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Cocaine smuggler George Jung's life was chronicled in the motion picture "Blow" starring Johnny Depp. Now his story will be told in comics via "The Adventures of George Jung."
CBR speaks with two creators from Greece who're bringing to Image Comics their story of an awkward 14-year-old boy obsessed with his favorite comic book, "Mister Universe," a book about a tireless intergalactic hero.
"Fantastic Four" editor Tom Brevoort unveiled today in a blog posting the new trade dress to debut with the hotly anticipated Mark Millar and Bryan hitch run on the Marvel Comics flagship title.
Fans won't want to miss this discussion with Brian Michael Bendis about events taking place in "Mighty Avengers," "New Avengers," and the forthcoming "Secret Invasion."
The ongoing saga of Z-Cult FM unfolds, as today they've announced the removal of DC Comics & Top Cow torrents from the site at the request of the copyright holders.
Comics Should Be Good concludes its conversation with producers Sam Raimi and Robert Tapert about "30 Days of Night," "Spider-Man 4," "The Hobbit," and the evolution of Raimi's directorial style.
Courtesy of Top Cow, CBR brings you a first look at "Madame Mirage" #4 by Paul Dini and Kenneth Rocafort, shipping in December to finer comics stores everywhere.
With "Dan Dare" #1 on sale this week from Virgin Comics, CBR News talks to writer Garth Ennis about the British pulp icon he's waited years and years to write.
In "Spider-Man Family" #6, writer-artist Chris Eliopoulos brings back a thunder god not seen in 20 years. Not the tall blond guy with a hammer, rather a small green guy with a hammer. The Frog of Thunder... wait, what?
Chris Knowles is back, taking a deep look at the role Astrotheology played in Superman's creation the iconic poses of Hercules throughout history.
Comics Should Be Good talks to producers Sam Raimi and Robert Tapert about "30 Days of Night" and gets Raimi's view on Spidey's marriage, "Spider-Man 4," and addresses those Hobbit rumors.
Courtesy of Dynamite, we've got images of the new Marc Silvestri-inspired Red Sonja 35th anniversary statue, giving you a 360-degree view of piece set to ship in April, 2008.
Writer Chris Knowles suggested last week on CBR that images on the cover of "Action Comics" #1 may have been borrowed from a Renaissance painting of Hercules. He's back in part 1 of a detailed comparison of the works.
The fan-favorite artist of books like "Nextwave" and "Superman: Secret Identity," Stuart Immonen invites CBR readers into his home studio to see where he creates the fantastic images of "Ultimate Spider-Man."
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you more previews of new comics shipping this week including "Black Panther" #32, "Magician Apprentice" #11, "Moon Knight Annual" #1 and more.
Dark Horse and Tara McPherson continue to dominate over other publishers and creators in popularity on MySpace.com, but DC, Marvel and others are making ground while Image and Dynamite makes plans for a future advance. Updated
Courtesy of Top Cow, CBR brings you an 8-page preview of "The Darkness" #1 and an exclusive first look at writer Phil Hester's variant cover for the new issue set to ship in December.
The villainous Mister Fear's attack on Matt Murdock's wife threaten to push Daredevil over the edge. CBR News spoke with series writer Ed Brubaker about the storyline he's planned from the beginning.
In Image Comics' Golden Age revival "Next Issue Project," creator Andy Kuhn brings forgotten '40s superspy Yank Wilson into the 21st century and stretches some new creative muscles while he's at it.
Craig Kyle and Christopher Yost stop by CBR to preview exclusive pages from "X-Men" #205, talk about "Messiah CompleX," the new "X-Force," a mysterious odor, and random kisses in "New X-Men."
The teenagers of David Hine's TOKYOPOP series "Poison Candy" deal with the pressures of adolescence as well as a mysterious disease that gives them psychic powers - before killing them. CBR spoke with Hine about the book.
Superman Prime gets real nasty in the latest issue of "Countdown to Final Crisis" and Justin & Brian are here with the details and much needed background.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you previews of new comics shipping next week including "Marvel Zombies" #2, "Cable & Deadpool" #47, "Ultimate Spider-Man" #116, "Daredevil" #102 and much more.
The judging panel has been announced for the 2008 Will Eisner Comic Industry Awards. This blue-ribbon committee will be selecting the nominees to appear on the Eisner Awards ballot.
The Darkness' longtime foil returns with her own one-shot as part of Top Cow's Pilot Season initiative, and CBR News spoke with writer Ian Edington about December's "Angelus: Pilot Season" #1.
The Z-Cult FM story continues to unfold. Today, they announced they'll remove all Marvel torrents in seven days and have adopted a 30 Day policy for new DC torrents.
Courtesy of Dynamite Entertainment, CBR brings you previews of new comics shipping this week - Thursday, November 29 - including "Mercenaries" #1, "Jungle Girl" #3, "Army of Darkness: From the Ashes" # 4 and more.
Courtesy of Image, CBR brings you more advance looks at new comics shipping next week including "Popgun" vol. 1, "Bomb Queen IV" #3, "Archibald Saves Christmas" #1 and more.
Did Greg Rucka want Wonder Woman's boyfriend dead? Was Jason Lee to be one of Ramona's ex-boyfriends in "Scott Pilgrim?" Plus, Marvel vs. Hells Angels! And Dark Angel!
Guerilla News Network's Anthony Lappe and artist Dan Goldman talk to CBR about "Shooting War," their political graphic novel about a left-wing blogger turned big-time war correspondent.
Z-Cult FM, the popular BitTorrent tracker for trading illegally scanned comics, has been threatened with legal action from DC & Marvel if they don't shut down immediately, according to one online report. Updated 11/26 8:30 PM.
In the book "Our Gods Wear Spandex: The Secret History of Comic Book Heroes," Christopher Knowles examines the roots some popular comic characters have in the occult and ancient mythology and has discovered the cover to "Action Comics" #1 may be the ultimate swipe!
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR News brings you exclusive first looks at new issues of "Frank Frazetta's Death Dealer" and Erik Larsen's "Savage Dragon," shipping next week, November 28.
We here at CBR are taking Thanksgiving Day off, but we'll be back again Friday with our usual updates. In the mean time, drop by the CBR Forums and say hi! Registration is free. Happy Thanksgiving!
Former Marvel editor Andy Schmidt was joined on stage last weekend at the Big Apple Con by Danny Fingeroth, Peter David, Koi Pham and editor John Barber for a panel discussion on breaking-in to comics, and CBR was there.
If the Kree Empire falls in "Annihilation: Conquest" so does the rest of the Marvel Universe. CBR checked in with writers Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning for the scoop on Marvel's latest cosmic epic.
This Sunday, the Comicbook Artists Guild will hold a fundraising event to benefit victims of the California Wildfires, to be held in conjunction with Manhattan Beach's The Comic Bug reopening, devastated by fire Thanksgiving weekend in 2006.
Image Comics has released images and solicitation information for comics and products shipping in February, 2008, including the first new issue of "Scud the Disposable Assassin" in more than 10 years!
Daniel Acuna has signed an exclusive contract with Marvel Comics, and the publisher has provided CBR News with a first look at the artist's variant cover of January's "HULK" #1.
DC-exclusive artist Jamal Igle invites fans into his home studio in New York to see where and how he creates his rich and detailed artwork for books like "Countdown," "Firestorm," "Nightwing" and more.