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If you like your maniacs homicidal with machete, then February's epic showdown "Jason vs. Jason X" is the one for you. The series pits the original Jason against "Uber-Jason" and series artist/writer Mike Wolfer discussed the bloody specifics with CBR News.
With the new JLU action figures including a copy of the "Justice League Unlimited Comic," writer Adam Beechen might be the most read creator in comics. CBR News caught up with Beechen to learn about the series and how he feels about working with the most famous group of super heroes.
Marvel Comics has released five pages from December's "House of M" #1 by writer David Hine and penciller Roy Allan Martinez.
Image Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping February, 2006.
A couple of weeks back, writer Will Pfeifer stopped by the CBR chat room to talk with his fans. If you missed the chat, you missed (in Will's own words), "a discussion of how to pronounce my name, Jerry Lewis, Jimmy Olsen, Black Lois Lane and Catwoman's breasts. No kidding." No kidding, indeed!
Todd Livingston & Speakeasy Comics has provided CBR News with fourteen pages from Next Wednesday's "The Living & The Dead" by Livingston, Tinnell and Micah Farritor.
This January, Marvel brings back two of its coolest women characters in a four-issue miniseries. CBR News spoke with Justin Gray and Jimmy Palmiotti about how these heroines were selected for a revamp and what kind of craziness readers can expect.
Thomas Jane & Image Comics have provided CBR News with the first five finished pages from "Bad Planet" #1, set to ship to comic shops on December 14th.
This December, readers will be transported to Earth 717, a world defended by costumed champions who may have familiar names and abilities, but they have wildly different pasts. Earth 717 is the setting for Marvel Comics "What If?" event this December. CBR News spoke to editor Mark Paniccia about the event and shared loads of preview art.
Image Comics has provided CBR News with a four page preview from next Wednesday's "Fell" #3 by Warren Ellis and Ben Templesmith.
This December sees the release of the highly anticipated "King Kong" from director Peter Jackson. December also sees the release of the comics adaptation from Dark Horse Comics. Series writer Christian Gossett-- who also worked on the film-- sat down with CBR News to talk about bringing Kong to comics.
UPDATED Thursday afternoon Marvel held a press conference attended by Marvel Editor In Chief Joe Quesada and a host of Marvel staffers, plus Damon Lindelof, co-creator and Executive Producer of the hit TV series "Lost" and writer of the upcoming "Ultimate Wolverine Vs. Hulk." We've got a transcript of the highlights for you and new art.
During a time of war, America's greatest hero raises his shield to strike a blow for liberty. This may sound familiar, but it's not the war you're expecting. "What If Captain America Fought In the Civil War?" is just one of the one-shots that comprise Marvel Comics "What If?" event in December. CBR News spoke with writer Tony Bedard about the one-shot.
With the final issue of the "Hero Squared" mini shipping today comes word that a new ongoing series will launch in March of 2006. But that comes after "Planetary Brigade," which tells a story of Captain Valor's past. CBR News sat down with the writing team of Giffen & DeMatteis to learn more about their plans.
Marvel Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping February, 2006.
Next February sees Swedish creator Peter Bergting make a grand entrance in the American comics market with the Image Comics series "The Portent," which takes place in a romanticized norse country where something awful has occurred.
Marvel today released new information on the upcoming "Planet Hulk" event, with preview pages and details from "Incredible Hulk" #92.
A few short weeks ago the latest Wizard World convention hit Dallas, Texas. Writer Dan Wickline and Artist Tone Rodriguez drove from Los Angeles to Dallas to visit the show and Dan dropped by with a huge number of photos and a write-up of his road/con trip.
DC Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping in February of 2006.
A little while back we here at CBR hosted a chat with Alex Robinson, author of the acclaimed graphic novels "Box Office Poison" and "Tricked." In this lengthy and fascinating chat, Robinson talked about both series, the influences on the characters, the possibility of working for DC or Marvel and much more.
Diamond has released the top comic numbers based on actual sales for product shipped in October, 2005, including Market Share, Top 300 Comics, Top 100 Graphic Novels/TPB's and Top 50 Manga. DC's "Infinite Crisis" #1 leads the pack this month.
