Marvel Panel at Wizard World Chicago including the announcement of the "Ultimate Wolverine" mini-series and the possible debut of the ultimate incarnation of the King of Wakanda, the Black Panther.
Gay cowboys, the Great Lakes Champions and free iPods were just some of the crazy topics discussed at another rowdy question and answer session with Marvel's EiC!
There's more to Native American culture than Tonto and writer Jason Aaron is going to show you with "Scalped" from Vertigo. We spoke with Aaron to learn more about series and how he's keeping it authentic.
A busy DC Editorial panel headed up by Dan DiDio revealed some interesting developments in the DCU. DiDio was joined by Giffen, Daniel, the Kuberts, Johns, Starlin, Wayne and Levitz. Read on for the full skinny.
Kevin Smith held another one of his regular Q&A sessions this evening at Chicago and we've got the highlights. Discussion of "Clerks II," what genre his next film will be, a marriage proposal and more.
From the far east to our own back yards, DC's mature readers line outlined much of its publishing plans for the next month before descending into the kind of dry quippery these events are so famous for.
In part two of our feature on Marvel Comics' "Strange Westerns Featuring the Black Rider," CBR News spoke with artist Marshall Rogers about illustrating the Black Rider's adventures on the mean streets of 19th century New York City.
It's time to get your supernatural on with the "Perhapanauts," who return this November with a new book from Dark Horse. We caught up with writer Tood Dezago to learn more. Updated with three interior pages.
The Power Pack are back in New York and that means a certain Web-Headed friend is going to take them for a "spin." Marc Sumerak spoke with CBR News about the upcoming "Spider-Man & Power Pack" limited series...and how it ties into "Spider-Man 3!"
This November, an old friend of Jamie Madrox's becomes part of "X-Factor." That friend is artist Pablo Raimondi who drew the original "Madrox" mini-series. CBR News spoke with Raimondi about his upcoming work on the book.
Updated "Spider-Man: Reign," "X-23: Target X," "Iron Fist," "Spider-Man & Power Pack," "What If" and more were the highlights of the Mondo Marvel panel this afternoon in Chicago and we've got a report for ya.
"New Avengers" has been lighting up the charts since its debut. Those lights get even brighter when Leinil Yu takes over the artistic chores with issue #27. We spoke with the artist about his latest series.
You think you know all about the biggest events in the Marvel U? You're learn you're wrong this December when "New Avengers: The Illuminati" begins, a five issue series by Brian Bendis and Brian Reed. CBR News spoke with Bendis about the series.
Some surprise announcements during Brian Wood's One-on-One Panel during Wizard World Chicago. He's got a new Viking saga to come called "Northlanders" and has signed a two-year exclusive with DC Comics.
The discussion was mostly erudite as Marvel's friendship-shattering drama divided characters and fans in a Wizard World panel heavy on introspection.
At the Aspen Comics panel Friday in Chicago, Michael Turner and gang entertained their fans and brought them up to speed on their current projects, plus hints at a major announcement to come from Turner.
Lots of updates on Top Cow projects from Chicago, including news on the "Wanted" film front, new compendiums for "Witchblade," "The Darkness" and "Tomb Raider" and much more.
Lots of news tidbits and entertaining answers at the DC Nation panel in Chicago today as DC's Dan DiDio held court with an excited audience in attendance.
One day down, two more to go. We've got your photoy goodness (is photoy a word?) from Friday at Wizard World Chicago.
Comic-Con International was a big event for many people, but for one man, Platinum Studios and NBC made a dream come true with their "Comic Book Challenge." We spoke with Platinum's Dan Forcey to learn more.
This August, the criminals of New York City circa the 1880s will get a taste of frontier justice when The Black Rider gallops into the Big Apple in "Strange Westerns Featuring the Black Rider." CBR News spoke with writer Steve Englehart about the Marvel Comics project.
Some people succumb to tragedy, but Jeph Loeb isn't one of those people, as he's turned his son's death into a force for good. Come learn about the most important comic book charity event of the year and why you have to be part of it.
Wizard World Chicago is here and thus begins CBR's coverge of the convention. Field reporter Shaun Manning checks in with a Preview Night report with a look a the convention floor.
It was a quiet Preview Night at Wizard World Chicago Thursday, but in typical CBR fashion we've got a handful of photos from the con floor.
This October, a new type of zomibe story will see print, with a mix of comedy, action & horror featuring a samurai, a ninja, a zen monk and, well, loads of zombies. We spoke with Miles Gunter about the new Image series "Zombee."
Ron Marz is back with two new projects from Dark Horse comics, as announced at Comic-Con International. What's the deal with "Pantheon City" and "Samurai: Heaven & Earth?" CBR News has the answers.
Shazam! No, louder ... SHAZAM! That's the magic word for Judd Winick, who aims to please Captain Marvel fans with the upcoming "Trials of Shazam" limited series and spoke to CBR about just that.
Supervillains are easy and City Council meetings are hard. This is something former superhero, current mayor of NYC and star of "Ex Machina," Mitchell Hundred, has learned. CBR News spoke with writer Brian K Vaughan about the series with a preview of this Wednesday's release.
In the recently released book "Writing For Comics with Peter David," the comics veteran shared tips and instructions on how to, you guessed it, write for comics! We caught up with David to learn more about the lessons inside this volume.
Forget Johnny Depp. Rick Spears is bringing you some real rebels in "Pirates Of Coney Island," arriving in stores this October from Image Comics. Spears spoke to CBR about the book and we've got preview art from the first three issues!
Hurricane Katrina devastated New Orleans last year and Ronin Studios hasn't forgotten about the victims. With their new anthology debuting at Wizard World Chicago, editor Thomas Mauer spoke about "HOPE: New Orleans."
With the release date for "X-Men: Phoenix- Warsong" nearing, Marvel Comics has released an image of the Mike Mayhew variant cover.
We bring our coverage of Comic-Con to a close with one final photo parade taken by members of the CBR crew featuring costumed folks, hot chicks, hot creators and plenty of inappropriate comments.
We bring to a close our convention coverage with an extensive interview with Comic-Con's David Glanzer. We discuss the crowds, traffic, ticket sales and future plans. Plus, we spoke with San Diego Mayor Jerry Sanders office about the possibility of convention center expansion.
A prologue and four minis set the stage and now the cosmos of the Marvel U is on the brink of "Annihilation," which begins the tale of cosmic war beginning this August. CBR News spoke with "Annihilation" writer Keith Giffen about the series.
"Highlander" co-writer Brandon Jerwa stops by to provide a "Director's Commentary" to Issue #0 of the Dynamite Entertainment series. Go behind the scenes to see how this book was made.
After almost 14 years in publishing, Claypool Comics is saying farewell to print, cutting back their line to just "Deadbeats" and publishing online only.