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IDW Publishing has provided CBR News with a five page preview from the first issue of their upcoming mini-series 'Underworld: Red in Tooth and Claw,' the official prequel story to the hit film.
'Batman: Intimiadation' is officially just that, photos a plenty from 'Blade: Trinity' and 'The Son of the Mask,' more J. Jonah Jameson in 'Spider-Man 2' and more.
James Marsden may take on the role of the 'Preacher,' Sam Raimi talks 'Spider-Man 2,' what's it take to become 'The Punisher' and much more.
Josh Blaylock of Devil's Due Publishing talks about their plans for 2004, what's up next for 'G.I. Joe' and 'Voltron,' as well as their many non-licensed product like 'Misplaced,' 'Kore' and the upcoming spinoff, 'WarStone.'
Some new images from 'Spider-Man 2' surface, Vancouver sees more 'Catwoman' production, Comic Book: The Movie' screening in Los Angeles tonight, and news from 'Aliens vs. Predator' and 'Smallville.'
Writer Joe Casey talks about 'Earth's Mightiest Heroes,' a new mini-series coming from Marvel Comics this summer that chronicles the Avengers first year. Learn more about Casey's love of the team and how Avengers fans can interact with the writer.
Oni Press has provided CBR News with an 11 page preview of 'Julius,' a reworking of the Shakespeare play coming in March of this year.
More casting and production news for 'Batman: Intimidation,' Arad on the effects in 'Man-Thing,' McG back on 'Superman,' 'Mutant X' gets renewed and 'Smallville' news.
DC Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping in April of 2004.
Writer Scott Ciencin talks about the upcoming 'Silent Hill: Dying Inside,' a five issue mini-series, with art by Ben Templesmith, based on the wildly popular video game. Ciencin reveals what you'll find in this comic and how it's more than just another video game adaptation and why those not familiar with the game will like this book.
Halle Berry is excited about 'Catwoman,' Ava Arad is excited about 'Puniser,' Robert Rodriguez likes the world of 'Madman,' Marvel's Kevin Feige thinks the first 'Iron Man' draft is awesome and more exciting, likeable and awesome comics film news!
In an interview with a Brazilian media magazine, actor Sean Astin has expressed heavy interest in directing the 'Fantastic Four' feature film.
Diamond Comics Distributors has released industry statistic for the entirety of 2003 showing the top selling comics, graphic novels and books, as well as which company had the largest market share in 2003.
'The Goon/Hellboy' make a big crossover, 'Aleister Arcane' images surface, 'Young Ancient One' order reminder, Dave Cockrum hospitalized and photos from the January 11th Media City Convention.
'Elektra' with Jennifer Garner is a go, 'Smallville' spoilers hit the Web, new 'Spider-Man 2' stills, 'Catwoman' gets a Web site and much more.
Image Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping April, 2004.
Mark Hamill steps behind the camera to direct his first film, "Comic Book: The Movie," by and about comic fans trying to stop Hollywood from creating a train wreck of a superhero movie. The mockumentary features Kevin Smith, Bruce Campbell, Hugh Hefner and others.
A 'Unique' comic property to be directed by David Goyer, upcoming 'Smallville' news, Spielberg shows interest in French comic 'Tintin,' 'Luke Cage' gets a script and much more.
Writer Warren Ellis sent out a note today updating fans on the status of various in production and delayed projects such as 'Morning Dragons,' 'Stealth Tribes,' 'Planetary' and others.
Writer Antony Johnston talks about the upcoming Avatar Press series 'Nightjar,' a horror story originally conceived by Alan Moore and Bryan Talbot in 1980, but never finished. Johnston talks about the story, on stepping into Alan Moore's shoes and what you should expect from this new series. Corrected
First reviews of 'Hellboy' begin to surface, Laurence Fishburne rumored to be in 'Batman: Intimidation,' 'Son of the Mask' developments, 'Garfield's' big year and much more.
Greg Rucka talks about how he approaches the writing chores on DC's 'Wonder Woman' with a look ahead at issue #200 and some thoughts on the current state of the comics industry.
DC Comics has announced a publishing agreement with European publisher Humanoids, which will add their titles to the DC Comics catalog.
Some new Batman fan films hit the Web as well as production news on the official movie, 'Hellboy' news from Fangoria con, 'Tutenstein' on the NBC slate and a novelization of 'The Punisher' movie in the works.