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Super-Stars (Part 1): Mark Waid's

Super-Stars (Part 1): Mark Waid's "Birthright," The Official Origin

Writer Mark Waid talks about "Superman: Birthright," now the official origin of Superman, what it means for the core Superman books, that which drove story ideas made for the series and much more.

The Mystique Of Mutants: Sean McKeever on writing

The Mystique Of Mutants: Sean McKeever on writing "Mystique"

Writer Sean McKeever is set to take over the writing chores on Marvel's "Mystique." What's he got planned and where will he take the title? McKeever addresses those questiosn and more about this shape-shifting hero.

One of those days: Azad's 'A Very Sammy Day'

One of those days: Azad's 'A Very Sammy Day'

Writer/artist Azad explores the origin of Samuel Little this May with "A Very Sammy Day," the story of a talented thief with a bit of bad luck. Azad previews the story, reveals what inspired Sammy, discusses the recent shake-up at Image and his own brush with thievery!

The Winners: Andy Diggle & Jock talk

The Winners: Andy Diggle & Jock talk "The Losers"

"Losers" creators Andy Diggle and Jock update fans on where the series is and where it's going, why now's a good time to jump on to the series, preview art and more.

Yankee go chrome: Talking with the creators of 'NYC Mech'

Yankee go chrome: Talking with the creators of 'NYC Mech'

New Image series offers New York City attitude in a robot chassis. Ivan Brandon, Miles Gunter and Andy MacDonald discuss the series, it's origins and what you should expect when it hits store shelves in April.

DC Signs Ethan Van Sciver, Jerry Ordway to Exclusives

DC Signs Ethan Van Sciver, Jerry Ordway to Exclusives

DC Comics has announced the singings of artist Ethan Van Sciver and Jerry Ordway to exclusive agreements with the company.

Winick returns to 'Blood and Water'

Winick returns to 'Blood and Water'

In an interview with Fanboy Radio Sunday, writer Judd Winick talked about a sequel to last year's Vertigo mini-seres 'Blood and Water,' sharing details of where this new mini-series will take the characters inhabiting this universe.

SLG Publishing Offices Hit by Drunk Driver

SLG Publishing Offices Hit by Drunk Driver

Saturday night, the San Jose, California offices of SLG Publishing met face-to-face with a drunk driver. Fortunately no one was hurt, but the damage is quite extensive. Editor-In-Chief Jennifer de Guzman spoke with CBR News about what happened.

Bair-ing His Identity: Michael Bair talks 'Identity Crisis' and More

Bair-ing His Identity: Michael Bair talks 'Identity Crisis' and More

Michael Bair talks about his career as an inker, working with artist Rags Moraels, his journey from penciller to inker, why he's changed his professional name and a bit about the upcoming 'Identity Crisis' from DC Comics, including new art.

PREVIEW: Niles & Ruth's 'Freaks of the Heartland' #2 - Updated

PREVIEW: Niles & Ruth's 'Freaks of the Heartland' #2 - Updated

Dark Horse Comics has provided CBR News with a four-page preview of 'Freaks of the Heartland' #2, the story of a family in a small rural town with a terrible secret, due in stores later this month. UPDATED 3/5/04 - Dark Horse Comics has sent an additional 4 pages of preview art.

Zombie nation: Wilkins & Munroe's 'El Zombo'

Zombie nation: Wilkins & Munroe's 'El Zombo'

Two comic newcomers unleash an undead wrestling hero in 'El Zombo,' coming from Dark Horse Comics in April. Includes five pages of preview art.

Chatting with Artist Casey Jones

Chatting with Artist Casey Jones

You've seen his work on 'Excalibur,' 'Fantastic Four,' 'Quicksilver,' 'Birds of Prey' and more, but you may not have seen much of Casey Jones in recent years. Where's he been and what's he up to next? Jones answers those questions and more.

