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Last weekend at the New York Comic-Con, Todd McFarlane laid out his company's plans for the coming year, with news of the new series "Spawn: Godslayer," as well as the much discussed "Spawn/Batman." Today, we've got the pretty pictures.
This May, the opening shots in Marvel's "Civil War" are fired and the results send a vengeance hungry Wolverine on the payback trail. CBR News spoke with new "Wolverine" writer Marc Guggenheim who begins his run with issue #42, which kicks off a storyline titled "Vendetta."
Marvel Comics has released six-page previews for March 22nd shipping books "Black Panther" #14, "Captain America" #16, "Daughters of the Dragon" #3 and "Untold Tales of the New Unvierse: DP7."
With a quick sell out yesterday, DC Comics has sent "Supergirl" #5, the final issue Loeb & Churchill, back to press for a second printing.
Writer J.T. Krul stops by to provide a DVD-style commentary to this week's "Red Sonja" #7, sharing his thoughts on some of his favorite moments from this issue.
Soon, the Crisis will be over and a new DC Universe will be born. With his work on the new ongoing "Blue Beetle" series and as a collaborator on "52," Keith Giffen will be heavily involved in introducing readers to the new DCU. CBR News spoke with Giffen about both series.
As the final reports from last weekend's New York Comic-Con come trickling in, we take a look at one of the last minute additions to the show-- a spotlight on Frank Miller hosted by the CBLDF's Charles Brownstein. Miller discussed comics, movies and much more.
On February 21st, Daniel Way stopped by the CBR chat room to discuss his past work, his upcoming "Wolverine" plans, the one book he'd never write for Marvel and his true feelings about Steve Dillon. We've got the transcript for you.
DC Comics today released five preview pages from "52" #1, which fills the gap between the "One Year Later" event that's taken over the DC Universe.
As the last New York Comic Con reports trickle in, we bring you CBR's report from the Slave Labor Comics panel. Will we see a Zombie Bambi Comic? Only CBR knows.
Next month, the Thunderbolts reach their milestone 100th issue and celebrate by changing their book's title from "New Thunderbolts" to "Thunderbolts," returning to the series' original numbering. We spoke with writer Fabian Nicieza about the special issue and what's next for Marvel's team of repenting rogues.
This week, Robert sits down with "Exiles" creators Tony Bedard and Paul Pelletier. What plans do they have in store for the book? Where's the "World Tour" taking them? What's next? Come inside to find out.
A living legend made his presence felt on the last day of the New York Comic Con, in one of the final panels of the day. Jim Steranko spoke about his life, career and far more, in our continuing coverage of the NYCC.
Monday evening, Speakesy Comics announced that the company would be ceasing operations effective immediately. We spoke with Speakeasy Chief Adam Fortier about the decision.
Friday and Saturday were too wildly different days at the first New York Comic-Con. Where Friday was punctuated by enthusiastic fans, Saturday saw overcrowding and a show shut down that led to angry and disappointed fans.
The DCU promised to be "better than ever" for fans at the New York Comic Con. We have a complete report of what else you can expect in the DCU.
There's more going on at the New York Comic Con than news from Marvel and DC, so CBR is happy to take a gander at Terry Zwigoff's adaptation of Daniel Clowes' "Art School Confidential." Full review inside.
The thrills from the New York Comic Con continue, as Marvel has announced Mike Carey as the new writer of "Ultimate Fantastic Four." CBR News spoke to the scribe briefly and learned what to expect.
The New York Comic Con ended today, but not without some more intimate panels for fans, such as the talk with Brad Meltzer. The scribe dished about his comic book fan origin and what he really thinks about the "Identity Crisis" controversy.
Last but not least, DC presented audiences with more news about their Wildstorm and CMX lines. Come see what fans learned on Day Three of the New York Comic Con.
What do you do after you repulse an invasion of super powered foreign soldiers? Well if you're two members of The Ultimates you hit the road perhaps for some much needed vacation. Readers of this summer's "Ultimates" Annual will find that this road trip is anything but relaxing. CBR News spoke with the writer Charlie Huston about the annual.
