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Timothy Callahan reviewed "Scarlet" #1, Brian Michael Bendis and Alex Maleev's creator-owned Icon title, giving the debut 4.5 stars saying that the comic "feels personal and passionate, from cover to cover."
Marvel has released a preview for the first Icon-branded issue of "Casanova," Matt Fraction, Gabriel Ba and Fabio Moon's critically acclaimed title, now in full color! The remastered series hits stores July 8.
Courtesy of Icon, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "Fortune & Glory: A True Hollywood Comic Book Story" by Brian Michael Bendis, reissued in deluxe hardcover in May.
With his acclaimed "Casanova" moving to Marvel's Icon imprint this fall, Matt Fraction spoke about his plans for the series, including full color re-releases of past issues and the long awaited volume three.
"Kick-Ass" is that rare film that actually improves upon its source material through strong performances, great direction and a colorful confidence about itself; it is a film that actually lives up to its name.
In their new creator-owned "Scarlet," from Marvel' Icon imprint, Brian Michael Bendis and Alex Maleev take readers to a world where one woman's decision to fight back against a corrupt system has global repercussions.
Hot off gaining $16,900 for charity in the name of their new Icon series, Mark Millar and Steve McNiven debut the all-new covers to "Nemesis" #1 and give retailers a chance for a free ad in the final printed comic.
Creator Mark Millar is offering a lucky fan the opportunity to be immortalized in the pages of his and co-creator Steve McNiven's "Nemesis" through a benefit auction with all proceeds going to a special fund to help handicapped children.
Lionsgate has released the final theatrical poster featuring all the major characters in their upcoming movie, "Kick-Ass," based on the Icon comic book series by co-creators Mark Millar and John Romita Jr.
Though the early promotion of Mark Millar and Steve McNiven's new series made mention of an iconic hero, the best-selling writer explained to CBR News that no legal action is affecting the March release of Icon's "Nemesis."
Mark Millar shares some 'wee facts' from Titan Books' upcoming "Kick-Ass: Creating the Comic, Making the Movie," including who else was up for playing Big Daddy and the working title for the second volume of the creator-owned series.
Writer Mark Millar and artist Steve McNiven, the dynamic duo behind Marvel's "Civil War" and "Old Man Logan," speak exclusivel with CBR News about their upcoming creator-owned Icon project, "Nemesis."
Fans of Ed Brubaker & Sean Phillips' "Incognito" can expect more underworld action when the duo’s acclaimed “Criminal” series returns this month with "The Sinners." We spoke with Brubaker about the new reader-friendly storyline.
Brian Michael Bendis & Michael Avon Oeming’s “Powers” returns in November with a new #1, and CBR News spoke with Bendis about the superhero crime series as well as the “Powers” TV pilot, which is currently in development.
The best-selling comic author Mark Millar describes what his working life entails in the wake of Hollywood successes, teases his upcoming comic books, and makes "Kick-Ass" music.
Lionsgate has acquired the domestic rights to “Kick-Ass,” the new Matthew Vaughn film based on the Icon Comics series created by Mark Millar and John Romita, Jr. The film will see U.S. release in 2010.
CBR's Jeffrey Renaud visited the set of Matthew Vaughn's film adaptation of Mark Millar & John Romita, Jr.'s ICON miniseries "Kick-Ass," and turned in this brief update in advance of the forthcoming full, in-depth report.
The characters of Milestone Comics will be folded into the fabric of DCU proper, in some very high-profile titles. Milestone co-founder Dwayne McDuffie will be writing two of his creations into "Justice League of America."
Issue #4 of Ed Brubaker & Sean Phillips’s “Criminal” kicks off “Bad Night.” We spoke with Brubaker about the story as well as those collected in “The Dead and the Dying,” the new trade paperback on sale this week.
This week: demolishing the icon; the end of Fu Manchu; what's so funny 'bout peace, love & the graphic novel; even the Bedouins hate their phone company; and gobs and gobs of short notes in Steven Grant's PERMANENT DAMAGE.