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While rumors of author Stephen King and Marvel Comics working together have been circulating for months now, confirmation has finally been given and a full announcement is expected Friday regarding the deal.
Marvel Comics has released pages from the backup story int he upcoming "X-Men: Deadly Genesis" by Ed Brubaker and artist Pete Woods.
With the first issue already in stores, writer Sal Cipriano is hoping to immerse fans in the Speakeasy series "The Adventures of Bio Boy." CBR News spoke with Cipriano about the genesis of the book and what's next for the universe' #1 game show.
DC Comics has released preview art from January shipping titles "JLA: Classified" #16, "The Exterminators" #1, "Sgt. Rock: The Prophecy" #1 and "Elfquest: The Discovery" #1.
Writer Marv Wolfman stopped by the CBR Chat room recently for one of our regular creator chats. He talked with fans about his reaction to "Infinite Crisis," talked about some of what happened behind the scenes in making "Crisis on Infinite Earth," plus much, much more.
Marvel Comics has released six-page previews for November releasing books "Book of Doom" #1, "The Thing" #1 & "Ultimate Spider-Man" #86.
After 11 years of publishing in the real world, Batton Lash has decided that "Supernatural Law" will not only appear in print, but in original stories online. CBR News spoke with Lash about what the online strip means for his publishing plans.
In an exclusive interview, Dreamwave's new Editor-In-Chief, Pierre-Andre Dery, and Editor, Mark Powers, spoke to CBR News about the new direction for the re-imagined comic book company.
Publisher Boom! Studios has provided CBR News with a preview from this Wednesday's "Zombie Tales: Oblivion." The story is "The Bakemono & The Cranes" with art by Keith Giffen and written by Johanna Stokes. Updated
In Volume 3 of "Sentinels," writer Rich Bernatovech is raising the stakes for the heroes and taking a few surprising turns. Bernatovech spoke to CBR News about the book and provided loads of preview art.
Fans of Tim Seeley's "Hack/Slash" have only one more week to catch the stage adaptation of the play in Chicago. "Hack/Slash: Stage Fright" is a live production of the comic and CBR News' Dave Richards recently made his way to Chicago to catch a performance.
Vetern comic creator Bob Layton stopped by the CBR Chat Room for an extended chat in which he talked all things "Iron Man," Valiant Comics and Future Comics and never held back.
After four days interviewing the creative team behind the upcoming Image Comics series "Bad Planet," today we bring you an extended look at artwork and sketches from the series, as well as the exclusive debut of the Web movie "Bad Planet: Deathleap" directed by Thomas Jane.
Enjoying the new "Supergirl" series? DC Comics gives you one more reason to enjoy it when they give November's "Supergirl" #4 the alternate cover treatment.
With the December release of "Hyper-Actives," writer Darin Reid Wagner will have launched the first superhero team book from Alias Comics. CBR News caught up with Wagner to learn about the book and sneak a peak at some art.
Tim Bradstreet is known best for his realistic and thought provoking cover work. He brings that same style to his inks and art direction on "Bad Planet." We spoke with the artist to learn more about the role he played in the development of this series.
Last week CBR hosted a chat with writer Elliot S! Maggin known for his years writing Superman stories at DC Comics as well as the novelization of the "Kingdom Come" graphic novel.
Image Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping January, 2006.
What do you get when a comic has appearances by P.T. Barnum, Buffalo Bill Cody, Ulysses S. Grant, Alexander Graham Bell and a supporting cast of characters from the old west? You get "Bone Sharps," by writer Jim Ottaviani who spoke with CBR about the series.
Penciller Lewis LaRosa takes center stage today as we continue our week long look at the Image series "Bad Planet." LaRosa gives us a first-look at his pencils from the series and explains that had it not been for Tim Bradstreet and Thomas Jane, he may not be working in comics today.
Marvel Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping January, 2006.