Tony Salvaggio, Jason Henderson and Shane Granger spoke with CBR News about their new Tokyopop book "Psy-Comm," which hit shelves this week and promises to be different from your typical American manga.
Image Comics has provided CBR News with previews of "Gødland" #5, "PvP" #20, "Amazing Joy Buzzards" Vol. 2 #2 & "Waterloo Sunset" #4, all shipping next Wednesday.
CBR News caught up with writer Devin Grayson to discuss the current direction of the series which finds Dick in a "Donnie Brasco" type story. What's it mean for the character? How does it all dovetail into "Infinite Crisis?" And how much longer will the writer be on the title? Come on inside to find out.
DC Comics has released a four page preview of "Day of Vengeance: Infinite Crisis Special" #1, due in stores January 4th, 2006
America is in the grips of a second Civil War. Armed Militia members clash with US soldiers and one of America's greatest cities is a war ravaged no-man's land. This is the premise of "DMZ," a new ongoing series beginning today from Vertigo by Brian Wood and Riccardo Burchielli. CBR News recently spoke with both creators about the series.
Top Shelf has provided CBR News with five exclusive pages from this month's "The Surrogates" #3 by Robert Venditti and Brett Weldele.
A new era begins for Marvel's "Iron Man" in 2006 when Daniel Knauf, creator of the HBO show "Carnivale," and his son Charles take over as the new writers of "Iron Man." CBR News spoke with Daniel Knauf about his views on the character and what readers can expect from his run.
Buffy fans were excited to learn today that Joss Whedon will bring the eighth season of the series to comics. Plus, news on "Wonder Woman," "Astonishing X-Men" and more.
As if Tuesday's set of Marvel Previews weren't enough to satisfy your needs, Marvel's released anothe set of previews today, including pages from "Black Panther" #10, "GLX-Mas Special," "The Marvel Holiday Special" and additional pages from "Wolverine" #36.
Deadly nightmares and deranged plastic playthings await Cassie Hack and Vlad in their latest adventure, the three issue mini-series "Hack/Slash: Land of Lost Toys." CBR News spoke with the man in charge of animating the homicidal toys, series artist Dave Crosland.
Updated Marvel's released another set of previews, bringing readers a total of four today: "Giant-Size Invaders" #2, "Captain Universe/Silver Surfer," "Hulk" #89" and "Generation M" #1, all on sale at the end of this month.
It started as a Web comic, but now the real world of comics are treated to an appearance by the humor filled series "Butternutsquash" from Speakeasy Comics. Creators Ramon Perez and Rob Coughler sat down with CBR News to discuss the series.
The New York Times has revealed today that writer Brad Meltzer has signed an exclusive contract with DC Comics.
This January, Warren Ellis returns to the world of horror comics with the three-issue series "Blackgas" from Avatar Press. We sat down for a chat with Ellis to see what his plans are young Tyler & Soo, who are trapped on an island where the local citizens have all turned into zombies. Updated with additional cover images.
Following "House of M," life for mutants in the Marvel U became much more frightening. As part of the "Decimation" story line, David Hine brings two perspectives to the Post "House of M" world. In "Son of M," readers see the world through the eyes of a single mutant, while "X-Men: The 198" shows readers the world through a group perspective.
Aron Lusen may be better known as part of the coloring studio Liquid!, but later this month you'll know him better as the creator of "Dead Samurai." With dynamic visuals, Lusen tells the story of one former Samurai who returns home only to find the local samurai showing up dead.
Who's the traitor in "Ultimates 2?" Marvel Comics has released a preview from issue #9 that should stir your imagination a bit.
What would happen were you to take a hero pulled straight from the '60s and place him alongside a team of super-heroes from the 21st century? Jim Valentino & Neil Kleid explore just that scenario in the upcoming "The Intimidators" from Image Comics.
This January sees the release of "Dimona3," an anthology comic from the Dimona Comix Group in Israel. Dimona's provided CBR News with a five page preview by creator Guy Morad.