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Friends and fans gathered during last weekend's Emerald City Comicon to remember the recently deceased Dwayne McDuffie, recount stories from his career and celebrate his contributions to the world of comics.
"Kirby: Genesis," the universe-launching series based on Jack Kirby's creator-owned characters, kicks off in May with a $1 #0 issue and finished art by Jack Herbert over Alex Ross layouts and a Kurt Busiek script.
CBR News takes readers inside the story summit behind Dynamite Entertainment's gathering of Jack Kirby's creator-owned characters in one epic by Kurt Busiek and Alex Ross with an exclusive first look at the #0 issue.
Veteran writers Mark Waid and Kurt Busiek sit down to discuss Busiek's "Dracula: Company of Monsters," which sees its first trade paperback arrive next week from BOOM! Studios.
We look back at the year that was on CBR TV through incredible kazoo performances and more than a few hilarious screw ups, with appearances by LeVar Burton, Simon Pegg, Corey Feldman, Jonathan Ross, Didio, Morrison, Bendis, & many more!
Kurt Busiek spoke with CBR TV about developing the potential "Astro City" movie, the general concept behind the acclaimed comic, his new collaboration with Alex Ross, his new Batman project and more.
Courtesy of BOOM! Studios, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Dracula: The Company of Monsters" #1 by Kurt Busiek, Daryl Gregory and Scott Godlewski with a cover by Dan Brereton.
Kurt Busiek arrived at his Comic-Con International panel to find an Inkpot Award awaiting him and to discuss the "Astro City" film alongside series artist Brent Anderson in a panel moderated by Scott McCloud.
Wildstorm's panel at Comic-Con International revealed new projects from Darick Robertson and Kurt Busiek, including an "Arrowsmith" novel. The panelists also discussed superhero, creator-owned, and licensed titles.
CBR News spoke with Kurt Busiek about one of the great heroes of "Astro City's" storied history, the Silver Agent, whose solo miniseries debuts today from Wildstorm. Plus an exclusive look at the first issue!
At the fore of Dynamite Entertainment's relaunch of Jack Kirby's personal projects will be the team that helped redefine Marvel Comics history in the '90s - Alex Ross and Kurt Busiek. Ross gave us the early details.
CBR News spoke with Kurt Busiek about his August-launching "Dracula: The Company of Monsters" ongoing from BOOM! Studios, which will find the immortal bloodsucker squaring off against a powerful corporation.
Join CSBG's Greg Burgas as he tries to back up the controversial position that acclaimed writer Kurt Busiek actually ruined superhero comics as far as Marvel and DC Comics are concerned.
In the face of technical delays and a small audience, WildStorm's Ben Abernathy lead a panel of including Kurt Busiek and Darick Robertson, in an expansive overview of the the WildStorm line including news on "Astro City," "Gen13" and more.
In May, fans will see how the coming Heroic Age affects both Marvel's biggest heroes and fan favorite characters in the 4 issue anthology "Age of Heroes." We spoke with Tom Brevoort and Kurt Busiek about the mini.
Kurt Busiek and David Wenzel's fantasy "The Wizard's Tale" about an evil wizard who can't get the knack of evil returns in January from IDW Publishing. CBR News spoke with Busiek about the newly remastered book.
Kurt Busiek talks about his love for "Wednesday Comics," his Green Lantern strip, and what he’d write next year if the book returns. Also, DCU editor Eddie Berganza talks about his Teen Titans strip.
WildStorm announced new creative teams for "The Authority," "Gen13" and "WildCATS," as well as a new creator-owned series called "Kurt Busiek’s American Gothic." The publisher also confirmed reprint plans for "Planetary."
It’s the final issue of “Trinity,” and our dynamic duo of Brian and Justin check in with the main characters of the series for one last time. What has become of the CSA, Enigma, Konvikt, Gangbuster, and the others?
Superstar artist Mark Bagley looks back on the landmark "Trinity" project, whereby he drew 12 pages a week for a whole year. What's next? Bagley's signed up for a four-issue run on DC’s “Batman.”
51 down and 1 to go! Brian and Justin walk you through the penultimate issue of Kurt Busiek and Mark Bagley's weekly DC Comics series "Trinity," featuring double-crosses, revelations and returns.
So what knowledge does the Worldsoul hold? Krona now has access to the very core of the world, and intends to learn its secrets at any cost. The only thing standing in his way? The Trinity.
It’s the end of the world as we know it, as the Trinity’s plans are thwarted by Morgaine, but what, if anything, can now stop a maddened god in the form of Krona? Justin and Brian look at the latest "Trinity."
How can the Trinity challenge the cosmic power of Krona? What is Batman’s plan, and how do Sun-Chained-In-Ink, Tarot, and the Void Hound fit into it? Justin and Brian take a look in TRINGENUITY.
Augie flies back to 2000 this week, for a look at Kurt Busiek and Stuart Immonen's "Shockrockets" mini-series. Busiek used an interesting storytelling method for the book, and Immonen's artwork simply shines.
Ten-time Eisner Award winner Kurt Busiek brings news on “Astro City: The Dark Age” “Trinity,” “Wednesday Comics,” “Marvels: Eye of the Camera” and the long awaited, highly anticipated sequel to “Arrowsmith.”
The battle for the planet moves to the arctic as the Trinity takes the fight to Krona and his allies. Check out how the battle unfolds and what role Lex Luthor plays in the latest "Trinity."
Humanity touches some of the godlike members of the Trinity, but there is still work to be done as Krona seeks to sacrifice the planet’s soul in his quest for knowledge. Justin and Brian look at the latest “Trinity.”
At what price comes success for the Troika? Morgaine is willing make any deal to defeat the Trinity and assert her own godhood, but Enigma might have something to say about it. Take a look at the latest issue of “Trinity.”
A deadly alliance has been forged between Morgaine and Despero, brining the threat of the Crime Syndicate to bear against the Trinity. But in their god-like states, do the heroes even notice?
The DC panel at this year’s ECCC offered several pieces of intriguing news about "Blackest Night," "Jonah Hex" and "Action Comics," along with other bits of surprising insider information concerning Mark Waid, Geoff Johns and... Marvel Studios?
The battleground moves to Europe as the world’s heroes unite behind the Trinity, but are the powers of creation wielded by the Trinity too much for them to bear? See what Brian and Justin have to say.
What does the return of the Trinity mean for Lex Luthor, The Joker and Cheetah? And even with the Trinity’s overwhelming power, can the heroes of the world ever go back to the way things were? Brian and Justin take a look.
Victory arrives for the Justice Soceity International, but at what cost? Justin and Brian look at the routing of the villains, the return of the Trinity, and the history of the Void hound that possesses John Stewart.
Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman have returned, but does their arrival mean we're back to normal in the DCU, or an even greater problem in the making? As we contemplate this, Krona contemplates his own past.
It’s a war for the fate of the world in last week's issue of “Trinity,” as the Justice Society faces down Morgaine’s army in a final clash of titans in Metropolis, even as Konvikt faces hard truths about his chosen allies.
The Companions make contact with a godly Trinity, while the rest of the world slowly comes under the control of Morgaine’s Dark Arcana. Justin and Brian take a look at the latest issue of DC's "Trinity."