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Activision has released new screen shots and the box art for the upcoming "X-Men: The Official Game," co-written by Zak Penn, the screenwriter of "X-Men: The Last Stand" and Chris Claremont. We've got a load of images for you to look at.
Dynamite Entertainment has lined up a slew of top name artists to handle cover duties on their upcoming "Battlestar Galactica" comic series. Today, we've got a look at Steve McNiven's cover. Plus, Nigel Raynor will be providing the interiors.
With "Body Bags: 3 The Hard Way" now out, CBR News caught up with creator Jason Pearson to discuss this comic that features a murderous mercenary father/daughter duo. And how would you discuss such a bizarre comic? With a bizarre interview. Come inside.
It's a slow news day as Clive Owen doubles down, Lindsey Lohan tries to wreck the invisible plane, a cable channel takes a look at Kansas' weirdest town and the Daywalker's friends and foes get collectible, all in the week's last look at links, legends and lies.
PRESS RELEASE: Comics Based On Websites Vie For New Literary Prize – Five "Comic-Blooks" Are Short-listed For First Lulu Blooker Prize
Last month we told you about the new Narwain series "Bluff." Today, Narwain has provided CBR News with a five page preview of the May shipping "Bluff" #2.
Could Joss Whedon find a way for Lynda Carter to play along? We find out, plus the Thing's ready for summer vacation in Vancouver, there's photos galore from Kansas' strangest town, Peter Parker says "Cleveland Rocks!" plus "LSH" info and more.
This June, Paul Jenkins fans will see two unique sides of the writer's work. In "Civil War: Front Line," Jenkins examines the events of Marvel's mega event through the eyes of two journalists and a mysterious character. In "Sidekick," Jenkins explores the twisted relationship between super heroes and their sidekicks. We spoke with Jenkins about both projects.
Kevin Grevioux (writer of the movie "Underworld") talks about his two new comic imprints and shares his tips for breaking into the biz.
Get a gander at Hank McCoy and Erik Lensherr today, while checking in with Mike Allred, Chloe Sullivan and Lionel Luthor, while doing the math on Steve Rogers and finding out who will be the animated Superboy, plus much more.
Coming this June from Image Comics, writer Gary Reed takes a look at the many unanswered questions following the deaths of John F. Kennedy and Marilyn Monroe in the new graphic novel "Red Diaries." We've got an exclusive, first look at the series for you.
DC Comics has released preview pages from Dixon & Smith's "Claw The Unconquered" #1, Gallagher's "Megatokyo" #4 & Hernandez's "Sloth."
The first two chapters of Paul Pope's futuristic "Batman: Year One Hundred" mini-series have sold out at DC Comics and are going back to press for new printings with recolored covers.
The great Cthulu and the Old Ones have been inspring writers to tell tales about him for almost 70 years. This April, they're welcomed to the world of comics in Boom! Studios latest anthology book, "Cthulhu Tales." CBR News spoke with two of the creators involved, Andrew Cosby and Johanna Stokes.
Another convention was held this last weekend (as you've probably heard)! Wizard World invaded Los Angeles and we've got an extensive Photo Parade for you.
The ol' Canucklehead is gonna go way back, back ... into time, while Brandon Routh prefers looking ahead to looking back, you can get a better look at the Daywalker, and Clark Kent edges his way back into your living room.
Sci-Fi Channel's superhero reality show is still accepting applicants, and with the growing buzz, CBR News has chatted with Casting Producer Austen James, who explained the details of the show.
Robert sits down with Walter Simonson to discuss his plans for DC's "Hawkgirl" with Howard Chaykin. What are his plans for the book? How'd he get involved? Find out inside.
Joking heavily about tardiness, a quintet of Marvel minds brought the gospel about the company's Ultimate line to the closing moments of the convention.
The rumor mill starts churning out information on Clark Kent's adolescence again, while Spike TV talks abut a new project that's long in the tooth. Will Herr Gropenfuhrer visit the Matrix? Who's Arthur Curry's best friend? How agile is the Beast? All these questions and more on the next episode of Soa ... er, today's installment of the Comic Reel.
The search for the industry's next great artist began Sunday as Jim Lee and Company held the first round of the Wildstorm Talent Search Contest, at Wizard World Los Angeles.