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Marvel has plans for not one, but two Spider-Woman series later this year, as announced during Wizard World Chicago. "Spider-Woman: Origin" launches this December with art by the Luna Bros., to be followed by a new ongoing with art by Alex Maleev. We spoke with Bendis about his plans.
As announced today at Wizard World Chicago, writer Jen Van Meter, along with artist Patrick Oliffe, will bring the Injustice Society to the forefront in a new three-issue "JSA Classified" arc to come this November. We spoke with Van Meter to get the low down.
UPDATED With the Cup O' Joe panel now wrapped at Wizard World Chicago, we've got our first of two reports on the panel, with photos, which saw Jeph Loeb sign an exclusive with Marvel & Joe Madureira stopped by with news of a project to come from the two creators. Oh, and there was a song. Look for the second half of our write up in the next hour here on CBR.
Will things get more romantic for Clark Kent now he's left high school behind? Who is the new villain that will menace Spawn's life? How does Kevin Spacey's Lex Luthor look so fly? When can you get that four disc DVD of Frank Miller's noir classic? All these questions and more are answered in the week's last news summary.
Wizard World Chicago held their first ever preview night on Thursday in Chicago and CBR News was there to capture the action on the con floor and to check in with a few creators.
A practical joke almost turns too serious on the Australian set, while one actress would rather be "Lost" than mutated, you may get two Clark Kents on screen at the same time, and Zoe is back and happy about it, plus more in the week's penultimate look at links, legends and lies.
This December writer Chuck Dixon and artists Doug Mahnke and Sandra Hope take readers back to final days of World War II with the Wildstorm mini-series "Team Zero," which chronicles the mission of the first soldier to use the code name Deathblow and the elite unit he assembled. Dixon spoke with CBR News about the project
We find out where those kids from Xavier's are headed (and maybe find out who's up for Stacy X), wonder if Samuel Jackson's next sword will have "Bad M..." on it, dream up a new way to keep the world safe from aliens and check in on the Eisner adaptation, plus grats are in order for one comics creator getting all celluloid.
PRESS RELEASE: DC Sends "Superman" #219, "Action Comics" #829, "Adventures of Superman" #642 & "Wonder Woman" #219 Back To Press
The now weekly tradition of Marvel Comics six-page previews continues this week with looks at "Black Panther" #7 by Hudlin & Hairsine, "Daredevil" #76 by Bendis & Maleev, "Fantastic Four" #530 by Straczynski & McKone & "Marvel Knights Spider-Man" #17 by Hudlin & Tan.
Many fans mourned the passing of Titans member Donna Troy in the pages of "Graduation Day," but were excited to learn of her return in "DC Special: The Return of Donna Troy." CBR News spoke to series writer Phil Jimenez who answered questions some readers had about the series and dropped some hints on how it ties into "Infinite Crisis."
Marvel Comics announced today that Brian Michael Bendis, the writer who fans often joke writes all of Marvel's book, has extended his exclusive contract with the publisher.
IDW hopes to invoke the spirit of the classic magazines "Eerie" and "Creepy" this October with their new illustrated magazine "Doomed." CBR News spoke with IDW Publishing's EiC Chris Ryall to learn more about their plans for the series.
It's a slow news day, with some witty tidbits from "Buffy's" creator about comics' most celebrated heroine, footage of Todd McFarlane's demonic street soldier and some quotes from Bryan Singer, all in today's look at links, legends and lies.
CBR News has learned that Sal Abbinanti will begin self-publishing his creator-owned series "Atomika" starting this November, removing the title from Speakeasy's line-up. We caught up with Abbinanti to find out why this decision was made and what the future holds for the title.
Sunday night, right here at CBR, writers Nunzio DeFillippis and Christina Weir hung out with fans in the CBR Chat Room and answered questions they had about "New Mutants," New X-Men," their upcoming Oni Press work and pretty much everything else you can think of. We've got a lengthy transcript for those of you who couldn't make it to the chat.
It's the great disappearing pirated footage for Johnny Blaze, while we get more looks at Metropolis from down under, Shellie and Marv call it a comeback, we spoil tons of "Smallville" details for you, get a young Angel out in Westchester and David Cronenberg says, "What graphic novel?"
Coming in early 2006 is a new Vertigo series by newcomer Simon Oliver and artist Tony Moore about what happens when the bugs, well, take over and The Exterminators are our own defense. We spoke with Oliver about the series.
Aspen Comics has provided CBR News with previews of the Wizard World Chicago debuting series "Soulfire: Dying of the Light" #1 as well as "Fathom" #3.
In "The Looking Glass Wars," writer Frank Beddor gives us his take on the classic "Alice in Wonderland" story. This November, Beddor expands on the books with the Image mini-series "Hatter M: The Looking Glass Wars" with Ben Templesmith. We spoke with Beddor to get the low down on the new series.