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We round out our coverage of the upcoming film "V for Vendetta" by presenting our interview with actor Hugo Weaving, who plays the role of the mysterious V. What was it like being masked the entire time, and how do you jump into a role at the very last second? Come on in to find out.
New York City criminals are running scared because Joe Quesada and Jimmy Palmiotti's gun-toting, urban vigilante Painkiller Jane is back in an all new ongoing series beginning later this month. In part one of our two part look at the series, we spoke with Palmiotti about the book.
Last June, CBR News spoke with "V for Vendetta" director James McTiegue about the upcoming film "V for Vendetta. McTiegue adressed a number of issues in the interview, including Alan Moore's reaction to the production, the challenges of working on the streets of London and more.
In celebration of Black History Month, CBR presents a series of interviews with black creators, past, present and future. Today we talk with Floyd Norman, one time artist of "Katy Keene." He spoke about his history in comics, on why it's important to remain creative no matter your age and why he once chastised Spike Lee.
You've got until 11:00 AM Pacific time on Friday to ask your questions of "Annihilation" architects Keith Giffen & Andy Schmidt! Get all the details inside! Plus, we've got a first look at the cover to "Super Skrull" #2!
The Autobots and Decepticons will dance to the tune of a maestro of mayhem, officially, while the Fabulous Freak Brothers head to the movies, CBR visits dystopian London, school's out forever in Westchester, plus news on that "Batman Begins" sequel, rumor mongering in the Vertigo universe and pictures from "Smallville."
Last June, CBR News spoke with "V for Vendetta" star Natalie Portman about the many challenges her role posed, on shaving her head, working opposite a man wearing a mask, her upcoming movie work and much more.
In June of 2005, CBR News was invited to the set of the upcoming film "V for Vendetta," starring Natalie Portman and Hugo Weaving. We've got full coverage of our visit and interviews with the principles. We begin with our set visit and some notes about our coverage.
After yesterday's controversial interview, CBR News continues it's chat with Austen, this time focusing on his new projects, including "Boys Of Summer" from Tokyopop and "Flywires" from Humanoids. We also have loads of preview art, including the complete, first chapter of "Boys Of Summer."
Today, writer Frank Tieri unleashes the most powerful mutant on the most powerful vampire in "Apocalypse vs Dracula" #1. CBR sat down with the scribe, who explained the genesis of the book and how it ties into the rest of the X-Line.
Earlier today, Marvel Comics released previews for two comics shipping on March 8th, "Spider-Man Unlimited" #14 and and "Thunderbolts" #100.
With the convention season getting it's unoffocial start this past weekend at WonderCon, we feel it only appropriate to kick off our 2006 season of convention Photo Parades! Inside you'll fine the usual creator photos, costumed folks and a few surprises along the way.
Marvel Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping May, 2006.
In one of the slowest news days in recorded history, we take a peek at digital displays in Kansas' strangest town and check out the HMO coverage in Gotham City.
Love him or hate him, writer Chuck Austen is a lightning rod for discussion and CBR News sat down with the scribe to talk about his new book, "Boys of Summer" and fan response to his previous work. In Part One, Austen openly discussed criticisms of his work, the state of the industry and agreed to the ultimate fanboy charity event.
Marvel Comics has released previews of March 8th shipping titles "Fantastic Four: First Family" #1, "Spider-Man: Unlimited" #14, "Son of M" #4 and "Untold Tales of the New Universe: Nightmask." Updated with a preview of "Ultimate Spider-Man" #91.
Image Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping May, 2006.
DC Comics announced today they'll be offering a second title in support of Free Comic Book Day 2006. "Superman/Batman" #1 FCBD Edition will join the already announced "Justice League Unlimited" #1.
Narwain's been making a name for itself with its breadth of series and "Bluff" is one of those titles drawing interest. CBR News spoke with writer Giovanni Masi to learn more about the adventures of Narwain's top dog.
We find out when our travel plans will take us back to Miller's noirish metropolis, find out that Christian Gossett is getting a big check, who's getting a cape in the Luna Brothers TV adaptation, talk patriotism with Avi Arad, plus looking in on "V For Vendetta," "X-Men: The Last Stand," Luke Cage" and much more.
Warren Ellis and Juan Jose Ryp tell the tale of a barbarian tough enough to kick sand in Conan's face at the beach with "Wolfskin," coming from Avatar Press in April. We sat down with Ellis & Ryp to learn more.
In a lengthy interview, Greg Rucka sat down with CBR News to let us know his One Year Later plans and talked about the end of "Gotham Central." Step inside and find out the latest on the new Checkmate.
Week two of Robert Taylor's interview column at CBR brings an interview with one of the biggest stars in comics today, Ethan Van Sciver. What are Ethan's thoughts on his "Green Lantern" run and what's to come from "Superman/Batamn?" Come on in and find out.
DC Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping in May of 2006.
You can feel the love in the air, with extensive coverage of Bryan Singer and Brandon Routh at Wondercon, fresh looks at Marvel's Merry Mutants, Gareb Shamus cashing a check, a two-dimensional Liz Sherman, plus news on "We3," "Ultimate Avengers," "V For Vendetta," "Spider-Man 3" and "Smallville."
"I serve the comic book community," said Bryan Singer during a press only conference at WonderCon on Saturday. CBR News was there with highlights from Singer and Brandon Routh's chat with the assembled press.