Marvel Comics has released six-page previews of the November shipping titles "New Excalibur" #1, "Ghost Rider" #3 & "Incredible Hulk" #88. Updated with additional "Ghost Rider" pages.
We continue the conversation we started yesterday with the creators of "Bad Planet," Thomas Jane & Steve Niles. Today we learn how the idea for "Bad Planet" first came to Tom (under interesting circumstances), what kind of creative arguments the guys may have had, a look at Mark Schultz's cover to Issue #3 in 3-D and more.
"Villains United" artist Dale Eaglesham and "JSA" artist Don Kramer have signed two-year exclusivity agreements with DC Comics, according to press releases issued today by the publisher.
All this week CBR News will be talking with the creators of the upcoming Image Comics mini-series, "Bad Planet." We begin with part one of a two-part interview with writers Thomas Jane and Steve Niles, who discuss how the creative team got together, the changes the series has gone through, a special surprise for issue #3 and more.
Following John Byrne's announcement that he and writer Gail Simone would be leaving DC Comics "Action Comics," CBR News caught up with Simone to learn more.
DC Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping in January of 2006.
You know actor Marlan Wayans from films like "White Chicks" and "Scary Movie." This December, you'll get to know Marlan Wayans as the writer and star of the IDW Publishing series "Super Bad James Dynomite." CBR News chatted with Marlan to get the Dynomite details.
Announced today on the John Byrne message board, writer Gail Simone and artist John Byrne will be leaving DC's "Action Comics" with issue #835. Updated with the cover to #835.
CBR News sat down with writer Steve Niles for an extended interview, covering a wide range of subjects like the recent release of "Batman: Gotham County Line," the upcoming "Monsters on the Prowl" for Marvel, next month's "Fused Tales," news on "The Lurkers" feature film and more.
Wolverine's healing factor may help him survive any injury, but readers of December's "X-Men Unlimited" #12 will learn that he's no stranger to physical and emotional pain. CBR News spoke with the writers of this upcoming issue, Stuart Moore and Christopher E Long.
We've got another fun chat transcript for you, this time with writer/artist Tania Del Rio who's handling the creative chores on the Archie Comics title "Sabrina, The Teenage Witch."
This November, fans of beautiful women, over the top spy action and screwball comedy have something to be thankful for because the Danger Girls are back in "Danger Girl: Back in Black." CBR News spoke with Andy Hartnell and Nick Bradshaw about the series, which sends the girls undercover in pursuit of a dangerous artifact.
The CBLDF and Greg Rucka are holding an auction that offers a chance for an auction winner to be written into the next novel in this week's CBLDF eBay auction.
With the tenth anniversary of "Witchblade" upon us, CBR News caught up with series writer Ron Marz, learned about his plans for the series and if Kyle Rayner may inherit the magical gauntlet. Includes preview art by Chris Bachalo and Darwyn Cooke.
This December, Robert Kirkman and Sean Phillips will take readers back to a world where "The Avengers" are Earth's Mightiest Flesh Eaters and "The X-Men" are out to eat a world that fears and hates them in "Marvel Zombies." CBR News spoke with Kirkman and Phillips about the series which further explores the zombie infected Marvel Universe.
Marvel Comics has released their weekly six-page previews, with looks at "Marvel Team-Up" #14 (the one co-starring Invincible), "Sentinel" #1 and "Ultimate Spider-Man" #85.
DC Comics announced today that Geoff Johns, the man behind this week's "Infinite Crisis," has extended his exclusivity contract with the publisher for another three years.
With as lengthy a career as Steve Englehart has had, you might expect there'd be a lengthy chat transcript and you're right! Steve tackles all sorts of questions, from his work at Marvel & DC to the Ultraverse, as well as a look at what's coming up next for the writer.
DC Comics plans to take every DCU tale written by Alan Moore and put them in one trade paperback collection, "DC Universe: The Stories of Alan Moore," which will feature sixteen stories by the writer. Updated with additional comment from DC Comics.