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Writer Steve Niles gives CBR News an exclusive first look at his new horror series with artist Ben Templesmith '30 Days of Night,' about a small town in Alaska where the sun doesn't shine for 30 days each year and a terrible evil is unleashed.
Updates to the FCBD Web site reveal almost 2 million comics will be made available for the event.
Diamond Comics Distributors releases top comic numbers for March, 2002.
Legendary comic creator Joe Simon's bid for the Captain America copyright has ended, with Marvel Comics retaining the copyright.
"Captain Marvel" writer Peter David gets into a very public dispute via open letters with Marvel Comics Editor in Chief Joe Quesada over the company's decision to raise the book's price 25 cents.
Artist Eric Canete discusses his new project with Warren Ellis 'MEK,' coming from Wildstorm and some thoughts on his 'Cybernary' run.
The writing team behind DC's surprise hit "The Legion" talk about what they're doing with the franchise and where it's going next.
Image Comics details the return of the series, release dates for the collections and a preview of issue #13.
Comics creator Paul Pope talks at length about his upcoming DC/Vertigo project '100%," with a look at the cover, plus updates on his own "THB" and Pope believes comics must be destroyed in order to survive. UPDATED with a two page preview of "100% #1."
CBR's Michael Thomas sits down with Bat-editor Bob Schreck to talk about, well, pretty much everything! A look at the road traveled by Schreck to get him here and the life he lived along the way, the current status of the Bat books, 'Green Lantern' and 'Green Arrow,' why he always edits and never writes, plus much more.
Douglas Barre talks about the Image comic 'Defiance' and reveals the rather unique production process for the first issue.
'Superman: Man of Steel' writer Mark Schultz talks Superman, how he approaches his title vs. the other Super-writers, the current state of the industry and what's next.
A lengthy discussion by Arune Singh with Geoff Johns, Joe Quesada, Jeph Loeb and Phil Jimenez about the Internet's impact on comics and how the Web will contribute to the future of the medium. Four very different people with a variety of opinions on what the on-line world brings to the industry.
Writer/Artist Scott Morse discusses his upcoming Marvel Knights mini-series 'Elektra: Glimpse and Echo.' UPDATED with additional artwork from Morse.
Best Writer nominee Mark Waid requests his name be withdrawn from Harvey Award consideration for his work on CrossGen's 'Ruse.' UPDATED 03/11/02 8:20 PM PST with response from CrossGen and further response from Waid.
'The Legion' artist Olivier Coipel shares his enthusiasm for the characters in the Legion universe, talks about how he broke in, meeting deadlines plus a sketch of Legion member M'onel exclusively for this interview.
Marvel editor Stuart Moore has announced that the upcoming 'Night Nurse' has been shelved. Simone responds to the decision.
Walt Simonson talks about the end of Orion, reflects on his time spent on the book, how he feels about the cancellation of the book and what he's up to next. Plus a three-page color-preview of issue #24.
Industry awards recognizing the best from 2001 announced. '100 Bullets,' 'Ruse' and 'Eightball' among nominees.
Tying in with the "Spider-Man" feature film in May, TV Guide will feature the web-sligner on its cover with artwork by John Romita Jr. and Sr., Mark Bagley and Alex Ross.
StarWars.com unveils the painted covers by artist Tsuneo Sanda for the upcoming comic adaptation.
Pages from the DC Comics oversized book now up for auction on the Web to benefit the Twin Towers fund.
Incoming 'Fantastic Four' writer Mark Waid discusses landing the FF gig and how he's approaching this book, the future of 'Ruse' and what's up next for the writer.
Ted Naifeh talks 'Courtney Crumrin & the Night Things" coming from Oni, teases his upcoming 'Star Wars' work and shares his excitement about the diversity of product available in today's market.
The July launch of Wildstorm's 'Stormwatch: Team Achilles' features the first work by comics newcomer Micah Wright and signals the return of Whilce Portacio to monthly comics. Wright spoke at length about this new book and details what you can expect. Updated with cover artwork from issue #1.
'The Red Star' creators will walk an entirely different path later this year when they launch the comedy title 'Buddha Master & Angst Man' with Oni Press. Christian Gossett, Brad Kayl and Oni's Jamie Rich talk about this new project.
The International Horror Guild has announced their IHG 2002 Award nominees. In the Illustrated Narrative category books by Warren Ellis, Garth Ennis, Christopher Golden, Jeff Mariotte and others have been recognized.
Axel Alonso talks with CBR News on the state of the Spidey titles and how Marvel editorial approaches these books with the much-hyped 'Spider-Man' film coming in May.
DC Comics has announced that '100 Bullets' and 'Hellblazer' writer Brian Azzarello has signed an exclusive two-year contract.
In the second of our two part interview with creator Evan Dorkin he discusses what the future holds for the upcoming 'Eltingville' television show as well as how much longer we'll see these characters in the comics. Plus, screen shots from the animated show.
'Avengers' artist Kieron Dwyer talks at length with CBR on a variety of subjects: on growing up with John Byrne, his lawsuit with Starbucks and how it affected his approach to his 'LCD' comic, landing the 'Avengers' gig and what that's been like, plus the characters he loves and would like to work on the most.
Udon Comics' Eric Ko talks the all new 'Deadpool' coming this March plus a preview od a page featuring some of Deadpool's new supporting cast not yet seen on the Web.
AiT/Planet-Lar announces it will release a screenplay written by Grant based on his 1991 mini-series 'Badlands.'
DC Comics confirms that their teen speedster's title has been cancelled and Todd DeZago shares his disappointment with fans.
Series creator Jay Faerber discusses what's next for "Noble Causes," an assist for retailers carrying the series, plus a five page preview of the back-up story with art by Jamal Igle.
Sean Connery will headline the feature film version of Alan Moore's 'League of Extraordinary Gentlemen.'
The early '90s anthology series featuring work from the likes of Gaiman, Ross and Mignola, to name a few, makes its return to print in May, 2002. Updated 02/25/02 with cover artwork by Dan Brereton.
In the sequel to Marvel's 'Blaze of Glory,' series writer John Ostrander revisits the wild west with 'Apache Skies,' checking in on old friends and creating some new favorites.
Marvel's Bill Roseman provides a unique look at his upcoming series by sharing the first four pages of his script along with unlettered artwork.
Marvel held its semi-regular press conference today announcing a few news items including a reversal on the decision to cancel "Spider-Girl," but it comes at a cost. Also, details on a new Spider-Man one-shot coming in June.