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Straczynski has big plans for "Thor" in 2008 as well as a 12-issue maxiseries ready to roll out in January, entitled "The Twelve," featuring 12 superheroes who've finally thawed after 60-plus years in the Marvel/Timely deep freeze.
This January starting with "Red Sonja" #30, the series sees five different creative teams tackle each subsequent issue. We've got details, plus a first look at the Alex Ross variant & Lee Moder's art for #30.
Courtesy of Dark Horse, CBR brings you a special 12-page preview of "Gear School," a lavishly illustrated, teenage sci-fi adventure on sale this week in full-color trade paperback. Updated with additional pages.
On November 5, after three years of criminal charges, legal proceedings, and seemingly countless delays, Comic Book Legal Defense Fund defendant Gordon Lee will finally have his day in court.
50 years after the launch of Sputnik II, Abadzis talks about the Russian space program and his original graphic novel "Laika," about the dog who was the first Earthling sent into outer space.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR brings you an exclusive first look at "The Loners" #6, concluding the miniseries by CB Cebulski and Karl Maline and shipping November 21, 2007.
When Alex Sheikman comes to town, cowboys, samurai, robots, tumbleweeds and A.I. are all part of the Wasabi Steampunk Western game. CBR spoke with the "Robotika" creator about volume 2 of the series, "For A Few Rubles More."
In this week's X-POSITION, X-Editors Axel Alonso and Nick Lowe give CBR News a behind-the-scenes look at "Messiah CompleX," part 1 of which ships this week to comics stores everywhere.
CBR News has been tracking the trends and "friends" of comics publishers, creators and other profiles on MySpace.com, and in this first installment of a new regular feature, Dark Horse and Tara McPherson proved very popular.
John Mayo follows up on yesterday's sales estimates with an analysis of those numbers, looking at who the big movers and shakers were in comic shops in September.
CBR's John Mayo has the estimated sales figures for the Top 300 Comics and Top 100 Trades with Market Share in September, 2007. Marvel led all in market share and had the #1 comic, "World War Hulk" #4, while DC narrowly took the lead in TPBs.
Courtesy of Dynamite Entertainment, we've got previews of new comics shipping this week including "Sword of Red sonja: Doom of the Gods" #2, "Army of Darkness: From the Ashes" #3, and "New Battlestar Galactica: Pegasus."
The Hero Library is a collection of 52 comic hardcovers and paperbacks, all of which feature original sketches in them. These chosen tomes will be auctioned off via eBay.com one per week, starting November 1.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR brings you a full color, fully lettered 8-page preview of "New X-Men" #43, shipping this week to comics stores everywhere. Updated with fixed preview images.
CBR News spoke with artist Brian Churilla about how he became attached to "The Nocturnal Adventures of Scratch and Suck," a Steve Niles-penned horror spoof appearing now in "MySpace Dark Horse Presents."
Image Comics has provided CBR News with previews from October 31st shipping titles that includes "Accelerate," "Dynamo 5," "Savage Dragon" and "True Story Swear To God."
The war on Earth-8 gets up and running and Justin and Brian are here as they are each week with all the details for you, plus a "Countdown" death list!
Legendary Batman artist Jerry Robinson has been named as a Creative Consultant for DC Comics, according to a statement released this afternoon.
The show's management looks ahead to 2008 with Alex Ross and Mike Mignola confirmed as Gusts of Honor at the Jacob K. Javits Center in New York City in April.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics shipping next week including "Annihilation: Conquest - Wraith" #4, "Iron Man" #23, "Mythos: Fantastic Four," "Sub-Mariner" #5 and "Ultimate Power" #8.
Crisis of the infinite "Crisis on Infinite Earths" urban legends! From the truth behind Supergirl's death to Jerry Ordway's rumored sequel to a brand new Flash character, Brian's got revelations of appropriately epic proportions.
Today in the final part of our week-long and in-depth feature on Iron Man, CBR News speaks with "Iron Man and Power Pack" writer Marc Sumerak about his story, which stars a perhaps more familiar Tony Stark.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR News brings you an exclusive first look at pages from "Daredevil Annual" #1, shipping next week to comics stores everywhere.
Keith Champagne wanted everyone from Rorschach to "Kingdom Come's" Superman in "Countdown: Arena." The writer of the four-issue weekly tells us what it was like to temper creative liberties with fan invention.
In this week's edition of X-POSITION, "New X-Men" writer Christopher Yost gives CBR News an "Emperor Vulcan" mind-meld and tells us what's in store for his series.
Bill Galvan has a unique job - promoting acceptance of ethnic and cultural differences to kids through his comic, "The Scrapyard Detectives," which has already topped 70,000 copies. We spoke with Galvan.
In Part 4 of Waxing Shellhead, we talk to "Iron Man: Director of S.H.I.E.L.D. Annual" writer Christos Gage about Tony Stark and the working vacation he's got planned for the Armored Avenger.
In Part Two of Waxing Shellhead, CBR News peeks into the tumultuous world of S.H.I.E.L.D.'s newest director by chatting with "Iron Man" writers Daniel and Charles Knauf.
Courtesy of BOOM! Studios, CBR News brings you an exclusive 11-page preview of "Warhammer 40,000: Blood and Thunder," which is on sale right now in finer comics stores everywhere.
The name of newcomer Sterling Gates graces the cover of this week's "Tales of Sinestro Corps: Superman-Prime," and the writer of the backup story "Fear is a Baby's Cry!" tells CBR News who's who in the 3,600 sectors of the universe.
CBR News caught up with "Death Dealer" writer Joshua Ortega to get the skinny on Top Cow's "Necromancer: Pilot Season" #1, which bridges the gap between his "Necromancer" Books I and II.
CBR's week-long look at Iron Man continues today with a chat with "New Avengers" writer Brian Michael Bendis about Shellhead and his relationships with the Avengers and the controversial Illuminati.
Spike TV's second annual Scream Awards was attended by luminaries from comics, film and television, and CBR News was on the scene to talk to the stars as they made their way down the red carpet.
The man behind Lady Death and Evil Ernie, Brian Pulido talks about his work re-imagining Tomb Raider in two stories as part of GameTap's "Re/Visioned" animated online series.
Shipping next month, "World War Hulk" reaches its Earth-shattering conclusion in issue #5 by Greg Pak and John Romita, Jr, and CBR News has a new full color preview for you.
Famed "The Darkness" writers Phil Hester, Ron Marz and Paul Jenkins discuss with CBR topics ranging from Hester's upcoming ongoing to the franchise's future in other media, including details about the Darkness feature film.
Numerous publishers, retailers and other comics professionals call the Southern California region home, and CBR spoke with many affected by the raging wildfires to get an update on their safety and what the fires mean for the industry. Updated 5:30 PM with news from Jim Lee, Alex Sinclair and Scott Dunbier.
Californians can rest easy knowing "The Order" is out there protecting them from super crime. CBR News spoke with writer Matt Fraction about what's next for Marvel's premiere Golden State super team.
Courtesy of Dynamite Entertainment, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics shipping this week including "The Lone Ranger" #9, "Witchblade: Shades of Gray" #3 and "Savage Tales" #4.
"THe Darkness" writers Phil Hester, Ron Marz and Paul Jenkins discuss with CBR topics ranging from Hester's upcoming ongoing to the franchise's future in other media. Plus, an exclusive first look at "The Darkness" #1.