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Image Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics shipping October, 2006. Included are the debut of "Bomb Queen" Vol. 2, "Impaler," "The Pirates of Coney Island" and the return of "GØDLAND."
Joe Quesada is the special guest on Comedy Central's "The Colbert Report" with Stephen Colbert tonight. We caught up with Quesada in advance of the show, who's excited about his appearance.
So, you say you couldn't attend Joe Quesada's Cup O' Joe at Comic-Con? Did you not make it into the standing room only panel? No problem, we're bringing the panel to you with our latest video from CCI!
Fan favorite writer Gail Simone got the spotlight treatment at Comic-Con International in San Diego, where she spoke about her current DC projects, her start in this industry and names a creator who "wants to do something really inappropriate with me."
John Siuntres of the WordBalloon Comics Podcast and CBR are excited to present a variety of audio interviews from Comic-Con with the likes of Sergio Aragones, Joe Gentile, B. Clay Moore, Jeremy Haun, David Bryant, Max Allan Collins, Geof Darrow and Gene Ha. Fire up you iPods, people!
Slave Labor Graphics Publisher Dan Vado sat down to discuss the company's history in a panel at Comic-Con, describing some of the highs and lows they've experienced over the past 20 years.
It's a big event for Top Cow, as they've reached their first #100 issue with "Witchblade." Writer Ron Marz talked about the big changes for Sara revealed in last weeks issue, so beware - there be spoilers ahead!
More video from Comic-Con International, this time we take a look at the DC Nation panel hosted by DC's Dan DiDio.
Dan DiDio, Brad Meltzer and Geoff Johns disccused their plans for the new JLA & JSA series, with some clues as to the make-up of each team.
Acclaimed manga author Kazuo Koike of "Lone Wolf & Cub" fame appeared at Comic-Con and we've got a full report, as well as "LW&C3" news and golfing with Mike Richardson.
Dynamite Entertainment has given CBR News a preview of "Army of Darkness" #9, which ships to comic shops today.
You heard about what Oni Press and Aspen Comics have coming up during their panels at Comic-Con, now it's time to take a look in a special post-con image gallery.
Greg Wiesman, the creator of "Gargoyles," told Comic-Con attendees stories of the show's production and talked about his work on the current Slave Labor Graphics comic series.
Jane-of-All-Trades Linda Medley discusses her triumphant return to comics, her new work in the land of Oz, and the long-awaited resumption of "Castle Waiting."
At Comic-Con International, Dark Horse looked back at their 20-year history, with a surprise appearance by a Storm Trooper delivering an important letter for Mike Richardson.
With Comic-Con now out of the way, Justin has room to catch you up on last week's issue of "52," right before Week 12 is set to hit stands.
One of the biggest names in entertainment talks about "Babylon 5," "Rising Stars," "Civil War" and the money train.
The "Fables" panel Sunday at Comic-Con International was filled with surprises, including news that you, the fan, can be directly involved in a future issue.
All this week we'll bring you video footage from a variety of panels held this past weekend at Comic-Con International. First up, video from Thursday's "Civil War" panel hosted by Joe Quesada.
It's a celebrity filled photo parade that includes Tarantino, Raimi, Maguire, Cage, Favreau, comic creators, costumed folk and some fun surprises along the way.
Sunday at Comic-Con International was spent taking at look at DC's Big Three.
Move over Batman, the Lone Ranger is back in town at Dynamite in his new "Lone Ranger" series. Writer Brett Matthews spoke to CBR about the new book and we've got the first eight pages to read.
Jim Massey and Oni Press look to bring readers something quite different with "Maintenance." We spoke with the writer of this unique new series.
Saturday afternoon at Comic-Con International, actor Nicolas Cage revealed he and his son would be writing a new mini-series for Virgin Comics.
Comic-Con International is a victim of its own success, as record crowds Saturday lead the con to halt ticket sales.
Mike Carey continues to explore the Ultimate universe with "Ultimate Vision." He talks about the limited series and revealed several guest stars.
At long last, Warren Ellis conquers the universe. The universe formerly known as the New Universe, that is. He talks to Jonah Weiland about "newuniversal" and Marvel gives readers a first look at pages from the series.
Sunday, Marvel Comics gave CCI attendees a peek into the future of the Marvel Universe.
It's the final big DC panel of the convention and CBR has all the details. Shazam!
It's a big day for "Halo" fans, as Marvel Comics announced a new ongoing comic book series in 2007, and Joe Quesada tells who would win a fight between Wolverine and Master Chief!
IDW Publishing revealed its plans for the next year, including "The Complete Chester Gould's Dick Tracy," "Adventures in Oz" collections, "Scarface" and much more.
Another day at Comic-Con International, another photo parade. Trains, creators and unfortunate costumes are the highlights. And just how crowded is it?
The Legion. The New Gods. Kathy Kane. At Comic-Con International, fans learned a bit more from the minds behind DC Comics' "52."
Joe Quesada rocked the mic Saturday in San Diego, answering questions but dropping no mad science.
It's Q&A with DC's biggest talent at Comic-Con, including answers to those questions about Batgirl and Nightwing. Oh, and a little something about new DC animated movies.
Ande Parks and the dreamy Shawn Crystal tell a tale of vengeance on the red planet in "Blood Red," coming in 2007 from Oni.
Image brings Doug "Earthworm Jim" TenNapel's "GEAR" graphic novel back into print in early 2007, featuring a violent war of cats versus dogs. And giant robots.
Stan Lee and Jack Kirby are back together on "Fantastic Four." Wanna know how? Tom Brevoort told us. Updated with art.
Oni Press announced their upcoming plans Saturday, including a comic book adaptation of Stephen Colbert's Tek Janson.
Joe Casey explores Spandex-clad adultery and self-doubt in "Nixon's Pals," an Image graphic novel in bedrooms this October.