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After the events of "War Games," Batgirl relocated to the city of Bludhaven as one of the city's new champions. Now on her own, Batgirl's curiosity sends her on a journey of introspection. We spoke with writer Andersen Gabrych to see how life in the big city is treating Batgirl.
Image Comics and the "Sea of Red" creative team have given CBR News a unique look at issue #2 of the series, providing us with the raw script by Rick Remender, the breakdowns by Kieron Dwyer and the finished pages by Salgood Sam, all to be compared side-by-side.
Part two of our extensive chat with Joe Casey arrives, this time talking "Earth's Mightiest Heroes" and "Infantry," plus the latest on "Fantastic Four: First Family," "Full Moon Fever," "Warhead," "Krash Bastards" and a whole lot more.
You know Joe Casey as a comics writer and a columnist here at CBR. Now, in a two-part interview conducted by Jonathan Ellis, go indepth with Casey on, well, pretty much everything. His past and current comics, some words on the future, his music and much, much more.
Atomeka has provided CBR News with the full contents of this Wednesday's "Jack Hunter: G.I. Spy Eyes Only Preview" by Andrew Cosby and Matt Haley. Updated 1:50 PM with more information about the upcoming series.
Marvel Comics EiC Joe Quesada held one of his regularly scheduled Cup O' Joe panels at the MegaCon Convention in Orlando, Florida this weekend, addressing a wide variety of concerns and questions from eager fans.
Sal Abbinanti's "Atomika" series from Speakeasy finally sees release next month. We've got a preview of the first issue, plus an advance look at upcoming covers by the likes of Michael Turner, Tim Bradstreet, David Mack and more.
Fans of "Hack/Slash" are going to love 2005. In addition to two previously announced comics, there's a stage adaptation of "Hack/Slash" coming this fall. CBR News spoke to "Hack/Slash" creator Tim Seeley, Chad Wise (penned the adaptation and directs the play) and the stars of the play, Stefani Bishop and Adam Mack.
Our good friend writer Dan Wickline stopped by WonderCon up in San Francisco on Sunday and shared a handful of pictures from the show with CBR.
This April IDW will begin publishing "Dampyr," a long-running European horror series making its way to the states for the first time. IDW Editor Kris Oprisko spoke with CBR News about the series.
Next month Mike Grell's character Jon Sable returns to comics after an extended absence. IDW Publishing has provided CBR News with an eleven-page preview of the April debuting "Jon Sable Freelance: Bloodlines."
Dynamite Entertainment has announced they've taken classic monsters, put their spin on them and will be pitting them against an assortment of Top Cow properties like Witchblade, the Darkness and more.
Coming from Hoarse & Buggy Productions in March is "Elk's Run," the story of a small town with a very big secret, and we've got a trailer for the series to tease you with.
This March sees the debut of Akira Yoshida and Shin Nagasawa's "Wolverine: Soultaker" from Marvel Comics. We've got six pages for you to take a look at.
We've got a full wrap up of the events that transpired at the Joss Whedon panel Saturday at WonderCon in San Francisco with details about "Serenity," "Astonishing X-Men" and more.
Friday evening at WonderCon saw an update on upcoming Wildstorm and Vertigo product from Bob Wayne, Jonathan Vankin, Howard Chaykin and Joshua Dysart with updates on new and old projects alike.
DC Comics updated fans on the status of a good number of series today at WonderCon including "DC Countdown," "Villains United" and more.
This June sees the release of Dan Jolley and Clint Hilinski's "HELL, Michigan" from FC9 Publishing. Where did this upstart publisher come from? FC9 President Tilman Goins stopped by to talk about the company, their first title and future publishing plans.
Marvel Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping May, 2005.
Diamond has released the top comic numbers based on actual sales for product shipped in January, 2005, including Market Share, Top 300 Comics, Top 100 Graphic Novels/TPB's and Top 50 Manga.
Coming This July from Wildstorm Signature is "Silent Dragon," a six-issue creator owned series by Andy Diggle and Leinil Yu that blends ancient Japanese culture with gritty sci-fi action. Diggle gave CBR News the scoop on the series as well as the latest on "The Losers" and "Adam Strange." Includes preview art from all three series.
During the "Cover Story" panel at WonderCon in San Francisco artists William Stout, Alex Ross, Neal Adams and Adam Hughes discussed the construction of a comics cover. Plus news bits such as Neal Adams making a possible return to Batman.
Image Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping May, 2005.
After two years of production and delays, LeSean Thomas' "Cannon Busters" will hit store shelves this March. Thomas spoke with CBR News about the delays and all the problems faced along the way.
Ron and Justine Fontes, two well-traveled children's book authors, take readers for a trip with the "Tales of the Terminal Diner" anthology.
This Wednesday sees the release of "Darkness: Black Sails," a one-shot comic with art by Keu Cha that explores an entirely different portion of the Darkness universe. Writer Ron Marz spoke with CBR News about the book and what readers should expect.
This April sees the first issue of the new horror mini-series "Mnemovore" hit store shelves from DC/Vertigo. We brought together creators Hans Rodionoff, Ray Fawkes and Mike Huddleston for a chat about the series.
This May sees the debut of the ongoing "ShadowHawk" series from Image. Written by Jim Valentino and Jim Keplinger, the series features Comic Book Idol II winner Carlos Rodriguez as regular series artist. We spoke with all three to get the low down.
DC Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping in May of 2005.
Almost one year ago, retailer Brave New World Comics announced they had been robbed of $1700 worth of product, but this story has a happy ending.
In April, with his six issue Wildstorm series "City of Tomorrow," Howard Chaykin takes readers to the island city of Colombia, a once idyllic community until something turned the robotic servants of Colombia into criminal masterminds. Chaykin spoke to CBR News about the series. Updated with preview images.
Tuesday Viz announced plans to launch "Shojo Beat" magazine, a new monthly manga anthology and sister magazine to their "Shonen Jump" anthology.
The two latest projects from Paul Jenkins, "Batman: Jekyll and Hyde" and Shadow Walker, a supernatural creature featured in a recent Scum of the Earth video he co-directed, affords him the opportunity to tell stories about the human condition. We spoke with Jenkins about writing, directing and what the future holds for him.
This weekend Seattle was host to the third annual Emerald City ComiCon. "Gambit" writer John Layman was in attendance and provided something of a comic convention after hours photo parade. Come on inside to see more.
The Emerald City ComiCon held in Seattle this weekend was chock full of news. Bendis, Brubaker, Rucka and others talked with fans. CBR News has this report from the convention floor along with another big batch of pictures.
Marvel Comics made it official today by announcing that Ed Brubaker has signed an exclusivity agreement with the publisher.
You've read about Speakeasy's upcoming projects, now you can learn about Hawke Studios, the guys behind "Beowulf," "Spell Game" and "Grimoire." CBR News spoke with Speakeasy/Hawke Studio's head Adam Fortier about the studio.
Friday night the creative team from the Image Comics graphic novel "Ascend" held a signing at Metldown and were joined by members of the Web site Suicide Girls. CBR News has photos from the event for your perusal.
With the first issue of Image Comics' "Battle Hymn" set to debut later this month, the creative team has put together an impressive trailer to promote the book.
Warren Ellis has announced a follow-up to the Apparat line of comics published with Avatar Press. Details are sketchy so we caught up with Ellis for a little explanation.