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The new inker of DC's "Green Lantern Corps" and industry veteran of more titles than can be counted, Drew Geraci speaks to CBR News about his career and the future of inking in an increasingly digital world.
Marvel’s newest character, Kinsey, made her debut in a live-action MySpace video, in which it was revealed her brother’s a Skrull! Her adventures continue in the free web comic, “Secret Invasion: Home Invasion.”
Ethan Van Sciver talks about his work on this months “Justice League of America” #20, next summer's highly awaited “Green Lantern: The Blackest Night” and his desire to fix Plastic Man.
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR brings you an advance look at Todd Dezago and Craig Rosseau's new project, The Perhapanauts #1, featuring a cover by Art Adams.
Marvel has released images and solicitation text for new comics and products on sale in July, 2008, including new issues of "Secret Invasion," "Ultimate Origins" and much more.
A new gamma-powered poster, a little Themiscira comes to Canada, Spielberg loves manga plus "Iron Man," "Smallville," "Speed Racer," "The Spirit," big rumors and more!
Matthew Sturges (Jack of Fables, House of Mystery) steps in to save the day and, more importantly, the scarab as the new writer of DC's Blue Beetle beginning with July's issue #29.
Wild animals, monsters, and Sam Raimi - all this and more as Doug TenNapel discusses with CBR News his latest graphic novel, Monster Zoo, as well as the challenges of getting Christian comics through Development Hell.
DC Comics has released images and solicitation images for new comics and products on sale in July, 2008, including the latest from "Final Crisis," "Trinity" and more.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you in advance images and solicitation information for new X-Men comics on sale in July, including "Uncanny X-Men" #500 and "Astonishing X-Men" #25.
It's an all-out brawl on Apokalips this week, with Superman vs. Darkseid and Mary Marvel vs. Everybody as DC Comics continues to countdown to "Final Crisis."
Courtesy of Dynamite, CBR brings you advance looks at new titles on sale this week including "Red Sonja" #32, "The Lone Ranger" #11 and "Army Of Darkness: The Long Road Home" #8.
The 2008 Eisner Nominations have been announced, with DC & Marvel splitting the most nominations with 11 each, while Brian K. Vaughan, Joss Whedon and others lead individual nods.
Tons of Stark data, Harvey Dent's press conference goes awry, a check heads to Oni Press plus "Greatest American Hero," "Speed Racer," "Heroes" and much more to start the week right.
The events in “Witchblade” have been heating up under the watchful eye of Ron Marz. Top Cow has provided CBR News with an exclusive look at a promotional trailer for the series.
Lots of comics were reviewed and plenty of opinions were shared over the last week. Did you miss any of it? Don't worry, we've got you covered, plus how you can use our RSS feeds to keep updated!
The creator of Mage and Grendel is bringing DC's modern mystic to Vertigo for a brand new series this June. We spoke with Matt Wagner about Madame Xanadu, forthcoming Grendel stories and a new secret project.
Creators Mark Andrew Smith and Paul Maybury stop by CBR to discuss in-depth their critically acclaimed Image Comics graphic novel "Aqua Leung," an epic revenge story set beneath the seas.
Courtesy of Lionsgate, CBR brings you all-new, never-before-seen images from The Spirit, the new Frank Miller film based on the classic comic book by Will Eisner.
It’s nearly summer and cartoonist Matthew Loux is taking readers on a family vacation, courtesy of Oni Press. We spoke with the ALA award-winning creator about “Salt Water Taffy.” Warning: giant lobsters ahead.
Courtesy of Dynamite, CBR brings you an advance look at June's The Man With No Name: The Good, The Bad And The Uglier #1, featuring exclusive pages.
Courtesy of Image, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale next week including Nixon's Pals, The Sword #7, Noble Causes #32, Wonderlost Book Two and more.
Did Mike Grell write 80 issues of Green Arrow without ever using the words "Green Arrow?" Is Matt Wagner hopelessly ashamed of the first Grendel comics? Plus, Nextwave: Agents of L.I.T.I.G.A.T.I.O.N.