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Chaos and action will erupt on a global scale this July as the 12-part "World War III" storyline begins in "G.I. Joe: America's Elite" #25. We spoke with writer Mark Powers and Editor Mike O'Sullivan.
In stores Wednesday, "Simpson's Comics" #131 gives readers a glimpse of what the Simpson's would look like in other countries. We've got a preview of one of the most surreal "Simpsons Comics" ever.
Rockers Coheed and Cambria's story-driven albums have spun-off into their own comics, "The Amory Wars." Frontman Claudio Sanchez discussed the series with fans in Philadelphia.
Comics legends Jim Steranko and Carmine Infantino sat down to talk to fans about their lengthy careers; Infantino on reinventing Batman, Steranko's groundbreaking work on "S.H.I.E.L.D." and more.
The agreement will position DC Comics as the worldwide English language print and digital publisher of titles created by Flex Comix.
DC Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics shipping September, 2007 and we've got the full listing for ya.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR brings you advance looks at some of the publisher's most anticipated titles shipping this week, including "X-Men: Endangered Species" #1.
Image Comics has provided CBR News with looks at this Wednesday's shipping books "Alien Pig Farm 3000" #3, "Invincible" #43, "Phonogram" Vol. 1, "Repo" #1, "Strongarm" #4 and "True Story, Swear To God" #6.
Joe Quesada and crew sat down to talk with fans at Wizard World Philly about a number of new items, including "House of M: Avengers," "Messiah Complex," Peter David on "She-Hulk" and much more.
More DC News to come from philly, with Dwayne McDuffie writing "Justice League of America," more on Waid's return to "The Flash" and more.
Later today we'll have a full report from the Avengers panel, but for now check out this gallery of images Marvel Comics is previewing today in Philadelphia.
Marvel's given us an advance look at the September, 2007 X-Men related titles which includes looks at "X-Men: Emperor Vulcan" #1, Marc Guggenheim's "Wolverine" and more.
DC Comics' Bob Wayne met with WildStorm fans in Philadelphia today to discuss upcoming projects from the DC imprint and give updates on the status of "Wildcats" and "The Authority." UPDATED!
Designing a face for Roland, filling in the blanks in the Gunslinger's world and sorting out the identity of Martin Broadcloak were all on the agenda at the Dark Tower panel at HeroesCon.
This week's most talked about team was the focus of a panel in Philadelphia today, with Marvel's Avengers creators meeting to answer fans' questions and preview new art.
Robert sits down with Joshua Ortega to discuss the surprise hit series of the year, "Death Dealer," as well as what the future holds for "Necromancer" and the coming trade paperback collection.
Marvel Comics held a panel to discuss the forthcoming Spider-Man event, "One More Day," which promises to permanently change the Spider status quo. CBR News has a full report.
DC Comics hosted a special "Countdown" panel in Philadelphia this weekend, and CBR News has a full report on all the new announcements.
Cassie Sandsmark goes solo in her first mini-series, "Wonder Girl: Champion." Writer J. Torres talks to CBR News about Wonder Girl; where she's been, where she is and where she's going.
A new character is introduced in week #46 of DC's "Countdown" series. Justin and Brian are here with all the details from this week's issue, plus some clues as to who Forerunner may be.
"Ghost Rider" creative team Daniel Way, Javier Saltares and Mark Texeira stopped by HeroesCon to talk about why they think the Rider's so cool.
Mix the Hulk, Witchblade, Dr. Strange, the Darkness and Ghost Rider and what do you get? Find out as CBR talks with writer Ron Marz and previews exclusive "Unholy Union" pages.
This September, a new era for Marvel Comics' Jade Giantess begins as Peter David takes over as the new writer of "She-Hulk." CBR News spoke with David about the book.
The X-Men titles have been rocked by numerous big events, but this October promises to be one of the biggest - "Messiah Complex." We spoke with Editor Nick Lowe about the epic storyline.
Brian Michael Bendis took time Saturday morning at Wizard World Philadelphia to discuss the upcoming "Halo: Uprising" series, as well as Bendis' other Marvel projects.
The World War Hulk panel smashed its way into Wizard World Philly on Saturday, and CBR News was there to get a full report on all the announcements.
Peter David filled in some blanks about the X-books, Daniel Way talked "Wolverine:Origins" and Christos Gage says he's is going back to the past.
Several new books were announced, more clues about the Flash were given, and the return of a carrot was promised by DC Comics on Day 2 of HeroesCon.
DC Comics VP-Sales Bob Wayne and Group Editor Bob Schreck led a discussion about upcoming projects and plans for the future of the hippest imprint in comics, Vertigo.
The Mask-Tastic Four? It's just one of the many oddities of the Silver Surfer odyssey in this all-FF edition of Comic Book Urban Legends Revealed!
Fans are in the driver's seat of two new series for 2008, when Top Cow gives readers the chance to vote for characters to get their own ongoing titles.
Yeah, there's a Fantastic Four movie coming out today, but the real action's in the comics. We spoke with "Fantastic Four" writer Dwayne McDuffie about an old group of foes the team will take on in the series.
Terry Moore will leave the world of indy books behind for the land of Marvel, specifically as writer of "Spider-Man Loves Mary Jane." CBR News spoke with Moore.
A number of Spider-Man titles will end this fall, but "Amazing Spider-Man" picks up the slack by publishing three times monthly. We spoke with Editor Stephen Wacker.
Wizard World Philadelphia kicked off Friday with the Mondo Marvel panel. Hosted by Joe Quesada, the panel covered a range of forthcoming projects from the House of Ideas.
After Spider-Man's "One More Day" concludes, "Brand New Day" begins. Marvel released a teaser image and, wait, is Spidey packing heat?
Cheers and gasps abounded at the DC Nation panel today, with talk of the end of the Flash, a new lease on life for Dr. Fate and Mark Waid returning to an old and familiar role.... UPDATED!
Dynamite Entertainment announced today they'll publish a series of comics based on the popular World War II next-gen game, "Brothers In Arms."
"New Avengers" #31 hit stores yesterday and contains a shocking twist that will have massive repercussions for the entire Marvel Universe. We spoke with writer Brian Michael Bendis about the issue. Spoilers
Moonstone's "The Phantom" #17 begins the "Invisible Children" storyline, inspired by Northern Uganda's civil war. Sales of limited editions will go to aid the children of Northern Uganda.