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Deadly nightmares and deranged plastic playthings await Cassie Hack and Vlad in their latest adventure, the three issue mini-series "Hack/Slash: Land of Lost Toys." CBR News spoke with the man in charge of animating the homicidal toys, series artist Dave Crosland.
Updated Marvel's released another set of previews, bringing readers a total of four today: "Giant-Size Invaders" #2, "Captain Universe/Silver Surfer," "Hulk" #89" and "Generation M" #1, all on sale at the end of this month.
It started as a Web comic, but now the real world of comics are treated to an appearance by the humor filled series "Butternutsquash" from Speakeasy Comics. Creators Ramon Perez and Rob Coughler sat down with CBR News to discuss the series.
The New York Times has revealed today that writer Brad Meltzer has signed an exclusive contract with DC Comics.
This January, Warren Ellis returns to the world of horror comics with the three-issue series "Blackgas" from Avatar Press. We sat down for a chat with Ellis to see what his plans are young Tyler & Soo, who are trapped on an island where the local citizens have all turned into zombies. Updated with additional cover images.
Following "House of M," life for mutants in the Marvel U became much more frightening. As part of the "Decimation" story line, David Hine brings two perspectives to the Post "House of M" world. In "Son of M," readers see the world through the eyes of a single mutant, while "X-Men: The 198" shows readers the world through a group perspective.
Aron Lusen may be better known as part of the coloring studio Liquid!, but later this month you'll know him better as the creator of "Dead Samurai." With dynamic visuals, Lusen tells the story of one former Samurai who returns home only to find the local samurai showing up dead.
Who's the traitor in "Ultimates 2?" Marvel Comics has released a preview from issue #9 that should stir your imagination a bit.
What would happen were you to take a hero pulled straight from the '60s and place him alongside a team of super-heroes from the 21st century? Jim Valentino & Neil Kleid explore just that scenario in the upcoming "The Intimidators" from Image Comics.
This January sees the release of "Dimona3," an anthology comic from the Dimona Comix Group in Israel. Dimona's provided CBR News with a five page preview by creator Guy Morad.
There's an odd little title called "Strange Detective Tales" featuring Dracula's henchmen, Renfield and Igor, as private detectives in 1950s Los Angeles. We spoke with writer Jesse Bausch about the series.
"Runaways" is one of Marvel Comics' most original titles in part due to the book's dynamic and unique visuals provided by artist Adrian Alphona. In part two of our look at "Runaways," CBR News spoke with Alphona about his past and present work on the series.
Writer Rick Remender has provided CBR News with a six-page preview of "Fear Agent" #2, featuring artwork by Tony Moore and Sean Parsons. The book ships to comic shops November 23rd.
The "Runaways" are one of Marvel's most interesting super teams, but they don't wear costumes or call New York City their home. However the cast is about to see how super heroics are done Big Apple style in the current story arc, "East Coast/West Coast." In part one of our two-part look at "Runaways," CBR News spoke with series writer Brian K.Vaughan about the book.
DC Comics has released the alternate cover image for "All Star Batman & Robin, The Boy Wonder" #3, drawn by Frank Miller and featuring Black Canary.
DC Comics has announced that Dan DiDio-- the man who spearheaded projects like "Identity Crisis" and "All Star Batman & Robin"-- has been promoted to the position of Senior Vice President - Executive Editor, DC Universe.
This December, Duncan Rouleau ("M. Rex," "Action Comics") brings his creator owned graphic novel "The Nightmarist" to invade the dreams of comic fans from Active Images.
Marvel's released another batch of previews this week, with six page looks at "Amazing Spider-Man" #526, "Captain Universe/Invisible Woman" and additional pages from "Ultimate X-Men" #65.
The famed New York restaurant The Palm, which contains numerous caricatures by some of the world's greatest cartoonists, will see Marvel & Joe Quesada unveil their latest mural featuring Spider-Man and friends Tuesday afternoon.
Thursday, October 20th, artist David Finch stopped by the Comic Book Resources chat room to talk about his time on "New Avengers," his upcoming "Moon Knight" mini-series from Marvel and a look at his past work, his future, his interests and what the heck a Goldendoodle is. We've got the transcript for you to read.
