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Second Printing Alternate Cover ON THE WAY!
In Omega Flight #4, the newly formed Canadian super team must put aside their differences-including the murderer of Alpha Flight being appointed the new Guardian-to save Sasquatch from the Wrecking Crew & their menacing mystical allies.
Marvel is happy to announce that New Warriors #1 has sold out at Diamond (though copies may still be available at the retail level), signaling a triumphant return of Marvel's fan favorite super hero team.
The Epic Battle Rages on in the Top Cow Universe!
Kids╣ WB! on The CW Announces Official Title for Marvel Super Hero╣s Animated Series from Culver Entertainment
Action figures including Master Chief, Brute Chieftain, Cortana, Jackal Sniper and Grunt 2-pack, each with eight to ten points of articulation; mini vehicles including Warthog, Ghost, and Brute Chopper
Chaos and action will erupt on a global scale this July as the 12-part "World War III" storyline begins in "G.I. Joe: America's Elite" #25. We spoke with writer Mark Powers and Editor Mike O'Sullivan.
Warner Bros. has provided CBR News with high-resolutin images of the new Batpod, the Dark Knight's new vehicle set to debut in 2008's "The Dark Knight."
Courtesy of Dynamite Entertainment, CBR brings you advance looks at new issues shipping this week, including "Highlander" #8, "Savage Tales" #2, and "Witchblakde: Shades of Gray" #2.
Marvel Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping September, 2007. We've got the full list for ya.
Christian Bale suits up, Brad Bird ponders sequels, Tyrese Gibson's ready to try on some chains and you never know who's on your vacation, plus "Transformers" and "Watchmen" tidbits.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR brings you advance looks at some of the publisher's most anticipated titles shipping this week, including "X-Men: Endangered Species" #1.
Marvel is pleased to announce that Nova #3 has sold out at Diamond (though copies may be available at the retail level), marking the third straight sell-out from this brand new series!
DC Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics shipping September, 2007 and we've got the full listing for ya.
The Fantastic Four are the talk of the town these days, with the exciting new developments in the Fantastic Four ongoing series and their multimedia appearances, and there's no better place to look for FF action than in Marvel's graphic novel collections!
The agreement will position DC Comics as the worldwide English language print and digital publisher of titles created by Flex Comix.
Marvel is happy to announce that The Loners #3 has sold out at Diamond (though copies may still be available at the retail level).
Atomika creator Sal Abbinanti will be one of the dozens of artists and creators featured in the Sixth Annual Museum of Comic and Cartoon Art (MoCCA) Art Festival expected to draw thousands of artists, creators, collectors, dealers, publishers, agents and others to downtown Manhattan this June.
Marvel is proud to announce that J. Michael Straczynski and Esad Ribic's Silver Surfer: Requiem #1 (of 4) will be going back to print with a new variant cover featuring Esad Ribic's stunning interior art.
DESPERADO...GIVING CREATORS THEIR DUE!
Catch the entire first chapter online now!!!!
Dakuwaka Productions to Release New One-Shot Psychological Thriller
Fans demanded it and Wolverine makes his dramatic return to Madripoor in Wolverine: Origins Annual #1, searching for answers to his sordid past that he's still struggling to accept.
Comics legends Jim Steranko and Carmine Infantino sat down to talk to fans about their lengthy careers; Infantino on reinventing Batman, Steranko's groundbreaking work on "S.H.I.E.L.D." and more.
Rockers Coheed and Cambria's story-driven albums have spun-off into their own comics, "The Amory Wars." Frontman Claudio Sanchez discussed the series with fans in Philadelphia.
A big day of news, with giant robots galore (including Urkel's pal getting Jazz-y), a note from Andy Diggle and casting rumors about Minutemen, plus scoop on "The Dark Knight," "Interworld," "Heroes," "FF2" box office results and more.
From major TV and print outlets, everybody's talking about the new motorcycle Batman's gonna be riding in the sequel. We take a look as well as catching the cast on the Chicago set.
The weekend saw a wide variety of casting rumors for crucial roles. What major names are linked to be the Comedian, Dr. Manhattan, the Nite-Owl? We wonder within ...
Robert sits down with Joshua Ortega to discuss the surprise hit series of the year, "Death Dealer," as well as what the future holds for "Necromancer" and the coming trade paperback collection.
This week's most talked about team was the focus of a panel in Philadelphia today, with Marvel's Avengers creators meeting to answer fans' questions and preview new art.
Designing a face for Roland, filling in the blanks in the Gunslinger's world and sorting out the identity of Martin Broadcloak were all on the agenda at the Dark Tower panel at HeroesCon.
DC Comics' Bob Wayne met with WildStorm fans in Philadelphia today to discuss upcoming projects from the DC imprint and give updates on the status of "Wildcats" and "The Authority." UPDATED!
Marvel's given us an advance look at the September, 2007 X-Men related titles which includes looks at "X-Men: Emperor Vulcan" #1, Marc Guggenheim's "Wolverine" and more.
Later today we'll have a full report from the Avengers panel, but for now check out this gallery of images Marvel Comics is previewing today in Philadelphia.
More DC News to come from philly, with Dwayne McDuffie writing "Justice League of America," more on Waid's return to "The Flash" and more.
Joe Quesada and crew sat down to talk with fans at Wizard World Philly about a number of new items, including "House of M: Avengers," "Messiah Complex," Peter David on "She-Hulk" and much more.
Image Comics has provided CBR News with looks at this Wednesday's shipping books "Alien Pig Farm 3000" #3, "Invincible" #43, "Phonogram" Vol. 1, "Repo" #1, "Strongarm" #4 and "True Story, Swear To God" #6.
DC Comics VP-Sales Bob Wayne and Group Editor Bob Schreck led a discussion about upcoming projects and plans for the future of the hippest imprint in comics, Vertigo.
Several new books were announced, more clues about the Flash were given, and the return of a carrot was promised by DC Comics on Day 2 of HeroesCon.
Peter David filled in some blanks about the X-books, Daniel Way talked "Wolverine:Origins" and Christos Gage says he's is going back to the past.