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When you're turning Japanese into English, there are certain things a translator needs to know, and translators and editors from Del Rey and TOKYOPOP shared their knowledge at the New York Anime Festival.
Warner Bros. today released two photos from the upcoming big screen adaptation of Greg Rucka and Steve Lieber's "Whiteout," starring Kate Beckinsale.
Courtesy of Dynamite, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics shipping this week including "The Boys" #13, "Battlestar Galactica: Origins" #1 and "Highlander: Way of the Sword" #1.
The inaugural New York Anime Festival closed with a bang, as Del Rey Manga and Marvel Comics announced "X-Men: The Manga" and "Wolverine: The Manga," debuting Spring, 2009.
The Comedian speaks, Logan may get some comic relief and the Bat shows himself again, plus "AVP-R," "Iron Man," Asterix," updated strike coverage and more.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you more advance looks at new comics shipping next week including "Amazing Spider-Girl" #15, "Iron Man & Power Pack" #2, "New Warriors" #6, "Spider-Man Family" #6 and "Spider-Man/Red Sonja" #5.
Image Comics has provided CBR News with advance looks at new books shipping December 12, 2007 including "Killing Girl" #5, "The Pirates of Coney Island" #6 and the "Gear" TPB 2nd Printing.
CBR introduces a new regular feature, The Commentary Track, in which your favorite creators get down and dirty about their latest work. This week, Greg Pak stops by to go deep behind the scenes of "World War Hulk: Aftersmash."
This week, learn the truth about the alleged rape of Rogue, the true name of "The Eternals," and did Marvel Comics actually have a trademark on the word "zombie"???
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "The Walking Dead" #45 by Robert Kirkman and Charlie Adlard, shipping next week.
Eoin Colfer, the best-selling author of the "Artemis Fowl" novels, says seeing his characters come to life in a graphic novel is "a dream come true," and that the second book in the series will be released as graphic novel in 2008.
Director Lexi Alexander talks to CBR News about about Frank Castle's latest cinematic adventure in the darker, more violent "Punisher: War Zone."
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics shipping next week including "Ultimate Iron Man II" #1, "Nova" #9, "X-Men: Die By The Sword" #5, "Fantastic Four" #552, "Punisher War Journal" #14 and more.
Bruce Wayne speaks, Tony Stark gets tech support, Chim Chim gets a trailer, plus "Justice League," "Wolverine," strike coverage and more.
Gotham Times press pass in hand, CBR's Andy Khouri made his way into Thursday's Joker event in Los Angeles, where he and hundreds of Joker fans saw IMAX footage from "The Dark Knight." SPOILER WARNING.
"Ultimates 3.1" is in stores and fans are already reeling from the shock. CBR News spoke exclusively with writer Jeph Loeb and previewed exclusive artwork from issue #3.2. SPOILER WARNING IN FULL EFFECT!
It's Fred Van Lente day at Comics Should Be Good, and the writer stopped by for an exclusive chat about his latest project: "Wolverine First Class," featuring all-new adventures set in the X-Men's early days.
Fifteen years since the debut of Rob Liefeld's "Youngblood," the super-team is back with the creative team of Joe Casey and Derec Donovan. CBR News spoke with Casey about the book and previewed exclusive artwork.
"Grendel" creator Matt Wagner is on the trail of the fox as he prepares to launch "Zorro" in February, 2008 for Dynamite Entertainment. CBR News spoke with Wagner, who's scripting the new series.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "Wolverine" #60 by Marc Guggenheim and Howard Chaykin, shipping next week to comics stores everywhere.
We have insider information on the casting dramas for the George Miller-helmed DC adaptation, looking at who is and who is not the Last Son of Krypton!
Director Christopher Nolan speaks, Emile Hirsch speeds up, Goku gets a girl plus "Heroes," "Wanted" and more strike coverage. UPDATED: "Justice League" news!
Following Tuesday's report on The Joker's pastry-based schemes throughout the country, CBR's Andy Khouri was visited at his home by a nameless messenger who delivered to him one of the Joker's infamous cakes.
In its third in a series of three "State of the Initiative" podcasts, "Avengers: Initiative" writer Dan Slott discussed Iron Man's vaulting ambition, the Initiation's first graduation, and who just might survive the upcoming "Killed in Action" story arc.
"Strangers in Paradise" author Terry Moore took a break from his new series "Spider-Man Loves Mary Jane," "Runaways" and "Echo" to show CBR News around his home studio in this week's STUDIO TOURS.
This season, Mike Carey has two very different holiday gifts for fans: a story in the new "Marvel Holiday Special" and the one-shot "Wolverine: Firebreak." CBR News spoke with Carey about both projects.
John Mayo follows up on Monday's sales estimates with an analysis of those numbers, looking at who the big movers and shakers were in comic shops in October and what it all means.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you exclusive first looks at lavishly rendered pages from the latest Marvel Illustrated adaptations, Homer's "The Iliad" and Oscar Wilde's "Picture of Dorian Gray."
Good googa mooga, there's a lot going on from armored photos to jokes everywhere, plus Darth Maul in fatigues, new Justice Leaguers and so much more.
The internet's been set aflame once again as The Joker has released new instructions to his followers in the form of hidden addresses, tricked-out cakes, free IMAX tickets and a new "The Dark Knight" poster.
Courtesy of Oni Press, CBR brings you a massive 41-page preview of James Stokoe's original graphic novel "Wonton Soup," the story of intergalactic cookery, star trucking and space ninjas.
In addition to new information about the "Serenity: Better Days" miniseries, Dark Horse has released images of the new "Serenity" lunch-boxes, which go on sale in April, 2008.
This week in CBR's X-POSITION, George chats with "X-Men" writer Mike Carey, who spills on "Endangered Species," "Messiah CompleX," and the new "X-Men: Legacy" title. Plus exclusive new artwork, as always!
Courtesy of Dark Horse, CBR brings you a first look at completed pages from "Buffy The Vampire Slayer: Season Eight" #9, shipping this week to finer comics stores everywhere.
This March, one of Marvel's most intrepid and heavily armed time travelers make his return, when "Cable #1 hits stores. CBR News spoke with writer Duane Swierczynski about the series.
A certain vampire-turned-supercomputer is back, the Abomination speaks (differently than you might expect) and Darren Davis cashes the check, plus more.
Filmmaker/Actor Ed Burns ("The Brothers McMullen," "Saving Private Ryan") teams up with co-writer Jimmy Palmiotti and Virgin Comics for "Dock Walloper," a story of New York in the roaring '20s, the first issue of which is on sale this week.
CBR's John Mayo has the estimated sales figures for the Top 300 Comics and Top 100 Trades with Market Share in October, 2007. DC Comics led all in market share, while Marvel had the #1 comic with "New Avengers" #35.
Multiple Harvey, Eisner and Ignatz award nominee Paul Hornschemeier is lending his trademark artistic style to Marvel's "Omega: The Unknown," and CBR News spoke with him about his contributions to the acclaimed title.