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At last month’s CCI, CBR News spoke with director Frank Miller, producer Deborah Del Prete and star Samuel L. Jackson about “The Spirit,” the upcoming film based on the comics by Will Eisner.
Veteran video game and comics writer Brian Reed gets tangled up with the darkest Spidey game ever, "Web of Shadows," and talks to CBR News about how bad things get for the virtual wall-crawler.
Neil Gaiman's favorite webcomic series comes to a bookstore near you courtesy of Archaia Studios Press. CBR speaks with creator Tom Siddell about "Gunnerkrigg Court."
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR brings you a first look preview of the second issue of Warren Ellis and Simone Bianchi's run on "Astonishing X-Men," issue #26, in comic shops next Wednesday, August 13th.
With the release of the third issue of “Final Crisis” by Grant Morrison and J.G. Jones, the CBR Reviews team takes not one, but two looks at the book. Find out what Timothy Callahan and Benjamin Birdie thought of the issue.
Marvel banks on more, Dollar Bill speaks his mind, the minds behind the barbarian babe chat it up plus "Green Hornet," "Hulk Versus" and a little film about Bruce Wayne rakes in the dough.
The latest video to come from the CBR yacht features Grant Morrison, who stopped by to talk on a myriad of subjects including Superman, “Final Crisis” and music’s growing influence and participation in the world of comics.
On sale this week is issue #1 of "NYX: No Way Home," the return of Marvel's east coast runaways. CBR News spoke with writer Marjorie Liu about her plans for the series’ cast of homeless mutant teenagers.
CBR's John Mayo crunches the numbers for the Top 300 Comics & Top 100 Trades for June, 2008. "Secret Invasion" #3 took the top spot, selling an estimated 175k units, with "Final Crisis" #2 coming in third with 126k.
While Dark Horse was celebrating an Eisner win in San Diego for Joss Whedon's "Sugarshock!", MySpace Comic Books, the site’s official comic book portal, eclipsed the 250,000 friend mark.
It's our biggest Photo Parade yet! Over 100 photos of convention goers, cosplayers, comics creators, celebrities and more including the "Heroes" panel, the "Lost" panel, the cast of "The Sarah Connor Chronicles," the Masquerade and more!
With issue #6 on sale now, CBR talks with "Cable" writer Duane Swierczynski about how Cable's quest to protect the possible mutant messiah will affect both the present and future of the Marvel Universe.
Screenwriter David N. White and director Douglas Aarniokoski talk to CBR News about the upcoming Red Sonja feature film produced by Robert Rodriguez and starring Rose McGowan.
In December, Marvel Illustrated will release an eight-issue adaptation of "The Wonderful World of Oz" with art by Skottie Young and a script by Oz expert Eric Shanower, who spoke with CBR about the project.
Heating up the bullpen in Metropolis, getting athletic with Seth Rogen and seeing that Steve Rogers knows how to mix it up, plus "Justice League," "The Brave and The Bold" and more.
Dan Jurgens returns to “Booster Gold” as artist and writer beginning with issue #15, and is ready to pick up where Geoff Johns & Jeff Katz left off. Jurgens spoke to CBR about the character he created back in 1986.
It's a good to be a Wee Ninja, with the Devil's Due comic in stores this week and a Nintendo DS game coming in October. We spoke with creator Shawn Smith and game maker Brandon Curiel about all things "Ninjatown."
Blake Bell brought Steve Ditko (figuratively, anyway) to Comic-Con in a discussion spotlighting his new book, "Strange and Stranger: The World of Steve Ditko," with guest panelists Jim Starlin, Gary Groth and more.
Kurt Busiek finishes up his “trinity” of interviews with REFLECTIONS by talking about the master plan of “Trinity,” continuity glitches concerning Chris Kent in “Superman” and teases when we may next see Khyber.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you an exclusive first look at Kaare Andrews' monkey-themed variant cover of "Invincible Iron Man" #5, written by Matt Fraction with art by Salvador Larroca and on sale in September.
Who is the Swashbuckler? And what do his thefts mean for the Trinity? As our heroes look for answers, members of the Bat-Family have their own run in with the new villain. Justin and Brian break it down.
"The Dark Knight" deflected competition from the crusty "The Mummy" franchise and has now passed the $400 million mark in the US in just 18 days, breaking another record and putting it that much closer to sinking "Titanic."