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Mark Evanier convened the annual Jack Kirby Panel last month at Comic-Con International with a host of comics greats sharing stories from the past and word of new collected editions & a documentary to come.
A day after winning the Eisner Award for Best Graphic Novel, Israeli artist Rutu Modan was the subject of a spotlight panel at Comic-Con International in San Diego where she discussed "Exit Wounds."
Television’s “Greatest American Hero,” William Katt, visits the CBR Yacht to discuss the renewed interest in the popular ‘80s series, the upcoming comics and his own comics publishing company, Catastrophic Comics.
What happens when three peopke receive tidings of doom from a mysterious and extra-terrestrial source? "Edgar Allan Poo" writer Dwight MacPherson & artist Mike Barentine reveal the answer in "M-Theory."
Exosuits. Racing mechas. Corporate overlords. Slaves. They're all part of "Freedom Formula," the new Radical Comics miniseries whose writer Edmund Shern breaks it all down for you in this week's COMMENTARY TRACK.
Illustrator Paolo Rivera will make "Amazing Spider-Man" #577 his debut as a Marvel-exclusive artist. Known primarily for his painting, Rivera revealed to CBR his first issue will be rendered in a more traditional method.
Lein Wein, Bernie Wrightson, Mike Grell, Mark Evanier, Joe Staton and Mike W. Barr met with fans at Comic-Con International last month to discuss their legendary careers in comics and their most personal works.
Is John Byrne a harbinger of disaster? Did Billy Dee Williams take a bribe so Tommy Lee Jones could play Two-Face? And is Hank McCoy gay? Find out in this week's tabloid-esque edition!
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale next Wednesday including "Guardians of the Galaxy" #4, "Punisher" #61, "Young X- Men" #5, "Incredible Hercules" #120 and more
John Mayo returns with an analysis of his estimated sales numbers for June, 2008, which saw “Secret Invasion” lead the pack once again, with Hellboy trades showing big bumps and Buffy still going strong.
With “Street Fighter IV” hitting video game consoles next year, UDON returns to its roots with three new series based on the franchise. CBR spoke with writer Ken Siu-Chong and artist Jeffrey “Chamba” Cruz about “Street Fighter II Turbo."
Newcomer Brahm Revel goes back to the Vietnam War in “Guerillas” and reveals a secret government program to use chimps as combat troops alongside humans in the jungles of Southeast Asia.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "Captain America" #41 by writer Ed Brubaker and artist Steve Epting, on sale August 20.
CBR News continues our chat with "PvP" creator Scott Kurtz, touching this time on his remarks about TOKYOPOP, the future of "PvP: The Series," how he got started in webcomics, and what advice he has for up-and-comers.
With Marvel Comics' "Secret Invasion" #5 in stores now, CBR's review team turns in two different reactions to the new issue by writer Brian Michael Bendis and illustrator Leinil Francis Yu.
Spinning out from the pages of his own “Teen Titans” ongoing, Sean McKeever is penning a “Terror Titans” miniseries beginning in October. The writer spoke to CBR News about the Joe Bennett-illustrated project.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you an exclusive first look at variant covers for "Hulk" #6 and #7 by late fan-favorite artist Michael Turner. On sale soon, the issues feature work by Loeb, McGuinness and Cho.
Image Comics partner Robert Kirkman sent CBR News a statement calling for more top talent to produce creator-owned work, describing the positive impact it could have on the comics industry. Don't miss this!
CBR News spoke to writer Henry Gilroy about the Dark Horse ongoing series, “The Clone Wars,” set in the same era as the upcoming animated feature film, “Star Wars: The Clone Wars.”
“Uncanny X-Men” #500 saw Marvel's premier mutants relocate to San Francisco, and CBR spoke with writer Matt Fraction about what the move means for the book and what waits for the X-Men on the streets of their new home.
"Fables" creator Bill Willingham met with fans at Comic-Con International to distribute exclusive gifts, talk about new projects, go behind the scenes of books like "Salvation Run," and reveal the fate of Peter Pan in "Fables."
Someone is tearing apart Sapphire City’s mob bosses with a savage vengeance. Writer Rob Worley talks to CBR about his and Keith Giffen & Shanon Eric Denton's “The Revenant,” a new pulp-noir graphic novel.
Prolific Legion creators Paul Levitz, Keith Giffen, Mike Grell, Geoff Johns, Colleen Doran, and Tom and Mary Beirbaum met with fans at Comic-Con International to discuss the history of DC's teenagers from the future.
Novelist and current "NYX" scribe Marjorie Liu answers fan questions about the new mini, gives writing tips, and lets loose on Big Damn Apes. Plus, an EXCLUSIVE first look at the cover to "NYX" #4!
The editors behind the almost-weekly "Amazing Spider-Man" reboot stop by "Reflections" to dish on fan reaction to "Brand New Day," "One More Day" aftermath, editorial Easter Eggs and sales figures.
Here it is, comic book history buffs - Comics Should Be Good's complete master list of the Top Fifty Countdown of the most notable issue numbers in comic book history!
“Y: The Last Man” and “Doctor Who” artist Pia Guerra stopped by the CBR Yacht during Comic-Con International to discuss both series, what’s next for the acclaimed artist and how she found a moment for some quality time at the San Diego Zoo.
Dark Horse has released images and solicitation information for new comics and products on sale in November, 2008, including the return of Gerard Way's "Umbrella Academy" and the debut of the Animated "Buffy."
Antony Johnston is the writer for the "Dead Space" comic series, a prelude to the highly anticipated video game due out this October. CBR News recently spoke with Johnston about the unique project.
The Commentary Track is back with comics superstar J. Scott Campbell and colorist Nei Ruffino walking us through the creation process behind their cover for Zenescope's "Beyond Wonderland" #1
The next stage of the evil Troika's plans are revealed by Nightwing, robin and a special guest star, while the JLA challenges the Crime Syndicate on their home turf in this week's issue of "Trinity."
Courtesy of Dynamite Entertainment, CBR brings you advance looks at their new comics on sale this week, including "Zorro" #6, "The Lone Ranger" #12 and "Brothers In Arms" #3.
Rantz Hoseley, the editor of the Tori Amos anthology "Comic Book Tattoo," has posted his first blog report on the journey he, Tori and the crew too to debut the book at Comic-Con International.
Courtesy of Image, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale this week including "Spawn" #181, "Firebreather" #2 and an exclusive preview of the new horror series, "Golly" #1.
CBR News spoke to Eric Powell about the gang war that's brewing in the pages of Dark Horse's "The Goon" monthly as well as the various initiatives that make 2008 the year of The Goon.
"Prince of Persia" creator Jordan Mecnher talks with CBR News about his upcoming PoP comics adaptation, the Disney movie, and the origins of his creation. Plus, we have the debut of the "PoP" graphic novel trailer.
In the second episode of his tour of Los Angeles, writer Gary Phillips takes us to Crenshaw Boulevard and shows how Manuel Magalhaes has incorporated the look and feel of the the infamous street into "High Rollers."
Geoff Johns tells CBR News that "Final Crisis: Legion of Three Worlds" is at its heart a Superboy-Prime story -- but that's not to say there isn't any room for some flash.
Did National Comics actually publish a comic featuring an attack on Pearl Harbor a month before the island was attacked in real life? You'll have to read this week's Urban Legends Revealed to know for sure...
CBR News has learned that Archie Comic Publications chairman and one of the guiding forces of the Archie characters for nearly 60 years, Michael Silberkleit, has passed away at the age of 76 after a brief battle with cancer.