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The 2005 Harvey Award Nominations have been announced with the awards ceremony to take place the night of June 11th. in New York City.
One of the world's most explosive directors talks giant robots, a spy could be flying into Westchester, there's not adamantium in Clark Kent's adopted bloodline after all, the "Sin City" visionary is coming to Cimmeria, Chloe interviews herself, there's a dogpile on Spidey and Man-Thing exposes itself to Brazil, all in today's news summary.
This June Will Pfeifer takes over as the new writer of "Catwoman," following the acclaimed run of Ed Brubaker, who left the book after signing with Marvel, but he's up for the challenge. CBR News got the word on the street from Pfeifer about what's in store for the guardian of Gotham's East End.
U.S. Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld and Marvel unveiled their comic in support of the U.S. Troops Thursday at the Pentagon with Spider-Man and Captain America on hand to lend support.
Speakeasy Comics has provided CBR News with a five page preview of their June debuting title "Wargod" by George T. Singley with artwork by Freddie E. Williams II.
Tony Stark may be losing his direction with a slowdown in production while we look closer at Kal-El's logo, wonder if Wolverine raised the Last Son of Krypton, look in at Nicolas Cage's Melbourne digs and try to remember this week's episode as we close out the week.
This summer Batman and the Scarecrow will have their first encounter on the silver screen in "Batman Begins." With that in mind DC has decided to reexamine the origin of the Scarecrow in "Year One: Batman/Scarecrow." CBR News spoke with series writer Bruce Jones about the project.
At a panel at last weekend's Pittsburgh Comicon, creators DeFalco, Buscema, Frenz, and Olliffe talked about the on again/off again history of Marvel's "Spider-Girl" and what the future holds for the title.
It looks like the long running legal battle between Stan Lee and Marvel Comics is finally over, with Lee paid $10 million in a settlement with the company.
There's talk about returning to Frank Miller's corrupt metropolis, and the Wachowskis are in Berlin talkin' 'bout a revolution. We track Nicolas Cage in Melbourne, take a better look at Gotham City, do a strange one-on-one with David Goyer and more in the week's penultimate look at links, lies and legends.
Amitai Sandy is a member of the comics group Dimona, a group of five Israeli comic creators who'll soon see their work offered in America. We spoke with Sandy who shared with us details about Dimona's offerings and what the Israeli comics market is like.
Warner Bros. has announced that the June 19th Nextel Cup NASCAR Race held in Michigan has been named the "Batman Begins 400" and two cars from the race will feature themes based on the feature film.
Both Marvel and DC are keeping them guessing down under, while three of today's items address bringing up baby superheroes. We've got Bryan Singer going digital, Nicolas Cage going for thrills, a Friend going nerdy, a "World's Finest" style team up and more in today's summary.
Peter David has announced that he'll be behind the writer's chair for the upcoming "Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man" with artist Mike Wieringo.
According to an article in USA Today, Marvel Comics has produced a specialty comic that'll be distributed to U.S. troops worldwide featuring a "New Avengers" story written by Brian Michael Bendis.
Continuing their string of recent sell-outs, DC Comics has announced that "Countdown" tie-in "Day of Vengeance" #1 has sold out and is headed back to press with a new cover by Walt Simonson.
Ben Grimm gets therapy after feeling closed in, and the pride of Cimmeria is mired in development hell. We've got the Bat expanding into every area of media while Robert Rodriguez makes plans for an unparalleled home theatre experience, all in today's look at links, legends and lies.
This July sees the latest adventures of CTU agent Jack Bauer hit comic shop shelves in "24: Midnight Sun." CBR News sat down with writers J.C. Vaughn and Mark L. Haynes for a security briefing on the one-shot.
On his Bad Signal mailing list this past weekend, Warren Ellis gave some updates on titles that will be a part of the upcoming Apparat 2 line of singles coming later this year.
Artists Tone Rodriguez, Nar & Mark Dos Santos created over 500 custom sketch cards each for the "Robots" and "Family Guy" trading card sets. They talk with Dan Wickline about creating all that original art for these series.
The word is out about the Bat, from magazines to the big screen, while Joe Quesada and Jimmy Palmiotti's anti-heroine cruises on to the scene, Tim Story talks about widespread destruction and Joss Whedon gets the keys to the invisible plane, all in the week's first news summary.
This may sees the release of "Hero Camp" from Image Comics, which treats fans to an all-ages adventure of growing up normal when everyone else is super. CBR News spoke with series writer Greg Thomspon about the book.
Take a gander at Johnny Blaze and the Last Son of Krypton, while getting some legal help from an indie strip gone big time, looking in on Gotham City, getting the inside info on Juggernaut and his pal coming to Westchester and looking at the history of genre entertainment on culture in the week's last news summary.
This July sees the release of "Night Mary," a new five-issue mini-series by frequent collaborators Kieron Dwyer and Rick Remender. Published by IDW, the series follows Mary Specter, a teenage girl who's cursed to live out the nightmares of others. Includes an extensive selection of preview images.
DC Comics has announced that the "Countdown" spin-off "Villains United" #1 has sold out and is being rushed back to press with a new cover by artist Dale Eaglesham.
PRESS RELEASE: Dark Horse Dominates Graphic Novel Sales Charts with "Star Wars" and "Sin City" Collections
PRESS RELEASE: Platinum Partners with European Comic Syndicate Hexagon Comics For Worldwide TV & Film Rights