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This March it won't be child's play for Cassie Hack and Vlad as they battle a horror movie icon in "Hack/Slash vs. Chucky." We spoke with Tim Seeley about the one-shot and major developments for the future.
With the passing of Captain Dynamo, it's up to his five super-powered illegitimate children to step up and protect Tower City, now overrun by Dynamo's enemies. We spoke with Jay Faerber about the series.
Vaughan announced on his official site today that he's been hired by the hit show as Executive Story Editor.
The year's most outrageous villainess return with an even bolder mini-series, "The Good, The Bad & The Lovely." We spoke to Jimmie Robinson about his controversial creation, and why she's poised to take over Image Comics.
DC Comics has unleashed upon us a bevy of full-color previews of some of the publisher's most popular titles shipping in January. Take an advance look at "Superman/Batman" # 34, "Teen Titans" #42, and the first issue of "Grifter And Midnighter."
CBR's Arune Singh sat down with writer Mike Carey to look back on what has been a huge year for him, with a look forward at what's coming next, including a Minx graphic novel he's co-writing with his daughter.
Boom! Studios has provided CBR News with an advance look at the first issue of the hotly anticipated new Warhammer series, "Damnation Crusade." We've got ten full-color pages, so dig in.
Dynamite Entertainment has provided CBR News with some full-color previews of "Highlander" #2 and "The Lone Ranger" #3, both shipping to stores this week.
In an interview with USA Today, Stephen King remarked on a number of aspects of his working with Jae Lee and his other collaborators on the Marvel Comics "Dark Tower" adaptations. UPDATED Now with trailer!
Image Comics' "Impaler" has received gold star reviews across the net, thanks in no small part to the visuals by Nick Postic and Nick Marinkovich. The duo gave CBR an in-depth look at the art of the series.
Checker Books will collect previously uncollected CrossGen books in 2007, with "Sojourn," "Scion," "Way of the Rat," "The Path" and others to come.
Writer Antony Johnston catches readers up on Oni Press' sci-fi epic, "Wasteland," and explains how RPG's made him the writer he is. We provide a full primer on the series, plus a preview of issue #5.
CBR's John Mayo has the estimated sales stats for the Top 300 Comics and Top 100 trades in November, 2006. "Civil War" #5 leads the pack with an estimated 272,000+ copies sold.
"Freshmen" co-creator Hugh Sterbakov discusses the creation of the comic, what "Freshmen" has meant to him personally, a tease of what's the come and numerous other topics in this lengthy interview.
Dynamite Entertainment has provided CBR News with advance looks at new issues of two of their best series, "Red Sonja" and "Darkman Vs. Army Of Darkness."
To celebrate the launch of the Marvel comics series based on his epic "The Dark Tower," Stephen King will appear at NYCC to join a special panel to discuss the "Dark Tower" project.
Previously covered by CBR News this summer, writer Chip Mosher's ambitious "Left On Mission" has found a home at Boom! Studios.
The Hulk may have vanished, but his villains remain. This January, its She-Hulk's job to stop them. CBR News spoke with the "She-Hulk" creative team of Dan Slott and Rick Burchett about the book.
This week, CBR launches a new series of articles called STUDIO TOURS, where your favorie comic creator take us into their studio or office and show us where the magic happens. We launch our series with a look inside Marvel Editor-in-Chief Joe Quesada's home studio.
It's week 32 as the Titans hold a recruitment drive, our space bound friends make plans to take on Lady Styx and Ralph's quest takes him from China to ... well, you're just going to have read Justin's latest in this weeks THE 52 STEPS.
Marvel Comics sent out an e-mail with the question "Is this the new Fantastic Four" and a single image by Michael Turner. Could this be a quick look at what's to come?
It's a week of tragic battles on CBULR, as Brian tells the tales of Batman vs his own Bat-brother, DC vs Archie, and Blue Beetle vs. Obesity!
Image Comics has released their solicitations for comics shipping March, 2007. Included are the new books like Jay Faerber's "Dynamo 5," "After The Cape," "Bomb Queen III" #1 and much more. UPDATED 12/18/06 with listings for "Age of Bronze" and "Strongarm."
In this month's "Civil War: War Crimes," Iron Man must consider an offer of aid from the Kingpin. CBR News spoke with writer Frank Tieri at length about the one-shot which explores how "Civil War" has affected the criminals of the Marvel U.
Devil's Due Publishing announced today the licensing of popular online Flash cartoon "Xombie" for comic book release.
Writer Josh Dysart talks to CBR News about the upcoming Dark Horse mini-series, "Conan and the Midnight God," the tale of a forty-six year old Conan's mid-life crisis, inspired by Robert E. Howard, H.P. Lovecraft and Sam Peckinpah.
Mam Tor has provided CBR News with a fifteen page preview of Matt Coyle's gorgeous new graphic novel, "Worry Doll," which publisher Liam Sharpe likens to the works of David Lynch, Neil Gaiman & Dave McKean.
Three years ago Keith Giffen and Ross Richie penned "Dominion" at Image. Next February, the series begins anew at Boom! Studios. CBR News spoke with Richie about the series and other assorted Boom! News.
Image Comics has provided CBR News with a five page preview of the Marvel Comics crossover, "Cyberforce/X-Men" by Ron Marz and Pat Lee. Also in this advance look is the variant cover by Marc Silvestri!
This month in "Arthur Magainze," writer Alan Moore offers up a 12,000 word essay on 25,000 years of pornography. CBR News has an exclusive excerpt of this essay which, shall we say, is intended for mature readers only.
Marvel Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping March, 2007. We've got the full list for ya.
The war between G.I. Joe and Cobra is about to heat up and CBR News spoke with the men in charge of the escalation, the new writers of "G.I. Joe America's Elite," Mike O'Sullivan and Mark Powers
This February, "Civil War" ends and the rebuilding begins. CBR News spoke with writer Brian Bendis about the rebuilding he's doing in "Civil War: The Initiative" and "New Avengers."
Kaare Andrew's fascinating tale of an aged Spider-Man has proved to be both a critical and commercial success, with the first issue selling out at Diamond. Marvel Comics has provided CBR News with a look at the reprint edition, and a preview of issue #2!
Greg Hatcher tells the story of one of his 12-year old students, Tiffany, who was told she couldn't adapt a Tamora Pierce ("White Tiger") story for a class comic assignment because it was copyrighted. What Tiffany does next is a story that should not be missed.
DC Comics has released pages from this Wednesday's "Sandman Mystery Theatre: Sleep of Reason" #1 by John Ney Rieber and Eric Nguyen.
The Comic Book Legal Defense Fund has released a list of their year-end auctions, with proceeds going to defend comics creators and free speech all over the country. Featured items include original art, signed collectibles, and Frank Miller's actual chair.
To commemorate the release of their own comic, hip-hop legends Public Enemy performed a surprise show for fans in the parking lot of Phoenix, AZ's Atomic Comics.
DC Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics shipping March, 2007 and we've got the full listing for ya.
Veteran comics creator Martin Nodell, best known as the creator of the Golden Age Green Lantern, died Saturday. He was 91.