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It's four the hard way, with Sam Raimi fretting, Bryan Singer settling the score, a sextet of starlets being discussed for journalism school, more battling websites and finally, finally ... it's clobberin' time.
This December, Avatar Press and Antony Johnston bring Alan Moore's award winning novella "The Hypothetical Lizard" to comics. We spoke with Johnston about the series and have a first look at art from issue #1. Updated
DC Comics has announced the new mini-series "Batman: Europa," spearheaded by Jim Lee and featuring artists from the United States and Europe.
Just a few stories today, but they're jam packed with information, including connecting Kryptonian dots, new rumors of Keyser Soze as Lex Luthor, plot details and more. Plus, a well-known wrestler grabs a bite and battling fansites keep their feud going. Updated with an early review of "Constantine."
Humanoids Publishing's managing editor Paul Benjamin talks about the publisher, what you'll see on comic store shelves in the coming months, their relationship with DC Comics and much more.
Writer Bryan Johnson and artist Walt Flanagan explore the world of the traveling circus in the April, 2005 IDW mini-series "Karney." CBR News caught up with Johnson to learn more about the series. Includes five-pages of preview art.
The cast and crew of "FF" sit down for a good long talk about almost everything. Tons of news about the cinematic adventures of the Last Son of Krypton. Plus recurring First Americans, more African-Americans running around willy-nilly on cable and more.
Top Cow has provided CBR News with a five page preview of the Ron Marz written "Witchblade" #80, hitting comic shops October 27th.
DC Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping in January of 2005.
CBR News has learned that beginning with "Green Arrow" #46, the artistic chores on the title will be handled by penciller Tom Fowler and inker Rodney Ramos. We spoke with Fowler about his new gig, plus a first look at some pencils.
Could it be true that a Man of Steel has been selected? Plus, a first look at a certain Latverian doctor, more waiting on Kevin Smith, glimpses inside Gotham City, losing Jon Voight while postponing Ray Park and much more in a jam packed set of new bits.
Image Comics has provided CBR News with a five-page preview of "The Wicked West," hitting comic shops this Wednesday.
Marvel Comics has announced that Isaac Perlmutter has been named CEO at the company, effective January 1st, 2005.
CBR News has learned that Image Comics will be moving their offices from Orange, CA to the San Francisco Bay Area. We caught up with Image's Eric Stephenson to find out what this means for the publisher.
Diamond has released the top comic numbers based on actual sales for product shipped in September, 2004, including Market Share, Top 300 Comics, Top 50 Graphic Novels/TPB's and Manga.
Christian Bale is taking over the airwaves in the UK while David Goyer is going digital on the WWW. Ben Affleck sees a way he'd return to the offices of Murdock & Nelson and the battling fan sites have spoilers galore in the week's last news summary.
Image Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping January, 2005. Updated
"Green Arrow" writer Judd Winick spoke with CBR News to share some more details about his plans for Mia Dearden, who it was revealed yesterday is HIV positive.
Soon you too will see the Demon's Head, along with tons of other new Bat-related photos. Plus, the Robots in Disguise could be headed Back to the Future, Guillermo del Toro is working like a Roman orchard slave, Johnny Blaze could also be Skeletor, Todd McFarlane's baby gets animated again, and more.
This Wednesday's release of "Green Arrow" reveals that his sidekick, Mia, is infected with the HIV virus, according to the Associated Press.
Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman is headed to Smallville, while Mark Millar gets out his wallet after being disproven by virtually everybody involved with the Last Son of Krypton. Johnny Blaze's cinematic translators are appearing worldwide, Rogue may be spinning off with Wolverine and more in today's news summary.
There's a vampire slayer headed to Los Angeles, and she ain't blonde. Plus, Lois Lane is the subject of journalism instead of the instigator of it, an "X-Files" veteran heads to the Baxter Building, and Sam Raimi is gonna call it quits at three trips inside Peter Parker's head.