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CBR News has been provided a preview of the Image Comics graphic novel "Bedlam" by writers Keith Giffen & Shannon Denton and artist Matt Jacobs, which is schedule to hit stores this July.
The hotly anticipated "Lone Ranger" series is set to hit stores later this year, but Dynamite has remained mum when it comes to the interiors. Who is saddling up to join the adventure? Come in and find out.
Forget "The Da Vinci Code." It's time for fans to solve a new mystery in "Enigma Cipher," shipping in August from Boom! CBR News spoke to co-writer Michael Alan Nelson about the book and what to expect.
Marvel Comics has released preview images for July 19th shipping titles "Captain America" #20, "New X-Men" #28," "X-Men Fairy Tales" #3, "Marvel Westerns: Western Legends" and "Marvel Adventures The Avengers" #3.
It's a new week, with new Marvel previews, as we take a look at the July shipping "Jack Kirby's Galactic Bounty Hunters" #1 and "X-Men: Civil War" #1.
So you're an Otaku lost in Japan: nightmare or dream come true? In Fred Gallagher's "Megatokyo," now published by DC/CMX, the question is answered for two devoted fans of all things Japan. CBR News spoke to the creator, who revealed the origins of the series and hinted at plans for the future.
Magnum and MacGuyver have nothing on Sam & Max, the furry private investigators from "Sam & Max." The classic comic is coming back in a new video game and creator Steve Purcell told CBR News all about it.
It's week seven for DC Comics' "52" series and this week the Booster storyline really gets going while Montoya finds a connection. And as always, Justin's here to share his thoughts, concerns and predictions with a new addition to this 52 week feature.
DC's Martian Manhunter is more than just a green Superman, and AJ Lieberman plans on making this fact clear to readers in a brand new miniseries.
The "Year Of Carey" continues as acclaimed scribe Mike Carey's much anticipated "Wetworks" from DC/Wildstorm will be hitting shelves this September. CBR spoke to the writer about his plans for the series, his tenure on the book, and his plans for the future. Did you really think he was done with Vertigo?
Did the creator of "Crime Does Not Pay" go to jail for murder? Did Jim Shooter and Dave Cockrum once share an apartment? Did Jack Kirby write comics under a pseudonym? Those questions are answered this week in Comic Book Urban Legends Revealed on Comics Should Be Good @ CBR!
This summer, Rich Koslowski ("The King," "Three Fingers") returns to the characters he created nine years ago with "Jim's Jerky," a new one-shot featuring the 3 Geeks with a very unusual insert - a piece of beef jerky! Yup, you read that right.
Two of Shadowline's sexiest characters mix it up in sin city in the August debuting one-shot "Bomb Queen vs. Blacklight." Creators Scott Wherle and Jimmie Robinson stopped by to dish the dirt.
Last Week, Spider-Man stunned the Marvel Universe by revealing his secret identity to the world. The Webslinger's unmasking will have repercussions for both friends and foes. CBR News spoke with writer Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa about the impact Spidey's choice will have on "Sensational Spider-Man."
Marvel Comics has released previews of "Squadron Supreme" #5 and "X-Factor" #9, both shipping in July, as well as a preview of Ed Brubaker's upcoming "Criminal" series.
Boom! Studios has provided CBR News with a seven page preview of "Stardust Kid" #4 by J.M. DeMatteis and Mike Ploog. The book ships to comic shops today, Wednesday, June 21st.
With the hotly anticipated "Eternals" #1 hitting comic book stores today, Marvel Comics has revealed the new covers to issues #2 and #3, as a result of some changes.
Hourman's time might just be up because the man who broke Batman's back, Bane, is hunting him. Their clash will be chronicled in "The Venom Connection," a two-part story beginning in "JSA Classified" #17. CBR News spoke with writer Tony Bedard about the story.
In the Image Comics series "Task Force 1," Jim Valentino and Jeffery Stevenson tell the story of a futuristic world whose best hope is a group of super-soldiers with powers that are killing them. We spoke with the guys to get the latest on the project.
