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DC Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping in July of 2005.
Top Cow has announced that artist Tyler Kirkham ("Darkness/ Superman," "Strykeforce") has signed a three-year exclusivity contract with Top Cow Publishing.
In the Battle of the Bulge American forces had to contend with a surprise German onslaught and arctic like temperatures. In Image's "Common Foe," those same soldiers find themselves hunted by something ancient, evil, and ravenous. CBR News spoke with co-writer Shannon Denton for the latest.
This July sees the release of a new five-issue sci-fi series "The Surrogates." Written by newcomer Robert Venditti with art by Brett Weldele, this marks Top Shelf's first comics series. We spoke with the creators and Publisher Chris Staros to learn more about the series Staros says has great mainstream appeal.
This last weekend saw a comic convention come to the city of Kansas. CBR's own Seth Jones attended the Kansas City Planet Comicon and shared some photos from his trip.
Late this year sees the release of writer/director Darren Aronofsky's "The Fountain." This August, DC/Vertigo will release a graphic novel version by artist Kent Williams. During a recent set visit, CBR News spoke with Aronofsky and his writing partner Ari Handel about the upcoming graphic novel.
This June sees the release of Rick Remender and Eric Nguyen's "Strange Girl" from Image Comics. We caught up with both creators to get an update on the series, as well as a look at art from issue #1 & #2.
Marvel Comics has provided CBR News with six-pages from this month's "Spectacular Spider-Man" #27, the final issue of the series which also wraps up Paul Jenkins' five years as a Spider-Man writer.
DC Comics announced that Grant Morrison and J.H. Williams' "Seven Soldiers" #0 has sold out and will get a second printing with a variant version cover.
Manga publisher Viz and anime and product licensor ShoPro Entertainment have announced the completion of their merger, with the new company now called Viz Media, LLC.
Some fans think with the revelations in "Countdown to Infinite Crisis" and "Identity Crisis" that DC has something against Keith Giffen and J.M. DeMatteis' version of the Justice League. CBR News spoke with Giffen who said that's just not the case.
Writer Grant Morrison held court at Meltdown Comics in Hollywood, California Thursday night and we've got the highlights and pictures from the event, plus the answer to the question "In the inevitable kaos war between you and Alan Moore, who do you think's gonna come out on top?"
Writer Akira Yoshida is quickly becoming one of Marvel's most prolific writers. We sat down with the writer and took a look at his work so far, plus current and upcoming projects like "X-Men: Agoe of Apocalypse, "Kitty Pryde: Shadow & Flame" and a preview of "Wolverine: Soultaker" #2.
The BBC has discovered an ad on the US Federal Business Opportunity Web site inviting applications to develop a comic book aimed at reaching the youth in the Middle East.
DC Comics has announced that "Countdown to Infinite Crisis," which shipped to comics shops today, has sold out and a second printing is being rushed with a new cover. (Spoilers inside)
This June sees the return of Hellboy to comics in the new mini-series "Hellboy: The Island." CBR News caught up with creator Mike Mignola who updated us on the comic as well as the upcoming sequel to the film and more.
Image Comics and Paul Harmon have provided CBR News with a six-page preview of the April 6th shipping title "Mora" #2.
As if being a teenager wasn't trouble enough Carmilla Black has to deal with guilt over her adopted parents' death, the effects of an unwanted super power and her megalomaniac birth mother. Black AKA The Scorpion is the star of a new arc of Marvel's "Amazing Fantasy." CBR News spoke with writer Fred Van Lente about the book. Includes an 11-page preview of #7.
The Image Comics series "Rex Mundi" returns later this year with new artist Jim Di Bartolo joining the crew on issue #14. CBR News caught up with Di Bartolo and series writer Arvid Nelson to discuss what's next.
This May the long war between G.I. Joe and Cobra comes to a conclusion, to be followed by "G.I. Joe: America's Elite," a new ongoing series from Devils Due. CBR News got an intelligence briefing from "G.I. Joe" editor Mark Powers on all things Joe, plus a whole transports worth of preview art.
Marvel Comics has provided CBR News with 6-pages of preview art from the April debuting mini-series "Toxin" #1 by Peter Milligan and Darick Robertson.
IDW Publishing has provided CBR News with a five-page lettered preview of the May debuting series "American Freakshow," written by Steve Niles with art by Chee.
