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Image Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping July, 2005.
Diamond has released the top comic numbers based on actual sales for product shipped in March, 2005, including Market Share, Top 300 Comics, Top 100 Graphic Novels/TPB's and Top 50 Manga.
Take a break from your last minute tax preparations to find out what two villains will vex Peter Parker next time around, while we get a hold of Lex Luthor's hand held, Johnny Blaze uses one of those motorcycle covers and you'll get to spy on a superhero support group, all in the week's last look at lies, links and legends.
With the Slave Labor series "Street Angel" coming to a close, CBR News caught up with series artist Jim Rugg about why the series has ended and what the future holds for the title.
Marvel Comics has announced they've signed "Spider-Man: Breakout" artist Manuel Garcia to an exclusive contract.
DC Comics has announced that Alex Ross will be giving the variant cover treatment to the publisher's upcoming "Green Lantern" #1 shipping this May.
The industry's most prestigious award, the Eisner Awards, have announced their nominations for 2005 which is led by writer Brian K Vaughan with seven nominations.
There's a new poster showing off Bruce Wayne's heroic side, family ties in Westchester, theories about death in Metropolis, sequel and music talk at the Baxter Building, motorcycle madness in Australia, prom preparations in Kansas and somebody's got something to say about a new "Spawn" cartoon.
"Manhunter" is not your standard DC superhero book. It mixes superhero action, with courtroom drama, and gray colored noir style morality. CBR News spoke to "Manhunter" writer Marc Andreyko about the series, its unique character, where the book is headed, and how new readers can try an issue risk free.
Johnny Storm lets you know the latest while all brand of crazy is breaking loose in Clark Kent's hometown. We've can look into the future of Gotham City or look at the past for Johnny Blaze in today's news summary.
DC Comics has announced that "Batman" #638, the conclusion go the "Under The Hood" storyline has sold out and will go back to press with a new cover by Matt Wagner.
DC Comics has announced that they've discontinued the publishing alliances they had with European publishers 2000 A.D. and Humanoids.
Johnny Blaze has a mean set of wheels, and now you'll know what it looks like. Plus we catch the Richards family and Bruce Wayne in a popular movie magazine, a new bad guy coming to Westchester, trailer links galore and much more in today's look at links, legends and lies.
Top Cow has announced that artist Tyler Kirkham ("Darkness/ Superman," "Strykeforce") has signed a three-year exclusivity contract with Top Cow Publishing.
DC Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping in July of 2005.
The massive villain jailbreak that took place in "New Avengers" left a huge mess for Marvel's heroes. This month in the pages of "Spider-Man: Breakout" Spidey begins cleaning up that mess by trying to end a gang war between two groups of villain escapees. CBR News spoke to writer Tony Bedard for the lowdown on the project.
It's almost like Krypton exploded all over again -- we've got tons of news on all things related to the Man of Tomorrow, from Australia to Vancouver. Plus, the FF's back in Canada, the Bat's moving fast and broadcasting live, Tony Stark may lack direction, and much more.
Bringing our coverage of "The Fountain" to a close, we bring you interviews with writer/director Darren Aronofsky, co-writer Ari Handel, producer Eric Watson, composer Clint Mansel, production designer James Chinlund and visual effects supervisors Jeremy Dawson and Dan Schrecker.
In the Battle of the Bulge American forces had to contend with a surprise German onslaught and arctic like temperatures. In Image's "Common Foe," those same soldiers find themselves hunted by something ancient, evil, and ravenous. CBR News spoke with co-writer Shannon Denton for the latest.
We've got fresh adamantium for the next Marvel mutant sequel, a certain fat cat is making a celluloid comeback, directors and billionaires are talking about the Last Son of Krypton, Ryan Reynolds has no intentions on screaming "Imperius Rex," and we've got more "Smallville" stuff than you can shake a meteor rock at to finish off the week.
CBR's Jonah Weiland visited the Montreal set of the upcoming Warner Bros. film "The Fountain" last February and filed this report from the set including a quick chat with Hugh Jackman. Look for interviews with the production staff tomorrow on CBR.
The news and rumors are coming fast and furious out of Vancouver, er, Kansas, while Pyro and Magneto are getting quoted, we get some insights into the music behind Christopher Nolan's visions as well as some perspective from another man crafting Gotham City, animated script by animated script.
Late this year sees the release of writer/director Darren Aronofsky's "The Fountain." This August, DC/Vertigo will release a graphic novel version by artist Kent Williams. During a recent set visit, CBR News spoke with Aronofsky and his writing partner Ari Handel about the upcoming graphic novel.
This last weekend saw a comic convention come to the city of Kansas. CBR's own Seth Jones attended the Kansas City Planet Comicon and shared some photos from his trip.
New Line Home Entertainment has provided CBR News with a first look at the signature series cover art to "Blade: Nightstalking," the exclusive comic that will ship with the "Blade: Trinity" DVD later this month.
It looks like the Robots in Disguise are going to be held at "Bay," while Jeph Loeb takes on Will Eisner's legendary work, Bryan Singer spills the beans about crash sites, Sir Ian McKellen fights age discrimination, Phoenix rises again, Clark Kent gets a prom date, Shaun of the Dead lobbies for Rorschach and much more.
This July sees the release of a new five-issue sci-fi series "The Surrogates." Written by newcomer Robert Venditti with art by Brett Weldele, this marks Top Shelf's first comics series. We spoke with the creators and Publisher Chris Staros to learn more about the series Staros says has great mainstream appeal.