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Aspen's fans flocked to the company's Wizard World Philadelphia panel to find free goodies and some exciting news about future projects. CBR News was on hand to tell you what happened.
Thought Marvel Comics left Jean Grey behind in "Endsong?" C'mon True Believer! Today at Wizard World Philadelphia, Marvel Comics announced Greg Pak's sequel "X-Men: Phoenix- Warsong." Come see what Pak told CBR News about the series.
The life expectancy of the Marvel Universe's undead is about to plunge, because this September, Blade, the scourge of bloodthirsty nosferatus everywhere, returns in a new ongoing series. CBR News spoke with "Blade" writer Marc Guggenheim.
This fall the city of New Orleans will be the site of an epic battle between father and son when Daimon Hellstrom returns in the five issue "Hellstorm: Son of Satan" mini-series. CBR News spoke exclusively with writer Alexander Irvine about the mini-series which debuts this October from Marvel Comics' Max line.
The dead are walking again at Marvel Comics in the four-issue limited series "Zombie," from the MAX imprint. Former editor turned writer Mike Raicht told us all about the series, announced today at Wizard World Philadelphia.
Lots of Q&A at today's DC Nation panel during Wizard World Philly, which included news of a cancellation reprieve for "Manhunter," and a new "Mystery In Space" mini-series by Jim Starlin.
Friday afternoon at Wizard World Philly, the Marvel Mondo panel featured a number of interesting announcements, including news of series "Hellstorm: Son of Satan," "Zombie," "1602: Fantastik Four" and more.
65 years later, Stan Lee still inspires creators at Marvel Comics, and will be honored with a five-issue limited series entitled "Stan Lee Meets." Editing these wacky adventures is Tom Brevoort, who spoke to CBR News about this special event.
The 2006 Harvey Award Nominees have been announced and they include quite a few for DC & Marvel, as well as one book eveyone loved, but nobody read, and some interesting surprises along the way.
UPDATED Marvel Comics held a conference call earlier today to discuss the upcoming creator changes on "Uncanny X-Men" and "X-Men." We've got a full transcript of that call with Ed Brubaker and Editor Mike Marts, as well as preview art.
With Sunday's announcement of a new Batwoman debuting in the pages of DC Comics' "52," the company has found itself in the media spotlight. When's the last time you heard Starr Jones talk about comic books? CBR News look inside the controversy and excitement surrounding this new character.
Image's latest publishing collaboration is raising more than a few eye brows -- the alternative press magazine Kitchen Sink is now published through the I. Will it include comics? Read on to find out.
"Thing" is dead. Long Live the Thing! CBR News spoke to Dan Slott about the cancellation of his Marvel Comics series and the winner of the "Pull My Thing" contest.
You've read reviews and heard people talk about "Hero Squared." This Thursday, the first TPB collection comes out, but to whet your appetite we've got the entire first issue of the Boom! Studios mini-series for you to read free of charge!
With the Joe Casey/Chris Weston series "Fantastic Four: First Family" now at the half-way point, we catch up with Weston to get a behind-the-scenes look at the series, what attracted him to the project and what his artistic process is like.
With oil prices skyrocketing, comic retailers and readers are forced to make tough decisions. How exactly does the rising price of oil affect the comics industry? We talk with retailers, manufacturers and fans to see how it's affecting them.
Virgin Comics has announced that acclaimed painter Alex Ross will be illustrating covers for the company, with the first to the series "Ramayan Reborn," based on ancient Indian mythology.
After some long delays, B. Clay Moore and Steve Griffin's "Hawaiian Dick: The Last Resort" comes to a conclusion shortly at Image Comics. CBR News has an eight page preview of polynesian style mayhem from issue #4.
Dynamite Entertainment has announced that legendary artist George Perez will be the special cover artist for the upcoming "Darkman" section.
This fall, England's premier hero Union Jack must save London from an army of supervillains in his own self titled mini-series from Marvel Comics. CBR News spoke with artist Mike Perkins about the series.
