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The Around Comics podcast partners with CBR for Chicago this weekend and kicks things off with a preview night show that sees interviews with C.B. Cebulski from Marvel, artist Mike Norton and DC Executive Editor Dan DiDio.
Frank Castle's crusade against super-crime will be brought to life by a new artistic team when penciller Cory Walker and colorist Dave Stewart come aboard "Punisher War Journal" for a three-issue arc.
In the pages "In Thy Name," the Surfer will find his vast power might not be enough to bring peace to a troubled galactic empire. We spoke with writer Simon Spurrier about the series.
Robert Kirkman and Rob Liefeld reintroduce readers to Marvel's Martian-fighter "Killraven" in a five-issue miniseries, which also introduces a new version of one Marvel's classic teams.
DC Comics announced "Countdown: Arena" and offered fans a Saturday night "The Dark Knight" preview in an electrical-equipment-free zone. Leave your bat-gadgets at home!
Mark Millar entertained a full house of fans at Wizard World Chicago, telling tales of practical jokes on Brian Bendis, sunbathing with Angelina Jolie and reading zombie comics at funerals.
Marvel tried hosting an X-Men panel Friday, but instead, a Spider-Man debate broke out! Oh, and the question one fan wasn't afraid to ask: why does Sabretooth have a big butt? Updated
Matt Wagner, Brian Azzarello and Bob Wayne met with fans Friday at Vertigo's From the Edge panel to announce a number of projects celebrating "Hellblazer's" 20th anniversary.
Marvel's second panel of Wizard World Chicago picked up where the first left off, with more questions about Spidey's marriage and a showcase of new Silver Surfer, Killraven and Hulk projects.
Mattel unleashed upon an audience of collectors a bold presentation filled with new products and even a world premiere that's sure to delight toy enthusiasts and DC fans alike.
Finally, after some delay, we present the fifth and final photo parade featuring more great costumes, celebrities and comic creators as seen at Comic-Con International in San Diego.
CBR News talks to Top Cow VP of Editorial Rob Levin about the company's new Pilot Season initiative, while writer Jason Aaron talks up the first project, "Ripclaw" #1. Plus, exclusive new artwork.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR brings you an exclusive first look at two of next week's hottest books, "Captain America" #29 and "Terror, Inc." #1!
CBR brings you an exclusive first look at the first colored "Astonishing X-Men" art by Simone Bianchi as well as new "Messiah CompleX" art by David Finch, while Mike Carey answers your questions and reveals a Skrull!
Alex Ross talks to CBR about his and Jim Krueger's new series at Dynamite Entertainment, "Superpowers." In this interview, Ross discusses the origins and goals of the Golden Age project.
The CBR team is on the ground in Chicago (err, Rosemont) for Wizard World! They roamed around the floor during Thursday's Preview night and sent in a fun batch of photos to begin our coverage.
Want to know what Warren Ellis, Jim Lee, Gail Simone and other top creators in comics and animation would do if they could make Lara Croft do anything they wanted? Read on….
CBR's John Mayo has the estimated sales figures for the Top 300 Comics and Top 100 Trades with Market Share in June, 2007. Marvel led all in Market Share and in the #1 spot with "World War Hulk" #1.
CBR's June, 2007 sales estimates were published today and now John is back with in-depth analysis. How is "Countdown" faring? Is "Buffy" slaying the charts? Which publisher came out on top?
Jason Aaron, Tony Moore, Jeremy Haun, B. Clay Moore, Jason Latour and Seth Peck have formed "virtual studio" Atomic Revolver, a new comics and media think tank aimed at taking over the world.
You know what happened at the panel, but do you know how the seven founders of Image Comics came together? George Khoury shares the inside story on how this historic event came together – and how it almost didn't!
We're finally getting our many videos encoded and sorted from Comic-Con and today we present the entirety of the Mondo Marvel panel, which includes a surprise appearance by Jon Favreau and Adi Granov.
Courtesy of American Mule, CBR presents an advance look at the issue #4 of the official Public Enemy comic book, co-written by Chuck D and shipping to comic stores this week.
Never one to just hang from his perch, the Batman is re-grouping with his trusted team of renegade enforcers with the help of writer Tony Bedard in October's "Batman and the Outsiders."
COMIC BOOK IDOL, CBR's wildly popular art contest, returns to Comic Book Resources. Aspiring artists, get your portfolios ready because submissions open in less than 30 days.
Too Much Coffee Man creator Shannon Wheeler serves up a new collection of comics in "Screw Heaven, When I Die I'm Going to Mars" and dishes on his leading man's leap to the world of Rossini and Mozart.
CBR News received today a cryptic image of the Joe Quesada-illustrated cover to "Amazing Spider-Man" #545, accompanied only by the message, "The End Of An Era."
17 years after the murder of his then-wife, Barbara, Pittsburgh Comicon promoter and Comics World store owner Michael George has been arrested and stands accused of the crime.
Cult faves Captain Carrot and the Amazing Zoo Crew return with co-creator Scott Shaw! and writer Bill Morrison in "Captain Carrot and the Final Ark," a revelatory new miniseries from DC Comics.
Moonstone's "The Phantom" #18 continues the "Invisible Children" storyline, inspired by Northern Uganda's civil war. Sales of limited editions will go to aid the children of Northern Uganda.
Aspen have released their plans for WW Chicago, and have provided CBR News with exclusive previews of new projects "Fathom: Kiani" and "Shrugged."
CBR continues our coverage of the new age of Booster Gold with a comprehensive look at the character's history, starting from his first appearance to his emergence in "52" as one of DC"s greatest heroes.
Continuing the discussion started two weeks ago, Robert continues his talk with Tony Bedard, this time focusing on "Countdown," "Legion of Super-Heroes," "Black Canary" and "Batman: Confidential."
As promised, we have even more previews of Marvel books shipping 8/8, including "Criminal" #8, "Exiles" #97, "Fantastic Five" #3, "Ghost Rider" #14, "Powers" #25, "Punisher War Journal" #10 and more!
Marvel has provided CBR News with previews of 8/8 shipping titles that includes "Blade" #12, "Incredible Hulk" #109, "New Avengers" #33, "World War Hulk: Frontline" #3, "X-Factor" #22 & more.
The Penguin's still up to no good this week in "Countdown" and Justin and Brian run down all the story points from this week, as well as offer analysis and some guesses as to what you should expect next.
This week - was Bernie Wrightson allergic to his own brush? How did Keanu Reeves ruin Spider Jerusalem's day? And did Mickey Mouse try to kill himself? Several times?
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR brings you an advance look at "Daredevil" #99, concluding the "To the Devil, His Due" storyline by the Eisner-winning Ed Brubaker and artist Michael Lark.
And the photos keep coming from Comic-Con! This time around we've got celebs galore, some really amazing costumes, photos from the Spider-Man panel on Saturday and much more!
At a spotlight panel during CCI, Neil Gaiman spoke at length about a number of issues that included "Stardust," Miracleman rights, the upcoming "Death" movie and much, much more.