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Billionaire kung fu master Danny Rand AKA Iron Fist has worked his way back into the spotlight of the Marvel U. This November, he takes center stage in "The Immortal Iron Fist" by Matt Fraction and Ed Brubaker. We spoke with Fraction about the series.
Sure, perhaps the Apocalypse doesn't sound that bad, but as Boom! Studios is going to show you, it sure ain't gonna be too fun for the survivors. We spoke to the "Savage Brothers" creative team to get prepared.
Marvel Comics just finished hosting a press conferences to discuss "Ultimate Fantastic Four" #33 and they brought along writer Mike Carey. Which new characters are appearing in "UFF?" And what's this about Spider-Man? Find out!
Citizens in the Wildstorm U can sleep easier because Stormwatch is back! "Stormwatch: Post Human Division" follows a specially trained unit tasked with aiding law enforcement in combating superhuman threats. We spoke with writer Christos Gage for the scoop.
Michael Bay has something to say about who and who doesn't make the cut, plus Frank Miller resurrects the dead and the kids from Kansas get their pose on in a slow news day.
For comic creators, the convention day is packed with signings and panels, but the real fun happens at night. This past weekend in Chicago, Jim Mahfood, Mike Huddleston, Dave Crosland, Jose Garibaldi and Mike Bianco held a live art after party and we've got a recap.
The legendary team of Lee/Kirby are going to grace spinner racks again with Marvel Comics' plan to publish a "lost" issue of their "Fantastic Four" run. CBR caught up with Lisa Kirby and John Morrow to get further insight into this special event.
The X-Men is a heroic legacy forged by a group of five friends and their teacher. This September in "X-Men: First Class," readers will be taken back to those early days and accompany the original X-Men on a number of adventures. CBR News spoke with writer Jeff Parker about the series. Updated.
Zombies are cool. Monkeys are fun. Put them together and you get "Zombie Monkey Monster Jamboree," the newest illustrated novel from Actionopolis. CBR News caught up with JJ Hart and Will Meugniot to learn more.
The visions of ancient Sparta come alive before your eyes while we get better looks at the Robots in Disguise (sort of), Millar and Gough grant another interview and Sam Jackson gets a new sword, plus "LSH" info.
It's time for DC Comics to get in on the preview action, with early looks at "Gen 13," "Omega Men," and "Tales Of The Unexpected."
Because you demanded it! Marvel Comics has released previews for books scheduled to ship on August 30th, including "X-Factor," "Ultimate Fantastic Four," "Mythos: Hulk" and more!
When there's trouble you know who to call: Wonder Girl! Donna Troy makes here debut in "Teen Titans Go!" with issue #36 and J. Torres spoke with CBR about the storyline.
Cable and Deadpool have been enemies, reluctant partners and most surprisingly they've recently become friends. But will the events of "Civil War" break up the Bosom Buddies? CBR News spoke with "Cable & Deadpool" writer Fabian Nicieza to find out.
Take a tantalizingly short look at Cybertron's finest in action, while an indestructible machine of school spirit speaks her piece, Tim Allen gets heroic and we sneak a bootleg out of Gotham, plus much more.
Finally our Wizard World Chicago coverage comes to a close with a good assortment of creators and costumes and Power Girl from Sunday. OH, Power Girl!
Ever wonder what it'd be like to have lunch with one of your favorite comic book creators? CBR's own Shaun Manning found when he won a lunch with writer Paul Jenkins and filed this report.
Ms. Marvel's quest to become a better superhero has been complicated due to the events of "Civil War." "Ms. Marvel' #6 kicks off a storyline that ties into the mega story and CBR News spoke to writer Brian Reed about the book.
Delayed due to Wizard World Chicago coverage, Justin's back with thoughts on last week's issue #13 just in time for issue #14 to make its way into your hands.
Let's talk about what's in the Baxter Building garage while Christian Bale is pleased, good robots are hard to find, and we confirm an old rumor plus "TMNT," "Spider-Man 3" and more.
Lots of costumed folk, loads of creator pictures and some really bizarre ones thrown in for good measure taken on the con floor this Saturday at Wizard World Chicago.
UPDATED Dollar amounts were flying fast Saturday as con attendees in Chicago bid on original art from "Batman/Superman" #26 with all proceeds going to the Sam Loeb College Scholarship Fund. CBR News was at the auction and caught the action.
New and experienced talents took to the stage to reap the "Worldstorm" and take you out to the movies in a fascinating panel discussing all developments out of La Jolla.
From the far east to our own back yards, DC's mature readers line outlined much of its publishing plans for the next month before descending into the kind of dry quippery these events are so famous for.
Kevin Smith held another one of his regular Q&A sessions this evening at Chicago and we've got the highlights. Discussion of "Clerks II," what genre his next film will be, a marriage proposal and more.
A busy DC Editorial panel headed up by Dan DiDio revealed some interesting developments in the DCU. DiDio was joined by Giffen, Daniel, the Kuberts, Johns, Starlin, Wayne and Levitz. Read on for the full skinny.