Marvel Comics has released preview art from "Ultimate X-Men" #65 scheduled to ship November 23rd. This issue sees Brian K. Vaughan finish out his run on the title with the conclusion of the "Magnetic North" storyline.
Marvel announced Thursday that "Marvel Knights Spider-Man" #19, the second part of "The Other" storyline, has sold out at Diamond and a second printing variant featuring Spidey in an ol' familiar costume will be swinging to comic shops.
Dave Gibbons has been busy wreaking havoc in the DCU cosmos. The recently completed "Rann-Thanagar War" set the galaxy ablaze and in "Green Lantern Corps: Recharge," the reborn army of ringslingers must combat an unknown enemy that's targeted them for elimination. CBR News spoke with Gibbons about both series and the "Green Lantern Corps" ongoing series set to begin next year.
Marvel Comics has announced that New York Times Bestselling Author Eric Jerome Dickey ("Thieves' Paradise," "The Other Woman," "Genevieve") will write a six-issue "Storm" series for the publisher to coincide with Black History Month in February, 2006.
Made official today, Marvel Comics has announced that it's signed a deal with author Stephen King to launch a new comic seres adapted from King's series "The Dark Tower." Art will be provided by Jae Lee. The first issue hits stands in April, 2006.
The man who gave us Rambo will give comics fans something to get excited about when author David Morrell takes on Captain America in a new project for Marvel Comics next year.
While rumors of author Stephen King and Marvel Comics working together have been circulating for months now, confirmation has finally been given and a full announcement is expected Friday regarding the deal.
Marvel Comics has released pages from the backup story int he upcoming "X-Men: Deadly Genesis" by Ed Brubaker and artist Pete Woods.
With the first issue already in stores, writer Sal Cipriano is hoping to immerse fans in the Speakeasy series "The Adventures of Bio Boy." CBR News spoke with Cipriano about the genesis of the book and what's next for the universe' #1 game show.
DC Comics has released preview art from January shipping titles "JLA: Classified" #16, "The Exterminators" #1, "Sgt. Rock: The Prophecy" #1 and "Elfquest: The Discovery" #1.
Writer Marv Wolfman stopped by the CBR Chat room recently for one of our regular creator chats. He talked with fans about his reaction to "Infinite Crisis," talked about some of what happened behind the scenes in making "Crisis on Infinite Earth," plus much, much more.
Marvel Comics has released six-page previews for November releasing books "Book of Doom" #1, "The Thing" #1 & "Ultimate Spider-Man" #86.
After 11 years of publishing in the real world, Batton Lash has decided that "Supernatural Law" will not only appear in print, but in original stories online. CBR News spoke with Lash about what the online strip means for his publishing plans.
In an exclusive interview, Dreamwave's new Editor-In-Chief, Pierre-Andre Dery, and Editor, Mark Powers, spoke to CBR News about the new direction for the re-imagined comic book company.
Publisher Boom! Studios has provided CBR News with a preview from this Wednesday's "Zombie Tales: Oblivion." The story is "The Bakemono & The Cranes" with art by Keith Giffen and written by Johanna Stokes. Updated
In Volume 3 of "Sentinels," writer Rich Bernatovech is raising the stakes for the heroes and taking a few surprising turns. Bernatovech spoke to CBR News about the book and provided loads of preview art.
Fans of Tim Seeley's "Hack/Slash" have only one more week to catch the stage adaptation of the play in Chicago. "Hack/Slash: Stage Fright" is a live production of the comic and CBR News' Dave Richards recently made his way to Chicago to catch a performance.
Vetern comic creator Bob Layton stopped by the CBR Chat Room for an extended chat in which he talked all things "Iron Man," Valiant Comics and Future Comics and never held back.
After four days interviewing the creative team behind the upcoming Image Comics series "Bad Planet," today we bring you an extended look at artwork and sketches from the series, as well as the exclusive debut of the Web movie "Bad Planet: Deathleap" directed by Thomas Jane.
Enjoying the new "Supergirl" series? DC Comics gives you one more reason to enjoy it when they give November's "Supergirl" #4 the alternate cover treatment.