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The Oscar-nominated writer of "A History of Violence," fanboy Josh Olson talks to CBR News about his contribution to "Batman: Gotham Knight" as well as his next project, a sequel to "The Wizard of Oz."
New Yorkers Garth Ennis & Jimmy Palmiotti invite readers to their stomping ground in September for "Back to Brooklyn," an ultra-violent, ultra-gritty mob story from Image. CBR talks to the pair about the book.
Courtesy of BOOM!, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale this week including the "North Wind" trade paperback, "Scream Queen" #2, "Warhammer 40K: Exterminatus" #1 and more.
A certain somebody's coming back to light up your life, Jon Heder finds direction, Mark Millar prepares for a new bathtub full of money, plus "Invincible," "The Dark Knight" and so much more.
From Joss Whedon to Kevin Smith and Marvel "changing the game," CBR has your guide to some of the more interesting and must attend events for Friday at Comic-Con International 2008.
Moon Knight’s actions have made him the target of characters even crazier than he is, the Thunderbolts. We spoke with writer Mike Benson about "The Death of Marc Spector."
"The Flash" writer Tom Peyer and Seattle Times critic Mark Rahner talk to CBR about "Galveston," their new miniseries from BOOM! based on the real-life relationship between famous cowboys and pirates.
Saturday will be an insanely busy day at Comic-Con International, with dozens of panels and events taking place. Here's a quick rundown of some of the highlights you may not want to miss.
Director Christopher Nolan talks with CBR News about the challenges of technology and casting in “The Dark Knight,” shares his designers' reactions to the notion of the Batpod, and talks Harvey Dent.
Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman look within in the latest issue of Kurt Busiek and Mark Bagley's "Trinity," while Gangbuster and Hawkman team-up for a new twist on "The Brave and the Bold."
In an interview with CBR, Fall Out Boy's Andy Hurley said the announced FOB title from Dabel Bros. was not only unapproved, but also "lame." Dabel Bros. responds in this statement from Business Director Rich Young.
CBR speaks to Luke Goss and Anna Walton about their roles as the Elven siblings Prince Nuada and Princess Nuala in “Hellboy II: The Golden Army,” their extensive fight training, and what it’s like working with director Guillermo del Toro.
Courtesy of Dynamite Entertainment, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale this week including "Zorro" #5 by Matt Wager and Francesco Francavilla, as well as "Brothers in Arms" #2.
There's tons of video from Gotham City, an animated look at Tony Stark, spoilers aplenty from TV shows all over, plus "Punisher: War Zone," "The Man of Steel" and "Hellboy 2" box office results.
Edging out Will Smith, Brendan Fraser and Eddie Murphy, Mike Mignola's mad musings are back on the silver screen and raking in the big bucks. CBR News has an in-depth analysis of the geography of summer cinema.
Courtesy of Image, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale this week including "Charlatan Ball," "Swamp Demon," "Mice Templar," "PX!", "Screamland" and an exclusive preview of "The Perhapnauts" #3.
CBR speaks with Doug Jones about the three characters he plays in "Hellboy II: The Golden Army," as well as the long odyssey that finally brought him to voice the character of Abe Sapien.
Before you know it, CCI 2008 will be over and you'll be wondering "how did I miss that?" Here's our rundown of Sunday's event and panel highlights so you can make your plans accordingly.
Johanna Stokes drops by CBR with a Commentary Track for the first issue of her new outer space mystery/thriller series from BOOM! Studios, "Station."
Members of the Upright Citizens Brigade performed round 1 of their superhero debate show at Los Angeles comics shop Meltdown, with round 2 set for tonight at the UCB Theatre.
Fan-favorite performer Bruce Campbell talks to CBR about his distinguished career including the new season of "Burn Notice" and his directorial debut with "My Name Is Bruce."
Writer Dwight MacPherson follows his successful OGN "The Surreal Adventures of Edgar Allan Poo" with a new darker volume with artist Avery Butterworth. The pair speaks to CBR about "Poo 2."
With "The Dark Knight" in theaters around the world next week, we take an in-depth look at the literary and cinematic history of the Batman's greatest foe, the Joker, in this first of a two-part series.
Did "Crime Does Not Pay" really outsell "Superman" in the '40s? Was a "Harbinger" character originally intended to be gay? Was an issue of "The Authority" ghost written by Grant Morrison?