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Series writers Andy Lanning and Dan Abnett discuss the upcoming 'Legion #12' which features Legion vs. the JLA, why this battle is taking place and where it all leads to.
Michael Avon Oeming discusses his work on 'Powers,' what's coming next for 'Hammer of the God' and he reveals details on the upcoming 'Parliament of Justice.'
They've never met a stunt that they didn't like, and next week, Marvel Comics begins a six month bet as to which of three new series will outsell the others. The stakes: Pies in the face, time in a dunking booth, and maybe cancellation.
A year after the horrors of 9/11,Bill Jemas and J. Michael Straczynski look back at how that day affected comics and their own work.
Four months after being sued for late shipments and last minute creative changes, Marvel quietly begins taking returnable comics, but without any public statement, nor communication with the man who initiated the suit.
New 'Wolverine' editor discusses what he brings to the title and the changes you can expect under his guidance. Preview of 'Wolverine #181.'
Jetpack-wearing millionaire Sky Ape teams up with Battle Pope, among others, in "All the Heroes," this February from AiT/Planet Lar.
Marvel Comics threatens legal action to stop a Bangkok businessman from dressing his delivery workers like Spider-Man. So he dressed them as another big summer film star instead.
Keith Giffen talks to CBR News about his new ongoing Image Comics project, "Dominion," in which strange visitors from another planet turn out to be a very bad thing indeed for the land down under.
News out of New York that a musical version of 'Batman" is coming to Broadway in 2005 with director Tim Burton attached.
Marvel Comics has released their solicitation information and cover images to product shipping November, 2002.
Diamond Comics Distributors releases top comic initial numbers for September, 2002 including Overall Market Share, Top 300 Comics and Top 50 Graphic Novels/TPB's.
In a letter distributed this week, AiT/Planet Lar publisher Mimi Rosenheim explains to the company's creators why they, like Oni Comics, went with comic store distributor Diamond Comics Distributors for mainstream bookstore publications, after previous distributor LPC goes under.
Rick Spears and Rob G talk about their self-published 'Teenagers from Mars,' a book with, well, teenagers, grave robbing, comics, destroying things, and just a dash of falling in love thrown in for good measure.
First time comics writer Jim Beard discusses what it's like selling his first script to DC, what role Geoff Johns played in getting the gig and a bit about 'JLA/JSA: Secret Files & Origins.'
Image Comics has released solicitation text and images for product shipping November, 2002.
Marvel's Andrew Lis talks about approaching new artist Celia Calle to provide the covers to 'Mekanix' and Calle describes the process used to create each cover. Preview of all six covers.
DC Comics has released solicitation text and images for product shipping November, 2002.
Bill Willingham talks about 'Fables,' the Vertigo series that looks at what's happened to our favorite fairy tale characters. What's the series about, what's coming next and is he comfortable with the book being called the next 'Sandman?'
Footage from 'X-Men 2' that debuted at Comic-Con International in San Diego earlier this month is now available online.
The minds behind the new Image Universe talk about why Image Comics is creating a new line of superhero comics, including new details on exactly when and how these new characters will first be appearing.
TOKYOPOP details a new talent competition which will net the winning artist up to a $2500 cash prize.
Marvel Editors Jeff Youngquist and Mark Beazley talk about the new 'Marvel Encyclopedia' coming this October with a look at entries for Jean Grey and Emma Frost.
Writer Mike Carey talks in depth about his upcoming creator-owned mini-series entitled 'My Faith in Frankie' coming from Vertigo in 2003.
Creator Myatt Murphy talks about his latest comic 'Fade From Blue' that tells the story of four half-sisters who share a dangerous past that dramatically affect their futures. Plus, a seven page preview introducing you to the book.
After nearly 10 years in the business, Chaos Comics, famous for the buxom Lady Death, shut down operations Thursday, after filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy.
'Lucifer' artist Peter Gross discusses how he tackles his art and talks about the early days of his career.
Former 'Captain Dingleberry' creator turned 'Avengers' inker looks back on his 'Avengers' run and ahead to his creator-owned monster book, 'Doll and Creature.' Updated with preview images.
Hear the acceptance speeches of the winners from the 2002 Eisner Awards held at Comic-Con International in San Diego.
Writer Sean McKeever's next gig is in the digital world, connecting retailers to each other in an effort to move stagnating stock.
'One Plus One' creators Neal Shaffer and Daniel Krall discuss their crime/horror story with a palpable dark side. Includes a seven page preview of issue #1.
During a panel at CCI, 'Road to Perdition' author Max Allan Collins talks candidly and shares his opinions on the product of the film, leaving comics and then coming back, and what can be learned from the success of this film.
Celebrity comic fan Nicholas Cage -- the man who would be Superman -- will be selling his comic collection at a convention this October.
Critics blast drug counseling group's comics that teach safer drug use for "promoting drug culture" -- and doing so with public funding.
Eisner Award winner Dylan Horrocks discusses the what the future holds for the Vertigo series, 'Hunter: Age of Magic,' plus what he has coming next and thoughts on the industry.
Sunday at CCI, writer Max Allan Collins announced he may be returning to 'Road to Perdition' in comic format with Marvel.
One last chance for a look at all the action that happened at Comic-Con International in San Diego.
Todd McFarlane and Peter David square off in a 'no question is sacred' interview at Comic-Con International in San Diego.
The hit television series 'CSI: Crime Scene Investigation' will go from the tube to the printed page in a new comic coming this December.
The executive producers behind the hit television series talk about the future of the series and reveal what Clark Kent last words to Bruce Wayne will be- and, oh yeah, Whitney's gone.