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We've got twenty preview pages from three of Marvel's most anticipated new series, "The Immortal Iron Fist, "Spider-Man: Reign" and "newuniversal."
Talent isn't always a surefire way to become a successful comic book artist. This January, Tim Seeley hopes to provide aspiring artists with helpful tips in "How to Be a Comic Book Artist (Not Just How to Draw)."
26 years ago, Stan Sakai created the rabbit samurai Usagi Yojimbo. This January, the 100th issue of the Dark Horse series sees print. CBR News spoke with Sakai about his incredible journey and got a look at art from the incredible roster of guest artists including Frank Miller.
This December, in the pages of "Wolverine" #49, Logan discovers just how perilous last minute shopping can be. CBR News spoke to the team behind the issue, writer Rob Williams and artist Lawrence Campbell.
Swamp Thing's pals – the Un-Men – are getting their own series courtesy of Vertigo. They're creepy and they're kooky – come and see what else they are as we talk with John Whalen and Mike Hawthorne.
In a release issued by Top Shelf, the publisher has announced that Canadian Customs has cleared Alan Moore & Melinda Gebbie's controversial "Lost Girls" for importation into Canada.
Jacen Burrows is one of those unheralded artists in the industry who always delivers top notch work. His next project is "Chronicles of Wormwood" with Garth Ennis. We sat down with Burrows to see what's next.
Things are looking "Dynamite" tomorrow, as Dynamite Entertainment ships three of its most popular titles-- "Battlestar Galactica," "Xena" and "Red Sonja." We've got previews of all three titles, so what are you waiting for?
Brian Cronin attended an interesting panel at the Museum of Comic and Cartoon Art about comic book adaptations. What did he learn from the slew of great creators in attendance? Click on the link to find out.
"Princess at Midnight" is only the beginning of many new projects from acclaimed writer/artist Andi Watson. CBR News spoke to him about those projects, his views on the industry, and…his new Vertigo projects?
This January in "Civil War: The Return," two Marvel characters – the Sentry and another whose identity is secret – will face some tough choices that could drastically alter the Marvel U. CBR News spoke with writer Paul Jenkins about the book.
We've got six big DC Comics previews for you, including such titles as "Scalped," "Superman and Batman vs. Aliens and Predator," "Justice Society Of America" and more.
Brian K Vaughn & Pia Guerra's "Y: The Last Man" #51 hits stores this Wednesday and we've got a preview for you right here, right now.
What's next from the writer who brings you the Punisher's wild adventures and the creator of "Preacher?" A title following the Anti-Christ, of course. CBR News sat down with Garth Ennis to discuss his new Avatar Press series, "Chronicles of Wormwood."
February heats up at Dark Horse with the long-awaited first volume of "Alien Vs. Predator Omnibus," plus new issues of "Out Of Orbit," "Rex Mundi," "Blade Of The Immortal" and more as we share the solicitations for February, 2007 from Dark Horse Comics.
Last week, venerable Los Angeles comic shop Golden Apple Comics celebrated a grand re-opening at their new location. CBR News was at the ribbon cutting ceremony with Stan Lee and we have photos from the event.
Robert sits down for a frank discussion with "Robin" writer Adam Beechen who talks about the reaction to changes made to Batgirl Cassandra Cain by the online community and much more.
We've hit the half-way point, people! Justin checks in with the latest on DC's weekly "52" series, plus shares his predictions, thoughts and concerns on the future of the series.
Mark Waid and Marc SIlvestri's thrilling Top Cow series reaches its boiling point as the origins of the Hunter-Killer program are finally revealed. Featuring full color art by Kenneth Rocafort!
Eight years ago, Dan Curtis Johnson, J.H. Williams II and Mick Gray were working on a little book called "Chase." While it only lasted 10 issues, the book still has a loyal following and it's ideas are still part of the DCU today. We spoke with Johnson for a look back.
Was "Masters of the Universe" a reworked Fourth World movie? Was Storm the result of a combination of two characters? Did Morrison and Millar pitch an evil Professor X story?
Sound Designer Pete Lehman and Compose Colin O'Malley talk about bringing the sound of "Superman Returns: The Videogame" to life in this video interview, plus a host of new game play video.
With "Battlestar Galactica" going strong on both TV and in comics, CBR News caught up with the writer of the comic, Greg Pak, to see what he's got planned and to get an advance look at issue #3.
David Wohl and Paul Jenkins weigh in on the future of the "Darkness's" Jackie Estacado in game, screen and comics.
It's Pete Wisdom's job to protect England from otherworldly threats. This November, readers will see him at work in the "Wisdom" mini-series from Marvel's Max line. CBR News spoke with the Hugo nominated writer of "Wisdom," Paul Cornell.
"Degrassi: Extra Credit" just saw its Canadian release and fans will soon see that comic adapted into animated shorts. We spoke with Epitome Pictures' Christopher Jackson about those shorts, took an exclusive look at pages from the J. Torres graphic novel, and got some feedback from the cast of "Degrassi."
Marvel & Dynamite have announced a cross-over of horrific proportions - "Marvel Zombie vs. The Army of Darkness," by John Layman and Fabian Neves, with Robert Kirkman serving as consultant. CBR News spoke with Layman about the series.
Ho, ho, ho, and a bottle of rum, we've got a "Pirate Tales" preview that's bound to be fun! The first issue ships tomorrow, but we've got a sneek peek of this tale involving Casey, Giffen and more!
Ghost Rider is on the road again looking for vengeance, but will he end up hurting more people than he helps? CBR News spoke with "Ghost Rider" writer Daniel Way about the book.
CBR News has a six-page preview of the temporally-challenged hero Ash's newest adventure. Just in time for Halloween, this preview also features images of issue #11's four variant covers.
Legendary comic artist Gene Colan and inker Dave Gutierrez stop by Comics Should Be Good to discuss their upcoming Captain America project with Ed Brubaker and how the duo work together.
DC Comics has released previews for November 1st shipping comics "Jonah Hex" #13, "Superman Confidential" #1 and "The Other Side" #2.
This February readers will see some of the forces that turned Helmut Zemo into one of the most complex characters in the Marvel U in "Zemo: Born Better." We spoke with Fabian Nicieza about the series.
Writer Jeff Mariotte stops by to preview pages from and discuss the western comic "Desperadoes: Buffalo Dreams" coming from IDW in January, and an upcoming novel showcasing some unlikely DCU team-ups.
As we near the half way mark, there are lots of developments and story to cover with this week's issue of "52." Justin's got a recap and some analysis of recent developments in DC's weekly comic series.
The writing team behind "Flash: Fastest Man Alive" and the upcoming "Red Menace" talk with Robert about their 30 years together as writers, how they landed their two DC gigs and what's next for this writing duo.
Was there a a DC hero water skiing show at Seaworld? Did DC produce comics for the CIA? What odd decision forced a change in dialogue for an early Question story?
The Reflections roll out continues as Robert sits down with Mike Carey to discuss current and upcoming developments in "Ultimate Fantastic Four" and "X-Men." Includes a big preview of UFF #36!
With Book 2 just around the corner, Kurt Busiek talks with CBR News about "Astro City's" intense and epic multi-volume storyline, "The Dark Age." Plus, we've got the first five pages from "The Dark Age, Book 2" #1.
Over at the Comics Should Be Good blog, Greg Hatcher sits down with indy comics creator David Yurkovich ("Less Than Heroes") about the benefit book he's working on celebrating the great Marvel artist Bill Mantlo.