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John Mayo is back with the estimated sales stats for the Top 300 Comics and Top 100 trades distributed via Diamond Comics Distributros in September, 2006. Come inside for all the details.
Dynamite Entertainment has provided CBR News with previews of Wednesday, October 25th shipping titles "Savage Red Sonja" #3 and "Xena" #3.
Things have changed a lot in one year for "Robin" and its titular hero. Will Jason Todd make an appearance? Who's behind the changes to Cassandra Cain?
Boom! Studios has provided CBR News with a seven page preview of "Tag" #2. This second issue of the exciting new horror series by Keith Giffen and Kody Chamberlain is in stores tomorrow, Wednesday, October 24th.
When cash strapped Eddie sells his services as a sidekick to four different superheroes, wacky hijinks ensue. We spoke with Jenkins about the satirical superhero series.
The acclaimed newcomer best known for his work on "Mister Miracle," "Robin" and "Aquaman" goes exclusive with DC.
John Siuntres from the Wordballoon podcast stops by CBR to share an audio interview with Mike Mignola. Mignola talks about Hellboy's animated debut in "Sword of Storms," upcoming comics as well as a lengthy tease of "Hellboy 2."
Image Comics has released their solicitations and cover images for comics shipping January, 2007. Included are the one-shot "68," Steve Niles' "Pieces for Mom," "Godland" #16 for only $.60 cents and much more.
While Kurt Busiek is no stranger to Superman, it's only recently that he's been working on the core titles. CBR News sat down with Busiek to look at the ideas behind his recent story arcs and what's to come.
Shaun Manning recently had the chance to travel to Germany for the Frankfurt Book Fair. What did he find comic wise while he was there? A whole lot. He filed this report.
Image Comics has released preview images from Wednesday October 25h shipping titles "Common Foe" #4, "Godland" #13 and "Impaler" #1.
The "new" JLA. The Suicide Squad is coming. A touching memorial to fallen heroes. DC's weekly "52" comic continues and Justin's got all the ins and outs from this week's issue.
Marvel Comics has provided CBR News with preview images from "Ultimate X-Men" #76, which continues the "Cable" saga by Robert Kirkman and Ben Oliver.
Roman Dirge headlines his first gallery show in 10 years, along with artist Steven Daily, at Meltdown Comics in Hollywood, California. CBR News was there and has the photographic evidence.
It's an all ducks Comic Book Urban Legends Revealed! Was an inventor denied his Dutch patent request because of a Barks story? Did Uncle Scrooge baffle German Police? Was their a fourth nephew?
Writer Brandon Jerwa stops by to provide a "commentary track" for the recent release of "Highlander" #1 from Dynamite. Let Brandon take you behind the scenes on the making of the comic.
"Daredevil" readers are seeing the sites as they accompany Matt Murdock on his tour through Europe in the current "The Devil Takes a Ride" storyline. CBR News spoke with "Daredevil" writer Ed Brubaker about current and future storylines.
Come along for a fantastic voyage into the world of "Invincible," as Dusty Abell spearheads two special issues of "The Official Handbook of The Invincible Universe," starting this November. Fans old and new all have something to look forward to.
We conclude our unveiling of CBR's All Time Top 100 Writers and Artists by revealing the top two writers! You can probably guess who the final two are, but which order did they place? Come inside to find out!
Novelist Laurell K. Hamilton talks about the Dabel Brothers Productions' and Marvel adaptation of the first book of her long-running series chronicling the adventures of vampire hunter Anita Blake, now in stores.
Dynamite Entertainment has reduced the price of "Classic Battlestar Galactica" #1 and has issued a preview of the first issue.
IDW's Transformers comics have put a new spin on an old favorite. We spoke with writer Simon Furman about why he loves those robots, the "end" of the Transformers, and if Hot Rod really is a whiny brat. Plus, loads of preview images.
The Phantom celebrates his 70th year and Moonstone Books honors him this December with "The Phantom Annual." We spoke with writers Ron Marz, Chuck Dixon, Tony Bedard, Rafael Nieves & Mike Bullock about this historic moment in the character's history.
All week we've been counting down CBR's All Time Top 100 Writers and Artists. Today, we present the #2 and #1 artist as voted on by members of the CBR Community. Who took the top spot? Come inside to find out.
CBR's rumor robot Rich Johnston is putting his money where his avatar is with "Civil Wardrobe," a satirical take on the mainstream comics industry, shipping today from Brain Scan Comics. This preview features art from the controversial comic, including some by names that may surprise you.
DC Comics has announced that Andy Diggle will be the new regular writer on "Hellblazer" beginning with issue #230 shipping March, 2007.
The events of "Civil War" are having a huge impact on Captain America and his supporting cast as seen in the current "Drums of War" storyline and the upcoming "Winter Soldier: Winter Kills" one-shot. We caught up with Ed Brubaker to learn more.
Andy Khouri conducts a unique interview with creators Chris Gumprich and Dennis Culver about their new boxing comic, "Undercard." Featuring exclusive art preview & pages from the forthcoming comic, available for preorders now.
Writer Hugh Sterbakov talks about making the leap from screenplays to comics, and what's in store for the students of Freese College in the "Freshmen II," coming in November from Top Cow.
Writer Jason Aaron spills the beans on Vertigo's gritty new Native American crime series, "Scalped," coming January, 2007. - Updated
The countdown continues as we take a look at the #3 artist and writer on CBR's All Time Top 100 Writers and Artists list. Tomorrow, the #2 & #1 artist!
Dynamite Entertainment has provided CBR News with a preview of "Red Sonja" #15, set to hit comic shop shelves this Wednesday.
Marvel Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping January, 2007. We've got the full list for ya.
Warren Ellis announced today that his series "Nextwave" will finish with issue #12, but the news isn't all bad -- "Nextwave" will continue as a series of mini-series.
In Denise Mina's comic stories, strange and horrible things often happen in the city of Glasgow. CBR News spoke with the writer about her work on "Hellblazer" and the OGN "A Sickness In the Family," both set in the Scottish City.
Cartoonist Andi Watson released today a 25-page preview of his contribution to the "Best New Manga" anthology, showcasing exciting new manga from a roster of international creators.
CBR's All Time Top 100 Writers and Artists countdown continues as we present the #4 favorite writer and artists as voted on by members of the CBR Forums community. Who made the cut today? Come inside to find out.
It's almost that time of year again, where lists are checked twice to see who is naughty or nice. This November, the Punisher will be checking his own list when the "Punisher X-Mas Special" hits stores. We spoke with writer Stuart Moore about the special.
Did Denny O'Neil name Optimus Prime? Was Alan Davis set to do art on "Green Lantern: Rebirth?" Was Scott Lobdell in the right place at the right time to get the "Uncanny X-Men" gig?
DC Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics shipping January, 2007 and we've got the full listing for ya.