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Thomas Haden Church is virtually inscrutable tossing out hints about his villainous role, while Brandon Routh gets the star treatment, you can keep your "bamfs" to yourself, even dogs are getting super powers in lab accidents (somebody should lock those places up) and much more in the week's first look at links, legends and lies.
Speakeasy Comics chief Adam Fortier talks about his company's current plans that sees a number of previously self-published books joining their ranks, including "Elk's Run" and books from Dakuwaka, Kandora and Chimaera.
Starting with issue #150, "Spawn" will begin a new era at Image Comics. The new creative team of writer David Hine and penciler Philip Tan step in, with Brian Haberlin the new Editor-In-Chief.
In "Parting Ways," Peter Orbach succeeds in killing himself - only to see his soulless body accomplish everything he wanted. We caught up with writer Andrew Foley to learn more about this upcoming Speakeasy release. Includes a 24 page preview.
Diamond has released the top comic numbers based on actual sales for product shipped in May, 2005, including Market Share, Top 300 Comics, Top 100 Graphic Novels/TPB's and Top 50 Manga.
In an interview with the Arizona Republic earlier this week, "Spawn" creator Todd McFarlane talked about the future of the comic book and what's in store for the character in animation and film.
Nicolas Cage talks in depth about becoming Johnny Blaze, Clark Kent becomes Santa's neighbor, Betty Brant will be returning to the Daily Bugle steno pool, we check in on how much money Bruce Wayne made Wednesday, and there's a ton of cartoons headed to DVD shortly, all in the week's last look at links, legends and lies.
"Pigtale" #3 hits comic shops in just a few short weeks from Image Comics. Series creator Ovi Nedelcu gave us a look at the first four pages to that issue.
With "Batman Begins" tearing up theater screens, there's one fan film director who's hoping his superhero short will tear things up on the Internet. We spoke with Colin Blakeston about his upcoming fan film "Catwoman: Copycat."
Rumormongers, apparently, are a cowardly and superstitious lot as news slows to a crawl under the shadow of the Bat. We get another look at the makings of Gotham City, an Image serial killer book gets a look at the silver screen, and Luke Wilson is about to have the worst break up of his life ...
Image Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping September, 2005.
Marvel Comics has released a sneak preview of this July's Giffen/ DeMatteis/ Maguire version of "The Defenders."
When Daredevil dethroned the Kingpin and declared himself the new lord of New York's underworld, it set off a bloody Mob power struggle and set him on a head on collision with the Punisher. The full story will be revealed starting this July in the pages of "Daredevil Vs. Punisher," by "Stray Bullets" creator David Lapham. CBR News spoke to Lapham about the series.
On the day Gotham City becomes the center of the world, we have exclusive Batmobile photos, a new film review and even a look at the televised treatment that never was to be. Also, Jim Cameron shies away from manga, Neil Gaiman's big movie has a new trailer, there's a new tease from Westchester and much more.
Seth Jones checks in with our second review of "Batman Begins" and much like our first review, the movie gets a lot of love from CBR. What were the highlights? Were there any weak links? Seth takes a lengthy look at the film for you.
This September sees the return of Chaos! Comics and one of the line's most popular characters, Evil Erine, in a new #1 to come from Devil's Due.
Oni Press is looking to line-up a number of new artists and projects via their Oni Press Talent Search. CBR News spoke with editor James Lucas Jones to learn more about the initiative and to see what the connection is to the upcoming Comic Book Idol 3 contest.
Writer Greg Pak has his hands full in the Marvel Universe. With "Iron Man: House of M" and "Marvel 1602: New World," he's taking part in two of the big events to come out from the publisher in the coming months. We caught up with Pak to learn more about his plans.
Natalie and Hugo are ready for their close up, Michael Chiklis does some cross promotion, we've got a bunch of news from Gotham City, eggheads study capes and masks, and Mace Windu likes The Killer, all in today's look at links, legends and lies.
Seth Jones took some time to ask our man on Coruscant a few questions about his four color favorites, including Ultimate homages, writing his own comic book and more.
This July sees the release of "Chocolate Thunder," a 140 page OGN by writer/artist Jeremy Love that embraces the 1970s Blaxploitation movement with a bit of Kung Fu thrown in for good measure. We spoke with love about the book.
Marvel's mutant menace gets a new biographer, Morgan Freeman can't program his VCR while Christian Bale gets help in the water closet, Nicolas Cage is coming to a country near you and Mark Hamill keeps the hits coming. All that and more in the week's first look at links, lies and legends.
This July, John Layman and Scott Eaton introduce readers to the new guardians of Latveria in the pages of Marvel's "Fantastic Four: House of M." On Wednesday of this week, the final issue of Layman's other Marvel comic, "Gambit," is released. Layman spoke to CBR News about both series.
With "Mr. T" taking comics by storm once again, we caught up with series writer Chris Bunting to learn more about the book and to get a massive preview of what's to come.
Hal Jordan may be back, but that doesn't mean the Guardians of the Universe can rest any easier. Interstellar war is shaking up the cosmos and powerful, unknown threats lurk in the stygian depths of space. This September the darkness of space is once again lit by emerald light with "Green Lantern Corps: Recharge" at DC. Writer Dave Gibbons spoke to CBR News about the mini-series.