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This December, two heroes at the center of Marvel's "Civil War" will try one last time to resolve their differences in the pages of "Iron Man/Captain America: Casualties of War." CBR News spoke with writer Christos Gage about the book.
Mark Steven Johnson is already battling critics, an indie gets a shot at the big times, the future looks bright and Megatron might sound familiar, plus news about "FF2," "Smallville," "300" and more.
Comics came up big at Spike TVs Scream Awards taped Saturday night in Hollywood. CBR News has the results, plus photos of winners and attendees Frank Miller, Robert Kirkman, Brandon Routh, Ozzy Osbourne and many more. Updated 9:50 AM
Did DC license it's characters for alcoholic drink mixes? Did Marvel intend to publish "The Last Galactus" story and did they publish a game tie-in years after the game company was defunct?
Image Comics has released preview images from Wednesday shipping titles "Emissary" #5, "The Pirates Of Coney Island" #1, "Sam Noir: Samurai Detective" #2 and "Umbra" #3.
Your weekly dose of DC's "52" is, as always, supplemented by commentary provided by Justin Eger, as week 22 comes and goes. Plus, Brian stops by to provide a profile on Super Chief. Is he making a return to the DCU? Brian has some context for you.
Lets Go Legionnaires! "Legion Of Super Heroes" animated series producer James Tucker spoke with CBR News about the hit series, the villains to come, continuity, and what to expect in the near future…of the future.
Issue #110 of "Thunderbolts" hits in January 2007 with some changes to the tile: new members and the new creative team of Warren Ellis and Mike Deodato. CBR News spoke with T-Bolts editor Tom Brevoort about the book and the coming changes.
It's the third anniversary of the Comic Reel, and we check in on the masterpiece of superhero fiction, look in on ancient Sparta, talk technical with Jon Favreau and more in the week's last look at links, legends and lies.
It'll be an exciting month of January at Dark Horse as they see the publication of "Usagi Yojimbo" #100, a return to print for Chaykin/Mignola's "Fafhrd and the Gray Mouser" and much more as we share the solicitations for January, 2007 from Dark Horse Comics.
Scott Lobdell, co-writer of IDW's "Mixtionary," says a few words about how the new book of neologisms (the creation of new words) came about.
If you're jonesing for the premier of "Battlestar Galactica" tomorrow night, let us help hold you ovetr with preview of issue #2 from Dynamite Entertainment coming next Wednesday.
Next week in "Ultimate X-Men" #75, a storyline begins that will see the return of the Big Gun '90s, but done Ultimate style, as Cable makes his Ultimate Universe debut. CBR News spoke with "Ultimate X-Men" writer Robert Kirkman about the "Cable" story arc.
For those of you who can't watch a noisy trailer at work, we've got you covered. Check out 50 screen grabs from the new trailer for the upcoming film "300" based on the Frank Miller graphic novel.
Everybody's all about the trailers, from ancient Greece to the bad back roads of the US, while Greg Grunberg gets a spouse, Clark could get more company than he expects, plus news on "AVP2."
See your favorite DC Comics heroes kick some butt in the new trailer for "Justice League Heroes," right here on CBR.
Marvel Comics has released preview images from October 25th shipping titles "X-Men" #192, "Sensational Spider-Man" #31, "Daredevil" #90 and "Black Panther" #21.
With the first issue of "Empty Chamber" out today from Silent Devil, CBR News caught up with writer A. David Lewis to learn more about this action-espionage thriller and have a look at the impressive looking trailer for the series.
With the first issue of Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips' "Criminal" in stores today, we conclude our spotlight on the series today by talking with artist Sean Phillips.
Image's "The Emissary" asks how would a post-9/11 world react to it's first encounter with a super-powered being? And what if he were a man of color? We caught up with Writer Christopher Longto get the latest on the series.
Bumblebee keeps moping around the set, while we keep getting tidbits from Kansas, check out the new NBC series and get a new look at the Baxter Building.
Readers looking to indulge their inner felon should hit their local comic stores this week when the first issue of Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips' new crime comic, "Criminal," hits stores. CBR News spoke with Brubaker about the series.
Activision has released two more character trailers for "Marvel: Ultimate Alliance," this time spotlighting Iron Man & Mr. Fantastic. Fixed
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