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Marvel Comics has released solicitation text and images for product shipping October, 2002.
Part three in a continuing series profiling the nominees for the 2002 Eisner Award for Talent Deserving of Wider Recognition. Up next, it's Dean Haspiel, with a wild and wacky (and semi-autobiographical) collection of New York City stories called "Opposable Thumbs."
Image Comics has released solicitation text and images for product shipping October, 2002.
Marvel celebrates Chris Claremont's work this October with a variety of specials, reprints and a new Kitty Pryde limited series.
Indie writer Daniel Way messes with the villainous Tombstone big time in Wednesday's 'Tangled Web,' but this writer from the south, with a colorful outlook on life, isn't just about super-heroes. Updated with art from Way's "Gun Theory."
Second in a series of articles spotlighting creators nominated for a 2002 Eisner Award for Talent Deserving of Wider Recognition. This time, it's Nick Bertozzi's bleak stories of self-destructive behavior in 'The Masochists.'
Marvel Comics announces another exclusive signing this week, this time 'Incredible Hulk' writer Bruce Jones signs on the dotted line.
First in a series of articles spotlighting creators nominated for a 2002 Eisner Award for Talent Deserving of Wider Recognition. First up, Kris Dresen, co-creator of 'Manya,' about a girl in the big city and her nightly visits from Marie Curie.
Marvel Comics announces that artist Gary Frank has signed an exclusive agreement to work for Marvel Comics, plus a preview of upcoming Avengers work by Frank.
Publisher Larry Young discusses 'Filler,' the story of that guy in the police line-up who's not a suspect suddenly becoming one, written by Rick Spears with art by Rob G.
Jordan Raskin talks about 'Industry of War,' a new series he's debuting in early 2003 along side Mark Texeira's 'Pscythe.'
Writer/Artist Mark Texeira unveils his latest creator owned project, 'Pscythe,' with a first look at art from the series.
Series editor Mike Marts talks about upcoming changes to 'Black Panther.' He discusses the new direction the series will take, names the new artistic team and shares a three page preview of 'Black Panther #50.'
CBR News catches up with Writer/Artist Phil Jimenez on finishing up 'Wonder Woman' and his work on 'New X-Men.'
Bongo's Bill Morrison tells us what to expect from the eight edition of 'Treehouse of Horror' with a look at artwork from the issue including work by Jill Thompson in a story written by Gail Simone.
This weekend saw 'MIB II' deneuralize July 4th holiday records and 'Spider-Man' leap past $400 million in receipts and a third film inspired by a comic, 'Road To Perdition,' shoots its way into theaters Friday.
WizardWorld 2002 Tidbits and news from Sunday's convention floor including a look at the attendance, a costume report and a new 'Queen & Country' series coming later this year.
WizardWorld 2002 During a Marvel panel at Wizard World: Chicago, artist Georges Jeanty and Bill Rosemann discuss the new 'Weapon X' series launching in September.
WizardWorld 2002 David Mack returns to the 'Daredevil' universe next year with a new mini-series starring Maya Lopez AKA Echo, a character introduced in the 'Parts of a Hole' saga.
WizardWorld 2002 CrossGen's Mark Alessi discusses his company's current focus, what's next for Comics on the Web and getting their books to a wider audience through bookstores and libraries.
WizardWorld 2002 Russell Lissau shares some final bits of news and some thoughts on Wizard World: Chicago, 2002.
WizardWorld 2002 Marvel EIC discusses why many secret identities aren't sacred anymore, with some praise for those handling their coming out.
WizardWorld 2002 Tidbits and news from Saturday's convention floor including news of a new DC series, 'H-E-R-O,' DC related TV show notes and Spidey Clones!
WizardWorld 2002 Mark Waid discusses his new Superman project, tentatively titled 'Birthright.' Dan Jurgens returns to Superman with 'Superman: Day of Doom.'
WizardWorld 2002 During a panel at Wizard World: Chicago, Joe Quesada takes questions from con goers and answers them all.
WizardWorld 2002 Tidbits and news from Friday's convention floor. Look for more from Friday later tonight on CBR.
WizardWorld 2002 Two new projects from Brian Azzarello and Jill Thomspon will make their way to stores in 2003, one starring Sgt. Rock and another based on the 'Sandman' universe.
Oni Press has announced that a collection of Wood and Rolston's 'Pounded' will be in stores later this year with a fist-full of extras.
Creators Arvid Nelson and Eric J discuss their new title 'Rex Mundi,' coming from Image Comics late July. Plus, a five page preview of the first book.
Following Thursday's announcement of new imprints at CrossGen, Friday CrossGen announces the first member of the CG Entertainment family will be 'The Red Star.'
Diamond Comics Distributors releases top comic initial numbers for July, 2002 including Overall Market Share, Top 300 Comics and Top 50 Graphic Novels/TPB's.
CrossGen details the missions of their new publishing entity and imprint, CG Entertainment and Code 6.
Series editor C.B. Cebulski and artist Mike Kunkel discuss the unique format for 'X-Men Unlimited #37' and provide CBR News with a first look at a new mutant to enter the Marvel Universe.
IDW Publishing announces the release of a follow-up to the Cal McDonald story 'Savage Membrane,' to be released later this year.
Marvel Comics has released solicitation text and images for product shipping September, 2002.
Image Comics has released solicitation text and images for product shipping September, 2002.
Image comics announces that 'Masters of the Universe' mainstays like He-Man and Skeletor will be fighting their way to comics this November.
Last week DC Comics announced the return of Aquaman as an ongoing series and today DC has provided CBR News with a first look at the character.
Astonish Comics publisher Mike Kunkel brings you up to speed on what's happening with 'Herobear' the comic, 'Herobear' the movie, next month's crossover with PFP's 'Decoy,' plus an exclusive first look at images from upcoming projects and more.
New series writer Devin Grayson trades Gotham City for Bludhaven as she takes on 'Nightwing' beginning in July.