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CrossGen details the missions of their new publishing entity and imprint, CG Entertainment and Code 6.
Series editor C.B. Cebulski and artist Mike Kunkel discuss the unique format for 'X-Men Unlimited #37' and provide CBR News with a first look at a new mutant to enter the Marvel Universe.
IDW Publishing announces the release of a follow-up to the Cal McDonald story 'Savage Membrane,' to be released later this year.
Marvel Comics has released solicitation text and images for product shipping September, 2002.
Image Comics has released solicitation text and images for product shipping September, 2002.
Image comics announces that 'Masters of the Universe' mainstays like He-Man and Skeletor will be fighting their way to comics this November.
Last week DC Comics announced the return of Aquaman as an ongoing series and today DC has provided CBR News with a first look at the character.
Astonish Comics publisher Mike Kunkel brings you up to speed on what's happening with 'Herobear' the comic, 'Herobear' the movie, next month's crossover with PFP's 'Decoy,' plus an exclusive first look at images from upcoming projects and more.
New series writer Devin Grayson trades Gotham City for Bludhaven as she takes on 'Nightwing' beginning in July.
DC Comics has released solicitation text and images for product shipping September, 2002.
Humanoids Publishing announces a story by Geoff Johns with art by Team Red Star will appear in the second issue of "Metal Hurlant," coming this August.
Veteran comic artist Stephen DeStefano discusses his guest stint on DC's legion, the roots of his comics career back to ''Mazing Man' and the influences that have shaped his style.
Collins discusses the next big comic book summer film, 'Road to Perdition,' how 'Lone Wolf & Cub' played an influence, his thoughts on the film, why there isn't much mention of the film originating with comics and what's next for the author.
Writer Kurt Busiek announces a new project ... sort of.
Beginning this September DC's Catwoman gets a new look courtesy new series artist Cameron Stewart and we have a first look at artwork from this issue.
Oni Press' 'Jason & the Argobots' hits this August and Torres and Norton discuss the origin of the series and what you can expect. Plus, a 3 page preview of issue #1 and the cover to #2.
DC Comics has provided CBR News with a look at guest artist Stephen DeStefano's work on 'Legion #9.'
Series creator Christian Gossett discusses the future of 'The Red Star' and the challenges he and the team face in self-publishing the book through their own Archangel Studios. Plus, an exclusive look at artwork from 'The Red Star #9.'
Viz Comics editor Carl Horn talks with CBR News about the recently completed series 'Eagle,' which follows the political campaign of an Asian-American Presidential Candidate.
Groundbreaking 1960s title 'T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents' to be collected by DC Comics, Dynamo Statue coming in December.
DC/Vertigo announces original graphic novel coming from Dave ('Watchmen') Gibbons for 2003.
'Titans' series artist Barry Kitson talks about working on the book, his early influences, how he broke into the industry and what it's like providing art for a book that George Perez left an indelible mark on.
Diamond Comics Distributors releases top comic initial numbers for June, 2002 including Overall Market Share, Top 300 Comics and Top 50 Graphic Novels/TPB's.
'Spider-Man: Quality of Life' artist Scott Sava provides fans with a look at issue 2 of his completely computer generated comic.
Marvel Comics has released solicitation text and images for product shipping August, 2002.
'Powers' creator Brian Bendis talks about hitting the milestone issue #25 with a look back on the series, how it's changed over the years and what's coming next. Brian also addresses the rumor whether or not he's going exclusive with Marvel.
DC Comics has released solicitation text and images for product shipping August, 2002.
The solicitations text and images for product shipping from Image Comics this August.
'Spider-Man: Blue' artist Tim Sale talks about his work on the mini-series with Jeph Loeb, what most insterests him about Spider-Man and how he changes his art for each project. He even weighs in on who he thinks was the better love for Peter Parker, Gwen Stacy or Mary Jane Watson. Updated with cover of 'Spider-Man: Blue #4.'
Artist Seth Fisher has provided CBR News with a further look at issues 1 and 2 of the new DC/Vertigo series 'Vertigo Pop: Tokyo.'
The Marvel Comics adaptation continues to break records at movie theaters and the soundtrack makes an impressive debut its first week in release.
The popular 1980s animated series follows fellow animated friends "G.I. Joe" and "Transformers" to the printed page in a new series from WildStorm.
Larry Young shares with CBR a first look at a new original graphic novel coming late this year by Joe Casey and Scott Conn, 'Monolith.'
Real-life crusader and sometime presidential candidate Ralph Nader has joined the battle for the future of LPC Group, the independent book publisher that declared bankruptcy last month, and thus endangered the future of Top Shelf, Drawn and Quarterly and other prominent independent comics publishers.
A San Francisco comic shop owner has filed a class action suit against Marvel Comics, alleging the company's late comics and changes in creative teams has cost comic shop owners millions of dollars.
Rich Koslowski, creator of "The 3 Geeks," returns to comics with his magnum opus, "Three Fingers," the true Hollywood story of a very famous cartoon rodent. 10 page preview.
The latest comic adaptation to hit the big screen, 'Spider-Man,' tore it up in Hollywood by breaking records at the box office. Plus a comparison of Spidey's debut to other high-profile comic films. Updated 05-06-02
Writer Bruce Jones discusses Marvel's discusses Marvel unique new book, 'The Call,' with a first look at pencil art by artist Tom Mandrake.
In a first for CBR we bring you not only a four page preview of a comic, Oni Press' 'Pounded #2' but also an audio preview of five of the tracks from 'Pounded: The Official Comic Book Soundtrack.'
When Tom Beland calls his comic "True Story, Swear To God," he means it. Preview eight pages from the third issue of his "True Story, Swear to God: Moments" miniseries inside, featuring, yes, moments ripped from Beland's own life.