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This July sees the release of "Chocolate Thunder," a 140 page OGN by writer/artist Jeremy Love that embraces the 1970s Blaxploitation movement with a bit of Kung Fu thrown in for good measure. We spoke with love about the book.
Marvel's mutant menace gets a new biographer, Morgan Freeman can't program his VCR while Christian Bale gets help in the water closet, Nicolas Cage is coming to a country near you and Mark Hamill keeps the hits coming. All that and more in the week's first look at links, lies and legends.
This July, John Layman and Scott Eaton introduce readers to the new guardians of Latveria in the pages of Marvel's "Fantastic Four: House of M." On Wednesday of this week, the final issue of Layman's other Marvel comic, "Gambit," is released. Layman spoke to CBR News about both series.
With "Mr. T" taking comics by storm once again, we caught up with series writer Chris Bunting to learn more about the book and to get a massive preview of what's to come.
Hal Jordan may be back, but that doesn't mean the Guardians of the Universe can rest any easier. Interstellar war is shaking up the cosmos and powerful, unknown threats lurk in the stygian depths of space. This September the darkness of space is once again lit by emerald light with "Green Lantern Corps: Recharge" at DC. Writer Dave Gibbons spoke to CBR News about the mini-series.
February/March of 2006 sees a total of four comics conventions going off in a five week period. Two of those take place on the same weekend. We spoke with MegaCon's Beth Widera to see how this announcement affects the Orlando show, while New York Comic-Con's Greg Topalian spoke with us about plans for their show.
This July Salvador Vázquez and Daniel Perez take readers south of the border and into a dark futuristic world in "El Arsenal: Unknown Enemy," a world filled with heavily armed mercenaries who are regulated and recruited by an underground organization called The System. We spoke with Vázquez about the Arcana Studios series.
The FF is ready to stick around for a long time, and the cat came back because he got paid. Alfred talks to the media and Hugh Jackman gets ready to be a Hollywood big shot, all in the week's last look at links, lies and legends.
This July, a new dangerous era for the G.I. Joe team begins in the specially priced $.25 cent issue #0 of the new monthly book "G.I. Joe: America's Elite" by Joe Casey and Stefano Casseli. Casey provided CBR News with an intelligence report on the title.
Cyclops talks about romancing another famous female, we get an attendance sheet for the new semester at Xavier's, Agent Smith tells us why he's now another kind of anarchist, Jean-Claude Van Damme is headed to the Olympics, the Crown Prince of Crime could be headed back to the movies while there's no sign of Doctor Banner at all.
Marvel Comics has provided CBR news with a six-page preview of "Fantastic Four" #528, by J. Michael Straczynski and Mike McKone, which ships to comic shops at the end of this month.
Late last week CBR News sat down with the stars and makers of the film "Batman Begins." We spoke with actors Christian Bale, Michael Caine, Morgan Freeman, Katie Holmes and Gary Oldman as well as writer David Goyer about the making of the film.
Reed Exhibitions, the organizers of the massive Bookexpo America, have announced the launch of the New York Comic-Con for February 25th and 26th of 2006.
Christian Bale makes the rounds, publicizing his new Bat-flick, while Grant Morrison seems poised to infiltrate pop culture, Brett Ratner talks to everybody, and secret meetings could be happening in Australia between Miles Millar, Bryan Singer and Al Gough.
Today sees the release of Doug TenNapel's latest graphic novel, "Earthboy Jacobus." From the creator of "Earthworm Jim," "Creature Tech" and "Tommysaurus Rex," you can expect it to be different. We sat down with TenNapel to learn more about the Image release.
Memorial Day weekend saw the 59th Annual Reuben Awards Weekend of the National Cartoonists Society take place in Scottsdale, Arizona. Our own Scott Shaw! was in attendance and filed this report.
With the first issue of Marvel's Summer Blockbuster Mini-Series "House Of M" Sold Out, the company is offering up a Gatefold Variant Cover of issue #1 by artist Olivier Coipel to ship June 29th.
This fall, Ty Gorton, Josh Medors and Jay Fotos get together to tell the epic adventure "Runes of Ragnan," an authentic Viking mythology fused with fantasy, but grounded with the rules of the real world. We spoke with Gorton about the series and got a preview.
Alan Moore's comic book masterpiece won't be setting up shop at Paramount, and Mike Mignola tells you just when you can expect to see Ron Perlman in red once again. Alicia Masters speaks out, Christian Bale prowls the aisles of comic book stores, and could the Justice League be headed to Skartaris? Find out here ...