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Marvel Comics has released preview images from June 7th shipping titles "Silver Surfer" #3, "Moon Knight" #3, "New X-Men" #27, "Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man" #9 and "Marvel Team-Up" #21. Corrected - "Silver Surfer" preview fixed.
Hungry for more "Battlestar Galactica" and you can't wait till May 31, when issue #0 hits? Well, Dynamite Entertainment and "Tv Guide" have the perfect solution.
Acclaimed artist Michael Gaydos has joined the Virgin Comics team, to work on one of the company's launch titles. Come in and find out all about his newest project.
DC Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping in August of 2006.
Paul Jenkins is a man who handles the writing duties on a wide variety of titles, which include "The Sentry," "Civil War: Front Line" and "Revelations." This week, Robert talk with paul about the world of the Sentry, how he felt about how "Revelations" turned out and much more.
Every Saturday for the next 52 weeks, CBR News will take a look at DC's weekly comic, "52." Each week he'll take a look at what happened, his thoughts and concerns, speculate on what's to come and much more.
At the E3 Expo in Los Angeles, CBR News got a first look at the upcoming "Justice League Heroes" video game and we've got an inside report with loads of new screen grabs from the game. Updated
Historically, Superman video games have been, well, not so much, but Jeremy Goldstone checks in with a first look a the "Superman Returns" video game from E3 and likes what he sees thus far.
At E3 in Los Angeles, CBR News got a look at the upcoming MMORPG "Age of Conan: Hyborian Adventures." While still in pre-beta development, there's some very promising stuff going on here.
With over 175k copies of "Battlestar Galactica" pre-ordered from Dynamite, the company is rightfully proud. They've released an official statement regarding the pre-orders and full-sized versions of the covers to issue #0.
Writer/Artist Tom Beland spoke to CBR News about "True Story, Swear To God's" move to Image Comics and the future of the series. He also spoke frankly about the recent pain in his life, dealing with that pain and how that'll affect the release of issue #17.
After the Invaders, but before The Avengers, the Marvel U was protected by a bizarre and diverse band of heroes. The team reunites in the pages of "Agents of Atlas" this August. In part one of our spotlight on the book, CBR News spoke with Editor Mark Paniccia about the book. Plus, Jeff Parker stops by with our first Agent profile: Gorilla-Man.
The world renowned hip hop group Public Enemy exploded onto the American music scene in 1987 with "Yo, Bum Rush The Show." Almost 20 years later, the group is set to explode onto the comics scene with "Public Enemy" the comic. CBR News spoke with "Public Enemy" front man Chuck D and illustrator Adam Wallenta about the series.
Wednesday afternoon at E3 in Los Angeles, CBR News got an advance look at the upcoming "Marvel Ultimate Alliance" videogame from Activision. We've got new screen grabs and some thoughts for ya.
With the release of the "X-Men: The Last Stand" film and video game nearing, CBR News caught up with screen writer/game writer Zak Penn for a quick chat during E3 in Los Angeles. Plus, we've got new screen shots from the game to check out.
Komikwerks is bringing fans all-new, all-different kinds of illustrated novels through their Actionopolis line. We spoke with principle creators Dan Mishkin, Dan Hipp and Adam Beechen to learn more.
Brian K. Vaughan has received much critical acclaim for his nuanced work on "Y: The Last Man," "Ex Machina," and "Runaways." Vaughan spoke with CBR News about his movies and more at a recent signing in Los Angeles.
Writer Jeff Amano sticks Frankenstein and Pinocchio in a blender, sets it on Puree, and comes up with an intriguing tale in "The Cobbler's Monster"
With Boom! Studios' "Cthulu Tales" hitting stands today, CBR News caught up with the entire writing team of Keith Giffen, John Rogers, Andrew Cosby, Johanna Stokes & Michael Alan Nelson for a final peek at the horror they'v cooked up.
With the release of "52" today, we here at CBR News thought it would be nice to give you one final look at the new weekly comic series from DC Comics.
Marvel Comics has released five pages from the May 31st shipping "Hulk" #95, wherein the Hulk and the Silver Surfer throw down.
This Summer, Brian Michael Bendis will once again put the superheroes of the Marvel U through the wringer. In "New Avengers: Disassembled," the team is shattered upon the rock that is "Civil War" and in "Ultimate Spider-Man Annual" #2, Peter again tangles with the Kingpin. Bendis spoke with CBR about both projects.
Ten years after the release of "Kingdom Come," the series is still highly popular with old and new fans alike, with an Absolute edition on the way as a reward for the most dedicated fans. Jonah Weiland sat down with Alex Ross for a lengthy chat about his thoughts on the series 10 years later and what it means to him today. Updated 5/13/06
Can a man bring hope to a devastated city by working inside and outside the system? Oliver Queen is going to find out as he splits his time between being the new mayor of Star City and the city's resident costumed vigilante. We spoke with "Green Arrow" writer Judd Winick about the series.
Image Comics and Runemaster Studios have provided CBR News with an eight page preview of this Wednesday's "Lions, Tigers & Bears" Vol.2 #2.
Charlie Huston spent some time with the press today, in a Marvel Press conference, where he revealed more about "Moon Knight" and the titular hero. Includes preview art from issue #2.
Marvel Comics has released previews of two upcoming comics, shipping on May 31, 2006: "Runaways" #16 and "Storm" #4.
Recent rumors have painted a not so pretty picture for Markosia Comics, the publisher behind "Starship Troopers" among others. Director of Operations Chuck Satterlee addresses the rumors and sets the record straight.
DC Comics announced today they've launched a website to support their weekly series "52," with the web site bringing fans the latest from the DCU during the event.
DC Comics has informed press and retailers that "Ion" #1, "Blue Beetle" #1, and "Batman #652" have all sold out, and will be going to back to print. Details and covers inside.
CBR News talked with Erik Larsen about publishing milestones and the characters of "Wanted" paying a visit to "Savage Dragon."
Unless you've been living in a cave, you've heard of Marvel Comics' "Civil War" event, which has been affecting all their well-known characters. Now Quicksilver gets in on the fun, with this preview of "Son Of M" #6.
Last Wednesday saw the release of "Infinite Crisis" #7 and "Civil War" #1 on the same day. Did the release of these two highly anticipated issues generate record sales figures at comic shops across the country? CBR News surveyed nine different stores in the U.S.A. to find out.
Believe it or not, CBR took it's first steps onto the Internet 10 years ago today on May 8th, 1996. CBR's Jonah Weiland checks in to discuss this momentous occasion and how the release of "Kingdom Come," also celebrating a 10 year anniversary today, helped inspire the creation of CBR.
With the "Samurai: Heaven and Earth" collection now in stores, Robert caught up with writer Ron Marz for a look back on the series, news of the sequel and what else he's got coming in the months to come.
An impressive list of voice actors including Ron Perlman and Michael Jai White voice an equally impressive list of heroes in "Justice Leage Heroes." Plus, the box art revealed.
Alex Sheikman's "Robotika" has been turning heads with it's striking art and intriguing storyline. But who is the man behind the comic? We profile Sheikman and learn about his beginnings in comics, his day job at NASA and much more.
Marvel's announced that Ron Garney has signed exclusively with the publisher. Plus, a look at his art from "Amazing Spider-Man" #532.
Creator Peter Bergting and Image Comics have provided CBR News with a preview of the June shipping "The Portent" #3, part of a four-issue mini-series.
Real men don't wear spandex: they just kick butt. This month, Beau Smith and Eduardo Barreto bring some manliness to vigilantes in IDW Publishing's "Cobb: Off The Leash." Come in and learn why Batman and Wolverine have nothing on Cobb.