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While not ready to reveal full details yet, Marvel teases their fans with two new images with more details promised later this month.
In this the Legion's 45th year, series writers Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning discuss their plans for the series in 2003 with a look at artwork from upcoming issues. UPDATED with a look at the new series logo.
The April release of Bulletproof Monk is highly anticipated here in the states, but in Hong Kong that anticipation is even higher, reflected by the appearance of bootleg DVDs available on the street.
Series writer and Devil's Due front man Josh Blaylock discusses the current and future plans of the Greatest American Hero, G.I. Joe.
'Flash' penciler Scott Kolins and colorist James Sinclair discuss the character of the Flash, the processes they go through in producing an issue and a look at what's next for the series. UPDATED with additional images from Flash 192, 193 and 194.
Sean McKeever talks about his new mini-comic 'Looking at the Front Door,' a story about relationships and their various ups and downs.
Stuart Moore talks about the upcoming Rocket Comics SciFi/Western comic 'Lone,' coming in July of 2003.
Image Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping in March, 2003.
Marvel Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping in March, 2003. Updated 12/20/02 Image enlargement fixed.
Following the success of 2002's Free Comic Book Day, the second FCBD has been scheduled for May 3rd of 2003 to coincide with the release of "X2," plus a listing of comics that'll be made available by each publisher.
Diamond Comics Distributors has released the top comic numbers for January, 2003 including Overall Market Share, Top 300 Comics and Top 50 Graphic Novels/TPB's.
Dark Horse has announced details of a planned new line of comics to be published under the "Rocket Comics" name starting next summer. Details on those titles plus preview images.
DC Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping in March, 2003.
'The Red Star' creator Christian Gossett catches you up on where 'The Red Star' is at, discusses this weeks annual, what is in store for the first issue to be published under CG Entertainment in January plus an exclusive first look at images from that book.
Disney and Gemstone Publishing have announced that the famous Disney characters will again see print in the US Market and Gemstone/Diamond President and CEO Stephen Geppi spoke to CBR about their plans.
Former CBR Staff Writer Keith Giles discusses his new publishing venture, Plastic Animal Studios, and the stories you can expect with a look at the art from these new series.
The creators behind the new Image series 'Dominion' tell CBR News that the first issue will have a decidedly different artistic feel than originally planned with an exclusive first look at the changes, plus a new regular inker with issue #2.
Darwyn Cooke discusses the new 6 issue series 'New Frontier' coming from DC in late 2003 that takes a look at the classic DC icons in their Silver Age past. Plus, an exclusive first look at character designs from the series.
The true sexual orientation of the Marvel Comics character 'Rawhide Kid' will be revealed in February, 2003.
There are a lot of stories in the world of Fairy Tales and writer/artist Frank Cammuso dares to reveal the seedy side of things in 'Max Hamm Fairy Tale Detective.'
Series co-writer Jusin Gray discusses the 'Resistance' and brings those new to the series up to speed on what you can expect and fills you in on the influences that drive the story.
'Hellblazer' author Mike Carey talks about the challenges he faces writing the title, addresses his critics, explores the character of John Constantine and a fist-full of upcoming story teasers.
'JSA' writer David Goyer discusses his tenure on the title, his collaborations with Robinson and Johns on the book, his thoughts on where the title's been and where it's heading and his feelings about finally stepping down from the monthly writing chores.
Diamond Comics Distributors has released the top comic numbers for December, 2002 including Overall Market Share, Top 300 Comics and Top 50 Graphic Novels/TPB's.
Writer Joe Casey talks extensively about his work on 'Adventures of Superman,' and 'Automatic Kafka,' how his approach to writing each title differs and what you can expect next. Plus, a three page 'Kafka' preview.
'We're Going Out With a Bang, And I Mean That In Every Sense.': Robert Rodi on Wrapping Up 'Codename: Knockout'
It was Vertigo's 'Bad Girl' book, although from the beginning, 'Codename: Knockout' defied expectations. Next spring, writer Robert Rodi brings the series to a close and talks to CBR News on what to expect from the final stories.
Kurt Busiek does the "chicken in every pot" promise one better -- with a free "Astro City" in December WildStorm comics.
Image Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping in February, 2003.
Marvel Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping in February, 2003.
DC Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping in February, 2003.
It stands as one of the great superhero deaths of all time: Supergirl, dying in the battle to save reality in "Crisis on Infinite Earths." But current DC Comics publisher tried to save the Girl of Steel from death, by bringing her back to life in another series.
Matt Wagner talks 'Trinity,' 'Grendel: God and the Devil,' his work doing covers for 'Green Arrow' (and why he's still at it, despite the challenges it poses) and a little piece of news about when readers can expect to see 'Mage III' in stores.
It seems the lives of three heroines who inhabit a clock tower in Gotham City will find their lives shortened dramatically as the WB is set to cancel the television series 'Birds of Prey.'
CBR's Arune Singh examines the role of 'real world' comics in today's comic market with creators Chuck Austen, Andi Watson and Terry Moore. What will it take for these books to gain wider acceptance, where do they fit into the current comics market and which is more mainstream, 'real world' or 'superhero' comics?
Stan Lee files suit against Marvel Comics seeking a $10 million dollar judgment alleging the publisher has reneged on financial promises.
'Spider-Man: Quality of Life' computer artist Scott Sava returns to his self-published creation, 'The Lab,' this January. CBR has a look at some exclusive artwork and talks to the artist.
Hawkman artist Rags Morals talks about his work on 'Hawkman,' what his work ethic is and a look at what's come before.
Editor Mark Chiarello discusses DC's new anthology book 'Solo,' coming in 2003, plus an early look at artwork by Richard Corben.
DC Comics unveils much of their 2003 line-up for retailers in Los Angeles, including new team books with old titles, lots of Batman and JLA and much more.
This weekend, DC talked to retailers about the next 'Astro City' miniseries. Meanwhile, Kurt Busiek talked to CBR News.