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PRESS RELEASE: Ted McKeever Enlisted for IDW's Upcoming "War Of The Worlds" Re-Imagining with Steve Niles
Marvel Comics has announced that artist Marc Silvestri will be providing the cover art to March's "Wolverine" #26 by Mark Millar and John Romita Jr..
Marvel Comics has announced that "Phoenix - Endsong" #2 has sold out, with a limited edition variant reprint coming. This follows the sell out of the first issue of the series.
When Deadshot, the DC Universe's deadliest marksman, discovers he has a daughter, he decides the best way to protect her is by eliminating the gangs that are turning her neighborhood into a war zone. CBR News spoke with writer Christos N Gage about the current "Deadshot" mini-series.
Darn that Punxsutawney Phil -- he scared away all the news. We scrape the barrel's bottom to bring you casting new on who's gonna be a Kent, rumor visuals from Gotham City, battling websites in Kansas and a certain god of thunder drops by for a visit.
In April, Devin Grayson returns as the regular writer of "Nightwing," CBR News spoke to her about her plans for the book and the 400-page novel she's working on which features Nightwing and a number of prominent DC characters
Long time John Constantine fans remember the character Papa Midnite well. In "John Constantine - Hellblazer Special: Papa Midnite," out this week, his unknown origin is finally told. We spoke with novelist Mat Johnson who's crafted a tale that spans over 300 years.
No sign of Punxsutawney Phil, but we've got some news on Peter Parker's next sparring partner, new screenwriters for a real American hero, whimsical fun from En-gah-lund, Thor's plans for this Sunday, and the goods on some DC adaptations, all in today's news summary.
Tomorrow sees the release of Alan Moore's "The Hypothetical Lizard," the short story come to comics via writer Antony Johnston and artist Lorenzo Lorente. We've got a six-page preview for you.
Marvel's picked Johnny Blaze's favorite strip of highway, we take a look at music to prowl the night by, get more from J. Jonah Jameson, postulate on Clark Kent's birth father and look at all aspects of the Life Kryptonian in today's news summary.
Devil's Due Publishing's Josh Blaylock sets the record straight on what the future holds for the "G.I. Joe" line of comics, addressing weeks of rumors.
You can finally bring Rosario Dawson home with you, and Nightcrawler has no love lost for Bryan Singer. We've got a new Jimmy Olsen, Marvel's main movie newsman talking, giant radioactive reproductive organs, the death march with cocktails and much more in a big bunch o' Comic Reel.
Brian Pulido's "Unholy," about a fallen angel named Penny who finds herself caught in a shadow war waged on the city streets of Detroit, hits comic shops this Wednesday and CBR News has a seven-page lettered preview of issue #1.
Things are apparently gearing up for Alan Moore's masterpiece over in England, while you can watch Jamie Kennedy follow in Jim Carrey's footsteps, poke your head in the door of the Kent farm or take a glance around Gotham City. All that and more, in the next episode of "Soap," er, rather, the week's last news summary.
Dark Horse Comics has provided CBR News with a six-page preview of the February debuting title "Damn Nation" by writer Andy Cosby and artist Jason Alexander.
Thursday evening in London comics creator Alan Moore was the subject of an interview on BBC Radio 4 conducted by "Jerry Spring: The Opera" creator Stewart Lee. CBR News has transcribed that discussion for those of you without a broadband connection to enjoy it.
This July, Evil Ernie, one of the flagship characters of the late Chaos! Comics, makes his return to comics in "Hack/Slash: The Final Revenge of Evil Ernie." CBR News spoke with "Hack/Slash" writer Tim Seeley about the comic as well as his work on "G.I. Joe" and upcoming developments on that title.
Halle's feline performance gets an unwanted nomination, Marvel will bring more Frank Castle and Bruce Banner to cinceplexes everywhere, we take a look at Christopher Nolan's Scarecrow, get amphibian with TMNT, head back to Kansas and more.
Roaring Brook Press today announced it's graphic novel imprint, First Second, with an impressive line up of creators like Jessica Abel, Warren Pleece, Eddie Campbell and more.
Marvel has revealed the cover to the variant reprint of the sold out "X-23" #1 and notes news is forthcoming regarding the popular "NYX."
The Mark Waid/Marc Silvestri thriller "Hunter-Killer" hits comic shop shelves in one month and CBR News has a six-page preview of the debut issue.