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Alcohol, hot co-eds and lots of drugs. Sure, it may sound fun, but as readers learn in Vertigo's "Faker," it might lead to some weird mystical evil descending on you. We spoke to the mini-series' artist, Jock, to learn more about the project.
Commemorating the release of "Superman Returns" on DVD, Brian prepared a special Superman's Rogues Gallery theme this week. Was Brainiac inspired by a make your own computer kit? Was Lex meant to be bald? And more.
Scott O. Brown continues his look at the best of what comics has to offer and attempts to apply the Standard. Does "The Dark Knight Returns" fit? You might be surprised by the answer.
Johnny Blaze rides again, Jesse Custer looks at the long game, Peter Parker could be hanging it up and somebody likes seafood, plus much more in the week's last look at links, legends and lies.
Matt Fraction stops by Comics Should Be Good to discuss what makes a great comic shop and his time working for Heroes Aren't Hard To Find in Charlotte, NC.
We've heard about creators handing in their assignments late because they got distracted by their Xbox360, but for "Lions, Tigers & Bears" artist Paul Gutierrez, the delays have been caused by a far more life threatening challenge than "Grand Theft Auto."
Dynamic Forces today announced a series of retrospective books featuring the works and teachings of Stan Lee. "Stan Lee's Guide To Writing Comics" is among the first in DF's series.
Johnny's tooling around in a new ride, and you can take a gander, plus shuttering up Castle Grayskull, Todd McFarlane financing his own sequel and Gaul-ling news about the Olympic-themed sequel.
CBR News has learned that Wizard Entertainment Group has fired Senior Vice-President/Editor-in-Chief Pat McCallum. Updated with PR from Wizard.
In part three of his five part series, Scott O. Brown looks at another piece of Will Eisner's work as well as Art Spiegelman's "Maus" to see exactly how they meet the Standard of one of comics greatest works.
John Mayo is back with the estimated sales stats for the Top 300 Comics and Top 100 trades distributed via Diamond in October, 2006. How many copies of your favorite comic sold in October?
Writer Marc Andreyko talks with CBR News about his hopes and fears for the future of DC's "Manhunter," in the first of a multi-part look at the series.
Award winning comics creator Kyle Baker will be calling Image Comics his home beginning in February, 2007, when he moves his library to the publisher.
Go and tell it on the mountain, as we've got news from the pulpit of Garth Ennis (with no love for Marsden), the final word on a school in Westchester and Green Arrow speaks in a slow news day.
"Bomb Queen" creator Jimmie Robinson stops by the Comics Should Be Good Blog with an editorial titled "You Are Not Helping Comics!" How so? Click through to see what Jimmie has to say.
Scott O' Brown continues his week-long critical look at the best comics has to offer. Today, Scott applies the Standard defined in part 1 to the work of comics legend Will Eisner and "A Contract with God."
We've got advance looks at of some of DC Comics' newest and most anticipated titles. Check out these previews of books scheduled to ship in February, including "Loveless" and "Shazam: The Monster Society Of Evil."
J.H. Williams III may be a well-known DC exclusive artist today, but it was the 1998 series "Chase" that first put him on the map. We caught up with Williams to learn about what the title meant for his career and to him personally.
With Gwen Stacy, broken hearts and super-villains galore, Sean McKeever has made MJ's life challenging in "Spider-Man Loves Mary Jane." We've got news on the book, a first look at pages by new artist David Hahn and news on the upcoming "Spider-Man Family."
Take a look at Tony Stark's newest animated look, while we go behind the eclipse, discuss fight scenes and reach out for Neil Gaiman, plus a tidbit about Ol' Jade Jaws.