Showing results 38896-38935 of 50748
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you advance looks at new books shipping next week, including "Fantastic Four" #551, "Ms. Marvel" #21, "New Avengers: Illuminati" #5, "The Order" #4 and more.
With the hotly anticipated volume four shipping next week, the creator of "Scott Pilgrim Gets It Together" goes in-depth with CBR News about manga, bloggers, success, movie adaptations and more.
Today is comics legend Steve Ditko's 80th birthday, and Fantagraphics took the occasion to announce the June 2008 release of the first critical retrospective of Ditko, the co-creator and original artist of "The Amazing Spider-Man."
Fists and historical revelations have been flying fast and furious in recent issues of Marvel's "The Immortal Iron Fist," and CBR News spoke with co-writer Matt Fraction about the popular kung-fu series.
The shadow of CBULR falls this week upon that most urban-legendary of comics creators, Bob Kane,and just how many Batman comics he actually drew. Also, Donald Duck and "30 Days of Night!"
The Rock is comfortable with dark colors, another graphic novel heads for the big screen and we take a look at the NBC series, plus "Flash" and more.
Spinning straight out of his shocking return in Civil War, Captain Marvel's new life begins in Captain Marvel #1 (of 5)!
Ralphs and Food 4 Less club members can help The Hero Initiative without spending a penny!
New York Comic Con (NYCC) has announced that it has appointed senior staff member Lance Fensterman to the position of Show Manager for NYCC.
Top Cow Unveils New Painted Cover and Announces Page Count Increase!
REVOLUTION RISING IN DYNAMITE'S NEW BATTLESTAR GALACTICA: SEASON ZERO!
Break bread with the legendary Spider-Man artist!
Sam Raimi's Darkman Returns in All-New Series!
Warren Ellis' next ongoing series will launch in January with GRAVEL #0 published by Avatar Press.
The epic House Of M limited series forever altered the Marvel Universe two years ago and fans have clamored for a look into the secrets of this world-and now they're here in House of M: Avengers #1 (of 5)!
This January starting with "Red Sonja" #30, the series sees five different creative teams tackle each subsequent issue. We've got details, plus a first look at the Alex Ross variant & Lee Moder's art for #30.
Straczynski has big plans for "Thor" in 2008 as well as a 12-issue maxiseries ready to roll out in January, entitled "The Twelve," featuring 12 superheroes who've finally thawed after 60-plus years in the Marvel/Timely deep freeze.
We've got video previews of next Monday's episode of "Heroes" called "Out of Time," which explores H.R.G.'s big find, West & Claire's relationship gets complicated and Bob comes up with a plan while we discover a lot about Matt's powers.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR brings you an advance look at next week's "Astonishing X-Men" #23 by Joss Whedon & John Cassaday, with five pages of story and the variant cover.
"New Avengers: Illuminati" writer Brian Reed speaks with CBR News about his and Ian Hosfeld's new Image Comics spy series "The Circle," and why it's being called a 21st century "A-Team."
What's that wacky Joker up to now? We know, plus a let down for "Heroes" fans and MTV sending out another check, plus "Wanted," "Conan" and more.
CBR News has twenty-seven images from the Mark Millar-minded adaptation, featuring Angelina Jolie, James McAvoy, Common and Morgan Freeman.
In the fourth chapter of Messiah Complex, featured in New X-Men #44, The X-Men, Sinister's forces and the Purifiers have all set their plans in motions-and not everyone may survive the coming war!
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR brings you an exclusive first look at "The Loners" #6, concluding the miniseries by CB Cebulski and Karl Maline and shipping November 21, 2007.
Chameleon Boy takes on a villainous new form and the form overtakes him in an all-new episode of "Legion of Super Heroes" entitled "Who Am I?" airing Saturday, November 3 at 11:00 a.m. ET/PT as part of the Kids' WB! lineup on The CW Network.
50 years after the launch of Sputnik II, Abadzis talks about the Russian space program and his original graphic novel "Laika," about the dog who was the first Earthling sent into outer space.
The "Wanted" trailer has been released online, and CBR has an enormous gallery of screen grabs from the hotly anticipated Angelina Jolie-starring flick based on the Mark Millar & JG Jones graphic novel.
Zuda Comics, DC's online comics initiative, got off to a roaring start at a launch party in New York City this week, and CBR News was on hand and spoke with some Zuda hopefuls.
On November 5, after three years of criminal charges, legal proceedings, and seemingly countless delays, Comic Book Legal Defense Fund defendant Gordon Lee will finally have his day in court.
Courtesy of Dark Horse, CBR brings you a special 12-page preview of "Gear School," a lavishly illustrated, teenage sci-fi adventure on sale this week in full-color trade paperback. Updated with additional pages.
Somebody new is putting words in Peter Parker's mouth, a new actor tells Clooney to eat it, the Joker's got instructions for you and so much more.
John Mayo follows up on yesterday's sales estimates with an analysis of those numbers, looking at who the big movers and shakers were in comic shops in September.
CBR News has been tracking the trends and "friends" of comics publishers, creators and other profiles on MySpace.com, and in this first installment of a new regular feature, Dark Horse and Tara McPherson proved very popular.
In this week's X-POSITION, X-Editors Axel Alonso and Nick Lowe give CBR News a behind-the-scenes look at "Messiah CompleX," part 1 of which ships this week to comics stores everywhere.
When Alex Sheikman comes to town, cowboys, samurai, robots, tumbleweeds and A.I. are all part of the Wasabi Steampunk Western game. CBR spoke with the "Robotika" creator about volume 2 of the series, "For A Few Rubles More."
The Flash guest-stars in "A Mirror Darkly," the new episode of "The Batman" airing this weekend as part of the Kids' WB! lineup on The CW network, and we've got an advance look.
Could the contractor from "Facts of Life" be the new Duke? We wonder while looking behind the eclipse, stalking serial killers, and much more.
In Sunday's episode of Showtime's "Dexter," one comic creator is killed, while another plays the murderer. We spoke with producer Daniel Cerone and writer Tim Schlattman to learn what "Dexter" shares and would like to share with comics.