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Giving the devil his due, riding the rails with the Last Son of Krypton, more fun with industrial accidents, no joking matter in Gotham, the royal treatment for Marvel's Merry Mutants and more as we take the week's last look at links, legends and lies.
Marvel's Ghost Rider is set to make a comeback with a vengeance next week when the first issue of the new "Ghost Rider" series hits the stands. We caught up with writer Garth Ennis to find out what he has planned for the Rider, plus what he's got cooking up in the months to come.
Earlier today, Dreamwave announced that it will open its doors to new talent, in hopes of finding the next generation of artists to bring back some of their more popular titles.
There's a new one sheet poster for the return of Kal-El to cineplexes, plus press coverage. We've also got a more military solution for the kids at Westchester, spoilers aplenty for the start of Clark Kent's college years, notes on who's headed to Gotham and more in the week's penultimate news summary.
It's time for a whole new batch of Marvel previews for books shipping in September including "Daredevil: Father" #3, "Catpain America" #10, "Runaways" #8 and "Marvel Adventures Fantastic Four" #4.
It just feels like the Torch in here, as the hit WB series deluges us with stuff promoting the upcoming season. Meanwhile, we find somebody who found a lot more of Richard Donner's work than you might have, take a look at the new Stargirl and check in on future episodes of DC's mightiest animated heroes.
With the "Infinite Crisis" approaching, writer/inker Keith Champagne is taking "JSA" by the reins for a special story arc that will change the team forever... and it's not just hyperbole.
"Wizard Magazine" revealed the new creative team of Marvel Comics' popular "Ultimates" series today, one day before "Wizard #168" is set to hit the stands with an interview featuring the new writer.
A slow news day looks at smart, sassy women in Kansas' strangest town, finds a super villain to fight Uma Thurman and blows a cool breeze into Westchester for today's look at links, legends and lies.
Monsters, Merlin, and Mentally Challenged Alien Avengers: Giffen talks "Howling Commandos" and "Drax the Destroyer"
This fall, the Marvel Universe will be invaded by weird, otherworldly characters, courtesy of writer Keith Giffen's "Drax The Destroyer" and "Nick Fury's Howling Commandos." The scribe spoke to CBR News about both the Marvel projects and hinted at things to come.
Barbara Gordon takes to Gotham's skyline once again, the doctor is in at Xavier's (but not the one you may have expected), Spike gets naked and shoves Lex Luthor around, David Cronenberg can kill a man with his bare hands, the Justice League is back and more to start off your week right.
Who is the most controversial superhero group ever created? Many comic book fans would say the Authority, while a few might say the Great Lakes Avengers with a wink. However, one group exists that could win this distinction on the basis of their name alone – The SuperF*ckers
With his new Oni graphic novel "Off Road" shipping in November, Sean Murphy spoke to CBR News about why it isn't another simple slice of life book. Includes over fifty pages of completed pages of preview art.
Aspen Comics has provided CBR News with an exclusive six-page sneak peal at "Soulfire #5" and an additional peek at the two covers for the book.
On this final day of "Fear Agent" week at CBR, CBR News is proud to present a gallery of never before seen artwork from "Fear Agent." This includes actual pages from issues #1, #2 and #6, along with concept designs.
Set to hit theaters next month from the Jim Henson Company, comic greats Dave McKean & Neil Gaiman bring their unique vision to the silver screen in "Mirromask" and we've got an early review for you.
That's no cloud of doom hovering over the animated Gotham City, it's a huge wad of money! Meanwhile, Johnny Blaze is ready to heat it up, a teenaged Clark Kent takes in some snowy climates and Brandon Routh takes a break, all in the week's last look at links, legends and lies.
In our last "Fear Agent" interview before the big art show, CBR talks with Lee Loughridge & Brian Bucellato, who are providing the colors for much of the Image Comics series. Includes exclusive preview art.
In a press release today, Marvel revealed plans for another "Mary Jane" trade paperback and announced an ongoing series starring everyone's favorite redhead.
The Wulf is getting a new look courtesy of Torontonian Attila Adorjany, the cover artist for Speakeasy's "Beowulf." CBR briefly spoke with Adorjany, who provided art for some of the upcoming Wulf adventures.
Screenwriter John Rogers speaks about the greatest hour of television never aired, plus new looks at Neil Gaiman's cinematic efforts, new voices joining Todd McFarlane's new animated adventure and one of the minds behind the Hound of Steel spills it all.
In the fourth part of CBR's "Fear Agent" week, inker Sean Parsons talks about getting involved with the book and inking the work of Tony Moore. Includes exclusive preview art. Updated
Fans of Steve Niles' monster fighting, hard living, supernatural investigator Cal McDonald have been wondering what he's been up to lately. Niles updated fans today on the status of "Supernatural Freak Machine" today and announced a new, ongoing series to come.
In this next part of CBR's "Fear Agent" coverage, artist Cory Walker talks about his work on the book, the one comic book character he has to draw and provides readers with some preview art from "Fear Agent #6."
Undead serial killers better start running now because in November, "slasher" hunters Cassie Hack and her partner Vlad, the stars of Tim Seeley's "Hack/Slash," return in Devil's Due Publishing's "Hack/Slash: Land of Lost Toys," the first ever "Hack/Slash mini-series. CBR News spoke to Seeley about the series and a number of other "Hack/Slash" projects that are in the works.
The old Canucklehead may be looking for a new dance partner, we may get an all-new trip back to Third Earth, Viggo wants his Court TV, Joss Whedon slips one in on you and more in today's news summary.
Continuing our spotlight on "Fear Agent," artist Tony Moore shares his enthusiasm for the series and reminds fans why this is a must-read for sci-fi fans. Includes breakdowns of Moore's art for the first issue and third cover. Updated.
The creators of the adorable & acclaimed "Franklin Richards" stories spoke exclusively to CBR about their new one-shot. Includes a complete four-page story featuring H.E.R.B.I.E and Franklin.