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Marvel announces the fourth volume of the Marvel Encyclopedia, just in time for this summer's "Spider-Man" sequel. Writer Jeff Youngquist tells readers what to expect from the forthcoming book.
Marvel announces a grab-bag of Marvel Universe news Sunday in Chicago, including nailing down the creative teams on Avengers' solo books and the news that Garth Ennis will be taking "Punisher" beyond the Comics Code Authority when the book moves to Marvel's Max line.
DC/WildStorm locks down a fan favorite creator in an exclusive contract, announces a new superhero title that puts a superhero in Gracie Mansion as the mayor of New York City, and talked about the future of "Planetary" and America's Best Comics at a Sunday panel at WizardWorld Chicago.
The new writer for "GI Joe" and a bit about Paul Jenkins' "GI Joe: Frontline" issue, Alan Moore's "The Courtyard" gets a companion and Beau Smith shows his softer side with "Courting Fate."
It's day two of Wizard World Chicago and we've got pictures! Creators, creatures and croutons! Well, no croutons, we needed a third word and it was the first one that came to mind, but we do have loads of photos straight from the convention floor. Check it out!
David Mack talks about his upcoming run on Marvel's "Daredevil" which will be followed up by work on his own "Kabuki" in early 2004.
Roaring Studios and Image Comics take comic readers into the world of one of today's top fantasy novel series, in their adaptation of George R. R. Martin's "The Hedge Knight."
DC Comics locks up another fan-favorite creator, Phil Jimenez, in an exclusive contract, the company announced Friday at WizardWorld Chicago. The company also spotlighted upcoming DC/Vertigo products at a panel for attendees.
That's right, it's back! The CBR Photo Parade returns with pictures from day one on the convention floor at Wizard World Chicago 2003!
George Pérez to draw spring 2004 miniseries that sees the CrossGen Universe consumed by all-out war.
Long-expected and finally announced, Marvel has at last announced "Ultimate Fantastic Four," along with its all-star creative team, at Wizard World Chicago on Friday.
New stuff from "Snake Pliskin Chronicles" William O'Neil on the horizon, John Layman gets "Puffed" up, Tim Sale art book and Krueger's "Footsoldiers" to return.
DC Comics finalizes the new Superman creative teams, and announces new miniseries with familiar faces (or in one case, a familiar facelessness) appearing in Metropolis for the first time, and Superman battles one of his legendary foes for the first time. Updated with additional art
Grant Morrison talks extensively with CBR news about possible plans for 'Superman' and 'Captain Marvel Jr.,' details what actually went on between him and Marvel President Bill Jemas regarding 'Marvel Boy 2,' and loads more on a variety of projects and subjects.
Writer Justin Gray discusses his new DC project 'Monolith' with co-creator Jimmy Palmiotti and art by Phil Winslade. Three pages of preview art.
Artist Liam Sharp updates fans on 'The Possessed,' how fans reacted to his work during his recent visit to Comic-Con International and how his art has evolved from issue #1 to #2.
Artist Scott Kolins discusses his run on Marvel's 'Avengers,' what the biggest challengers were for him artistically in drawing this many characters and why leaving 'Flash' with #200 was the right choice for him. UPDATED with additional art.
Writer Antony Johnston spoke with CBR News about his three new original graphic novels coming from Oni Press in 2004: the psychodrama 'Spooked,' the Shakespeare update 'Julius' and the horror filled 'Closer,' with copious amounts of preview art included.
Marvel Comics has released a seven-page preview of 'Supreme Power' by J. Michael Straczynski and Gary Frank in stores this Wednesday.
J. Torres talks about writing 'Teen Titans Go!', the companion comic to the new Cartoon Network series. Plus, a preview of three Todd Nauck penciled pages from the series.
Marvel Comics announced today that Joe Quesada's position as Editor-in-Chief will continue into the forseeable future and other key editors within the company have been elevated.
Series writer Geoff John talks extensively about plans for the Flash post issue #200, plus a look at art from issue #201 by incoming flash artist Alberto Dosé.
'Clark Kent will begin having some very bad days the minute I take over for my run.' That's new 'Action Comics' series writer Chuck Austen who discusses his take on the character.
More 'Superman' creative news, Oeming and Wheatley 'Hammer' it out and 'Isotope' wins Best of the Bay: July 29th Comic Wire Wrap
Kurt Busiek and Ron Garney to tackle the icon that is Superman, Mike Oeming reveals changes for 'Hammer of the Gods' and Mark Wheatley talks about the series on NPR and the San Francisco Bay Guardian bestows their 'Best Comic Book' store award.
Writer Bill Willingham teases some more, possibly, about the possible Superman project he's working on and Chris Claremont says 'Gen13' will end soon.
2004 will see some major changes for the Superman line of books from DC. Today, Jim Lee revealed that he would be taking over the artistic chores on the main title with writer Brian Azzarello
Comic-Con Internationals Directory of Marketing and Public Relations David Glanzer spoke with CBR News about how the 2003 show went, talked attendance figures, addressed rumors about the show and what you can expect in 2004.
Neil Gaiman talks to fans at Comic-Con International about '1602', the Miracleman case and his upcoming film and book projects.
Kitson not on 'L.E.G.I.O.N.,' 'X-Men Unlimited' no more and keep comics in EW: July 25th Comic Wire wrap
Barry Kitson rebukes some rumors, 'X-Men Unlimited' shuts down with two replacements on the way and Larry Young implores you to write letters to your EW editor.
Marvel Comics has sent out a large selection of character sketches and previous pages from the upcoming "1602" #1.
CrossGen Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping October, 2003.
Image Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping October, 2003.
Marvel Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping October, 2003.
Acclaimed indie comic creator David Hahn of "Private Beach" teams up with the "American Century" writing team for DC/Vertigo's "Bite Club," a story of vampire mobsters in Miami, coming in 2004.
McFarlane's 10th Anniversary story done, Beland's 'True Story' happy ending: News Wrap for July 23, 2003
That Image Comics 10th Anniversary Hardcover is closer to being realized than ever before and Tom Beland shares a story of overwhelming loss and then overwhelming triumph.
Adam Kubert talks about his career path and passions at his spotlight panel at Comic-Con International in San Diego.
A year-long JLA miniseries by Joe Kelly is announced and various other creators, including Howard Chaykin, have their way with the JLA in the meantime in 2004. Plus more news from DC's super teams panel from Sunday at Comic-Con International.
News and notes from the final day of CCI, including a Tim Sale art book on the way, Gaiman talks Miracleman rights, Harms' next original graphic novel and breaking into the industry. UPDATED with a comment from Bill Willingham regarding Superman.
The final batch of photos from Comic-Con International in San Diego, plus video from the convention floor on Saturday.
SAN DIEGO, DAY FOUR: Wonder Men: Rucka's DC exclusive, talks 'Wonder Woman,' Brubaker talks 'Catwoman'
DC Comics announced at CCI that writer Greg Rucka has signed an exclusive deal with the publisher, after which Rucka and Brubaker talked further about 'Wonder Woman,' 'Gotham Central' and 'Catwoman.'