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'Powers' creator Brian Bendis talks about hitting the milestone issue #25 with a look back on the series, how it's changed over the years and what's coming next. Brian also addresses the rumor whether or not he's going exclusive with Marvel.
DC Comics has released solicitation text and images for product shipping August, 2002.
The solicitations text and images for product shipping from Image Comics this August.
'Spider-Man: Blue' artist Tim Sale talks about his work on the mini-series with Jeph Loeb, what most insterests him about Spider-Man and how he changes his art for each project. He even weighs in on who he thinks was the better love for Peter Parker, Gwen Stacy or Mary Jane Watson. Updated with cover of 'Spider-Man: Blue #4.'
Artist Seth Fisher has provided CBR News with a further look at issues 1 and 2 of the new DC/Vertigo series 'Vertigo Pop: Tokyo.'
The Marvel Comics adaptation continues to break records at movie theaters and the soundtrack makes an impressive debut its first week in release.
The popular 1980s animated series follows fellow animated friends "G.I. Joe" and "Transformers" to the printed page in a new series from WildStorm.
Larry Young shares with CBR a first look at a new original graphic novel coming late this year by Joe Casey and Scott Conn, 'Monolith.'
Real-life crusader and sometime presidential candidate Ralph Nader has joined the battle for the future of LPC Group, the independent book publisher that declared bankruptcy last month, and thus endangered the future of Top Shelf, Drawn and Quarterly and other prominent independent comics publishers.
A San Francisco comic shop owner has filed a class action suit against Marvel Comics, alleging the company's late comics and changes in creative teams has cost comic shop owners millions of dollars.
Rich Koslowski, creator of "The 3 Geeks," returns to comics with his magnum opus, "Three Fingers," the true Hollywood story of a very famous cartoon rodent. 10 page preview.
The latest comic adaptation to hit the big screen, 'Spider-Man,' tore it up in Hollywood by breaking records at the box office. Plus a comparison of Spidey's debut to other high-profile comic films. Updated 05-06-02
Writer Bruce Jones discusses Marvel's discusses Marvel unique new book, 'The Call,' with a first look at pencil art by artist Tom Mandrake.
In a first for CBR we bring you not only a four page preview of a comic, Oni Press' 'Pounded #2' but also an audio preview of five of the tracks from 'Pounded: The Official Comic Book Soundtrack.'
When Tom Beland calls his comic "True Story, Swear To God," he means it. Preview eight pages from the third issue of his "True Story, Swear to God: Moments" miniseries inside, featuring, yes, moments ripped from Beland's own life.
The 2002 Harvey Award winners were announced Friday, with DC Comics bringing home seven awards.
'Lucifer' writer Mike Carey talks about the series, what it's like to follow Neil Gaiman, the upcoming 'Lucifer: Nirvana' and 'Furies' with preview images from both, plus much more in this revealing interview.
Warren Ellis announced today that artist Eric Canete would be leaving 'MEK.' CBR News checked in with Canete to find out what's next.
Diamond Comics Distributors releases top comic initial numbers for May, 2002 including Overall Market Share, Top 300 Comics and Top 50 Graphic Novels/TPB's.
Marvel held another one of their semi-regular conference calls and as expected Spider-Man was a major topic of conversation. In attendance were Quesada, Jemas, Rosemann and Alonso.
Image Publisher Jim Valentino shares some details of what to expect in the latest 'Powers' trade paperback.
Earlier this month Sci Fi Channel revealed it's plans to support FCBD with on-air, on-line and an in store promotion with postcards featuring art by Neal Adams. CBR News has an exclusive first look at that artwork.
Jeph Loeb talks about leaving 'Superman' behind and moving forward to his next project starring both Batman and Superman.
Pictures of those in attendance at WonderCon held in Oakland this past weekend.
Seth Fisher, the artist behind 'Green Lantern: Willworld' talks about upcoming projects 'Flash: Time Flies' and 'Vertigo Pop: Tokyo.'
Paul Pope talks about his upcoming stint on Marvel's 'Tangled Web, 'giving CBR News a first look at art from that issue. Plus, details on an upcoming Captain America story he's got in the works.
Writer/Director Kevin Smith will make a June appearance on Jay Leno's late night program not to promote a movie, but a comic book.
Team Red Star announces they'll begin self-publishing the popular title, 'The Red Star,' under the new Archangel Studios name beginning this July. UPDATED Jim Valentino responds to the announcement and Christian Gossett shares with CBR News his reasons for the change and a look towards the future.
Tim Truman may be best known for his ground breaking Western comics work, but there's much more to this artist/writer than just that. Learn about past projects 'Scout' and 'Grimjack' and what's up next with them, upcoming projects with Marvel and why he'll never work for Dark Horse Comics again.
TV Guide has provided CBR with a look at all five of the collectible Spider-Man covers coming April 22nd.
Marvel Comics' Bill Rosemann gives CBR News a look at the first four pages of script and artwork for 'Deadline #2.'
Warner Bros' and Stephen ('Blade') Norrington will write and direct an all new U.S. version of the popular Manga story.
The cable outlet helps get the word out about Free Comic Book Day with a massive, multifaceted promotional effort through their channel and Web site.
Geoff Johns and Scott Kolins, the duo behind DC's 'The Flash,' turn their attentions to Marvel's big orange guy.
The 2002 Eisner nominations, considered the most prestigious comics award, for product produced in 2001 have been announced. Read the full list of nominees here.
Drawn & Quarterly announces sale to fill in the gaps left by the loss of revenue following the Chapter 11 filing of LPC Group.
CBR News has a first look at three of the four covers to the special Spider-Man themed issue of TV Guide hitting stands in just a few short weeks. Updated 4-7-02.
A sequel to the much anticipated 'Spider-Man' film has already been announced with Sam Raimi back in the directors chair.
CBR News has learned that DC Comics has plans to revisit the Justice League of the '80s with a new mini-series by Keith Giffen, J.M. DeMatteis and Kevin Maguire titled "Formerly Known As The Justice League."
In the second part of our interview with 'Dungeons & Dragons' scribe Jeff Limke the writer discusses his thoughts on the industry, how hard it is to break in and learning from your early mistakes.