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Excited contest winner initially "horrified" when learning he won an opportunity to write a Thor back-up story. He's happy now, though.
Diamond Comics has released the top sellers list for August, and we have it here for you.
In part three of our five part "Artists on the Verge" series indie (and now mainstream) artist Jim Mahfood discusses his work, the challenges of self-publishing and what it's been like working for Marvel on some of comics biggest characters.
Tom Mandrake on what excites him most about "Creeps," why you should pick it up and exclusive looks at the creepy covers to upcoming issues.
In part two of our five part series cover artist Kaare Andrews discusses his rise in the comic world, creating the right atmosphere for his covers and the one title you'll never find him working on.
David Mack dishes details on "Kabuki Agents: Scarab #8" plus artist Rick Mays talks the "Scarab Art Book."
Beginning a five day series, CBR News takes a look at five different artists poised to make serious waves in the industry. Today we chat with "Cybernary 2.0" artist Eric Canete about his work, his influences and breaking into comics.
Crime comics writer Ed Brubaker takes on two more superhero books, sort of, with "Point Blank" and "Catwoman."
The "Creeps" writer discusses what the series is about, talks about its evolution and why you should pick it up when it hits the stands.
Kurt Busiek goes into depth talking about his forthcoming DC Comics book, discussing the evolution of the concept, bringing back the Paul Kirk Manhunter (sort of) and how he ended up with the least lily white superhero team published by a major publisher. This sneak peak includes three character sketches you won't see anywhere else.
Kurt Busiek announces the new creative team for "Defenders," along with the dramatic new direction for the series, sharing exclusive insights with CBR News.
Matt Haley comments on landing the assignment as the new artist on "Defenders"
Director turner Comic Writer turned Director Kevin Smith returns to the Silver Screen today with his latest film, "Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back," once again surrounded by controversy. Plus, notes on what he's currently up to in the Comics world.
Another in a series of sketches, Mike Deodato delivers Wolverine to the fans.
Popular cable net series is reupped, 13 new episodes to be filmed.
Series editor Tom Brevoort comments on Erik Larsen's departure from Marvel Comics "Defenders."
Wood expands on his project with David Mack, preview image.
"Witches" artist finds some free time to sketch a member of the X-Team.
Artist discusses his news series from DC Comics and a look back at his humble beginnings.
Wood teases fans with details from the upcoming X-Men Annual plus details of his upcoming work for Wildstorm and more.
Writer Kurt Busiek on Erik Larsen's decision to leave Marvel Comics' "Defenders."
WizardWorld 2001: Kevin Smith and crew to revive "The Brave and the Bold" for DC
WizardWorld 2001: More tidbits and news from Sunday's
WizardWorld 2001: Gene Simmons excited about new comics line at Dark Horse.
WizardWorld 2001: Pros, fans getting excited about team-up for the ages.
WizardWorld 2001: More tidbits and news from Saturday at the Wizard World convention. (UPDATED)
Today at WizardWorld in Chicago Marvel made it official: John Cassaday takes on the Marvel Knights Captain America. Cassaday spoke with CBR News' Keith Giles about Cap, how this all affects "Planetary" and more.
CBR's own YABS author discusses her take on 'Deadpool,' what fans can expect from her MAX title, plus a 4 page preview of the upcoming 'Killer Princesses.'
WizardWorld 2001: Captain America to return to his soldier roots as a Marvel Knight.
WizardWorld 2001: Elektra will head back to her homeland when writer Greg Rucka takes over the series.
WizardWorld 2001: Tidbits and news from Friday's convention floor. Look for more from Friday's convention later tonight on CBR.
Writer R. Walker on translating the larger-than-life figures from the real world financial pages into hard-hitting comics form in "Titans of Finance."
Valentino talks about his job as Publisher of Image, the chances of him returning to the drawing table, and some impressions of the industry as a whole.
Todd McFarlane Productions addresses questions about the fate of two of its books.
Aspiring artists wows Marvel comics with powerful Thor pencils at Comic-Con International.
John Kovalic's "Dork Tower" reaches out to new readers in August -- 75,000 of them -- with a promotional comic. The "gamer comic" shoots for the big time.
Long rumoured director Guillermo del Toro of the forthcoming "Hellboy" film will pen the introduction for the next Hellboy TPB.
We wrap up the CBR News Summer Reading List for this year with a look back at the two recurrent suggestions, as well as listing all those industry professionals who rose to the challenge of recommending just ONE book for CBR readers to pick up. (Not that all of them ended up sticking with just one recommendation, ultimately ...)
Michael Kaluta is looking for two pieces of original art he had on sale at Comic-Con International that left the show without him and without being paid for.