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Was the story in "Action Comics" #1 actually made up of a cut-up comic strip? Why was Jack Kirby removed from the cover of "Fantastic Four" #236? Did Geraldo appear in an issue of "Count Duckula?"
This February, the "Witchblade Manga" comes to America in a newly colored series. We spoke with Top Cow's Marketing Director Filip Sablik and colorist Blond to learn about bringing this series Stateside and got a side-by-side comparison of the original and colored art.
Andy, Dave, Emmett and George are back for part two of their discussion of trends seen in the industry in 2006, with a focus on late shipping books and the revitalization of Image Comics.
DC Comics has provided CBR News with advance looks at several upcoming issues of some of their most exciting series. We've got full-color previews of "Batman" #661, "The Spirit" #2, and "Supergirl & The Legion Of Super-Heroes" #25.
DC Comics' first book from its female-oriented Minx line is "Plain Janes" and artist Jim Rugg stopped by CBR News to talk about that book, as well as the potential return of "Street Angel."
Four of CBR's regular news writers get together to discuss the trends in the comic industry over the past year. Cross-overs, multiple covers, top talent reviving B-grade characters, fanboy entitlement and much more in part one of our four part year end round up.
Rick Remender invites us into his just moved into home studio in Portland, Oregon, giving some insight into the working environment of the writer behind "Fear Agent" and "Strange Girl" and the artist behind "The Last Christmas."
This February will see the debut of Dynamite's "Witchblade: Shades Of Gray" by Leah Moore & John Reppion and Stephen Segovia, in which Oscar Wilde's immortal finds himself dealing with Top Cow's sexiest heroine.
This Wednesday, Dynamite releases a book that looks at the one time criminial, now politician Zarek in "Battlestar Galactica: Zarek" #1. We've got a preview of that first issue.
This February, Jack Russel, AKA Werewolf by Night, makes a return to the Marvel Universe thanks to Mike Carey and Greg Land. Carey spoke with us about the upcoming one-shot "Legion of Monsters: Werewolf by Night."
As a special Christmas gift to you the reader, Robert asks some of your favorite creators what their favorites books of the year were. We hear from Greg Land, Justin Grey, Kurt Busiek, Mark Millar, Jeph Loeb and a whole lot more.
As CBR prepares to slumber through the Christmas Holiday (well, sorta - read on to see what we mean), Jonah Weiland stops by to share with you a look at some of CBR's past Christmas Cards and the story behind each of them.
Need some time away from the family this Holiday weekend? Why not spend some time with a new family in the CBR Forums? Stop on by and join the fun!
How does Justin answer the call of a Christmas themed issue of "52?" With a Christmas themed issue of THE 52 STEPS! You won't want to miss this week's recap of everything that happened in this issue of DC's weekly series.
Who was the first African-American character to star in his own book, and who created him? Is "Astro City: The Dark Age" really "Marvels II?" And "Batman: The Musical?" What the...?
Mark Bagley has drawn "Ultimate Spider-Man" since issue #1 and in 2007 his run will finally come to an end. CBR News spoke with Bagley for a look back at his record breaking run on the title.
We continue our coverage of Avatar's "Lady Death/Shi" crossover with a new interview with artist Juan Jose Ryp.
Comic-Con International, the organization behind San Diego Comic-Con, WonderCon, and APE, has announced a new Director of Programming as well as the newly created position of Director of Print and Publications
While best known as the creator of "Liberty Meadows," writer/artist Frank Cho is quickly gaining acclaim for his work with Marvel. That will continue in 2007 with the debut of "Mighty Avengers." Cho took us behind the scenes at his home studio to show us where the magic happens.
We've got an advance look at the second issue of the legendary hip-hop group's new series, courtesy of American Mule Entertainment.
Beginning with March's "Moon Knight" #9, the dark twisted world of Marc Spector will have a new look courtesy of new artist Mico Suayan. CBR News caught up with Editor Axel Alonso for a quick chat about Suayan and a preview.
This February, two of the most popular female characters in comics meet for the very fist time. Brian Pulido handles the writing on "Lady Death/Shi," and we caught up with the writer for the details on how this cross-over got started.
This March it won't be child's play for Cassie Hack and Vlad as they battle a horror movie icon in "Hack/Slash vs. Chucky." We spoke with Tim Seeley about the one-shot and major developments for the future.
With the passing of Captain Dynamo, it's up to his five super-powered illegitimate children to step up and protect Tower City, now overrun by Dynamo's enemies. We spoke with Jay Faerber about the series.
Vaughan announced on his official site today that he's been hired by the hit show as Executive Story Editor.
The year's most outrageous villainess return with an even bolder mini-series, "The Good, The Bad & The Lovely." We spoke to Jimmie Robinson about his controversial creation, and why she's poised to take over Image Comics.
DC Comics has unleashed upon us a bevy of full-color previews of some of the publisher's most popular titles shipping in January. Take an advance look at "Superman/Batman" # 34, "Teen Titans" #42, and the first issue of "Grifter And Midnighter."
CBR's Arune Singh sat down with writer Mike Carey to look back on what has been a huge year for him, with a look forward at what's coming next, including a Minx graphic novel he's co-writing with his daughter.
Boom! Studios has provided CBR News with an advance look at the first issue of the hotly anticipated new Warhammer series, "Damnation Crusade." We've got ten full-color pages, so dig in.
Dynamite Entertainment has provided CBR News with some full-color previews of "Highlander" #2 and "The Lone Ranger" #3, both shipping to stores this week.
In an interview with USA Today, Stephen King remarked on a number of aspects of his working with Jae Lee and his other collaborators on the Marvel Comics "Dark Tower" adaptations. UPDATED Now with trailer!
Image Comics' "Impaler" has received gold star reviews across the net, thanks in no small part to the visuals by Nick Postic and Nick Marinkovich. The duo gave CBR an in-depth look at the art of the series.
Checker Books will collect previously uncollected CrossGen books in 2007, with "Sojourn," "Scion," "Way of the Rat," "The Path" and others to come.
Writer Antony Johnston catches readers up on Oni Press' sci-fi epic, "Wasteland," and explains how RPG's made him the writer he is. We provide a full primer on the series, plus a preview of issue #5.
CBR's John Mayo has the estimated sales stats for the Top 300 Comics and Top 100 trades in November, 2006. "Civil War" #5 leads the pack with an estimated 272,000+ copies sold.
"Freshmen" co-creator Hugh Sterbakov discusses the creation of the comic, what "Freshmen" has meant to him personally, a tease of what's the come and numerous other topics in this lengthy interview.
Dynamite Entertainment has provided CBR News with advance looks at new issues of two of their best series, "Red Sonja" and "Darkman Vs. Army Of Darkness."
To celebrate the launch of the Marvel comics series based on his epic "The Dark Tower," Stephen King will appear at NYCC to join a special panel to discuss the "Dark Tower" project.
Previously covered by CBR News this summer, writer Chip Mosher's ambitious "Left On Mission" has found a home at Boom! Studios.
The Hulk may have vanished, but his villains remain. This January, its She-Hulk's job to stop them. CBR News spoke with the "She-Hulk" creative team of Dan Slott and Rick Burchett about the book.