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Acclaimed artist Sean Phillips talks about his two projects in stores this week: "Marvel Zombies: Dead Days" and his collaborative art book with Duncan Fegredo, "Intersections."
With big developments in store for Black Canary shortly, Brian Eason looks back at one of the most dynamic female characters in the DCU and he oft times dark past.
Eisner Award winning creator Darwyn Cooke is breathing new life into The Spirit, a creation of the legend Will Eisner himself. According to Cooke, characterization rules the day.
Writer Louise Simonson talks with CBR News about "Magik," the first chapter of Marvel's "Mystic Arcana," featuring an untold tale of Colossus' late sister, Illyana Rasputin.
We've got previews of some of Marvel's hottest titles shipping this week. Check out new issues of "Punisher War Journal," "Black Panther," "New Avengers" and "Thunderbolts!"
The first "Criminal" collection hits stores this week, so CBR News spoke with writer Ed Brubaker about the book and what readers can expect from the next arc, "Lawless."
Entertainment Weekly's former comics evangelist Marc Bernardin turns from writing about comics to writing comics with Wildstorm's "The Highwaymen."
Dark Horse Comics has released solicitation information and images for comics and product shipping in August, 2007.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, we've got full color previews of some of this week's hottest new issues including "New X-Men" #38 and "Immortal Iron Fist" #5.
This past Saturday, Remy Minnick traveled around Los Angeles to four different comic shops to see what each had to offer for Free Comic Book Day.
CBR News spoke with Marvel Sr. VP of Sales David Gabriel about their "Marvel Illustrated" line, all ages comic adaptations of classic literature in the vein of "Classics Illustrated." Plus, a huge sampler gallery.
We've got previews of "DMZ" #18 and #19, courtesy of creator Brian Wood. Beginning the "Friendly Fire" storyline, these issues offer new readers the perfect place to jump on to the acclaimed Vertigo series.
With "52" now in the can, CBR News presents a gallery of the outstanding cover artwork artist J.G. Jones provided for the series.
In the first of a two-part interview, Robert sits down with Mark Waid to discuss the year-long journey he took with Morrison, Johns and Rucka on "52," the challenges and rewards offered by this unique weekly series.
It's the final issue of DC's weekly series "52" and Brian has a full recap for you, with some context about these new worlds. Plus, Brian's back with the latest CRISIS CONTINUITY, this week shining the spotlight on the Multiverse itself.
MySpace Comic Books has an exclusive ten page preview of the first issue of DC Comics' hotly anticipated weekly series, "Countdown."
Curiously timed to coincide with the opening of "Spider-Man 3" in cinemas, Brian brings you the true origin of Spidey's black costume. If you think you know it, you might be surprised! Plus Superman and the New Warriors, all in CBULR!
Courtesy of Dynamite Entertainment, we've got a preview of the publisher's Free Comic Book Day offering, "The Lone Ranger/Battlestar Galactica Flip Book," featuring two free stories.
This weekend, Robert Kirkman will hit five cities across the country in two days promoting "The Astounding Wolf-Man," Image Comics' Free Comic Book Day offering. We spoke with Kirkman before this crazy tour begun.
With issue #199 of "X-Men," big changes are in store for Cable, and Rogue's life will be dramatically altered. Marvel has provided CBR News with pages from the lay May shipping book.
Marc Guggenheim is on a mission - to establish Bart Allen as the new Flash. But the veteran TV writer is also saving some time later this year for his favorite adamantium-laced mutant, as well.
Next week, Marvel fans will be learn the origin of the zombie plague in the pages of "Marvel Zombies: Dead Days" by Kirkman and Phillips! We've got 7 lettered preview pages for your reading enjoyment.
Storm Shadow, one of the most popular G.I. Joe characters, returns to comic shops this month as the star of his own series. We spoke with creator Larry Hama about the new book.
Following his appearance at this past weekend's Pittsburgh Comicon, George Perez won't attend another convention until 2009. We have a report from his panel.
With the first trade collection of Ben Templesmith's "Wormwood" now in store, we caught up with the writer/artist to discuss that series and his meteoric rise in the industry starting with "30 Days of Night."
Courtesy of Dynamite Entertainment, we've got full color previews of some of the publisher's newest issues including "Dark Xena" #1 and "Classic Battlestar Galactica: Cylon Apocalypse" #3!
This past weekend at Pittsburgh Comicon, artists Pat Olliffe and Rob Stull talked about their work on "52," how editorial changes affected their work, the massive contribution of Keith Giffen and more.
This June a new team of heroes will fight both supervillains and the powers that be in a new ongoing "New Warriors" series. We spoke with writer Kevin Grevioux about the series.
Oh no, it wasn't the airplanes. It was beauty that killed the beast. But creator Joe DeVito is bringing King Kong back to life in the pages of a new comic book to come this fall.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR News brings you a full color preview of one of the most anticipated book's from this season's "World War Hulk" event.
Courtesy of Moonstone Books, CBR News brings you a full color preview of the new issue of their exciting series, "The Phantom!"
Marvel Comics has provided CBR News with an advance look at "Captain America" #26, continuing the "Death of a Dream" storyline.
This July, Rich Koslowski ("3 Geeks," "The King") leaps from the world of graphic novels and comics into illustrated prose with "The List," his twisted take on the mythology of Christmas.
Image Comics has provided CBR News with previews of this week's books "Alien Pig Farm 3000" #1, "Spawn" #167, "Ward of the State" #1 and "Astounding Wolf-Man" #1.
Robert sits down once again with Adam Beechen to discuss his role in "Countdown," on tackling "Teen Titans" and learns that he'll be leaving "Robin" and finds out why.
It's the penultimate issue of "52" and Justin's here with all the details as we make our way to the final issue of "52." Plus, Brian Eason stops by with a profile of Rip Hunter.
CBR's John Mayo has the estimated sales for the Top 300 Comics and Top 100 Trades with Market Share in March, 2007. Marvel led all publishers by a landslide and "Captain America" #25 came in at #1 with an estimated 290,000 copies sold.
Brian celebrates the 100th edition with double the legends, guest stars including Jeff Parker, Jay Faerber and Fred Van Lente, and a flashback to the very first comic book urban legend revealed!
Bryan Talbot's "Alice in Sunderalnd" is currently on exhibit at the Cartoon Museum in London, showcasing the lively art from the graphic novel. Shaun Manning filed this report.
Fans have been forming many theories about the identity of the new Ronin. We ran some of those theories by "New Avengers" editor Tom Brevoort for comment. UPDATED with a preview of "New Avengers" #30!