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The countdown rages on and Justin and Brian are here to give you all the details. What's happening with Mary Batson and the Amazons? How about that gun toting Batman on Earth 51? They've got it covered.
Thunderbolt Ross spills the beans, fishnets become stylish for Kansas and Michael Bay's a scab, plus "Watchmen," big strike news and more.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you more previews of new comics shipping next week including "She-Hulk" #25, "The Order" #7, "WWH Aftersmash: Damage Control" #1, "Young Avengers Presents" #1 and more.
Courtesy of Image, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics shipping next week including "New World Order" #1, "Madman" vol. 3 and "Bomb Queen III: Bombshell" and an exclusive look at "The Mice Templar" #3.
Writer Dan Wickline and artist David Hartman join CBR News for a new edition of THE COMMENTARY TRACK focusing on "Steve Niles' Strange Cases" #3, on sale now.
In the latest edition of EARTH'S MOST WANTED, CBR News speaks with Marvel editor Tom Brevoort about the four women most dangerous to the Skrulls' "Secret Invasion" plans, The Queens.
Noted comics writer and historian John Jackson Miller talks to CBR News about Dark Horse's year-long, line-wide Star Wars epic, "Vector," which begins in his own ongoing series, "Knights of the Old Republic."
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you previews of new comics on sale next week including "Marvel Zombies 2" #4, "Iron Man" #25, "Ultimate Fantastic Four" #50, "Punisher" #54 and more.
Did Grant Morrison turn Emma Frost into a diamond because he couldn't use Colossus? To get paid for Superman, did Jerry Siegel threaten suicide -- or a curse? Plus, read Dwayne McDuffie's pitch for Marvel's "Teenage Negro Ninja Thrashers!"
A familiar face returns to Kansas' weirdest town, Abe Sapien speaks and Imperium Comics has all the buzz, plus huge strike news and more to end your week.
"Ultimates" #3.2 blasts into stores next week, and CBR News has a new interview with writer Jeph Loeb plus exclusive preview pages from the new issue.
In this candid interview, IDW publisher and Editor-in-Chief Chris Ryall talks to CBR News about new projects and the company's biggest year yet, and how they're planning to top that in 2008.
Courtesy of Dark Horse, CBR brings you an exclusive first look at "Conan" #48 by Timothy Truman and Tomas Giorello, on sale next week in finer comics stores everywhere.
Emerald City ComiCon organizer Jim Demonakos talks to CBR News about the plans for Seattle's bigger, better convention, and premieres exclusive con artwork by Tim Sale, Alex Ross and Ryan Ottley.
SEGA has released all-new screenshots from "Iron Man," the highly anticipated video game based on the Marvel superhero and Robert Downey, Jr.-starring feature film.
CBR News talks with CBLDF Executive Director Charles Brownstein about Y: The Last Party, a CBLDF fundraiser celebrating the culmination of Vertigo's "Y: The Last Man," with Brian K. Vaughan, Pia Guerra and guest speaker Joss Whedon.
Spike, Braniac and now a manga legend -- James Marsters speaks, plus toppling the Hall of Justice, the Son of Stone makes a return, strike news and more.
Fan-favorite "Witchblade" and new "Legion of Super-Heroes" artist Francis Manapul invites CBR readers into his home studio in Toronto to see his gear, comics and pets.
Amid financial, script and strike-related concerns, the George Miller-directed "Justice League" film has been put on indefinite hold by Warner Bros., with the cast's options allowed to lapse.
Image Comics has released images and solicitation information for new comics and products shipping in April, 2008.
Marvel recorded its latest podcast Wednesday afternoon, with writer Jeph Loeb discussing the new, red "Hulk." Find out what this Hulk's smashing now. SPOILER WARNING!
Veteran film editor Jon Poll discusses with CBR his directorial debut, the Robert Downey, Jr. starring "Charlie Bartlett," working with the future Iron Man, and editing the original "Captain America" movie.
In this in-depth interview, writer Rick Remender spills the beans on sleeper hit "The End League" becoming a monthly title for Dark Horse, plus news on "Fear Agent," "The All-New Atom" and "Gigantic."
"The Deep End" begins in this week's "Wolverine: Origins" #21, guest-starring the inimitable Deadpool, who's got Logan in his distorted sights. CBR spoke with writer Daniel Way about the arc and his future on the series.
New glances at Dr. Banner, an indie company cashes the check and there's manga from Mexico, plus debunking Destro, strike news and more.
Courtesy of Oni Press, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "Resurrection" #2, the latest issue of the new post-apocalyptic epic written by Marc Guggenheim, on sale today.
CBR News discovered Tuesday evening an official online manga depicting the story of a child implicitly connected with the mysterious beast of "Cloverfield," and we've got preview pages and a translation for you.
After a long delay, Paul Grist returns with his indie comics hero Jack Staff in Image's "Jack Staff Special," a new one-shot released this month. CBR News spoke with Grist about the special issue.
This week, Peter David does his impression of a Magic 8-Ball and answers your "Messiah CompleX" questions, plus an exclusive preview of "New X-Men" #46.
"Ninja Boy" co-creator Allen Warner is set to bring some classic Wildstorm characters back to the future in the upcoming five-issue miniseries, "The New Dynamix," and he spoke with CBR News about the project.
Will angry Spider-fans give Peter Parker "One More Day?" Or will the "Brand New Day" belong to his daughter, May Day? CBR chats with "Amazing Spider-Girl" writer Tom DeFalco about the series and passionate fans.
In anticipation of tomorrow's release of "Resurrection" #2, Oni Press has provided CBR readers with the entire first issue of the new post-apocalyptic epic written by "Wolverine's" Marc Guggenheim.
Could this be the face behind the beryllium steel mask? We wonder while getting animated with Felicity, bringing back Peter Parker and much more.
A new incarnation of Marvel's Defenders team debuts in "The Last Defenders," a six-issue miniseries beginning in March. CBR News spoke with writer Joe Casey about the book.
CBR News was on hand last Tuesday night at the opening reception for the Stan Lee tribute art show, Under the Influence, organized by Los Angeles' Gallery 1988 and Golden Apple Comics.
Co-director Kobun Shizuno talked "Evangelion 1.0: You (Are) Not Alone" at the first New York Anime Festival in December, and CBR News was there to catch his remarks and speak to Shizuno about his next project, "Cross Climb."
Longtime Red Sonja fan Ron Marz sets the She-Devil with a Sword on her way into Hades in issue #30, as part of Dynamite's big year-long event featuring the leading lady.
In the first of a two-part interview, "Pushing Daisies" showrunner Bryan Fuller talks about turning the quirky fantasy into reality, with insights into the casting and development. He also discusses a possible return to the "Dead Like Me" universe.