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Oni Press has provided CBR News with an 11 page preview of 'Julius,' a reworking of the Shakespeare play coming in March of this year.
Writer Joe Casey talks about 'Earth's Mightiest Heroes,' a new mini-series coming from Marvel Comics this summer that chronicles the Avengers first year. Learn more about Casey's love of the team and how Avengers fans can interact with the writer.
Writer Scott Ciencin talks about the upcoming 'Silent Hill: Dying Inside,' a five issue mini-series, with art by Ben Templesmith, based on the wildly popular video game. Ciencin reveals what you'll find in this comic and how it's more than just another video game adaptation and why those not familiar with the game will like this book.
'The Goon/Hellboy' make a big crossover, 'Aleister Arcane' images surface, 'Young Ancient One' order reminder, Dave Cockrum hospitalized and photos from the January 11th Media City Convention.
Diamond Comics Distributors has released industry statistic for the entirety of 2003 showing the top selling comics, graphic novels and books, as well as which company had the largest market share in 2003.
Image Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping April, 2004.
Writer Antony Johnston talks about the upcoming Avatar Press series 'Nightjar,' a horror story originally conceived by Alan Moore and Bryan Talbot in 1980, but never finished. Johnston talks about the story, on stepping into Alan Moore's shoes and what you should expect from this new series. Corrected
Writer Warren Ellis sent out a note today updating fans on the status of various in production and delayed projects such as 'Morning Dragons,' 'Stealth Tribes,' 'Planetary' and others.
DC Comics has announced a publishing agreement with European publisher Humanoids, which will add their titles to the DC Comics catalog.
Greg Rucka talks about how he approaches the writing chores on DC's 'Wonder Woman' with a look ahead at issue #200 and some thoughts on the current state of the comics industry.
Artist Rags Morales talks about the challenges of working on DC's upcoming event, 'Indentity Crisis,' what's it like to draw all those heroes and his feelings on being part of one of the biggest events ever to take place in the DC Universe.
In Union Station, Green Arrow inker Ande Parks digs up a forgotten Kansas City story some locals wish would have remained buried.
Diamond Comics Distributors has released the top comic numbers based on actual sales on product shipped in December, 2003, including Overall Market Share, Top 300 Comics and Top 50 Graphic Novels/TPB's.
This April Steve Niles, Chee and IDW Publishing will bring to comics an adaptation of the classic horror film 'Dawn of the Dead.' Niles discusses the challenges of bringing this classic to the printed page.
'Empire' and 'JLA: Year One' artist Barry Kitson has signed a three year exclusivity agreement with DC Comics.
Eisner Administrator Jackie Estrada has announced that submissions are now open for product released in 2003 to be considered for an Eisner Award nomination. Five judges have been selected and profiled.
Writer Jay Faerber talks about his latest comics work, 'Dodge's Bullets,' a new 80-page original graphic novel that follows the exploits of private investigator Webster Dodge, coming in March from Image.
In a conversation with Rich Johnston, writer Warren Ellis reveals that 2004 may be his last very active year in American comics.
According to artist Chris Weston, his friend and British comics artist Don Lawrence died on Monday. He was 75. While mostly unknown in the States, Lawrence was a superstar on the European comics scene.
Coming this march for Slave Labor is 'Street Angel' from Jim Rugg and Brian Maruca. The duo talk about the creation of this unusual series, which stars a homeless orphan who fights crime and saves the world with a skate board and a dash of karate.
Hermes Tadeu, the brazillian colorist of 'Hulk' who often worked with Mike Deodato Jr., was shot and killed in Sao Paolo, Brazil on December 21st. He was 25.
Artist Andy Kuhn discusses the upcoming 'Young Ancient One,' one part of the 'Epic Anthology' coming in February. Kuhn discusses working with writer Rob Worley, the changes in format the series has seen, upcoming projects with Image and IDW and his band, The Fuglees. Plus, a six-page lettered preview. Corrected
In the first of our two part chat with writer Jay Ferber he talks about the upcoming 'Robotech: Invasion' coming in January from Wildstorm, a story set at the beginning of the 'New Generation' saga containing the origin of Lancer.
Writer Gail Simone reveals her upcoming plans for 'Birds of Prey,' giving her reasons why she thinks 2004 is going to be the biggest year for the title that includes a special flashback issue with art by Alex Toth and Michael Golden.
Marvel Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping March, 2004.
New York Times staff member Rich Bernatovech talks about his new, original graphic novel 'Sentinels, a second generation superhero team with a mysterious past and a dead team member.
This february sees the release of 'Underworld: Red in Tooth and Claw,' a prequel to the hit movie written by Kris Oprisko and screewriter Danny McBride. Oprisko spoke with CBR News revealing some details of what you'll find in this new mini-series.
Image Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping March, 2004.
DC Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping in March of 2004.
In an extensive interview controversial "'reen Lantern' writer Ron Marz talks about what fans can expect from his return to the title as well as a history of what went before, the 'death' of Hal Jordan, the 'birth' of Kyle Rayner, the death threats he received after 'Emerald Twilight' and everything else.
Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning confirm their exit on 'Legion,' talk about the one story they didn't get to tell and some insight into what to expect from their upcoming run on the Superman titles.
Writer/Artist Josh Howard talks about his self-published series 'Dead@17,' the story of two teenage girls who become entangled in a supernatural conspiracy.
Diamond Comics Distributors has released the top comic numbers based on actual sales on product shipped in November, 2003, including Overall Market Share, Top 300 Comics and Top 50 Graphic Novels/TPB's.
Rocker Rob Zombie and writer Steve Niles have formed a new horror-themed production company, Creep Entertainment Intl., which will tackle comics, film, music and books. CBR News spoke with Zombie and Niles to get more details about their new company and their next comics project, "Bigfoot," coming from IDW Publishing.
Steven Grants introduces you to his upcoming Avatar Press series 'My Flesh is Cool' by discussing the themes and situations contained within this crime/horror comics mini-series.
"Birds of Prey" and upcoming "JLA" writer Gail Simone has agreed to a one-year exclusivity agreement with DC Comics. CBR News spoke with Simone to get further comments on her decision.
Warren Ellis has announced on his mailing list that after two years he is no longer exclusive to DC Comics.
The Usual Gang of Idiots will be joined by some of comics top talent in January's issue of Mad Magazine. Frank Miller, Jim Lee and John Romita Jr. are just three names contributing to this issue.
At a panel at last weekend's Mid Ohio Con, artist Alan Davis revealed he'd be taking over the pencilling chores on 'Uncanny X-Men' and would be joined by writer Chris Claremont.
'Smallville' writer Clint Carpenter talks about the comic and how it serves as a companion to the hit WB television show and how the comic will be more closely tied to the program in the future.