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This November sees the debut of "The Detonator" at Image Comics. CBR News caught up with writer Mike Baron to learn more about this "explosive" new series.
Artist Cliff Chiang talks about working on "Human Target with writer Peter Milligan, what their working process is like and what he brings to the title to give it that unique feel.
This November, comics new-comer Daniel Miller releases his semi-auto biographical graphic novel "Creased." What does it mean to be creased? Read on to see how even you've been creased before.
Four-hour golden age auction features $42,000 "Flash Comics" #1 as well as many other classic gems including "Superman" #1 and "All Star Comics" #1.
30 years ago Roy Thomas and Dick Giordano set out to produce a faithful adaptation of the horror classic. One third of the way through, the series was cancelled, only to be resurrected 30 years later. Includes a comparison preview of original and new artwork.
Creators John Ostrander & Tim Truman discuss the return of their creation "Grimjack" at IDW in 2005, plus a look back at the publishing history of the character.
Writer Neal Shaffer and artist Luca Genovesse bring a new style of horror to comics this November with "The Awakening," which embraces the Italian style of horror, giallo.
Announced earlier this year, Mark Waid and Marc Silvestri team up for Top Cow's "Hunter-Killer," the story of a fourth, very secret branch of the U.S. Government. Updated with new art.
Jim Valentino brings ShadowHawk back into the spotlight, answering questions of long-time readers and telling the whole story to new readers.
"Spider-Man: India," a new take on the Spider-Man mythos, hits stands in Indian in October and the States in November. CBR News has eight pages of preview art, plus we spoke with editor John Barber to learn more about the series.
Steve Niles and artist Butch Adams tell the story of young Theo who discovers a group of old monster made obsolete by the new and teaches them how to be scary again. Plus, loads of preview art.
Next month's "A1 Sketchbook" from Atomeka features contributious from some of comics greatest talents. Dave Dorman, Dave Johnson, Brian Bolland, Charles Vess, Bob Burden and many others. We've got the entire book for you to check out.
Play as your favorite mutant in the latest X-Men video game, "X-Men Legends." Gamers will be wowed by the playability of the game, but will it succeed with comic fans? Look inside to find out.
Marvel Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping December, 2004.
"JLE" inker Tom Nguyen talks about working with artist Doug Mahnke, his approach to inking and why he doesn't pencil more, bodybuilding and how it affects his work and more.
DC Comics has announced they're going back to press on "Identity Crisis" #1 featuring a special "negative" cover.
Writer Joe Kelly talks about the DC Comics series "Justice League Elite," the choices he made for populating the team and what fans can expect in the immediate future.
Liam Sharp, who supplies the art for "Firestorm" #7, talks about working with Dan Jolley on this "Bloodhound/Firestorm" crossover and what to expect next from the artist.
Diamond has released the top comic numbers based on actual sales for product shipped in August, 2004, including Market Share, Top 300 Comics, Top 50 Graphic Novels/TPB's and Manga.
Image Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping December, 2004.
With a crossover upcoming between "Firestorm" and "Bloodhound," writer Dan Jolley has his hands full. Jolley spoke with CBR News about his plans for the crossover and why it's a good place for new readers to jump in.
"Hawkman" artist Ryan Sook talks about how he landed the five-issue gig and how his own art has evolved through the series. Plus a look at pages from issue 34.
Mike Grell's "Jon Sable, Freelance," a mainstay of comics in the '80s, will return in March 2005 with a new series and collection of the original stories.
"Flash Comics" #1 is just one comic offered in part two of a major golden age comic auction going down this weekend in Wichita, Kan., as well as on-line.
DC Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping in December of 2004.
In a lengthy interview writer Brian Bendis talks about his plans for "Avengers" as well as "New Avengers" and addresses those very vocal critics of his approach on the series. Plus, preview pages from issue #502.
Keith Giffen and J.M. DeMatteis have provided CBR News with a custom comic strip featuring characters from the upcoming "Hero Squared." And there's more where that came from.
A former president and long-dead inventor take on Hitler in "Tales from the Bully Pulpit" from Image Comics.
Artist Jim Rugg talks about the Slave Labor Graphics hit series "Street Angel," with a note about the future of the series and a look at art from issue four.
Marvel Comics has provided CBR News with seven pages from next week's giant-sized "Daredevil" #65, celebrating Daredevil's 40th Anniversary.
Horror comics master Richard Corben will provide the art for the 2005 debuting "Bigfoot" by Steve Niles and Rob Zombie. CBR News has an exclusive look at sketches by Corben.
Artist Christian Gossett and editor MacKenzie Cadenhead discuss the Marvel mini-series "Elektra: The Hand" with a look at art from issue #2.
A special presentation of PopImage.com and CBR News, Pop Image's Jonathan Ellis talks with author Douglas Rushkoff about his first foray into the world of graphic novels, "Club Zero-G."
PopImage.com's Jonathan Ellis and Ed Mathews are back to share more images from Saturday and Sunday at last weekend's Canadian National Expo in Toronto, Canada. Lots of great shots from the convention floor.
Continuing our look at the upcoming "The Question" series, artist Tommy Lee Edwards talked about his approach to the character, being inspired by the work of Steve Ditko and much more. Includes more preview art from the series.
The Question returns to comics this November with writer Rick Veitch and artist Tommy Lee Edwards. In the first of a two-part look at the book, Veitch spoke about his plans for the series plus a preview of issue 1. Wednesday we catch up with Edwards.
PopImage.com's Jonathan Ellis and Ed Mathews share images from last weekend's Comic Book Expo held in Toronto, Canada. Costumed folk and creators abound! Click to get a look at day 1.
This January sees the return of "Warlands" to comic shops and CBR News has some new sketches from the series and spoke with Pat Lee and Ernst Dabel to learn more.
Image Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping November, 2004.
Yesterday we shared with you two stories from "A1" and today we bring you the final three: "Shark-Man" by Ronald Shusett and Steve Pugh, "Flaming Carrot" by Bob Burden and "Survivor" by Dave Gibbons and Ted McKeever.