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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.
Nick Nolte and Sam Elliot join the cast of the 'Hulk' feature film.
A cautionary tale with a happy ending: Lea Hernandez lost the URL to her Web site -- and the people who snatched it up pointed it at a porn site. Now, months later, she's got it back.
Writer Geoff Johns may have just been awarded one of the crown jewels at Marvel Comics when he landed the job as the new writer of "Avengers," but he remains committed to his DC Comics books, and has big plans for "The Flash" and "JSA" especially.
Legendary artist Dan DeCarlo -- creator of "Sabrina, the Teenage Witch" and "Josie and the Pussycats," and the artist whose style became synonymous with Archie Comics -- died Tuesday at the age of 82. Reaction from Paul Dini and Bill Morrison.
New York City Mayor will contribute to Marvel's second tribute book related to the September 11th attacks. UPDATED Includes a look at the completed cover, a 4 page preview of the book, plus Mayor Giuliani's full text.
Author will edit new anthology series coming from Avatar Press in 2002.
Updated An exhibition of artwork from the 'Heroes' and the '9-11: Emergency Relief' tribute books firms up a location and date in New York City next month.
Universal Pictures has announced a release date for the film based on the Marvel Comics property 'The Hulk.'
Writer Ed Brubaker is doing more of this and more of that. Brubaker discusses how he approaches the writing chores on DC Comics' "Catwoman" and "Batman" titles, plus brings you up to speed on what to expect from two Wildstorm series launching next year, "Point Blank" and "Sleepers."
This month, Kurt Busiek prepares to unleash 'Power Company,' his first ongoing DC Comics comic.
'Hutch Owen' creator Tom Hart discusses his contribution to the Alternative Press tribute book coming January, 2002.
An exciting new trailer for next summer's 'Spider-Man' movie has arrived and is the talk of the 'web.'
DC Comics has provided CBR News with images from both volumes of the 'September 11' tribute books reaching stores January, 2002.
Fomer Marvel EIC Jim Shooter talks with CBR News about his upcoming sequel to the Korvac Saga in 'Avengers.'
Marvel Comics' Bill Rosemann shares a story how the tribute comic 'Heroes' has been making the rounds with the real life heroes.
A first look at the cover art by Alex Ross to the DC Comics volume of the tribute book 'September 11.'
Lauded indie comics creator Jon "True Swamp" Lewis on putting the "wonder" back in the Boy Wonder, as he takes over writing chores on DC Comics' "Robin."
Oni Press EIC Jamie S. Rich discusses a big error in the production of 'Killer Princesses' and what the publisher is doing to lessen reader confusion.
Series writer Doselle Young tells fans on the official DC Comics Message Boards that his title will be coming to an end soon.
CrossGen's Ian M. Feller shares a story of military morale and what CrossGen has to do with it.
Ed Brubaker tells CBR News about a new Bat-series coming from him and Greg Rucka in 2002.
DC Comics' VP of Sales & Marketing talks about how DC got the word out for the "Dark Knight Strikes Again" which hit stores Wednesday.