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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.
In part one of our three part look at DC Comics' 'Gotham Central' Ed Brubaker discusses the series, its origins, waiting for Michael Lark and some shocking events coming to the title. Tomorrow, Greg Rucka.
Marvel's Joe Quesada, Bill Jemas and Neil Gaiman got together with the comics press on friday to discuss the upcoming '1602' event. Included are new preview images from issue #1. UPDATED 1:00 PM PDT Full text of the conference now online.
In 1982 a groundbreaking special effetcs film called "Tron" wowed movie goers. This winter, a new four issue mini-series based on the 'Tron 2.0' video game hopes to wow readers in much the same way.
The team behind 'Voltron' discuss what they've done to make this more than just a nostalgic revival and the careful balancing act of being faithful to the source material vs. making a comic that'll appeal to a contemporary reader. Includes exclusive artwork from issue #3.
Jason Thompson, one of the editors of the hit Manga anthology 'Shonen Jump,' talks about the magazine and a personal webcomic called 'The Stiff.'
'I'm doing the best art I've ever done…,' says artist Randy Green of his work on 'Emma Frost.' He discusses landing the gig, defends his sexy art style and why you should pick up the book in July.
Marvel Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping September, 2003.
The artist behind Wildstorm's upcoming 'The Possessed' talks about landing the job as series artist and shares some insight into the story and characters populating the book.
Image Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping in September, 2003.
Early this week we learned Waid had been removed from 'Fantastic Four' and message boards immediately erupted with conversation and debate. CBR News caught up with Waid to see how he felt about the reaction.
Series writer Karl Bollers discusses 'Emma Frost' and themes such as independence, family secrets, loss of innocence, and sexuality. Six Page preview of the issue #1.
Mark Waid has been fired from writing 'Fantastic Four' and Marvel Comics' Joe Quesada responds to criticism from fans regarding the decision with an open letter.
Jock, the UK artist on DC/Vertigo's 'The Losers' talks about his introduction to American comics, what you can expect from the series, his name and Jock reveals his musical side by sharing two MP3s from his musical days to listen to.
DC Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping in September, 2003.
Following the events of earlier this week, Top Cow has filed a counter suit against Aspen MLT regarding rights to a number of properties including "Fathom."
Diamond Comics Distributors has released the top comic numbers based on actual sales on product shipped in May, 2003, including Overall Market Share, Top 300 Comics and Top 50 Graphic Novels/TPB's.
Chuck Austen updates fans on where 'Superman: Metropolis' is headed and talks about the arrival of new penciller Teddy Kristiansen. A discussion of the themes explored in the series, who Jimmy Olsen really is as well as a teaser for how the series will end.
Brad Kayl, one part of the team that brings you 'The Red Star,' talks about Archangel Studios next book, 'Assassin,' a story set 100 years in the future of one such assassin who starts to question the work he does for his country.
Michael Turner, the creator of "Fathom," and his newly created Aspen Comics has announced they filed a federal lawsuit against Top Cow, Turner's former publisher, regarding copyright infringement of "Fathom."
Keith Giffen's cult favorite superhero teleports back into comics this summer in the pages of "Lobo Unbound," and Giffen announces the next "Lobo" project: a holiday crossover with one of the most popular superhero teams of the past five years.
Kerry Callen talks about his all ages creation, 'Halo and Sprocket,' his influences as a comic creator and the juggling act of making comics while keeping a day job.
Marvel Comics held one of its regular press conferences today. In attendance were Joe Quesada, Bill Jemas, Mark Millar, Axel Alonso and Mike Doran to discuss 'Trouble.' Included is a six-page preview of 'Trouble' #1.
You're trapped in a theme park costume, and you've just been dropped off in the worst neighborhood in town and you need to get someone to unzip your crotch to get you out of your suit. John Layman talks his new black comedy, "Puffed."
The California Supreme Court rules that a "Jonah Hex" parody depiction did not infringe the rights of blues musicians Johnny and Edgar Winter.
'Gun Fu' creator Howard Shum discusses the next chapter in the series, 'Gun Fu: The Lost City,' hitting comic shops this August, and what role comic legend Dave Sim played in the creation of this series.
Beckett Comics has provided CBR News with a look at 'Terminator 3: Before The Rise,' which contains the official prequel story to the upcoming movie.
CBR's own Rob Worley goes from writing about comics to writing one, with "Young Ancient One" from Marvel Comics' new Epic line.
Publisher Larry Young shares a special six page preview of "Switchblade Honey," Warren Ellis' graphic novel coming this July from AiT/Planet Lar.
Writer-artist Mark Smylie takes the field once again, with the book that earned him a 2001 Eisner Award nomination: Artesia rides again in CBR's exclusive preview.
It's American Idol for the Spandex set as Todd Nauck introduces the would-be superheroes of "WildGuard" to comic fans -- and comic fans vote on who makes the cut to join the team.
Marvel releases three promotional pages to tease their new Neil Gaiman written project, "1602." In Marvel's words: "This August, EVERYTHING Changes ..."
Diamond Comics Distributors has released the top comic numbers based on actual sales on product shipped in April, 2003, including Overall Market Share, Top 300 Comics and Top 50 Graphic Novels/TPB's.