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Michel Rabagliati, author of the Paul series of graphic novels including the newly-released 'Paul Goes Fishing', will be participating in a moderated Q&A and book-signing session on Saturday, March 15th at 5pm, at The Lillian H. Smith Library in Toronto.
You'd think being unable feel pain would qualify as a super power in a comic book. Think again. Victor Riches, Steven Grant and Tom Mandrake tell a thrilling tale of human slavery, a quest to feel, and of trying to find "The Safest Place."
CBR News has received from Warner Bros. an official "Watchmen" clock, counting down to March 6, 2009, the release date of the Zack Snyder film based on the classic graphic novel by Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons.
MySpace Comic Books announced Marvel Editor-In-Chief Joe Quesada is launching the all-new My Cup O' Joe. Readers are invited to submit their questions, which Quesada will answer every Friday.
Scholar Roz Kaveney takes an analytical look at the superhero genre her new book, "Superheroes: Capes and Crusaders in Comics and Films." Kaveney spoke with CBR News about the book.
IDW Publishing, a division of IDT Internet Mobile Group, announced that another of its graphic novels has been optioned by a major feature film producer. Producer Richard Saperstein, former President of Production of Dimension Films, who has overseen such films as 1408, Rob Zombie's Halloween, The Mist, John Q, The Punisher, Frequency, and Se7en, has optioned IDW's hot, new comic series, SNAKED.
Zenescope Entertainment has signed on with the William Morris Agency for representation of their comic book and graphic novel properties.
Neil Gaiman, the renowned author of science fiction and fantasy short stories and novels, graphic novels, comics, and films will be presenting a live reading benefiting the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund at the New York Comic-Con. The appearance, a paid ticketed reading event, will be called an "An Evening With Neil Gaiman" with 100% of the proceeds going to benefit the First Amendment legal work of the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund.
In this final installment, "Captain Britain and MI:13" writer Paul Cornell joins CBR News to discuss his team's one American member, the magic sword-wielding Black Knight.
The Challengers fall apart this week as Justin and Brain bring you up to speed on the latest from "Countdown" and like where it might be headed next.
Courtesy of Dynamite, CBR brings you an advance look at "The Lone Ranger & Tonto" #1 by by Brett Matthews & Jon Abrams and Marco Guevara with covers by John Cassaday, on sale this week.
Leading off with billionaire vigilantes and Jeff Smith getting a big check, we've also got "Speed Racer," "Thor," "Green Lantern," "Snaked" and much more.
The spotlight falls on Faisa Hussain, a new character introduced in "Captain Britain and MI-13." The young doctor represents the youth of the UK and writer Paul Cornell tells all, plus we unveil the cover to issue #2.
The first issue of "Cable" has sold out at the Diamond level - Marvel announces second printing with interior art variant cover.
In Part IV of our weekend-long look at "Captain Britain and MI:13," writer Paul Cornell returns to help us profile the team's leader, the one and ony Pete Wisdom.
Wolverine teams up with a post-One More Day Spider-Man and Dostor Strange in "Amazing Spider-Man" #555 by Zeb Wells and Chris Bachalo.
Saturday afternoon in Florida, Joe Quesada announced his new Q&A Column My Cup O' Joe will premiere at MySpace, then gave fans a chance to soak him in a dunk tank for charity. We've got the photos.
Stephen King will be interviewed by NPR on March 12 from 2:30 to 3:00 PM, discussing his ground-breaking comic book series, "Dark Tower."
Marvel Comics has announced that "X-Force" #2 has sold out at the Diamond level and they will be offering a second printing of the issue, complete with a variant interior art cover.
Dark Horse Founder Mike Richardson, Respected Illustrator Dean Yeagle, and Legendary Film Critic Leonard Maltin are doing a signing at Disney Soda Fountain on Hollywood Blvd. in Los Angeles, CA on March 19th at 6pm in honor of the releases of Richardson and Yeagle's "Return of the Gremlins" and Maltin's Leonard Maltin's "Movie Crazy."
