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Today, Marvel officially announced that novelist Orson Scott Card will be handling the writing chores on the upcoming mini-series "Ultimate Iron Man."
Image Comics and Raven Gregory have provided CBR News with a 19-page preview of "The Gift" #9, hitting comic shops later this month.
There's a clamor for a fan favorite, pulled between two competing multi-million dollar franchises, while the Richards family gets ready to close down for the holidays and this weekend you can find out if Solomon Grundy still wants pants, too.
DC Comics' "Hawman" title recently saw a change in artists, with Brazillian Joe Bennet coming on board with this month's issue #35. We caught up with the artist and have preview art from issues #35 & #36.
It's been made official as Time.com's Andrew Arnold announced Orson Scott Card will be writing a six-issue "Ultimate Iron Man" series while revealing a host of other 2005 product.
There's a whole lotta giant robots stomping your way, while a fan favorite gets tapped to bring the Odinson to the screen. Wrestlers, however, seem to prefer barbarians, and an "AvP" vet is acting as Clark Kent's tailor. There's ninja action, magical moments and much more in today's news summary.
DC's next big event is shaping up to be the March debuting one-shot "DC Countdown." CBR News sat down with writer Judd Winick to learn more about the book and what it means for the DCU.
DC Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping in March of 2005.
Next March sees the debut of the Image Comics series "Sea of Red." From Rick Remender, Kieron Dwyer and Salgood Sam, the series is a blend of horror, pirate stories and a classic tale of revenge. Remender & Dwyer spoke with CBR News exclusively about the series.
Marvel's most prominent terrorist is gonna get his own big screen origin story, while the Bat invades movie theatres, and now your own screen. We check out one leggy ABC star featured on the show of more, find out why everybody's talkin' 'bout Lois Lane in Kansas' wackiest town, and figure out exactly how to believably set a man on fire.
This weekend in Los Angeles saw a couple of appearances with the likes of Joe Casey and Keith Giffen with a number of other pros stopping by to say hello. CBR News was there to capture it all on film (digital, naturally).
The latest "Batman Begins" trailer, showing far more details than the first teaser trailer, has made it's way on to the Web and is now available for download. UPDATED 12/13/04 The trailer has finally landed on the official site.
While few details are currently available, the cover to the March shipping Previews has made it on to the Internet with details of a new 80-Page Special called "Countdown" featuring an all-star cast of DC creators.
Next February, Andrew Cosby and Dark Horse turn the United States into a quarantine zone as a vampiric like plague spreads across the nation. CBR News spoke with Cosby to get the gruesome details. Includes a first look at interiors by artist Jason Alexander.
It's a slow news day, but it has some real gems, including great looks at the Richards family and a certain orphaned billionaire, while there's already a deleted scene slipping out from yesterday's big Marvel movie.
Phil Hester's "The Atheist," coming from Image Comics in February, brings a more mainline Dr. Who to comics. CBR News spoke with Hester about his new creation Antoine Sharp, AKA The Atheist.
Lana Lang is both lovely and loquacious, and Sam Raimi cracks under the third degree. We've got demon-laced trailers, ninja-soaked photos and a Bat sighting in the company of vampires in today's action-packed news summary (now with Kirby Crackle [TM]).
Next February sees the release of the ongoing spy thriller "The Expatriate." We spoke with writer B. Clay Moore about the Image Comics series and he gave us an extended look at art by Jason Latour.
Dave McKean's like a proud papa as far as his Neil Gaiman collaborations go, while there's tons of new stuff to gawk at from the Jim Carrey-free sequel. Mickey Rourke gets anti-social while Jennifer Garner gets a set of serenades, plus more in today's news summary.
God is Red and Sal Abbinanti wants to tell you all about it in January's "Atomika," from Speakeasy Comics, about a cold war era Russia that dominates the world with the God's looking to regain their power.
One rumor about the Golden Avenger goes "pop," as Joe Casey heads for the big screen, Morgan Freeman makes the Bat possible, more blood-sucking good times are available from New Line Cinema, there's a new city in Australia, mutants and men talk about returning to Westchester and much more in today's news summary.
Take a good, long look at the Bat, while Wesley Snipes creeps out his co-stars, Marv gets articulated, a pop star might be playing a billionaire, Jamie Kennedy tames down his shtick, Sigourney Weaver thinks she can still kick extraterrestrial butt, Tim Story gets some mountain air, plus a bunch of Kryptonian tidbits in a big news day.