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Las Vegas is known for many things, much of which is considered tasteless, but imagine if someone built a Vatican City themed casino there? Throw in some criminal intrigue and you've got "Vatican City, Las Vegas," a new graphic novel by F. Rex and Terry Wolfinger.
Yeah, vampires might seem a bit overdone to you, but Gary Reed intends to pump some life back into them with "Renfield." The OGN ships in November, from Image & Desperado, and CBR News caught up with Reed to learn more.
This November, a new story begins for Moon Knight in the "Civil War" tie-in story "Midnight Sun," which finds Marc Spector encountering a number of Marvel heroes and a powerful and mysterious villain. CBR News spoke with writer Charlie Huston about the arc.
More Autobots are ready to roll out, Alfred heads back for Wayne Manor, Guillermo del Toro rephrases himself and there's fashion and budget talks in Kansas, plus "Legion" news and more.
The zombies in Robert Kirkman's "The Walking Dead" are like the Energizer Bunny - they just keep on going. Come on in to see how the humans are faring.
It's fashion week for Kansas' brightest stars, while a manga property gets animated, Michelle Dessler takes on monsters and there's a new barbarian, plus news on "Transformers," "The Batman" and more.
Big changes are in store for "Fear Agent" as the book moves from Image to Dark Horse Comics in 2007. CBR News spoke with series writer and co-creator Rick Remender to learn about the move and what changes are in store for the title.
Writer Dan Wickline checks in with a report from his visit to the Phoenix Cactus Comic-Con this past weekend in Arizona. Plus, we've got loads of photos of your favorite creators and some passionate guests.
When "Red Sonja: Monster Isle" hits stores this Wednesday, our titulr heroine finds herself in a lot of trouble. Don't take our word for it-- check out our exclusive preview of the Dynamite Entertainment one-shot.
This year's New York Comic-Con was a success, and with anticipation high for the 2007 event, CBR News has learned that some big names guests have been added to the already impressive list. Who, you ask? Come on in and find out.
His name is Jack Bauer and he's going to have a very bad day this November in "24: Nightfall." CBR News spoke with writers JC Vaughn and Mark Haynes and got a big-ol sneak preview from the first issue.
It may be the last day of the weekend, but don't say that CBR News never did anything for you! We've got a load of DC Comics previews, from "Connor Hawke: Dragon's Blood" to "Desolation Jones" and lots more!
If you've been following DC's "52" all this time, then you know THE 52 STEPS is the best way to keep up on everything. Justin has analysis of this issue and Brian looks at the Emerald Eye of Erkon.
This October, one of the deadliest men alive returns to the Wildstorm Universe in the pages of the new ongoing, "Deathblow" series. CBR News spoke with writer Brian Azzarello about the series.
While you may not know his name, you know his work. Henry Alonso Myers has been a writer on "CSI: Las Vegas" and "Charmed," but now he turns his attention to comics and Boom! Studios' "Ninja Tales."
The "Great White North" is about to get greater, as Marvel Comics introduces the Canadian superteam Omega Flight to fans in 2007. We spoke with 'Flight artist Scott Kolins to learn more and about why this is a great series for "Alpha Flight" fans.
Did Scott Lobdell want Storm to be a killer? Was "Daredevil Comics" a weekend project? Is there a Marvel/DC crossover you might have missed? All this and more in this week's edition.
Say "cheese!" It's a very photogenic day in Kansas, while roommates battle for world domination (and fridge space), Tim Kring speaks and mechanoids take over the Motor City, plus more in the week's last look at links, legends and lies.
Seven years ago, Bongo Comics' Bill Morrison began work on a Dark Horse Comics adaptation of the Beatles' "Yellow Submarine" movie, but comic fans have never seen it, and few have even heard of the project. Until now.
Marvel's cosmic characters won't disappear from comic stores after "Annihilation" concludes, as a number of these characters will appear in spin-off books that launch in the aftermath. CBR News spoke with Editor Andy Schmidt about these books.
Monday, September 25th, the new television show "Heroes" debuts on NBC. CBR News spoke with series creator Tim Kring in a 1-on-1 interview at length about the show, it's creations and their plans for the season.