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In 2046, the world is torn between loyalty to the government and maintaining the ideals of freedom, like some Orwellian horror. CJ Hurtt & Shawn Richter spoke about their OGN "One Last Song," in which that conflict play out.
In our second installment of Graphic About Novels, CBR News speaks in-depth with former "Black Widow" writer Richard K Morgan about his grey hued, dark toned prose novels
This April, Brazil will become a hotspot of conflict for the G.I. Joe team as both reservists and regular members see action in the pages of "G.I. Joe Special Missions: Brazil." We spoke with writers Sam Wells and Mike O'Sullivan about the book.
Marvel, Dabel and Orson Scott Card shared details on a new story, entitled "Gold Bug," set in the Enderverse.
So, did all the attention "Captain America" #25 received catch Marvel by surprise? We asked EiC Joe Quesada exactly that question, including what this moment means for the Marvel U and where things go from here.
Did the mayor of NYC give Simon & Kirby protection from Nazis? Why was issue #249 not Comics Code-Approved? Did Cap have a metal-laced skeleton -- in 1968!? It's an all-Cap spectacular this week in CBULR!
He'a baaaack! Chucky returns, courtesy of Devil's Due Productions, and we've got a preview of the first issue.
What do aliens, ninjas, and sex-deprived space pandas have in common? Writer-artist James Stokoe has the answer…
We've got some mighty Marvel Previews for you today, coming from the mean streets of "Iron Fist" & "Daredevil," all the way to the hidden kingdom of "Black Panther." And is that the new FF?
Fans of "Heroes" have noticed Tim Sale's stunnning artwork in the show and now you can own some of that art while also helping those in need. We've got all the details.
Moonstone Books has provided CBR News with an eleven page preview of "The Phantom" #15, which sees the Ghost Who Walks risking the life of a loved one to save an entire town.
The press coverage of "Captain America" #25 is palpable and will remind some readers of the reaction to a similarly supersized event from the early 90s.
We've talked with the writer, now it's time to talk with the artist of "The Exterminators," Tony Moore. He spoke with CBR News about the Vertigo series and got a look at issue #15. Updated
CBR News in association with Atomic Comics caught up with "Captain America" writer Ed Brubaker for a quick chat to discuss today's big moment revealed in issue #25. Updated with an additional comment from Brubaker.
When you get lost you don't always end up on an island with creepy Others. Neal Shaffer spoke to CBR about the second volume of his soul searching "Borrowed Time" series.
Andy Smith has illustrated countless titles from nearly countless publishers, including "52" for DC, "Red Sonja/Claw" for Dynamite and "Generation X" for Marvel. CBR toured the artist's home studio.
Dynamite Entertainment presents for CBR readers four pages of the upcoming "Marvel Zombies vs. Army of Darkness" #2.
The cover of "Justice League of America" #7 was revealed today by writer Brad Meltzer on his MySpace blog. The image features the current team as well as various line-ups the League has seen over the years.
Dr. Sketchy's is a unique artistic experience, where artists get to sketch live models of a different sort. We spoke with Molly Crabapple about her new book "Dr. Sketchy's Official Rainy Day Colouring Book."
With two high profile projects set to debut from Brian Bendis this month, March could unofficially be called Bendis Month. CBR News spoke with him about "Mighty Avengers" & "Civil War: The Confession."
With the second issue of the OGN series "Borrowed Time" set to ship Wednesday, Oni Press has provided CBR with the entire first issue. What happens when your trip through the Bermuda Triangle goes bad? Find out for yourself!
Tony Bedard has signed exclusively with DC Comics and spoke to CBR News about his involvement in "Countdown" and more projects. We've got all the answers inside.
DC wraps up its WonderCon 2007 programming with a panel hosted by Bob Wayne and featuring Editor Ben Abernathy, and "Ex-Machina" creators Brian K. Vaughan and Tony Harris.
Robert sits down for a long and frank chat with comics veteran Dan Jurgens, who dishes on "Countdown," talks "Metamorpho" and shares his thoughts on the current state of DC & Marvel.
Dynamite Entertainment provided CBR News with previews of "Red Sonja" #20, "Highlander" #5, and "The Lone Ranger" #1 Director's Cut.
Image Comics' new mini-series "Ward of the State" sees foster kids reared as professional contract killers. Writer Christopher Long talked to CBR News about the series and previewed the first four pages.
Greg Weisman talked about his past work with 'The Gargoyles' and discussed the upcoming plans he has for the franchise, as well as some information into his work on the new Spider-Man cartoon in development.
Sergio Aragones and Mark Evanier held a light-hearted panel to discuss the progress of Groo projects, upcoming collections, and assorted anecdotes the two have collected over the years.
DC's John Cunningham lead Saturday afternoon's WonderCon panel featuring Pia Guerra, Jonathan Vankin and Brian K. Vaughan.
It was Jeph Loeb's time in the spotlight and he dished about "Wolverine," "Lost," a new Hulk story and more.
Dan Didio & Co returned to WonderCon with news about "Countdown," Batwoman, Flash, The Question and more.
We've go a lot of new Image Comics previews for ya: "Bomb Queen," "Dynamo," "Phonogram,"Pirates Of Coney Island," "Sam Noir" and "Strongarm."
Moderated by Dan DiDio, the DCU Nation panel at WonderCon discusses the wrap-up of "52," the run-up to "Countdown" and cryptic changes throughout the superhero universe, including the end of "Green Arrow."
BOOM! Studios publisher Ross Richie discusses what's on deck for 2007 with panelists Michael Allen Nelson, J.M. DeMatteis and Cody DeMatteis. Updated with new art
"52" may be coming to a close shortly, but that doesn't mean the action is slowing down. Not at all. Justin Eger is here, as he is every week, with the highlights and speculation on what's to come.
The author of "Pride of Baghdad" abandons "Runaways," gets "Lost" and works toward the end of "Y: The Last Man."
Did the hubris of John Byrne prevent a second run on "Fantastic Four?" Or was it Ralph Macchio? Was Namor created originally as a movie tie-in? Plus: the identity of legendary letter hack T.M. Maple revealed, all in this week's CBULR!
This June, in "World War Hulk: X-Men" and "Iron Man" #19-20, Writer Christos Gage reveals how the Hulk's vendetta impacts on the X-Men and Tony Stark. We spoke with Gage about both books and learned which veteran artist will be drawing his "Iron Man" issues.
Marvel Comics has provided CBR News with a four page preview of "Dark Tower" #2, complete with variant covers by Jae Lee and David Finch.
Aquaman is about to get some new life breathed into his gills by acclaimed fantasy novelist Tad Williams. His run on Sword of Atlantis begins on March 21 with #50, complete with eight extra pages.