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Prolific "Shazam!" author Jerry Ordway blogs at Comics Should Be Good his thoughts on other creators' attempts to "gritty" up the "wholesome" Mary Marvel character.
Devil's Due Publishing has premiered its new sci-fi series "Drafted" with the first chapter of an original tie-in story serialized for free and exclusively on MySpace Comic Books.
Has the Canucklehead found some direction? We ponder the question while following gamers to the movie theater, checking out Autobots and looking at more clips from the Baxter Building.
Indie and mainstream comics veteran Terry LaBan talks with CBR News about the first collection of his daily comic strip "Edge City" and how working on comic strips compares to comic books.
In round three of Tale of the Tape, "World War Hulk" writer Greg Pak strategizes with CBR the match up between the Hulk and Illuminati member Dr. Strange. Plus, a first look at the variant to issue #4 by JR Jr.!
Spider-Man, Fantastic Four and X-Men co-creator Stan Lee has signed an exclusive first look deal with Walt Disney Studios.
Troma Entertainment brings their singularly shocking vision to comics with the July anthology "Lloyd Kaufman Presents the Toxic Avenger and Other Tromatic Tales" CBR News spoke with the book's contributors.
Courtesy of Marvel and Dynamite, CBR News brings you a fully lettered, full color preview of this week's issue of the anarchic crossover series.
Co-founder Jim Shooter returns to his Valiant Universe with an all new story in "Harbinger: The Beginning," a hardcover collection to be released in August.
Guillermo del Toro tells all (sort of), Lion-O wants a scratching post in his trailer, Steve Niles' ideas will soon be plastered all over your town and Neil Gaiman wrote a script, plus "Aquaman," "FF2" and more.
A neophyte sells his take on the survivors from Thundera, and we look at the details as well as how this fits in with the expanding subgenre of Cold War-era pop culture creations.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR presents fully lettered, full color previews of Marvel titles shipping today, Wednesday June 6, 2007.
Zenescope Entertainment, publishers of the red hot series Return to Wonderland, the Wizard Top Five Indie hit Grimm Fairy Tales and the critically acclaimed Se7en, are proud to announce their plans for Wizard World Philly.
Make your plans now for one of the biggest events in Earth-2 Comics' history!
CONFESSIONS OF A BLABBERMOUTH, the latest title from DC Comics' new Minx imprint, is advance solicited in June Previews to arrive in stores on September 12. With that, DC announces the next Minx sales incentive.
Branded by Tony Stark himself, THE ORDER (Formerly known as the Champions) is the first team to launch as part of the Fifty-State Initiative.
This August, Oni Press will be releasing the highly anticipated new novel from author Jamie S. Rich.
The New Fantastic Four-Black Panther, Storm, Human Torch & The Thing-have faced Galactus and the Silver Surfer, but now they face an even larger threat in Black Panther #28-The Marvel Zombies!
J. Michael Straczynski and Esad Ribic's stunning first issue of Silver Surfer: Requiem has sold-out at Diamond.
Elephantmen War Toys begins in August from Image
The specially priced #0 issue is available for only 99 cents.
Jason T. Kruse's World of Quest Hits Bookshelves and Television Screens
Writer Jeff Parker and artist Roger Cruz are back with more in continuity stories about the early years of Xavier's first students and this time, it's an ongoing series!
On June 4th Comics2Film.com, the web's longest-running resource for news about comic-based movies relaunches with a new look, new features and a year's worth of daily giveaways for the fans.
Bluewater Productions launches new Web site as their two debut titles sell out!
STEAMY JUNGLE COVERS REVEALED
Co-writer and artist Carmine Di Giandomenico talks to CBR News about tomorrow's "Daredevil: Battling Jack" #1, which explores the life and trials of Matt Murdock's father when the Man Without Fear was just a boy.
Comics greats Gardner Fox and George Gladir have been selected to receive the 2007 Bill Finger Award for Excellence in Comic Book Writing at this summer's San Diego Comic-Con.
With the first issue of "New Warriors" set for release tomorrow, CBR News caught up with writer Kevin Grevioux for a last minute chat and to find out where Southern California fans can meet him Wednesday.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR News presents an exclusive preview of the much anticipated "Mystic Arcana: Black Knight!"
Move over, Big 3. DCU's space-trotting trifecta of "52" is counting down to something, too, and they're bringing Forerunner along for the ride. We spoke with writers Adam Beechen and Justin Gray about their plans.
Courtesy of Dynamite Entertainment, CBR brings you advance looks at this week's new issues of "New Battlestar Galactica," "Raise the Dead," and "Cylon Apocalypse."
Reed and the gang have a few giggles, Tony Stark can't name that tune, another Frank Miller adaptation works its way to cineplexes and Michael Oeming's "Six" finds some changes, plus much more.
Xeric Grant winner Mark Haven Britt talks to CBR News about his curiously named black and white graphic novel "Full Color," a 178 page NYC epic five years in the making.
CBR's John Mayo has the estimated sales for the Top 300 Comics and Top 100 Trades with Market Share in April, 2007. Marvel led all with "Fallen Son: Death of Captain America - Wolverine" the big winner.
This past Thursday in NYC, a memorial for Dave Cockrum was held at the Time Life Building with a star studded send off that included Chris Claremont, Paty Cockrum, Paul Levitz, Joe Quesada and many more.
Superstar scribe Joss Whedon and fan favorite penciller Michael Ryan continue their critically acclaimed "run" on Marvel's hottest teen team in Runaways # 27.
Recognizing outstanding work in comics and sequential art, the 2007 Harvey Awards nominees have been announced.
How would Themiscira's Finest have fared in WW2? We find out while finding out who that masked man is, peeking in on Jon Favreau's set, getting lots of robots in disguise plus "G.I. Joe," "Mandrake" and more.
"Guys who are spending money on comics deserve to have their comics come in on time, and that's what I am trying to do," says artist Simone Bianchi to Robert Taylor in this week's REFLECTIONS.