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DC Comics held their panel on all things Batman Friday afternoon at Comic Con International, and CBR was there! See what Grant Morrison, Paul Dini, and others have to say about Batman's future.
CBR was live at the Cup O Joe panel at Comic-Con International with Marvel Editor-in-Chief Joe Quesada. From Marvel going to Oz to more "Dark Tower" on the horizon - the news came fast and furious.
Legendary writer Roy Thomas is teaming with young gun talent Mario Gully on Robert Louis Stevenson's "Kidnapped" for Marvel Illustrated. CBR News has a first look at some of Gully's pages.
Devil's Due Publishing joins forces with Alan Brunetti and Kevin Spacey's TriggerStreet.com to usher in a new way for aspiring talent to get their ideas published.
Kevin Grevioux and Mat Broome will team on "Adam: Legend of the Blue Marvel," a six-issue miniseries starting in November based on an original concept by Grevioux, set squarely in Marvel Universe.
This December, terrorists, madmen and despots better run and hide - James Rhodes is suited up and ready to do what he does best. We spoke with Greg Pak and Bill Rosemann about the ongoing "War Machine" series
Dark Horse and "Mister X" creator Dean Motter are celebrating the character's 25th anniversary with a new hardcover collection of the original series and a reboot in the pages of "Mister X: Condemned."
Did Geoff Johns' "Avengers" scripts have "too much story?" Was "Strikeforce: Morituri" linked to the White Event at one point? And which Legion of Superheroes member is named after a fan?
Timothy Callahan and television's Ryan Callahan don't punch anyone in the face - not even Pikachu! - during the entire first full day of Comic-Con International in San Diego. Not even Pikachu!
CBR News talked with writer/artist David Mack about his upcoming adaptation of Philip K. Dick's "The Electric Ant" for Marvel, announced this weekend at Comic- Con International.
The CBR Boat Show voyages continue as Joe Quesada joins us on the CBR Yacht to discuss a number of big Thursday announcements, the status of his contract and, well, let’s just say sea sickness was a possibility.
With the first day of Comic-Con International 2008 now in the books, we spoke with CCI Director of Marketing & Public Relations David Glanzer to see how the day went, drapery malfunction and all!
At CCI on Thursday, Devil's Due announced their new partnership with Kevin Spacey's creator competition website, TriggerStreet, that will give aspiring webcomic creators a shot at stardom.
The Wall Street Journal has published a story that states that Marvel Comics is set to announce a Stephen King motion comic based on an unpublished King story. CBR has all the details.
Announced today at CCI, writer Geoff Johns and artist Ethan Van Sciver are teaming up for "The Flash: Rebirth." Their goal is simple: Do for Flash what they did for GL - make him a pillar of the DCU
Jack Knight will not be returning as Starman, Keith Giffen hints that he and Paul Levitz may have more LoSH in their future and Kevin Smith will be writing a Batman series - that's just a taste of the news that came out of DC Nation!
Bryan Hitch reveals the name of his and Millar's upcoming creator-owned collaboration, teases storylines for the final issues of their "Fantastic Four" run, explains what aspect of his job he thinks he's the worst at and more.
It’s the first CBR Boat Show interview from Comic-Con! Robert Kirkman stopped by and in this first of a two-part interview, Kirkman spoke about handing over Invincible for motion comics adaptation.
At Comic-Con International's Mondo Marvel panel, a variety of Marvel talent was on hand for news and announcements including a Philip K. Dick adaptation, news on Skaar, the "return" of The Blue Marvel and more!
For the title characters of "Agents of Atlas," crime does pay- it's how they're going to save the world. We spoke with writer Jeff Parker and Editor Mark Paniccia about the new ongoing series
CBR brings you coverage of Dark Horse's Horror panel at Comic-Con International in San Diego. Find out what Bernie Wrightson had to say about "Frankenstein," Cal McDonald news and what's coming next from the publisher.
Ostensibly to promote their upcoming work for Virgin Comics, Stan Lee and Grant Morrison held court in Ballroom 20 and discussed comics, movies, and their favorite Marvel moments.
Marvel's X-Men panel may be over, but CBR still has all the news and preview art that moderator Jim McCann, C.B. Cebulski, Jason Aaron, Matt Fraction and the rest of the mutant loving panel shared with the crowd.
This December, the fires of hell burn bright as one of the X-Men's old comrades comes looking for them in "Ex Infernus," a follow up mini-series to the hit 1989 X- Men storyline, "Inferno."
CBR has your coverage for DC Comics' Superman The Man of Tomorrow panel from Comic-Con International with Geoff Johns and James Robinson. Check in here for all the news!
CBR News spoke with artist Steve Young about the MySpace Dark Horse Presents story, "A Going Concern," a Western story that's populated by cockroaches instead of people.
Guy Davis' "The Marquis" returns to comics, this time at Dark Horse Comics. CBR News recently caught up with the writer/artist to find out what's in store for his titular 18th century inquisitor.
CBR's Timothy Callahan will be offering his own perspective on the show each day, starting with preview night. Imagine, if you will, thousands of comic book fans feverishly waiting for a hint of where a line might be forming...
The Toledo Public Library held it's "Superman Celebration" on Monday, hosted by historian Jim Beard and attended via teleconference by current Super-scribes Geoff Johns, James Robinson and Sterling Gates.
My Chemical Romance's Gerard Way talks about "Umbrella Academy" series 2, the possibility of a big-screen adaptation, and his upcoming Comic-Con panel with Grant Morrison.
CBR News spoke with Geoff Johns about the upcoming "New Krypton" nine-part crossover storyline, beginning this October in the DC Comics' one-shot "Superman: New Krypton Special."
Kurt Busiek returns for the second of a three-part REFLECTIONS, this week discussing his views on the “Trinity” of Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman, and how his take may differ from common opinion.
After a three year delay from it's initial announcement, the much anticipated hardcover collection of Howard Chaykin's legendary "American Flagg!" finally sees the light of day through Image Comics & Dynamic Forces.
The newly announced partner at Image Comics and the company's publisher open up to CBR about what Kirkman's new status means and what directions they'll be taking the big "I" into in 2009 and beyond
In an early announcement from Comic-Con, BOOM! Studios has announced they'll be publishing a line of comics based on The Muppets and Disney's Pixar films, including "The Incredibles." We spoke with EiC Mark Waid.
Christos Gage talks to CBR News about Avatar's "Absolution," which sees straight-and-narrow superhero John Dusk pushed over the edge by the horrors of his chosen profession.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "King-Size Cable Spectacular" # by writer Duane Swiercynski and artists Ken Lashley & Paul Neary on sale September 3, 2008.
Prepare for in-depth coverage of the San Diego Comic-Con this weekend, including wall-to-wall reporting from the con floor, live from discussion panels and exclusive video interviews from the CBR Boat Show.
"Secret Invasion: X-Men" and "Legacy" writer Mike Carey stops by X-POSITION to chat about Professor Xavier’s mind, the limits of Iceman's powers, Skrulls in San Francisco, and previews exclusive artwork.
CBR News talks with “Stumptown” artist Matthew Southworth about his and Greg Rucka's upcoming Oni Press private-eye series and its special preview available this week at Comic-Con International in San Diego.