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Karl Moline, the artist who co-created Fray with Joss Whedon in 2003, joins the top-selling "Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Season 8" for a long-awaited and highly anticipated story arc later this year, and CBR News is talking to him first.
PRESS RELEASE: PREVIEW: "Incredible Hercules" #116 sets the plate for next month's "Secret Invasion" tie-in
One of Marvel's most critically-acclaimed series continues in Incredible Hercules #116 as Hercules and Amadeus Cho must deal with the revelation that Earth is headed towards a war it may not survive! Written by Greg Pak (World War Hulk) & Fred Van Lente (Wolverine: First Class), with art by hot new talent Rafa Sandoval and a cover by the legendary John Romita Jr, this issue sets the stage for next month's Secret Invasion tie-in.
"1985" and fan-favorite Star Wars illustrator Tommy Lee Edwards invites CBR readers into his North Carolina studio for an in-depth look at how and where he creates his striking and distinctive artwork.
"Secret Invasion" writer Brian Michael Bendis rejoins CBR News to unveil The Threes in the Skrull poker deck, including a descendant of Genghis Khan, a living weapon, a classic Avenger, and a notorious underworld figure.
"Pulphope" and "Heavy Liquid" author Paul Pope has collaborated with fashion label DKNY Jeans to produce a new line of apparel featuring original illustrations by the celebrated artist.
X-Men fans are taken back to a time before Kitty Pryde and Wolverine developed their famous friendship with this week's debut of "Wolverine: First Class." CBR News spoke with writer Fred Van Lente about the new ongoing series.
Comics Should Be Good is polling the Top 100 Comic Book Runs as determined by you, and voting expires on Monday. If you haven't made your voice heard, now is the time.
One week before its official release, Entertainment Weekly has the first ten pages of "Secret Invasion" #1 by Brian Michael Bendis and Leinil Yu, as well as a new interview with Bendis.
Act Three of the epic "Death Of Captain America" storyline begins right here, as Eisner-winning writer Ed Brubaker takes things from bad to worse for the new Captain America! Acclaimed artists Steve Epting and Jackson Guice join Brubaker for Captain America #37, as the Red Skull targets the very soul of America with his latest gambit!
Qualifying retailers will be eligible to receive free Johnny DC digest collections from DC: Order a minimum of three copies of any new Johnny DC comic book solicited in April, and you can receive matching quantities of Johnny DC Digests of DC Comics' choice - Free!
Cobra Commander and Duke have something to say, Themiscira's Finest finds direction, Tony Stark invades your desktop plus "The Dark Knight" and much more.
UPDATED Writer Mike Carey answers your questions about Xavier's head wound and "X-Men: Legacy" and previews exclusive new artwork from issue #210 and "X-Men: Divided We Stand" #1.
Writer/producer Jeff Katz may be in Australia making the "Wolverine" film, but he's also stopping by REFLECTIONS to talk about what got him into comics and what's ahead as his first year on "Booster Gold" rockets toward its conclusion.
If having your lover killed and your hometown destroyed by the Gods sounds like a Greek tragedy, you're not wrong, but creator Bob LeFevre puts a Sin City-esque spin on mythology with the ambitious "Aletheia."
The secret history of the Ultimate Universe will be revealed in June, when "Ultimate Origins" finally hits stores. CBR News speaks with writer Brian Michael Bendis and previews exclusive new artwork from the miniseries.
Courtesy of Kids' WB!, CBR brings you new images from the series finale of "The Legion of Superh-Heroes," as well as the first image of Flint Marko from this weekend's new episode of "Spectacular Spider-Man."
Courtesy of Avatar Press, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "Gravel" #2 by Warren Ellis, Mike Wolfer and Raulo Caceres, on sale this week.
Archaia Studios Press (ASP) is once again honored to have a book nominated for ForeWord Magazine's Book of the Year Awards. But this time, it's not just one book, it's two---the only publisher this year earning such a distinctive honor. Both MOUSE GUARD: FALL 1152 by David Petersen and OKKO: THE CYCLE OF WATER by Hub are among the ten finalists for ForeWord's Award in the Graphic Novel category.
