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Red Sonja continues to expand her empire this March with the release of Dynamite's "Red Sonja: Vacant Shell" one-shot. CBR News spoke with writer Rick Remender about the special issue.
The Hero Initiative has announced a fund raiser that sees 100 of the industry's top talent creating custom covers for "Ultimate Spider-Man" #100. We've got an exclusive look at covers by Michael Lark and Dave Ross.
The Bat will be looking for a new love, Johnny Blaze hangs it up, more shell shocked details and looking at the eclipse, plus "Smallville" and more to finish up the week.
Did you know that Donald Duck writer/artist Carl Barks discovered methylene? Do you remember a LIFE magazine cover featuring the world's ugliest woman? Did you think Smallville was in Kansas?
NBC has released video previews of the 1/29 episode of "Heroes," "The Fix," with a sneak peak of a new heroine, Hana Gitleman, played by Stana Katic.
CBR News received this afternoon an image from DC Comics depicting many of the DCU's most prominent characters in a scene from... well, you've just got to see for yourself. WARNING: This article contains "52" spoilers.
Ready for some turtle power? CBR's Andy Khouri toured Imagi Animation Studios, where the new "TMNT" feature is being completed for a March release. Check out our extensive report on the film.
IDW Publishing announces "Star Trek: Klingons: Blood Will Tell," a clever take on the classic Trek villains, and offers issue #1 in a special Klingon language variant edition.
The Young Adult Library Services Committee has released their nominees for their first annual award for Great Graphic Novels For Teens. Honored are "Pride of Baghdad," "Castle Waiting," Nextwave" and more. Updated
Even Aunt Petunia's favorite nephew can't stop from talking two pictures ahead, while we look at the eclipse (instead of behind it), close in on Optimus, plus a scoop on "Smallville" and "Ghost Rider."
NBC has released still photos from the February 5th episode of "Heroes" titled "Distractions." Plus, we have photos of two new characters to join the show.
CBR News has obtained several full-color previews for some Marvel's most anticipated new issues shipping in February. Take an advance look at "Thunderbolts Presents Zemo" #, "Ultimate X-Men" #79 and more.
Tony Moore's made a name for himself illustrating titles like "Battle Pope," "The Walking Dead," "Fear Agent" and "The Exterminators." Now Tony takes us into his home studio and shows us where the body parts are stored -- no, really.
More and more comic book writers are moonlighting in the video game industry. Is there a conspiracy? Come inside to find out as we talk with writers John Layman and Jimmy Palmiotti.
A close friend of the late Dave Cockrum, writer Clifford Meth tells CBR News about the new and improved edition of the touching tribute book, and previews new artwork by John Cassaday, Jim Lee and more. Updated: Now with Matt Haley's back-cover illustration of the -Xmen!
Two all new stories will be offered by Marvel Comics this May: "Marvel Adventures Three-In-One," and "Amazing Spider-Man: Swing Shift," by Dan Slott and Phil Jimenez.
Ooh, Mister Osborn -- you're a handsome devil, aren't you? Check out Harry's togs while peeking in on ancient Sparta, making way for Optimus and Tyrese, discussing a JL spin off plus scoop on "Heroes," "Speed Racer" and more.
If you missed the sneak preview of "300" on TV last night, no worries, we've got you covered. Warner Bros. has provided CBR News with the video preview and a look at the latest one-sheet poster.
NBC has provided CBR News with a gallery of screenshots from the forthcoming episode, "The Fix," featuring the first appearance of George Takei as Hiro's father.
New Marvel editor Steve Wacker is working on three of Marvel's biggest titles – "Civil War: The Return," "Silent War" and "Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man" – and he chatted with CBR News about each one, with exclusive preview art for each book
For the first time ever, the National Book Award nominated a graphic novel, Gene Yang's "American Born Chinese." CBR News spoke with Yang about the book and what the nomination means.