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THE SPIDER-Master of Men and Master of Pulp Fiction returns in a new book with a special cover painting by Master Comic Book and Book Cover Artist and Designer Jim Steranko
Dave Sim (Cerebus), winner of the Joe Shuster Award for Outstanding Canadian Comic Book Achievement Award in 2005 (for 2004) and inductee into the Canadian Comic Book Creator Hall of Fame in 2006 has generously donated this original painted artwork to the Joe Shuster Awards for fundraising in 2007.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR has fully lettered previews of "Wolverine" #54 in color and in black & white, showcasing the amazing artwork of Simone Bianchi!
Rude Dude Productions announced today that Steve Rude is reducing prices across the board on his original artwork.
First Ebay Auctions Will Include Todd McFarlane Original Cover
James Patrick and Christian Beranek talk with CBR News about "Death And The Man Who Would Not Die," the sequel to "Death Comes to Dillinger," and about keeping a franchise alive at an indie publisher.
2K Games has released a new game play video from the upcoming "The Darkness," featuring a look at the power of the Demon Arm.
This week, learn the fate of "Wonder Woman vs. Xena," the truth about why George Perez didn't draw "X-Men/Teen Titans," and revisit one of the greatest urban legends of all time, the great Orson Welles Bat Hoax!
More footage of the Robots in Disguise, while the Octopus has a wallet you might recognize, Harvey Dent hits the campaign trail and Reed Richards is gonna stay up late, plus news on "Heroes" and "Smallville" to finish the week.
CBR's Tale of the Tape is back, and this time around we get "World War Hulk" writer, Greg Pak's thoughts on the Hulk versus Mr. Fantastic.
In honor of "Tomb Raider's" 10th anniversary, GameTap is launching a retrospective documentary as well as "Re/Visioned" animated series created by some of comics' greats.
Marvel is pleased to reveal the latest can't miss cover by red-hot superstar artist Michael Turner-- a 50/50 variant cover to Marvel's high anticipated Thor #1
Around Comics, the comic book podcast, welcomes author Cecil Castellucci for an extended interview to talk about her exciting new project 'The Plain Janes'.
GET READY FOR THE EXPLOSIVE SEASON FINALE TO DYNAMITE'S FIRST BATTLESTAR GALACTICA SERIES!
In Dark Tower: The Gunslinger Born #5 (of 7), our young hero faces his greatest challenge yet.
Artists Sean Phillips and Fernando Blanco Join the Fray of Zombies and Chainsaws in the next issue of "Marvel Zombies Vs. Army of Darkness."
When Rebecca Kraatz's "House of Sugar" TPB was first submitted to Diamond for distribution, it was rejected. But when the comics community took up her cause, things suddenly changed.
Critically Acclaimed Series Collected in Jam-Packed TPB
Marvel Comics has provided CBR News with an advance look at the first issue of their latest event, "World War Hulk."
Big things happen tonight in Kansas, while Frank Castle seeks direction, Bumblebee takes it to the screen and Hiro takes it to the streets. Plus, "Why is Batmanuel the mayor of Gotham City?"
Doug TenNapel is back and he's brought the mafia, strippers, and a corpse – don't tell mom!
It all comes down to this! Next Monday, NBC will broadcast the season finale of "Heroes" - "How To Stop An Exploding Man." To whet your appetite we've got three video clips.
Avengers: The Initiative #3 opens with War Machine's team of new recruits as they search for America's Most Wanted-Spider-Man-and an introduction to…the Initiative's Black Ops unit!
DC Comics has at last revealed the J.G. Jones cover to the first volume of the "52" trade paperback series.
This month, all bets are off as Wildcat sets out to take down an underground superhuman betting ring in "JSA Classified" #26-27. We spoke with writer Frank Tieri about the story.
Author Kerri Hawkins delves deeper into the origin of The Darkness in "The Darkness Volume 1 Novel," the first of Top Cow's new line of prose novels.
With the second printing of sold out #1 as well as the new issue #2 in stores today, CBR News gives readers a "Death Dealer" primer featuring a full half of the first issue.
Randy Schueller, the fan who 25 years ago pitched Marvel the idea of Spider-Man in a new black costume, tells his fascinating story and shares the letter he received from Jim Shooter in 1982.
More in depth looks at robots in disguise, unloading Frank Castle, trekking on with Hiro's dad and gearing up for a summer shut down in Kansas, plus news on "FF2," animated "Hellboy," "Drinky Crow" and more.
In a move sure to set back the franchise, actor Thomas Jane announced that he would be Frank Castle no more. We take an in depth look at the troubled sequel.
Dynamite Entertainment has an exclusive cover to "Marvel Zombies vs. The Army of Darkness" #3 available no where else.
The Flash's special 3-issue event continues as DC Comics adds a variant cover by legendary comics artist Bill Sienkiewicz to THE FLASH: THE FASTEST MAN ALIVE #14. The variant cover will arrive in stores in a split of approximately 50/50 with the standard cover by Joshua Middleton.
"The Plain Janes," the first offering from DC Comics' new teens/young adult imprint Minx, ships to comics and bookstores everywhere this week and is already earning critical acclaim.
LOS ANGELES STUDENT KRIS ANKA SELECTED FIRST RECIPIENT OF WARNER BROS. ANIMATION/HANNA-BARBERA SCHOLARSHIP
"Chimaera Studios to publish new Chimaera Super Hero Universe line at Arcana Comics…Starting the line off with a Chimaera Universe Event mini series!"
ARCHAIA STUDIOS PRESS AND THE SCIENCE FICTION BOOK CLUB INK DEAL FOR MOUSE GUARD: FALL 1152
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, we've got a full color look at new issues of "Uncanny X-Men" and "The Incredible Hulk."
CBR News sat down with legendary actor George Takei to discuss his role on "Heroes," what the future holds for him and a bit about an entirely different career he once explored.
Oni Press' post-apocalyptic epic continues this week with "Wasteland" #9 by Antony Johnston and Christopher Mitten, and CBR has an advance look.
Moon Knight's brutal crusade against crime takes him to the darkest corners of the Marvel U. We spoke with artist Mico Suayan and took a look at next week's issue #10.