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"Nextwave" artist Stuart Immonen guest blogs at Comics Should Be Good on the role of computers and photography in contemporary comic book art.
Tomorrow, a new force protects the US from super powered threats as "Avengers: The Initiative" hits stores. We spoke at length with writer Dan Slott and have looks at issues #1 & #2.
CBR's own George Tramountanas attended Seattle's Emerald City ComiCon this past weekend and we've got the photographic evidence for ya! See your favorite creators along with a questionable costume or two.
What's Bagley's next assignment after "Ultimate Spider-Man?" And who's writing an arc on "Superman/Batman?" George Tramountanas files this report from Seattle with all sorts of news bits and notes.
Organized by the same folks behind the New York Comic-Con, the New York Anime Festival is to debut in December, 2007.
From April 30 to May 6, New York City will host a week-long celebration in honor of Spider-Man and his legendary adventures across the five boroughs, featuring more than two-dozen exhibits, live events, screenings and parties.
Sexual trysts in the middle of a firefight? A Motivation & Morale unit to keep soldiers happy? Video game style marketing for a real war? "Army@Love" tells the story of a fictional war gone quite mad and we spoke with Rick Veitch for the latest.
Dynamite Entertainment has provided CBR News with advance looks at some of their newest titles shipping in April. Included is a full color preview of the return of Painkiller Jane.
Frazer Irving is busy, splitting time between Marvel's "Silent War" and his new Image series "Gutsville." Robert sat down with Frazer for a long chat about his new creator-owned series, working at Marvel and his thoughts on "Seven Soldiers."
It's a week of spiritual purification and a wee bit of torture as Justin recounts the events of week 47 in "52." And Brian's back with another edition of Crisis Continuity with a look at the legacy of Batwoman.
It's Reign of the Super Crossovers in CBULR! Was the X-Men's "Fatal Attractions" based on a joke? Was "Reign of the Supermen" planned from the start, or a last minute idea? Also: Marvel vs. Jim Shooter, Round 1,283!
Dynamite Entertainment announced today that they've reached an agreement to publish new series featuring the cult Eclipse Comics heroes.
Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning are plotting war - the duo's battle plans will be revealed this summer in the pages of the "Annihilation: Conquest Prologue" and "Nova." We spoke with the war mongers.
Writer Andy Diggle talks at length with CBR News about his retelling of the Emerald Archer's origin in the upcoming "Green Arrow: Year One" and why he thinks modern-day updates of super hero origins are essential.
CBR's series of STUDIO TOURS continues with a look into the home studio of comics hero Mike Allred! The creator of "Madman," "Red Rocket 7" and "X-Statix" shares the secrets of his not-so-hidden Oregon lair.
Spinning out of the pages of "52" later this year is an all new "Infinity Inc." CBR News sat down with series writer Peter Milligan for the scoop.
This June, Avatar Press leaps into the super hero game with the Warren Ellis penned "Black Summer." We spoke with Publisher William Christensen to find out what this book means to his company.
This May, David Hine will take readers on a journey into one of the darkest places in existence, the human psyche, with a colored reissue of "Strange Embrace," the creator owned book that helped Hine land at Marvel.
In our first installment of "Tale of the Tape," CBR News spoke with "World War Hulk" writer Greg Pak about how the Green King, the Hulk, matches up against the King of the Inhumans, Black Bolt.
Marvel Comics has provided CBR News with advance looks of some of their new issues shipping in April. UPDATED!
Eric Powell's the Goon meets his most heinous foe in this April's "Satan's **** Baby" one-shot. We spoke with the Eisner-winner about satire, censorship and Bizarro!
Imagine a city filled not only with millions of residents, but also vampires, werewolves, zombies and more. What would you have? "Tales from the Cornerstone" and we spoke with Andrew Charipar about the new collection.
While fans know Adam Warren best for his work on "The Dirty Pair," his latest OGN "Empowered" should raise some eye brows with its over the top and sensation characters. We spoke with Warren and got a 17 page preview.
Moonstone Books has provided CBR News with an advance look at the concluding issue of the latest "Kolchak Tales," shipping to comic stores tomorrow.
CBR's John Mayo has the estimated sales stats for the Top 300 Comics and Top 100 trades as well as Market Share in February, 2007. "Civil War" #7 leads the pack with an estimated 265,000 copies sold.
The comics non-profit organization has hired Jim McLauchlin full-time to supervise expanded agenda.
Last week, Dark Horse reintroduced readers to "Fafhrd and the Gray Mouser" via reprints of the Epic Comics adaptations by Howard Chaykin and Mike Mignola. CBR News spoke with Chaykin for some perspective.
Comics writer Andy Diggle is the latest in a long line of British authors to put his stamp on Vertigo's "Hellblazer." Diggle tells CBR News what readers can expect to see during his run.
"Teenagers From Mars" authors Rick Spears & Rob G are back with "Repo," the story of two small time repo men, an escaped clone, hover cars and ultra-violence. Spears gives CBR the goods and previews six pages from "Repo" #1.
"Moon Knight" writer and novelist Charlie Huston sits down for a frank chat with Robert to discuss his run on the comic and what his future in comics looks like.
Can you believe it, we're already at week 46 of DC's "52" event. Justin has a full recap of the issue and Brain Eason returns by taking a look at the histories of the crazy inhabitants of Oolong Island.
"The Darkness" returns to the monthly haunt this year with writer Phil Hester at the helm. CBR News spoke with the critically acclaimed author as well as editor Rob Levin about the new dawn for "The Darkness." UPDATED!
Freddy Krueger - cancelled at Marvel! Why? Superman -- killed by DC, but were they ready for it? How? Alan Grant -- Writing "Detective" alone but crediting another guy -- Huh? All this week in CBULR!
This June, twisted hi-jinks and hilarity will ensue as the bizarre, useless and just plain wacky heroes of "Paul Jenkins' Sidekick" return for both a new mini-series and special trade paperback collection. We spoke with Jenkins about both.
Next week, Marvel's latest super couple will do a favor for its first super couple, as the Black Panther and Storm fill in for Reed and Sue Richards in the FF. CBR News spoke with "Black Panther" writer Reggie Hudlin about the book.
Not so long ago in a galaxy we all live in, Star Wars comics are alive and well at Dark Horse. We spoke with editors Jeremy Barlow and Randy Stradley to learn the latest about the "Star Wars" universe of comics.
This May, writer Eric Holmes and IDW bring Transformers fans the origin of that most evil of evil robots -- Megatron. CBR News talked to Holmes about the mini-series, and why some fans may find it controversial.
Cletus McCoy is a truck driver just trying to deliver his goods, when his run is interrupted by a plague of monsters. Thus begins the action in "American Wasteland," a horror/western series by RD Hall, whom we spoke to about the series.
Writer Raven Gregory talks to CBR News about Zenescope's "Return to Wonderland."
Dynamite Entertainment announced today they've obtained the license to produce comics based on the legendary Zorro property.