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DC Comics ties down "New X-Men" writer Grant Morrison to an exclusive contract and brings back Neil Gaiman to help launch the latest "Books of Magic" series.
Udon reveals their plans for the 'Street Fighter' comic, plus back-up stories in each issue with #1 containing a story featuring art by Joe Madureira.
During a spotlight panel at CCI on Friday, Grant Morrison talked his exclusive contract with DC, leaving 'New X-Men,' and what his plans are for the DCU.
TOKYOPOP reveals their upcoming plans, announcing a number of new titles, including one which rocker Courtney Love is attached to.
'We're building our own little corner of the universe,' revealed Johns and Winick during a panel Friday at CCI in San Diego.
The state of the various Batman titles was discussed during a panel at CCI in San Diego with a look at what's coming next from the various Bat-teams.
CrossGen announces the return of artist Mike Ploog to comics, who'll be joining J.M. DeMatteis on 'Abadazab.' Plus, upcoming title plans and creator movements on the entire CrossGen line.
Team Red Star lets Geoff Johns play in their Universe, Lady Death 10th Anniversary plans begin, "My Uncle Jeff's" Damon Hurd's next book and an inking machine.
Loads of news came out of the 'DC Comics/Wildstorm: Comics Gone Wild' panel at Comic-Con including what Jim Lee's up to for the next three years, J. Scott Campbell has some new work and much more. Fixed
Legendary comic creator Sal Buscema talks about his length career on a panel at Comic-Con International in San Diego moderated by Mark Evanier.
Neil Gaiman shared with fans in attendance at Comic-Con International the first ever screening of 'A Short Film about John Bolton,' followed up by questions about the movies and comics.
Image Comics provided CBR with a number of images for new series coming out later this year, to be unveiled by the company this Saturday at Comic-Con International.
Pictures from the convention floor during Preview Night at Comic-Con International in San Diego (woooooo, with porn star action figures to boot. Seriously. No, seriously.).
IDW Publishing announced at Comic-Con International that later this year they'll be publishing a new series of comics based on the FX television series 'The Shield.'
'Whiskey Dickel,' 'Terminator' and '3 Days in Europe' artist Mike Hawthorne is set to take over the artistic duties on Oni's 'Queen & Country' beginning with issue #21. Hawthorne talked with CBR New and prodivided loads of preview art.
Coming in 2004 from Jimmy Palmiotti, Justin Gray and Juan Santacruz is a new Wildstorm series, 'The Twilight Experiment.' Palmiotti and Gray discuss the series with CBR News.
More pictures from Comic-Con International in San Diego. Loads of creators, booths, costumed folk. Even some barely wearing anything at all! Take a look at what it was like on the floor on Thursday July 17th, 2003.
Devil's Due talks upcoming "GI Joe," "Voltron" story arcs at Comic-Con International in San Diego on Thursday.
Judd Winick jumps into crime comics with both feet with not one, but three crime stories in one DC maxiseries, "Caper."
DC Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping October, 2003.
Wizard Conventions Inc. has announced plans for a March, 2004 show called Wizard World Los Angeles, to be held at the Long Beach Convention Center.
Darwyn Cooke details his upcoming project 'DCU: The New Frontier' for CBR News, describing what fans will find inside of the massive piece of work coming from DC in January of 2003 & where you'll find him at the Comic-Con.
Chuck Dixon talks about his experience working with CrossGen and gives fans insight into the upcoming 'El Cazador' with preview images from the first issue.
Tyler Page tells the mostly autobiographical story of the first time he fell in love, in "Stylish Vittles: I Met a Girl." Third in a five part series profiling this year's nominees for the Eisner Award for Talent Deserving of Wider Recognition.
Characters created within the pages of the Pulitzer Prize winning novel 'The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier and Clay' will find their way to comics this December in a new anthology from Dark Horse. CBR News caught up with Howard Chaykin who told us a bit about his contribution to the book.
Diamond Comics Distributors has released the top comic numbers based on actual sales on product shipped in June, 2003, including Overall Market Share, Top 300 Comics and Top 50 Graphic Novels/TPB's.
Keith Giffen and Colleen Doran create a new world -- in exhaustive detail -- for their new ongoing, "Reign of the Zodiac." The preview includes exclusive images from Doran.
'This is a war comic.' That's Jae Lee talking about Dreamwaves 'Transformers/G.I. Joe' mini-series. He shares some about the story, the challenges of tackling a project like this and why he originally turned it down.
With 'Superman/Batman' hitting store shelves this August, CBR News caught up with Jeph Loeb to learn a little more about the series and his take on each of these great icons.
Following up on Rich Johnston's rumor that the Marvel Knights imprint is to be closed, CBR News spoke with Marvel EIC Joe Quesada to get more on the story.
Two men tell the story of four half-sisters exploring the mystery of how their mothers died in 'Fade from Blue.' Myatt Murphy and Scott Dalrymple are profiled in the second in a five part series covering this year's nominees for the Talent Deserving of Wider Recognition Eisner award.
Series writer Barbara Kesel discusses CrossGen's 'Meridian,' gives you an insight into the character, possible 'Meridian' merchandise and much more.
The new Todd Dezago and Craig Rousseau collaboration isn't available in comics shops: The comic industry veterans self-publish 'The Perhapanauts' and distribute it online and at conventions.
The story of an indestructible stuntman named Billy Andrews who's at the top of his field, except he's a vampire. Vampires, werewolves, stunts, action, they're all here in this new indie by newcomer Alan Scott and 'Private Beach's' David Hahn.
The Eisner Awards get their first Web comic nominee: Justine Shaw's "Nowhere Girl," an online comic about an angry young girl lashing out at the world around her, either spiraling down to self-destruction or finding redemption. First in a five part series covering this year's nominees for the Talent Deserving of Wider Recognition award.
Series writers Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning discuss the double sized issue 25, the 45th anniversary of the Legion and everything else fans of the book would want to know.
Josh Blaylock talks about why he's decided to leave 'G.I. Joe' after twenty-five issues, the pressures of meeting fan expectations, the upcoming 'Transformers vs. G.I. Joe' and what's next for the franchise and the writer.
In part three of our look at 'Gotham Central,' artist Michael Lark shares his view of Gotham's finest, discusses what he brings to the series and how he works with Rucka and Brubaker.
Scott McCloud will be changing the landscape of online comics once again, this time with "The Right Number" using a just launched micropayments system to fund its publication.
In part two of our three part look at DC Comics' 'Gotham Central' Greg Rucka talks about teaming with Ed Brubaker, selling the concept to DC, addresses sales issues and more. Wednesday sees part three with Micahel Lark.