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Author Steve Niles talks about the sequel to the '30 Days of Night,' 'Dark Days,' coming this June. Plus an update on the '30 Days' movie, news on other upcoming projects like 'Wake the Dead,' Cal McDonald books, 'Fused' and a look at art from each.
Jeff Parker's "The Interman," about a genetically altered man able to adapt to any environment or threat, has been optioned by Paramount Pictures and is headed to a theater near you.
Brian Hibbs, owner of San Francisco's Comix Experience, discusses the new IDW release 'Tilting at Windmills' which collects over 100 columns he's written on the industry from a retailer perspective, discusses his 'Savage Critic' review column and picks his favorite comics published today.
The creator behind the comic 'True Story, Swear To God' talks about where he's taking the comic next, his recent experience at the Alternative Press Expo and the one comics character he'd like to work on more than any other.
Continuing from part one of our talk with Ben Affleck, the actors talks about his co-stars, his personal relationship with Jennifer Lopez, what he thinks of the paparazzi and the worries of over-exposure in his career.
Adi Tantimedh discusses the upcoming Elseworlds title 'JLA: Age of Wonder,' a look at what happens when Superman emerges in the late 1900s and what heroes would be like in those times.
As promised during last month's Tsunami press conferences, a second wave of new Marvel books will be released in May with 'Inhumans,' 'Wolverine: Snikt!,' 'The Crew' and 'New Mutants.'
Rumors of an editorial shake-up at DC were proven true on Wednesday, as the DC Universe editorial line-up went through dramatic changes, including the departure of two high profile editors.
The star of the latest comic to jump to the big screen discusses what it was like playing a blind person, the grueling schedule working on 'Daredevil,' his feelings about Kevin Smith, and comments on the departure the film takes from the comics in terms of tone and story.
'Daredevil' star Jennifer Garner talks about playing the part of Elektra, the intensive training required for the part, thoughts on doing a sequel and 'snoggin' Ben Affleck.
'Daredevil' producers Avi Arad and Gary Foster talk about 'Daredevil,' why Marvel films are never advance tested with the public, whether you'll ever see Daredevil and Spider-Man in a movie together, taking liberties with the characters in the films, Stan Lee and much more.
'Flash' series writer Geoff Johns discusses the upcoming 'Blitz' storyline running through issues #197-200 in which Johns promises '...it's the single biggest change in the Flash's life since Wally West put on the costume.' Plus a look at the covers to #197-200, combining to form a single image.
DC Comics has announced a new original graphic novel coming called 'Mighty Love,' from the man behind 'American Century' and 'American Flagg,' Howard Chaykin.
B. Clay Moore stands out from the pack of crime comics with "Hawaiian Dick," about a private investigator in 1950s Hawaii up to his puka shells in gangsters, small time hoods and island magic.
Michael Clarke Duncan, the man bringing life to Kingpin in the upcoming 'Daredevil,' talks about making the movie, working with Affleck, Farrell and Garner on the movie, clean living and trying to get Farrell to quit cigs, how he's still giddy to be in Hollywood and a bit about what's next for the actor.
Series writer Jason Hall and artist Cliff Chiang talk about their version for the upcoming Vertigo series 'Beware the Creeper,' how it plays into past and present DC Continuity with an extensive look at art from the series.
Colin Farrell talks about playing the villain Bullseye in the upcoming 'Daredevil,' film, what it was like working with Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner, and much more. Plus, his thoughts on acting, the first weekend of 'The Recruit' and his friendship with Britney Spears.
Viz Editor Thompson and PR Manager Baroody discuss the success that 'Shonen Jump' has seen since it's launch last year, describes what you'll find inside, plans for collections coming soon and what's next for the top selling title.
In this the final part of our four part interview, director Mark Steven Johnson dicusses the comics that influenced the making of 'Daredevil' and previous television appearances by the Man Without Fear.
Appearing not wanting to be left out of the fun, it's Oni's turn to play the tease with a new series coming from Andi Watson called 'Love Fights.'
Director Mark Steven Johnson talks about his casting decisions for 'Daredevil' and the controversy that errupter around his choice of Michael Clark Duncan for Kingpin, Frank Miller's thoughts on the casting of Garner as Elektra and much more.
Writer William Harms discusses the graphic novel 'Abel,' which examines the evil men do set-in 1940s middle america including a five-page preview. Plus, Harms discusses his two follow-up books, 'Conspiracy Theory'" and 'Dead or Alive.'
In 'H-E-R-O' the characters temporarily get a different power. Series writer Will Pfeifer talks about the people who inhabit the story and how these sudden powers affect each one differently. Preview of issue #3.
In the second part of CBR and Comics2Film's talk with 'Daredevil' director Mark Steven Johnson he discusses the challenges of making a superhero film in the shadow of films like the 'Matrix' and 'Spider-Man.'
Brubaker talks about the future for 'Catwoman,' the various artists he's worked with on the series and what he's learned from each, what's Slam Bradley's deal with Selina and finally, the #1 reason why guys need to be reading this book.
From the same creative teams that brough you 'Channel Zero: Jennie One' comes a new 12-issue series later this year called 'Demo.'
Writer Bill Willingham discusses the success of 'Fables,' who his favorite characters are, his feelings about online discussion of the book and hints at who the Adversary may or may not be.
Diamond Comics Distributors has released the top comic numbers for the year 2002, detailing market share by company, the top 100 comics as well as the top 100 graphic novels published in 2002.
'Avengers' series writer Geoff Johns discusses his plans for the title, shares his thoughts on his first story arc and gives some indight into what you can expect next from Earth's Mightiest Heroes. Preview images from issues #64 and #65.
Brian Bendis takes a look back at his work in 2002, then talks about what fans can expect in the pages of 'Daredevil,' 'Ultimate Spider-Man,' and 'Powers' in 2003 and how has, if at all, the upcoming 'Daredevil' film changed the way he approaches the book.
Diamond Comics Distributors has released the top comic numbers for February, 2003 including Overall Market Share, Top 300 Comics and Top 50 Graphic Novels/TPB's.
Brian Vaughan talks with CBR News about the new Marvel title, 'Mystique,' giving fans an idea of what to expect plus a three page preview of artwork by Jorge Lucas.
The first full trailer for 'The Hulk' set to debut this Super Bowl Sunday was leaked onto the Web early today. CBR News has a small selection of screen grabs for you to view.
TOKYOPOP's Kristien Brada-Thompson and John Parker discuss the huge year the company had in 2002 with a look at their plans for 2003 and how they hope to grow their audience further.
Marvel Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping in April, 2003.
Austen gives an indepth interview regarding the 'Uncanny X-Men,' taking a look at what inspires the stories for each character, their backgrounds, with a lengthy look at where these characters will go next. Included is a preview of 'Uncanny X-Men' #421 plus a look at his DC title, 'Superman: Metropolis' #2.
Prior to the final Marvel Press Conference the publisher has released the solicitation information for titles teased earlier this month under the heading Tsunami. UPDATED with cover images from the new books.
Image Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping in April, 2003.
Joe Quesada, Bill Jemas, Sean McKeever, C.B. Cebulski and Mike Doran assembled today to discuss their plans and thinking behind the new books being launched under the heading Tsunami.
Series writer Gail Simone discusses the new all-ages title 'Gus Beezer' featuring a young boy with an active imagination having adventures with the icons of the Marvel Universe. Plus, a first look at art from the series.