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Jeff Smith, Harvey Pekar and others join the long list of talent contributing to this benefit book.
Poster includes headline "We Salute America's Heroes" paying tribute to relief workers.
Joseph Michael Linsner release details of his tribute project with proceeds going to the Red Cross.
Larry Young shares his perspective on the upcoming Marvel conference while promoting and previewing his companies latest offering.
Marvel Comics will directly address the September 11 terrorist attack on the United States in the pages of "Amazing Spider-Man," written by J. Michael Straczynski.
Christian Gosset ("The Red Star") reacts to the Attack on America last week which includes a "call to arms" to his fellow comic professionals.
Tidalwave Studios to donate proceeds from sales of posters and t-shirts to the International Association of Firefighters. Corrected.
Previously announced tribute poster available only to retailers will also be made available to fans.
More details released by Marvel including the latest list of contributors.
Yanick Paquette is lead into temptation by "Codename: Knockout."
DC Comics reprints classic image of Superman to honor America's heroes.
Diamond Comics releases the top selling comics for the month of September.
Two independent companies combine their charitable relief efforts to benefit the American Red Cross.
Comic publishers concentrate their efforts to raise money for the American Red Cross.
Project officially announced to public, cover image by Frank Cho previewed.
Rosemann discusses his journey back into work on Thursday in New York City, plus gives early details of a Marvel Tribute book called "Heroes."
Emotional image featuring Captain America looming over the New York skyline pays tribute to those who perished in the attack.
Erik Larsen, Keith Giffen, Bernie Wrightson among first creators to pledge support.
Artist Tom Beland creates a stirring image inspired by the attack on New York City.
Follow-up to wildly successful first film based on the comic delayed due to terrorist attacks.
Sony Pictures temporarily takes Spider-Man site offline.
Alternative Comics publisher Jeff Mason assembles a who's who list of comics creators for charity book.
News and notes from DC Comics related to the WTC attack plus official announcement of "Dark Knight Strikes Back."
Warren Ellis, Brian Bendis, Greg Rucka and others pledge their help to raise money for the Red Cross.
Due to the situation in the North East United States comic shipments may be delayed indefinitely.
Movie company wants all teaser posters and trailers featuring World Trade Center taken down and returned.
Convention dedicated to the small press community cancels show in response to the terrorist acts in New York, Washington D.C.
New York based comic companies update plus another east coast con cancellation.
Updates on CBR's regular coverage, reflection on the day's events.
Creator Jill Thompson's magic creation gets her own play.
Todd Dezago outlines publishing schedule for upcoming "Tellos" chapters.
Larry Young shares preview pages of upcoming work by Sienkiewicz plus details on another AiT/PlanetLar project.
Mike Mignola hands over characters in his universe for a three issue mini-series.
Marvel Comics boasts of their big financial success this October, announces the title of their all-silent comics this December and declares the Marvel Universe a no smoking zone.
Chuck Austen, the artist of the new Marvel MAX series "US War Machine," talks with CBR News about this unique new series, gives fans an exclusive look at artwork from the book, plus discusses the creative process and what fans can expect from this series.
The artist discusses working with David Mack, his early training and what's next for this rising talent.
Walter Simonson details the final moments of the series, reflects on his run.
"Elektra" cover artist and "Black Widow" artist Greg Horn talks about working on the new "Black Widow" series for Marvel's MAX imprint, how he gets those realistic effects on his art and why Brian Bendis is the best video game instructor you could ever have.
Writer Ian Edginton discusses his new DC/WildStorm series, "The Establishment," and addresses the perception that the book is in the shadow of "The Authority."
Another in a series of sketches from the 'Witches' artist has been completed, this time the Joker as rendered by Deodato.