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This fall sees the release of "Ultimate Spider-Man" the video game from Activision, written by comic series writer Brian Michael Bendis with Mark Bagley style art. CBR News caught up with Bendis and Creative Director Chris Busse to learn more about the game and how it ties into the comic.
To kickstart your week we take you on an in-depth tour of Gotham City, snag another snapshot from the residents of the Baxter Building, get "father/son" in Kansas' strangest town, find out what Frank Miller's up to and chill out with Iceman.
Jeremy takes a look at the Marvel video games shown off last week during E3: "Ultimate Spider-Man," "Marvel Nemesis: Rise of the Imperfects," "Fantastic Four" and "Incredible Hulk: Ultimate Destruction" with screen shots.
After five successful years on "The Flash," writer Geoff Johns has announced he'll be leaving the title with August's issue #225.
Image's newest PR & Marketing Coordinator Jim Demonakos talks with CBR News about how he landed the post and the steps he took that saw him go from comic fan to comic industry professional.
Jeremy takes a look at a big group of non-Marvel comic based games shown at E3 this year, including "Batman Begins," "Teen Titans," "City of Villains," "Age of Conan" and many others.
In June, Pocket Books will release "Superman: The Never-Ending Battle," the latest entry in their JLA series of original novels. CBR News spoke with writer Roger Stern about the novel, which not only pushes Superman and the JLA to their limits, but forces the Man of Steel to answer some difficult questions about freedom and security.
How do we end the week? Well, there's a fresh-faced new villain coming into Peter Parker's life, an indie graphic novel head to the big time, there's big stuff being built down under, Johnny Blaze gets a new website, Wonder Woman looks back, The Batman looks ahead and we've got an exclusive note from the admissions office in Westchester.
Speakeasy Comics has provided CBR News with a preview of "Beowulf" #2 by Brian Augustyn and artist Dub shipping next Wednesday, May 25th.
During the E3 Expo in Los Angeles, CBR News got a look at the upcoming "X-Men Legends II: Rise of the Apocalypse" game coming from Activision this fall. Fans of the first game will be excited about the improvements to come, including online play.
If you're looking for evidence that comics are still a powerful force, just look to the E3 show held in Los Angeles which showed off an impressive slate of video games based on comics.
Snake-Eyes is one of the most popular G.I. Joe characters, but his past is still something of a mystery. This August, Brandon Jerwa and Emiliano Santalucia give readers the definitive origin of Snake-Eyes in "Snake-Eyes: Declassified" from Devils Due. Jerwa briefed CBR News on the project.
DC Comics has announced that artist JG Jones has signed a two-year exclusive agreement with the publisher.
Hasbro Properties Group has announced they've awarded the license to the popular "Transformers" characters to IDW Publishing with new books set to debut this October.
It's a slow news day as everybody goes to the movies, but we get an early look inside the Baxter Building, check in on Viggo Mortensen's "History" lessons, and talk steel, feathers and fur out in Westchester for the week's penultimate look at links, lies and legends.
This June, Marc Sumerak and Carlo Barberi take readers on an action packed adventure across Egypt as they reveal the exploits of the young girl who would become the X-Men member Storm in "Ororo: Before the Storm." Sumerak gave CBR News the scoop on the series.
Marvel Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping August, 2005.
We find out who's getting all furry to play Hank McCoy, wonder if England really does prevail as changes abound, find out some of Frank Miller's plans, gear up for a long summer in Kansas and check in on Gotham City, all in today's news summary.
Before the full Electronic Entertainment Expo launches in Los Angeles Wednesday, CBR News attended the efocus expo, a super-hero themed event held to promote select video games and equipment. Includes loads of photos from the event including shots of the new Batmobile.
Marvel Comics has released preview pages from June's "Giant Size X-Men" #3 featuring a story written by Joss Whedon with art by comics legend Neal Adams.
DC Comics has announced that "The Omac Project" #1 has once again sold out and a third printing with a variant cover is on the way.
Breaking & Entering: First Time Comics Writer Russell Lissau Talks "Batman Allies Secret Files 2005"
For Russell Lissau, his first comics writing assignment couldn't get much better- writing a Batman story for DC Comics. We caught up with Lissau to learn more about his story and to find out how this assignment came to be.
This August sees the series "Ant" make the move to Image. Creator Mario Gully spoke with CBR News about the move, what changes are in store for the title and what new readers of the series need to know.
The facts are flying fast and furious from stately Wayne Manor, and the FF is marching into movie houses and living rooms everywhere. Let's call it a small screen comeback for the funny pages' favorite sleuth, we're paying respects to Kryptonian legacies and Sam Raimi speaks, all in today's look at links, legends and lies.
DC Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping in August of 2005. Updated
Art collector/dealer Mark F. McDermott contacted CBR News with the sad news that a collection of silver age art featuring work by Jack Kirby, Curt Swan and Steve Ditko was stolen in Manhattan last week and he's offering a reward for its safe return.
Fighting Mercenaries and Mythical Beasts for College Credit: Lombard, Guice, and Brown talk "Olympus"
The graphic novel "Olympus" hits this Wednesday by Geoff Johns, Kris Grimminger and Butch Guice, about a group of college students who find themselves fighting for their lives against heavily armed mercenaries and monsters from Greek mythology come to life. We spoke with Guice, colorist Dan Brown and editor Francis Lombard about the project.
We're taking Professor X for a walk, getting AD Skinner into the GCPD, talking about filming two Spidey-sequels at once, Judd Winick gets his own cartoon, everybody's graduating at Smallville High and much more to start off the week.