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IDW's Transformers comics have put a new spin on an old favorite. We spoke with writer Simon Furman about why he loves those robots, the "end" of the Transformers, and if Hot Rod really is a whiny brat. Plus, loads of preview images.
Dynamite Entertainment has reduced the price of "Classic Battlestar Galactica" #1 and has issued a preview of the first issue.
Novelist Laurell K. Hamilton talks about the Dabel Brothers Productions' and Marvel adaptation of the first book of her long-running series chronicling the adventures of vampire hunter Anita Blake, now in stores.
Chloe speaks, Neal Adams animates, Spartans battle and a new actress will be feeling no pain, plus news on "The Dark Knight" in the week's penultimate look at links, legends and lies.
The countdown continues as we take a look at the #3 artist and writer on CBR's All Time Top 100 Writers and Artists list. Tomorrow, the #2 & #1 artist!
Writer Jason Aaron spills the beans on Vertigo's gritty new Native American crime series, "Scalped," coming January, 2007. - Updated
Writer Hugh Sterbakov talks about making the leap from screenplays to comics, and what's in store for the students of Freese College in the "Freshmen II," coming in November from Top Cow.
Andy Khouri conducts a unique interview with creators Chris Gumprich and Dennis Culver about their new boxing comic, "Undercard." Featuring exclusive art preview & pages from the forthcoming comic, available for preorders now.
The events of "Civil War" are having a huge impact on Captain America and his supporting cast as seen in the current "Drums of War" storyline and the upcoming "Winter Soldier: Winter Kills" one-shot. We caught up with Ed Brubaker to learn more.
DC Comics has announced that Andy Diggle will be the new regular writer on "Hellblazer" beginning with issue #230 shipping March, 2007.
Ollie Queen shows up big time, Tim Story gets his blog on, an EXCLUSIVE scooper sends in data on who's adapting killer pets and Jack Ryder, plus news on "Hellboy 2," "300" and more.
CBR's rumor robot Rich Johnston is putting his money where his avatar is with "Civil Wardrobe," a satirical take on the mainstream comics industry, shipping today from Brain Scan Comics. This preview features art from the controversial comic, including some by names that may surprise you.
CBR's All Time Top 100 Writers and Artists countdown continues as we present the #4 favorite writer and artists as voted on by members of the CBR Forums community. Who made the cut today? Come inside to find out.
Activision's released a whole slew of new videos from the upcoming "Marvel: Ultimate Alliance" video game, spotlighting Elektra, Ghost Rider, Luke Cage, Storm and Wolverine.
Cartoonist Andi Watson released today a 25-page preview of his contribution to the "Best New Manga" anthology, showcasing exciting new manga from a roster of international creators.
In Denise Mina's comic stories, strange and horrible things often happen in the city of Glasgow. CBR News spoke with the writer about her work on "Hellblazer" and the OGN "A Sickness In the Family," both set in the Scottish City.
Warren Ellis announced today that his series "Nextwave" will finish with issue #12, but the news isn't all bad -- "Nextwave" will continue as a series of mini-series.
Marvel Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping January, 2007. We've got the full list for ya.
Megatron's looks are still shrouded in mystery, while John Woo isn't too interested in Eternia, a comic gets optioned before ever being published and Alfred feels heroic, plus news on "Heroes."
Dynamite Entertainment has provided CBR News with a preview of "Red Sonja" #15, set to hit comic shop shelves this Wednesday.
We've been revealing CBR's Top 100 Artists and Writers over on the CBR Forums this month and now we're down to our Top 5 as voted on by you. All this week we'll reveal the top 5 vote getters and today we have the #5 writer and artist.
DC Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics shipping January, 2007 and we've got the full listing for ya.