Just looking at the amount of work he has coming from Boom! Studios, writer Michael Alan Nelson seems to be their go to guy of late. We caught up with Nelson to discuss the upcoming "Pirate Tales," "The Enigma Cipher" and more.
Top Cow Productions has provided CBR News with previews of two of their July shipping titles: "Witchblade" #100 and "Cyberforce" #4.
Marvel Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping September, 2006. We've got the full text and cover images, which features September "Civil War" tie-ins and a few surprises along the way.
With its stunning last page and subsequent mainstream media coverage, "Civil War" #2 has gone back for a second printing with a new cover.
Image Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics shipping September, 2006. Included are the debut of Oeming/Brandon's "The Cross Bronx," Giffen/Denton's "Tabula Rasa," Kurtz's "Captain Amazing" and more.
It's Mighty Marvel Preview Day at CBR, with first looks at July shipping Marvel Comics titles including "X-Men," "Ghost Rider," "Ms. Marvel," and more.
The Stargate spin-off series "Stargate Atlantis" had an impressive first season on the SciFi channel last year, but now it's the comics turn to shine. This August sees the debut of "Stargate Atlantis: Wraithfall" and we spoke with writer Stuart Moore to learn what his plans are for the team.
There are only 9 days left to enter CBR & Marvel.com's "Nextwave: Agents of Hate Crayon Butchery Variant" contest, where for just coloring a single page of a "Nextwave" comic, you have a chance to win a page of original art by Stuart Immonen! Click on the link for details.
While the September debuting "Blade" by writer Marc Guggenheim has already been announced, the matter of an artist had not yet been settled. CBR News has learned that Howard Chaykin will be handling the art duties on the title. We sat down with the artist for a chat about the character.
DC Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping in September of 2006.
DC Comics has provided CBR News with previews of Wednesday shipping titles "All Star Superman" #4, "Birds of Prey" #95, "Robin" #151 and "Sgt. Rock: The Prophecy" #6.
Justin's back with his weekly look at DC Comics' "52." In week six, the chinese heroes show up and put a beat down on the GLs with some help from Black Adam, plus the mystery continues with Booster Gold.
IDW Publishing has provided CBR News with a preview of the June 21st shipping "Fallen Angel" #6 by writer Peter David and artist J.K. Woodward.
As part of theBLVD virtual studio, Tommy Lee Edwards is one of a team of artists who's work influences and is seen in comics, film. TV and video games. CBR News spoke with Edwards about the sketchbook and much more.
Diamond has released the top comic numbers based on actual sales for product shipped in May, 2006, including Market Share, Top 300 Comics, Top 100 Graphic Novels/TPB's and Top 50 Manga. DC Comics leads all publishers in sales and units, but Marvel takes the #1 spot with "Civil War" #1.
This week over at the Comics Should Be Good blog, Brian Cronin tackles urban legends where comics and good old rock n' roll collide!
CBR News' spotlight on Marvel Comics "Agents of Atlas" concludes this week as writer Jeff Parker brings us the final Agent profile. Who is the mysterious golden age Marvel character that resurfaces in the present to complete the team? Click on the link and find out!
The twists and turns of this case seem Byzantine, as retailer Gordon Lee faces more charges in one of the most unusual legal cases to hit the comic book community. Details inside.
If you haven't read "Civil War" #2, or don't want the events spoiled, then you won't want to read what Marvel Comics has planned next for the hero at the center of the issue's shocking twist. Includes a preview of the cover to "Civil War" #5. This is your SPOILER WARNING.
You can't keep a good kid down. "Franklin Richards" returns this summer, with more trouble for our titular tyke, and we spoke to the creative team about this Eisner nominated Marvel Comic.
While it started life as a webcomic and suffered the collapse of one publishing company, "Athena Voltaire" has found a new home with Ape Entertainment. We spoke with the creative team of Steve Brant, Paul Daly and Chad Fidler about this adventure comic in the style of "Indiana Jones" and "Tomb Raider."