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So what's next for DC Comics and the weekly "52" series? At Comic-Con International today, Dan Didio and company revealed some secrets.
Fans of "Justice League Unlimited" and DC Comics in general saw new Mattel action figures revealed and announced today at the Comic-Con International in San Diego. Updated with JLU images.
The new creative team on "Wolverine," a new Brian Bendis/Frank Cho seriesL All that and more from the "Civil War" panel at Comic-Con International in San Diego.
Even as "Civil War" fractures bonds between Marvel superheroes, new bonds will be forged and old ones strengthened. One such bond is illustrated in "Mighty Avengers," a new ongoing Bendis-written title debuting after "Civil War" ends.
This January, Jeph Loeb and Simone Bianchi take over "Wolverine" with issue #50. We spoke with Bianchi from his home in Italy about tackling one of his favorite characters.
Ever wonder how Bob Kane dined? Or how Beast Boy's creator feels about the character's success? Friday at CCI, Batman's earliest creators waxed about the old days.
At a park just north of San Diego, Marvel and DC squared off in a softball game to raise money for the ACTOR Comic Fund. Marvel earned bragging rights by beating DC 22-11. We have a report and photos.
It's "CSI: Harry Potter" when Rosario "Sin City" Dawson stars and co-plots "Occult Crimes Taskforce." The first issue is in stores now and Dawson discussed the book at CCI today.
Del Rey Manga offered glimpses of manga joy to come at Comic-Con International in San Diego.
Fox Atomic, the youth focused entertainment unit of Fox Films, has announced a partnership with HarperCollins to publish graphic novels. Included are "28 Days Later: The Aftermath" by Steve Niles, as well as "The Hills Have Eyes" and more.
CBR News talked with Peter David about mutantkind's coolest detectives - X-Factor! Come inside to see what he had to say.
Zenescope has provided CBR News with a look at the first issue of "Se7en," the upcoming series based on the David Fincher film. Plus, we catch up with "Gluttony" artist Tommy Castillo for a quick chat.
The popular anime "Ninja Scroll" has created legions of fans all over the world. Later this year, it comes to comics from Wildstorm. We spoke with writer J. Torres who's chronicling the journey of the samurai named Jubei.
Comic-Con has officially begun and CBR begins its coverage with our annual photo parade. Questionable costumes, a handful of creators and some pretty cool show debuts at the Sideshow Collectibles booth.
We're back with the second half of our CCI exhibitor preview. What do Avatar, Top Cow, Boom!, and others have in common? Some special treats for attending fans!
Screenwriters Chris Morgan and Kevin Walsh join with artist Mike Hawthorne to bring you a tale about the spookiest witches EVER. Elizabeth Montgomery would be terrified…
Marvel Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping October, 2006. We've got the full text and cover images, which features October "Civil War" tie-ins as well as a "Dr. Strange: The Oath" #1 preview.
Sure, vampires have fangs, but what ever happened to their balls? The fanged ones reclaim their manhood this October in Image's "Impaler" and writer William Harms told CBR News all about it.
"Justice League Unlmited" may be over, but writer Dwayne McDuffie isn't done with DC Comics' most popular superhero team. CBR News spoke to the writer about his plans for the game and some hints at the identity of the big villain behind it all.
It's only a few days away, but CBR is going to help prepare you for Comic-Con International with our preview of some of the exhibitors at the show. Today we've got Aspen Studios, Image Comics, American Mule Entertainment, and more!
As we enter the third month of DC Comics' "52," fans are going to get a little something extra from the series. What is it? Come in and find out.
With fans attending CCI this week getting their first look at Joe Casey's "The Black Plague," we caught up with Casey to get a 7-page preview as well as some background on the Boom! Studios release.
It's a happy day for Karen Berger, the DC Comics editor whose work at Vertigo has led to some of the imprint's hugest successes. So what's she doing now? We have the answer.
DC Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics shipping October, 2006.
"The Red Star" returns at CCI with "Sword Of Lies" #1 and we've got a huge preview of the book, plus creator Christian Gossett's comments about the new book and working with Weta.
Comic-Con in San Diego is the place for announcements and Oni Press has several, including a new "My Name Is Earl" comic book series, based on the NBC comedy.
The DCU is in danger! This fall, DC Comics fans will get their shot at saving the world in "Justice League Heroes." CBR News spoke with producer Jason Ades about the game.
Arizona based retailer Atomic Comics is holding a rather unique contest -- the grand prize winner will get a free trip to NYC to spend the day as Marvel's Editor-In-Chief, with a runner up being scripted as a villain in "The Marvel Universe" by Allan Heinberg.
The charity softball game between Marvel and DC, benefiting ACTOR, is almost here and we've got your initial team lineups, plus a reminder of how you can play on either DC or Marvel's team.
Image Comics has released a whole bunch of previews for books shipping this Wednesday: "Ant" #7, "Casanova" #2, "Elephantmen" #1, "Girls" #15 and "Sidekick" #2.
Who's making a play for Gotham? Have our space travelers found a way off planet? And there's also that chick lurking around in a bat suit. It's DC's "52" Week Ten and we have a look a the issue with highlights, thoughts, predictions and the panel of the week.
Next week, the news will come fast and furious from San Diego. Looking for a different perspective? Those guys from Man Of Action Studios will offer up their thoughts at their relaunched Web site. We spoke with Joe Casey about their plans.
Chip Mosher and Nye Wright have finished their first OGN together and will be shopping it around at Comic-Con. CBR News spoke with Mosher to learn about the spy thriller and the prospect of shopping it to publishers at a con.
It's no secret that Greg Rucka is one of the busiest men in comics, but he took some time to talk to CBR News about his new hits, "52" and "Checkmate," as well as reflect on "Gotham Central" and talk frankly about "Queen & Country."
What kind of comic would the design team of "Lord Of the Rings," Mignola, and Frazetta would create together? Thrill House Comics, Weta Workshop, and Secret Lab Studios answer your curiousity with "Cryptid" and we've got a preview.
We continue our discussion with writer Brian Pulido today as we focus on "Mischief Night." Brian introduces the series and shares some background on its origin, inspired by events from his youth.
With Comic-Con International less than a week away, CBR News caught up with Director of Marketing & Public Relations David Glanzer to discuss the upcoming show, what's left to be done and whether it will remain in San Diego.
With only two issues released so far, "Civil War" has created more excitement and thrills than a summer blockbuster film. CBR News spoke with one of the men responsible for those thrills and chills, "Civil War" artist Steve McNiven
Beautiful women, beautiful battles, and some Nazi whupping-- it's all in Ape Entertainment's "Athena Voltaire: Flight Of The Falcon." CBR News has an exclusive preview of the second issue.
Virgin Comics makes it official today as they reveal details of a new property to come from director John Woo and writer Garth Ennis, "Seven Brothers."