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Robert offers up a special convention edition of Reflections, as he runs down some of his favorite convention experiences ever -- including a wild story of the lengths he went to to get into a Joss Whedon panel once.
On his MySpace page, writer Allan Heinberg shed some light on the conclusion of his "Wonder Woman" arc and what surprises are in store for fans.
Scott Meaney files the second of his extensive two part report on the goings on at Toy Fair, 2007. This time he takes a look at offerings from Underground Toys, Shocker Toys, Stikfas, Wizkids, Bif Bang Pow! and much more.
It's week 41 of "52" with Adam and Starfire feeling the fear, a visit to Haven and an Amazon Princess makes an appearance. Justin has all the details.
Scott Meaney files the first of his extensive two part report on the goings on at Toy Fair, 2007. First up, it's a look at offerings from Lego, Sideshow, Corgi, McFarlane Toys, Attakus and a host of Spidey stuff.
Find out which hero ceased to appear in his own series, what comic was created due only to the rumors of its creation, and if a Marvel comic really did feature just two lines of dialogue ending in periods!?
"You're a Good Man, John Stuart Mill" is the latest chapter in the award winning "Action Philosophers" series by Fred Van Lente and Ryan Dunlavey. Debuting at the New York Comic Con, CBR offers a digital preview with introduction by Van Lente.
Mice with axes and swords? It's not just Disney's worst nightmare, it's one of the most acclaimed books of 2006 â€“ "Mouse Guard." We spoke with creator David Petersen.
One of the biggest critical hits of 2006, "DMZ" returns with Vol. 2, "Body of a Journalist." Creator Brian Wood talks to CBR News about the political series that sees a NYC in the midst of a second Civil War.
Social networking giant MySpace launched the MySpace Comic Books profile, which comes with loads of special features and exclusives like the "Buffy Changed My Life" contest and the NY Comic Con Mystery Panel.
This April, you'll be delighted by the stories of Ivy and Sprout, woodland creatures living together in a treehoue in Korgi Hollow and the adventures they get into. We spoke with Christian Slade about the series.
Earlier this week, DC Direct showed off their latest selection of toys and busts to come and CBR News was on the scene to get all the details.
Writer/Artist Jim Valentino returns to his underground roots this May when the first collection of his all-new autobiographical comics hit stands in "Drawing From Life."
Today CBR News concludes its spotlight on the new "Hack/Slash" ongoing series, beginning this May, by chatting with the artist rendering all the chuckles and chopped off body parts, Emily Stone.
Image Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping May, 2007. We've got the full list for ya.
Fans were saddened when "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" ended it's television run, but they'll rejoice this March when Buffy's adventures resume in a new comic series from creator Joss Whedon, which picks up where the series left off. We spoke with Whedon.
With the final installment of volume 1, "Luxuria," in stores today, writer Matt Fraction talks to CBR News about his indie comics smash, "Casanova," and presents readers with a free preview of the entire first issue.
Brothers Gabriel Bá & Fábio Moon have made names for themselves on books like "Casanova" and "Smoke And Guns." CBR News took a tour of their studio in São Paulo, Brazil
Marvel Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping May, 2007. We've got the full list for ya. Updated
CBR's resident number cruncher John Mayo has broken down the direct market sales of 2006 and takes an indepth look at the top comics and trades sold in 2006, then breaks them down by month and by publisher. You stats junkies are in for a treat!
CBR News has obtained some advance looks at Dynamite Entertainment's "Darkman Vs. Army of Darkness" #3 and "New Battlestar Galactica: Zarek" #2, both shipping this week.
The Polish Brothers, the award-winning director/writer/producer team behind the forthcoming film "The Astronaut Farmer" are bringing a new sci-fi project to BOOM! Studios.
Ever wanted to go full throttle on a flaming chopper? Well now you can, and without the worry of third degree burns, because "Ghost Rider" the video game is now in stores. We spoke with game director Mark Simmons.
Marvel has provided CBR News with an advance look at the solicitations text and preview images of a sampling of the X-Books shipping in May, 2007. Find out what your favorite Mutant is up to before anyone else! Updated with the solicits for "X-Men" #199.
DC Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics shipping May, 2007 and we've got the full listing for ya.
Image Comics shows its readers some love this week by providing CBR News with previews of four books out this Wednesday, 2/14 - "Casanova" #7, "Godland" #16, "The Nightly News" #4 and "PvP" Vol. 4.
It's week forty of DC's weekly series "52" and it's time for Steel's armor to shine! Justin Eger's here with all the details as Steel and Lex face off.
Did someone get plastic surgery to look like Superboy? Is Mattel really the Master of its Universe? And the Hopi Indians vs -- NFL SuperPro?! The terrible truth is revealed once again in this week's CBULR.
Rachel Nabors might be one of the biggest names in comics that you just don't know. CBR News caught up with the creator of "Rachel The Great (And Tuna)" to discuss her career, which at age 21 is really taking shape.
Aspen MLT, Inc. and Marvel Comics have released Michael Turner's cover to "Black Panther" #25. This special edition will be sold exclusively through Aspen's online store and Aspen convention booths.
The Legion is returning to comics, fresh off the animated series' success and J. Torres will be writing their adventures. We spoke to the "Legion Of Superheroes In The 31st Century" scribe about the book and being that "teen stories" guy.
IDW's "Blood Will Tell" mini-series examines "Star Trek's" most famous battles -- from the Klingon POV! CBR News spoke with the creators about the book and its special Klingon Language Edition.
"Stephen King's The Dark Tower: Gunslinger Born" #1 was released at midnight on Wednesday at retailers around the country. CBR News traveled to Earth 2 to check out one of Marvel's special events.
One of the greatest legends (or hoaxes) of all time gets the comics treatment this April in "Josh Howard Presents: Sasquatch," an anthology featuring stories about the hairy bipedal creature by a wide variety of indy talent.
Slashers beware! Cassie Hack and Vlad's hunt for you intensifies when "Hack/Slash" the ongoing series launches in May. In part one of a two part feature, CBR News spoke with "Hack/Slash" writer/creator Tim Seeley.
This May, The Divine better start hiding because the Godslayer is back hunting for them in a new ongoing monthly series. CBR News spoke with "Spawn: Godslayer" writer Brian Holguin about the series.
CBR News has obtained some advance looks at some of DC's most eagerly awaited April releases, including new issues of "Justice League of America," "Tales of the Unexpected," and "Amazons Attack."
Fans discuss their campaign to save Marc Andreyko's "Manhunter" from extinction, while writers Brian Bendis and Greg Rucka laud both Andreyko and book, and discuss what it takes to keep a little book alive.
Arriving in stores today from Dynamite Entertainment is the first volume of "Borderline," by acclaimed artist Eduardo Risso and we've got a preview.
Peter Sanderson brought to a close his lecture series on '80s comics at MoCCA by taking a hard look at the ground breaking graphic novel "Violent Cases" by Neil Gaiman and Dave McKean.