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This past Thursday in NYC, a memorial for Dave Cockrum was held at the Time Life Building with a star studded send off that included Chris Claremont, Paty Cockrum, Paul Levitz, Joe Quesada and many more.
CBR's John Mayo has the estimated sales for the Top 300 Comics and Top 100 Trades with Market Share in April, 2007. Marvel led all with "Fallen Son: Death of Captain America - Wolverine" the big winner.
Xeric Grant winner Mark Haven Britt talks to CBR News about his curiously named black and white graphic novel "Full Color," a 178 page NYC epic five years in the making.
Jimmy Olsen finds a quick fix, Robin makes a low blow and Lightray hits The Wall. Justin and Brian have all the details and speculation in this week's T-MINUS!
"Guys who are spending money on comics deserve to have their comics come in on time, and that's what I am trying to do," says artist Simone Bianchi to Robert Taylor in this week's REFLECTIONS.
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR News presents full color previews of Image books shipping next week. Titles include "Alien Pig Farm," "Strange Girl," Dynamo 5," "The Ride" and more!
Friday at BookExpo America in New York City, Vertigo, Dark Horse, Drawn & Quarterly, Viz Media, Yen Press and Tokyopo announced new releases and major projects.
In this two-year anniversary edition, we present a mystifying gallery of editorial evil, featuring the art of Kirby, Toth and Byrne, all of whom were redawn in the name of... licensing?
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR News presents a preview of "World War Hulk: X-Men" #1, one of this summer's most anticipated World War Hulk tie-ins.
Legendary filmmaker Ray Harryhausen and publisher Darren G. Davis talk about the return of some of Harryhausen's most famous characters in a new line of comics from Blue Water Productions.
"Krazy Kat" novelist Jay Cantor will write his first graphic novel "Aaron and Ahmed" for Vertigo, as will best-selling "The Hellfire Club" author Peter Straub with his debut comics work, "The Green Woman."
Writer-artist Duncan Rouleau talks to CBR News about his new mini-but-possibly-more-series "Metal Men," which debuts this August from DC Comics.
Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson's "The Boys" returns to comic shops today from Dynamite Entertainment. We've got a look at issue #7 as well as the TPB collection.
A big event is coming in the X-Universe - are you ready? Join CBR in this new weekly feature where we take you behind the scenes in to the X-Office where you get to ask the questions. Plus, this week an exclusive first look at the first chapter of "Endangered Species."
Marvel Comics has provided CBR News with an advance look at "World War Hulk: Front Line" #1, one of the most eagerly awaited tie-ins to this summer's massive Hulk event. Updated!
Writer Brett Matthews reacts to Lone Ranger fans old and new as well as to two Eisner nominations for the Dynamite series that breathes new life into the legendary western character.
Comics innovator and "From Hell" co-creator Eddie Campbell talks to CBR News about his new graphic novels, "The Black Diamond Detective Agency" and "Fate of the Artist."
Game designer-artist and former Versace illustrator Paolo Parente allies with music video and film director mink to create "Dust," a new multimedia monolith that begins with a mini-series from Image Comics.
Do you like comics about robots? How about mutants? You'll want to give "Clockwork Girl" a try – it's not what you'd expect. CBR News spoke with the creators of Arcana's newest series.
DC Comics has released a new, ominous image depicting The Flash fallen at the hands of his various rogues.
The nominees for the 2007 Russ Manning Most Promising Newcomer Award have been announced and the winner will be honored at the Eisner Awards this summer in San Diego.
Writer David Tischman calls Kirk, Spock and McCoy the Holy Trinity of science fiction. He will have his chance to make the Big 3 speak in "Star Trek: Year Four" this July from IDW.
Marvel Comics has teamed up with MySpace Comic Books to launch the Annihilation event into orbit with an exclusive preview of "Annihilation: Conquest Prologue."
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR News has a preview of "Green Lantern" #20, the conclusion to the exciting "Mystery of the Star Sapphire" storyline.
The NYC of "Zero Killer" is a fear fraught post apocalyptic landscape of ruined skyscrapers, vicious gangs and heavily armed commandos. We spoke with writer Arvid Nelson about the July debuting series.
The Winter Soldier targets Iron Man in "Captain America" #27, continuing the headline-making "Death of a Dream" storyline. CBR has a full color preview.
Dynamite Entertainment has provided CBR News with a preview of the Thursday, May 31st shipping title "Dark Xena" #2 by writer John Layman and artist Noah Salonga.
Robert sits down for a chat with one of the stars of "The 4400," Chad Faust, who's also appearing in Rosario Dawson's upcoming film, "Descent." They discuss what's to come in the new season of "The 4400" and much more.
Image Comics has provided CBR News with previews of Wednesday May 30th shipping books "Drawing from Life," "Invincible" #42, "Negative Burn" #11, "Spawn: Godslayer" #1 and "Superpatriot: War on Terror" #4.
Jimmy stretches his way out of a sticky situation, Trickster and Piper are up to no good and Mary Marvel visits the lovely town of Gotham. Justin and Brian have all the details and speculation in this week's T-MINUS!
Marvel Comics has given CBR News an exclusive first-look at two of their biggest mutant events in years, "X-Men" #200, including a first look at Humbert Ramos' cover, and "X-Men: Endangered Species" One-Shot, both out in June.
TV's Lobo: Too Hot for Toys? Purple Kryptonite: "Fact" or Fiction? And did DC Comics make a move to buy Diamond Distributors? The answers may shock you this week in CBULR!
Indie hit the Black Coat returns in a new mini-series, "The Black Coat: ' ...or give me death.'" CBR News spoke with writer Ben Lichius about the new adventures of his cult character.
In a prequel to the hit SciFi television series, writer Brandon Jerwa sets out to tell the story of the last Battlestar Galactica -- before it became the last Battlestar.
Eisner nominated writer Jason Aaron talks to CBR News about his Vertigo Native American crime drama, "Scalped," and its intense new storyline, "Casino Boogie."
Writer Jim Ottaviani talks to CBR News about his two new graphic novels, "Levitation," a story about the science of magic; and "Wire Mothers," a story about the science of love.
At long last, Thor returns from Ragnarok, helmed by writer Joe Michael Staczynski. JMS spoke with CBR News about the Thunder God's return and the rebuilding of Asgard.
Image Comics has provided CBR News with solicitation information and images for comics and product shipping in August, 2007.
She's only 15 and she's helping launch the Minx line of comics. Meet Louise Carey, daughter of Mike Carey, and the comic industry's newest rising star, in her first solo interview.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, we've got a full color, fully lettered preview of one of the publisher's hottest new issues, "Omega Flight" #3!