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DC Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping in May of 2004.
Sources informed CBR News Tuesday evening that Marvel Comics' 'Epic Anthology' has been cancelled and a second issue will not see publication.
'My Uncle Jeff' author Damon Hurd talks about his next project, 'The White Elephant,' a personal story of loss and lament told as a stage play in the pages of an original graphic novel. Includes a five page preview of the book shipping this May.
In the mid-1990s, they told him to leave the Transformers alone. Almost ten years later, Brad Mick holds the keys to the Autobots. Mick talks about the recent Transformers Month celebration and what you can expect next from the series, including a new mini-series with the Micromasters coming this June.
Diamond Comics Distributors has released the top comic numbers based on actual sales on product shipped in January, 2004, including Overall Market Share, Top 300 Comics and Top 50 Graphic Novels/TPB's.
With news of Julius Schwartz's passing on Sunday, friends and colleagues shared their thoughts and impressions of one of comics greatest Monday afternoon. Lisa Feerick Pollison, a long time friend of Schwartz's, shared with CBR News a number of stories about Schwartz. Additionally, DC Comics has released a full eulogy of Schwartz.
Variety reports that screenwriters Dan Harris and Michael Dougherty will join director Bryan Singer for a year's worth of 'Ultimate X-Men' scripts.
Comics legend Julius Schwartz passed away this morning at the age of 88. Schwartz was an pioneer of the Silver Age of comics and had a lasting impact on mainstream comics in the United States.
Animator Kazu Kibuishi and a diverse group of animators and comic creators have set out to produce an independent comics anthology filled with Moebius and Miyazaki-influenced material slated for release later this year.
Devil's Due President Josh Blaylock has provided CBR News with a six-page preview of their April debuting title 'Hack/Slash.'
Writer Jay Faerber talks about bringing Top Cow's 'Strykeforce' back to comics, a look at the characters and the new direction, plus a nine-page preview of issue #1.
Matt Cashel and Jeremy Haun talk about their Image Comic "Paradigm," a photo-realistic comic about a very odd little city called Bogsdale. The duo talk about the production of the comic, its inspiration and what's next.
Matt Wagner will provide the cover art for 'Adventures of Superman,' 'Batman' and 'Wonder Woman' in May as part of a promotion for the release of the 'Trinity' hard cover collection.
Viper Comics President Jessie Garza has given CBR News a sneak peak at 'Dead @17' #4 and talks the upcoming sequel.
Marvel EIC Joe Quesada returns to the drawing table this April in the pages of 'Daredevil: Father,' a uniquely personal five-issue series which digs deep into the life of Matt Murdock.
In an extensive interview writer/artist Mike Mignola talks all things 'Hellboy.' What's happening with the big red guy, the genesis of the comic, his thoughts on the movie and working with director Guillermo Del Toro and much more.
Alan Scott, the creator of the indy comic 'Killer Stunts, Inc.' writes to give us an update on future issues of the comic as well as production on the feature film.
Marvel Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping April, 2004.
Game developer Activision has provided CBR News with an exclusive look at game sketches and designs from the upcoming 'X-Men: Legends' video game.
IDW Publishing has provided CBR News with a five page preview from the first issue of their upcoming mini-series 'Underworld: Red in Tooth and Claw,' the official prequel story to the hit film.
Josh Blaylock of Devil's Due Publishing talks about their plans for 2004, what's up next for 'G.I. Joe' and 'Voltron,' as well as their many non-licensed product like 'Misplaced,' 'Kore' and the upcoming spinoff, 'WarStone.'
DC Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping in April of 2004.
Oni Press has provided CBR News with an 11 page preview of 'Julius,' a reworking of the Shakespeare play coming in March of this year.
Writer Joe Casey talks about 'Earth's Mightiest Heroes,' a new mini-series coming from Marvel Comics this summer that chronicles the Avengers first year. Learn more about Casey's love of the team and how Avengers fans can interact with the writer.
Writer Scott Ciencin talks about the upcoming 'Silent Hill: Dying Inside,' a five issue mini-series, with art by Ben Templesmith, based on the wildly popular video game. Ciencin reveals what you'll find in this comic and how it's more than just another video game adaptation and why those not familiar with the game will like this book.
'The Goon/Hellboy' make a big crossover, 'Aleister Arcane' images surface, 'Young Ancient One' order reminder, Dave Cockrum hospitalized and photos from the January 11th Media City Convention.
Diamond Comics Distributors has released industry statistic for the entirety of 2003 showing the top selling comics, graphic novels and books, as well as which company had the largest market share in 2003.
Image Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping April, 2004.
Writer Antony Johnston talks about the upcoming Avatar Press series 'Nightjar,' a horror story originally conceived by Alan Moore and Bryan Talbot in 1980, but never finished. Johnston talks about the story, on stepping into Alan Moore's shoes and what you should expect from this new series. Corrected
Writer Warren Ellis sent out a note today updating fans on the status of various in production and delayed projects such as 'Morning Dragons,' 'Stealth Tribes,' 'Planetary' and others.
DC Comics has announced a publishing agreement with European publisher Humanoids, which will add their titles to the DC Comics catalog.
Greg Rucka talks about how he approaches the writing chores on DC's 'Wonder Woman' with a look ahead at issue #200 and some thoughts on the current state of the comics industry.
Artist Rags Morales talks about the challenges of working on DC's upcoming event, 'Indentity Crisis,' what's it like to draw all those heroes and his feelings on being part of one of the biggest events ever to take place in the DC Universe.
In Union Station, Green Arrow inker Ande Parks digs up a forgotten Kansas City story some locals wish would have remained buried.
Diamond Comics Distributors has released the top comic numbers based on actual sales on product shipped in December, 2003, including Overall Market Share, Top 300 Comics and Top 50 Graphic Novels/TPB's.
This April Steve Niles, Chee and IDW Publishing will bring to comics an adaptation of the classic horror film 'Dawn of the Dead.' Niles discusses the challenges of bringing this classic to the printed page.
'Empire' and 'JLA: Year One' artist Barry Kitson has signed a three year exclusivity agreement with DC Comics.
Eisner Administrator Jackie Estrada has announced that submissions are now open for product released in 2003 to be considered for an Eisner Award nomination. Five judges have been selected and profiled.
Writer Jay Faerber talks about his latest comics work, 'Dodge's Bullets,' a new 80-page original graphic novel that follows the exploits of private investigator Webster Dodge, coming in March from Image.
In a conversation with Rich Johnston, writer Warren Ellis reveals that 2004 may be his last very active year in American comics.