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Debuting this October are four new super hero titles from the Devil's Due banner Aftermath Comics. CBR News spoke with Marv Wolfman, the writer of "Defex," which follows a group of five college research students who end up experimenting on themselves.
Russell Lissau checks in with his report on the con floor from the first day of Wizard World Chicago. Costumed folks, professionals and more.
After just a short three week break the CBR Photo Parade is back with images from Day One at Wizard World Chicago. A handfull of costumed freaks and a whole lot of pros.
During the Bendis panel at Wizard World Chicago, while Bendis was revealing his dream of a Batman/Daredevil project, DC VP of Marketing, Bob Wayne, busts in and speaks out against Joe Quesada
Joe Quesada held court over Wizard World Chicago, revealing plans for the company through 2005, including their Young Guns Initiative, Ellis' "Ultimate Secret," Stan Lee on "Spider-Man: The End," the current status of "NYX" and much more. Updated
The latest publishing for Top Cow were announced during a panel at Wizard World Chicago. Mark Waid and Marc Silvestri will team on a new series tentatively titled "Hunter/Killer," plus news on "Wanted," "CyberForce," upcoming crossovers and more.
Coming in 2005 is an all new twelve issue series from Alex Ross, Doug Braithwaite and Jim Kreuger. Ross talked to CBR News about his plans for the series, on working with Dough Braithwaite and more.
In 2005, Marvel Comics will debut the return of their classic series, "What If…" Writer Brian Bendis is on board for the first three issues and he spoke to CBR News about his plans, including Kevin Smith joining him on issue #1.
Marvel Comics has announced a new company wide initiative called the "Young Guns," a group of six up-and-coming artists who'll be major players in the Marvel U. Editor-In-Chief Joe Quesada spoke with CBR News about the initiative.
"Psy-Comm" is part of a new line of original, American manga published by Tokyopop by writers Jason Henderson and Tony Salvaggio. CBR News spoke with the duo about the series, a world where corporations have replaced countries and all's not well.
DC Comics held their Wildstorm panel Friday at Wizard World Chicago. Announcements included a new J. Scott Campbell series, "Wildsiderz," plus a host of other projects including Wildstorm's interest in a "Gloabal Frequency" graphic novel.
With a multitude of projects in development, write Neil Gaiman spoke with CBR News updating the status of film projects "Death: The High Cost of Living," "Books of Magic," "Murder Mysteries" and others, plus addresses the rumors he's to write "Thor" for Marvel and much more.
Oni Press has provided CBR News with a four page preview of their October debuting title "The Long Haul" by writer Antony Johnston and artist Eduardo Barretto.
A slow news day finds a new animated image from Gotham City lost in a deluge of set reports and spy snapshots from Chi-town, while one of the world's sexiest men admits he's secretly ... one of us ...
The Christopher Nolan-helmed set continues to leak like a beltway insider, while the Dog of Steel gets ready to hit the small screen, somebody made a deal in San Diego, and a surprise visitor comes to Kansas.
Beginning with "JSA" #68, Geoff Johns takes fans of the team on a special five-part journey in the story "JSA/JSA" where the modern JSA travels to 1951 to join the Golden Age team in an epic battle. Johns spoke with CBR News about his plans.
Steve Niles has numerous projects set to hit the stands in the coming months. We chatted with the writer about "Bloodsucker Tales," the "Wake the Dead" film, a new project with Ashley Wood called "Earth Versus Monsters" plus more teasers of upcoming work.
Marvel Comics has provided CBR News with a six page preview of the September debuting "Elektra: The Hand" #1, written by Akira Yoshida with pencils by Christian Gossett.
The leaks keep on coming from the Windy City, while new rumors and photos come in about the Son of Jor-El, and the voice of Lady Death speaks, all in today's wrap up.
The creator of "Buffy" and writer of "Astonishing X-Men" Joss Whedon talks about the series, on writing comics and working with artist John Cassaday. Includes five preview pages from issue #4.
Lotsa news today as brutal breasts hit the small screen, more Bat photos come in from Chi-town, Ron Perlman's coming to Texas, and David Goyer has a lot to say about crime-fighting billionaires.
Coming this October from Avatar Press is the latest war story from Garth Ennis, "303." Joined on the book by Jacen Burrows, Ennis tells the tale of a war weary Russian Colonel and the gruesome journey he's about to embark on.
Jack Black isn't getting sized up for a ring, the big dance number may be delayed, David Goyer talks merc-with-a-mouth, there's tons of news about the Bat in the Windy City, including a look at the Batsignal.
Dave McKean and Neil Gaiman bring their unique visions of storytelling to the feature film "MirrorMask," set for release in 2005. CBR News spoke with Executive Producer Michael Polis to learn more about the film.
The Christopher Nolan-helmed production keeps moving on under intense Chi-town scruting, while Thomas Jane goes crate diving and Bruce Timm makes a call across the Atlantic.
Canada braces itself for the arrival of Warren Ellis, Tom Welling has some thinking to do, Ioan Gruffudd stretches out for his new role and more in today's summary.
Sometimes the world can be a dark and awful place. It's a place that Regent St. Claire takes a look at in his self-published work "CandyAppleBlack."