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It's time to get your supernatural on with the "Perhapanauts," who return this November with a new book from Dark Horse. We caught up with writer Tood Dezago to learn more. Updated with three interior pages.
In part two of our feature on Marvel Comics' "Strange Westerns Featuring the Black Rider," CBR News spoke with artist Marshall Rogers about illustrating the Black Rider's adventures on the mean streets of 19th century New York City.
Funding for the BPRD has been approved for another sequel, while the Daywalker deals with old business, Jimmy Olsen lives and Sandman's chatty, plus more in today's look at links, legends and lies.
It was a quiet Preview Night at Wizard World Chicago Thursday, but in typical CBR fashion we've got a handful of photos from the con floor.
Wizard World Chicago is here and thus begins CBR's coverge of the convention. Field reporter Shaun Manning checks in with a Preview Night report with a look a the convention floor.
Some people succumb to tragedy, but Jeph Loeb isn't one of those people, as he's turned his son's death into a force for good. Come learn about the most important comic book charity event of the year and why you have to be part of it.
If you were the coolest man in the world, with the coolest women and the coolest toys, you'd be Nick Walker, starring in "The Leading Man." We talked to writer B.Clay Moore about the book's adaptation into a film by Universal.
This August, the criminals of New York City circa the 1880s will get a taste of frontier justice when The Black Rider gallops into the Big Apple in "Strange Westerns Featuring the Black Rider." CBR News spoke with writer Steve Englehart about the Marvel Comics project.
Comic-Con International was a big event for many people, but for one man, Platinum Studios and NBC made a dream come true with their "Comic Book Challenge." We spoke with Platinum's Dan Forcey to learn more.
Listen ... you can hear the voices of Gotham if you try (and have a sufficiently capable computer). Plus, Favreau tells all (well, not really), B. Clay Moore gets a big check and to Joel Silver at least, no gnus is good gnus ... kinda ...
While still almost two years away, Marvel's upcoming "Iron Man" film has generated huge buzz following the announcement that Jon Favreau would be directing. CBR News spoke with with Favreau in a one-on-one interview.
Shazam! No, louder ... SHAZAM! That's the magic word for Judd Winick, who aims to please Captain Marvel fans with the upcoming "Trials of Shazam" limited series and spoke to CBR about just that.
Ron Marz is back with two new projects from Dark Horse comics, as announced at Comic-Con International. What's the deal with "Pantheon City" and "Samurai: Heaven & Earth?" CBR News has the answers.
This October, a new type of zomibe story will see print, with a mix of comedy, action & horror featuring a samurai, a ninja, a zen monk and, well, loads of zombies. We spoke with Miles Gunter about the new Image series "Zombee."
On the eve of Wizard World Rosemont, could this be the face of James Rhodes? We ponder the possibilities while going to a party with Clark and Lex and Ollie, riling up a state governor, peeking in on The Ancient One's successor and more.
With the release date for "X-Men: Phoenix- Warsong" nearing, Marvel Comics has released an image of the Mike Mayhew variant cover.
Hurricane Katrina devastated New Orleans last year and Ronin Studios hasn't forgotten about the victims. With their new anthology debuting at Wizard World Chicago, editor Thomas Mauer spoke about "HOPE: New Orleans."
Forget Johnny Depp. Rick Spears is bringing you some real rebels in "Pirates Of Coney Island," arriving in stores this October from Image Comics. Spears spoke to CBR about the book and we've got preview art from the first three issues!
In the recently released book "Writing For Comics with Peter David," the comics veteran shared tips and instructions on how to, you guessed it, write for comics! We caught up with David to learn more about the lessons inside this volume.
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.