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Did Greg Rucka want Wonder Woman's boyfriend dead? Was Jason Lee to be one of Ramona's ex-boyfriends in "Scott Pilgrim?" Plus, Marvel vs. Hells Angels! And Dark Angel!
Guerilla News Network's Anthony Lappe and artist Dan Goldman talk to CBR about "Shooting War," their political graphic novel about a left-wing blogger turned big-time war correspondent.
Z-Cult FM, the popular BitTorrent tracker for trading illegally scanned comics, has been threatened with legal action from DC & Marvel if they don't shut down immediately, according to one online report. Updated 11/26 8:30 PM.
In the book "Our Gods Wear Spandex: The Secret History of Comic Book Heroes," Christopher Knowles examines the roots some popular comic characters have in the occult and ancient mythology and has discovered the cover to "Action Comics" #1 may be the ultimate swipe!
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR News brings you exclusive first looks at new issues of "Frank Frazetta's Death Dealer" and Erik Larsen's "Savage Dragon," shipping next week, November 28.
We here at CBR are taking Thanksgiving Day off, but we'll be back again Friday with our usual updates. In the mean time, drop by the CBR Forums and say hi! Registration is free. Happy Thanksgiving!
Former Marvel editor Andy Schmidt was joined on stage last weekend at the Big Apple Con by Danny Fingeroth, Peter David, Koi Pham and editor John Barber for a panel discussion on breaking-in to comics, and CBR was there.
If the Kree Empire falls in "Annihilation: Conquest" so does the rest of the Marvel Universe. CBR checked in with writers Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning for the scoop on Marvel's latest cosmic epic.
This Sunday, the Comicbook Artists Guild will hold a fundraising event to benefit victims of the California Wildfires, to be held in conjunction with Manhattan Beach's The Comic Bug reopening, devastated by fire Thanksgiving weekend in 2006.
Image Comics has released images and solicitation information for comics and products shipping in February, 2008, including the first new issue of "Scud the Disposable Assassin" in more than 10 years!
Daniel Acuna has signed an exclusive contract with Marvel Comics, and the publisher has provided CBR News with a first look at the artist's variant cover of January's "HULK" #1.
DC-exclusive artist Jamal Igle invites fans into his home studio in New York to see where and how he creates his rich and detailed artwork for books like "Countdown," "Firestorm," "Nightwing" and more.
CBR speaks with Ruwan Jayatilleke, Marvel's VP of Development and the inspiration for the "Halo: Uprising" hotel concierge of the same name, about the popular game franchise and its comic book tie-ins.
Marvel Comics has released artwork and solicitation information for comics and products shipping in February, 2008. - Updated 11/21 8:00 AM PST
Indie icons ARBBH have returned and Dynamite announces the debut issue of the new series by Keith Champagne and Tom Nguyen with covers by Nguyen and Michael Avon Oeming!
Coinciding with Top Cow's grand plans for 2008, the studio commissioned legendary letterer Todd Klein to modernize one of the '90s most distinctive logos, that of "Witchblade," and CBR spoke with Klein about the new look.
Earth 2 Comics in Sherman Oaks, CA hosted a signing for "League of Extraordinary Gentlemen" co-creator Kevin O'Neill. CBR News was there, and we spoke with the artist about "The Black Dossier."
Peter David talks all about "knowing stuff," babies, and the new sheriff in town in an all-new edition of X-POSITION. Plus, new artwork from "New X-Men" #44, on sale this week.
Courtesy of Dynamite, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics shipping this week including "Red Sonja" #27, "The Lone Ranger" #10, "The Boys" #12 and more.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you sneak peaks at images and solicitation information for comics shipping in February, 2008, including new issues of "Captain America" and "Fantastic Four." The full solicits will be published Tuesday afternoon.
DC Comics has released artwork and solicitation information for new comics and products shipping in February, 2008.
Writer Jai Nitz and artist Phil Hester are bringing "El Diablo" back from DC's Weird and Wild West. But as that would make the character 170-years-old, some changes are coming, too, and CBR spoke with Nitz about what those are.
"Batman: The Long Halloween" and "Heroes" artist Tim Sale met with fans in New York last weekend for a discussion of his work on the comics page and television screen.
In this first edition of a new feature on CBR, writer Gerard Way and editor Scott Allie preview exclusive artwork and discuss in-depth the story and making of "The Umbrella Academy: Apocalypse Suite" #3, which hits stores this week.
In a reversal of roles, this week writer Mike Carey guest interviews Robert Taylor about his first novel, "Adrift."
Bad, bad things happens on Earth-15 this week and to keep you up to speed, Justin and Brian stop by with all the details and commentary on this latest issue of "Countdown to Final Crisis."
This weekend at the Big Apple Con, the new Valiant Entertainment announced their next project, a hardcover collection of "X-O Manowar" with a new story by Bob Layton.
With Top Cow relaunching "The Darkness" this December, they're doing it in style! We've got the new "The Darkness" trailer for your viewing pleasure -- it'll get you ready for the series in style.
Courtesy of Image, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics shipping next week including "Madman" vol. 2, "Flink," "Strange Embrace" #6 and an exclusive first look at "The Walking Dead" #44.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you more previews of new comics shipping next week including "Heroes for Hire" #15, "Ultimate Vision" #5, "The Loners" #6, "She-Hulk" #23, "Iron Man: Director of S.H.I.E.L.D. Annual" #1 and more.
More legends of the Silver Surfer! Did Gil Kane draw an "Aliens" cover without first checking to see what an Alien looked like? Plus the secret origin of the Robotman comic strip you've got to read to believe.
Marvel has provided CBR News with an exclusive look at "Foolkiller" #2, the gritty crime thriller by best-selling author Gregg Hurwitz and artist Lan Medina, coming 11/28 from Marvel MAX.
CBR News talks to newcomers Katie Cook and Brodie Brockie about their "MySpace Dark Horse Presents" project, the horror "Tricks of the Trade," about a magician who murders his beautiful assistants.
Former Marvel Editor Andy Schmidt has broken out on his own and set-up a series of seminars for aspiring comic creators in NYC. We spoke with Schmidt about his new teaching venture, Comics Experience.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics shipping next week including "What If? Annihilation," "Incredible Hulk" #111, "X-Men: Emperor Vulcan" #3, "Powers" #27, "Captain America" #32 and more.
After 25 years as a traditional saddle-stitched magazine format released three or more times a year the award-winning "Love and Rockets" will go on hiatus and return as a series of origina graphic novel-length releases.
Bruce Banner's war looks to be over but two new Gamma powered Goliaths are ready for action. CBR News spoke with editor Mark Paniccia about the "World War Hulk" spin-off series "Skaar: Son of Hulk" and "Hulk."
This December, a new Marvel hero is set for some incredible adventures as "The Incredible Hulk" becomes "The Incredible Herc" CBR News spoke with co-writer Fred Van Lente about the series.
Crack out the coconuts, tiny umbrellas and crime-solving kit! B. Clay Moore's cult favorite "Hawaiian Dick" launches as an ongoing series next week from Image Comics, and CBR News spoke with him about the new book.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR brings you an exclusive first look at the cover of "The Twelve" #0, plus some Chris Weston's character designs for the Golden Age revival series by J. Michael Straczynski.