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When something's strange, and it don't look good, who you gonna call? The Punisher, of course. At Wizard Word L.A, Marvel announced a second ongoing Punisher series, spinning out of "Civil War." We spoke to the writer, Matt Fraction, to learn about new ways of punishing the wicked.
Beginning this October, a heroic legacy that might be small in stature, but not deeds, continues when Marvel Comics launches the new ongoing series "The Irredeemable Ant-Man." In part one of our look at "Ant-Man," CBR News spoke with Editor Tom Brevoort about the series.
[Updated With New Art] Sex, violence, dead babies, geriatric superheroes, and a new book teaming former "Wolverine" artist Darick Robertson with writer Garth Ennis, are all in store in the pages of Vertigo and Wildstorm. The news keeps coming on Day Two of Wizard World Los Angeles, at DC's Vertigo/Wildstorm panel.
De-powered and distrusted once again, mutants, former mutants, and X-Men are more vulnerable than ever. It's the perfect time for their enemies to strike. Some will live, some will die. Wolverine is everywhere. Come on in and see what's new, straight from Day Two of Wizard World L.A!
When it comes to Marvel Comics' "Civil War," writer David Hine is leaving no mutant stone unturned in "Civil War: X-Men." CBR News caught up with the writer, who discussed his plans and told us why you have to check out the series.
DC's big four writers are busy at work getting "52," a weekly series revolving around the post "Infinite Crisis" world of characters outside the big three. We learned all about it on Day One of Wizard World L.A.
Joe Quesada had more than his share of surprise revelations, guests, and humor on day one of Wizard World LA. Jack Kirby! Halo! J. Scott Campbell! Couldn't make it, True Believer? Come on in and grab yourself a "Cup o' Joe!"
DC's Infinite Crisis is nearing its conclusion and Dan DiDio and his crew are busy preparing sweeping changes across the DCU. The answer to all of your questions? 52. Straight from Wizard World L.A, we have your first DC Panel.
At Wizard World L.A, Aspen Comics shared their 2006 plans at the company's first convention panel of the year, complete with cheeseburgers and ice cream.
The Ultimate Universe is meeting...the "Squadron Supreme" Universe? True Believer, it seems that at the Wizard World L.A convention, Marvel is full of surprises on the first day.
Marvel's first news panel of Wizard World Los Angeles revealed a lot by revealing a little. New series from JMS, Bendis, Cho and other big names at Marvel are forthcoming, but do you know what they are? Now you can find out.
Fans of "Halo" are still in shock over the news of the new graphic novel based on the video game, and CBR News spoke to one of the writers, Jay Faerber, about what to expect. Suit up, reload your weapons and learn more about Master Chief.
[Updated: New Art From Bungie] Put down the wireless controllers and read all about it: the legendary "Halo" line of video games is coming to life in comic book form, courtesy of Marvel Comics. Click the link and learn all about the future of Master Chief & all your favorites.
Slave Labor Graphics will be putting a new spin on venerable Disney properties, as they discussed in today's panel at Wizard World, Los Angeles.
It's the end of an era, as the popular "Strangers In Paradise" is about to close up shop. Terry Moore spoke to CBR News about the end of the series and revealed his surprising original plan for the series.
Boom! Studios continues to attract big names, this time seeing writer Joe Casey launching a new one-shot in July called "The Black Plague." We spoke to the scribe to learn about why it's simultaneously like and unlike anything you've ever read.
Diamond has released the top comic numbers based on actual sales for product shipped in February, 2006, including Market Share, Top 300 Comics, Top 100 Graphic Novels/TPB's and Top 50 Manga. Marvel leads all publishers in sales and units, with "Astonishing X-Men" #13 leading the pack.
Before you lift that beer to your lips, get misty-eyed over a moment with Brandon Routh, check out all the footage reports from Vegas (since what happens there gets reported online), say goodbye to Vengeance in Metropolis and more in the week's last look at links, legends and lies.
Early Thursday afternoon, Marvel held a press conference to discuss April's "Iron Man" #17, which sees the debut of the new creative team of writers Daniel Knauf (the creator of HBO's "Carnivale") and his son Charlie with artist Patrick Zircher. We've got a transcript of that conversation.
In the third part of our series, Stuart shares the story of how in the Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster finally got the credit they so richly deserved for creating Superman and how their story comes to a much happier ending.
The apocalypse may have turned the world into one nasty place, but that won't stop Santa from spreading Christmas cheer, even if it means doing it with a gun. That's "The Last Christmas," a six-issue series written by Brian Posehn & Gerard Duggan. CBR News spoke with the writers about their two fisted tale of yuletide action and humor.
Look! Up in the sky! It's an amazingly hot actress! Plus Wolverine heads to Kansas, Reed Richards heads to cable, Tom Welling starts to wind down for the summer, plus more about Natalie Portman's hair, terrorists on MySpace and a "Batman" rumor that's down by "law."
In part two of our three part series looking at the creators of Superman, Stuart tells the story of what happens after Siegel & Shuster sold the rights to the character they created and how it almost runied their lives.
DC Comics has issued an official press release regarding the "Superman Returns" prequel comics and has released the first official piece of art.
Ten years after its cancellation, Disney's "Gargoyles" is still a fan favorite. This summer, a new comic series debuts from Slave Labor Publishing, written by series creator Greg Weisman. We spoke with Weisman about the series and also have an exclusive first look at art from the series.