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This April, Brazil will become a hotspot of conflict for the G.I. Joe team as both reservists and regular members see action in the pages of "G.I. Joe Special Missions: Brazil." We spoke with writers Sam Wells and Mike O'Sullivan about the book.
In our second installment of Graphic About Novels, CBR News speaks in-depth with former "Black Widow" writer Richard K Morgan about his grey hued, dark toned prose novels
In 2046, the world is torn between loyalty to the government and maintaining the ideals of freedom, like some Orwellian horror. CJ Hurtt & Shawn Richter spoke about their OGN "One Last Song," in which that conflict play out.
With the epic "300" hitting theatres today, our own CSBG took a look back at the graphic novel, exploring why the Frank Miller tale remains a classic.
"300" has arrived! We sat down with producer Giani Nunnari to discuss the film, bringing Miller's work to the screen, and just what happened with Warren Ellis' "Ocean."
We find out just who Jeff Bridges will portray, get a sneak peek at Rorschach, find out what Stephen Spielberg's next project will be, swap out district attorneys plus find out more about "Painkiller Jane," "Shazam" and much more to close out the week.
Popular comedian & pundit Stephen Colbert addressed the death of Captain America on yesterday's edition of "The Colbert Report." Updated with video of the event.
The acclaimed mind behind "Gargoyles," Greg Weisman, spoke with CBR about his new "Spider-Man" animated series, "Gargoyles" and…Spider-Man's pink bunny suit?
Fans of "Heroes" have noticed Tim Sale's stunnning artwork in the show and now you can own some of that art while also helping those in need. We've got all the details.
We've got some mighty Marvel Previews for you today, coming from the mean streets of "Iron Fist" & "Daredevil," all the way to the hidden kingdom of "Black Panther." And is that the new FF?
What do aliens, ninjas, and sex-deprived space pandas have in common? Writer-artist James Stokoe has the answer…
He'a baaaack! Chucky returns, courtesy of Devil's Due Productions, and we've got a preview of the first issue.
Did the mayor of NYC give Simon & Kirby protection from Nazis? Why was issue #249 not Comics Code-Approved? Did Cap have a metal-laced skeleton -- in 1968!? It's an all-Cap spectacular this week in CBULR!
Goin' to the chapel and they're gonna get ma-a-arried -- it's wedding bells (again) for Lex in Kansas, Venom on the loose in NYC, Zack Snyder all over ancient Greece, Ron Perlman on Camera, plus scoop on "El Muerto" and "FF2."
So, did all the attention "Captain America" #25 received catch Marvel by surprise? We asked EiC Joe Quesada exactly that question, including what this moment means for the Marvel U and where things go from here.
Andy Smith has illustrated countless titles from nearly countless publishers, including "52" for DC, "Red Sonja/Claw" for Dynamite and "Generation X" for Marvel. CBR toured the artist's home studio.
When you get lost you don't always end up on an island with creepy Others. Neal Shaffer spoke to CBR about the second volume of his soul searching "Borrowed Time" series.
The first three Spider-Man: Back in Black titles have all sold out at Diamond including Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man #17, Sensational Spider-Man #35, and Spider-Man Family #1.
Fantasy Anthology opens doors at Ape Entertainment.
Marvel is pleased to announce that the third issue of the Immortal Iron Fist series has sold out at Diamond.
CBR News in association with Atomic Comics caught up with "Captain America" writer Ed Brubaker for a quick chat to discuss today's big moment revealed in issue #25. Updated with an additional comment from Brubaker.
We've talked with the writer, now it's time to talk with the artist of "The Exterminators," Tony Moore. He spoke with CBR News about the Vertigo series and got a look at issue #15. Updated
The press coverage of "Captain America" #25 is palpable and will remind some readers of the reaction to a similarly supersized event from the early 90s.
Moonstone Books has provided CBR News with an eleven page preview of "The Phantom" #15, which sees the Ghost Who Walks risking the life of a loved one to save an entire town.
Lots of in depth looks at Peter Parker's world, plus more secrets from the Robots in Disguise, Lana finding her dark side, how Kevin Monroe got the job and tidbits on "300, "Hellboy," "FF2" and more.
Overdue Media, publisher of the popular daily comic strip Unshelved, has hired Jim Demonakos as its Senior Business Strategist.