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Later this year, DC Comics will return their Western hero Bat Lash to the four color world in a new mini-series written by Sergio Aragonés & Peter Brandvold and artist John Severin. CBR News spoke with Brandvold about his first comics series.
While best know for directing music videos with artists Snoop Dogg, Master P, Veruca Salt and Sheryl Crow, the director known as "mink" is trying his hand at comics thus summer in the Image Comics sci-fi series "Dust."
If you're not reading "Spawn," you might want to start. Writer David Hine is about to take the character in a new direction featuring darker, more cinematic style horror stories and he told CBR News all about his plans.
Five years ago, Joe Kelly and Chris Bachalo promised Richard Starkings they'd do an issue of "Elephantmen" as payment for a favor Starkings provided the duo. CBR News spoke with Kelly and Bachalo about issue #7 to get the full story.
During the Angouleme Comics Festival, Shaun Manning caught up with writer/artist Peter Kuper to talk "Spy vs. Spy," "Theo and the Blue Note," "Stop Forgetting To Remember" and more.
Comics historian Peter Sanderson gave the second part of his lecture on "Watchmen" at MoCCA in NYC and we've got a full report of this indepth analysis of one of comics greatest stories.
CBR's weekly Studio Tours takes you inside Top Cow's Los Angeles facility, with exclusive looks at the workspaces of some of Top Cow's best artists -- including Marc Silvestri himself.
Platinum Studios and rock icons KISS have joined to create "KISS 4K," the first KISS comics project to be produced by the band themselves. Issue #1 will be released as a hugely over-sized variant priced at $50.
CBR News has obtained a five page preview of issue #2 of Moonstone Books' "InfiniTeens," a superhero saga about the end of the world.
Shaun Manning made his way to France for his first Angouleme Festival International de la Bande Dessinée, or better known around these parts as the Angouleme International Comics Festival, and filed this report.
Writer Antony Johnston and Oni Press have provided CBR News with five pages from the "Wasteland" #6, on sale Wednesday, January 31st.
CBR News spoke this afternoon with KISS legends Gene Simmons & Paul Stanley, as well as Platinum Studios' Scott Rosenberg, about the new KISS Comics Group and their debut title, "KISS 4K."
This Wednesday, the animated Hellboy will return to his four color roots as Dark Horse releases the OGN "Hellboy Animated: The Black Wedding." CBR News spoke with artist Rick Lacy about the book.
With a new SciFi TV series on the way, Dynamite Entertainment reunites Painkiller Jane creators Joe Quesada & Jimmy Palmiotti and Lee Moder for a $0.25 issue #0. Palmiotti gave CBR a free dose of things to come.
Marvel has provided CBR with a look at two titles shipping tomorrow - "X-Men" #195 and "Ultimate Civil War: Spider-Ham" #1.
Oni Press announced this morning that Stephen Colbert will appear at NYCC in support of Oni's "Stephen Colbert's Tek Jensen" mini-series, based on the comedian's unpublished novel.
CBR News has obtained an advance look at Moonstone Books' "The Phantom Annual" #1, the first in the character's 70 year publishing history. Included in this preview is artwork by Graham Nolan, Tony Akins, Juan Ferreyra and more.
CBR's Emmett Furey sat down with eight professionals in and around the comics industry (Jeff Mariotte, Mark Waid, Tim Truman, Jason Aaron, Michael Sheyahshe, Robert Schmidt, David Mack and Jay Odjick) to discuss the portrayal of Native Americans in the medium, past and present.
David Mack talks to CBR News about his chapter of Zenescope's "Se7en" prequel, "Envy."
Robert talks with writer Mark Verheiden at length about his work on "Battlestar Galactica," what's coming next and how much longer he'll be working on "Superman/Batman," how he broke into comics and much more.
Thirty-eight down, fourteen more to go! Justin checks out the fate of one of the series stars in week 38 of "52" with a look at what's to come next.
Image Comics has provided CBR News with two previews of books shipping this Wednesday, January 31st - "Pieces for Mom: A Tale of the Undead" and "Wonderlost" #1.
Did you know that Donald Duck writer/artist Carl Barks discovered methylene? Do you remember a LIFE magazine cover featuring the world's ugliest woman? Did you think Smallville was in Kansas?
The Hero Initiative has announced a fund raiser that sees 100 of the industry's top talent creating custom covers for "Ultimate Spider-Man" #100. We've got an exclusive look at covers by Michael Lark and Dave Ross.
Red Sonja continues to expand her empire this March with the release of Dynamite's "Red Sonja: Vacant Shell" one-shot. CBR News spoke with writer Rick Remender about the special issue.
This March Shadowline/Image releases the tragic tale of a fallen hero's war with alcohol, and the path he takes to provide for his family. CBR News spoke with "After the Cape's" first-time creators, Howard Wong & Marco Rudy.
The Young Adult Library Services Committee has released their nominees for their first annual award for Great Graphic Novels For Teens. Honored are "Pride of Baghdad," "Castle Waiting," Nextwave" and more. Updated
IDW Publishing announces "Star Trek: Klingons: Blood Will Tell," a clever take on the classic Trek villains, and offers issue #1 in a special Klingon language variant edition.
CBR News received this afternoon an image from DC Comics depicting many of the DCU's most prominent characters in a scene from... well, you've just got to see for yourself. WARNING: This article contains "52" spoilers.
Two all new stories will be offered by Marvel Comics this May: "Marvel Adventures Three-In-One," and "Amazing Spider-Man: Swing Shift," by Dan Slott and Phil Jimenez.
A close friend of the late Dave Cockrum, writer Clifford Meth tells CBR News about the new and improved edition of the touching tribute book, and previews new artwork by John Cassaday, Jim Lee and more. Updated: Now with Matt Haley's back-cover illustration of the -Xmen!
More and more comic book writers are moonlighting in the video game industry. Is there a conspiracy? Come inside to find out as we talk with writers John Layman and Jimmy Palmiotti.
Tony Moore's made a name for himself illustrating titles like "Battle Pope," "The Walking Dead," "Fear Agent" and "The Exterminators." Now Tony takes us into his home studio and shows us where the body parts are stored -- no, really.
CBR News has obtained several full-color previews for some Marvel's most anticipated new issues shipping in February. Take an advance look at "Thunderbolts Presents Zemo" #, "Ultimate X-Men" #79 and more.
Dynamite Entertainment announce their first ever original graphic novel, Jim Starlin's "Kid Kosmos," featuring the return of his popular creation, the Cosmic Guard. CBR News has a full color preview of the new book.
CBR's John Mayo has the estimated sales stats for the Top 300 Comics and Top 100 trades in December, 2006. "Justice League of America" #4 leads the pack with an estimated 136,000+ copies sold.
For the first time ever, the National Book Award nominated a graphic novel, Gene Yang's "American Born Chinese." CBR News spoke with Yang about the book and what the nomination means.
New Marvel editor Steve Wacker is working on three of Marvel's biggest titles â€“ "Civil War: The Return," "Silent War" and "Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man" â€“ and he chatted with CBR News about each one, with exclusive preview art for each book
Writer Adi Tantimedh and artist Hugo Petrus bring the world of comedy and SciFi together later this month in "La Muse," a book that will see both online serialization and real work publication.
Some exciting books hit shops this Wednesday from Marvel and we've got a last-minute look at four of them - "Civil War: The Return" #1, "Punisher War Journal" #3, "Silent War" #1 and "Wolverine" #50.