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Writer Micah Wright has revealed that his claims of being an Army Ranger were all part of an on-going hoax in a statement released yesterday. The Washington Post also revealed the hoax story, with news on some of Wright's upcoming projects. Plus, fallout from the announcement since Saturday. Updated 5:30 PM Washington Post reporter Richard Leiby contacted CBR News to counter some of Wright's claims.
Message board community and Hellboy creator Mike Mignola reach out to help stroke victim shoulder medical bill burden.
Over on his official site, writer Geoff Johns talks a bit about the decision to bring Hal Jordan back to the DC Universe.
DC Comics announced today that it has acquired the North American publishing rights of British publisher Rebellion, home of "2000 AD" and "Judge Dredd Magazine."
"Action Comics" and "Adventures of Superman" cover artists Arthur Adams and Gene Ha, respectively, talk about their contributions to the Superman line of comics and what makes drawing a cover for a Superman book different than any other book.
Next week the first issue of Brian Azzarello and Jim Lee's run on "Superman" hits stores. This week, Jim Lee talks about the enormous task of bringing comics' greatest icon to life, working with Azzarello, thoughts on the current state of Wildstorm and much more. Plus, pencils from "Superman" #205.
Writer Antony Johnston embarks on a Lovecraft inspired journey of horror in July's "Yuggoth Creatures," featuring 19 different stories with art contributions from eight different artists. Johnston provides a run-down of the stories as well as a look at each artist.
Image Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping July, 2004.
The 2004 Harvey Award Nominations have been announced. The full list of nominees is included and the winners will be announced on Saturday, June 26th.
The 1960s sci-fi hero Magnus Robot Fighter returns to comics with new stories from iBooks in 2005 and a collection of the classic 1960s Russ Manning issues from Dark Horse Comics this November.
Marvel Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping July, 2004.
When writer Robert Kirkman takes over the writing chores on "Captain America" this July, he hopes to take Cap where he hasn't been for a while: unbelievable.
Artist Tim Bradstreet talks about working with Lions Gate Films on teaser images and posters for the "Punisher" film (he'll also be around for the sequel) and the busy schedule he keeps providing covers for some of comics top books.
"Superman" colorist Alex Sinclair presents a step-by-step look at coloring using the cover to "Superman" #205 as an example. Plus, notes on "Identity Crisis," "Wetworks," "Batman" and more.
Diamond Comics Distributors has released the top comic numbers based on actual sales on product shipped in March, 2004, including Overall Market Share, Top 300 Comics and Top 50 Graphic Novels/TPB's.
Writer J.C. Vaughn and Mark L. Haynes talking about bringing Counter Terrorism Unit Agent Jack Bauer from the small screen to the printed page in July's "24: One Shot." Updated with new cover image.
Next week Top Cow and Spacedog's "Proximity Effect" will debut on the Web, but today CBR News offers you an exclusive 25-page preview absolutely free.
Stuart Immonen talks about working with Kurt Busiek on "Superman: Secret Identity," the road traveled to getting published, techniques he uses at the drawing board and what he's up to next.
CBR News caught up with Kazu Kibuishi, the guy behind the indy anthology "Flight," to learn more about where the book is and how things have changed since the book's landed at Image. Includes new preview images.
Writer/Artist Robert Walker introduces an African American super-heroine this August in the self-published super hero comic, "Delete."
Widow has more than just dust bunnies under her bed -- try copies of "Superman" #3, "Captain Marvel" #1 and "Detective Comics" #3.
DC Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping in July of 2004.
"I want to write a Superman story that somebody who doesn't read Superman comics will understand." That's writer Brian Azzarello describing the type of story he's written for his run on "Superman" with Jim Lee. Azzarello spoke with CBR News about his plans for the series, some notes about the upcoming "Luthor" mini-series and his next Vertigo project to be announced this summer.
Marvel Comics announced today the creation of a new publishing imprint, ICON, which will publish projects outside of the Marvel Universe. The first two titles will be Brian Bendis' "Powers" and David Mack's "Kabuki."
Eisner Awards administrator Jackie Estrada has released a press release detailing the nominees for the 2004 Eisner Awards. Brian Bendis and Greg Rucka lead all creators with the most nominations, while DC leads all publishers with 35 nominations.
Writer Geoff Johns takes a look at the modern day Superboy and what plans he has for him in the pages of DC's "Teen Titans."
IDW Publishing has provided CBR News with a 7 page preview of art from their upcoming "John Law: Dead Man Walking" featuring all new work by writer/artist Gary Chaloner and classic tales by Eisner.
Writer/Artist David Yurkovich talks about Top Shelf's upcoming collections of "Less Than Heroes," what the series is about, where Warren Ellis' kind praise for his work came from, plans for future volumes and much more.
Devil's Due Publishing has announced that with Dynamite Entertainment it will begin publishing a brand new comic based on the cult hit film "Army of Darkness."
Avatar Press has provided CBR News with a preview of "Nightjar" #1, hitting comic shops this week. The preview includes four pages from issue #1 plus a look at all the cover to this four-issue mini-series.
Writer Clifford Meth updates CBR News on "The Dave Cockrum Tribute" anthology with a current list of contributors, some notes on the royalties settlement he negotiated with Marvel Comics on Cockrum's behalf and his own "god's 15 minutes" anthology.
Writer/Artist Sam Kieth talks about his latest creation, "Scratch," a new five-issue mini-series that introduces a new character to the DC Universe. Kieth talks about the series, criticizes his own work and makes mentions or upcoming work he'll be doing for DC Comics and Oni Press.
Writer Kurt Busiek talks about that "other" Superman in "Superman: Secret Identity." He talks about the inspirations for the series, reaction to a key moment in issue #2, working with Stuart Immonen and more.
In a rare interview, the editor fo the Superman line of comics Eddie Berganza talks with CBR News about the new creative teams coming in April, upcoming plans for each series, the challenges of finding the right talent and bringing them together and more.
The writing duo of Jimmy Palmiotti and Justin Gray talk about taking over "Hawkman" from Geoff Johns, how things will and won't change with them on board, Hawkman fandom and more.
Lots more people and lots more things to see from Wizard World: Los Angeles this Sunday, including the mystery of the real Tomm Coker, the Punisher car, unhappy/happy Erik Larsen and more.
Writer Chuck Austen discusses some of the plans he has for "Action Comics," on working with Ivan Reis, what he's got planned for Lana and Clark and allays the fears of some Superman fans.
Checker Book Publishing Group's Mark Thompson talks with CBR News about their upcoming "Star Trek" collections, reprinting the classic comics from the '60s and '70s.
Marvel Comics has announced that they've cancelled the chronically late, but very popular title "The Ultimates," to regroup and launch again at a later date.
Things and people to see on day one from Wizard World: Los Angeles. Some of your favorite creators and not so favorite costumed attendees were in attendance.