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There's no need to signal "mayday" as the bulk of today's news comes from Metropolis and Westchester, but we get the briefest glance inside the halls of Asgard and Cybertron, plus so much more.
CBR's Hannibal Tabu takes a break from his Comic Reel Wrap and THE BUY PILE duties to bring you an advance review of the kick off to Marvel's big summer event, "Civil War" #1. What did he think? Come inside to find out.
This week, Robert sits down for a chat with writer/artist Dan Jurgens in which they discuss his work on "Battle for Bludhaven," his role in the weekly "52," on which parts of the DC Universe he'd like to play in and much more. Updated with preview art from "52."
Image Comics has provided CBR News with five page previews of "Rocketo" #7," "Sea of Red" #9, "ShadowHawk" #11 and "Strange Girl" #8.
There's a Swinger set to hook up Tony Stark, while Uma doesn't take a break up well, another woman comes into Bruce Wayne's life, we may have a look at Venom and much more. UPDATED: Debunking the "Venom" shot!
Later this year, Mark Waid will wow his fans with something decidedly different-- "John Doe." The limited series from Boom! Studios stars a character who, with a network of operatives, names the unnamed dead of Potter's Field in New York City. Waid stopped by for a quick chat to discuss the preview book.
CBR's resident gaming expert Jeremy Goldstone stops by with a look a the second installment of games based on Jeff Smith's popular character, "Bone: The Great Cow Race."
DC Comics has announced that "Justice" issues #4 and #5 have both sold out and second printings of each issue with new covers are on the way.
Last weekend at the Pittsburgh Comicon, George Perez held court with fans to discuss his upcoming run on "The Brave & The Bold" plus what he's got coming following his run on the series.
Getting excited about the release of "Civil War" next Wednesday? Marvel's helping you get by until then with a new video prequel to the series.
With "Rex Mundi" moving to Dark Horse, Arvid Nelson sat down with CBR News to talk about the new direction for the series. One part Harrison Ford, a dash of Da Vinci, and you've got the recipe for Nelson's new direction for "Mundi."
Activision's released some screen grabs from the upcoming "Marvel: Ultimate Alliance" video game, an all-new action/RPG featuring the largest number of comic characters ever seen in a single video game.
The inaugural panel for the 2006 Pittsburgh Comicon featured cover artists Greg Horn and Arthur Suydam discussing their careers and on covering a variety of Marvel comic books.
The incessant sound of clicking you hear is the myriad of shutters snapping as we bring you photos from Manhattan to Metropolis to Westchester, a huge new villain for Ol' Jade Jaws, a breakdown of who is and who isn't up to be Clown Prince of Crime and more.
"Truth, Justin and the American Way" launched a few weeks back to high praise and CBR News has learned issue #1 has completely sold out. Series co-creator Scott Kurtz gave us a quick update on "Justin" as well as a five-page preview of issue #2.
Last weekend at the Pittsburg Comicon, artist Jamal Igle and writer/artist Howard Chaykin held court over the DC One Year Later panel, with discussions of their respective books and what books they'd love to tackle for the publisher.