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More technical details on the wonders of anti gravity, plus Kitty Kowalski speaks, a Dark Horse property gets the green light, Lex and Lana might ... and more in today's look at links, legends and lies.
The CBLDF has issued their official statement on what transpired Monday in the long-running case of Georgia versus retailer Gordon Lee.
Want some good old-fashioned superhero slobber knockers? Then Marvel Comics' "Beyond" might be the comic book for you, as artist Scott Kolins told CBR News. Includes exclusive preview art.
Warner Bros. has released a teaser trailer for the upcoming "Justice League Heroes" video game, written by Dwayne McDuffie. We've got the trailer in two sizes for your viewing pleasure.
Nicholas Dane may have survived a plane crash, but his old life is over. Dane is the star of "Talent," a four issue mini-series from Boom! Studios by writers Chris Golden and Tom Sniegoski, in which Dane finds that after the plane crash, he has been imbued with a strange gift and a mysterious mission.
It's the even of Civil War and things are heating up in the pages of "Amazing Spider-Man." Marvel's released a preview of issue #531, shipping later this month.
Creator Mario Gully has provided CBR News with a five page preview of "Ant" #5, scheduled to ship this Wednesday from Image Comics.
The Comic Book Legal Defense Fund updates us on the status of Rome, GA comic retailer Gordon Lee's trial, which began this morning with a calendar call to be followed by a full jury trial during the week. Updated
The Robots in Disguise may have a new human cohort, while you can see Will Smith's script, Howard Chaykin cashes a check, Lou Diamond Phillips comes up for air, plus news on "Smallville," "Deathlok" and more.
Marvel Comics has released a six-page preview of the upcoming "Annihilation: Ronan" #1. Come check out the preview and learn how you can talk with event editor Andy Schmidt.
This May, the eyes of the Marvel U will be on Wakanda as Black Panther weds the love of his life Storm. However, their nuptials will be off to a rocky start as Marvel's epic "Civil War" storyline erupts. We spoke with writer Reginald Hudlin about what both events will mean for "Black Panther."
DC Comics has announced that another of their "One Year Later" titles has sold out, "Green Lantern" #10, and is headed back to press for a new printing.
Look out! Brandon Routh is gonna jump out of the screen at you! Meanwhile, a cartoon classic has an adversary, the God of Thunder could be related to Danny Zukko, and Warner Brothers wants Arnold, plus much more in the week's last news summary.
With the "30 Days of Night: Rumors of the Undead" novel now in bookstores, we caught up with writers Steve Niles & Jeff Mariotte to learn more about the book and how it ties-in with the comics. Plus, we've got the first chapter from "Rumors of the Dead" for you to read and Niles updates fans on the future of the comics.
Marvel Comics has released preview pages from April's "X-Factor" #6, which features the secret background of Layla Miller.
DC's "One Year Later" storyline means a lot of story changes to titles across the DCU. It also means the look of many books will be evolving. One such book is "Teen Titans." CBR News spoke with "Teen Titans" artist Tony Daniel about his new approach to the series
Braniac breaks the silence while we round up rumors about Ol' Web Head. Spike Witwicky is as good as cast, Frank Miller raises the dead, and you can get a hand on Bryan Singer's script, all in today's look at links, legends and lies.
PRESS RELEASE: "Lone Wolf and Cub" creators Kazuo Koike and Goseki Kojima tell the tale of a master ninja in "Path of the Assassin"