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Writer Peter Hogan talks about the second volume of "Terra Obscura," working with Yanick Paquette, gives an introduction to the series and a look at art from issue 1.
Since it was first announced a year ago, much has changed for "Killer Stunts, Inc." with a new artist and film adaptation moving quickly. Scott Alan Kinney updated CBR News on the comic front (with exclusive art) and producer Adrian Askarieh spoke about the film.
Incoming Editor-In-Chief of IDW Publishing Chris Ryall sat down with CBR News to talk about the new position, what he brings to the job and where he goes from here.
With the announcement that Jeff Mariotte will be leaving IDW Publishing as Editor In Chief, CBR News caught up with him to learn why he's leaving and to find out what's up next.
Brian Pulido, the creator of such characters as "Lady Death" and "Evil Ernie," will launch four new horror titles at Avatar Press later this year. Pulido spoke with CBR news about his new creations. Includes a selection of preview art. UPDATED 6/27/04 - Now with more preview art.
Image Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping September, 2004.
Writer Kris Oprisko talks about bringing the video game "Metal Gear Solid" to comics, the challenges of pleasing fans who already have great familiarity with the universe, plus three preview pages from the book.
On his way to baseball spring training, Bruce O'Connor crashes into a car driven by a witch. Angered by the accident, the witch curses Bruce - every day at dawn he dies, only to be resurrected when the sun goes down. William Harms talks about "Bad Mojo," coming this August from AiT/Planet Lar.
This September, writer Brian McLachlan, artist Thomas Williams and Oni Press offer up the OGN "No Dead Time," the comedic story of two twenty somethings working jobs they hate, trying to find themselves and looking for love.
"Voltron" artist E.J. Su talks about working on the title, the challenges faced drawing such a diverse team and his comic influences growing up in Taiwan.
There's a new Spider-Man in town. Later this year Indian publisher Gotham Entertainment Group will release an Indian version of Spider-Man starring Pavitr Prabhakar, with an origin and story based in Indian society and cultrue.
John Romita Jr. explores the afterlife while exploring a non-Marvel publisher in the Image Comics series, "The Gray Area," in stores today.
In part three of our series spotlighting work from Devil's Due, writer Dan Jolley updates fans on what's been happening within the pages of "Voltron" and what to expect next from the series.
At an event in San Francisco last week, the press gathered to witness a close-up demonstration of the new video game "Spider-Man 2: The Game." Preview includes new screen grabs and two new videos.
Last Tuesday, fans of "The Shield" were treated to a quick appearance by the Image Comics hero Invincible. Robert Kirkman spoke with CBR News, explaining how his creation made it into the cop drama.
Numerous sources are reporting that beleaguered comics publisher CrossGen Entertainment has filed for chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. Updated.
"G.I. Joe" artist Tim Seeley talks about working on the series, fan reaction to his work, the challenges of working on a title with such a diverse cast and more.
Diamond Comics Distributors has released the top comic numbers based on actual sales on product shipped in May, 2004, including Overall Market Share, Top 300 Comics and Top 50 Graphic Novels/TPB's.
"G.I. Joe" writer Brandon Jerwa talks with CBR News about the series, plus the upcoming "Master and Apprentice" mini-series. Includes preview art from "Master and Apprentice."
A possible "Batman Begins" trailer may be coming shortly, the latest on "Spider-Man 2," "Superman" developments, a first look at the Thing from "Fantastic Four" and much more.
Marvel Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping September, 2004.
"Catwoman" artist Paul Gulacy talks about drawing the sexy feline and addresses those who thinks he draws her too sexy, plus a look at art from issue #34.
Activision has provided CBR News with six new screen shots from the upcoming video game "Spider-Man 2: The Game."
DC Comics has brought back their classic mascot Johnny DC to serve as the branding for the DC Kids line.
Rob Lavender, a long time friend of Young's, sits down with the owner of AiT/Planet Lar and "Planet of the Capes" author Larry Young to talk about the current state of comics, his company and his outlook on the industry.
DC Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping in September of 2004.
Artist Jerry Ordway talks about his return to some very familiar characters with his two-part run on "JSA" beginning next month. Includes preview art, plus a look back on his career and what's next for the artist.
In one of the oddest interviews ever conducted at CBR, Michael T. Gilbert interviews his most famous creation, Mr. Monster, who celebrates a 20th anniversary this month. Includes details of the upcoming "Mister Monster: Worlds War Two" with loads of preview pages.
The man behind the Image comic "Flight," talks about another project he's got coming this August from Viper Comics, "Daisy Kutter," the story of a female gunfighter trying to go straight.
Writer Steve Niles is keeping busy with a host of new projects coming later this year: "Secret Skull," "Dracula," and a series he's co-writing with actor Thomas Jane, "Bad Planet." Includes preview art from "Secret Skull" as well as an update on his various film projects.
"Hawaiian Dick" creator Clay Moore talks about the next "Dick" series, "The Last Resort," with a load of preview pages from issue 1 and 2, plus an update on the movie and his new job as Image Comics' PR guy.
CBR News is proud to present a massive preview of the upcoming anthology "Flight," coming from Image Comics this July. Three full stories, plus five one page teasers.
IDW Publishing has announced that they will begin collecting the classic '80s series "GrimJack," as well as an all new six-issue series from creators John Ostrander and Tim Truman.
Marvel Comics has provided CBR News with a first look at artwork by Darick Robertson from "Incredible Hulk #75," the first issue of his run on the title with writer Bruce Jones.
Robert Kirkman gives you the latest zombie update on happenings inside Image Comics' "The Walking Dead," including a five-page preview of art from issue #8.
Writer Robert Kirkman talks about the Image comic, "Invincible." He talks about some of the recent revelations made in the series, what it means for the characters and what's coming next.
Nanotechnology runs rampant on the Earth, threatening to destroy man kind as we know it. Seven special individuals hold the key to saving the planet in this new series from Ben Templesmith and IDW Publishing.
Dark Horse has announced the creation of two new prose publishing imprints, to be unveiled at next week's BookExpo America.
Marvel has launched an all new prose imprint, Marvel Press, publishing prose stories based on characters in the Marvel Universe.
Warren Ellis shared some of the plans he has for his next Marvel project, "Ultimate Nightmare," with subscribers to his Bad Signal mailing list.