PRESS RELEASE: New York Comic Con reveals list of sci-fi and fantasy authors slated to appear at the 2008 show
The New York Comic Con (NYCC) today revealed a selection of the authors who'll be appearing at its 2008 event -- April 18-20 at the Jacob Javits Center -- including Danielle Bennett, Kate Brallier, Terry Brooks, Peter David, Isamu Fukui, Felix Gilman, Nina Harper, Jaida Jones, David Keck, Naomi Novik, Brian Slattery, Alissa Torres, and F. Paul Wilson.
In Part III of our weekend-long look at the cast of "Captain Britain and MI:13," writer Paul Cornell joins CBR to turn the spotlight on England's fastest woman, Lady Jacqueline Falsworth Crichton AKA Spitfire.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you more advance looks at new comics on sale next week including "New Exiles" #3, "Annihilation: Conquest" #5, "Dead of Night Featuring Man-Thing" #2 and more.
For part two of our weekend long feature on the cast of "Captain Britain and MI:13," writer Paul Cornell helps us "Imagine" what the team's resident shapeshifter, John the Skrull, is like.
Courtesy of Image, CBR brings you an advance look at "Savage Dragon" #135 by Erik Larsen and an exclusive preview of "Madman Atomic Comics" #7 by Mike Allred, both on sale next week.
In Part I of our weekend-long look at the cast of May's "Captain Britain and MI:13," series writer Paul Cornell joins CBR News to profile the UK's premier superhero, Captain Britain.
CBR News talks to writer Brett Matthews about "Serenity: Better Days," Dark Horse's latest exploration into the world of Joss Whedon's "Firefly."
Warren Pleece ("The Invisibles") illustrates the story of a light-skinned African-American who documents lynchings, and a vampire who works in a convenience store in two wildly different graphic novels, and spoke with us about his work.
New "Moon Knight" co-writer Charlie Benson ("Entourage") joins CBR for an in-depth look at the latest issue of the Marvel series, issue #16, on sale now.
Daniel Acuņa's secret dream project has been revealed to be "Eternals" with words by Daniel & Charles Knauf. CBR spoke with the artist about his version of Jack Kirby's legendary creations and took an exclusive first look at series artwork.
Dark Horse has released images and solicitation information for new comics and products on sale in June, 2008. - Preview Images Fixed
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale next week including "Fantastic Four" #555, "Nova" #11, "Mighty Avengers" #10, "Punisher" #55 and much more.
This week - Sex! Sex! Sex! Neil Gaiman and masturbation in the DC Universe! Sex! Sex Sex! Ethan Van Sciver and sex in the New X-Men! Sex! Sex! Sex! And John Byrne and a penis!
Thunderbolt Ross shows his face, Hiro's got a girlfriend, Angelina Jolie's shooting up the place plus "Smallville," "Hellboy 2," "Iron Man" and more.
Eriko Tamura, the actress who played Hiro's love interest in the second season of "Heroes," spoke with CBR News and revealed some interesting news about her return for season three.
Dark Horse will make publishing history with the release of the first volume of this critically acclaimed manhwa series in a new weekly online publishing program.
Crispin Freeman steps away from his luminary status in the world of anime and video game voiceovers to assume the animated role of Electro, a featured member of the rogues gallery of recurring villains in "The Spectacular Spider-Man."
Indie Spotlight is a new action figure series from Shocker Toys presenting independent comic book characters in 6-7" super poseable figure form with a full size pack in comic featuring characters from "Scud: The Disposable Assassin," "Shadowhawk," "Kabuki," "Strangers In Paradise" and "The Maxx."
Marvel has announced that while "Thor" #6 has sold out like the previous 5 issues, unlike the other 5, there is no reprint planned due to the upcoming hardcover collection.
Legendary comic creators, Steven Grant (THE PUNISHER) and Tom Mandrake (BATMAN), team-up with new scribe, Victor Riches, to redefine the genre of action-thriller graphic novels with the harrowing, intense tale, "The Safest Place."