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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."
Darkseid's coming to Kansas as military man, Jessica Biel brings down the house, we've got more shots of Batmobiles galore and there's gonna be one empty bed in Westchester come time for the next sequel ...
2004 saw the biggest Comic-Con International yet, with over 87,000 people in attendance. CCI's Director of Marketing and Public Relations David Glanzer sat down with CBR News to talk about the show and what improvements and changes you can expect for next year.
The artist of Wildstorm's "Possessed" talks with CBR News about his new art book and what's next for this rising star. Plus, his plans for a new art magazine featuring work from Michael Kaluta, Brian Holguin, Glen Fabry and prose from Steve Niles, amongst the contributors.
There's a new lord of Latveria, another actor leaves Austin, TX with smiles and stories, Bryan Singer goes shopping for actors, and would you like to see the Batmobile in action?
Mike Elizalade, the founder of special effects studio Spectral Motion, discusses the process of creating the effects seen in movies like "Hellboy" and the upcoming "Fantastic Four" and "Blade: Trinity."
You know the players in the U.S. Presidential election this fall, or do you. Bush? Check. Kerry? Check. Nader? Check. Savage Dragon? What the...?
It's the amazing changing Kryptonian farm boy, alongside some casting notes for the graphic novel adaptation, reports from Chicago's version of Gotham, and Sanaa in action.
Image Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping October, 2004.
This September sees the addition of artist Nick Derington to "Hawaiian Dick: The Last Resort." CBR News has a six page preview of finished pages for you to check out.
There goes the neighborhood -- Aaron McGruder is coming to TV, Frank Miller gets a release date, Frank Castle ain't quite dead yet, and Jessica Alba gets some spandex.
Fox still holds out for a comeback, Neil Gaiman fights the Hollywood monster, Affleck shows up and girls get their smooch on (sometimes with each other) in today's summary.
Marvel Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping October, 2004.
Warner Bros. has posted the teaser trailer for "Batman Begins" online, giving fans their first look at the Summer 2005 debuting film.
Fanboys everywhere shudder in their Underoos as Joel Schumacher returns to comic book movies, while the Bat makes an appearance on the web and Lana Lang grows up. UPDATED: Also, a WB leak suggests shooting times and locations in Chicago.
CBR News has a look at sketches and preview art from the upcoming Rick Remender/Tony Moore Image Comics series "Fear Agent."
Will Eisner has faith, Bat-filming updates in the Windy City, Jesus wants a cape and Daniel Clowes gets cinematic again, all in today's summary.
The final batch of photos from San Diego as CBR winds down it's Comic-Con International in San Diego 2004 coverage. Time for some sleep.
Steve Niles makes his DC Comics debut later this year with the release of the three-issue prestige format series "Batman: Gotham County Line" with artist Scott Hampton.
DC Comics dominated the 16th annual Eisner Awards held last Friday. Full results from the award show are now available.
On the final day of CCI, two fan favorite creators, Jeph Loeb and Tim Sale, got together to discuss their upcoming projects. CBR news was there to cover the conversation.