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Groo the Wanderer is 25 years older, but not a day wiser. Check out the must-see photos by Sergio AragonÚs of a one-of-a-kind stunt at Friday's Groo panel!
The creative forces behind all of Marvel's upcoming video games join forces for a panel detailing what's to come from Spider-Man, Iron Man, and the entire Marvel Universe as a whole.
Grant Morrison and J.G. Jones on "Final Crisis," the return of the Tangent Universe, a planet of supervillains and more were revealed at Friday night's DC Nation panel.
Writer Jamie Delano gives CBR News some early details about his return to John Constantine in the newly announced upcoming graphic novel "Hellblazer: Pandemonium."
Announced today at Comic-Con International in San Diego, Mark Waid will sit in the Editor-In-Chief chair at Boom! Studios. In an exclusive interview, Waid tells us what's behind the decision and what his plans are.
In 2008, writer Warren Ellis and artist Simone Bianchi will take over "Astonishing X-Men," CBR News spoke with X-Men Group Editor Axel Alonso about the new team.
The CBR Boat Show is in full effect down at Comic-Con International in San Diego. In our first installment, Jonah Weiland gives you a tour of the CBR Yacht, moored directly behind the convention center.
Friday at CCI, Dark Horse Comics revealed all, including news and announcements about the return of seminal anthology, "Dark Horse Presents" on MySpace.
After shepherding "Death Dealer," Jay Fotos announces many more Frazetta-based comics are on the way in 2008, including a new mini-series based on Frazetta's 'Silver Warrior.'
Acclaimed horror book writer Steve Niles has teamed up with legendary artist Bill Sienkiewicz to bring the antihero "The Sinner" to life for Image Comics.
UPDATED: An image of Heath Ledger as the Joker has been discovered on the cryptic Joker-recruitment drive website discovered earlier today, as was the first trailer for next year's "The Dark Knight.
DC Comics hosted a panel focusing on team books, featuring creators Geoff Johns, Dwayne McDuffie, Gail Simone, Tony Bedard, Sean McKeever and more. CBR News was there to get a full report.
What will Marvel's mercurial "Eek" have to say this time? "Eternal" hopes? A "Runaway" Stranger in Paradise? Continuity gaffes? Exclusive contracts? Find out here.
The cast of "Runaways" has been through the wringer lately and they'll face a host of new challenges in 2008 when new writer Terry Moore takes over the book. We spoke with him about his plans for the series.
CBR checks in with the latest announcement from Marvel's Cup O' Joe panel and talks Eternals with Charles and Daniel Knauf.
Watch Marc Guggenheim juggle TV and comic scripts as he moves into the House of Ideas.
BBC series script editor Gary Russell and "Transformers" artist Nick Roche board the Tardis as companions for IDW's forthcoming "Doctor Who."
Announced today at Comic-Con International in San Diego, IDW has acquired the license to publish comics based on "Speed Racer." EiC Chris Ryall shares the early details.
After much anticipation, DC Comics delivered shocks and surprises to thousands who gathered to watch the world premiere of "Superman: Doomsday."
Ben Abernathy sat down with Christos Gage for a laid back chat covering his work for Marvel, DC, and Wildstorm.
Iron Man, Stardust, Beowulf, Star Trek, Indiana Jones, and all kinds of movie news to make your head spin.
A dash of comedy, some western flavor, and plenty of horror seem to be on Lion Gate's menu.
The Image Comics founders reunited for the first time in many years at Comic-Con International in San Diego Friday morning, and CBR News was there.
DEVELOPING- A mysterious, apparently "Dark Knight"-related website was discovered today, directing visitors to go to certain coordinates in San Diego to tryout for what appears to be the Joker's gang.
Treksperts revisit the history of the Trek universe, talk about the new JJ Abrams movie, HDDVD remastered project, and an upcoming fan-created episode featuring George Takei.
The Joker's back, Marvel gets a package, the BPRD reorganizes as well as "Ark" and "Teen Titans" news in the week's last look at links, legends and lies.
Seminal indie comics anthology series "DHP" launched countless comics careers and returns in the form of a free online series on MySpace, featuring original work by Joss Whedon and other established pro's as well as by new talents discovered on MySpace itself.
From "Superman/Doomsday" to "JLA: New Frontier," animation icon Bruce Timm has left his stamp on the mindstates of comics fans everywhere, and now he's talking about the process and making things work.
Thursday evening at Comic-Con International, Grendel creator Matt Wagner and Dark Horse editor Diana Schultz celebrated Grendel's 25th anniversary in a lengthy discussion with fans, and CBR was there.
Curious to know what the covers to "Astonishing X-Men" #22 look like? So were we! We've got an exclusive first look at John Cassaday's covers.
Brian Wood gives a glimpse at turn-of-the-millennium anxiety, more than a thousand years ago, in "Northlanders," his new Vertigo Viking monthly.
No, it's not a basketball metaphor -- a host of creative minds came to discuss what it means for the comics industry to have participants from as well as in other aspects of the entertainment world.
Marvel Comics kicked off their Comic-Con weekend with the San Diego edition of their popular Marvel Mondo panel series. Check back with CBR every few minutes for updates live from the panel.
Tony Stark is going to be battling more than one-armed bandits in the upcoming mini-series "Iron Man: Viva Las Vegas" from the creative team of writer Jon Favreau and artist Adi Granov.
In January 2008, readers will get to know some of the forgotten heroes of Marvel Comics' Golden Age when "The Twelve," a twelve-issue mini-series begins. CBR News spoke with Editor Tom Brevoort about the series.
In January of 2008, the Golden Age of the Marvel Universe will slam up against the Modern Age with explosive results in the pages of "The Twelve." CBR News spoke with artist Chris Weston about the series.
There are plenty of mysteries surrounding the return of the former Kree soldier known as Mar-Vell and starting this November, they'll be explored in the five issue "Captain Marvel" mini-series. We spoke with writer Brian Reed about the series.