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Spider-Man loves Mary Jane Watson because…well, there's a very clear answer this February, as Tom Beland writers "Web Of Romance," part of the "I (Heart) Marvel" event. Beland spoke to CBR News about the tale and what it's like to live a dream.
Moon Knight was originally set to return to the Marvel U in a six-issue mini-series, but now the Fist of Khonsu bursts back onto the scene in an ongoing book this April. CBR News spoke with "Moon Knight" writer Charlie Huston for more details, plus we've got new, first look preview art.
This April, vampires will fear both the cross and the guy who hung from it when Jesus returns to battle the blood thirsty undead hordes that threaten humanity. This is the premise of the 48 page one-shot "Loaded Bible: Jesus vs. Vampires." CBR News spoke with writer Tim Seeley about the book
Starting with issue #42, the creative chores on "Wolverine" will be handled by writer Marc Guggenheim and fan-favorite artist Humberto Ramos, according to a press release issued by Marvel today. Updated
Updated: Artist Seth Fisher passed away yesterday and the comic community continues to react to the sad news.
Having already announced a forthcoming "Battlestar Galactica" series based on the current television show, Dynamite Entertainment today announced plans for a new comic based on the class series from the late '70s.
Writer/Artist Robert Walker has provided CBR News with four pages from "Delete" #3, scheduled to hit shops late February/early March from Digital Noixe.
Starting in "New Avengers #16," the New Universe's Kickers, Inc. are coming back for one last adventure. Writer Jeff Parker spoke to CBR News about the back-up tales and explained what's next for "Interman."
Artist George Pratt recently stopped by the CBR chat room to talk about his Eisner-award winning work on "Wolverine: Netsuke," working on "Enemy Ace: War Idyll," his love of the blues, and about flying over the Catskill Mountains in a bi-plane with Herb Trimpe and more.
Marvel Comics has released 6 page previews of February 22nd shipping titles "Storm" #1, "NextWave" #2 and "X-Men: Deadly Genesis" #4.
DC Comics has announced that "Infinite Crisis" #3 has sold out and a new printing is on the way, featuring a pencils-only version of the issue's cover by Jim Lee.
Legendary artist Frank Frazetta is seeing his "Death Dealer" series return to comics in a new six-part mini-series written by Steve Niles with art by Nat Jones.
With another sell-out of "Marvel Zombies," Robert Kirkman is proving skeptics wrong with his "Marvel Zombies" limited series. CBR News spoke with the scribe to learn about how this series will end and received some exclusive preview art.
Marvel's released the Bryan Hitch cover to "Amazing Spider-Man" #529, featuring that snazzy new costume and full "Civil War" trade dress. This issue lays the ground work for "Civil War," Marvel's 2006 event.
Image Comics has provided CBR News with five page previews of February 1st shipping titles "Bone Rest" #8, "The Intimidators" #2 and "PvP" #22.
Medieval fantasy gets a kick in the butt this March with "Medieval Death: War of the Winds" from Avatar Press. Hope, Wolf, Tvarus and the rest are back in a story that brings war to the Human and Eldritch Kingdoms. We caught up with Brian Pulido to learn more.
Dan Slott, one of the Ten Terrific at Marvel Comics, has a new indy comic seeing the light of day and he needs your help to make it a success. Slott also told CBR about plans for "She-Hulk," "Thing" and a new event in June.
Writer-artist Mike Hawthorne returns to his "Hysteria" series this March at Image Comics to tell the tale of a "One Man Gang." Come inside, if you can take it...
It must be licensed comic week as Seven Seas Entertainment announces an agreement to release an all-new, five-issue "Speed Racer" mini-series beginning in July of 2006.
When a psychiatrist takes a job at an insane asylum, little does he know that the keys to saving humanity reside within. This is the premise behind "Elsinore," a nine-issue series that moves to Devil's Due Publishing with March's issue #4. CBR News spoke with writer Ken Lillie-Paetz about the series.
DC Comics has announced that their weekly series "52" will sport a cover price of $2.50 per issue. Special retailer incentive programs accompany the premiere.
Marvel Comics held a press conference today about the upcoming wedding between Black Panther & Storm. "Black Panther" writer Reginald Hudlin, "Storm" writer Eric Jerome Dickey and others were in attendance. We have a full transcript as well as preview art.
Five years ago, Brian Michael Bendis began his run on "Daredevil" with artist Alex Maleev. Today, their acclaimed run comes to an end with issue #81. CBR News spoke with Bendis for some final thoughts on chronicling the adventures of the Man Without Fear.
Devil's Due Publishing announced today that they've acquired the license to the popular TV show "Family Guy" and will publish comics based on the property beginning in April.
It's a day of licensing announcements as Dynamite Entertainment gets in the mix, announcing they've acquired the rights to publish comics based on the "Xena" television series.
Times, they are a changing, and with that comes the new "X-Men" writer, Mike Carey. CBR News spoke with the scribe to learn about what he has planned for the series and more.
From Abraxas to Arnim Zola: Christiansen talks "All New Official Handbook to the Marvel Universe A to Z"
The Marvel U is a huge place that can be difficult to learn about, but the "All New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A to Z" will help change that. We spoke with head writer Jeff Christiansen about the Handbook, the first issue of which hit stores today.
The title character of the four-issue Image Comics mini-series "Retro Rocket" is feeling like an obsolete piece of junk, but when an alien army invades Earth the archaic Man-Mech may be mankind's last hope. CBR News spoke with writer Tony Bedard about the action packed scifi series.
This Wednesday sees the release "Sea of Red" #8 by writers Rick Remender & Kieron Dwyer, featuring art by Paul Harmon ("Mora"). We've got a seven-page preview for your viewing pleasure.
DC Comics has signed another artist to an exclusive contract, this time it's the artist of the WildStorm series "Majestic," Neil Googe.
Marvel Comics has provided CBR News with a four-page preview of "Moon Knight" #1, set to ship in April. The series is written by novelist Charlie Huston, with art by David Finch.
The previews keep on coming today as DC Comics has released multi-page previews of titles shipping this April including "Ion" #1, "Man-Bat" #1, "Skye Runner" #1 and "Bite Club: Vampire Crime Unit" #1.
This May sees creators Benito Cereno and Nat Bellegarde's Hector Plasm breakout of the back-up feature world into their own one-shot with "Hector Plasm: De Mortuis" from Image Comics. We sat down with both men to learn more about this liaison between the living and the dead.
The Robert Kirkman penned "Marvel Zombies" #1 has sold out at Marvel and the publisher has announced a second printing is to come sporting a variant cover which pays tribute to a classic Spidey comic.
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.