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Wildstorm has released advanced looks at new comics on sale in April including collected editions of "Team Zero" and "Supernatural: Origins," plus the new "Supernatural: Rising Son" #1.
The New York City Medical Examiner's Office confirmed today that actor Heath Ledger, who plays The Joker in the forthcoming film, "The Dark Knight," died of an accidental overdose of prescription medications.
Super Real Graphics announces their first original graphic novel in their new "Super Real Graphics Presents" line, "GNOME".
MegaCon '08 has released their schedules and rules for Naruto photos, their annual costume contest and music video contest.
PRESS RELEASE: Ten Pulitzer Prize winning cartoonists to appear in Mad Magazine in disastrous career move
The Pulitzer Prize is the highest honor that can be bestowed upon an editorial cartoonist - so, you'd think the winners would be pretty smart. Apparently not. With one shockingly ill-advised career choice, 10 formerly-respected Pulitzer Prize winners have forever destroyed their stellar reputations by contributing to MAD #487.
The artistic roster of "Amazing Spider-Man" is already filled with unique voices and in May, another acclaimed artist joins the "Amazing" team. CBR News spoke with Barry Kitson about his upcoming work on "Amazing Spider-Man."
This young lady's gonna pretty up the Chaplain's Assistants' motor pool, reports from down under on delays and who's dressing up Logan? All that and more ...
Brian K. Vaughan talks to CBR News about going to the store and buying the final issue of his landmark series "Y: The Last Man," as well as updates on "Ex Machina, "Lost," and new projects.
After the recent revelations about their origins, Johnny Blaze and Ghost Rider's appetite for vengeance is bigger than ever. CBR News spoke with new "Ghost Rider" writer Jason Aaron about his plans for the series.
Oni Press has provided CBR News with an enormous 44-page preview of "Jumper: Jumpscars," the graphic novel prequel to the forthcoming Doug Liman film "Jumper," starring Hayden Christiansen and Samuel L. Jackson.
Brian Michael Bendis returns to talk about Stuart Immonen, "Ultimate Spider-Man's" sales, when he'll know it's time to leave "Powers", and much more. Also, his weirdest convention experience is one for the ages.
Courtesy of Avatat Press, CBR brings you an advance look at "Doktor Sleepless" #5 by Warren Ellis and Ivan Rodriguez, on sale this week.
PRESS RELEASE: IDW Publishing reinvents the horrifying world of vampires in 30 Days of Night: Beyond Barrow
Fans of 30 Days of Night will now have the chance to enjoy the further expansion of the 30 Days world and characters through IDW Publishing's horrific new comic book, 30 Days of Night: Beyond Barrow.
Turok makes the return to video games with a new first person shooter almost three years in development, featuring multiplayer action, co-op play and a stellar cast of voice actors.
Fresh spoilers from Kansas' strangest town, a look at Speed's sweet new ride and a counterpart for Gotham's billionaire vigilante, plus strike news and more.
Set to debut in March is "Dark Ivory," the new project by Dawn creator Joseph Michael Linsner with Eva Hopkins, who joins CBR News for a step-by-step breakdown of Linsner's creation the cover for issue #1.
This week, CBR News completes a Royal Flush as Marvel's Tom Brevoort joins us to reveal the next four threats to Skrulls' plans for "Secret Invasion," the Tens.
Neither the season nor series finale, "The End of The Batman" airs this Saturday morning on Kids' WB! on the CW network, and CBR News has some preview images from the villain-packed episode.
Dark Horse Comics has announced plans to publish their entire collection of Terminator comics in two omnibus editions.
"Wasteland" writer Antony Johnston talks to CBR News about "Dead Space," his Ben Templesmith-illustrated prequel to the forthcoming Electronic Arts video game, and updates fans on "Texas Strangers" and more.
It's all out mayhem in "Countdown to Final Crisis" as fights break out everywhere. Justin and Brian are here to bring you up to speed and give you the background you need to follow it all. - Updated
Courtesy of Dynamite, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale this week including "The Boys" #15, "Army of Darkness: Long Road Home" #6, "Jungle Girl" #4 and more.
Writer Sean McKeever confirmed in a blog post Sunday night news that he will exit DC Comics' "Birds of Prey" title with April's issue #117.
Tony Stark takes over TV and the internet, Mark Millar goes global and Andy Serkis is back at work, plus "Smallville," "Venom" and more.
"Nova Annual" #1 gives readers an in-depth look into Richard Rider's past and present by three different artists. We close out SUPER NOVA WEEKEND by taking with one of those artists, Mahmud Asrar.
The latest look at the upcoming film "Iron Man" was shown during the Super Bowl and we've got screen grabs of the trailer which includes some close-up looks at the armor!
The latest commercial for the upcoming Universal Pictures film "Wanted," based on the graphic novel by Mark Millar and J.G. Jones, aired during the Super Bowl this afternoon. We've got screen grabs.
As we continue our SUPER NOVA WEEKEND, we speak with new penciller Paul Pelletier, who takes over the title with issue #11 and show off more exclusive art from the issue.
Courtesy of Image, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics shipping next week including an exclusive preview of "Scud, The Disposable Assassin" #21.
Writers Chris Morgan & Kevin Walsh join CBR News for an in-depth commentary of the just released issue #0 of BOOM! Studios' "Salem: Queen of Thorns."
In the final part of our weeklong look at Captain America, CBR News chats with writer Marc Sumerak about a book in which Steve Rogers still fights the good fight as Captain America, "Marvel Adventures: The Avengers."
Courtesy of Dark Horse, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Season Eight" #12 by Drew Goddard and Georges Jeanty.
As part of our SUPER NOVA WEEKEND, CBR previews exclusive artwork by Paul Pelletier and speaks with writers Dan Abnett & Andy Lanning about why "Nova" is so important to "Annihilation: Conquest."
"American Splendor" collaborator Ed Piskor's new graphic novel explores the early days of hacking. CBR News spoke with Piskor about "Wizziwig" and the challenges of alternative distribution.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics shipping next week including "Clandestine" #1, "Silver Surfer: In Thy Name" #4, "Ms. Marvel" #24 and more.
This week, Jim Shooter reveals the true inspiration for the Fatal Five (it's not the Masters of Evil!). Plus, Superman's evil twin and the fan who got Grant Morrison to cast Emma Frost in "New X-Men."
Director Peter Segal talks lightning and thunder, there's lots going on at the BPRD and Tony Stark's got a trailer out, plus much more to end the week.
In Part Four of our weeklong look at "Captain America," CBR News speaks with writer Ed Brubaker about his work on the top-selling and critically lauded tile and what's next for the new Sentinel of Liberty.
The critically acclaimed comic, "Living in Infamy," is now available in it's entirety as a downloadable comic via Wowio.com.
Two more issues of the FREDDY VS. JASON VS. ASH miniseries - issues #2 and #3 - have both sold out and are going back to press for new, second printings.