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Marvel Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping October, 2004.
CBR News has a look at sketches and preview art from the upcoming Rick Remender/Tony Moore Image Comics series "Fear Agent."
On the final day of CCI, two fan favorite creators, Jeph Loeb and Tim Sale, got together to discuss their upcoming projects. CBR news was there to cover the conversation.
DC Comics dominated the 16th annual Eisner Awards held last Friday. Full results from the award show are now available.
Steve Niles makes his DC Comics debut later this year with the release of the three-issue prestige format series "Batman: Gotham County Line" with artist Scott Hampton.
The final batch of photos from San Diego as CBR winds down it's Comic-Con International in San Diego 2004 coverage. Time for some sleep.
Writer Warren Ellis has issued a statement on his Bad Signal mailing list explaining the recently announced exclusivity agreement he now has with Marvel Comics.
More costumes, more creators and just, well, more! Sights and sounds from Day 3 at Comic-Con International in San Diego.
Long delayed, the Steve Niles penned "Hyde" will finally see the light of day this October with artist Nick Stakal.
More sites and sounds from the convention floor with mostly costumed peoples. Some good. Some bad. One truly questionable. We'll let you decide.
TOKYOPOP laid out their publishing plans for the rest of 2004 and in to 2005, plus honors the winners of the Rising Stars of Manga contest and much more.
Catching up with Man of Action Joe Kelly at Comic-Con International, the writer talked about "Justice League Elite," "Space Ghost," "X-Men: Legends" and more.
"Courtney Crumrin's" Ted Naifeh takes a stab at a "Lord of the Rings" style story, with a gothic twist, with the upcoming Glimmer from Oni Press.
The rookie team of Mark Smith and Dan Hipp ssell Image Comics on a new rock 'n' roll adventure comic, "The Amazing Joy Buzzards," coming this October.
At today's Wildstorm panel the company offered up a number of surprises, including an announced deal wherein Alan Moore and daughter Leah Moore will bring back characters from British comics publisher IPC, the new Jim Lee/Joe Casey series "The Intimates," and "Global Frequency" producer John Rogers dropped by to talk up the new TV show. Updated
The "X-Men: Reloaded" panel at CCI was well attended with the announcement that Peter Milligan will be the new writer on "X-Men" following Chuck Austen's finish. Much more news inside.
Josh Blaylock lays out plans for a new line of super-hero comics, rolling out in October with Ron Marz, Joe Casey and Chuck Dixon amongst the contributors.
Announced today at Comic-Con International in San Diego, "The Walking Dead" and "Invincible" writer Robert Kirkman has signed a two-year exclusive contract with Marvel Comics. CBR News caught up with the scribe for a quick chat.
Full details of new series coming from Humanoids later this year and next, plus news of artist Butch Guice's exclusive agreement with the company.
Ellis, Kirkman, Sacassa exclusive, "X-23," teaming with Dreamwave, and loads more were hit upon at Friday's Cup 'O Joe panel.
During a panel discussion at CCI, DC Comics announced that writer Judd Winick has been named the permanent writer of "Batman" starting with November's #634. The writer will be joined on "Batman" by artist Doug Mahnke. CBR News spoke with Winick to learn more about his plans.
You've seen Niles take on vampires, and you've seen him take on a world filled with monsters with Cal MacDonald. This October, Niles takes a Los Angeles detective into a world he never knew existed with "Lurkers" from IDW Publishing.
Announced during CCI, B. Clay Moore and Jeremy Haun ask the question "What if super-heroes really existed in World War II?" Look for the answer in "Battle Hymn" this December from Image.
Lots of news and guzz from the convention floor including a look at the "X-Men: Legends" game, "Flight" sales and sequel news, "The Red Star" video game previewed and more.
Announced at CCI Friday, writer Steven T. Seagle will writer the adaptation for the upcoming feature film "Constantine" and is joined by artist Ron Randall.
Crime novelist Gary Phillips will offer up a new private eye mini-series set in Los Angeles from Vertigo this November titled "Angeltown," about a hot-tempered all-star basketball player wanted for the murder of his ex-wife.
Long time "Hellblazer" author Mike Carey offers up the OGN "Hellblazer: All His Engines" next year, about a guy who plays poker with the devil on a regular basis and the inherent problems within. Carey spoke with CBR News about the project.
At a panel during CC, the convention recognized a group of Golden and Silver Age greats including Gene Colan and Harry Harrison by awarding them surprise Inkpot awards. They reminisced about the old days when children's comics sold millions and millions.
During a panel at Comic-Con International, editor Tim Ervin talked about some of the plans Dark Horse has coming from the Manga line.
John Romita Jr. joins Mark Millar for a 12 issue run on Marvel's "Wolverine" this October. CBR News spoke with Romita who revealed the many differences in switching from a character like Spider-Man to Wolverine and whether he'll one day return to Spider-Man.
At the Avengers panel at CCI today, many announcements were made including a new "Young Avengers" series, Warren Ellis on "Iron Man," a new "Thunderbolts" series, details on "Invaders" and much more. Updated with images.
Writer Ed Brubaker and artist Steve Epting will take over the creative duties on "Captain America." CBR News caught up with the writer to learn more about his plans and thoughts on the character.
A collection of DC writers fielded questions from the audience about writing in the industry. Howard Chaykin, Andy Diggle, Paul Jenkins and others joined the panel.
The Wachowski's made a surprise appearance at Comic-Con International in San Diego to talk about their new company, Burlyman Comics.
J Torres offers a love story he can relate to this October in Oni Press' "Love is a Foreign Language," a story loosely based on his own life.
The summer of 2005 sees the publication of "Moonshine" from AiT/Planet Lar. Writer Dan Curtis Johnson spoke with CBR News about the series, which takes place in the old west where everything is not exactly what it seems.
This October sees the debut of the new ongoing series "30 Days Of Night: Bloodsucker Tales" with stories by Steve Niles & Kody Chamberlin as well as Matt Fraction & Ben Templesmith. Niles and Fraction spoke to CBR News about their plans for the series.
A handfull of pictures featuring the sites at Comic-Con International in San Diego on Preview Night.
During a panel at CCI in San Diego, DC Comics announced detailes of a new Justice League series, "Justice League Classified," with writer Grant Morrison and Ed McGuiness handling the first story arc.
Writer Jason Hall and artist John Watkiss bring a brand new series to readers from Vertigo later this year in "Trigger." Jason Hall spoke with CBR News briefly with details on the series.