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The Green Arrow himself, Justin Hartley, talks to CBR News about the forthcoming season of The CW's “Smallville,” Oliver Queen's origin, and the zen of football on the modern day superhero.
With volume two of his hugely acclaimed series on sale now, Jason Lutes talks to CBR News about "Berlin," his visits to Germany since creating the series, where the story is going and how long it will take to get there.
CBR News visited with “Heroes” star Milo Ventimiglia on the set of the hit show to talk about new cats members, last season’s criticisms and the new season, “Volume Three: Villains," beginning in September.
Jay Faerber’s creator-owned superhero universe is going to get smaller this fall with the end of his long-running “Noble Causes." The writer talks to CBR about the decision to end the book and what it means for the Faerberverse.
Marvel has released images and solicitations for comics and products on sale in November including "Ender's Game" #2, "The Stand" #3, "Avengers/Invaders" #6, "Secret Invasion" #8 and much more.
PRESS RELEASE: Baltimore Comic-Con adds Gene Colan, Alex Robinson, Rags Morales and Sean McKeever to it's 2008 guest list
Ed Brubaker's about to cash one big check, Shakespeare goes urban, Alan Moore may get his way, plus "Coraline," "Smallville," "Next Avengers," "The Middleman" and more.
In stores now, “Secret Invasion” #5 sees the Skrulls reveal that their invasion is actually a mission of peace! Writer Brian Michael Bendis walks us through the issue page-by-page to help illuminate what’s going on.
CBR News takes a trip to Smallville, where we talk with Chloe Sullivan herself, actress Allison Mack, about Doomsday, Green Arrow, Jimmy Olsen and the rest of her stable of men on “Smallville.”
A judge has denied a Warner Bros. motion to dismiss 20th Century Fox's lawsuit for an injunction against Zack Snyder's "Watchmen," with Fox claiming exclusive rights to produce and distribute a film based on the graphic novel.
DC Comics has released images and solicitations for new comics and products on sale in November, 2008, including the latest from "Final Crisis," "JSA," "Batman: R.I.P.," "Teen Titans" and much more.
Courtesy of Image, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale this week including "Charlatan Ball" #2, "Youngblood, Vol. 1: Focus Tested," and an exclusive preview of "Madman Atomic Comics" #10.
SLG head Dan Vado and "Gargoyles" writer Greg Weisman met with fans at Comic-Con International last month to discuss upcoming projects from the publisher and share some bad news for Gargoyles fans.
It’s political maneuvering at its finest when the JLA visits the homeworld of the CSA, while Hawkman and Gangbuster team with The Outsiders to lay a trap for the Torika’s henchmen. Justin and Brian get you caught up.
Top Cow has provided CBR with a first look at "Madame Mirage" artist Kenneth Rocafort's variant cover of "Cyblade" #1, the new ongoing series beginning in October from Joshua Hale Fialkov and Rick Mays.
Marvel has provided CBR with advance looks at new comics shipping in November from the publisher's X-Men line, including "Uncanny X-Men" #504, "Astonishing X- Men: Ghost Box" #2, "Wolverine" #69 and more.
Things are gonna get dangerous quickly on the NBC series, there's a new Lara Croft in town and the Silk Spectre opens up about something disturbing, plus "He- Man," "Voltron" and more.
Mark Evanier convened the annual Jack Kirby Panel last month at Comic-Con International with a host of comics greats sharing stories from the past and word of new collected editions & a documentary to come.
A day after winning the Eisner Award for Best Graphic Novel, Israeli artist Rutu Modan was the subject of a spotlight panel at Comic-Con International in San Diego where she discussed "Exit Wounds."
Television’s “Greatest American Hero,” William Katt, visits the CBR Yacht to discuss the renewed interest in the popular ‘80s series, the upcoming comics and his own comics publishing company, Catastrophic Comics.
What happens when three peopke receive tidings of doom from a mysterious and extra-terrestrial source? "Edgar Allan Poo" writer Dwight MacPherson & artist Mike Barentine reveal the answer in "M-Theory."
Exosuits. Racing mechas. Corporate overlords. Slaves. They're all part of "Freedom Formula," the new Radical Comics miniseries whose writer Edmund Shern breaks it all down for you in this week's COMMENTARY TRACK.
Senior Producer Chuck Beaver talks to CBR News about Electronic Arts' "Dead Space" -- the new horror/sci-fi video game for which Image is producing a tie-in comic-- about its auspicious influences and innovative design.
Courtesy of Warner Bros. Pictures, CBR brings you new images from "Watchmen," the new Zack Snyder-directed film based on the landmark DC Comics graphic novel by writer Alan Moore and artist Dave Gibbons.
Illustrator Paolo Rivera will make "Amazing Spider-Man" #577 his debut as a Marvel-exclusive artist. Known primarily for his painting, Rivera revealed to CBR his first issue will be rendered in a more traditional method.
Simon Pegg, Jessica Hynes and Edgar Wright sat down with CBR News at Comic-Con last month to look back on their early years of the TV series “Spaced” as well as to look forward to “Star Trek,” “Ant Man,” and “Paul.”
Lein Wein, Bernie Wrightson, Mike Grell, Mark Evanier, Joe Staton and Mike W. Barr met with fans at Comic-Con International last month to discuss their legendary careers in comics and their most personal works.
Is John Byrne a harbinger of disaster? Did Billy Dee Williams take a bribe so Tommy Lee Jones could play Two-Face? And is Hank McCoy gay? Find out in this week's tabloid-esque edition!
Is Frank Castle going soft? We wonder while looking in on Rorschach and backing up another truck full of money to Mark Millar's house, all in the week's last look at links, legends and lies.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale next Wednesday including "Guardians of the Galaxy" #4, "Punisher" #61, "Young X- Men" #5, "Incredible Hercules" #120 and more
John Mayo returns with an analysis of his estimated sales numbers for June, 2008, which saw “Secret Invasion” lead the pack once again, with Hellboy trades showing big bumps and Buffy still going strong.
With “Street Fighter IV” hitting video game consoles next year, UDON returns to its roots with three new series based on the franchise. CBR spoke with writer Ken Siu-Chong and artist Jeffrey “Chamba” Cruz about “Street Fighter II Turbo."
Newcomer Brahm Revel goes back to the Vietnam War in “Guerillas” and reveals a secret government program to use chimps as combat troops alongside humans in the jungles of Southeast Asia.