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This July, John Layman and Scott Eaton introduce readers to the new guardians of Latveria in the pages of Marvel's "Fantastic Four: House of M." On Wednesday of this week, the final issue of Layman's other Marvel comic, "Gambit," is released. Layman spoke to CBR News about both series.
This July sees the release of "Chocolate Thunder," a 140 page OGN by writer/artist Jeremy Love that embraces the 1970s Blaxploitation movement with a bit of Kung Fu thrown in for good measure. We spoke with love about the book.
With "Mr. T" taking comics by storm once again, we caught up with series writer Chris Bunting to learn more about the book and to get a massive preview of what's to come.
This July Salvador Vázquez and Daniel Perez take readers south of the border and into a dark futuristic world in "El Arsenal: Unknown Enemy," a world filled with heavily armed mercenaries who are regulated and recruited by an underground organization called The System. We spoke with Vázquez about the Arcana Studios series.
February/March of 2006 sees a total of four comics conventions going off in a five week period. Two of those take place on the same weekend. We spoke with MegaCon's Beth Widera to see how this announcement affects the Orlando show, while New York Comic-Con's Greg Topalian spoke with us about plans for their show.
Hal Jordan may be back, but that doesn't mean the Guardians of the Universe can rest any easier. Interstellar war is shaking up the cosmos and powerful, unknown threats lurk in the stygian depths of space. This September the darkness of space is once again lit by emerald light with "Green Lantern Corps: Recharge" at DC. Writer Dave Gibbons spoke to CBR News about the mini-series.
Marvel Comics has provided CBR news with a six-page preview of "Fantastic Four" #528, by J. Michael Straczynski and Mike McKone, which ships to comic shops at the end of this month.
This July, a new dangerous era for the G.I. Joe team begins in the specially priced $.25 cent issue #0 of the new monthly book "G.I. Joe: America's Elite" by Joe Casey and Stefano Casseli. Casey provided CBR News with an intelligence report on the title.
Memorial Day weekend saw the 59th Annual Reuben Awards Weekend of the National Cartoonists Society take place in Scottsdale, Arizona. Our own Scott Shaw! was in attendance and filed this report.
Today sees the release of Doug TenNapel's latest graphic novel, "Earthboy Jacobus." From the creator of "Earthworm Jim," "Creature Tech" and "Tommysaurus Rex," you can expect it to be different. We sat down with TenNapel to learn more about the Image release.
Reed Exhibitions, the organizers of the massive Bookexpo America, have announced the launch of the New York Comic-Con for February 25th and 26th of 2006.
This fall, Ty Gorton, Josh Medors and Jay Fotos get together to tell the epic adventure "Runes of Ragnan," an authentic Viking mythology fused with fantasy, but grounded with the rules of the real world. We spoke with Gorton about the series and got a preview.
With the first issue of Marvel's Summer Blockbuster Mini-Series "House Of M" Sold Out, the company is offering up a Gatefold Variant Cover of issue #1 by artist Olivier Coipel to ship June 29th.
As Wizard World Philly wound down Sunday, Marvel Comics found time to let fans of their Ultimate line of comics get a sneak peak into the future.
A very different sequel to the Hellboy movie, Hellboy's new path after "Hellboy: The Island," a Hellboy animated series on Cartoon Network, the possibility of more Hellboy crossovers and a project telling what Hellboy did in 1950s Mexico were all on the agenda in Mike Mignola's Sunday Wizard World Philly panel.
Batman returns to his solo roots once more and his chosen successor will be revealed in the near future, Bat-fans were told at Sunday's Wizard World Philadelphia Year of the Bat panel.
In January of 2006, legendary artist Joe Kubert returns to writing and drawing one of the characters with whom he's most closely associated, in "Sgt. Rock: The Prophecy," a six-issue mini-series. The story takes Rock and Easy Company into the Russian Front in a desperate mission that just might shorten the war. Kubert spoke to CBR News about the project.
Many think that their inevitable death will offer the answers to all of life's mysteries. When Brandon Cayce dies, he discovers the opposite is true: His death is the beginning of a whole new mystery. Cayce is the star of "Deadman," a new ongoing series from Vertigo by writer Bruce Jones and artist John Watkiss coming in 2006. CBR News spoke to Jones about the series.
