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It looks like the long running legal battle between Stan Lee and Marvel Comics is finally over, with Lee paid $10 million in a settlement with the company.
At a panel at last weekend's Pittsburgh Comicon, creators DeFalco, Buscema, Frenz, and Olliffe talked about the on again/off again history of Marvel's "Spider-Girl" and what the future holds for the title.
This summer Batman and the Scarecrow will have their first encounter on the silver screen in "Batman Begins." With that in mind DC has decided to reexamine the origin of the Scarecrow in "Year One: Batman/Scarecrow." CBR News spoke with series writer Bruce Jones about the project.
Warner Bros. has announced that the June 19th Nextel Cup NASCAR Race held in Michigan has been named the "Batman Begins 400" and two cars from the race will feature themes based on the feature film.
This July sees the latest adventures of CTU agent Jack Bauer hit comic shop shelves in "24: Midnight Sun." CBR News sat down with writers J.C. Vaughn and Mark L. Haynes for a security briefing on the one-shot.
Continuing their string of recent sell-outs, DC Comics has announced that "Countdown" tie-in "Day of Vengeance" #1 has sold out and is headed back to press with a new cover by Walt Simonson.
According to an article in USA Today, Marvel Comics has produced a specialty comic that'll be distributed to U.S. troops worldwide featuring a "New Avengers" story written by Brian Michael Bendis.
Peter David has announced that he'll be behind the writer's chair for the upcoming "Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man" with artist Mike Wieringo.
Artists Tone Rodriguez, Nar & Mark Dos Santos created over 500 custom sketch cards each for the "Robots" and "Family Guy" trading card sets. They talk with Dan Wickline about creating all that original art for these series.
On his Bad Signal mailing list this past weekend, Warren Ellis gave some updates on titles that will be a part of the upcoming Apparat 2 line of singles coming later this year.
This may sees the release of "Hero Camp" from Image Comics, which treats fans to an all-ages adventure of growing up normal when everyone else is super. CBR News spoke with series writer Greg Thomspon about the book.
DC Comics has announced that the "Countdown" spin-off "Villains United" #1 has sold out and is being rushed back to press with a new cover by artist Dale Eaglesham.
This July sees the release of "Night Mary," a new five-issue mini-series by frequent collaborators Kieron Dwyer and Rick Remender. Published by IDW, the series follows Mary Specter, a teenage girl who's cursed to live out the nightmares of others. Includes an extensive selection of preview images.
This May, new "Superman" writer Mark Verheiden will have the task of guiding the Man of Steel through the deadly world of the post "Countdown" DC Universe. The former "Smallville" scribe spoke to CBR News about Superman and the challenges that lie in wait for the Man of Steel.
This summer sees the release of "The Middleman" from Viper Comics. The series is written by "Lost" writer Javier Grillo-Marxuach who is joined by Les McClaine on art. CBR News caught up with Grillo-Marxuach to learn more about this mystery thriller.
Image Comics has provided CBR News with a preview of the June shipping title "The Pact" #3 with art by Comic Book Idol 2 winner Carlos Rodriguez.
This June sees the release of the "Fantastic Four" console game and Activision has provided CBR News with a look at the trailer featuring Reed Richards AKA Mr. fantastic.
DC Comics has announced they'll be shipping a free copy of their Eisner Nominated series "Ex Machina" to stores May 4th.
This month Greg Rucka takes readers on a quest to solve the mystery of "The OMAC Project," which will cause some big changes in the DCU. Then over in "Gotham Central," some more big changes are afoot. CBR News spoke to Rucka about both of these series with a handful of preview art to whet your appetite.
Marvel Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping July, 2005.
With "The Question" mini-series coming to a close this Wednesday, CBR News caught up with writer Rick Veitch and artist Tommy Lee Edwards to discuss what's happened so far, to get a look at issue #6 and to see what the future holds for our faceless hero.
Image Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping July, 2005.
Diamond has released the top comic numbers based on actual sales for product shipped in March, 2005, including Market Share, Top 300 Comics, Top 100 Graphic Novels/TPB's and Top 50 Manga.
The industry's most prestigious award, the Eisner Awards, have announced their nominations for 2005 which is led by writer Brian K Vaughan with seven nominations.
DC Comics has announced that Alex Ross will be giving the variant cover treatment to the publisher's upcoming "Green Lantern" #1 shipping this May.
Marvel Comics has announced they've signed "Spider-Man: Breakout" artist Manuel Garcia to an exclusive contract.
With the Slave Labor series "Street Angel" coming to a close, CBR News caught up with series artist Jim Rugg about why the series has ended and what the future holds for the title.
"Manhunter" is not your standard DC superhero book. It mixes superhero action, with courtroom drama, and gray colored noir style morality. CBR News spoke to "Manhunter" writer Marc Andreyko about the series, its unique character, where the book is headed, and how new readers can try an issue risk free.
DC Comics has announced that they've discontinued the publishing alliances they had with European publishers 2000 A.D. and Humanoids.
DC Comics has announced that "Batman" #638, the conclusion go the "Under The Hood" storyline has sold out and will go back to press with a new cover by Matt Wagner.
The massive villain jailbreak that took place in "New Avengers" left a huge mess for Marvel's heroes. This month in the pages of "Spider-Man: Breakout" Spidey begins cleaning up that mess by trying to end a gang war between two groups of villain escapees. CBR News spoke to writer Tony Bedard for the lowdown on the project.
DC Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping in July of 2005.
Top Cow has announced that artist Tyler Kirkham ("Darkness/ Superman," "Strykeforce") has signed a three-year exclusivity contract with Top Cow Publishing.
In the Battle of the Bulge American forces had to contend with a surprise German onslaught and arctic like temperatures. In Image's "Common Foe," those same soldiers find themselves hunted by something ancient, evil, and ravenous. CBR News spoke with co-writer Shannon Denton for the latest.
This July sees the release of a new five-issue sci-fi series "The Surrogates." Written by newcomer Robert Venditti with art by Brett Weldele, this marks Top Shelf's first comics series. We spoke with the creators and Publisher Chris Staros to learn more about the series Staros says has great mainstream appeal.
This last weekend saw a comic convention come to the city of Kansas. CBR's own Seth Jones attended the Kansas City Planet Comicon and shared some photos from his trip.
Late this year sees the release of writer/director Darren Aronofsky's "The Fountain." This August, DC/Vertigo will release a graphic novel version by artist Kent Williams. During a recent set visit, CBR News spoke with Aronofsky and his writing partner Ari Handel about the upcoming graphic novel.
This June sees the release of Rick Remender and Eric Nguyen's "Strange Girl" from Image Comics. We caught up with both creators to get an update on the series, as well as a look at art from issue #1 & #2.
Marvel Comics has provided CBR News with six-pages from this month's "Spectacular Spider-Man" #27, the final issue of the series which also wraps up Paul Jenkins' five years as a Spider-Man writer.
DC Comics announced that Grant Morrison and J.H. Williams' "Seven Soldiers" #0 has sold out and will get a second printing with a variant version cover.