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This January Scott McCloud explores the stronger side of Superman's character in the three-issue series "Superman: Strength." McCloud talks about the series, who the players are and what you can expect.
It's editor Alex Sinclair's turn to talk about "The Intimates." Sinclair discusses coming on to the title, working with Joe & Jim, what his editorial style is like and a little about what you can expect from other books he's involved in, plus more preview art.
Yesterday we spoke with Joe Casey, but today it's Jim Lee's turn to talk about "The Intimates." Lee talks about the creative process with Joe, working with artist Giuseppe Camuncoli and much more with additional preview art.
With Jeph Loeb & Tim Sale's "Catwoman: When in Rome" now on its third issue, we caught up with Loeb to take a look at the series, talk about its origins and more.
Over the next few days CBR News will be talking with the creative team behind the November debuting title "The Intimates." Today we sit down with writer Joe Casey to get his impressions of the series, along with two lettered pages from issue #1.
Famed comics retailer Bill Liebowitz, owner of the Golden Apple Comics chain in Southern California, died last night. He was 63.
Just one day before the comic is set to hit stands, DC Comics has announced that the first issue of "Green Lantern: Rebirth" has sold out and a second printing with a new cover is planned.
A few weeks ago Rich Johnston ran a rumor that fees for colorists are being reduced at major publishers, with overseas outsourcing a possibility. The coloring community reacted strongly and CBR News spoke with Dave McCaig, Paul Mounts and Snakebite to get some perspective.
Writer Ron Marz talks about two of his upcoming books, both with Samurai themes, Devil's Due's "Blade of Kumori" and Dark Horse's "Samurai: Heaven & Earth," with preview art from both series.
The sixth and final issue of Top Cow's "Wanted" series will finally be in comic shops this December and CBR News has a preview, plus news of a special artist collaboration for this issue.
This December sees the release of the first issue of "Trigger" by writer Jason Hall. CBR News spoke with Hall today to learn more about the series, which he's kept mysteriously quiet about.
Writer Mark Millar talks about his plans for the long-awaited December debut of "Ultimates 2," plus a look at art by Bryan Hitch from issue #1 and #2.
Peter David sits down for a chat with CBR about DC's "Fallen Angel" and Marvel's "Hulk" and "Madrox," with copious amounts of preview art from all three.
Marvel Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping January, 2005.
This December, Joe Casey and Clement Sauve launch "Infantry" as part of Devil's Due Publishing's Aftermath imprint. We spoke with Sauve about working on the series, having "Stormwatch: Team Achilles" cancelled before he barely began and much more.
Humanoids Publishing's managing editor Paul Benjamin talks about the publisher, what you'll see on comic store shelves in the coming months, their relationship with DC Comics and much more.
DC Comics has announced the new mini-series "Batman: Europa," spearheaded by Jim Lee and featuring artists from the United States and Europe.
This December, Avatar Press and Antony Johnston bring Alan Moore's award winning novella "The Hypothetical Lizard" to comics. We spoke with Johnston about the series and have a first look at art from issue #1. Updated
Top Cow has provided CBR News with a five page preview of the Ron Marz written "Witchblade" #80, hitting comic shops October 27th.
Writer Bryan Johnson and artist Walt Flanagan explore the world of the traveling circus in the April, 2005 IDW mini-series "Karney." CBR News caught up with Johnson to learn more about the series. Includes five-pages of preview art.
CBR News has learned that beginning with "Green Arrow" #46, the artistic chores on the title will be handled by penciller Tom Fowler and inker Rodney Ramos. We spoke with Fowler about his new gig, plus a first look at some pencils.
DC Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping in January of 2005.
Image Comics has provided CBR News with a five-page preview of "The Wicked West," hitting comic shops this Wednesday.
Diamond has released the top comic numbers based on actual sales for product shipped in September, 2004, including Market Share, Top 300 Comics, Top 50 Graphic Novels/TPB's and Manga.
CBR News has learned that Image Comics will be moving their offices from Orange, CA to the San Francisco Bay Area. We caught up with Image's Eric Stephenson to find out what this means for the publisher.
Marvel Comics has announced that Isaac Perlmutter has been named CEO at the company, effective January 1st, 2005.
"Green Arrow" writer Judd Winick spoke with CBR News to share some more details about his plans for Mia Dearden, who it was revealed yesterday is HIV positive.
Image Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping January, 2005. Updated
This Wednesday's release of "Green Arrow" reveals that his sidekick, Mia, is infected with the HIV virus, according to the Associated Press.
DC Comics announced today that Dan DiDio has been promoted to the position of Vice President - Executive Editor, DC Universe.
CBR News has a first look at pages from the upcoming Robert Kirkman/Scott Kolins "Marvel Team-Up," hitting stands this November, plus a first look at the cover to issue #4.
Marie Croall talks about her upcoming work on the Devil's Due title "Voltron." Plus, why "Voltron" isn't just another nostalgia book, working with her studio mates and some thoughts on how women are depicted in comics.
This November sees the debut of "The Detonator" at Image Comics. CBR News caught up with writer Mike Baron to learn more about this "explosive" new series.
Artist Cliff Chiang talks about working on "Human Target with writer Peter Milligan, what their working process is like and what he brings to the title to give it that unique feel.
This November, comics new-comer Daniel Miller releases his semi-auto biographical graphic novel "Creased." What does it mean to be creased? Read on to see how even you've been creased before.
Four-hour golden age auction features $42,000 "Flash Comics" #1 as well as many other classic gems including "Superman" #1 and "All Star Comics" #1.
30 years ago Roy Thomas and Dick Giordano set out to produce a faithful adaptation of the horror classic. One third of the way through, the series was cancelled, only to be resurrected 30 years later. Includes a comparison preview of original and new artwork.
Creators John Ostrander & Tim Truman discuss the return of their creation "Grimjack" at IDW in 2005, plus a look back at the publishing history of the character.
Writer Neal Shaffer and artist Luca Genovesse bring a new style of horror to comics this November with "The Awakening," which embraces the Italian style of horror, giallo.
Announced earlier this year, Mark Waid and Marc Silvestri team up for Top Cow's "Hunter-Killer," the story of a fourth, very secret branch of the U.S. Government. Updated with new art.