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A double dose of data about Gotham City, both real and animated, plus Will Eisner's a happy camper, Jennifer Garner's red-clad form is available for your viewing, and dueling websites keep on delivering news about the new season in Kansas.
Ben Affleck makes another superhero gaffe? Kevin Smith, getting cold feet? Meanwhile, Warren Ellis continues his Canadian rampage, Clark Kent plays football, screen tests continue for Singer, TV brothers reunite and Chris Nolan's Chicago adventure ends with a bang this weekend.
Writer Greg Pak will tell the final Phoenix story next January in the pages of "X-Men: Phoenix - Endsong." Pak took a few moments to talk with CBR News about the project, plus preview art by Greg Land.
Naked co-stars for the WB hit, Kevin Smith's decisions about fight scenes, some last looks at the Bat out of Chi-Town and director Paul Anderson feels he has some 'splanin' to do ...
NBA Rookie sensation LeBron James is launching a new sports drink with a comic book tie-in by DC Comics.
Psychic cops busting down doors on TV? Plus, "Smallville" gets naked and cleans up, it's not easy to find a Superman, giant robots seek direction, and some Bat news comes in from England for a change
Diamond Comics has released the top comic numbers based on actual sales on product shipped in July, 2004, including Overall Market Share, Top 300 Comics, Top 50 Graphic Novels/TPB's and Top 50 Manga.
Ellis is on the loose in Vancouver and Kristin Kreuk is back on the WB. There's a new look for a studio in Australia, new word and images from Chicago, and Paul Dini talks about more stuff than you can shake a green light at.
DC Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping in November of 2004.
The final batch of pictures from Sunday at Wizard World Chicago. Now, it's time for some sleep.
Jeph Loeb updated fans on the current status of "Superman/Batman" and what's to come, plus editor Matt Idleson announced new plans for Nightwing and more.
DC Comics revealed some plans for their Vertigo line Sunday including a new Hellblazer mini-series, "Swamp Thing" news and more, plus a preview of the upcoming movie "Constantine" starring Keanu Reeves.
At his panel Saturday, Joss Whedon updated fans on "Astonishing X-Men," plus the upcoming film "Serenity" as well as loads of "Buffy The Vampire Slayer" notes.
You can take a look at Jessica Biel laying the smack down, catch up on all kinds of rumors about the Man of Tomorrow, find out what Jet Li thinks about Kato, and of course more Bat news from Chi-town.
Sunday's X-Men: Reloaded panel in Chicago offers a few tidbits to X-fanatics.
More sights from the Wizard World convention in Chicago. Lots more creators, a handfull of good costumes and Doom and Galactus duke it out.
Presented today to a small group of fans and professionals, Warner Brothers showed four minutes of clips from the upcoming "Batman Begins." CBR's own Augie De Blieck Jr. shares his perspective of the preview.
Joe Quesada and company bombard fans with hero news during the Marvel Universe panel held at Wizard World Chicago.
More tid bits from Saturday on the convention floor including news and notes from creators and panels.
Saturday at Wizard World, DC Comics announced plans of a new, ongoing "Green Lantern" series and much more.
Yesterday Brian Bendis discussed his plans for the return of "What If?" in 2005. Today, Editor C.B. Cebulski spoke with CBR News about their plans for the series and why it's making a comeback.
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.