Category: Comic Books
Showing results 29426-29465 of 30781
This year, Top Shelf will debut eight titles at Comic-Con International in San Diego. CBR News talked with Publisher Chris Staros to learn more about their offerings with a look at what's coming next. Includes loads of preview pages.
Next spring sees the release of Kirsten Baldock and Fabio Moon's "Smoke and Guns" from AiT/Planet Lar. It's the story of warring cigarette girls which leads to all kinds of murder and mayhem between girls wearing the most interesting of costumes.
Writer Joe Casey and artist Steve Parkhouse have embarked on a dark journey in the horror title "Milkman Murders" from Dark Horse Comics. Casey spoke with CBR News about the series and its origins.
Horror Goddess Lady Death has been rescued and will return to comic shop shelves in two new, full-color series to be published by Avatar Press. CBR News spoke with Brian Pulido and Avatar's William Christensen to learn more about their plans, how the rights were rescued and what's next for the character.
Catching up with writer Ron Marz who discusses his plans for "Green Lantern," "Star Wars: Empire" and "The Darkness," plus life post CrossGen and much more. Includes "Empire" pages.
Writer/film maker Greg Pak talks about the September debuting title "Warlock" from Marvel Comics. He discusses this latest version of the character, what you can expect, plus how he ended up at Marvel.
Rich Benatovech talks about the second book in his four volume OGN "Sentinels," about a second generation superhero team whose parents disappeared when they were young. What's coming next, how he's grown as a writer since volume one and much more.
Artist Pascal Ferry talks about the upcoming "Adam Strange" mini-series, contrasts working on this mini-series to his previous Superman gigs and the varied artistic influences he pulls on.
Diamond Comics Distributors has released the top comic numbers based on actual sales on product shipped in June, 2004, including Overall Market Share, Top 300 Comics and Top 50 Graphic Novels/TPB's.
Andy Diggle talks about bringing new life to "Adam Strange," working on his first American superhero comic, problems of continuity and more.
Writer Marc Andreyko discusses the upcoming DCU series "Manhunter," this new version of the character, on Manhunter being a she this time around, how the events of "Identity Crisis" play a part and more.
This November, "Formerly Known as the Jusitce League" writers Keith Giffen and J.M DeMatteis will be bringing that same brand of comedy to the one-shot "Hero Squared X-Tra Sized Special" from Atomeka.
Marvel Comics has provided CBR News with a preview of the September debuting title "Warlock," with writer Greg Pak and artist Charles Adlard.
DC Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping in October of 2004.
Following yesterday's chat with Dan Jolley, "Bloodhound" artist Leonard Kirk talks about the upcoming title. Includes three pages of preview art from issue #1.
Axel Alonso, editor of "Amazing Spider-Man" and "Marvel Knights Spider-Man" among others, talks about the current state of the Spider-Man titles, where new and returning readers should pick up and what to expect from Spidey in the coming months. Includes a 14 page preview of "Spectacular Spider-Man" #17.
Jason Asala enters the big pond of self-publishing with a quirky book about a bluegill possessed by a 6,000-year-old pharaoh and his two unorthodox friends called "Nantucket Brown Roasters."
Writer Dan Jolley talks about the new series coming later this month, "Bloodhound." Jolley introduces you to the series hero, Travis Clevenger, an ex-Atlanta cop with a knack for tracking down metahuman criminals.
Acclaimed writer Bruce Jones, best known for his work on Marvel's "The Hulk," has signed a two-year exclusive agreement with DC Comics.
Marvel Comics has provided CBR News with a preview from the upcoming "Ultimate Fantastic Four" #9. CBR News sat down with artist Stuart Immonen to learn a bit more about the issue and his work.
Chuck Austen talks about his self-published series "Worldwatch" with a look at the characters and what you can expect, his current work on "Action Comics" and confirms the rumors that he'll be leaving Marvel's "X-Men."
Writer Peter Hogan talks about the second volume of "Terra Obscura," working with Yanick Paquette, gives an introduction to the series and a look at art from issue 1.
Since it was first announced a year ago, much has changed for "Killer Stunts, Inc." with a new artist and film adaptation moving quickly. Scott Alan Kinney updated CBR News on the comic front (with exclusive art) and producer Adrian Askarieh spoke about the film.
Incoming Editor-In-Chief of IDW Publishing Chris Ryall sat down with CBR News to talk about the new position, what he brings to the job and where he goes from here.
With the announcement that Jeff Mariotte will be leaving IDW Publishing as Editor In Chief, CBR News caught up with him to learn why he's leaving and to find out what's up next.
Brian Pulido, the creator of such characters as "Lady Death" and "Evil Ernie," will launch four new horror titles at Avatar Press later this year. Pulido spoke with CBR news about his new creations. Includes a selection of preview art. UPDATED 6/27/04 - Now with more preview art.
Image Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping September, 2004.
Writer Kris Oprisko talks about bringing the video game "Metal Gear Solid" to comics, the challenges of pleasing fans who already have great familiarity with the universe, plus three preview pages from the book.
On his way to baseball spring training, Bruce O'Connor crashes into a car driven by a witch. Angered by the accident, the witch curses Bruce - every day at dawn he dies, only to be resurrected when the sun goes down. William Harms talks about "Bad Mojo," coming this August from AiT/Planet Lar.
This September, writer Brian McLachlan, artist Thomas Williams and Oni Press offer up the OGN "No Dead Time," the comedic story of two twenty somethings working jobs they hate, trying to find themselves and looking for love.
"Voltron" artist E.J. Su talks about working on the title, the challenges faced drawing such a diverse team and his comic influences growing up in Taiwan.
There's a new Spider-Man in town. Later this year Indian publisher Gotham Entertainment Group will release an Indian version of Spider-Man starring Pavitr Prabhakar, with an origin and story based in Indian society and cultrue.
John Romita Jr. explores the afterlife while exploring a non-Marvel publisher in the Image Comics series, "The Gray Area," in stores today.
In part three of our series spotlighting work from Devil's Due, writer Dan Jolley updates fans on what's been happening within the pages of "Voltron" and what to expect next from the series.
At an event in San Francisco last week, the press gathered to witness a close-up demonstration of the new video game "Spider-Man 2: The Game." Preview includes new screen grabs and two new videos.
Last Tuesday, fans of "The Shield" were treated to a quick appearance by the Image Comics hero Invincible. Robert Kirkman spoke with CBR News, explaining how his creation made it into the cop drama.
Numerous sources are reporting that beleaguered comics publisher CrossGen Entertainment has filed for chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. Updated.
"G.I. Joe" artist Tim Seeley talks about working on the series, fan reaction to his work, the challenges of working on a title with such a diverse cast and more.
Diamond Comics Distributors has released the top comic numbers based on actual sales on product shipped in May, 2004, including Overall Market Share, Top 300 Comics and Top 50 Graphic Novels/TPB's.
"G.I. Joe" writer Brandon Jerwa talks with CBR News about the series, plus the upcoming "Master and Apprentice" mini-series. Includes preview art from "Master and Apprentice."