Marvel wrapped things up with their discussion of the popular "Ultimate" comic book line. On this final day of the New York Comic Con, Marvel staff answered your questions and made some big announcements.
Jim Lee fans, it's your lucky day, as CBR has an in-depth transcription of the fan favorite artist's panel from the New York Comic Con. Lee dishes on everything you'd like to know about and revealed his next big DC project.
During the Cup O' Joe panel at the New York Comic-Con, Marvel EiC Joe Quesada announced the publisher has signed artist John Romita Jr. to a new, five-year contract. We caught up the artist to learn about the deal and his new project, "The Eternals," with Neil Gaiman.
Announced Saturday at the New York Comic-Con, Italian artist Simone Bianchi ("Green Lantern," "Shining Knight") has signed an exclusive contract with the publisher. We caught up with Bianchi to see what this means for him.
Things heated up on Day Two of the New York Comic Con, as Marvel revealed even more about the future of the universe. Details and preview art inside.
Things are changing in the DCU and at the New York Comic Con, DC Comics wasn't about to let you forget that. A number of creators and fans were on hand to hear Dan Didio speak about the future of DC's superheroes.
Even after "House Of M," things aren't so gleeful for Marvel Comics' merry mutants. Mayhem, monsters and menaces abound in the future of the X-Men and the remaining mutants, as Marvel Comics revealed at the New York Comic Con.
If you're a superhero, the free ride is over, as "Civil War" erupts in the Marvel Universe, a place not known for being overtly kind to its heroes. Joe Quesada & Co talked to comic book fans at the New York Comic Con about the crossover and answered questions.
A posting on the New York Comic-Con's Web site indicates that due to overwhelming interest, convention organizers have suspended the sale of tickets on Sunday, while those who've already paid will be guaranteed access to the show.
The news came fast and furious at Todd McFarlane's NY Comic-Con panel, including revelation of an upcoming "Spawn/Batman" series with DC Comics, "Spawn 2" film news, the B&W "Spawn: Godslayer" and much more.
Day Two of the New York Comic Con has been filled with many surprises, both good and bad, but fans were thrilled to see Kevin Smith again. The noted filmmaker spoke candidly about his current projects, late comic book projects and if he'll come back to the industry.
In celebration of Black History Month, CBR presents a series of interviews with black creators, past, present, and future. Today we sit down with Reginald Hudlin, writer of "Black Panther" and head of entertainment at BET.
"All Star Batman & Robin, The Boy Wonder" will feature a six-page Batcave foldout by Jim Lee and we've got a look at it for ya.
Before Wolverine gets involved in Marvel's epic "Civil War" storyline, he will risk everything to save the life of an innocent baby girl who is the key to ending civil war in an African nation. This is the plot of April's "Wolverine" #41, from writer Stuart Moore and artist C.P. Smith. CBR News spoke with Moore about the issue.
Today at the New York Comic Con, Marvel Comics announced their exclusive contract with New York Times best selling author Tamora Pierce, who will be writing a new "White Tiger" series. Includes the press release and promo art.
The shadow of the Vietnam War still looms over many Americans. This summer, writer Jason Aaron takes readers back to that conflict in "The Other Side" a five issue mini-series from Vertigo. CBR news spoke to Aaron about the series which follows the strange and frightening journey of soldiers on opposite sides of the war.
At Marvel Comics' first panel of the New York Comic Con, the company covered everything from Gods, to mutants, to Avengers. Check out what CBR learned about the future of the Marvel Universe.
CBR's coverage of the New York Comic Con continues, as we report on the DC Comics/Vertigo panel. It was a brief event, but fans won't want to miss the updates on their favorite series.
If you've ever read a comic featuring the Creeper, you undoubtedly couldn't forget the surreal styling of the character or his trademark laugh. This June, the Creeper is back in a new, six-issue mini-series written by Steve Niles with art by Justiniano. We caught up with Niles to learn more about his plans.