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Comics2Film founder Rob Worley returns to the stands as the writer of a pulp-inspired tale of justice and vengeance featuring a character created by Keith Giffen and Shannon Denton. Worley talks to CBR about "The Revenant."
In the second Marvel Adventures Animated AdverVideo, Iron Man arrives on the scene to take on a seemingly unstoppable foe. The new online video debuts this Thursday, January 10. We've got a first look at it.
Our clever friends at Comics Should Be Good have compiled their picks for the Best of 2007, in categories such as Best Subplot, Best Splash Page, Best Non-Zombie Homage Cover and more.
Logan's headed deep into the outback, breaking down the elite counter-terrorist unit and discussing how Brian Michael Bendis will get that check, plus much more.
Will Eisner and S.M Iger's "Sheena Queen of the Jungle" is back prowling both the real and concrete jungles of South America. We spoke with Stephen de Souza ("Die Hard," "48 Hours") about the series.
CBR's Emmett Furey brings you the latest developments in the WGA strike, plus part 1 of our interview with WGA board member Aaron Mendelsohn about recent developments. Updated 5:25 PM with word on the cancellation of the Golden Globes telecast.
Marvel released an image today detailing Spider-Man/Peter Parker's new world in anticipation of "Brand New Day," which answers a handful of questions fans have about the future. We have a high-res look.
CBR News sat down with Filip Sablik, Top Cow's new Publisher, to get the details on the upcoming "Witchblade" re-branding, including a $4.99 trade collecting Ron Marz's first six issues. - Updated
This issue it's the tale of two Jean Loring's and the end of a Utopia and Justin and Brian stop by with the latest from DC's weekly "Countdown to Final Crisis."
Dynamite has provided CBR News with a look at their titles on sale this Wednesday, including "The Boys" #14, "Army of Darkness: The Long Road Home" #5 and more.
War Machine speaks as does Rachel Dawes, a Wayans brother signs up for a military stint, plus "Justice League," "Speed Racer" and much more.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you previews of new comics on sale next week including "Ghost Rider" #19, "Wolverine" #61, "The Twelve" #1, "Mighty Avengers" #7 and more.
Augie sits down with CBR Best-of-the-Year winner Jonathan Hickman ("The Nightly News") for an in-depth commentary on his latest project, "Pax Romana" #1, a time-traveling story of religion, science and adventure.
In our final chat with Quesada, we switch gears and talk about items taking place outside of Quesada's life as EiC and discover he may be one of the reasons the NES took off! Plus, learn how you can ask him questions about OMD!
Top Cow has moved VP of Marketing Filip Sablik into the Publisher position, while President Matt Hawkins focuses on new business and media development. We spoke with both men about the changes at the company.
Geo-Force is out. Firestorm is in. And The Flash, well, it all depends on how persuasive Wonder Woman is, says animation veteran and "Justice League of America" writer Dwayne McDuffie.
CBR News unveils the first cards in the Skrulls' EARTH'S MOST WANTED deck and chats with "Secret Invasion" editor Tom Brevoort about the Aces, heroes the alien invaders see as the biggest threats.
Was Superboy modeled after Rob Liefeld? Did Rob Liefeld get credit for an "X-Force" issue he didn't even draw? Did Rob Liefeld one day decide to stop drawing hands and feet? The answers won't surprise you!
Chloe's got something to say, Brandon Routh could be hanging up the cape and Jon Favreau talks effects and Avengers, plus strike coverage finishing up the week.
We continue our exclusive interview with Joe Quesada about "One More Day," today focusing on specific story points and why certain decisions were made, his thoughts on the online reaction to OMD and much more.
Marvel Comics has provided CBR News with an exclusive preview of the debut of the new "Hulk" title by Jeph Loeb and Ed McGuinness, on sale next Wednesday. Updated
PRESS RELEASE: Final Three Chapters of the "Resurrection of Ra's Al Ghul" Sell Out, Get New Printings @ DC
The CBR staff anticipates developments in digital comics, with looks at moves by Dark Horse, MySpace, DC and Marvel, and delves into some titles and projects they're looking forward to reading in 2008.
Film director Ryan Schifrin, along with Larry Hama and R.A. Salvatore, assemble a team of special operatives called "Spooks" to fight the things that go bump in the night. We speak with all three.
Avatar Press has provided CBR News with a lettered preview of "Gravel" #0, by Warren Ellis and Mike Wolfer, on sale this Friday.
Trouble for the Man of Tomorrow, direction for Ralph Hinkley, clips from Peter Parker's new animated adventures plus "Watchmen," strike coverage and more.
CBR's exclusive interview with Joe Quesada continues as he reveals what was changed from the original script for "One More Day," clarifies what is in continuity and discusses the motivations behind the story.
Mike Carey talks about "Messiah CompleX" and the traitor in X-Men's midst. Plus, an exclusive peview of "Uncanny X-Men" #494, on sale this Friday. All in the latest X-POSITION.
What writers, artists, and titles did CBR's reporters feel were the cream of the crop in 2007? Was any one writer, artist or book consistently praised? Yup. Come in and find out who our favorites were.
IDW has released their plans for the Star Trek license in 2008, which includes the return of legendary Trek writer D.C. Fontana, making her comics debut, plus Peter David gets into the mix.
CBR's John Mayo has the estimated sales figures for the Top 300 Comics and Top 100 Trades with Market Share in November, 2007. Marvel Comics led all in comics with "World War Hulk" #5 taking the top position, while DC led in trades.
Justin and Brain recount the new world Ray Palmer finds himself in and they like what they see as the countdown continues in "Countdown to Final Crisis" #18.
The year starts off with news from Kansas' strangest town, an indie comics rumor, possible direction for everybody's favorite Cimmerian and much more.
Those guys at the Around Comics podcast share with CBR a very special New Year show featuring an interview with Alex Ross.
CBR continues our exclusive discussion with Marvel EiC Joe Quesada about "One More Day." In part 2, Quesada goes into detail about the book's delays and discusses his reaction to Straczynski's infamous Usenet post.
The CBR staff conclude its analysis of the trends of '07 with a look at the influx of film & tv writers and popular musicians into mainstream comics, as well as zombies, late books, anthologies and omnibuses.
Virgin's MySpace profile grew the most in December, likely due to their Coalition Comix project with Mike Carey, while Image saw a surge of new friends and is poised to break into the Top 10 Publishers list in '08.
Robert returns to ask your favorite creators --from Kurt Busiek to Jeph Loeb and so many more-- to chime in on their favorite comic books from 2007. Some of the answers will surprise you!
The kids from Cybertron may have to wait a little longer, Lexi Alexander calls it a wrap and Will Smith wears a hat, plus strike coverage and more.
In this first of a two-part look at the trends of 2007, the CBR News staff discusses at length the most visible and controversial mainstream comics phenomenon: the Superhero Crossover Event.