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Courtesy of Image Comics, we've got five pages of next week's new issue of "Invisible" by Robert Kirkman and Ryan Ottley & Bill Crabtree.
Ghost Rider has been keeping busy. Currently he's dealing with a literal casualty of Civil War and this June the Rider will battle another character that's after a reckoning, the Hulk. We spoke with writer Daniel Way about "Ghost Rider."
CBR News brings you the first look at the full artwork and trade dress for "Omega Flight" #1's second printing, which includes a gag fans are certain to enjoy.
With a bold new direction for the title, Hine & Haberlin have generated a lot of interest in the long running "Spawn." Word comes today that issue #166 has sold out and will get a second printing.
C.B. Cebulski talks with CBR News about his "Runaways" spin-off "Loners," the first issue of which is in stores today.
Check out a preview of "Wasteland" #8, the new issue of Antony Johnston & Christopher Mitten's acclaimed post-apocalyptic adventure shipping this week from Oni Press.
The creator of Ghost Rider has filed suit against Marvel Entertainment and numerous other defendants associated with the "Ghost Rider" film and merchandise for alleged copyright infringements.
"Raise The Dead" co-writer John Reppion gives fans a page-by-page commentary on his and Leah Moore's exciting zombie series from Dynamite Entertainment.
Marvel Comics has provided CBR News with previews of "World War Hulk" titles shipping in May. Included are images from Peter David's prologue book "World Breaker," as well as "Hulk" #106 and the "Planet Hulk" hardcover collection!
We've got full-color, lettered previews of two of Marvel's hottest new books, "The Loners" and "Nova."
Mike Carey is helping to launch DC Comics' all new imprint Minx with "Re-Gifters," an original graphic novel. Plus, early details on "Confessions of a Blabbermouth" and what did Mike learn from Tony Blair? All that and more.
CBR News has full-color previews of some of Marvel's hottest titles shipping this week, April 11. Check out new issues of "Silent War," "New Avengers" and "Blade!" UPDATED!
Marvel fans will believe in magic this May when the "Mystic Arcana" mini-series spotlighting some of their foremost magical characters begins. We spoke with series architect David Sexton.
Writer Christopher Long ("Ward of the State," "The Easy Way") talks to CBR News about his special Silent Devil one-shot "For Life," a story of tragedy and recovery, with profits benefitting victims of violence and abuse.
Dynamite gives CBR the first look at full-color previews of "Highlander" #6, "Classic Battlestar Galactica: Cylon Apocalypse" #2, and "Battlestar Galactica: Zarek" #4!
Image Comics has provided CBR News with previews of titles shipping April 11th including "Bomb Queen III" #2, "Dynamo 5" #2, "Fell" #8 and "The Nightly News" #5. The solicitation text and preview images follow.
With week 48 now in the can, there are only four issues left in "52" and Justin's got all details ont he emergence of a new Question. Plus, Brian Eason takes a detailed look at the history of one Renée Montoya
This week, Brian's got Superman and Batman on Sesame Street! And discover how much more complicated the origin of the origin of Cable is than his origin itself. See? All this and more in CBULR!
We've got full color previews of some of Marvel's most eagerly awaited new issues shipping April 25th. Check out the new "Fantastic Four," "Heroes for Hire" and more.
The long wait for the second issue of "Bad Planet" is finally over, as the Thomas Jane/Steve Niles-written sci-fi series from Image Comics returns. Series art director Tim Bradstreet gave us an update.
Top Shelf Productions celebrates its 10 year anniversary this year and co-founder Chris Staros sat down with CBR News to reflect back on his first decade in publishing and to talk about the company's future.
Following up on the free and exclusive "300" screenings, MySpace plans to show "Spider-Man 3" in a city of fans' choosing.
CBR News recently got some exclusive hands-on time with the upcoming "Spider-Man 3" game. What's the cost of playing in the black suit? How's the game play? We've got a full report, trailer and screen grabs.
Dark Horse has released images and solicitation information for products shipping July, 2007, including the final chapter of Frank Miller & Dave Gibbons' Martha Washington epic -- "Martha Washington Dies."
12 Gauge's popular titles "The Ride," "The O.C.T." and others have been plagued by delays, but no more says publisher Keven Garnder, who spoke frankly with us about their commitment to on-time publishing.
CBR News is happy to preview for you ten pages of the return of Mike Allred's indie hero, Madman, in "Madman Atomic Comics" #1!
This June, the Hulk's angry return to Earth will have a profound impact on the citizens of New York, to be explored in "World War Hulk: Front Line" by writer Paul Jenkins. We spoke with Jenkins about the series.
CBR's weekly series of STUDIO TOURS continues with Ryan Ottley, the artist behind Image Comics' hit superhero series "Invincible."
We've got an 11 page preview of "Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 8" #2, on sale today. In other news, the winner of the Dark Horse/MySpace Buffy essay contest has been announced.
Marvel has provided CBR News with seven complete, full-color, fully lettered pages of "The Dark Tower: The Gunslinger Born" #3. Get 'em while they're hot. UPDATED.
"Nextwave" artist Stuart Immonen guest blogs at Comics Should Be Good on the role of computers and photography in contemporary comic book art.
Tomorrow, a new force protects the US from super powered threats as "Avengers: The Initiative" hits stores. We spoke at length with writer Dan Slott and have looks at issues #1 & #2.
CBR's own George Tramountanas attended Seattle's Emerald City ComiCon this past weekend and we've got the photographic evidence for ya! See your favorite creators along with a questionable costume or two.
What's Bagley's next assignment after "Ultimate Spider-Man?" And who's writing an arc on "Superman/Batman?" George Tramountanas files this report from Seattle with all sorts of news bits and notes.
Organized by the same folks behind the New York Comic-Con, the New York Anime Festival is to debut in December, 2007.
From April 30 to May 6, New York City will host a week-long celebration in honor of Spider-Man and his legendary adventures across the five boroughs, featuring more than two-dozen exhibits, live events, screenings and parties.
Sexual trysts in the middle of a firefight? A Motivation & Morale unit to keep soldiers happy? Video game style marketing for a real war? "Army@Love" tells the story of a fictional war gone quite mad and we spoke with Rick Veitch for the latest.
Dynamite Entertainment has provided CBR News with advance looks at some of their newest titles shipping in April. Included is a full color preview of the return of Painkiller Jane.
Frazer Irving is busy, splitting time between Marvel's "Silent War" and his new Image series "Gutsville." Robert sat down with Frazer for a long chat about his new creator-owned series, working at Marvel and his thoughts on "Seven Soldiers."
It's a week of spiritual purification and a wee bit of torture as Justin recounts the events of week 47 in "52." And Brian's back with another edition of Crisis Continuity with a look at the legacy of Batwoman.