J. Michael Straczynski spills the beans at Wizard World Philly about his upcoming projects, projects that aren't happening, as well as revealing the truth behind Wolverine the Avenger, what sort of parents the Richards are and more about Aunt May's love life than some readers will want to think about.
Marvel Editor-in-Chief Joe Quesada jumps all over the Marvel Universe in Saturday Q&A session at Wizard World Philly.
Saturday at Wizard World Philly, Marvel Comics Editor-in-Chief Joe Quesada and Editor Tom Brevoort hinted at the sweeping changes overwhelming the Marvel Universe this summer and beyond thanks to the mistress of the House of M.
An all-star line-up of DC Universe editors and writers take on the fans at Wizard World Philly, talking about projects hitting shops later this year.
Geoff Johns has announced he'll be taking a short break from DC's "JSA" title with inker Keith Champagne stepping in to handle the writing chores of "JSA" #78 - 80.
Marvel Comics has provided CBR News with a six-page preview of this month's "Black Panther" #5 by Reginald Hudlin and John Romita Jr..
DC Comics embraces the future of comics â€“ one year into the future â€“ in the wake of the "Infinite Crisis" series, DC Comics President Dan DiDio revealed Friday at Wizad World Philly.
Joe Quesada and Chris Claremont answered all questions X at Wizard World Philly on Friday, including the burning question "When is Lockheed going to finally get some?"
The Aspen Comics creative team talked recent and upcoming releases Friday at Wizard World Philly.
"Gun Fu" creator Howard Shum has a new comic coming out next month. "Fat Boy & Harvey" stars a strugling artist and his kung-fu loving cousing from Hong Kong and together they have crazy adventures with Hollywood celebs. Plus, how does Dave Sim figure into Shum's future? See inside.
This July writer Marc Bryant and artist Patrick McEvoy introduce you to "The Gatesville Company," a new series coming from Speakeasy about a town where anything can (and does) happen.
This August in a special two-part storyline of "Teen Titans," Gail Simone and Rob Liefeld revive one of the DCU's heroic legacies, Hawk and Dove. Simone spoke with CBR News about the new duo, fufilling the dream of writing The Titans and working with a controversial artist like Liefeld.
This July sees the release of the OGN "Seal Team Seven" from AiT/Plant Lar. Written by Marine Corps Reservist M. Zachary Sherman, the book follows one Navy Seal Team trying to stop a coming invasion from the citizens of Atlantis.
Unfortunately, most of you probably aren't familiar with the work of Doug Miers. The creator of "The Taxman," "The Exec" and "Generic Comics," he passed away earlier this year from a sudden heart attack. He was 42. We look back at who he was and talk with his daughter Valerie about his work.
DC Comics has announced they have signed former CrossGen Art Director artist Bart Sears to a two-year exclusivity agreement with the publisher.
The long wait for the fans of the cancelled cult sci-fi western series "Firefly" is almost over. This September, the feature film "Serenity" hits theaters and in July, Dark Horse will release a three-issue "Serenity" mini-series that bridges the gap between the TV series and film, co-written by Joss Whedon and Brett Matthews. CBR News spoke with Matthews about book.
Sal Abbinanti and Speakeasy Comics have provided CBR News with a five page preview of the June 1st shipping "Atomika" #3.
IDW Editor-In-Chief Chris Ryall sat down with CBR News to discuss the publisher's upcoming plans for "Transformers," with an October bow for the new series.
Marvel Comics announced today that artist Alan Davis will be moving from the confines of "Uncanny X-Men" to the new mini-series "Fantastic Four: The End."
The '80s saw a number of influential creator-owned projects hit the stands. Among them was Steve Englehart's "Coyote," who was joined by artists like Marshall Rogers, Steve Leialoha, Todd McFarlane and others. Out of print since it was first published, that all changes this August when Image publishes the first of five TPBs collecting the long running series.
Early next year sees Steve Niles and Keith Giffen team up to bring you "Gutwrencher," the story of one horrific high school reunion with a nod to the slasher films of the '80s. We caught up with Niles & Giffen to discuss this Boom! Studios release.
In the first of a two part story, we chat with writer Steve Niles who'll be launching three new titles with Boom! Studios in late 2005/early 2006. Today, Niles talks "Giant Monster" (with a 21 page preview) and "In The Blood."