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Sunday afternoon in Baltimore, DC broke the news on several new projects, including Sergio Aragones on "The Spirit," Billy Tucci on "Sgt. Rock, "Marv Wolfman on "Vigilante," plus Karaoke & more!
Robert wraps up his two-part interview with Paul Jenkins and talks about the sequel to "Wolverine: Origin," the third chapter of the Sentry trilogy, and Paul's experience in the Hollywood process thus far.
Critically acclaimed "The Nightly News" creator Jonathan Hickman will spend more time behind the keyboard this December as the writer/colorist of "A Red Mass for Mars." We spoke with Hickman.
In 2008, Erik Larsen will add a new ongoing series to his busy schedule, but what is the Image Comics publisher up to, exactly? Larsen stopped by with some art and hints of what's to come.
Warner Bros. has provided CBR News with images from "The Batman/Superman Story," the two-part season premiere of "The Batman" on Kids' WB on the CW.
At Baltimore Comic-Con, Image announced "76," an eight-issue series featuring two '70s era stories written by B. Clay Moore and Seth Peck. CBR caught up with both writers to see what's goin' down.
Is Tony Stark a Skrull? Is Cap really dead? What's "Secret Invasion?" Will Bendis answer his phone on a Saturday morning? These questions and more were answered at Marvel's Baltimore Comicon panel. Updated
Saturday afternoon's DC Nation panel in Baltimore included word of Chuck Dixon on "Robin," Peter Tomasi on "Nightwing" and a whole slew of other news concerning upcoming storylines. Updated
"The Darkness" will get some dynamic art later this year with new Top Cow exclusive Michael Broussard. We spoke with the artist and have an exclusive look at the opening two page splash from issue #1.
Courtesy of Marvel, we've got more previews of new comics shipping next week including "Thor" #3, "Heroes for Hire" #13, "Moon Knight" #12, "Nova" #6, "The Loners" #5 and more.
Trickster & Piper get their butts handed to them by Wally and it ain't pretty. Justin & Brian are here to run down everything in this week's "Countdown" with some thoughts on what's to come next.
Courtesy of Image, CBR brings you advance looks at new titles "Parade (With Fireworks)" and "Compass," plus new issues of "Casanova," "Noble Causes," "Age of Bronze" and more!
Out this week from Fox Atomic Comics is "The Nightmare Factory," an anthology featuring top comics talent adapting the works of acclaimed horror author Thomas Ligotti. EIC Eric Lieb gave us the lowdown.
Courtesy of Marvel, we've got advance looks at new books shipping next week including "Daredevil" #100, "New Avengers" #34, "Punisher War Journal" #11, "X-Men: Emperor Vulcan" #1 and more.
CBR News received today a cryptic image of Marvel Comics' X-Men with the title "X-Men Disassembled" and the date September 10, 2007, hinting at more news to come on Monday.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR News presents an exclusive first look at interior artwork from "Marvel Zombies 2" #1, shipping next month.
The celebrated artist behind Vertigo's "The Fountain" and "Blood: A Tale" talks to CBR News about his solo gallery show opening this weekend in Los Angeles.
Did the Comics Code prevent Marv Wolfman from getting his own name in the credits? Plus the secret origin of Crystar the Warrior, and what he's got to do with Danzig!
Jim Rhodes is excited, a new lady heads to Gotham and an actor could go from Rome to Asgard, plus "Robotech" and more to close out the week.
Spider-Man himself is looking at sliding into some mecha for a big screen adaptation, with Warner Brothers footing the bill.
From "Buffy" to "Runaways" and beyond, authors Brian K. Vaughan and Joss Whedon have thrilled fans on the page and on the screen, and join us now to conduct a very special and candid interview -- with each other.
In crunching recent Diamond sales estimates, CBR's John Mayo noticed interesting trends with Graphic Novel & TPB estimated sales this year. What are the big surprises of 2007 thus far? Come inside to find out.
This October, Bigfoot rears his ugly, err, in "Proof," a series which finds Bigfoot a government agent tasked with tracking down mysterious creates said to exist, but not proven.
Writer Marc Guggenheim kills Logan this week in "Wolverine" #57, and stops by CBR News with a ton of preview pages and answers to even more questions from X-POSITION readers.
"The Lone Ranger" is being spun-off into a series of one-shots by writer Brett Matthews. Entitled "The Lone Ranger and Tonto," the book finds the faithful friends enjoying extra-continuity adventures out on the trail.
The interactive universe unites for the first time characters from "Looney Tunes," Hanna-Barbera and DC Comics and features original programming including a new animated Batman series.
Find out when you'll get a good look at Tony Stark, rumors galore from Gotham and Jesse Custer's well known in Sin City, plus "Luchadores 5" and more.
The countdown to "Y: The Last Man" #60 continues as CBR News is joined by series editor Will Dennis, who teases -- but doesn't spoil-- a major revelation in this week's issue #58.
Michael Avon Oeming & Bryan J.L. Glass' "Mice Templar" #1 has sold out, and CBR News brings you an exclusive first look at the 2nd printing cover and pages from issue #2.
Beginning in this week's "Wolverine" #57, fans will finally learn how Logan retains his memories after fatal injuries. CBR News spoke with writer Marc Guggenheim about "The Death of Logan."
Shipping this week from Dynamite, we've got advance looks at new issues of "The Boys," "Painkiller Jane," "Dark Xena," and the new one-shot, "Eva: Daughter of the Dragon."
Courtesy of Top Cow, CBR brings you an exclusive first look at the new issue of "Witchblade Takeru Manga," beginning a new storyline in the manga adaptation of the Image Comics heroine.
It's a slow news day as Supergirl comes in for a landing, no new direction from the Rock of Eternity and Bat-gear is on display.
CBR's John Mayo has the estimated sales figures for the Top 300 Comics and Top 100 Trades with Market Share in July, 2007. Marvel led all in market share and had the #1 selling comic, "Thor" #1.
When "House of M: Avengers" begins in November, readers will return to a world where being human can be an act of rebellion. CBR News spoke with writer Christos Gage about the miniseries.
Last Saturday, Scott McCloud and his family celebrated the end of the their year-long, 50-state "Making Comics" tour at Golden Apple Comics in Los Angeles, and CBR News was there.
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR brings you a full-color, fully lettered preview of "Suburban Glamour" #1 by "Phonogram" co-creator Jamie McKelvie, shipping this month.
Could it be that Angelina Jolie's not sexy enough? We wonder while grilling The Comedian, pondering Eternia plus "Heroes," "Smallville" and more.
In the first of a two part interview, Robert sits down with Paul Jenkins to talk about Sidekick, Front Line and everyone's favorite internet trolls.
We know how you love the video, so how about the full hour of DC's Countdown panel featuring Dan DiDio and company from Comic-Con in July -- it's just like you're there, but without having to leave your home.