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CBR News has learned that DC Comics has plans to revisit the Justice League of the '80s with a new mini-series by Keith Giffen, J.M. DeMatteis and Kevin Maguire titled "Formerly Known As The Justice League."
In the second part of our interview with 'Dungeons & Dragons' scribe Jeff Limke the writer discusses his thoughts on the industry, how hard it is to break in and learning from your early mistakes.
Top Shelf's Chris Staros announces that the publisher has been bolstered by the efforts of the online community and gives a warm thank you.
Limke spoke at length with CBR News about 'D&D' as a comic book, his own perspective on the industry, breaking in and much more in the first part of a two part interview.
LPC Group, indie book distributor, files for bankruptcy protection. Publishers dramatically affected
The largest distributor of indie comics to bookstores has filed for Chapter 11 and a large number of comic publishers are dramatically affected. One publisher, Top Shelf Productions, is asking for your help. Click to learn more how this affects you and this industry. Updated 4/4 1:43 AM PST Top Shelf's Staros updates CBR News on early response. Dark Horse Comics, CrossGen, Humanoids, Oni Press responds.
Marvel COO & President Bill Jemas and EIC Joe Quesada have a new book coming out that chronicles their first year together, giving fans an inside look at the company. In this Real Audio interview Bill and Joe discuss the book, what fans can expect to read, their ups and downs in 2001 and some plans for the future of the company. Plus, Joe goes off on Bill, but you'll have to listen to know about what. UPDATED For those unable to listen, the transcript is now available. Just click to read.
Diamond Comics Distributors releases top comic numbers for April, 2002 including Overall Market Share, Top 300 Comics and Top 50 Graphic Novels/TPB's.
Christian Gossett gives fans a behind the scenes look at the latest story arc coming from Team Red Star with detailed story and art analysis.
The man behind Slave Labor Graphics' 'Slow News Day' talks about the book, shares some thoughts on the industry and being called a girl.
Series writer Dan Jolley talks about what you can expect from this new mini-series that tells the story of a slice of his life, yet opens Victor Creed up much more. Plus a four page preview of issue #1.
Kolins talks with CBR about working on DC's Scarlet Speedster, why he's doing 'The Thing' for Marvel, shares some insight into his panel design and reveals who the 'Flash' cover artist will be shortly.
Real Audio Interview The creator of the Image Comics title "Fused!" and co-writer of "Spawn 2" talks at length with CBR about comics and his inspirations. What is "Spawn 2" about? How do you avoid making a bad sequel? What's happening with "Hellspawn" and how did the Miracleman issue affect him? What is "Savage Membrane?" Steve answers all this and more. Read the transcript or listen in Real Audio.
A big weekend for comics in Hollywood, with 'Blade 2' taking the top spot at the box office, Alex Ross' artwork is seen by billions and Daniel Clowes' 'Ghost World' narrowly misses grabbing an Oscar.
Reno, Nevada man was arrested Friday, March 22 after he threatened to blow up a comic shop he suspected of selling comics stolen from him.
As he approaches the age of 80 Stan Lee shows no signs of slowing down. Lee talks about bringing his 'Just Imagine' series for DC Comics to a close, what he's cooking with Pamela Anderson, the 'Spider-Man' film and what's up next.
David Mack shares the skinny on what's upcoming from the 'Kabuki' universe, how things are coming on the Marvel comics mini-series 'Echo,' plus some notes about an upcoming project of a personal nature.
Oni Press editor Jamie Rich and artist Lawrence Marvit give us a look at the latest spin-off from Mike Allred's 'The Atomics,' 'Spaceman.' Find out what makes this book unique and sets it apart from previous 'Madman' projects.
Writer Steve Niles gives CBR News an exclusive first look at his new horror series with artist Ben Templesmith '30 Days of Night,' about a small town in Alaska where the sun doesn't shine for 30 days each year and a terrible evil is unleashed.
Updates to the FCBD Web site reveal almost 2 million comics will be made available for the event.
Diamond Comics Distributors releases top comic numbers for March, 2002.
Legendary comic creator Joe Simon's bid for the Captain America copyright has ended, with Marvel Comics retaining the copyright.
"Captain Marvel" writer Peter David gets into a very public dispute via open letters with Marvel Comics Editor in Chief Joe Quesada over the company's decision to raise the book's price 25 cents.
Artist Eric Canete discusses his new project with Warren Ellis 'MEK,' coming from Wildstorm and some thoughts on his 'Cybernary' run.
The writing team behind DC's surprise hit "The Legion" talk about what they're doing with the franchise and where it's going next.
Image Comics details the return of the series, release dates for the collections and a preview of issue #13.
Comics creator Paul Pope talks at length about his upcoming DC/Vertigo project '100%," with a look at the cover, plus updates on his own "THB" and Pope believes comics must be destroyed in order to survive. UPDATED with a two page preview of "100% #1."
CBR's Michael Thomas sits down with Bat-editor Bob Schreck to talk about, well, pretty much everything! A look at the road traveled by Schreck to get him here and the life he lived along the way, the current status of the Bat books, 'Green Lantern' and 'Green Arrow,' why he always edits and never writes, plus much more.
Douglas Barre talks about the Image comic 'Defiance' and reveals the rather unique production process for the first issue.
'Superman: Man of Steel' writer Mark Schultz talks Superman, how he approaches his title vs. the other Super-writers, the current state of the industry and what's next.
A lengthy discussion by Arune Singh with Geoff Johns, Joe Quesada, Jeph Loeb and Phil Jimenez about the Internet's impact on comics and how the Web will contribute to the future of the medium. Four very different people with a variety of opinions on what the on-line world brings to the industry.
Writer/Artist Scott Morse discusses his upcoming Marvel Knights mini-series 'Elektra: Glimpse and Echo.' UPDATED with additional artwork from Morse.
Best Writer nominee Mark Waid requests his name be withdrawn from Harvey Award consideration for his work on CrossGen's 'Ruse.' UPDATED 03/11/02 8:20 PM PST with response from CrossGen and further response from Waid.
'The Legion' artist Olivier Coipel shares his enthusiasm for the characters in the Legion universe, talks about how he broke in, meeting deadlines plus a sketch of Legion member M'onel exclusively for this interview.
Marvel editor Stuart Moore has announced that the upcoming 'Night Nurse' has been shelved. Simone responds to the decision.
Walt Simonson talks about the end of Orion, reflects on his time spent on the book, how he feels about the cancellation of the book and what he's up to next. Plus a three-page color-preview of issue #24.
Industry awards recognizing the best from 2001 announced. '100 Bullets,' 'Ruse' and 'Eightball' among nominees.
Tying in with the "Spider-Man" feature film in May, TV Guide will feature the web-sligner on its cover with artwork by John Romita Jr. and Sr., Mark Bagley and Alex Ross.
StarWars.com unveils the painted covers by artist Tsuneo Sanda for the upcoming comic adaptation.
Pages from the DC Comics oversized book now up for auction on the Web to benefit the Twin Towers fund.
Incoming 'Fantastic Four' writer Mark Waid discusses landing the FF gig and how he's approaching this book, the future of 'Ruse' and what's up next for the writer.