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PRESS RELEASE: Dark Horse sets print run for "Inara's Shuttle" - the latest limited edition collectible based on Joss Whedon's "Serenity"
CBR News's spotlight on the "Marvel Zombies" phenomenon continues today as we chat with Robert Kirkman about the hotly anticipated sequel, "Marvel Zombies 2," and preview new art by Sean Phillips!
Chuck Dixon, the writer who principally defined Tim Drake in the '90s, returns to "Robin" in 2008 and told CBR News he wouldn't mind matching his previous run on the book -- which lasted 100 issues.
Robert sits down with actor Chad Faust to talk about the fourth season of "The 4400," the fate of his character and working with Rosario Dawson in the controversial film "Descent."
We've got your Supergirl right here, while Logan gets some more help, Paul Dini cashes a check, plus tons of scoop on "Justice League," "Heroes" and more.
Courtesy of Marvel, we've got more previews including "Annihilation: Conquest - Star-Lord" #3, "Cable & Deadpool" #45, "Captain America: The Chosen" #2, "Franklin Richards: Monster Mash" #1, "Ultimate Fantastic Four" #46 and "Ultimate Spider-Man" #114.
"Countdown" sees a bachelorette party thrown for Black Canary, which means plenty of madness! As they do every weekend, Justin and Brian are here to catch you up on DC's Weekly series.
Image Comics has provided CBR News with advance looks at some of their new books shipping next week, September 26, 2007, including "Brit" #2, "The Astounding Wolf-Man" #3 and "Savage Dragon" #132.
Courtesy of Marvel, we've got previews of next week's books including "X-Men" #203, "Iron Man" #22, "The Order" #3, "Avengers: The Initiative" # 6, "Sub-Mariner" #4 and "X-Men: First Class" #4.
Courtesy of Dark Horse, CBR brings you an exclusive first look at the next issue of "The Umbrella Academy: Apocalypse Suite" by My Chemical Romance frontman Gerard Way & artist Gabriel Bá.
"Marvel Zombies" has become one of the most successful in a House of Ideas. In part 1 of our spotlight on the project, CBR spoke with editor John Barber about the origins of the zombieverse and its creators.
Brandon Jerwa joins us today for a special commentary on issues #0 and #1 of Dynamite Entertainment's popular "Battlestar Galactica: Season Zero," based on the hit television series.
Disney vs. Marvel! Disney vs. Carl Barks! Disney vs. Wally Wood! It's a litigious week over at Comics Should Be Good, but you can count on Howard the Duck to find the solution.
You'll remember the 21st day of September for gamma rays in New Jersey, official announcements from the DCU and Hiro meeting Terrell Owens, plus much more.
Jim Shooter boards "Supergirl and Legion of Superheroes" as the book's new writer just in time for the team to celebrate its 50th anniversary, more than 30 years after his last run on the title.
Warner Bros. has announced George Miller ("Babe," "Happy Feet," "Mad Max") as the director of the upcoming live-action "Justice League of America" film.
Daniel Way answers your questions about Wolverine's "Origins" and bar brawls with Steve Dillon. Plus, a sneak peak at Larry Stroman art from "What If? X-Men: The Rise & Fall of the Shi'ar Empire!"
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR News brings you a first look at images from "The Immortal Iron First" #9 and "The Immortal Iron Fist Annual" #1, both shipping to stores next week.
Comics Should Be Good asked readers to vote for their 100 favorite Marvel and DC characters. We're halfway through, and seeing some ranking characters you might not expect!
Warner Bros. has provided CBR News with more images from this weekend's season premieres of "The Batman" and "The Legion of Super-Heroes."
We might have a new (old) Nite Owl, Dr. Banner's heating up Toronto, more from the hit NBC series plus "Smallville," "New Frontier" and more.
Catch a sneak peak of The Sleepy Truth online now!
ACLU TAKES THE FIGHT FOR CIVIL LIBERTIES TO THE COMIC BOOK PAGES
The Force of Light Rises From First Born & Flies Into Pilot Season!
DC COMICS ANNOUNCES RELEASE DATE FOR GRAPHIC NOVEL BASED ON NBC'S EMMY AND GOLDEN GLOBEŽ NOMINATED HIT SERIES "HEROES"
NEW REGENCY TO PRODUCE "VIRULENTS" A THRILLER FEATURE FILM MINED FROM INDIAN MYTHOLOGY - NEW FILM BASED ON THE ACCLAIMED VIRGIN COMICS GRAPHIC NOVEL
Brian Reed has already made a splash in the comics industry on such titles as Ms. Marvel and New Avengers: Illuminati, but this November he and Ian Hosfeld launch their first creator-owned book, THE CIRCLE, a full color ongoing espionage series.
CONTENT UPDATE FOR SUPERMAN CONFIDENTIAL ISSUES - SUPERMAN CONFIDENTIAL HC TO BE RESOLICITED
DC Comics has added special variant covers editions to two key titles for October: ACTION COMICS #858 and BATMAN #670!
BATTLESTAR GALACTICA: ZAREK COLLECTION FEATURES FOREWORD BY BATTLESTAR LEGEND RICHARD HATCH
Two previously-published titles, PLASTIC FARM by Rafer Roberts and NANTUCKET BROWN ROASTERS by Jason Asala, will be debuting this October from Ambrosia Publishing.
New one-shot by Jason Henderson, Greg Scott, Joel Sequin, cover by Tony Harris
New comic miniseries explores the Star Trek universe from the aliens' perspective.
REPARE FOR A "SAVAGE" SEPTEMBER FROM DYNAMITE
Image Comics has released graphics and solicitation information for new comics and product shipping in December, 2007.
Ten years in and the Marvel Knights is still going strong. CBR spoke with Editor Axel Alonso about the MK and MAX lines, and his next big offering, 2008's "Logan" by Brian K. Vaughan & Eduardo Risso.
The critically acclaimed World War Hulk #4 (of 5) smashes into stores today, as the newly empowered Doctor Strange battles the enraged Hulk one last time!