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This February, Spider-Man must be both a crime fighter and animal wrangler in the five part "Feral" story line that begins in the newly titled "Sensational Spider-Man" #23. CBR News spoke with new "Sensational Spider-Man" writer Roberto Aguirre- Sacasa about his tale of urban terror.
Series writer Rick Remender and Image Comics have provided CBR News with a seven page preview of the February 1st shipping title "Strange Girl" #6.
Diamond has released industry statistic for the entirety of 2005 showing the top selling comics (#1: "All Star Batman & Robin" #1), graphic novels (#1: "Sin City" Vol. 1) and manga (#1: "Fullmetal Alchemist" Vol. 1), as well as which company had the largest market share in 2005.
Diamond Comics has released the Gold and Silver Sponsor titles that will be distributed on Free Comic Book Day 2006, set to take place on Saturday, May 6th.
When Image Comics first laucnhed, Jim Valentino joined those ranks with his creator owned "ShadowHawk." After letting other artists and writers play with the character a bit, Valentino retuns to the character he created.
UPDATED 7:15 PM PST - Marvel Comics held a press conference today with Joss Whedon to discuss his return to "Astonishing X-Men." We've got the full transcript of Joss Whedon and Editor Mike Marts's chat with the assembled press.
CBR News caught up with writer Bruce Jones to talk about his plans for the new "Warlord" and what readers can expect from his One Year Later "Nightwing."
Marvel comics has released preview pages from "X-Men" #182, which features the return of one of the X-Men's greatest foes, Apocalypse. Plus, the cover to "X-Men" #185.
A ragtag group of American soldiers stumble upon a Nazi superweapon and the Nazi's don't want the American brass out. We chatted with Shannon Eric Denton & Keith Giffen who're handling the writing chores on "Grunts" from Arcana Studios.
This February, in "G.I. Joe: Special Missions: Manhattan" from Devil's Due, readers will learn what happens when a crisis arises and the regular G.I. Joe team is too busy to tackle it. CBR News spoke with the writers involved, B. Clay Moore and Mike O'Sullivan
Marvel Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping April, 2006.
DC Comics has announced that veteran artist Dan Jurgens has signed an exclusive contract with the company. Plus, other DC news including Ian Churchill's "Aquaman: Sword of Atlantis" #40 variant cover, the colored cover for Van Sciver's "Green Lantern" #9 variant and more.
DC Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping in April of 2006.
One of the true success stories in independent comics, Dave Sim made a name for himself with "Cerebus" and makes his return to comics with "Gun Fu." CBR News spoke exclusively with the creator, who explained why he came back and what's next.
Image Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping April, 2006.
Diamond has released the top comic numbers based on actual sales for product shipped in December, 2005, including Market Share, Top 300 Comics, Top 100 Graphic Novels/TPB's and Top 50 Manga. DC's "Infinite Crisis" #3 leads the pack this month, with Marvel leading all publishers in sales.
CBR Alumni Rob Worley spoke exclusively with CBR News about his new book at Narwain, "Tales of a Forgotten Planet," which sees him teaming with popular artist Andy Kuhn. Includes exclusive preview art.
Tom Beland, the creator of "True Story, Swear to God," recently stopped by the CBR Chat Room to discuss his comic, his recent Marvel work, the Spidey bowl, the Thor Helmet, his lightsaber, and other unmentionables. Check out the transcript to see how it all ties together!
One of the most respected authors in the world, Deepak Chopra is now bringing his unique vision to comic books, with Virgin Comics. CBR News spoke exclusively with the renowned self-help guru, who revealed the upcoming projects from Virgin.
Image Comics has provided CBR News with previews of their comics shipping January 18th including "Girls" #9, "Rex Mundi" #16 and "Season of the Witch" #3.
Marvel Comics' rich universe has always been home to some shady players and with "Underworld," we'll see what it's like to be a villain in a world with the Avengers & more. Writer Frank Tieri spoke to CBR News about the book and provided exclusive preview art.
