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Robert sits down for a long and frank chat with comics veteran Dan Jurgens, who dishes on "Countdown," talks "Metamorpho" and shares his thoughts on the current state of DC & Marvel.
Dynamite Entertainment provided CBR News with previews of "Red Sonja" #20, "Highlander" #5, and "The Lone Ranger" #1 Director's Cut.
Image Comics' new mini-series "Ward of the State" sees foster kids reared as professional contract killers. Writer Christopher Long talked to CBR News about the series and previewed the first four pages.
Greg Weisman talked about his past work with 'The Gargoyles' and discussed the upcoming plans he has for the franchise, as well as some information into his work on the new Spider-Man cartoon in development.
Sergio Aragones and Mark Evanier held a light-hearted panel to discuss the progress of Groo projects, upcoming collections, and assorted anecdotes the two have collected over the years.
DC's John Cunningham lead Saturday afternoon's WonderCon panel featuring Pia Guerra, Jonathan Vankin and Brian K. Vaughan.
It was Jeph Loeb's time in the spotlight and he dished about "Wolverine," "Lost," a new Hulk story and more.
Dan Didio & Co returned to WonderCon with news about "Countdown," Batwoman, Flash, The Question and more.
We've go a lot of new Image Comics previews for ya: "Bomb Queen," "Dynamo," "Phonogram,"Pirates Of Coney Island," "Sam Noir" and "Strongarm."
Moderated by Dan DiDio, the DCU Nation panel at WonderCon discusses the wrap-up of "52," the run-up to "Countdown" and cryptic changes throughout the superhero universe, including the end of "Green Arrow."
BOOM! Studios publisher Ross Richie discusses what's on deck for 2007 with panelists Michael Allen Nelson, J.M. DeMatteis and Cody DeMatteis. Updated with new art
"52" may be coming to a close shortly, but that doesn't mean the action is slowing down. Not at all. Justin Eger is here, as he is every week, with the highlights and speculation on what's to come.
The author of "Pride of Baghdad" abandons "Runaways," gets "Lost" and works toward the end of "Y: The Last Man."
Did the hubris of John Byrne prevent a second run on "Fantastic Four?" Or was it Ralph Macchio? Was Namor created originally as a movie tie-in? Plus: the identity of legendary letter hack T.M. Maple revealed, all in this week's CBULR!
This June, in "World War Hulk: X-Men" and "Iron Man" #19-20, Writer Christos Gage reveals how the Hulk's vendetta impacts on the X-Men and Tony Stark. We spoke with Gage about both books and learned which veteran artist will be drawing his "Iron Man" issues.
Marvel Comics has provided CBR News with a four page preview of "Dark Tower" #2, complete with variant covers by Jae Lee and David Finch.
Aquaman is about to get some new life breathed into his gills by acclaimed fantasy novelist Tad Williams. His run on Sword of Atlantis begins on March 21 with #50, complete with eight extra pages.
CBR's John Mayo has the estimated sales stats for the Top 300 Comics and Top 100 trades as well as Market Share in January, 2007. "Civil War" #6 leads the pack with an estimated 260,000 copies sold.
Civil War may be over, but the Punisher's war against crime in the Marvel U continues in the pages of "Punisher War Journal." We spoke with writer Matt Fraction about the book. Plus, previews of issues #5 & 6.
Our final photo parade from NYCC includes the Stephen King "Dark Tower" panel, "Heroes'" Hayden Panettiere, Chuck D, your favorite creators, costumed favorites and, naturally, Storm Troopers show up to ruin everything.
Coming this spring from Ambrosia Publishing is "Smuggling Spirits," a decidedly different horror comic filled with nasty things that lurk in shadows. We spoke with Ben Fisher & Mike Henderson about the series.
The newly minted DC Comics exclusive artist Mike Norton invites us into his home studio to see where he cranks out pages for the Gail Simone written series "The Atom."
For fans who like their stories to have bite, writer Brendan Cahill tackles a tale of Morbius for Marvel as part of the "Legion of Monsters" series. We spoke with the writer.
Before you head off to the comic shop, we've got previews from three Marvel releases debuting today - "Civil War: Frontline" #11, "Iron Man" #15 and "Black Panther" #25
Still catching up from this past weekend, we've got a full report from Sunday's Dark Horse Panel, with news on "Hellboy," "Star Wars," "Buffy," "Serenity," "The Goon," "MPD Psycho" and much more.
Vertigo's newest hit isn't about the supernatural, crime or even the Dreaming: it's about bugs and how to kill 'em. We spoke with "The Exterminators" writer Simon Oliver to get the creepy crawly 411.
With NYCC going on this past weekend, we've moved our regular Saturday look at "52" to today this so that it didn't get lost. See what Justin has to say about last week's issue with speculation on what's to come.
Robert sits down for a lengthy interview with Joe Kelly in which they discuss current work like "Supergirl" and look back on books like "X-Men," "Deadpool," "Steampunk" (and what would have happened had he been able to finish it) and much more.
Legendary for their Batman work, Neal Adams & Frank Miller are teaming up to produce a brand new mini-series called "Batman: Odyssey."
We loves ourselves some con photography around these parts and CBR is happy to present more photos taken by staff photographer Pinguino Kolb. You're going to love this set, which includes the not so glamorous side of super heroing.
Cerebus vs. Shadowhawk? Shi vs. Dawn? Madman vs. Public Enemy? What's going on here? Artist and "War"-monger Dave Ryan gives CBR the mission dossier.
The Fox Atomic team showed off the new company's slate of film tie-ins and original graphic novelsa at NYCC. More on "The Hills Have Eyes: The Beginning" and "28 Days Later: The Aftermath" inside.
Actress Sarah Barrable-Tishauer ("Liberty Van Zandt"), writer J. Torres and artist Ramon Perez were present at NYCC to talk about the hot Canadian export's entry into the graphic novel field.
Think it's bad when your big brother steals your girlfriend? Imagine if his curse put your life in danger and you'd have "Crossing Midnight," written by Mike Carey.
As we reported yesterday, the Sci-Fi Channel and Virgin Comics have teamed up for a new venture. We've got all the details.
With the 25th Anniversary of Matt Wagner's Grendel upon us, the writer/artist returns to the character that started it all, Hunter Rose. We've got the devilish details.
DC's Bob Wayne moderated the Wildstorm/CMX panel at this year's New York Comic Con, with panelists Hank Kanalz, Gail Simone, Christos Gage, Mark Bernadin, Brian Azzarello, Asako Suzuki, Brian K. Vaughan and Whilce Portacio.
Fan and critical fave Brian K. Vaughan took the stage on Sunday for fans' questions about his series, how to break into the biz, and "Lost."
Sure, it's a day late, but it's worth the wait! A report on the crowds on day two and all the sights, including your favorite creators, great costumes and some odd security for Stan Lee.
The first day of New York Comic-Con 2007 has come and gone. We've got a quick report from the floor, plus photos from the floor including Stephen Colbert! Updated