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DC Comics has announced that "The Omac Project" #1 has once again sold out and a third printing with a variant cover is on the way.
Breaking & Entering: First Time Comics Writer Russell Lissau Talks "Batman Allies Secret Files 2005"
For Russell Lissau, his first comics writing assignment couldn't get much better- writing a Batman story for DC Comics. We caught up with Lissau to learn more about his story and to find out how this assignment came to be.
This August sees the series "Ant" make the move to Image. Creator Mario Gully spoke with CBR News about the move, what changes are in store for the title and what new readers of the series need to know.
The facts are flying fast and furious from stately Wayne Manor, and the FF is marching into movie houses and living rooms everywhere. Let's call it a small screen comeback for the funny pages' favorite sleuth, we're paying respects to Kryptonian legacies and Sam Raimi speaks, all in today's look at links, legends and lies.
DC Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping in August of 2005. Updated
Art collector/dealer Mark F. McDermott contacted CBR News with the sad news that a collection of silver age art featuring work by Jack Kirby, Curt Swan and Steve Ditko was stolen in Manhattan last week and he's offering a reward for its safe return.
Fighting Mercenaries and Mythical Beasts for College Credit: Lombard, Guice, and Brown talk "Olympus"
The graphic novel "Olympus" hits this Wednesday by Geoff Johns, Kris Grimminger and Butch Guice, about a group of college students who find themselves fighting for their lives against heavily armed mercenaries and monsters from Greek mythology come to life. We spoke with Guice, colorist Dan Brown and editor Francis Lombard about the project.
We're taking Professor X for a walk, getting AD Skinner into the GCPD, talking about filming two Spidey-sequels at once, Judd Winick gets his own cartoon, everybody's graduating at Smallville High and much more to start off the week.
This August sees the release of the Image Comics horror one-shot "The Faceless: A Terry Sharp Story," the story of a British horror film maker who at night fights a cult of satanists. CBR News caught up with writer Robert Tinnell for a chat and an exclusive five-page preview.
Image Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping August, 2005.
Diamond has released the top comic numbers based on actual sales for product shipped in April, 2005, including Market Share, Top 300 Comics, Top 100 Graphic Novels/TPB's and Top 50 Manga.
There's strains of music all through the Baxter Building, you can take a tour through the Daily Planet, John Connor comes to DVD as a goth antihero, we look into the past and future of Kansas' weirdest town and find out just how long Christian Bale will be swinging around Gotham in the week's last look at links, lies and legends.
Paul Jenkins doesn't have time to be bored these days. The writer took time out of his busy schedule to chat about "Mythos," a reexamination of the origins of Marvel's most prominent characters, another "Sentry" mini-series for Marvel, "Pitt/Darkness" at Top Cow, "Revelations" at Dark Horse" and the upcoming video game "The Incredible Hulk: Ultimate Destruction."
PRESS RELEASE: Activision Unveils Game Slate, including "Fantastic Four," "Ultimate Spider-Man" & "X-Men: Legends II" @ 2005 E3
We've got a new report from the set of Clark Kent's new adventures, "Slim" Summers declares that he's not in it for the money, the Bat goes worldwide, the mummy returns and more in the week's penultimate news summary.
CBR News has learned that Beckett Comics will be moving its publishing concerns to Image Comics this September. We spoke with Beckett President Jeff Amano to find out what this means for the company. Updated 4:15 PM with comments from Image Executive Director Eric Stephenson.
Through his "Treasury of Victorian Murder" series, Rick Geary has been tackling some of history's biggest moments. This month, Geary examines the murder of our 16th President in "A Treasury of Victorian Murder: The Murder of Abraham Lincoln." We caught up with Geary to chat about the series.
Princess Diana could be set to follow Clark Kent and Johnny Blaze to a land down under, while villains aren't necessarily united, Marvel's merry mutants might get their music maestro back, Michael Turner is checking the mailbox and Tim Allen fathers a new mutant, all in today's look at links, legends and lies.
After two long years the first issue of the "Killer Stunts, Inc." has finally seen print and shipped to comic shops today. We caught up with series creator Scott Alan Kinney for an update, plus we have an exclusive 10-page preview of issue #1.
DC Comics announced today that artist Michael Turner will provide a variant cover for August's "Supergirl" #1, plus "Superman/Batman" #19 will be reprinted as "Supergirl" #0.
Image Comics has provided CBR News with a six page preview of "Expatriate" #2 by B. Clay Moore and Jason Latour due in stores May 18th.
It's sequel-palooza as David Goyer basically tells the stories of the next two "Batman" movies, Matthew Vaughn talks about his method, everybody's chatting up Alan Moore's works, Todd McFarlane's tragic anti-hero returns to the small screen, and two nations are united under the Bat, all in today's news summary.
Image's "Sea of Red" is a bona fide hit, but July's issue #5 sees Paul Harmon sit in the artists chair instead of the regular duo of Kieron Dwyer and Salgood Sam. What's up? We spoke with co-creator Rick Remender and Harmon to find out.
It seems that Alan Moore's favorite anarchist will be a lot more familiar than we expected, while the maker of "Metabarons" gets the movie treatment for another one of his works, somebody's gonna shave Keyser Soze, things are gonna look great in Westchester, we take a look at the champion of Shazam and more to kick off the week right.