In April, IDW Publishing will debut the "Speed Racer: Chronicles of the Racer" trade paperback, which expands the decades-old mythos of the iconic Speed Racer into an exciting new direction as it tells the stories of Racers throughout the generations.
Green Lantern speaks, Emily Rossum's done filming and Stephen Sommers talks ninjitsu, plus "Legion of Super-Heroes," "Street Fighter" and more.
What's bringing the "Eli Stone" co-creator together with the silver screen's Wolverine? It's a new comic series that's anxious to get adapted before ever seeing print.
Top Cow has released a 5-page preview of their new "The Darkness: Butcher" One-Shot, from the creative team of Rob Levin and Michael Broussard.
During America's darkest hour, Mark Millar and Tony Harris draft the newest generation of superheroes this June in the bombastic first issue of WAR HEROES!
Spinning out of the sold-out Messiah CompleX event, the red-hot "X-Men: Divided We Stand" storyline continues to astonish readers everywhere.
CORRECTION â€“ The cover of MOUSE GUARD: FALL 1152 (Villard Books Trade Paperback; March 25, 2008) incorrectly indicates that author David Petersen was the recipient of an Eisner Award. In actuality, Petersen won the 2007 Russ Manning Most Promising Newcomer award, which is presented by Comic-Con International and the West Coast Comics Club during the Will Eisner Comic Industry Awards ceremony, but it is not considered to be an Eisner Award. We at Villard Books sincerely apologize for this mistake.
Chuck Dixon won't say who's behind Spoiler's mask, but does reveal that Robin fans will be seeing lots more of her in 2008, and that a "Spoiler" miniseries is in the works, too.
Courtesy of Image, CBR brings you an advance preview of "Scud" #23 by Rob Schrab, plus first looks at cover artwork for new printings of issues #21 and #22 of the hit indie comics series.
Courtesy of Dark Horse, CBR brings you an advance look at April's "B.P.R.D. 1946" #4 by Mike Mignola, Josh Dysart and Paul Azaceta, continuing the story of the paranormal team's first year following the birth of Hellboy.
The New York Comic Con and POW! Entertainment, Inc., announce legendary comic book writer and creator Stan Lee will be a Special Guest of New York Comic Con this year where he will appear on several panels, as well as receive the first-ever New York Comics Legend Award at a special VIP party at the Virgin Megastore in New York City's Times Square.
In this very special interview with Power Pack, the kid superheroes invite CBR News into their space ship Friday for a chat about their new all-ages origin miniseries, "Power Pack: Day One."
Things heat up in Gotham as Justin and Brian bring you up to speed on the latest from "Countdown to Final Crisis" and where it might be headed next.
Courtesy of Dynamite, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale this week including "Army of Darkness/Xena: Why Not?" #1, "Battlestar Galactica: Origins" #4 and more.
R.A.P. Promotions, Inc. announced today that it has reached an agreement to sell Mid-Ohio-Con to GCX Holdings LLC. Now entering its 28th consecutive year, Mid-Ohio-Con is one of America's longest running and most successful pop culture conventions.
Keanu's disappearing act, fresh effects for Logan, fast paced news plus "The Dark Knight," "Jonah Hex," "Justice League" and more to kick the week off right.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you advance looks at new Ultimate books on sale next week including "Fantastic Four" #52, "Ultimate Human" #3 and much more.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you more advance looks at new comics on sale next week including "Black Panther" #35, "She-Hulk' #27 and more.
Acclaimed writer Brian Lynch's new zombie comic, "Everybody's Dead," will hit comics shops this month from IDW Publishing. With a successful career as a screenwriter and best-selling comics like "Angel: After the Fall" already under way, Lynch now focuses his attention on the zombie genre.
Voting is now open for the Hall of Fame category of the Will Eisner Comic Industry Awards. In a change from previous years, the judges have arrived at the nominations early in the year, and the voting in this category will be online only.
Kid's WB! has released three more new images from this weekend's episode of "Legion of Super-Heroes" featuring the series' debut of Dream Girl.
Take some fallen angels, a bit of fire and brimstone, a disgruntled immortal, a plan to out-deceive the Great Deceiver himself; throw in a slew of Michael Golden covers; and you've got the upcoming, highly anticipated mini-series Demon's Regret nailed on a spike.