Marvel Comics has released preview pages from "Eternals" #1, "Captain America" #19, "Annihilation: Nova" #3 and "Uncanny X-Men Annual" #1.
In the third of our three part series on "Lost Girls," Alan Moore & Melinda Gebbie discuss the possible outcry that may result from the publication of the book, plus much more.
"Battlestar: Galactica" has already conquered the cable television world and now it's setting its sites on the comics world in the upcoming series from Dynamite. Robert caught up with writer Greg Pak to get the low down on the series.
Justin checks in with his weekly look at DC's "52," with a recap of what's happened and some predictions as to what comes next. And what the heck is that cocooned thing?
Legendary animation and comic artist/designer Alex Toth died Saturday morning. He was 77.
Adi Tantimedh continues his lengthy feature on "Lost Girls" with Alan Moore who's joined by Melinda Gebbie for this chapter, in which the two delive further into the controverial issues in "Lost Girls" that will surely captivate readers.
Dynamite has provided CBR News with a preview of "Painkiller Jane" #2, by Joe Quesada, Jimmy Palmiotti and Lee Moder.
In part three of our look at Marvel's "Agents of Atlas," CBR News chats with the man charged with bringing to life the exploits of the reunited band of '50s heroes, Leonard Kirk, who CBR News has learned signed an exclusive contract with Marvel recently. Plus, writer Jeff Parker checks in with his latest Agent Profile: The Human Robot.
Beginning in the pages of "Fear Agent" #5 will be a new series of back up stories called "Tales of the Fear Agent," telling stories from Heath Huston's past. Already, the likes of Eric Powell, B. Clay Moore, Justin Grey, Kieron Dwyer, Steve Niles and more have signed-on. We caught up with Rick Remender to find out more.
Dynamite Enterainment has provided CBR News with a preview of "Red Sonja vs Thulsa Doom" #4, arriving in stores this summer.
In the first of a three part series looking at the upcoming Top Shelf release of "Lost Girls" by Alan Moore & Melinda Gebbie, Adi Tantimedh sits down with Alan Moore for a lengthy discussion on the book and the sexuality found within its pages.
We're proud to announce that the popular comics blog COMICS SHOULD BE GOOD has joined the CBR family! You can now find their daily updates, reviews, comic book urban legends and more at goodcomics.comicbookresources.com! Stop by and welcome them to the family!
Steven Grant is bringing his popular 1980s character back to life this August with a new lead in "Whisper" #0 from Boom! Studios. CBR News spoke with Grant about the differences between this and what came before, and on placing "Whisper" in the middle of the disastrous Hurricane Katrina. Updated with additional art.
Dynamite Entertainment has provided CBR News with a six page preview of "Red Sonja" #10 by Michael Avon Oeming, Mel Rubi and Pablo Marcos.
"Marvel Team Up" #14 featured the first meeting of Robert Kirkman's Invincible and Marvel's Spider-Man. This June in the pages of "Invincible" #33, the villain behind Invincible's trip to the Marvel U is finally revealed.
It's Two-Fer Dynamite Wednesday here on CBR! (OK, we'll work on the name a bit.) Dynamite Entertainment has provided CBR News with a preview of "Army of Darkness" #7, written by James Kuhoric with art by Kevin Sharpe.
Marvel has revealed the Marc Silvestri "Ghost Rider" Variant Cover for for the first issue of the new series that debuts this July.
With the release date only months away, Virgin Comics has released a preview of "The Sadhu" #1. Come check it out and learn about "Virgin Comics" #0.
Last month we brought you the news of "CSI: Dying in the Gutters," the series which asks the (thankfully fictional) question "Who killed Rich Johnston?" IDW Publishing has released preview pages of issue #1.
Action? Check. Adventure? Check. Lots of pretty pictures? Check. So what else can you expect from Actionopolis' "Heir To Fire?" Author Rob Worley told CBR News all about his new illustrated novel.