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Director Gavin Hood is intrigued by Logan, there's trouble at the Hall of Justice and Mark Wahlberg lacks basic information, plus so much more.
CBR's John Mayo has the estimated sales figures for the Top 300 Comics and Top 100 Trades with Market Share in August, 2007. Marvel led all in market share and had the #1 selling comic, "World War Hulk" #3.
Jimmy gets tested, Mary gets tempted, Mr. Myxzptlk gets taken and Holly takes a trip. But that's not all that happened this week and as they do each week, Justin & Brian bring you up to speed.
Was the mid-80s revamp of Jonah Hex the original plan? Was an issue of "Batman: Gotham Knights" pulled because it was too graphic? Why was issue #4 of "Big Numbers" finished, yet pulped by the artist?
Marvel has provided CBR News with advance looks at more of their October 3rd shipping books including "Exiles" #99, "FF & Power Pack" #4, "Shanna The She-Devil" #3 and "Super-Villain Team-Up/MODOK'S 11" #4.
Image Comics has provided CBR News with advance looks at two of their Wednesday, October 3rd shipping books, "Bomb Queen IV" #2 and "Strange Girl" #18.
Courtesy of Image and 12-Gauge Comics, CBR brings you an advance look at the second issue of "Paul Jenkins' Sidekick: Super Summer Sidekick Spectacular," shipping next week, October 3, 2007.
Author Jonathan Lethem revives Marvel's cult classic, "Omega: The Unknown," and CBR News speaks with him about the comic he loved so much as a teenager, he paid homage to it in his seminal novel, "The Fortress of Solitude."
Zombies, porn, Rick Remender, Kieron Dwyer, Tony Moore and Image Comics come together in "Crawl Space," a new horror anthology debuting with the singularly disturbing "XXXombies."
Courtesy of Marvel, we've got advance looks at new books shipping next week including "Howard the Duck" #1, "Wolverine Annual: Deathsong," "Ms. Marvel" #20, "Omega the Unknown" and "Iron Man: Enter the Mandarin" #2.
Comics Should Be Good asked you to vote for your favorite 100 Marvel and DC characters, and the results are in with some expected finalists, but with some happy surprises as well. Check out both lists now.
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR brings you an advance look at "Infinity Inc." #2, the "52" spin-off by Peter Milligan and Max Fiumara, shipping next week, October 3, 2007.
Kansas' weirdest town is back in the limelight, the God of Thunder's script is reviewed and David Goyer gets toothy again, with much more ending the week.
Andy Khouri goes in-depth with the editors and creators of Image Comics' anticipated "PopGun" vol. 1, featuring wildly diverse mainstream and underground talents, and billed as "the ultimate comics mixtape."
Top Cow's big summer pushes "First Born" and "Witchblade" have been hit with serious setbacks, and VP of Marketing & Sales Filip Sablik stopped by to address those delays and preview upcoming issues of "Witchblade."
"Heroes'" second season started with a bang and continues next Monday with the episode "Lizards." We've got five video clips from the episode that'll stoke the speculation fires in a big way.
Legendary X-artist Larry Stroman joins CBR News for the world premiere of exclusive artwork and to talk about the past, present, and "What if?" - his first comics story in ten years.
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR brings you an advance look at "Elephantmen" #11, the new issue by Richard Starkings and Moritat, shipping October 17.
Robert Kirkman's Brit stars in a new ongoing series that finds Kirkman playing editor and Bruce Brown putting words on the page. CBR spoke with Brown and got a big preview of what's to come in "Brit."
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR brings you an exclusive first look at next week's new issue of "Uncanny X-Men," #491, by Ed Brubaker and Salvador Larroca.
Don't call it a comeback for Professor Milton Fine, while Phil Hester and Andy Kuhn eye a check, Logan gets animated again plus "JLA," "LSH" and more.
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR brings you the complete story, "Rex Onazuka: The Japanese Wasp" from the publisher's new "PopGun" vol. 1 anthology - "the ultimate graphic mixtape."
Courtesy of Aspen MLT, CBR News brings you an exclusive first look at Jim Lee's variant cover for "Iron and the Maiden" #4, as well as a full color preview of next week's issue #3.
One of the smartest, funniest cartoonists in any newspaper, Wiley Miller talks to CBR News about Maine, "Non Sequitur," "Ordinary Basil" and being funny every day.
Ed Brubaker, Mike Carey, Peter David, Craig Kyle and Chris Yost join editors Axel Alonso and Nick Lowe to speak to CBR News in-depth about "Messiah CompleX," and reveal some ominous details.
Our look at the "Marvel Zombies" phenomenon continues today as we go in-depth with cover artist Arthur Suydam on his creative process, childhood zombie inspirations and original sketches.
Courtesy of Warner Bros, CBR brings you new images from this weekend's conclusion to the two-part "Legion of Super-Heroes" season premiere, "The Man from the Edge of Tomorrow."
In anticipation of their appearance at this weekend's West Hollywood Book Fair, CBR News sat down with the award winning Bill Willingham and James Jean to catch up on all things "Fables."
Sad tidings from Gotham City, Zack Snyder sends greetings and an alleged sneak peek inside the Hall of Justice, plus "Johnny Dynamite," "Hulk" and more.
As he closes out his first week shooting "Watchmen," director Zack Snyder has released a video greeting from the production up in Vancouver and we've got it for ya.
Creators Jim Valentino, Howard Wong and Sergio Carrera talk to CBR News about "After the Cape II," the sequel to Shadowline's hit, sold-out miniseries about a superhero who makes all the wrong choices.
Busier than ever, creator Matt Wagner goes in-depth about his new projects "Zorro" and "Madame Xanadu," the 25th anniversary of Grendel, and what exactly Hunter Rose is doing on MySpace.
In Part III of our look at the "Marvel Zombies" phenomenon, CBR News talks with artist Sean Phillips about the viscera-filled visuals of his and Robert Kirkman's new book, "Marvel Zombies 2."
The venerable "Prince Valiant" artist talks in-depth with CBR about his weekly newspaper strip, illustrating Michael Chabon and Robert E. Howard, adapting Jules Verne, and gives us an update on "The MonsterMen." Updated