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Supervillains are easy and City Council meetings are hard. This is something former superhero, current mayor of NYC and star of "Ex Machina," Mitchell Hundred, has learned. CBR News spoke with writer Brian K Vaughan about the series with a preview of this Wednesday's release.
Big day of news as Bruce Wayne gets a nemesis and a title, we get inside the shells of the boys, commit to a new series, post on MySpace plus news on a slew of sequels.
Those high-flying, high-kicking mutant ninja turtles are back next February in a new animated feature. CBR News sat down with director Kevin Munroe to discuss the film and the mythology of these Turtles.
The Turtles are back next spring with a new computer generated animated film called "TMNT." We spoke with producer Thomas Gray about why now is the right time to revisit these characters.
PRESS RELEASE: IDW Publishing's "The Transformers: Stormbringer #1" Sells Out In First Week of Release
Batman's world on film expands as CBR News has received official word that Heath Ledger will play the role of the Joker in the next Batman film, "The Dark Knight." Updated with the official press release.
After almost 14 years in publishing, Claypool Comics is saying farewell to print, cutting back their line to just "Deadbeats" and publishing online only.
PRESS RELEASE: Zenescope Entertainment and New Line Cinema's "Se7en" featured on E! Entertainment Television
"Highlander" co-writer Brandon Jerwa stops by to provide a "Director's Commentary" to Issue #0 of the Dynamite Entertainment series. Go behind the scenes to see how this book was made.
A prologue and four minis set the stage and now the cosmos of the Marvel U is on the brink of "Annihilation," which begins the tale of cosmic war beginning this August. CBR News spoke with "Annihilation" writer Keith Giffen about the series.
Closing out one scorching month with a look at Detroit's vampiric underworld, flying network stars, an actress going from spies to horror in Alaska, Ollie Queen speaks plus news on sequels from the Baxter Building to Gotham City and beyond.
We bring to a close our convention coverage with an extensive interview with Comic-Con's David Glanzer. We discuss the crowds, traffic, ticket sales and future plans. Plus, we spoke with San Diego Mayor Jerry Sanders office about the possibility of convention center expansion.
We bring our coverage of Comic-Con to a close with one final photo parade taken by members of the CBR crew featuring costumed folks, hot chicks, hot creators and plenty of inappropriate comments.
We've encoded our remaining bit of video from Comic-Con - Kevin Smith's Q&A from the show. It started a wee bit late due to traffic, but Smith still brought the funny.
While last week saw the introduction of a new female hero, another one makes her debut this week. Plus, we check in on Ralph and the Question and a whole bunch of folks.
Steve Niles & Bernie Wrightson, two of horror comics' biggest names, are coming together for "City of Others," a new mini-series coming from Dark Horse. We spoke with Niles about the series and have a first look preview.
The video footage from Comic-Con keeps coming in as we've got clips from the DCU: One Year Greater panel as well as some comments from Stan Lee (including a preview of his appearance in "Spider-Man 3") during the Marvel/Activision panel at Comic-Con.
This week, Brian cracks urban legends like "Alias" originally set to star Jessica Drew, Kordey drawing an issue of "New X-Men" in a week and how Archie Goodwin's death affected the publication of his last Manhunter story.
Writer/Actor Seth Green and writer Hugh Sterbakov disccussed the futue of "The Freshmen" at Comic-Con, plus Paul Dini makes an appearance to announce his new book "Madam Mirage."
At Comic-Con last week, Dark Horse revealed details fo their upcoming horror line, which includes "City of Others" by Niles & Wrightson, "Rex Mundi," "The Secret," "Sudden Gravity" and more.
Updated Marvel EiC Joe Quesada's appearance on "The Colbert Report" last night went well and we've got a recap of the appearance, plus a look at Quesada's pencils and the finished "Rampaging Colbert" cover shown on the program and screen grabs.
How hard was it for the Sandman to bulk up? We find out, plus take another longing look at the future, get closer to a quartet of amphibians, discuss network politics and more to close out the week.
Bruce Timm enjoyed a career retrospective at Comic-Con last weekend and shared with fans a preview of the upcoming "Legion of Super Heroes."
Slave Labor Graphics Publisher Dan Vado sat down to discuss the company's history in a panel at Comic-Con, describing some of the highs and lows they've experienced over the past 20 years.
John Siuntres of the WordBalloon Comics Podcast and CBR are excited to present a variety of audio interviews from Comic-Con with the likes of Sergio Aragones, Joe Gentile, B. Clay Moore, Jeremy Haun, David Bryant, Max Allan Collins, Geof Darrow and Gene Ha. Fire up you iPods, people!
Fan favorite writer Gail Simone got the spotlight treatment at Comic-Con International in San Diego, where she spoke about her current DC projects, her start in this industry and names a creator who "wants to do something really inappropriate with me."