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The hotly anticipated "Lone Ranger" series is set to hit stores later this year, but Dynamite has remained mum when it comes to the interiors. Who is saddling up to join the adventure? Come in and find out.
UPDATED While "Superman Returns" may have been getting all the love in the last year, from now through May of 2007 it's going to be all Spider-Man all the time! The trailer for "Spider-Man 3" has finally hit the Web! We've got the details and loads of screen grabs featuring a Spidey sporting some new duds!
Sneak a peek at one of the villains Spidey will tussle with as well as a Robot not-so-in-Disguise. We've also got a DCU guest star in Kansas' weirdest town, a stunt-crazy Daywaker and more.
CBR News has been provided a preview of the Image Comics graphic novel "Bedlam" by writers Keith Giffen & Shannon Denton and artist Matt Jacobs, which is schedule to hit stores this July.
Super powers sound fun till your parents' interdimensional marriage goes haywire and those powers don't seem so super anymore. That's just what happens in Viper Comics' "Emily Edison" and CBR News spoke to artist Brock Rizy to learn more about this original graphic novel.
"Superman Returns" finally hits the big screen this week, with the big screen adventures hitting comic shop shelves next week when the movie adaptation hits stands. CBR News spoke with artist Matt Haley about the adaptation and the "Superman Returns" movie poster which appeared in a recent issue of "USA Weekend."
You've been waiting a long time for Superman to return and that day has finally come! Explore CBR's news index for complete coverage of the film.
Magnum and MacGuyver have nothing on Sam & Max, the furry private investigators from "Sam & Max." The classic comic is coming back in a new video game and creator Steve Purcell told CBR News all about it.
So you're an Otaku lost in Japan: nightmare or dream come true? In Fred Gallagher's "Megatokyo," now published by DC/CMX, the question is answered for two devoted fans of all things Japan. CBR News spoke to the creator, who revealed the origins of the series and hinted at plans for the future.
It's a new week, with new Marvel previews, as we take a look at the July shipping "Jack Kirby's Galactic Bounty Hunters" #1 and "X-Men: Civil War" #1.
The Man of Steel proves that he's worth the name, while a man of the cloth chases the children of the night, Topher Grace chooses headwear, the BPRD gets animated, plus news on the "Blade" series and "Transformers."
It's week seven for DC Comics' "52" series and this week the Booster storyline really gets going while Montoya finds a connection. And as always, Justin's here to share his thoughts, concerns and predictions with a new addition to this 52 week feature.
This summer, Rich Koslowski ("The King," "Three Fingers") returns to the characters he created nine years ago with "Jim's Jerky," a new one-shot featuring the 3 Geeks with a very unusual insert - a piece of beef jerky! Yup, you read that right.
Did the creator of "Crime Does Not Pay" go to jail for murder? Did Jim Shooter and Dave Cockrum once share an apartment? Did Jack Kirby write comics under a pseudonym? Those questions are answered this week in Comic Book Urban Legends Revealed on Comics Should Be Good @ CBR!
The "Year Of Carey" continues as acclaimed scribe Mike Carey's much anticipated "Wetworks" from DC/Wildstorm will be hitting shelves this September. CBR spoke to the writer about his plans for the series, his tenure on the book, and his plans for the future. Did you really think he was done with Vertigo?
DC's Martian Manhunter is more than just a green Superman, and AJ Lieberman plans on making this fact clear to readers in a brand new miniseries.
What screenwriter has the steel nerves to try and take on adapting Alan Moore's superhero masterpiece? We tell you, plus find out when Ol' Shellhead gets his close up, what's up with animating Darwyn Cooke and more web-swinging wonder in the week's last news summary.
Earlier this month, CBR News brought you one of the first mini-reviews published of "Superman Returns." Less than a week from opening day, we now take a detailed, analytical look at the film and examine its place in Superman's mythology, history, and relationship with our world in the CBR review of "Superman Returns."
Marvel Comics has released previews of "Squadron Supreme" #5 and "X-Factor" #9, both shipping in July, as well as a preview of Ed Brubaker's upcoming "Criminal" series.
Last Week, Spider-Man stunned the Marvel Universe by revealing his secret identity to the world. The Webslinger's unmasking will have repercussions for both friends and foes. CBR News spoke with writer Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa about the impact Spidey's choice will have on "Sensational Spider-Man."
The anticipation builds as even super villains get the urge to go do something inappropriate. Plus Thor speaks and Manute is itching for another shot at the silver screen, all in the week's penultimate look at links, legends and lies.
Two of Shadowline's sexiest characters mix it up in sin city in the August debuting one-shot "Bomb Queen vs. Blacklight." Creators Scott Wherle and Jimmie Robinson stopped by to dish the dirt.