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The news earlier this week that "Bad Planet" will be coming from Image this December left a number of questions unanswered. Why the new artist and publisher? What is Raw Entertainment and what's the comic connection? We caught up with actor/writer Thomas Jane and writer Steve Niles to see what they've got up their sleeves.
With a new Editor-in-Chief and creative team, Todd McFarlane's "Spawn" comic is embarking on a new journey. We sat down with EiC Brian Haberlin, writer David Hine and artist Philip Tan to learn a bit more about their upcoming plans for the book.
Shooting angels down from the sky, suiting up for gamma-irradiated fun, getting started on some web spinning and looking back at George Reeves -- that's how we do a slow news day on your favorite look at links, lies and legends.
Ben Raab has provided CBR News with a six-page preview of his new book "Living In Infamy," a four-issue series set in a town created by the Federal Witness Protection Program to house super villains. The book makes its debut at Comic-Con International next month.
Batman was not always the grim guardian of Gotham, but then something happened. Beginning this August, Andrew Helfer and Tan Eng Huat will show readers how Batman became the Dark Knight in "Batman: Journey Into Knight," a new 12 issue maxi series. Helfer spoke to CBR News about the dark transforming road that Batman took.
Marvel Comics has released the first six pages of next month's "Astonishing X-Men" #11 by Joss Whedon and John Cassaday.
We've got spoilers straight outta Superman lore, a look at just when Ron Perlman will suit up again, more snapshots from the Baxter Building, another possible Joker, a closer look at the Batmobile and more indie comics working their way to the silver screen.
In comic shops today is "Genie" #1, a new all-ages series from FC9 Publishing and written by Jim Keplinger that explores the ancient legends of the Genie from the lamp, their mysterious masters the Djinn and introduces readers to a 14 year old kid with a fanboy complex and a Genie all his own.
PRESS RELEASE: The Battle Between Ash & West Continues in "Army of Darkness: Ash Vs. The Re-Animator" #2
Game publisher Activision has released a bunch of new screenshots from the upcoming Marvel games "Ultimate Spider-Man" and "X-Men Legends II: Rise of Apocalypse."
Image Comics has provided CBR News with a six-page preview of Joe Casey & Tom Scioli's "GØDLAND" #1, due in stores July 6th.
Scott Christian Sava became known for his computer animated art style with "Spider-Man: Quality of Life." Now he's got three different projects in the works with Alias-- "The Dreamland Chronicles," "PSI-KIX," and "Ed's Terrestrials"-- and he spoke with CBR News about each of them.
Alan Moore's charismatic anarchist gets a new poster, rumors surround who might not be Kitty Pride, another mutant-themed spinoff is hinted at in the trades, Clark Kent gets a lot of trouble headed his way and we look at the big DVD releases on the horizon.
Steve Uy, the creator behind "Feather," is back with a new three-issue series from Arcana Studios this November. We caught up with Uy to learn more about this series that sees the worlds of heaven and hell at war.
There's a deluge of data from the Baxter Building as we move closer to seeing Marvel's First Family on the big screen, while La Femme Nakita rubs shoulders with Clark Kent, another Mike Mignola creation goes "Sideways," here comes the rain again in Westchester and more movie 'mongering to start your week right.
Marvel Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping September, 2005.
We check in on Kansas' weirdest town really early, with spoilers aplenty. Plus, Daisy Duke's got a zombie boyfriend, Joss Whedon waxes poetic about Princess Diana, you can get up close and personal with Reed and the gang, and just who will be the Joker? We take some shots in the week's last look at links, legends and lies.
TV Guide has provided CBR News with the five "Fantastic Four" collectors covers to be featured with the July 3rd issue, plus details on how you can win a copy of "Ultimate Fantastic Four" #21 signed by Millar, Land & Quesada.
"Entertainment Weekly" hosted their Must List event at a club in New York City last weekend. One of those mentioned on the list, AiT/PlanetLar's Larry Young, was in attendance. We got the low down from Young with the photographic evidence.
The brains behind the Man of Steel's comeback give up the skinny on their process while Magneto confirms he'll be back to test the mettle of Xavier's students, Lionel Luthor tells all, and we check in on both the Baxter Building and the Batcave in the week's penultimate news summary.
The cast of Marvel's "New Thunderbolts" are trying really hard to be heroic, but the path of the superhero is proving to be difficult for these former villains. We spoke with writer Fabian Nicieza about what other perils and hardships lay ahead for the Thunderbolts.
PRESS RELEASE: "Ultimate Fantastic Four" #21 Ships With Two Covers to Celebrate New Team of Millar and Land