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In the first of a two-part interview, Robert sits down with Mark Waid to discuss the year-long journey he took with Morrison, Johns and Rucka on "52," the challenges and rewards offered by this unique weekly series.
The box office behemoth that is "Spider-Man 3" had a very good opening weekend, breaking ticket sales records stateside ($148 Million) and internationally ($227 Million).
With "52" now in the can, CBR News presents a gallery of the outstanding cover artwork artist J.G. Jones provided for the series.
We've got video previews from Monday's episode of "Heroes" which finds HRG scolding Parkman, Claire and Peter chatting and Sylar calls an old "friend."
It was a record breaking Friday for "Spider-Man 3," as the film gobbled up an estimated $59 million its opening day.
It's the final issue of DC's weekly series "52" and Brian has a full recap for you, with some context about these new worlds. Plus, Brian's back with the latest CRISIS CONTINUITY, this week shining the spotlight on the Multiverse itself.
Actors Hayden Panettiere and Eric Roberts talk to CBR News about their onscreen counterparts on NBC's "Heroes," Claire Bennet and Mr. Thompson.
This weekend, Robert Kirkman will hit five cities across the country in two days promoting "The Astounding Wolf-Man," Image Comics' Free Comic Book Day offering. We spoke with Kirkman before this crazy tour begun.
Courtesy of Dynamite Entertainment, we've got a preview of the publisher's Free Comic Book Day offering, "The Lone Ranger/Battlestar Galactica Flip Book," featuring two free stories.
Curiously timed to coincide with the opening of "Spider-Man 3" in cinemas, Brian brings you the true origin of Spidey's black costume. If you think you know it, you might be surprised! Plus Superman and the New Warriors, all in CBULR!
The golden Avenger is seen in action, Jimmy Palmiotti gets his blog on, young Superman (sort of) speaks, the Abomination gets remixed and more in the week's last look at links, legends and lies.
An elf as the general's daughter? Yep, it's all true -- the "Stealing Beauty" actress has been cast, and we've got the goods.
MySpace Comic Books has an exclusive ten page preview of the first issue of DC Comics' hotly anticipated weekly series, "Countdown."
CBR's Andy Khouri takes a critical look at "Spider-Man 3," examining the film's action, performances and story, and how this movie stands up next to its predecessors. SPOILER WARNING.
A Big Day for a Booming Industry!
Marvel is pleased to announce that The Loners #2, the new limited series spinning out of Runaways, has sold out at Diamond.
In our final interview with the cast and crew of "Spidey 3," CBR News speaks with Bryce Dallas Howard about all things Gwen Stacy.
Storm Shadow, one of the most popular G.I. Joe characters, returns to comic shops this month as the star of his own series. We spoke with creator Larry Hama about the new book.
Next week, Marvel fans will be learn the origin of the zombie plague in the pages of "Marvel Zombies: Dead Days" by Kirkman and Phillips! We've got 7 lettered preview pages for your reading enjoyment.
Dynamite's Xena Series Receives Great Reviews
ORTEGA, JONES and FOTOS to appear at signing event on FREE COMIC BOOK DAY in PHOENIX!
Fans new and old will thrill to this modern re-telling of Iron Man's origin, the newest entry in the popular Marvel Adventures series of titles.
Marc Guggenheim is on a mission - to establish Bart Allen as the new Flash. But the veteran TV writer is also saving some time later this year for his favorite adamantium-laced mutant, as well.
With issue #199 of "X-Men," big changes are in store for Cable, and Rogue's life will be dramatically altered. Marvel has provided CBR News with pages from the lay May shipping book.
Tony Stark lays the smack down, there's no Brokeback Rock of Eternity, Dark Horse heads back to the movies and Greg Rucka can't find any patriots, plus scoop on "Heroes," "Spider-Man 3," "The Dark Knight" and more.
With a big opening in more than a dozen countries, Marvel's web spinner stands poised to blow the summer movie season wide open even as the threat of recasting haunts talk of a fourth film.
We continue our ongoing coverage of "Spider-Man 3" with a conversation with Kirsten Dunst about the hotly awaited superhero sequel.
With the first trade collection of Ben Templesmith's "Wormwood" now in store, we caught up with the writer/artist to discuss that series and his meteoric rise in the industry starting with "30 Days of Night."
Many Talented Individuals And Stores Take On Charity Endeavor On May 5
Thom Zahler's "heroically super" situation comedy comic book, Love and Capes, continues it's popular run when issue #4 debuts this Saturday, May 5th, at Free Comic Book Day.
Boom! Studios is launching an artist search for their expanding line of comic book projects based on Games Workshop's immensely popular Warhammer and Warhammer 40,000 games.
Following his appearance at this past weekend's Pittsburgh Comicon, George Perez won't attend another convention until 2009. We have a report from his panel.
DC's Captain Marvel is getting a shot at the big screen and CBR News chatted with his screenwriter, John August. Come and see what we found out.
Entertainment Weekly published this morning the first look at Tony Stark's armor from the forthcoming "Iron Man" movie.
The robots in disguise are showing their true colors while Arthur Curry's corpse floats up again, Frank Miller gets another big check and Venom speaks, plus scoop about Chloe and some possibly new mutants ...
Two industry greats take part in cross-cultural exchange.
One of Spider-Man's classic foes returns in Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man Annual #1, as readers are treated to Sandman: Year One, featuring the origin of the Sandman.
Robert Englund and the 2001 MANIACS hack out their niche on the comic book shelves.
Trailer music provided by Mike Griffen, former guitarist of Tsunami Bomb. Judges include visual effects producer for Sin City and the producer of Scratch.