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One of the smartest, funniest cartoonists in any newspaper, Wiley Miller talks to CBR News about Maine, "Non Sequitur," "Ordinary Basil" and being funny every day.
Courtesy of Aspen MLT, CBR News brings you an exclusive first look at Jim Lee's variant cover for "Iron and the Maiden" #4, as well as a full color preview of next week's issue #3.
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR brings you the complete story, "Rex Onazuka: The Japanese Wasp" from the publisher's new "PopGun" vol. 1 anthology - "the ultimate graphic mixtape."
The "Spectacular Spider-Man" is to be aggressively marketed by its corporate guardians, with extensive on-air, online and in-school initiatives promoting the show's highly-anticipated 2008 premiere.
The venerable "Prince Valiant" artist talks in-depth with CBR about his weekly newspaper strip, illustrating Michael Chabon and Robert E. Howard, adapting Jules Verne, and gives us an update on "The MonsterMen." Updated
In Part III of our look at the "Marvel Zombies" phenomenon, CBR News talks with artist Sean Phillips about the viscera-filled visuals of his and Robert Kirkman's new book, "Marvel Zombies 2."
Busier than ever, creator Matt Wagner goes in-depth about his new projects "Zorro" and "Madame Xanadu," the 25th anniversary of Grendel, and what exactly Hunter Rose is doing on MySpace.
Creators Jim Valentino, Howard Wong and Sergio Carrera talk to CBR News about "After the Cape II," the sequel to Shadowline's hit, sold-out miniseries about a superhero who makes all the wrong choices.
Chuck Dixon, the writer who principally defined Tim Drake in the '90s, returns to "Robin" in 2008 and told CBR News he wouldn't mind matching his previous run on the book -- which lasted 100 issues.
CBR News's spotlight on the "Marvel Zombies" phenomenon continues today as we chat with Robert Kirkman about the hotly anticipated sequel, "Marvel Zombies 2," and preview new art by Sean Phillips!
Image Comics has provided CBR News with advance looks at some of their new books shipping next week, September 26, 2007, including "Brit" #2, "The Astounding Wolf-Man" #3 and "Savage Dragon" #132.
"Countdown" sees a bachelorette party thrown for Black Canary, which means plenty of madness! As they do every weekend, Justin and Brian are here to catch you up on DC's Weekly series.
Courtesy of Marvel, we've got more previews including "Annihilation: Conquest - Star-Lord" #3, "Cable & Deadpool" #45, "Captain America: The Chosen" #2, "Franklin Richards: Monster Mash" #1, "Ultimate Fantastic Four" #46 and "Ultimate Spider-Man" #114.
Disney vs. Marvel! Disney vs. Carl Barks! Disney vs. Wally Wood! It's a litigious week over at Comics Should Be Good, but you can count on Howard the Duck to find the solution.
Brandon Jerwa joins us today for a special commentary on issues #0 and #1 of Dynamite Entertainment's popular "Battlestar Galactica: Season Zero," based on the hit television series.
"Marvel Zombies" has become one of the most successful in a House of Ideas. In part 1 of our spotlight on the project, CBR spoke with editor John Barber about the origins of the zombieverse and its creators.
Courtesy of Dark Horse, CBR brings you an exclusive first look at the next issue of "The Umbrella Academy: Apocalypse Suite" by My Chemical Romance frontman Gerard Way & artist Gabriel Bá.
Courtesy of Marvel, we've got previews of next week's books including "X-Men" #203, "Iron Man" #22, "The Order" #3, "Avengers: The Initiative" # 6, "Sub-Mariner" #4 and "X-Men: First Class" #4.
Comics Should Be Good asked readers to vote for their 100 favorite Marvel and DC characters. We're halfway through, and seeing some ranking characters you might not expect!
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR News brings you a first look at images from "The Immortal Iron First" #9 and "The Immortal Iron Fist Annual" #1, both shipping to stores next week.
Daniel Way answers your questions about Wolverine's "Origins" and bar brawls with Steve Dillon. Plus, a sneak peak at Larry Stroman art from "What If? X-Men: The Rise & Fall of the Shi'ar Empire!"
Jim Shooter boards "Supergirl and Legion of Superheroes" as the book's new writer just in time for the team to celebrate its 50th anniversary, more than 30 years after his last run on the title.
Humanity begins its slow crawl from the wreckage of an alien invasion this November in the new Oni Press series, "Resurrection." We spoke with creator Marc Guggenheim about the book.
Creator Mike LaRiccia speaks with CBR News about his original graphic novel "Black Mane," a story about race, aggression and gender, and winner of the presitgious Xeric self-publishing grant.
Ten years in and the Marvel Knights is still going strong. CBR spoke with Editor Axel Alonso about the MK and MAX lines, and his next big offering, 2008's "Logan" by Brian K. Vaughan & Eduardo Risso.
Image Comics has released graphics and solicitation information for new comics and product shipping in December, 2007.
Marvel Comics has released artwork and solicitation information for comics and products shipping in December, 2007. UPDATED with more artwork!
CBR speaks with Amy Kim Ganter, whose 2007 projects include Tokyopop's "Sorcerers & Secretaries," the webcomic "Reman Mythologies," Scholastic's "Goosebumps" anthology, and contributions to "Flight."
Courtesy of Dynamite Entertainment, CBR News presents previews of Frank Cho's "Jungle Girl" #0, priced at 25 cents, and "Jungle Girl" #1, both on sale this week.
December's "Spawn: Godslayer" #7 sees a price cut to $1.99 in an effort to lure new readers to the fantasy title's next arc. Writer Brian Holguin and editor Brian Haberlin stopped by to discuss "Dire Days."
"Legion of Super Heroes" premieres September 22 with a two-part episode entitled "The Man From the Edge of Tomorrow," while "Superman Doomsday" will make its DVD premiere tomorrow.
In November, Marvel fans will be taken on a trip across the globe when "The Marvel Atlas" hits stores. CBR News spoke with head writer Michael Hoskin and artist Elliot R. Brown about these unique guidebooks.
Marvel's given CBR News an advance look at the December, 2007 X-Men related titles which includes looks at covers for "Messiah CompleX" crossovers and more.
DC Comics has released artwork and solicitation information for new comics and products shipping in December, 2007.
Robert sits down with "Stormwatch PHD" artist Andy Smith to talk about the title's cancellation, his new book on drawing manga superheroes and more.
Image Comics has provided CBR News with advance looks at 9/19 shipping titles which include "Madman Atomic Comics" #4, "Dynamo 5" #7, "Gutsville" #2 and "Repo" #4.
Marvel has provided CBR News with more advance looks at comics shipping 9/19 including "Quasar" #3, "Galactic Bounty Hunters" #6, "Marvel Comics Presents" #1, "Penance: Relentless" #1 and "Spider-Man/Red Sonja" #2.
Brian & Justin are here once again to catch you up on the weekly events in "Countdown" and direct you to some other choice books this week that'll keep you in the loop on everything "Countdown" related.
Marvel has provided CBR News with advance looks at comics shipping 9/19 that includes "Irredeemable Ant-Man" #12, "New X-Men" #42, "Wolverine: Origins" #17, "World War Hulk: Front Line" #4 and more.
Who were the ravers in "Superboy & The Ravers?" Was Ghost Rider's origin changed so as not to offend religious readers? And what do Dazler & Bo Derek have in common? All that and more this week.