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DC Comics has released preview art from January shipping titles "JLA: Classified" #16, "The Exterminators" #1, "Sgt. Rock: The Prophecy" #1 and "Elfquest: The Discovery" #1.
Publisher Boom! Studios has provided CBR News with a preview from this Wednesday's "Zombie Tales: Oblivion." The story is "The Bakemono & The Cranes" with art by Keith Giffen and written by Johanna Stokes. Updated
In an exclusive interview, Dreamwave's new Editor-In-Chief, Pierre-Andre Dery, and Editor, Mark Powers, spoke to CBR News about the new direction for the re-imagined comic book company.
After 11 years of publishing in the real world, Batton Lash has decided that "Supernatural Law" will not only appear in print, but in original stories online. CBR News spoke with Lash about what the online strip means for his publishing plans.
The Batcave is once again showing signs of life, while a hot killer nun in a skimpy outfit is set to assault cineplexes, we know what Robin and his team will be up to for the next four weeks and what could be wrong with good ol' boys and strip clubs? Not a darned thing!
PRESS RELEASE: Platinum Studios and Gale Anne Hurd's Valhalla Motion Pictures Married to Top Cow's "Magdalena"
Tony Stark is heading back to the drawing board, while Marv and Nancy Callahan get coaxial, the former Mrs. Lex Luthor gets super powers, Reed Richards squares off against Optimus Prime, John Cena gets a gun, Joss Whedon scribbles away furiously and Lois Lane gets her strip on in the week's first news summary.
In Volume 3 of "Sentinels," writer Rich Bernatovech is raising the stakes for the heroes and taking a few surprising turns. Bernatovech spoke to CBR News about the book and provided loads of preview art.
Fans of Tim Seeley's "Hack/Slash" have only one more week to catch the stage adaptation of the play in Chicago. "Hack/Slash: Stage Fright" is a live production of the comic and CBR News' Dave Richards recently made his way to Chicago to catch a performance.
After four days interviewing the creative team behind the upcoming Image Comics series "Bad Planet," today we bring you an extended look at artwork and sketches from the series, as well as the exclusive debut of the Web movie "Bad Planet: Deathleap" directed by Thomas Jane.
Vetern comic creator Bob Layton stopped by the CBR Chat Room for an extended chat in which he talked all things "Iron Man," Valiant Comics and Future Comics and never held back.
The collegiate life leads to some wild times for Lana (yes, Lana) while Cyclops still has some sights to see in Westchester and Digger Harkness calls it a comeback on Cartoon Network, all in the week's last news summary.
Tim Bradstreet is known best for his realistic and thought provoking cover work. He brings that same style to his inks and art direction on "Bad Planet." We spoke with the artist to learn more about the role he played in the development of this series.
The real reason for Bryan Singer getting the gig may have been psychological, we learn, while there's a whole lot of news coming from Xavier's Academy and Christopher Nolan confirms when -- and how -- he'll return to Gotham City in the week's penultimate look at links, legends and lies.
With the December release of "Hyper-Actives," writer Darin Reid Wagner will have launched the first superhero team book from Alias Comics. CBR News caught up with Wagner to learn about the book and sneak a peak at some art.
Enjoying the new "Supergirl" series? DC Comics gives you one more reason to enjoy it when they give November's "Supergirl" #4 the alternate cover treatment.
Penciller Lewis LaRosa takes center stage today as we continue our week long look at the Image series "Bad Planet." LaRosa gives us a first-look at his pencils from the series and explains that had it not been for Tim Bradstreet and Thomas Jane, he may not be working in comics today.
What do you get when a comic has appearances by P.T. Barnum, Buffalo Bill Cody, Ulysses S. Grant, Alexander Graham Bell and a supporting cast of characters from the old west? You get "Bone Sharps," by writer Jim Ottaviani who spoke with CBR about the series.
Lois and Orin sitting in a tree (or pond) ... well, you know how the rhyme goes. Plus Riley and Huey are headed for your living room, we get another good look at Viggo, Hellboy goes Cimmerian and Hugo Weaving still gets to blow stuff up in today's news summary.
Image Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping January, 2006.
Last week CBR hosted a chat with writer Elliot S! Maggin known for his years writing Superman stories at DC Comics as well as the novelization of the "Kingdom Come" graphic novel.