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The Hero Initiative has released their 2008 Wondercon booth signing schedule and special ebay auctions.
Enjoy this parade of photos from last week's CBLDF benefiting Y: The Last Party, featuring Brian K. Vaughan, Pia Guerra, Joss Whedon, Grant Morrison, Mark Waid, Damon Lindeloff, Zuni the monkey and more!
Clifford Meth will be signing copies of "Snaked" from IDW Publishing, as well as his new trade paperback "One Small Voice" at Midtown Comics in Times Square on February 21.
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "Invincible" #48 by Robert Kirkman and Ryan Ottley, on sale next week.
Starting today, writer Warren Ellis and artist Paul Duffield begin the FREAKANGELS serial -- a new, weekly webcomic offered free online from Avatar Press.
With "Jumper" in cinemas now, director Doug Liman talks one-on-one with CBR's Jami Philbrick about the new film, its Oni Press tie-in "Jumper: Jumpscars," and Liman's revival of "Knight Rider."
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale next week including "Cable & Deadpool" #50, "Wolverine: Origins" #22, "Incredible Hercules" #114 and much more.
This week, the revenge of Kevin Maguire on "Infinite Crisis!" The false revenge of Judd Winick on 1-900-KILL-ROBIN, and the hugely complicated and unrealized revenge of Bill Willingham on Peter Pan!
Looking inside the new developments of the BPRD, looking ahead to more heavy metal and saying goodbye to old friends, plus "The Spirit" and more.
Marvel has announced that "Captain Marvel" #3 has sold out and will be going back to press with an interior art variant cover.
BOOM! Studios has announced that "Zombie Tales" will become it's third monthly series with a Steve Niles story headlining the first issue.
The Pander Bros. will make their first appearance at WonderCon in over five years to sign copies of their book "Accelerate" and screen their new movie, "Selfless."
Top Cow Productions, Inc. and Prodege LLC announced today the creation of Search with Witchblade and Search with The Darkness, two Google-powered search engines that reward users with prizes.
"Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter: Guilty Pleasures" #9 (of 12) continues the best-selling adaptation of the novel by New York Times best-selling author Laurell K Hamilton.
Avatar Press will launch on Friday its first original web comic, Warren Ellis's "FreakAngels," completely free to readers. CBR spoke with publisher William Christensen about the venture, and why the Avatar model is unlike what we've seen before.
CBR News speaks with writer J. Torres about "Family Dynamic," the new DC Comics super-family miniseries. We've also got your exclusive first look at Tim Levins' cover for issue #1.
With "The Un-Men" #7 coming up next week, creators John Whalen and Mike Hawthorne stop by CBR for an in-depth commentary of the stand-alone issue #6 of the freaky Vertigo title.
First issue of "Halloween: Nightdance," Devil's Due's re-introduction of Michael Myers, sells out with a second printing in the works.
Archaia Studios Press has launched a "Miranda Mercury" website to to promote the next issue of "The Many Adventures of Miranda Mercury."
Who is "Anna Mercury?" Warren Ellis isn't telling, but CBR News was able to eke out a few new details of the Avatar series as well glimpse into the writer's private conversations… with his computer.
Next month, "Strangers in Paradise" writer/artist Terry Moore launches the first issue of his new creator-owned series, "Echo," and CBR News has all the details plus updates on "Spider-Man Loves Mary Jane."
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you an exclusive first look at pages from "Runaways" #29 by Joss Whedon and Michael Ryan, on sale next week.
It's all love for a new look at Logan, a new season approved, a new release date plus "Venom," "Iron Man" and more in today's look at links, legends and lies.
Dark Horse has announced several new pieces of "Hellboy" merchandise, including a new PVC figure set.
Writer and 20th Century Fox executive Jeff Katz talks about the new "Booster Gold" storyline "Blue & Gold," as well as his feeling's about "Freddy vs. Jason vs. Ash" and his work on the upcoming "Wolverine" and "The A-Team" films.
CBR's X-POSITION does indeed X-ist, but we need your questions before it returns! Who will be next week's guest? Check out some exclusive new art and find out....
The Baltimore Comic-con has announced additions to it's guest list for September's show, including Ron Garney, Adam Hughes and more.
Marvel has announced that "Ultimates 3" #2 has officially sold out and is going back to press for a second printing with a new cover.
Marvel has released a panel from this week's "Captain Marvel" #3 that contains a massive spoiler for the character.
George Lucas and Warner Brothers have announced a new animated feature film, "Star Wars: The Clone Wars," to debut in theaters in advance of the "Clone Wars" animated television series.
Writer-artist-designer Jonathan Hickman invites CBR readers into his studios to see where and how he creates the hugely acclaimed imagery for books like "The Nightly News" and "Pax Romana."
Checker Publishing has announced plans for three new CrossGen collection: "Negation" Vol 3, "Sigil"Vol 6 and "Sojourn" Vol 6.
PRESS RELEASE: The New York Center for Independent Publishing announces a symposium on graphic novels
The New York Center for Independent Publishing announces SPLAT, their first annual symposium on graphic novels featuring Scott McCloud, Ted Rall and others.
The Steel City Con has made several announcements regarding it's upcoming March 29-30, 2008 convention.
Bluewater Productions Revolutionary War hero series, "Pistolwhip," will be launching in July, just in time for Independence Day
Dark Horse has released images and solicitation images for new comics and products on sale in May, 2008.
Marvel has released new preview pages from the second issue of their new "X-Force" series
Marvel's Muck Monster resurfaces this week in issue #1 of "Dead of Night Featuring Man-Thing," the first of four fear fraught tales. CBR News spoke with writer Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa about the MAX miniseries.
The Writers Guild of America strike that shut down the U.S. entertainment industry for the past 100 days is finally over, and CBR News has all the details.
Michael Bay doesn't care what's happening with writers, Tony Stark may have more trouble than expected, the Cimmerian lacks direction plus the strike's end and more.