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William Messner-Loebs uncovers the forbidden knowledge of the “Necronomicon,” the latest H.P. Lovecraft-inspired miniseries from BOOM! Studios. CBR News chatted with the veteran writer about the series and got an exclusive first look.
Courtesy of BOOM! Studios, CBR brings you previews of two new comics hitting the stands next week - the all new "Scream Queen" #1 and "Hero Squared: Another Fine Mess" collection.
Courtesy of BOOM! Studios, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics including "Fall of Cthulhu" #12 and "Salem: Queen of Thorns" #1, available this week in finer comics stores everywhere.
With the final issue of BOOM! Studios' “North Wind” soon arriving both in comic shops and for free on MySpace, CBR News chatted with writer Dave DiGilio about the series, its promotion, and the upcoming film.
BOOM! Studios Month continues with Chris Morgan and Kevin Walsh, co-writers of “Salem: Queen of Thorns,” who stop by to talk about their wicked colonial tale of real witches and the hero who stands against them.
Augie saw the big "Iron Man" movie this weekend and shares his movie-going experience with you. Also: a major announcement, a look at the revitalized "Robin" series and free comics that you can win!
BOOM! Studios Month continues as Michael Alan Nelson, Steve Niles and Tom Peyer join Robert for a REFLECTIONS roundtable about their work on “Cthulhu Tales.”
Mark Waid stops by to talk about his job as Editor-in-Chief of BOOM! Studios, what he looks for in comics pitches that come across his desk, and his work on “Brave and the Bold” and “The Flash.”
Augie attended the New York Comic Con over the weekend and files the first part of his report. Read about the crowds, the creators, local con theory, and more. Plus, read the show notes for last week's missing podcast.
Boom! Studios talked with the panel's audience about their publishing slate for the upcoming year, the whole MySpace controversy, oh, and something about a "Farscape" comic book...
Popular L.A. crime novelist Gary Phillips returns to the scene of the crime with BOOM! Studios' upcoming crime book "High Rollers."