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It's week five of DC's weekly "52" comic and Justin checks in with the latest from the series. What's he guessed right thus far? Plus some thoughts on the future direction of the series.
Being the son of the world's greatest superhero may not be easy, but it's never looked better than in Image Comics' "Invincible." We spoke with artist Ryan Ottley about his work.
CBR News chats with creators Neil Kleid, Paul Cote, and Fernando Pinto about boys in bear suits, beer, comics, and the beauty of 80's pop culture. Brace yourselves! Now with updated art!
Was Black Canary really raped in "Green Arrow: Longbow Hunters?" When did "Warlord" get cancelled? The folks at Comics Should Be Good bust through some myths about Mike Grell, as part of their extensive daily updates. If you haven't checked out the newest addition to the CBR family, now's the perfect time to jump in.
Today, CBR News continues its cosmic powered spotlight on Marvel Comics "Eternals" with an interview with the man bringing Neil Gaiman's scripts to life, series artist John Romita Jr. Plus, we've got three pages of new art from "Eternals" #1.
It started out as a mini-series from a small press publisher and graduated to a trade collection from a larger publisher. The series is "Children of the Grave" and we spoke with writer Tom Waltz about the series and it's new collection from IDW Publishing.
DC Comics has released preview pages from August debuting titles "The Creeper" #1 and "Martian Manhunter" #1.
With a few notable exceptions, the Eternals have been primarily lurking in the background of the Marvel Universe. That will change this June with the launch of "Eternals" by Neil Gaiman and John Romita Jr. In part one of our look at the "Eternals," CBR News spoke with Editor Nick Lowe.
With the first trade paperback of "DMZ" hitting stores today, CBR News checks in with writer Brian Wood for a chat about the series and what's next for the book's protagonist, the burgeoning Journalist Matty Roth, as he continues his exploits in a war torn New York City. Plus, a preview of issue #8.
Marvel's released a trailer for the second issue of "Civil War," which recaps the events of the first issue with a preview of "Civil War" #2.
Image Comics has announced that the upcoming "Afterworks 2" anthology -- which sees animators from Pixar doing their sequential art thing -- has increased in size from 200 to 360 page with no increase in price. Plus, we've got an exclusive preview of the story "Kitosan" by Jennifer Chang.
The youth of the Marvel Universe aren't immune from the effects of Civil War. Writer Zeb Wells takes a look at how the Young Avengers and Runaways are dealing with it in "Civil War: Young Avengers & Runaways." We caught up with Wells for a chat and a preview of what's to come.
Top Cow Productions has provided CBR News with a preview of "City of Heroes" #14, the comic based on the popular online game, which ships later this month..
Loads of previews today from Marvel Comics, which include "Black Panther" #17, "Daredevil" #86," "Nextwave" #6, "Spider-Man Loves Mary Jane" #7, "Storm" #5 and "Fantastic Four" #538, all of which ship on June 28th.
Coming early next year, Jason Rodriguez will introduce comic book fans to a whole new type of anthology inspired by actual postcards, featuring star studded cast that include Phil Hester and Harvey Pekar. CBR News had the first word with Rodriguez on this touching and heartfelt project.
Sunday afternoon's Wildstorm Panel during the Philly con was an interesting one. Bob Wayne and Jim Lee updated fans on the status of Wildstorm projects, all with the help of a "slightly" enthusiastic audience member. Updated with news of a new "Ninja Scroll" series.
With the new "Wonder Woman" series set to launch shortly, Robert sat down for a chat with Allan Heinberg. What important role does the character play in Allan's comic fan history and what is it that attracts him to the character? Read on to find out.
"Civil War" is upon us and Marvel Comics is keeping you in the loop, with new previews of "Wolverine" #43 and "X-Factor" #8. Find out what's going to happen to your favorite heroes.
You've likely tried "Spawn" at least once over its 150+ issue run, but writer David Hine has something quite different planned for readers. The scribe's unique approach to the series has impressed many and has helped create new fans. CBR News talked to Hine to learn about his take on "Spawn."
The critically acclaimed title "Elk's Run" has had a tough go of it, but it's found a way to survive even the closure of their last publisher. Now the series has found a stable home at Villard, a division of Random House. CBR News caught up with series creator Joshua Fialkov to get the full story.
