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Oni Press has provided CBR News with a six-page previw of Jen Van Meter's "Too Much Hopeless Savages," with art by newcomer Ross Campbell, coming this June.
Tokyopop senior editor Jake Forbes discusses the company's line of shonen-ai ('boy love') offerings like 'Fake' and 'Gravitation,' and explains what they are and are not.
Writer Andy Diggle discusses the new Vertigo series, 'The Losers,' what it was, what it was originally going to be and what you will eventually see on comic racks in June.
Chuck Austen discusses his plans for his six-issue run on Marvel's 'Exiles,' addresses recent criticism of his work on 'Uncanny X-Men' and where else you can find the scribes work these days.
Incoming 'Elektra' artist Sean Chen discusses his duties on the book and working with Robert Rodi, how he landed the gig, his thoughts on the character and why he believes this title is one to watch.
Series writer Geoff Johns reveals some of his plans for the upcoming relaunch of 'Teen Titans.' In this extensive interview he reveals his impressions of each character on the book, the importance of making it new reader friendly and much more.
In part two of our look at the upcoming 'Teen Titans' from DC, artist Mike McKone talks about how he approaches the art on the book and the changes in character design, plus an exclusive sneak peak at pages from the series.
DC Comics has announced that the ground breaking mini-series 'The Maxx' by Sam Keith will be made available in TPB starting this August.
Keith Champagne discusses his upcoming 'Legion' story and his work as inker of 'JSA' with a three page preview of the upcoming super-sized 'JSA' #50.
Steven Grant discusses his work on 'Frank Miller's Robocop,' a comics adaptation of the original script to the film 'Robocop 2' you never saw. Included is a preview of the first issue.
'Hawman' creators Geoff Johns and Rags Morales talk about upcoming developments in the title, dealing with the problems of Hawkman continuity, details on the 'Thangarian' storyline and the return of Hawkwoman.
Image Comics has provided CBR News with a sneak peak at the Phil Hester/Sean Murphy story in next month's 'Noble Causes: Extended Family."
A young woman trained at an early age to be a killer, to exterminate anything society might see as mythological, paranormal, or just not real. Creator Christopher Rich-McKelvey talks about the series and what you can expect.
Marvel Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping in July, 2003.
The Harvey Award nominations, one of the most prestigious awards given to comics creators for their achievements in the comics industry, have been announced for comics published in 2002. Updated 4/25/03
The creators behind the Image Comics 'Rex Mundi' discuss their latest issue, in stores next Wednesday, with a look towards the future, where their book fits into today's super-hero dominated market, film news and a five page preview.
Diamond Comics Distributors has released the top comic numbers based on actual sales on product ordered in March, 2003, and shipping May, 2003, including Overall Market Share, Top 300 Comics and Top 50 Graphic Novels/TPB's.
DC Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping in July, 2003.
'3 Geeks,' a comic about three hard core comic fans from the mind behind 'Three Fingers,' Rich Koslowski, will make a triumphant return this summer in an all-new 48-page special.
The man behind '30 Days of Night' and the upcoming 'Dark Days' has announced he'll be leaving the Image Comics title 'Hellspawn' with issue #16.
Image Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping in July, 2003.
Brazillian artist Sergio Cariello talks about making the jump to CrossGen, the differences between working with DC and CrossGen, and what he'll bring to the CrossGen title 'Crux.'
The Eisner Award nominations, considered by most to be the highest honor given in the comic industry, have been announced for comics published in 2002. DC Comics leads the way with 23 nominations, while small press and indie publishers make a strong showing.
The writer of 'Pistolwhip: The Yellow Mennace' and a gaggle of DC Comics projects discusses the diversity of his work and what's coming next, with a six-page preview of 'The Yellow Menace.'
Writer/Artist Tom Beland has provided CBR News with an exclusive look at the first seven pages to the fifth issue of 'True Story, Swear to God!' Updated
Jimmy Palmiotti and Justin Gray discuss their series '21 Down,' and what it takes to bring a sense of realism to a world filled with super-heroes.
The on-again/off-again publishing saga of Marvel's 'Spider-Girl' takes another curious turn as after having been recently cancelled it's back on, with some explanation as to what's happened.
Patton Oswalt, one of the stars of the CBS comedy 'King of Queens,' takes his turn behind the keyboard as the writer of 'JLA: Workweek,' about an average day for the JLA with very little to do.
Kurt Busiek has confirmed that his DC Comics series 'Power Company' has been cancelled and will end with issue #18.
At Wednesday's press conference, Marvel finally announced what had long been expected: The Epic Comics line, Marvel's creator-owned line from the 1980s, was coming back ... sort of. First up, a romance comic by Mark Millar and the Dodsons.
Diamond Comics Distributors has released the top comic numbers based on actual sales for February, 2003 including Overall Market Share, Top 300 Comics and Top 50 Graphic Novels/TPB's.
New series writer Gail Simone discusses her upcoming run on the DC title "Birds of Prey," pairing with artist Ed Benes, who the Birds will be going up against in her first story-arc and who'll be joining their ranks.
Series writer Robert Kirkman talks about the Image Comics title, 'Invincible,' addressing the 'Son of Superman' comparisons, writing convincing teenage characters, what's coming up in future issues and exclusive artwork from upcoming issues.
There's a new comic shipping to stores this May and it's not from any of the major US publishers, but from a South American publisher who's hoping their comic, with an environmental message, will find success in the states.
Marvel Comics has returned to the role of tease once again, this time providing the comics press with the cover to 'Trouble' with very little extra information.
Chuck Austen discusses two new Marvel Max series, 'War Machine 2.0,' a follow-up to 'U.S. War Machine,' 'The Eternal,' a new take on a classic Kirby concept (with exclusive first looks at art) and finishes by teasing a creator owned project, 'World Watch.' Plus, Austen respond's to criticisms made by CrossGen's Mark Alessi about 'The Call.'
CrossGeneration Entertainment announced Friday that they will be publishing MVCreations' comics based on classic (and remade) cartoon "Masters of the Universe" along with arcade games "Dragon's Lair" and "Space Ace."
Image Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping in June, 2003. UPDATED 03/21 with Top Cow covers
Two new superhero roleplaying games, set outside the standard bright four color world of previous licensed roleplaying games, have been announced.
After 29 issues handling the art chores on DC's 'Flash,' artist Scott Kolins is moving on. Kolins spoke with CBR News and reflected on his almost 3 year relationship with the title and the people he worked with.