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Legendary artist Kurt Schaffenberger dies at the age of 81.
DC/Vertigo editor Heidi MacDonald looks back at the wins and losses of 2001, gives her pick from her books of 2002 and gives a peek into the forthcoming "Midnight, Mass." and what readers can expect in 2002 in "Hunter." UPDATED 1-28-02 with preview images from "Fight for Tomorrow."
Don't judge Dave Johnson by his hard-boiled covers: The cover artist for "100 Bullets" is donating the original art from one cover to save the life of a dog.
Writer Jay Faerber reflects on his work on the DC Comics title "Titans," which comes to a close shortly, and looks forward to the next issue of 'Noble Causes.' Preview of 'Titans #37.'
'Wonder Woman' writer/artist Phil Jimenez talks in-depth about the future of Wonder Woman and his future on the title, Diana's virginity, the new 'Justice League' cartoon and you might even find out what's on Phil's DVD shelf.
The 'Green Lantern' artist reveals in this lengthy interview how he came to be the current GL artist and his early struggles in the industry, what his artistic influences are, some thoughts on the GL line of characters and much more.
Marvel Comics EIC Joe Quesada discusses the Heroes Auction held last week in New York City to raise money for the Twin Towers Fund.
Brian Bendis discusses the upcoming "Ultimate Spider-Man Special" listing the creators involved.
Steve Sadowski talks about his time on "JSA," the circumstances around his leaving the title and some hints as to what's coming next.
Entertainment Weekly writer Jeff Jensen returns to writing comics, with Marvel Comics' new 'X-Factor.'
Writer Warren Ellis announces on his forum that he's signed an exclusive deal with DC Comics to produce work for the publisher.
DC Comics editor Bob Schreck looks ahead to the year 2002 in Batman and DC Universe titles.
Preview site for 'Blade' sequel launches and new poster revealed.
'Hate' creator Peter Bagge talks about 'Startling Stores: The Megalomaniacal Spider-Man' and what he's doing on a title that frankly no one would expect him on.
'The Hulk' co-star Jennifer Connely shares her excitement and gives some insight into the upcoming 'Hulk' feature film.
DC Comics announces new series from the acclaimed writer and gives some early details on the book.
Artist Tim Bradstreet discusses his contributions to the upcoming "Blade 2: Bloodlust" film plus "Batman/Deathblow" news.
Eisner nominated 'Clan Apis' author Jay Hosler discusses his latest series, 'The Sandwalk Adventures," the story of Charles Darwin and a follicle mite named Mara.
"Alias" star Jennifer Garner is reportedly in negotiations to play Elektra in the Daredevil movie.
Marvel Comics releases a teaser poster for an apparent new series debuting in April.
Veteran comic book artist John Buscema, 74, died Thursday. Buscema's career in comics spanned more than five decades, was best known for an enormous body of work for Marvel Comics.
Industry pros react to the death of legendary Marvel Comics artist, John Buscema.
Hollywood glamour and glitz gets a face lift ala Alex Ross' poster to promote the 74th Annual Academy Awards.
Robert Weinberg cut his sharp, pointed teeth writing horror novels. His creator-owned "Nightside," published by Marvel, bridges the gap between his novels and comics. Later this year, "Nightside" rises again from its uneasy rest.
Brian Wood discusses the variety of his product available this month plus how 'Channel Zero's' story of supressed speech may be that much more relevant in the current political climate.
Writer/artist Scott Morse discusses contributing to three tribute books: "A Moment of Silence," "9-11: Emergency Relif" and "September 11" with an 8-page preview of his "9-11" contribution.
The January 7 edition of Los Angeles' funky LA Weekly newspaper looks at the comic industry, from the mainstream to the cutting edge.
This April, Marvel Comics' hypemaster general takes a look at the world of "capes" through the eyes of a Daily Bugle reporter in new miniseries, "Deadline."
The comic book painter who made superheroes look down to earth and ordinary people look larger than life is taking on another icon: Oscar.
Charlie Adlard, Rob Morrison and Larry Young discuss the WWI book 'White Death,' it's evolution and what you can expect.
Writer launches brand new Web site featuring collections of scripts and other writing samples to be used as a resource for artists and writers.
Diamond Comics Distributors Top 100 release list shows DC's the "Batman 10 Cent Adventure" stealing the top spot in January.
In this lengthy interview with the new 'Hulk' writer, Bruce Jones talks candidly about his work on 'The Hulk,' shares his thoughts on the evolution of the super-hero, changes that need to be made to keep the current crop of readers and bring in new ones, and why John Romita Jr. is the perfect artist for 'The Hulk.'
The comic industry reacted to the events of September 11, and the New York Times takes notice.
In an unusual move the publisher distributes the first 8 pages of the upcoming 'Marvel Knights #1' in both script and picture format.
Avatar Press announces a new crime/horror title by CBR's very own Steven Grant.
New series writer Gail Simone discusses her take on Marvel's 'Deadpool' plus preview art and comments from Udon's Eric Ko.
Comic pros look back on the year 2001 and gaze into the crystal ball at what to expect in 2002.
Fan favorite artist Alex Ross provides the cover to a Mad Magazine super-heroes special in stores March, 2002. Cover and concept sketch previews.
In this indepth interview Dark Horse Comics senior editor Diana Schutz discusses her career and the last 12 years with Dark Horse. From working with Frank Miller, Matt Wagner and Will Eisner to her four days as an "X-Men" editor, Schutz talks candidly about her career and the industry she works in.