Witchblade, Cyberforce, and Weapon Zero were all front and center at Wizard World Phildelphia during Top Cow's spotlight panel. Learn what the future holds for this fan favorite company. Corrected
Friday afternoon at Wizard World Philly, the Marvel Editorial staff headed up by EiC Joe Quesada clued fans in to a number of plans, including the new series' "X-Men: First Class," "X-Men: Phoenix - Warsong" and more.
Wizard World Philadelphia shone the spotlight on superstar artist Jim Lee. What's his dream book to write? How often would he like to draw the Legion Of Superheroes? We've got those answers and lots more.
CBR News' "Agents of Atlas" coverage continues this week as writer Jeff Parker gets cosmic on us with the Agent Profile for Marvel Boy. Plus CBR News "AOA" coverage seems be making waves in some mysterious circles. We share an enigmatic missive that our spotlight has provoked.
It's week four of "52" and Justin checks in with an update. What were the highlights from that issue and which two heroes could be a part of that odd melted mass? Read on and join in on the speculation.
Saturday afternoon DC Comics updated fans on the status of a variety of upcoming Vertigo projects, which included recolored pages to be featured in the upcoming "Absolute Sandman."
Saturday afternoon at Wizard World Philly, DC updated fans on the status of many different series, announced a new "Omega Men" mini-series and discussed further the new Batwoman.
Spider-Man's marriage, the role of Cable & Deadpool in the future, and the ending to "Civil War" #2 were hot topics at today's "Civil War Planning" panel at Wizard World Philadelphia.
Comic book fans woke up to a fresh Cup O' Joe, in the form of Marvel Comics EIC Joe Quesada. Find out what he told fans at Wizard World Philadelphia.
Aspen's fans flocked to the company's Wizard World Philadelphia panel to find free goodies and some exciting news about future projects. CBR News was on hand to tell you what happened.
Thought Marvel Comics left Jean Grey behind in "Endsong?" C'mon True Believer! Today at Wizard World Philadelphia, Marvel Comics announced Greg Pak's sequel "X-Men: Phoenix- Warsong." Come see what Pak told CBR News about the series.
The life expectancy of the Marvel Universe's undead is about to plunge, because this September, Blade, the scourge of bloodthirsty nosferatus everywhere, returns in a new ongoing series. CBR News spoke with "Blade" writer Marc Guggenheim.
This fall the city of New Orleans will be the site of an epic battle between father and son when Daimon Hellstrom returns in the five issue "Hellstorm: Son of Satan" mini-series. CBR News spoke exclusively with writer Alexander Irvine about the mini-series which debuts this October from Marvel Comics' Max line.
The dead are walking again at Marvel Comics in the four-issue limited series "Zombie," from the MAX imprint. Former editor turned writer Mike Raicht told us all about the series, announced today at Wizard World Philadelphia.
Lots of Q&A at today's DC Nation panel during Wizard World Philly, which included news of a cancellation reprieve for "Manhunter," and a new "Mystery In Space" mini-series by Jim Starlin.
Friday afternoon at Wizard World Philly, the Marvel Mondo panel featured a number of interesting announcements, including news of series "Hellstorm: Son of Satan," "Zombie," "1602: Fantastik Four" and more.
65 years later, Stan Lee still inspires creators at Marvel Comics, and will be honored with a five-issue limited series entitled "Stan Lee Meets." Editing these wacky adventures is Tom Brevoort, who spoke to CBR News about this special event.
The 2006 Harvey Award Nominees have been announced and they include quite a few for DC & Marvel, as well as one book eveyone loved, but nobody read, and some interesting surprises along the way.
UPDATED Marvel Comics held a conference call earlier today to discuss the upcoming creator changes on "Uncanny X-Men" and "X-Men." We've got a full transcript of that call with Ed Brubaker and Editor Mike Marts, as well as preview art.
With Sunday's announcement of a new Batwoman debuting in the pages of DC Comics' "52," the company has found itself in the media spotlight. When's the last time you heard Starr Jones talk about comic books? CBR News look inside the controversy and excitement surrounding this new character.