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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.
Writer Jason Hall talks about his upcoming run on DC's 'Justice League Adventures' title and what challenges he faces in writing a comic based on a popular animated series.
Artist Scott McDaniel discusses his role in bringing back the DC Comics martial-arts expert Richard Dragon to comics. McDaniel clues you in on what you can expect from the story and his art, what kind of research he's done to make the action look authentic and more. Plus, four pages of pencils to take a gander at!
During a panel at Wizard World Texas, Jim Lee spoke about a number of subjects, including Loeb ws. Azzarello, Bats vs. Supes, and why he'll never leave comics for Hollywood
During a panel at Wizard World Texas, Kurt Busiek and George Perez talked about their collaboration on one of fandom's most anticipated projects, 'JLA/Avengers.'
Marvel Comics Editor-In-Chief Joe Quesada held one of his semi-regular 'Cup of Joe' panels at Wizard World Texas this last weekend, answering question on a wide variety of subjects such as the demise of the Epice line, whatever happened to Event Comics, 'Spider-Man/Black Cat' and much more.
What can you expect from Devil's Due in 2004? Josh Blaylock lays it all out, including G.I. Joe plans and a collection of the first six "Street Fighter" comics and much more.
Marvel Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping February, 2004.
Made official today, Devil's Due announced that Udon Comics would be moving their 'Street Fighter' comic from Image to Devil's Due in 2004.
Marvel Comics has announced the signings of artists Mike Wieringo and Brandon Peterson to exclusive contracts, keeping Wieringo with the company through 2005 and Peterson through 2006.
In January of 2004 Image Comics will release 'Shangri-La,' an all new, original graphic novel from writer Marc Bryant and Shepherd Hendrix about the world of rock n' roll. Includes an exclusive sneak preview.
Image Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping February, 2004.
Following the success of the first 'Voltron' series, the robots are back in an all new series in January and writer Dan Jolley talks about it, with an exclusive look at the first four pages to issue 1.
DC Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping in February of 2004.
In an interview with Rich Johnston writer Geoff Johns confirmed he'd be leaving "Hawkman" following the conclusion of the "Black Reign" saga, issue #25.
Series writer Howard Shum talks about 'Gun Fu: The Lost City #2,' with a look at what's happened to the characters since their debut issue.
Hurricane Entertainment has announced that future issues of the current series of 'John Carpenter's Snake Plisken Chronicles' will be self-published and no longer published by CrossGen Entertainment.
Diamond Comics Distributors has released the top comic numbers based on actual sales on product shipped in October, 2003, including Overall Market Share, Top 300 Comics and Top 50 Graphic Novels/TPB's.
A new independent comics festival takes place this weekend on the campus of UCLA in Los Angeles with guests like Jaime Hernandez, Batton Lash, Jim Mahfood and our own Scott Shaw. CBR News spoke with one of the festival organizers to learn more about the event.
Oni Press Editor-In-Chief Jamie S. Rich, one of the driving forces behind the company since Bob Schreck left in 199, has announced he'll be leaving the publisher as a full time employee in June of 2004. UPDATED November 7th with additional comments from Rich and Oni Press Publisher Joe Nozemack..
Anthony Williams, the artist on the upcoming Avatar Press title 'The Unfunnies,' talks about working with Millar on what is likely the most shocking of the four upcoming MillarWorld books. Plus, Avatar Publisher William Christiansen checks in on 'The Unfunnies.'
With the new '21 Down' trade paperback now in stores, the duo behind the series introduce it once again to fans who might be on the fence about buying the TPB and give a few details to existing fans on what to expect from the next series.
Jason Hall discusses the new Dark Horse series, 'Crush.' Hall introduces you to the characters and themes explored in the series, plus preview images from issues 2 and 3.
'Wetworks' series writer Mike Carey discusses the return of the Wildstorm series, what's the same and what's changed and working with Whilce Portacio.
Dave Elliot, Keith Giffen and Scott Hampton created a faithful retelling of the story of Adan and Eve in the Garden of Eden. Originally serialized in the pages of Penthouse, this January IDW Publishing collects the entire series in TPB. Elliot spoke with CBR News, giving us the story behind the story and how it ended up at Penthouse to begin with. Includes copious amounts of preview art.
Today we hand over the keyboard to Steve Niles as he interviews Rob Zombie. Zombie talks with Niles about their work together on the upcoming Dark Horse Comic 'The Nail,' his fascination with comics, his appreciation of Basil Gogos' work and much more.
The artist of DC's critically acclaimed 'The Losers' talks about working on the title, his approach to drawing each issue and how his own work has changed since jumping from the British to American comic markets.
We continue our chat with Steve Niles as we take a look at books like 'Remains,' 'Sacred Hearts,' the '30 Days of Night' annual, plus news on the 'Complete 30 Days of Night' hard cover and two new series: 'Hyde,' Niles' take on 'Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde,' and the next '30 Days' spin-off, 'Return To Barrow.'
The world of horror comics has had many contributors and many stars. Stephen Bissette is one of them. CBR News spoke with the artist about the elements of horror, the history of horror comics and his own contributions to the horror genre with books like 'Swamp Thing' and 'Taboo.'
We continue our week long chat with Steve Niles, this time turning our focus on Niles' work and influence on horror comics, his favorite films and what it takes to weave a good horror yarn.
DC Comics editor Peter Tomasi talks about the duties of an editor, how he broke into the industry and shares some news on books he works on such as 'JSA,' 'Green Lantern' and more.
As Halloween Week is upon us CBR spends a week with horror scribe Steve Niles to learn more about his influences and upcoming work. We begin this series with a look at upcoming works from Dark Horse including new Cal McDonald series, 'Freaks of the Heartland' and the Rob Zombie/Steve Niles co-production, 'The Nail.'
Image Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping January, 2004.
DC Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping in January of 2004.