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Marvel has provided CBR News with advance looks at comics shipping 9/19 that includes "Irredeemable Ant-Man" #12, "New X-Men" #42, "Wolverine: Origins" #17, "World War Hulk: Front Line" #4 and more.
Who were the ravers in "Superboy & The Ravers?" Was Ghost Rider's origin changed so as not to offend religious readers? And what do Dazler & Bo Derek have in common? All that and more this week.
Diamond has released the top sales numbers for product shipped in August, 2007 including Market Share, Top 300 Comics and Top 100 GN/TPB's. Marvel leads in overall sales and units sold and holds the #1 spot with "World War Hulk" #3.
The art professional and comics novice Andrea Offerman talks with CBR News about fine art, her contribution to "Flight," Volume 4 and how two years of med school led her to life as an artist.
Spinning out of the pages of a story arc he penned in "Nightwing," Marv Wolfman launches a new ongoing "Vigilante" series in 2008. We spoke with Wolfman.
Things are heating up in "Captain America" #30 as we come to the conclusion of the epic "Death of Captain America" storyline. We've got an advance look at next week's issue by Brubaker, Epting & Perkins. Updated
Dark Horse Comics has released images and solicitation information for books and product shipping October, 2007.
This week we get a surprise visit from Christopher Yost who gets us up to speed on "Emperor Vulcan" and "New X-Men," plus the premiere of Humberto Ramos' art on "New X-Men" and more exclusive art!
The biggest surprise announcement at Comic-Con this year was the appointment of Mark Waid as EiC of Boom! Studios. We spoke with Boom!'s Ross Richie & Andrew Cosby to learn more about that and what's to come.
Eisner-nominated creator Billy Tucci ("Shi") takes his tour of duty with Sgt. Rock and Easy Company in the upcoming miniseries, "The Lost Battalion."
Superstar creator Jim Lee held court in Baltimore, giving fans a "Wildcats" update, discussing his own personal "Die Hard 4," and... wait, did he say it would take 11 years to finish "All-Star Batman & Robin?"
With the first issue in stores today, new BOOM! Studios Editor-in-Chief Mark Waid joins CBR News for a page-by-page commentary of his new creator-owned series, "Potter's Field."
Alien Invasions! Killer Robots! Defections! These are the tumultuous lives "New Avengers" and "Mighty Avengers," and with "New Avengers" #34 on sale today, CBR News spoke with Brian Michael Bendis about both titles.
CBR's coverage of Top Cow's Pilot Season initiative continues as we talk to writer Joshua Hale Fialkov about "Pilot Season: Cyblade" #1.
Why would someone join a terrorist group like Cobra? Writers Andrew Dabb & Mike O'Sullivan answer this question in "G.I. Joe Special Missions: The Enemy." Plus, a look at "G.I. Joe: America's Elite" #27, in stores this week.
Last Saturday afternoon's panel made up of Mike Wieringo's closest friends and colleagues shared with fans memories of the late artist and his work on "Fantastic Four," "The Flash" and more.
Roland Deschain is on "The Long Road Home" as Ralph Macchio, Robin Furth and Peter David deliver the second arc in Marvel Comics' best-selling "Dark Tower" series, based on the novels by Stephen King.
Continuing our coverage of the conclusion of indie comics hit, CBR News talks to artist and co-creator Ryan Dunlavey about his contribution to his and Fred Van Lente's "Action Philosophers!"
If you liked the artwork of Nat Jones in "Frank Frazetta's Death Dealer," wait until you see the raw pages in a new Black & White edition, which we've got a healthy preview of, courtesy of Image Comics.
Writer Mike Carey continues to take readers down the haunted and crime plagued streets of Post Katrina New Orleans in "Voodoo Child" #3, shipping this week from Virgin Comics.
Sunday afternoon in Baltimore, DC broke the news on several new projects, including Sergio Aragones on "The Spirit," Billy Tucci on "Sgt. Rock, "Marv Wolfman on "Vigilante," plus Karaoke & more!
Jesse Hamm, artist of Minx's new graphic novel "Good as Lily," stops by Comics Should Be Good to blog about what he'd like to see more of in comics. A must-read for artists!
Image's panel at the Baltimore Comic-Con promised several new projects from Erik Larsen, a thinning of the herd in "The Walking Dead," a new "Invincible" spin-off miniseries and more.
Incoming "Hulk" writer Fred Van Lente's cult hit "Action Philosophers!" concluded last week, and CBR News spoke with him about philosophy, death threats, Grant Morrison and M.O.D.O.K!
In April, 2008, the Skrull Empire's clandestine campaign to conquer Earth will come to a head in "Secret Invasion." We spoke with Editor Tom Brevoort about the series and it's ramp-up.
Tonight in Baltimore, Marvel unveiled a number of new projects, as you've seen here on CBR. If it's just pictures you're interested in, we've got 'em, including the cover to "Avengers/Invaders" #1, "Mighty Avengers" & "New Avengers" preview art and more.
New books for X-Force and Cable are headed your way and we snagged Marvel editor Axel Alonso for a chat to get a preview and find out what's to come.
Editor Bill Rosemann talks "Ultimate Iron Man" Volume 2 with CBR News and explains why Orson Scott Card is the right man to put Tony Stark back in his ultimate armor. UPDATED with the cover of "Ultimate Iron Man" Vol. 2 #1!
After "Messiah CompleX" the X-Universe will be a very different place. Some books will end, new ones will begin and those remaining will be heavily shaken up. We spoke with Nick Lowe about the coming changes.
The Skrulls have been scheming to take over Earth for years. In 2008's "Secret Invasion," the deciding battle between the shape shifters and Earth's champions will take place. We spoke with Brian Bendis.
If you thought Robert DeNiro and Al Pacino co-starring in "Righteous Kill" was big news, check out what the House of Ideas has planned in 2008 for the Hulk. We spoke with Loeb & Pak.
Is Tony Stark a Skrull? Is Cap really dead? What's "Secret Invasion?" Will Bendis answer his phone on a Saturday morning? These questions and more were answered at Marvel's Baltimore Comicon panel. Updated
At Baltimore Comic-Con, Image announced "76," an eight-issue series featuring two '70s era stories written by B. Clay Moore and Seth Peck. CBR caught up with both writers to see what's goin' down.
In 2008, Erik Larsen will add a new ongoing series to his busy schedule, but what is the Image Comics publisher up to, exactly? Larsen stopped by with some art and hints of what's to come.
Critically acclaimed "The Nightly News" creator Jonathan Hickman will spend more time behind the keyboard this December as the writer/colorist of "A Red Mass for Mars." We spoke with Hickman.
Robert wraps up his two-part interview with Paul Jenkins and talks about the sequel to "Wolverine: Origin," the third chapter of the Sentry trilogy, and Paul's experience in the Hollywood process thus far.
Courtesy of Image, CBR brings you advance looks at new titles "Parade (With Fireworks)" and "Compass," plus new issues of "Casanova," "Noble Causes," "Age of Bronze" and more!
Trickster & Piper get their butts handed to them by Wally and it ain't pretty. Justin & Brian are here to run down everything in this week's "Countdown" with some thoughts on what's to come next.
Courtesy of Marvel, we've got more previews of new comics shipping next week including "Thor" #3, "Heroes for Hire" #13, "Moon Knight" #12, "Nova" #6, "The Loners" #5 and more.
"The Darkness" will get some dynamic art later this year with new Top Cow exclusive Michael Broussard. We spoke with the artist and have an exclusive look at the opening two page splash from issue #1.