PREVIEW: Mignola's 'B.P.R.D.: A Plague of Frogs'

PREVIEW: Mignola's 'B.P.R.D.: A Plague of Frogs'

Dark Horse Comics has provided CBR News with a four page preview of 'B.P.R.D.: A Plague of Frogs,' the latest spinoff series from Mike Mignola's 'Hellboy' coming this March.

Miracle on Ice, but Gaiman co-owns three

Miracle on Ice, but Gaiman co-owns three

Neil Gaiman's ongoing legal battle with Todd McFarlane appears to be coming to a close when an Appelate court affirmed a district court decision awarding Gaiman ownership of the "Spawn" characters Medieval Spawn, Angela and Cogliostro.

Marvel Comics Solicitations for product shipping May, 2004

Marvel Comics Solicitations for product shipping May, 2004

Marvel Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping May, 2004.

Rucka and Morse climb 'Everest' in August

Rucka and Morse climb 'Everest' in August

Writer Greg Rucka talks about "Everest: Facing the Goddess," a twelve-issue maxi series with fully painted art by Scott Morse coming from Oni Press in August, which follows a treacherous expedition up Mount Everest. Rucka discusses the sto

Kings of The World: Arvid Nelson & Eric J talk 'Rex Mundi'

Kings of The World: Arvid Nelson & Eric J talk 'Rex Mundi'

Writer Arvid Nelson and artist Eric J update fans with the latest on 'Rex Mundi,' the recently released trade paperback and what it means for the series, plus an exclusive five page preview of issue #9.

9 to 5, 20 to Life: Adam Beechen's 'Hench'

9 to 5, 20 to Life: Adam Beechen's 'Hench'

They're the anonymous extras in every superhero comic, the villainous henchman. This June, writer Adam Beechen makes one henchman not so anonymous, as readers see superhero comics from the thug-level, in the AiT/Planet Lar graphic novel, 'Hench.'

Dark Horse previews 'Conan' #2

Dark Horse previews 'Conan' #2

Dark Horse Comics has provided CBR News with a four page preview of the second issue of their hit comic, 'Conan.'

Image Comics Solicitations for product shipping May, 2004

Image Comics Solicitations for product shipping May, 2004

Image Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping May, 2004.

The Savage Publisher: Larsen New Image Boss

The Savage Publisher: Larsen New Image Boss

CBR News has learned that effective immediately, Erik Larsen will replace Jim Valentino as publisher of Image Comics. Larsen spoke with CBR News Thursday evening from his home in Northern California to talk about what he brings to the job and how this will affect publication of his own 'Savage Dragon.'

Gone Fishing: Boneyard Press uses DVDs to attract new readers

Gone Fishing: Boneyard Press uses DVDs to attract new readers

Boneyard Press' Hart D. Fisher and Joseph Monks look to DVDs to attract new readers to the comics marke with the relaunch of 'Flowers on the Razorwire.'

DC Comics Solicitations for product shipping May, 2004

DC Comics Solicitations for product shipping May, 2004

DC Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping in May of 2004.

The epic journey is over: 'Epic Anthology' cancelled

The epic journey is over: 'Epic Anthology' cancelled

Sources informed CBR News Tuesday evening that Marvel Comics' 'Epic Anthology' has been cancelled and a second issue will not see publication.

Damon Hurd's very own 'White Elephant'

Damon Hurd's very own 'White Elephant'

'My Uncle Jeff' author Damon Hurd talks about his next project, 'The White Elephant,' a personal story of loss and lament told as a stage play in the pages of an original graphic novel. Includes a five page preview of the book shipping this May.

Transforming Comics: Brad Mick on 'Transformers G1'

Transforming Comics: Brad Mick on 'Transformers G1'

In the mid-1990s, they told him to leave the Transformers alone. Almost ten years later, Brad Mick holds the keys to the Autobots. Mick talks about the recent Transformers Month celebration and what you can expect next from the series, including a new mini-series with the Micromasters coming this June.

Market Share, Top 300 Comics, Top 50 Graphic Novels Actual Sales for January, 2004

Market Share, Top 300 Comics, Top 50 Graphic Novels Actual Sales for January, 2004

Diamond Comics Distributors has released the top comic numbers based on actual sales on product shipped in January, 2004, including Overall Market Share, Top 300 Comics and Top 50 Graphic Novels/TPB's.

