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Is he is or is he ain't gonna do a sequel? Keanu is of two minds on the topic, plus learning about how mutants talk, Al Gough chats it up again, Viggo gets clipped, we take a look at Robotman and more in today's news summary.
With the second issues of Speakeasy's "Of Bitter Souls" #2 hitting stands tomorrow, CBR News brings you the entire first issue of the series-- by Chuck Satterlee & Norm Breyfogle-- for your reading pleasure.
The sell-outs keep coming for DC, as "Supergirl" #1 is headed back to press for a third printing with a new cover by Ian Churchill inspired by the classic cover of "Action Comics" #242. Updated
This December, Douglas Rushkoff and Liam Sharpe take a closer look at the power of stories in their new ongoing series "Testament" from Vertigo. CBR News spoke to Rushkoff about the series, which examines the struggles of a resistance cell in a dark dystopian world and looks at how these battles are similar to the trials and tribulations of many Old Testament biblical characters.
We've got exclusive news on a possible character cameo out in Westchester, looks at Wolvie, that "Even Stevens" kid hanging out with Neil Gaiman, Dr. Doom in a super villain team up, Danny Elfman dissing Sam Raimi and more in today's look at links, legends and lies.
PRESS RELEASE: Narwain Publishing Announces "New Orleans and Jazz" Benefit Book to Aid Hurricane Katrina Relief Efforts
PRESS RELEASE: Sean Chen, Tommy Lee Edwards & Others Team Up For New Jam Sketchbook called "The BLVD"
PRESS RELEASE: Win Lunch With Michael Avon Oeming & Walt Simonson At Baltimore Con, Proceeds Go To ACTOR
Critically acclaimed creator Andi Watson's ("Breakfast After Noon," "Little Star," "Dumped") latest series from Slave Labor, "Paris," explores the relationship between two new-bohemians, Juliet & Deborah, set in Paris, France in the mid-Twentieth Century.
Two follow-up issues to the "Sacrifice" storyline at DC Comics have sold out. The company announced today that "Wonder Woman" #220 & "Adventures of Superman" #643 will be sent back to press for a second printing with recolered covers.
After an unexpected three-day weekend, the Comic Reel is back with words from Whedon, a new date for Riley and Huey to invade your neighborhood, more mutant kids in Westchester, new looks inside Neil Gaiman's mind, new and old words on Frank Miller's noir masterpiece and more.
Last Thursday saw Marvel Tom Brevoort take the guest chair in the CBR Chat room and answered questions from fans, announced a new "Earth's Mightiest Heroes" series to come next year and much more. Plus, writer Joe Casey stopped by to hang out with fans. We've got the lengthy transcript for you to enjoy.
The comic industry has rallied together to form a special benefit auction that begins Monday under the name Inkwell Relief. One of the highlights is the original art for the cover to "Powers" #1 by Michael Avon Oeming.
This October, John Layman exploress the father & son dynamic in "Armageddon & Son," where the father (the evil spy) calls upon his long-lost slacker son to help save him from the henchmen he once employed, who are now out to kill him. Includes the first 24 pages from the graphic novel.
Tom Beland has provided CBR News with six pages from this month's "True Story Swear To God" #15, which details Tom's first steps into self-publishing comics.
Tuesday night here at CBR we held one of our regular creator chats. This time around Oni Press Editor-in-Chief James Lucas Jones braved the CBR Chat Room and answered any and all questions posed by those in attendance. The chat included a number of surprise creator appearances.
Next month sees the second issue of Top Cow's "The Covenant" hit stands. We've got a 22 page preview of that issue, plus we chatted with screenwriter J.S. Cardone who spoke about the upcoming film and shared his thoughts on the comic making process.
Can Peter Parker hold his own against three belligerent bad guys? We find out while checking in on Kansas' strangest town, laughing at Scott Lang, swinging through Gotham, leaving a fan fave out of "X-Men 3," grooving with Viggo and much more in the week's penultimate news summary.
Captain Universe is making a grand return to the Marvel Universe in "Amazing Fantasy," followed by a series of one-shots which leads into a new mini-series this Winter. Jay Faerber is engeineering his return and CBR News sat down with the writer for the skinny on these books.
Marvel Comics has release six page previews of "Black Widow: The Things They Say About Her" #1, "Wolverine" #33," "Ultimate Secret" #3 and "Drax The Destroyer" #1.
An explanation for not remembering the fifth of November, while Mike S. Miller gets a check, we gets two different perspectives on the Man of Tomorrow, Steve Niles nabs a director and "The Amazing Screw-On Head" shows an affinity for seafood.
Cartoon Network's "Justice League Unlimited" has built a loyal and dedicated fan base. With the new season set to premier later this month, CBR News caught up with series Producer & Story Editor Dwayne McDuffie to learn more about the show and their plans for this new season.
DC Comics has announced an additional cover for "All Star Batman & Robin, The Boy Wonder" #2 will be provided by none other than Frank Miller.
Marvel Comics has provided CBR News with a quick peak at the lead story in this month's "Giant-Size X-Men" #4.
Following the completion of a $525 million movie financing deal, Marvel has announced they've been renamed Marvel Entertainment and provide a few more details on their upcoming movie slate.
Freshly rested from the long weekend, we look at big-name coverage for the Last Son of Krypton, speed up our chance to see Johnny Blaze, talk about more DCU crossovers in Kansas' weirdest town, pump iron with Eric Forman, peek in on "Spawn," "Teen Titans," "The Batman" and more.