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Kraven is back! Not from the dead (just yet), but writer Marc Guggenheim introduces the Hunter's heir apparent in a three-issue arc of "Amazing Spider-Man" this July in #565-567.
In September, “Magneto Testament” writer Greg Pak and artist Carmine Di Giandomenico chronicle the horrors Magneto faced growing up in Hitler’s Germany. CBR spoke with Pak about the Marvel Knights miniseries.
The X-Men acquire a new home and destiny as they abandon New York for San Francisco. Editors Axel Alonso and Nick Lowe spill the details in this chat about "Manifest Destiny," the new X-books banner and miniseries.
J.G. Jones, Jimmy Palmiotti and Shane Davis were in attendance as Ian Sattler treated the Philadelphia crowd to teasers about upcoming DCU projects before changing up the presentation to a fan-driven Q&A session.
"Final Crisis" artist J.G. Jones and Senior Story Editor Ian Sattler sat with fans and provided a running director's cut style commentary to an extensive slide show of images from the series' first issue.
Death can't stand in the way of true love in Archaia Studios Press new series, "The God Machine." Creator Chandra Free talks about her humorous dark fantasy book, its innovative artwork, and its philosophy about death.
Joe Quesada and Jimmy Palmiotti celebrated the 10th anniversary of Marvel Knights this Friday afternoon with a Wizard World Philly audience, reminiscing about the history of the imprint.
Courtesy of BOOM! Studios, CBR brings you previews of two new comics hitting the stands next week - the all new "Scream Queen" #1 and "Hero Squared: Another Fine Mess" collection.
CBR's live coverage Marvel's Spider-Man: Brand New Day panel has ended, but we've got all the news from the panel talking about the thrice-monthly title that will shortly introduce a new Kraven.
Jimmie Robinson's anarchic black comedy about a society of supervillains reaches its 20th issue with "Bomb Queen V," the latest six-issue miniseries from Shadowline/Image Comics. We spoke with Robinson about the cult series.
Did Johnny Carson apologize to Jack Kirby? Were DC's Blackhawks inspired by real flying aces? And who was the true identity of inker Crusty Bunkers? Or is that "identities?"
The coming months will see a number of big things happens in Daniel Way's “Wolverine Origins,” but the biggest has to be “Dark Deception,” a multi-part crossover with “X-Men: Legacy" co-written with Mike Carey.
We've wrapped up our live coverage of the Mondo Marvel panel at Wizard World Philadelphia which featured news on "Deadpool," "Wolverine: Origins," the latest X-News and much more. Updated
Mike Deodato, Jr. takes over as the new regular artist on “Wolverine: Origins” with September’s issue #28. CBR News spoke with him about the book as well as his previous gig, "Thunderbolts!"
When Deadpool’s new series launches in September, he finds himself smack in the middle of “Secret Invasion” with Paco Media handling the art. Writer Daniel Way tells us what makes Deadpool tick.
Tons of gamma-irradiated news, a very sexy co-star could stand alongside Brandon Routh, heavy metal rolls into Pennsylvania plus "Punisher: War Zone," "Watchmen," and more finishing the week out.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale next week including "Invincible Iron Man" #2, "Kick-Ass" #3, "Punisher War Journal" #20, "Ultimate Origins" #1 and many more.
In our second "Final Crisis" review of the day, CBR's Timothy Callahan takes a look at the Grant Morrison and JG Jones event book and comes back with his own unique take on the much anticipated story.
The final interview in our "Incredible Hulk" hat trick is with the Abomination himself, Tim Roth. Find out why he decided to "go green" as he sits down to talk with CBR News about the Marvel film.
CBR News recently spoke with Chinese cartoonist Coco Wang, who has been creating new strips about the tragedy of the Sichuan earthquake and its devastating effects on China.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR brings you a first look at "Avengers/Invaders" #2 by writers Jim Krueger & Alex Ross and artist Stephen Sadowski with a variant cover by Mike Perkins, on sale next week.
"Public Enemy" publisher American Mule tells CBR why they're consistently among the top 10 publishers on MySpace, while indie outfit Optimum Wound steals the top spot.
On sale now is "Marvel 1985" #1, a labor of love by Mark Millar and Tommy Lee Edwards, who speak with CBR News about the long awaited project, its personal meaning to them, and what clues as to its villain can be found throughout the Marvel Universe.
Long rumored, official word came today from Hasbro that IDW Publishing has landed the G.I. Joe license and will begin publishing a new monthly comic series in October, with reprints and much more to come.
Betty Ross speaks up, Will Smith has another trailer, the Bat and the Joker make their way to newsstands, plus news about "Transformers 2," "Spider-Man 4," "Mandrake" and more.
CBR speaks with UDON about "Street Fighter Tribute," a deluxe 320-page volume featuring more than 200 new illustrations commemorating 20 years of "Street Fighter," with work by Adam Hughes, Bryan Lee O'Malley, J. Scott Campbell and more.
CBR's Greg McElhatton takes a look at the first issue of DC's big summer event series, "Final Crisis." by Grant Morrison and JG Jones. What did he think? Come inside to find out and look for a second review Thursday right here on CBR.
CBR spoke with "The Incredible Hulk" producer Gale Ann Hurd about the Hulk's return to the big screen, why comic books have finally gotten their due in Hollywood and what other Marvel character she'd like to tackle.
Who will Superman vote for in the '08 election? Does Zatanna to the left or the right? Bill Willingham clues you in in "DCU: Decisions," a miniseries that outs superheroes' personal politics.