Friends, Colleagues remember Julius Schwartz

Friends, Colleagues remember Julius Schwartz

With news of Julius Schwartz's passing on Sunday, friends and colleagues shared their thoughts and impressions of one of comics greatest Monday afternoon. Lisa Feerick Pollison, a long time friend of Schwartz's, shared with CBR News a number of stories about Schwartz. Additionally, DC Comics has released a full eulogy of Schwartz.

'X-Men' director Bryan Singer to write 'Ultimate X-Men'

'X-Men' director Bryan Singer to write 'Ultimate X-Men'

Variety reports that screenwriters Dan Harris and Michael Dougherty will join director Bryan Singer for a year's worth of 'Ultimate X-Men' scripts.

Julius Schwartz dies at the age of 88

Julius Schwartz dies at the age of 88

Comics legend Julius Schwartz passed away this morning at the age of 88. Schwartz was an pioneer of the Silver Age of comics and had a lasting impact on mainstream comics in the United States.

Taking 'Flight': Kazu Kibuishi talks new indy anthology

Taking 'Flight': Kazu Kibuishi talks new indy anthology

Animator Kazu Kibuishi and a diverse group of animators and comic creators have set out to produce an independent comics anthology filled with Moebius and Miyazaki-influenced material slated for release later this year.

Six Page Preview of 'Hack/Slash' from Devil's Due

Six Page Preview of 'Hack/Slash' from Devil's Due

Devil's Due President Josh Blaylock has provided CBR News with a six-page preview of their April debuting title 'Hack/Slash.'

The Cow Strykes Back: Jay Faerber brings 'Strykeforce' back to life

The Cow Strykes Back: Jay Faerber brings 'Strykeforce' back to life

Writer Jay Faerber talks about bringing Top Cow's 'Strykeforce' back to comics, a look at the characters and the new direction, plus a nine-page preview of issue #1.

Change of 'Paradigm': Two Irish guys team up to end the world.

Change of 'Paradigm': Two Irish guys team up to end the world.

Matt Cashel and Jeremy Haun talk about their Image Comic "Paradigm," a photo-realistic comic about a very odd little city called Bogsdale. The duo talk about the production of the comic, its inspiration and what's next.

Matt Wagner covers DC icons in May

Matt Wagner covers DC icons in May

Matt Wagner will provide the cover art for 'Adventures of Superman,' 'Batman' and 'Wonder Woman' in May as part of a promotion for the release of the 'Trinity' hard cover collection.

Alive and Well: Jessie Garza previews 'Dead @17 #4'

Alive and Well: Jessie Garza previews 'Dead @17 #4'

Viper Comics President Jessie Garza has given CBR News a sneak peak at 'Dead @17' #4 and talks the upcoming sequel.

Father and Child Reunion: Joe Quesada's 'Daredevil: Father'

Father and Child Reunion: Joe Quesada's 'Daredevil: Father'

Marvel EIC Joe Quesada returns to the drawing table this April in the pages of 'Daredevil: Father,' a uniquely personal five-issue series which digs deep into the life of Matt Murdock.

A Hell Of A Time: Mike Mignola talks 'Hellboy'

A Hell Of A Time: Mike Mignola talks 'Hellboy'

In an extensive interview writer/artist Mike Mignola talks all things 'Hellboy.' What's happening with the big red guy, the genesis of the comic, his thoughts on the movie and working with director Guillermo Del Toro and much more.

'Killer Stunts, Inc.' gets something of a reboot, film details

'Killer Stunts, Inc.' gets something of a reboot, film details

Alan Scott, the creator of the indy comic 'Killer Stunts, Inc.' writes to give us an update on future issues of the comic as well as production on the feature film.

Marvel Comics Solicitations for product shipping April, 2004

Marvel Comics Solicitations for product shipping April, 2004

Marvel Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping April, 2004.

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