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Avatar Press has provided CBR News with a preview of "Nightjar" #1, hitting comic shops this week. The preview includes four pages from issue #1 plus a look at all the cover to this four-issue mini-series.
Writer Clifford Meth updates CBR News on "The Dave Cockrum Tribute" anthology with a current list of contributors, some notes on the royalties settlement he negotiated with Marvel Comics on Cockrum's behalf and his own "god's 15 minutes" anthology.
Writer/Artist Sam Kieth talks about his latest creation, "Scratch," a new five-issue mini-series that introduces a new character to the DC Universe. Kieth talks about the series, criticizes his own work and makes mentions or upcoming work he'll be doing for DC Comics and Oni Press.
Writer Kurt Busiek talks about that "other" Superman in "Superman: Secret Identity." He talks about the inspirations for the series, reaction to a key moment in issue #2, working with Stuart Immonen and more.
In a rare interview, the editor fo the Superman line of comics Eddie Berganza talks with CBR News about the new creative teams coming in April, upcoming plans for each series, the challenges of finding the right talent and bringing them together and more.
The writing duo of Jimmy Palmiotti and Justin Gray talk about taking over "Hawkman" from Geoff Johns, how things will and won't change with them on board, Hawkman fandom and more.
Lots more people and lots more things to see from Wizard World: Los Angeles this Sunday, including the mystery of the real Tomm Coker, the Punisher car, unhappy/happy Erik Larsen and more.
Writer Chuck Austen discusses some of the plans he has for "Action Comics," on working with Ivan Reis, what he's got planned for Lana and Clark and allays the fears of some Superman fans.
Checker Book Publishing Group's Mark Thompson talks with CBR News about their upcoming "Star Trek" collections, reprinting the classic comics from the '60s and '70s.
Marvel Comics has announced that they've cancelled the chronically late, but very popular title "The Ultimates," to regroup and launch again at a later date.
Things and people to see on day one from Wizard World: Los Angeles. Some of your favorite creators and not so favorite costumed attendees were in attendance.
Marvel Comics Editor-in-Chief fielded all questions at his "Cup of Joe" panel at Wizard World: Los Angeles on Saturday.
A smattering of news from Wizard World: Los Angeles Sunday including notes from Jeph Loeb about "Smallville" and "Superman/Batman," a reaction to the events of "Identity Crisis" from a DC staffer, a new artist for Image's "The Walking Dead" and a home for the indy anthology "Flight."
At Wizard World: LA Saturday, Top Cow announced Dale Keown's "Pitt" taking on the Top Cow Universe, new series "Proximity Effect" with a non-traditional method of publication, Tony Daniels next series, "Witchblade/Wolverine" #1 cover and more. In other news, Aspen Comics dishes the latest on their titles, healthy interest in Dark Horse's "Conan" and Diamond's Steve Geppi recuperating.
Majestic, Vigilante, Question Hit Metropolis in New Miniseries: DC Announces Projects for July & Beyond
DC Comics announces a number of new projects for this summer and fall at Wizard World: Los Angeles, including new miniseries for Majestic, Vigilante and the Question, big news for "Astro City" fans and the first new "Elfquest" in many years.
Brian Michael Bendis had big news for fans Saturday afternoon at Wizard World: Los Angeles, including his continuing association with the House that Stan Built, one of Hollywood's top female stars playing one of his characters and the announcement of a fan-favorite artist joining "The Pulse."
Diamond Comics Distributors have released details on the 2004 edition of Free Comic Book Day, to be held July 3rd of this year.
Kirsten Dunst talks "Spider-Man 3" already, Rodriguez is out headhunting for "Sin City," Gyllenhall possible for "Green Hornet," "Batman Begins" spy report, a new "Hellboy" trailer and more!
IDW Publishing has announced that it has landed the license to publish a comic based on the hit Fox television series "24." "24: One Shot" will hit comic shops this July.
Marvel Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping June, 2004.
Beginning in July DC Comics will release eight different editions of "DC Comics Presents" special celebrating the life of Julius Schwartz with contributions by some of comcis' biggest names.
Marvel has provided CBR News with a couple of pages of artwork from "Astonishing X-Men" #1 by John Cassaday, who spoke with CBR News last week about his latest gig.
Image Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping June, 2004.
Super-scribe Jeph Loeb talks about his plans for "Superman/Batman," bringing in a new Supergirl and an update on his work on the WB's "Smallville."
Thursday afternoon, friends and family of Julius Schwartz gathered in New York City to celebrate his life. In commemoration of this event, DC Comics released the following obituary for Schwartz, written by long time friend Harlan Ellison.
Upcoming "Action Comics" artist Ivan Reis talks about tackling the most famous hero of all time, what research he's done to prepare for the gig, working with writer Chuck Austen and more.
After years of absence from comic shop shelves, Firestorm makes his return to the DC Universe in a new monthly series written by Dan Jolley. Jolley spoke with CBR News about the series, what it shares with the original and how it's evolved, with a hint or two of what's to come.
DC Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping in June of 2004.
Ed Brubaker discusses the upcoming second season of "Sleeper," looks at what makes Holden Carver such a compelling character and talks about the plans he has for "Gotham Central."
Artist Ian Churchill, known for his work on Marvel's "Cable" and "Uncanny X-Men," has signed a two-year exclusive agreement with DC Comics.
It's a busy week for Marvel Comics as it's been revealed that Brian Bendis will take over "Avengers" this July, ultimately bringing the title to a close, and Sean McKeever will write the new teen drama series "Mary Jane."
Thursday Night Coffee Drinkers in Burbank, CA put their money where their mocha is in a 100+ page jam comic featuring 13 different stories by 10 different creators.
Diamond Comics Distributors has released the top comic numbers based on actual sales on product shipped in February, 2004, including Overall Market Share, Top 300 Comics and Top 50 Graphic Novels/TPB's.
Incoming "Astonishing X-Men" artist John Cassaday sits down with CBR News to discuss how he'll approach the title with writer Joss Whedon.
Writer Mark Waid talks about "Superman: Birthright," now the official origin of Superman, what it means for the core Superman books, that which drove story ideas made for the series and much more.
Writer Sean McKeever is set to take over the writing chores on Marvel's "Mystique." What's he got planned and where will he take the title? McKeever addresses those questiosn and more about this shape-shifting hero.
Writer/artist Azad explores the origin of Samuel Little this May with "A Very Sammy Day," the story of a talented thief with a bit of bad luck. Azad previews the story, reveals what inspired Sammy, discusses the recent shake-up at Image and his own brush with thievery!
"Losers" creators Andy Diggle and Jock update fans on where the series is and where it's going, why now's a good time to jump on to the series, preview art and more.
New Image series offers New York City attitude in a robot chassis. Ivan Brandon, Miles Gunter and Andy MacDonald discuss the series, it's origins and what you should expect when it hits store shelves in April.
DC Comics has announced the singings of artist Ethan Van Sciver and Jerry Ordway to exclusive agreements with the company.