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Bruce Wayne heads back to the UK, Bob's your uncle, while Korea meets France with an English accent, the candidate keeps his eye on the future and Aquaman speaks, all in the week's penultimate look at links, legends and lies.
PRESS RELEASE: DC News: "Justice League" #3 Variant Allocation, 52 Website Updates, "Gen13" #4 Art Team Changes
"Degrassi: Extra Credit" just saw its Canadian release and fans will soon see that comic adapted into animated shorts. We spoke with Epitome Pictures' Christopher Jackson about those shorts, took an exclusive look at pages from the J. Torres graphic novel, and got some feedback from the cast of "Degrassi."
It's Pete Wisdom's job to protect England from otherworldly threats. This November, readers will see him at work in the "Wisdom" mini-series from Marvel's Max line. CBR News spoke with the Hugo nominated writer of "Wisdom," Paul Cornell.
The meta siblings speak along with tons of spoilers, plus somebody's getting engaged in Kansas, the Wachowskis are tuning up the Mach Five, Marvel develops some drama, plus news from Steve Niles.
CBR News went behind the scenes of the Marvel/"Guiding Light" cross-over by visiting actress Beth Ehlers (who plays the Guiding Light) on the set in New York City, as well as Marvel's Jim McCann who gave us the low down on the deal and what's next.
Legendary comic artist Gene Colan and inker Dave Gutierrez stop by Comics Should Be Good to discuss their upcoming Captain America project with Ed Brubaker and how the duo work together.
CBR News has a six-page preview of the temporally-challenged hero Ash's newest adventure. Just in time for Halloween, this preview also features images of issue #11's four variant covers.
Ghost Rider is on the road again looking for vengeance, but will he end up hurting more people than he helps? CBR News spoke with "Ghost Rider" writer Daniel Way about the book.
Ho, ho, ho, and a bottle of rum, we've got a "Pirate Tales" preview that's bound to be fun! The first issue ships tomorrow, but we've got a sneek peek of this tale involving Casey, Giffen and more!
What's really scary? Sitting down to be grilled by fans, and Mark Steven Johnson does just that, while hip vampire killers get their due, NBC's hit series gets another write-up, we spoil you for Kansas, plus "Iron Man" gets animated and more.
Marvel & Dynamite have announced a cross-over of horrific proportions - "Marvel Zombie vs. The Army of Darkness," by John Layman and Fabian Neves, with Robert Kirkman serving as consultant. CBR News spoke with Layman about the series.
Writer Jeff Mariotte stops by to preview pages from and discuss the western comic "Desperadoes: Buffalo Dreams" coming from IDW in January, and an upcoming novel showcasing some unlikely DCU team-ups.
This February readers will see some of the forces that turned Helmut Zemo into one of the most complex characters in the Marvel U in "Zemo: Born Better." We spoke with Fabian Nicieza about the series.
Mike Mignola hits the big time, we take you inside in ancient Sparta and NBC's hit drama, Jack Black doesn't look like he'll wear more spandex, plus news on "Afro Samurai," "Smallville" and more.
Those "Heroes" Joe Pokaski and Aron Coleite are back again this week to discuss last week's episode, "Hiros," with info on the new characters that popped up, with a look forward to tonight's episode "Better Halves." Plus, news regarding the online comic.
DC Comics has released previews for November 1st shipping comics "Jonah Hex" #13, "Superman Confidential" #1 and "The Other Side" #2.
The writing team behind "Flash: Fastest Man Alive" and the upcoming "Red Menace" talk with Robert about their 30 years together as writers, how they landed their two DC gigs and what's next for this writing duo.
As we near the half way mark, there are lots of developments and story to cover with this week's issue of "52." Justin's got a recap and some analysis of recent developments in DC's weekly comic series.
The Reflections roll out continues as Robert sits down with Mike Carey to discuss current and upcoming developments in "Ultimate Fantastic Four" and "X-Men." Includes a big preview of UFF #36!
Was there a a DC hero water skiing show at Seaworld? Did DC produce comics for the CIA? What odd decision forced a change in dialogue for an early Question story?
With Simone Bianchi's debut on "Wolverine" coming soon, Robert Taylor sat down with the Italian artist to talk about his process and what it means for him to be breaking into the American comics scene.