Creator Frank Cho goes from good girl art to tearing people apart with April's "Zombie King" from Image Comics. CBR News spoke with Cho about the series and got a look at some preview art.
This May sees the entrance into comics of New Line Cinema's horror films "Friday the 13th," "Nightmare on Elm Street" and "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre." CBR News spoke with creators Brian Pulido, Jacen Burrows, Juan Jose Ryp, Mike Wolfer and Avatar Press EiC William Christensen to learn more about these books.
Christopher Long, the writer of IDW's "Easy Way," went to Wizard World LA this past weekend for the first time as a professional. We asked him to share a bit of the experience he had.
With the first issue of Marvel's "Spellbinders" on the stands today, we caught up with series writer Mike Carey to learn more about the book and to get a preview of what's the come in issue #2.
This May, the fuse lit in DC Comics' "Adam Strange" erupts a cosmic powder keg in "The Rann/Thanagar War" which stars a host of DC's science fiction characters. CBR News spoke With writer Dave Gibbons for a battlefield report and his feelings on the upcoming film version of "Watchmen."
Announced this past weekend, the Wizard World LA convention will be moving from Long Beach to Downtown LA in 2006. CBR News takes a look at the cases for both Long Beach and Los Angeles, what this means for retailers and why running a show in LA isn't easy.
Elevation Partners, which counts U2 lead-man Bono among its partners, has made a bid for troubled video game publisher Eidos. Eidos, known for their "Tomb Raider" line of games, is a stake holder in Top Cow Productions, publishers of "Hunter-Killer," "Witchblade" and "The Darkness."
DC announced today that the upcoming reprintings of their hit series "Identity Crisis" will feature specially recolored covers with a red background for each image.
Walking over the greener pastures in Top Cow's future with Marc Silvestri, Matt Hawkins, Renae Geerlings, Mark Waid, Ron Marz, Tyler Kirkham and Mike Choi, ranging from plans for "Rising Stars," many new concepts, the Hollywood connection, and what Marc Silvestri and Mark Waid think of working with each other.
This June, Superman and Lois Lane travel to a city filled with fantastic creations, monsters, magic and a possible connection to the planet Krypton. Mike Kennedy and Carlos Meglia recount Lois and Clark's adventures in "Superman: Infinite City." CBR News spoke to Kennedy about the book.
Saturday at Wizard World LA, DC talked about upcoming plans featuring the Man of Steel, as discussed by Eddie Berganza, Greg Rucka, Grant Morrison, Gail Simone, Jeph Loeb, Mark Verheiden and Karl Kerschl, with topics ranging from where the Girl of Steel resides to the vast number of pages completed by Frank Quitely.
Trying to learn what's in store for the House of Ideas, when the name of the game is playing it close to the vest, and learning about Marvel's return to 7-11s, more painted tell-all books a la "Origins," watching an editor get stumped again and again, and coping with technical difficulties .
An overwhelming deluge of DCU data including all the fallout from "Countdown," all the madness of "Seven Soldiers of Victory," all the old school fun of "All-Star Batman," all the imagination of "All-Star Superman," all the power of "First "Thunder" and -- because somebody demanded it -- the return of Detective Chimp! Plus, the dream of a Green Lantern Central Power Battery made entirely of Legos.
A raucous round of Q & A with the comics friendly director, bouncing from T & A, to other bodily functions, malfunctions, dysfunctions, and many other happy topics.
Wildstorm unveils "The Wraithborn," a story of a young girl inheriting powers she wasn't supposed to get, and her protector - the intended heir to the power.
It wasn't quite "West Side Story" when representatives of the two DC imprints sat down on opposite sides of a table in Long Beach, but we did get lots of exciting announcements about much Moore from Alan, a new title from "Magdalena" alums, Harvey Pekar beating people down in the streets, two new Absolute slicovers, fun with "Fables," gearing up with "Ex Machina" and more.
The Wizard World convention is now over, so we present the final batch of pictures from the convention floor. Not so many costumed folk this day, but we do our best with the material we're given.
A rambling chat with Marvel's "EEK" held little back, from crossing Ultimate with Regular Marvel U, the secret behind Millar and Bendis' success, a really big character coming to the Ultimate universe, heading back in time to 1602, more creator-owned work, tons of Warren Ellis, tons of new characters, transitions for "District X" and "Captain America and Falcon" and much more.