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Last weekend at Wizard World LA, Top Cow's Filip Sablik, Rob Levin and Blond spoke about Witchblade manga and Witchblade anime, giving attendees a first look at the English-dubbed anime.
CBR News is pleased to be the first to present online Top Cow's trailer for "Madame Mirage" #1, the new mystery series by "Detective Comics" and "Lost" writer Paul Dini.
One of the medium's classic stories, "Terry and the Pirates," will be coming back from IDW's new Library of American Comics imprint. We spoke with editor Dean Mullaney.
"The Surrogates" was a sleeper hit for Top Shelf in 2005, and now it's poised to be a hit film. We spoke with creator Robert Venditti about the upcoming feature film.
United Arab Emirate-based Al Ahli Group and Marvel announced today a partnership that will bring Marvel's full library of superheroes
Marvel Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping June, 2007. We've got the full list for ya.
Wesley's got a whole new kind of trouble now, while Jon Favreau finishes his first week on set, the Power of Grayskull could be back and there's news about Gotham City, "Heroes," "Watchmen" and more.
Dynamite Entertainment has provided CBR News with previews of two of tihs Wednesday's shipping titles, "Darkman vs. The Army of Darkness" #4 & "Classic Battlestar Galactica" #5.
DC Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics shipping June, 2007 and we've got the full listing for ya. Updated with cover to "Justice League Of America" #10
If you want grand adventure, it doesn't get bigger than the creation and demise of a universe, with one couple's self discovery at the center of it all. Welcome to "The Amory Wars," written by Coheed & Cambria's Claudio Sanchez, who spoke to CBR News.
"The Darkness" came to Los Angeles over the weekend and we've got a video previewing his video game debut. Come inside and see what the buzz is about.
It ships this Wednesday, but Image Comics has provided CBR News with an 11 page preview of "Texas Strangers" #1. The wild west has never been so wild!
Lex, leaving? Say it ain't so! Also Michael Turner tells it like it is, Greg Rucka gets some more help and Stark security gets penetrated, plus news on "Shazam," "Spider-Man 3," "Heroes" and more.
The photo parade returns, this week from Los Angeles. We've got your favorite creators, costumed folk, the "Heroes" writing staff, Kristen Bell, Paul Reubens, KISS, David Arquette, Scott Porter and lots more.
"52" is coming to a close and some nasty, nasty stuff is taking place, mostly at the hands of Black Adam. Justin's got the latest on Week Forty-Five.
To celebrate the 200th edition of REFLECTIONS, Robert turned things around and asked some of his previous interview subjects (Busiek, Loeb, Waid, Rucka, etc.) to interview him, with some very interesting results.
King Leonidas found his throne atop the box office threatened by new films this weekend. How did "300" fare? Is Miller planning a sequel? We've got the answers.
Time to transform & roll out or be destroyed, as Galvatron makes his debut in "Transformers Spotlight." We spoke with writer Simon Furman to learn more about the re-imagining of this major villain.
By learning the intimacies of the three-act structure, Peter David shows how most stories are told and gives convention attendees the ability to psychically predict the plot twists of B movies. Updated with photos.
A panel of filmmakers and comic creator spoke to Wizard World Los Angeles attendees about the meeting of the comics publishing and film production worlds.
We went in-depth with Mike Carey to talk about this year's big X-Men event and to learn just what it means for the mutants. Also, don't miss the scribe's answers to some classic X-debates!
Yes, the blond vampire with a soul is a "bloody puppet" in IDW's "Spike: Shadow Puppets." We spoke with writer Brian Lynch about this latest "Angel" spin-off mini-series.
Marvel unveiled their plans for the X-Men in 2007 and CBR News was on hand at Wizard World LA. What is "Endangered Species?" We've got answers.
The full Marvel solicits won't be up till Tuesday, but CBR News has an exclusive look at the X-Men solicits for product shipping in June, 2007.
KISS superstars Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley, along with Scott Rosenberg and Rick Sprague from Platinum Studios reveal their plans for the rock group's latest invasion into the four-color world, "KISS 4K."
DC Executive Editor Dan Didio presided over an a very laid-back DC Universe panel early Saturday afternoon at Wizard World LA featuring a variety of DC creators on secret-protection patrol.
Many of Marvel's brightest minds drew back the curtain to reveal what the new Marvel universe will look like in some of the new projects for upcoming months.
Later this year school will be back in session for the original X-Men as "X-Men: First Class" graduates from a mini-series to an ongoing series. CBR News spoke with writer Jeff Parker about the book.
Super powers and super discussion met today at Wizard World LA, where the minds behind "Heroes" talk about the smash hit. Just who cuts the trees for Primatech? What's up with Hiro's sword? We've got answers!
Jim Kirk, Optimus Prime, Scarface and Gene Simmons -- the wildly diverse line of titles from IDW knows no bounds, and publisher Chris Ryall was happy to tell fans all about it.
Before Tony Montana was Scarface, he was a "Devil In Disguise." We spoke with writer Joshua Jabcuga about IDW's new "Scarface" prequel.