With Valentines Day coming up soon and the prices of roses about to explode, Marvel Comics has a different way for you to feel the love. CBR News spoke with editor Aubrey Sitterson about the "I Heart Marvel" event in February. Includes preview art.
With a quick sell-out of issue #0, "HyperActives" is already a small-press success. The rest of the initial mini-series promises even more thrills, according to co-creator and artist Clint Hilinksi, who spoke to CBR News and provided exclusive preview art.
Marvel Comics promised a new costume for Spider-Man after the "Other" event and it seems that the change may be more radical than expected. A newly released image hints at what may be the new uniform for, arguably, the world's most popular super-hero.
Updated with art! Rumored for weeks, official confirmation came today that the popular Canadian television show "Degrassi" will be getting the graphic novel treatment with writer J. Torres and artist Ed Northcott.
DC Comics has provided CBR News with a look at the Ethan Van Sciver's variant cover to "Green Lantern" #9, in stores next month.
Come inside and learn the true history of the Jewish Mafia and Murder Incorporated as told by writer Neil Kleid and artist Jake Allen in "Brownsville," from NBM Publishing. These guys make the Sopranos look like a bunch of wimps.
The announcement of Virgin Comics came as a surprise to many, who see this high powered deal as a chance for greater exposure of the comic book medium. CBR spoke with chief architect Gotham Chopra to learn more. Includes loads of preview art.
Speakeasy Comics has announced a forthcoming comic book series from actress Rosario Dawson, whom comic book fans will undoubtedly remember from the film "Sin City."
Sir Richard Branson, the man responsible for the successful Virgin companies, has joined with Deepak Chopra, filmmaker Shekhar Kapur and Gotham Entertainment to form Virgin Comics and Animation. Their first offering will see release mid-year with Director John Woo attached.
Marvel Comics has provided CBR News with a preview of Frank Tieri & Staz Johnson's "Underworld" #1, as well as pages from "Wolverine" #38 and "Spider-Man Loves Mary Jane" #2.
Marvel Comics has been touting their new "Nextwave" series and with positive response thus far, Marvel may have another hit ont heir hands. CBR News caught up with series editor Nick Lowe to learn more. Includes an exclusive first look at pages from issue #2.
This Spring, the Silver Surfer will face a number of immensely powerful threats that will lead to sweeping changes for the character. CBR News spoke with Keith Giffen, the writer of the four-issue "Silver Surfer" limited series that ties into Marvel's "Annihilation," about the character and what he has in store for him.
This February, writer J.C. Vaughn brings the story of two female private investigators from very different walks of life to comics in "Crime Scenes: A McCandless & Company Reader" from Century Comics.
Updated With New Art & Creative Team Information. To ring in the new year, Marvel Comics has announced a second ongoing "Wolverine" series, entitled "Wolverine: Origins," which promises to reveal more about the past of everyone's favorite Canuck.
When it comes to mysterious monsters, few know them better than "Lost" writer Javier Grillo-Marxuach, who makes his Marvel debut with "Super-Skrull." CBR News caught up with the writer to learn more about his role in Marvel's "Annihilation" event and plans for "Lost."
"The Maxx" and "Batman: Secrets" creator Sam Kieth has signed an exclusive agreement with DC Comics, according to a release issued by the publisher today.
In part two of our in depth discussion with Mike Carey, the British scribe tells readers about his new line of novels, his upcoming film along with a major casting announcement, another Ultimate series he's lined up at Marvel and much more.
No movie going experience is complete without the coming attractions. In March, 2006 Tim Seeley keeps that in mind with "Hack/Slash: Trailers." CBR News spoke with Seeley about the book, which places slasher hunters Cassie Hack and Vlad in a number of wild and wacky situations.
Since his acclaimed launch of the "Lucifer" series at Vertigo, Mike Carey's star has been rising not only in the comic book industry, but in a number of creative media. In Part One of a Two Part interview, Carey spoke frankly about his time in comics and what his plans are with Marvel Comics.