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Joss Whedon answers' fans questions, "24Seven" vol. 2 premieres with Fábio Moon, and George Khoury blogs about his new book, "Image Comics: The Road to Independence," exclusively on MySpace.
On the one-year anniversary of a serious health scare, popular "Outsiders" and "Superman/Batman" artist Matthew Clark goes in-depth with CBR's Robert Taylor on projects both past and future.
CBR News returns with another installment of Graphic About Novels. This time, we speak with Mike Carey about his first prose novel, "The Devil You Know," which hits U.S. stores this week.
C.B. Cebulski talks to CBR News about his and David Finch's "Biting Back," an untold tale of Dracula and his daughter Lilith, which appears as a backup story in this months's "Legion of Monsters: Morbius" #1.
CBR News presents the final part of an extended interview with scholar Timothy Callahan, author of "Grant Morrison: The Early Years," an exhaustive analytical look at Morrison's late '80s and early '90s work.
Justin and Brian break down the latest issue of "Countdown" for you, with reactions to the funeral of Bart Allen and some of the other surprises revealed this week.
We've got another huge stack of lettered previews for you - "Amazing Spider-Girl" #10, "Annihilation: Conquest - Wraith" #1, "Blade" #11, "Exiles" #96, "Fantastic Five" #1, "Nova" #4 and "Spider-Man Loves Mary Jane" #20.
Image Comics has provided CBR News with advance looks at books shipping July 11th, including "Madman Gargantua," "Intersections," "Godland" Vol. 3, "Madman Atomic Comics" #3 and "The Amory Wars" #2.
This past Saturday, CBR News spent the day at Shriners Children's Hospital in Los Angeles with members of the Superhero Group, a charity whose members visit area children's hospitals dressed as super heroes.
Guess who was made a genuine citizen of Japan? Yep! And why are the Japanese broadcasting American versions of "Astro Boy? The answer will horrify you in this week's all Astro Boy edition of CBULR!
DC throws Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman into the ring with "52's" big baddies, the Four Horsemen. CBR News spoke with writer Keith Giffen about the six-issue "52 Aftermath: The Four Horsemen."
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR Presents full color, fully lettered previews of new Marvel titles shipping next week to comic stores everywhere.
It's all costumes, all the time in this photo parade from last weekend's Anime Expo. There's plenty of good, bad and "please make it stop" ugly. We've got it all, with plenty of obnoxious commentary.
CBR News presents the second part of an extended interview with scholar Timothy Callahan, author of "Grant Morrison: The Early Years," an exhaustive analytical look at Morrison's late '80s and early '90s work.
In one of the more enlightening panels at MoCCA this past weekend, David Axe ("War Fix"), Greg Cook ("Catch As Catch Can) and Brendan Burfod ("Syncopated") discussed the challenges and benefits to reporting war through comics.
Did "X-Men" #200 leave you with questions? Who are you kidding, of course it did! CBR News and writer Mike Carey are here with the answers!
Silent Devill publishes in October a collection of Drew Edwards' "Halloween Man" web-comics. CBR News sat down with Edwards and Silent Devil co-founder Christian Beranek to talk about "Superdeformed."
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR News presents advance looks at new issues of "All-Flash," "Justice Society of America," "Detective Comics" and "Action Comics."
CBR News presents the first part of an extended interview with scholar Timothy Callahan, author of "Grant Morrison: The Early Years," an exhaustive analytical look at Morrison's late '80s and early '90s work.
Marvel Comics has provided CBR News with some advance looks at "Punisher" #50, "Foolkiller" #1, and "Terror, Inc." #1.
We here at CBR are enjoying the American Independence Day holiday and will be back in full force on Thursday, but there's still plenty happening here over on the CBR Forums. Find out what you're missing.
Hellboy's former teammates at the Bureau of Paranormal Research and Defense have a messy time ahead in their new miniseries, "The Killing Ground." CBR News spoke with co-writer John Arcudi.
Just in time for July 4th, Devil's Due Publishing has provided CBR News with an advance look at "G.I. Joe: America's Elite" #25, celebrating twenty-five years of G.I. Joe.
He's written for the New York Times and Rolling Stone, worked with the likes of Marilyn Manson and Jenna Jameson, and wrote an OGN with Bernard Chang called "How To Make Money Like A Porn Star." CBR News spoke with Straus about his unusual career.
You guys can't get enough of those heroes from the Great White North, so to keep that excitement alive we've got a preview of "Omega Flight" #4 shipping next Wednesday.
This Thursday, Jeph Loeb and John Cassaday bury and praise Captain America in the pages of "Fallen Son: The Death of Captain America - Iron Man." We spoke with both about the issue.
Writer Marc Andreyko goes in-depth with Robert Taylor about "Friday the 13th," "Nightwing Annual," the "Torso" film, and, of course, his critical and cult favorite series "Manhunter."
Love ain't easy for teens and neither is high school, but being a gay kid in suburbia is even harder. CBR News spoke with Abby Denson about her graphic novel "Tough Love: High School Confidential."
Temporally-challenged hero Ash stars this August in another in a line of successful mini-series, "Army of Darkness: From the Ashes." CBR News spoke with writer and Ash expert James Kuhoric.
Speedsters have always been at the forefront of great change in the DCU, perhaps more now than ever before. CBR's Brian Eason examines the grand legacy of those heroes who've carried the mantle of the Flash.
In "Fallen Son: The Death of Captain America - Iron Man" #5, Steve Rogers will be delivered to his final resting place by pallbearers Black Panther, Ms. Marvel, Ben Grimm and Iron Man.
We have a huge batch of Image Comics previews for July 5th books including "Astounding Wolf-Man," "The Creature from the Depths," "The Pin-Up Art of Joseph Michael Linsner," "Dynamo 5," "The Ride: Die Valkyrie," "Alien Pig Farm 3000" and "Ward of the State."
Lots happened in the DCU this past week and Brian and Justin are here to make sense of it all, from this week's "Sinestro Corps Special" and how it plays into events in "Countdown" #44.
We've got more Marvel lettered previews for books shipping next Thursday including "Irredeemable Ant-Man" #10, "Ms. Marvel" #17, "New Warriors" #2, "The Loners" #4 and "Ultimate Power" #6.
As if Glen Brunswick's story and Frank Espinosa's art on the upcoming "Killing Girl" from Image isn't enough to pique your interest, how about a Frank Cho incentive cover? We've got an exclusive first look.
Could Marvel only bring back Elektra if Frank Miller wanted to? Is Little Aubrey a Little Lulu rip off? Did the sequel to "Batman: The Cult" become a Punisher mini-series?
Writer Michael Avon Oeming talks with CBR News about the upcoming Dynamite/Marvel crossover, "Spider-Man/Red Sonja" #1.
We've got a great handful of lettered previews for Marvel books shipping July 5th, including "Marvel Zombies/Army of Darkness" #5, "Runaways" #27, "Thor" #1 and "Uncanny X-Men" #488.
This August, the JSA's past comes back to haunt Mr. Terrific in a three-part story arc beginning in "JSA Classified" #29, written by "Rex Mundi" creator Avrid Nelson and we've go the details.
This week, X-Men Group Editor Axel Alonso answers your questions about the X-Universe with some new clues. Can you handle the truth?!? Plus, more pages from "Endangered Species."